felchaid

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fealchaidh 'guileful, deceitful' P. O'C. fealchaidhe 'a knave' ib. cf. bud fealchaide slicht na saoidhedh, Laud 615 p. 139 .

fele, féle

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n poetry, science; a poet: féle .i. écsi no éceis, Thr. Ir. Gl. 20 = fele .i. ecess, Corm. Y 599 . O'Dav. 877 (ecas). file .i. f.¤ ai, Auraic. 3308 . Perhaps an invention, cf. 2 fel.

féle

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Forms: féle, féle

n ,f. (2 fíal).

(a) modesty, sense of decorum or propriety ; in Corm. Y 983 distinguished as an inherent quality from `náire' = transitory emotion : nāre ... .i. in ruidiud tic isin gruaid ... fēile immorro ainm don einech bunaid; derived fr. Lat. velare, ib. 626 . fēle .i. a velo [sic leg.] .i. amal doeim in fial sic ind fēile, O'Mulc. 508 : n s. féle (gl. honestas) Sg 26a13 . (gl. pudicitia) 50b21 . féile et genas Wb 28b11 . g s. féle (gl. verecundiae) Ml 15a14 . a tlás, a fos, a féile (characteristics of a good woman) ZCP viii 112.27 . adbath in ingen do feli ┐ do nairi (when she had been lam- pooned) RC xxiv 278 § 15 . rohéige in ben ... roscar fri féle firthind SR 3216 (of the wife of Potiphar). ferad cach a neimele ... fri ar Coimdid co ṅgelḟéle 8075 . fēili is bochta co mbāine (: léire) ZCP vi 264 § 9 . cedmuintera fialadh (= fiala) na tiagat co cele atarruch. ite mna annsin conoat a fele, O'C. 848 (< H 3.18, 385b ). cethri srotha déc éicsi ... .i. fele ┐ innruccus, etc. LL 30d31 ; cf. feile dano indracus nosditne an file, Auraic. 3309 . romaid cnómaidm da cride ... ar ḟéile ┐ náre TBC 4583 = atbail ar [a] ḟeili sin from the shame of it TBC² 2928 . follogod féile ` forgetfulness of honour ' CRR 38 .

(b) that which causes shame, nakedness, pudenda: ar scath a féile ... tucsat duilli na fiche SR 1359 . in ben dia claite derc ... co ticeth dar a feili (i.e. up to her waist) Cáin Ad. § 2 . ar n[á] aictís féli a n-athar (of sons of Noah) LU 118 . conḟacca a feli uli LB 242b53 . ní chuingem édaige...do dín ar ḟéli Alex. 889 . Cf. Ériu vii 142.33 ; 144.31 .

(c) generosity, liberality: dechenbor dó for féile fledaib 'ten at feasts of hospitality', UR 104 § 5 . fiannus, feile, forsinge, Ériu viii 68.33 . tech Meic ind Óc... | rígda fót fri féle find LU 4126 = Met. Dinds. ii 10 . fuilted féle `increase of hospitality' Thes. ii 295.2 ( SP v 1 ). tossach féli forsinge LL 345b25 . Anecd. iii 16 . tealach feile, Ériu ii 186.18 . ZCP viii 102 (teallach). nochar taisced peinginn ... | do chisti ag C. | acht a bronnud da gach neoch | ar ḟēile ┐ ar enech ZCP vii 304 § 15 . fecht féle, see fecht I (a). firt féli `a miracle of generosity' RC viii 48.20 . do riachtatar a da rosc don ríg ar firt feile, Dinds. 64 . tria firta na feile, Ériu ii 186.19 = tria firt fele ZCP viii 102x . Eochaid na fert féile, Met. Dinds. iii 344.85 . Coirpre ... cenn féli Laighen FM ii 686.3 . féile (opp. to sainnt `covetousness' and defined as: fonn deaghordaighthe neith do thabhairt uaid generosity tem- pered by judgment) Parrth. Anma 240.11 = Luc. Fid. 154.9 . Personified : fuair an ḟéile léan 'na dheoidh sin, Feiritéir 235 .

