? fechaid

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Forms: fechait

v 3 pl. pres. fechait oblaind .i. fichfitir co maith na hí oidba as alaind la nech, Rawl. 110a47 = RC xxvi 34 `fruit-trees flourish (?)' ( LL 188a27 ), cf. RC xxvi n. p. 58 . The word oblaind is glossed in LL: .i. ablanna ┐ corp Crist (i.e. sacramental wafers), but in the margin by: abla ubla.

féchaid

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x see fégaid.

féchain

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x see fégain.

fechair

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x see feochair.

féchem

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Forms: fechem, fecheman, feichemon, fechemain, fechemain, feicheamna, fecheman, feitheamh, ḟeithemuin, bféitheamhnuibh, -an

n (cf. fíach) n,m., later also as o-stem ( PH 4332 , Keat.), n s. fechem Wb 32a21 . Ml 130d13 . g s. fecheman, Laws i 194.21 . feichemon, Bürgschaft § 51b . d s. fechemain. Ml 36a29 . n p. fechemain 45b10 , 134b1 . feicheamna, Laws iv 60.10 . g p. inna fecheman . Ml 127b1 . n s. feitheamh (féicheamh v.l.), IGT, Decl. § 51 ; a s. mur ḟeithemuin (ḟéicheamhuin v.l.) ex. 1315 . d p. dar bféitheamhnuibh , Matt. vi 12 . one who possesses claims on or is under claims or obligations to another, hence a claimant, creditor or debtor (" Fēichem von fiach `Schuld' bezeichnet sowohl den Gläubiger als den Schuldner, der Dual (oder Plural) beide," Thurneysen, Bürgschaft 15 ; `can mean either of the parties to an obligation, creditor as well as debtor,' Binchy, Críth G. p. 88 ): aitire ... .i. iter da ḟéchemuin (i.e. between a claimant and the person on whom he has claims) Cormac Y 71 . Cid ara n-eper feichem? ... arindi dliges no dligther di (leg. de); ar is feichem cechtar hi (leg. n-aí), Bürgschaft § 49 . In Laws used variously to denote plaintiff, defendant ; in the Comm. the sense is somet. determined by a following gen. e.g. f.¤ toicheda plaintiff, claimant Laws iii 512.3.25 ; iv 36.22 ; 258.31 . aithgin nama dfetham toithid[a] O'C. 2701 (< Eg. 88, 59) .

(a) one who is under obligations, a debtor: it bibdid nō it fechemain (gl. obnoxii) Ml 45b10 . fechem (gl. obnoxius) 130d13 . fechemain .i. bibdaid són (gl. obnoxii) 134b1 . at fechem dam (gl. mihi debes) Wb 32a21 . Cf. is fech 19d4 , where Ascoli cccxvi reads: is fech[em], understanding obnoxius as implied after a patre of text. amal ḟeichem ṅguach (quasi tergiver- sator) PH 4843 . na bochta ┐ na féchemain daidbre, 458 . amal logmait-ne diar ḟéchemnaib = debitoribus nostris 7826 . is fo chen aged ḟecheman welcome is a debtor's face LL 122a44 ( RC iii 184.15 ). fuireach feic[h]eamhain [leg. -an] dá ndligeann duir-bidba derb-ḟiacha `the waiting of a debtor who owes a bitter enemy just debts' MR 262.21 . an tan do- ní duine oile cúitiughadh ar son an fhéichimh ris an éiligh- theóir bí an féicheamh saor óna fhiachaibh, TSh. 4346 . Cf. ...slanadh feibh fechemhan, Ériu xiii 29.21 .

(b) a claimant, creditor: gl. creditor Ml 127b1 . ní asriad do feichemain ro dligestar ní do anything to pay to a creditor, who had a claim upon him 36a29 . is feichem dogoa `it is the suitor who chooses' Laws v 390.10 . comaittreb ... ina ndrochḟéichem nach logait nach ni dia fiachaib evil creditors PH 4332 . mairg darab féicheamh fear gaoil `the man to whom a relative is creditor' Content. xx 1 . Possibly also: eochair feichim ferann (i.e. land invests its proprietor with claims ?) ZCP vi 270.16 .

