1 fásaigthe

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adj (cf. -fásaig): scēl firén fiadhnach fasaigte ` pre- cedented ' (i.e. supported by tradition) CCath. 4501 .

2 fásaigthe

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Forms: fasigthe

(part. of fásaigid) made void, exhausted: fasigthe (gl. exhausta) Acr 7a3 .

fásamail

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adj i (2 fás) growing, having growth: aois ḟásamhail the growing age (from fourteen to twenty-five) Corp. Astron. 6.29 . neithe fásamhla things that grow 78.6 .

fasc, fásc

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Forms: foasc, faiscc, fasc

n o,m. foasc, Laws iv 106.9 (see Ériu ix 33 ).

(a) In Laws a notice, information (given out): cia doberadh a fasc iardain though she gave notice subsequently (of a rape) Laws v 274.15 . Esp. notice that distrained cattle are in a pound (see RC vii 25.8 . Ériu ix 33 ): tain, fasc, forus `driving, notice, and pound' Laws i 264z . fuadach, comde, forus, fasc ... 266.11 . nocu ructar a fascc till notice of it has been served 302.1 Comm . más inddetbirus fodera don fechemuin ... can fasc na hathgabala do breith 300 x Comm . ma [sic leg.] romeatha a fasc forsin fer cuibnighter `if the man who has impounded has failed to give notice' iv 106.11 . frithsrethar fasc frithslicht i 268.11 (cf. gurab fasc frithslicht 288.16 ). g s. do breth a faiscc ii 72.16 Comm . i nemmbreth in faiscc i 300z. Comm .

(b) transf. a pound for cattle: fasc .i. gobang, Lec. Gl. 351 . Stowe Gl. 369 . fasc `a fetter or shackle ... an enclosure ... for cattle, ... a jail or prison' P. O'C. a bha ... a chapaill ar f.¤ impounded Ó Bruad. i 84 . By extension, a covert, glade (?): fairge is f.¤ is feor- luibhe ` coverts ', Ó Bruad. iii 78 .

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fásc

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n o,m. a report, tidings, fame: otcualatar ... na sluaig ... fasc in coblaig Grecdai do tiachtain BB 428b1 . fuair fasc cecha fini in fer (: Másc) LL 162bz (`bei jeder Familie fand der Mann Ruhm' KM, Wortk. 203 ). cia oeinfer as fēile fāsc? (: cásc), Arch. iii 308.1 . fil indti fós, fochla in fásc, ... in crand ... fris rocrochad Críost, Arch. Hib. iv 205.5 . cethramad deac, deagda fasc | fris riaglaidtar in Mór-Chascc Ir. Texts i 52 § 6 .

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fáscud

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Forms: fásgadh

n u,m. (vn. of fáiscid) fásgadh IGT, Verbs § 71 . press- ing, squeezing, wringing: fascud a faisce, on grinde, Corm. Y 623 . gabesi ind crecht eitir a dí mer ┐ fecais for a fáscud, Mon. Tall. § 61 . go mbiodh [an iodh] ag fáscadh ar a bhrághaid, Keat. ii 3662 . fascadh na ngrápuigheadh grape-pressing Levit. xxvi 5 . fásgadh na sróna, Prov. xxx 32 . ar na ḟásgadh ris dó embracing him Acts xx 10 . fas- gadh seirce a loving embrace Parrth. Anma 396.17 . g s. go ham fáisce no [sic] ngrápuigheadh, Levit. xxvi 5 . Compressing, concentrating: do na leigheasaibh folmaighios na leanna ag fásgadh which purge the humours by compression O'Gr. Cat. 176.11 . do bhá fuil Eoghain ... sárḟuil Chuinn ... iar bhfascadh thriotsa `condensed in thee' Ó Bruad. i 56 . Fig. le haon-ḟásgadh n-uasal do thabhairt do[d] chroidhe by bracing up your courage MacAingil 159.7 .

Compd.: ba ferrda an fasccud-tarraincc dobert cach for araile dib `the grasping and dragging' CCath. 2949 .

fascaigid

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v (fasc) gives notice: co fascidter, Laws i 266.1 (.i. cindus berar a fasc 288.15 ).

fasguth?

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ind gairm fri f.¤ (prov. of a useless effort), Aisl. MC 125.20 . ed. in Gloss. compares fascud gotha Cellaig LB 274b56 , but the YBL text of this passage has: foscad a nErinn ( Caithr. Cellaig 527 ). Cf. fáscud, foscath and 1 fás (b).

fásrach

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n waste land, wilderness: in mons mothardhorca ┐ in fasrach fírdhomhuin, Betha MÉ 12 ( Ét. Celt. i 87 ).

fásta

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(vb. necess. of fásaid grows , see ásaid) as f.¤ IGT, Verbs § 123 .

fastad

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x see astud, fastód and fostad.