In concrete sense, a generous bestowal: lasin féli daroni in rí .i. a oenṡúil do thabairt do chind a enig RC viii 48.20 .

1 feles

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Forms: felis, feles, felis, feiles, feleas, feilís

n a quadrisyllable, also a line of four syllables: files .i. ainm an cethrama[d] deich, Corm. Y 447 = felis, Thr. Ir. Gl. 16 . feles, Auraic. 1954 . felis 1214 . feiles 4474 . feleas 1421 . dechnad cumaisc dano, dá bricht ┐ da feles andside; acht ní a n-oenbaili bíti a brechta ┐ a felesa ann do grés IT iii 8 § 9 . feles i medon ┐ feles fo deoid 9.4 . da felis 25.24 . feilís ib. z .

2 feles

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n m. vanity, futility, uselessness: feilios .i. diomhaoineas ... cib fors mbean a bheim ... | dósamh as feilios finnén a shield is of no use to him O'Cl. is espa (.i. is f.¤) LU 4630 = TBC² 169 . f.¤ .i. fellas for les, O'Dav. 897 . ní taebh fri fann nā f.¤ , Lism.L. 3467 . cen goí n-úabair cen f.¤ , Ériu iii 96.3 . caithi in feiles fognithea ria sunn ? (vanitas) Aisl. Tund. 95.15 .

1 felesach

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adj o-ā (1 feles) quadrisyllabic , in compds. : dechnad ṁbrechtḟelesach IT iii 9 § 10 . lancuibdi dechnada bricht- felesaig ib.

2 felesach

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adj o-ā (2 feles) idle, frivolous (?) : nā bi fuillmech f.¤ , O'Dav. 897 .

felestina

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pn (<Lat. Philistina) a Philistine: Góla F.¤ , PH 4901 . o Felestinib 1623 . Cf. filistín, —da.

félire

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Forms: feilere, félire, felire, félire

n io,m. (1 féil) a calendar, almanac: feilere (gl. com- putus annalis) Thes. ii 34.31 . félire (gl. codice, of an almanac) 16.39 ( Bcr 32a1 ) = felire Thes. ii 35.31 . Esp. a calendar of religious festivals, a martyrology: in titles : Feilire na náomh, Feilire i Ghormáin, O'Cl. Pref. ( RC iv 354 ). f.¤ fírchert, Fél. Ep. 156 . ní foigbe ... f.¤ bas certu 148 . a p. (?) rotúrsem ... félire fer nGoídel 144 . Félire ro scrútus i céin ┐ acus 109 .

felistín

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pn see Filistín, etc.

1 fell

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Forms: fiull, fiull, fell, fell, fell, fhill, fill, ḟill, fell, feall, ḟeill, fill, bhfeill, fill, feill, feille, feille, feille, fill, feil—, feilbhearta, feilghníomha, feloig

n o,m. and ā,f. masc. d s. a fiull AU iii 348 . i fiull FM iii 6y . iar fell RC xviii 154.8 . a fell xvii 403.3 . a s. cen fell LL 110b27 ; 34a54 . g s. in fhill , Fianaig. 72.3 . fill RC xvii 285.26 . an ḟill , Hackett xlii 11 . g p. fell, Met. Dinds. iv 90 . fem. feall f. IGT Decl. § 39 . d s. do ḟeill LB 38a46 . PH 4192 . i fill ZCP viii 119x . i bhfeill , Keat. ii 4158 . a s. fill, Rawl. 165a55 (: fīrgrinn). 156b22 (: Ailill). feill IGT, Decl. ex. 1102 . g s. na feille (filli v.l.) IGT, Decl. ex. 1068 (: fírinde). feille AU iii 442 . na feille Keat ii 4062 .