(c) This is properly a distinct word 2 fethem (feth-) n m. ( Celtica xi 18-20 ) a law-agent; an advocate (see Thurn., Cóic Conara Fugill 71 ; 82 ); common also in a non-legal and fig. sense. Here perhaps: gidh féchemh má firen bidh brethemh do chach ina chennadhaig chrích, Ériu xii 34.11 . fethem [sic leg.] fo mia[d] feicheman `the law-agent [provided by the defendant] must be according to the rank of the law-agent [provided by the plaintiff]' Laws i 266.8 . fo mia in fetheman bis ag agra 294.11 Comm . don fetham tobaig, O'C. 2701 (< Eg. 88, 59) . do feichem tobaig, ib . i ndul i fiacha in fethaman tobaig, ib. fer suilbhir ... ┐ féthium fírglicc a skilful pleader CCath. 533 . See also Cóic Conara p. 27 , cited under féchemnas. toghmaid é (sc. Míchéal) mar ḟéicheamhain ` defender ' Dán Dé xiv 7 (< YBL 371a35 ). féchem coitchenn (`a general advocate ' Stokes, RC xviii 79 , or a general creditor, one who lays the community under obligations ?), freq. expression in annals, variously trans- lated ` benefactor', `protector', `guarantor', and `patron:' sai bhruinnti ┐ feichemh coitchenn don ciniud dhaenna AU 1274 . feichem coitcenn im biadh ┐ im ellach 1307 ; 1365 . feichem coitcenn Iarthair na hEorpa 1281 (= Ann. Conn.). feichemh coitchenn mna do dāmaibh Ērenn hī 1404 . feichium (feichemh) coitchenn 1333 ; 1356 (= feichem coitchend do chliaraib Erenn, Ann. Conn. 1356 § 16 ) fei- chemh coitchenn do thruaghaibh ┐ do thrénaibh FM v 1542.2 (cf. feic[h]emhnus coitchend AU 1443 ). Cf. further; feithemh na fírinne (of Christ), ZCP viii 199.23 ; 'guardian of truth' Celtica xi 21 .

féchemanda

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adj io-iā (féchem) ready or bold in vindicating one's claims (?); skilful in advocacy or debate (?): fer gaeth ... foill fecemannta (of Ulysses) BB 427b39 . faitech fecheam- anta ib. 3 . is amnus fichda feigbriathrach feichemanda (of a satirist), Hib. Min. 65.9 . mac righ deigh-ḟeicheamanta Deasmuman ` good-protecting ' MR 278.17 . fāth foillsighthi na focal feicheamanta fileadh 90.6 . imreasoin ḟechemhanta `contentious strife' ITS v 36.9 . Fergus féichemanta follas- bhrethach, Misc. Hagiogr. Hib. 110.6 . ro bennaighedh léo go cobsaidh ceill-feichemhanta 110.20 .

féchemnas

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Forms: féicheamhnas, -ais, -asa

n u, o, m. (féchem). féicheamhnas (féitheamhnas v.l.), g s. n p. -ais, -asa IGT, Decl. § 38 . Some examples below probably belong to fethemnas indebtedness Celtica xi 21 n. 16 , GEIL 57 . (Laws, Gloss.): fechemnas (with gl.: .i. lucht tagartha. nó oificc na bhfeithemhan), Triads 170 . a filidecht, a fechemnus, Ériu iv 148.15 . ic feichemnus im a caingin, Laws v 100.26 Comm. log a feichemnusa no a breithemnuis 212.20 Comm . intí nach cuimgech fuighill fethemnuis tar a cenn unable to advocate his suit (?) Laws i 296.19 Comm. ra(i)th fechemnes[a], v 340.17 . raith gabhus rathachus ┐ feichemnus urri; sech is raith is feichemh, codogeibh uile dib linaib 'a surety who undertakes both suretyship and indebtedness; he is alike surety and debtor, he combines both of them', Celtica xi 21 n. 16 . conā fuiglidis fiacha na feithemnasa na coicearta cosin feis n-aili debts or pleading or adjustments BR 6.19 . fechem- nus féig (one of the tokens of good pleading), Tec. Corm. p. 55 § 22 . maithim daoibh ... cairde i n-uair an fheitheamh- nuis, Cl. AB 162.12 . budh forderg ... na fuighle feichemnuis dogen-sa friu `the debtor's speech' Fianaig. 84.20 . tarrla frithrusc feicheamnuis ┐ fergi eturro `mutual recrimination' 56.12 . ni feidm flatha ... aiscc feicheamnais do thabairt ar mac deighfhir `to cast reflections on' MR 284.15 . Pro- tection, patronage: adbur righ ... ar feicemhnus coitchend do dāmhaibh Erenn AU 1443 .

fechine

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féchsain

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n f. (late vn. fr. fég- féch- `behold') gazing at, beholding: rogabh ic fechsin na Rómha uadha, CCath. 1492 (descain, decsain v.l.). tic cach dia ḟechsain ZCP viii 560.34 . ar ḟéagsain (ḟéchsoin v.l.) on consideration TD 21.9 . g s. nimh th'ḟéachsana the venom of thy glance Dánta Gr.² 61.19 .

See fégsain, déchsain.

féchsanach

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adj o-ā beholding, watchful: bīd co f.¤ muighi keep a look-out on the plain Acall. 600 . beith ... fechsanach eglach circumspect Instructio 201.11 .