fastad

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x see astud, fastód and fostad.

fastaid

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x see ad-suidi and fostaid.

fastód

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n (a development of fastud < astud, q.v., see also fostad).

I

(a) holding back, detaining, retaining: aga ḟastog detaining him Anecd. i 16.19 (= oca thofund LU 4375 ). nodaerfa sind ... i cinaid gan bhar fastogh for not having kept you back BB 18a28 . ṅi léigfiom úainn gan fasdúdh ... an sdúaigh, Ériu ix 164 § 17 . nior fhulang ... do chorp ar éigin d'fhosdúdh, Dán Dé xv 29 . ar n-a chlos ... do Bh. gur ḟágaibh rí L. an longphort ... cuiris giolla grádha ... da ḟastódh go dtugadh féin tuarastal is tabhartus do, Keat. iii 4233 . mar angcaire agá fhastódh, TSh. 9505 .

(b) retaining, keeping (in service); engaging, hiring: fostadhfas- tódh na bhfileadh, Keat. iii 1453 (corresp. to: astud na filed LU 316 ). triallaid ... i gConnachtaibh mar a bhfuaradar fáilte is fastódh `were taken into service' Keat. ii 3008 (= fostadh IT ii2149 ). is ferr [in] fastó gérr tend ná fastó mall `a short decisive engagement is better than a long- drawn one' O'Gr. Cat. 119.6 . cf. Brian ... do gabail righi nO. ┐ cleamhnus ┐ caradragh d'fas dó [leg. d'ḟasdódh dó?] ar Somairligh AU 1365 (= cleamhnus do denam do re S., Ann. Conn. ALC. c. d'forailemh do ar S., FM).

(c) Med. retention, constipation: fostog na fola, Ros. Angl. 218.19 ; 292.5 . Reg. Sláinte 2459 .

II In concrete use canine tooth (see fíacail): clairfiacail le ndentur gerradh ... et cainine re n-abur fostogh YBL 343b20 . tucastar an onchú fabach [sic leg.] fuac[h]da d'á fastoigib ar F. `with her teeth' Celt. Rev. iv 116.18 .

fastóthach

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adj o-ā that which retains, binds, astringent: nach dū dō beith gu fasdoitheach acht a beith lacach (of food) 23 P 10³, 69a28 . anbainni na brighe fasdothaigh ib. 20b18 . brigh fasdochach, MacKinnon Cat. 21.9 .

See fostadach

fastugad

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x see fostugad.

fastuím

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n f. (Engl. pastime) sport, pastime, merry-making: fastaoim ríghthe is míleadh, Ó Bruad. i 38 . ag fastaeim, ag āiness ┐ ag aoipness, Fl. Earls 58.4 . ni faicfidhear mē ... ag fastaím ná ag marcaigheacht, Hackett xxvi 18 (fasduim v.l.).

fásugud

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n u,m. (vn. of fásaigid)

(a) emptying, making void: ba hé a fassugud a nebchomalnad (gl. ad evacuandam pro- missionem) Wb 19c4 .

(b) desolating, laying waste: fásu- ghadh Muighe B. la Saxoibh etir ecclais ┐ tuaith FM 683 . Aed O. do ḟasucchadh Midhe gurbho riarach dhó 793 . tarthomar ... puirt oirechais d'fásughad `we have lived to see ... the tribal convention places emptied' O'Gr. Cat. 374.26 .

fátal

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n m. (n. ?) (<Lat. fātāle ? KM, Wortk. 119 ) fate, lot (?): ba trúag a fātal cin bríg | co mbātar fiad inn airrig SR 3563 . sochla fatal (: mbátar), Snedgus and MacR. § 20 (chev.). dá mbátar na ríg rádim | fri fátal fír adfédim LL 21a15 .

1 fath , fáth

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Forms: fathuáime

n a covering, garment (?): f.¤ i étach ut est: ni lenat foidhlenna fatha, O'Dav. 855 = faidhe Laws iv 384.29 (with gl.: .i. nocha lenadh a snaithedh donahib lennaib, o bentar did iad). faith .i. édach, O'Cl. crothus a f.¤ `shook her raiment' RC xi 130.19 . ? ata sund ... heo find foda f.¤ fo neim, Auraic. 5142 (` garment, covering, shelter ' Vocab.). Compds.: ¤gér (?): as alleg. npr. f. Fathger (Faithgér v.l.) ingen Fighige, Anecd. ii 56.4 . ¤úaimm hem of a gar- ment ; 'garment-stitching' ZCP xxxi 57 (Addendum) : ar ḟathúaim an róba fa gcúairt, Exod. xxviii 34 . g s. fa gcuáirt na fathuáime ib. 33 . Cf. fathi.

2 fath

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ind .i. urnaide, Stowe Gl. 377 .

3 fath

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n heat (?): f.¤ tes ┐ fath (fat v.l.) anál heat...breath Met. Gl., Ff. 68 . faith .i. teas, O'Cl.