(a) deceit, treachery: f.¤ a verbo fello (= fallo ?) Corm. Y 634 . Equated with comhchogar conspiracy clúain, mealltóireacht, Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 143 , 354 ). do ḟeill ┐ fingail PH 4192 . lucht in chogair ┐ in ḟill, Fianaig. 72.3 . cech olc ... itir ḟell ┐ duinebad LB 132a1 . oc Síd Buidb ná fóelsad fill who would not endure treachery Met. Dinds. iii 272.39 . Guaire na faemad fill, Rawl. 165a55 . is fírdlighed deit ní fell IT iii 45 § 66 . cuach d'argut ... cen ḟell ` un- alloyed ' Ériu iv 102 § 43 . do himreadh ort feall, Hackett xlii 5 . With prep. FOR (AR), esp. in phrase do-gní f.¤ for betrays: dia mbad bés damsa f.¤ for echlacha to practise treachery towards couriers TBC 147 . iar f.¤ dona Tuathaib fair after being betrayed by the T. RC xviii 154.8 . feall la D.. for M ... go romarbh ina airiucht AU 1026 . ni dechaidh a hairi-si fri feall furri do A. she did not perceive that A. was deceiving her Aen. 788 . ag feall ar Finn do Chormac betraying F. to C. CF 64 . feall ar a einech (i.e. betraying one who is under his protection) Laws v 368.8 . munbad fell ar einech damsa drai ... do dichennad MR 190.8 . feall ar eineach `a breach of hospitality' ITS v 74.28 . feall ar abhaill na haithne to steal from the forbidden tree Dán Dé xxi 17 . ro smuain feall ... do denam air, Fianaig. 70.5 . Iarla L. ... do marbadh ar ndenum feille da muinntir fein air AU ii 442 . go ndear- nadar Clann Ch. feall ar Íoth, Keat. ii 1185 . i fi(u)ll (fell) treacherously: Tadg ... do marbadh do mac A. a fell RC xvii 403.3 (Tig.). T. ... do marbadh la E. ... a fill xviii 285.10 . romarbadh m'athair a fell ZCP vi 277.32 . Donn Sleibe do marbadh ... i fill AU 1227 . a marbadh le M. ... i feall 1310 . captin F. ... do marbhadh i ffiull la a muintir fein FM vi 1986 . As quasi-vn.: ar fellad (v.l. fiull) d'A. fair, Cog. 46y (47 n. 19) . g s. as attrib. : cen utmaille fill `shifty treachery' Met. Dinds. iii 270y . crech fill `a treacherous raid' RC xviii 285.26 (Tig.). nipo fócrach fagla fill `it shall not be with proclamation of a treacherous foray' Ériu vii 219 § 2 . fobairt felli, Ann. Conn. 1291 § 7 .

(b) renders homicidium Stapleton's Catechismus p. 82 . Compds. (usually fel—, feil—) : ¤bert a treacherous action, treachery: fer na fillberte BNnÉ 161.26 . i ndíoghail na feilbheirte dorinneadar ar Íoth, Keat. ii 1190 . pl. feilbhearta gráin- eamhla, TSh. 5383 . i ndíol na bhfeillbheart do-rinnis ar mh'athair 9109 . ¤bráge : a pledge given in false homage: felbraighde `deceptive pledges' AU ii 374 . ALC 1291 = felbraigti, Ann. Conn. 1291 § 4 . ¤breth treacherous award: fa ḟeilbhreathaibh eachtrann `treacherous enactments' TD 18.3 . ¤cherdach having (using) treacherous arts; wily: trētūrach ... feilcerdach ZCP vi 91.3 . ¤chrúaid treacherously stern: Sillan flaith nach felcruaid `evil and cruel' Gorm. Oct. 21 . ¤fer traitor: ni f., Gorm. July 29 . ¤gním a treacherous deed; abomination: pl. feilghníomha deanachta cathrach Ierusalem, TSh. 704 ( Ezech. ix 4 ). lucht furáilmhe feilgniomh FM v 1850 . dīden cōra, cosg feilgnīomh ZCP ii 350.8 . ¤óclach : foirbhḟir ┐ feall-oglaoich `aged men and recruits' (sham soldiers, shirkers ?) Todd Lect. iv 102.15 ¤óg false virgin: Scoth, Femmor nit feloig (∴ onōir), Gorm. Jan. 18 , where the masc. n p. may be metri gr. ¤rád decep- tive speech: in chev. : ni fellrād (: sengbān) BB 52b36 .