feimin ?

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ind `feimhin' gach lond, Met. Gl., Ff. 74 (corrected in one MS. to féine). Cf. femendae.

féin

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x see fadéin.

féindid

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x see fénnid.

feingc-bél

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adj. : forlethi na fear ... faenmharbh ina fuath- laigib faena feingcbela contorted (?) MR 316.15 . Cf. fengaid and frenc.

feirdris

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Forms: firdrisi

n wild rose, bramble: Rubus .i. in f.¤ RC ix 243 . feirrdhris (eirrdhris) `a dog-brier' P. O'C. g s. barr firdrisi , Ir. Texts v 6.16 .

féire

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n , f. (fíar) crookedness: feirius .i. fiar-ses .i. do fēri in chraind, Corm. Y 578 = di feri, Thr. Ir. Gl. 19 . Of hair waviness Aithd.D. 11.17 . (Fig.) obliquity, bias: léirtheist gan ḟéire, Ó Bruad. ii 156 .

feiretrom

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ind = eiletrum, q.v.: `fén' gach f.¤ , Met. Gl., Eg. 15 .

feirm

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n (Eng. loanword) in phr. do-beir ar fheirm lets to farm : agus do bhéra sé a fhíneamhain ar feirm do sgológaibh eile 'and will let out his vineyard unto other husbandmen', Éigse xiv 55 (Matthew 21.41) . agus tug sé do sgológaibh ar feirm í 'and let it out to husbandmen' , ib. (Matthew 21.33) .

feirm-

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x see ferm-.

feirnech

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see ? meirnech.

feirse

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x see firse.