? fellmida

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adj mac f.¤ fir-ugdarta Fedlimid `the good and learned son' MR 126.17 .

fellsaime

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Forms: fellsube

n f (fellsam) philosophy: fellsube Wb 30b11 . ingach uile eladhain ... eter ... ḟisigecht ┐ fellsaime AU iii 430.2 ; 632z .

fellsam

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Forms: felsub, felsub, feall- samh, —aimh, —amhan, feallsamh- naibh, fellsam, fellsamh, [ḟ]ellsaib, fellsam

n o,m. (<Lat. philosophus) n s. felsub, Wb 26d26 . g p. felsub 27a10 ; later also n-stem (chiefly in pl.). feall- samh, g s. —aimh, —amhan IGT, Decl. § 51 . d p. feallsamh- naibh, TSh. 248 . A philosopher: Wb 27a10 . rop foglainn- tid, rop ḟelsam SR 2702 . fellsam PH 7796 . Maund. 24 . fellsamh (gl. philosophus) Auraic. 670 . fellsum eolais ┐ inntliuchta AU 1287 (= feallsamh toghaidhe FM. felsom feso ┐ eoluis ┐ indlechta ┐ clercechta, Ann. Conn.). pl. ind [ḟ]ellsaib , Alex. 970 . Cf. issi vero ind fellsuba BB 499a33 ( IT ii2106 ). thugadar a bhfilidhe ┐ a bhfalsamhna chuca ITS i 74y . na feallsamain nadurdha, MacKinnon Cat. 28.11 . sechim na fellsam following (imitation of) the phil- osophers Fél. 2.16 . do rer na fellsam, Laws i 26.11 . do réir ghnáthfhocail na bhfeallsamh, TSh. 2513 . in duine dianad sloind ic na felsamaib domun becc PH 4606 . morán d'fellsamhnuib, Maund. 204 . In translations from mediaeval Lat. the term fellsam (feallsam) is often used alone for Aristotle , see Mackinnon Cat. 9.15 ; 30.39 .

fellsamanda

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adj io-iā philosophic, wise: fuigli f.¤ filed MR 194.2 .

fellsamdacht

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n ā,f. philosophy: g s. ascnam ind ecna ┐ na fellsamdachta, Alex. 807 (= fellamdachta, Anecd. v 1 ). in suí feallsomhdhachta, TFrag. 210.9 .

fellsamlacht

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x see fellsamnacht.

fellsamnacht

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Forms: feallsamnachta, feallsamhnachd, fellam- dachta

n ā,f. philosophy, science: nach f.¤ in Gaedhealg? Auraic. 57 . dlegar don filid feallsamnacht aigi 3307 . g s. do uilideataid na feallsamnachta eter gramadaigh ┐ dileach- taigh ┐ rim 51 . feallsamhnachd, Coloss. ii 8 . The follg. seem variants of the same word : cach fellsamhantacht imar dhail .... Dia a forus a ḟír-eolais MR 94.7 . foglainti bescnaid ┐ fellsamlachta BB 497b39 ( IT ii2 105.17 ) = fellam- dachta, Anecd. v 1 .

felltach

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Forms: feltaig

adj o-ā (fellaid) treacherous: ridiri fallsa fir-ḟ.¤ ZCP vi 54.27 . tir fealltach finghalach, Aen. 83 . don drochcenel ḟeltach 2472 . a báss co f.¤ RC xviii 161.21 (Tig.). pl. nit feltaig airechta in lucht sain CRR 18 . n an fealltach the murderer Job xxiv 14 .

felm

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Forms: feilm

[n ā,f. ?] a fence: d s. cuaille feda i feilm argait a wooden stake in a silver paling Corm. Y 1018 s.v. orc trēith = i felaim n-a. LB = hi felaim a., Bodl. cualli feda i feilm n-airgit, Ériu xi 48 ( O'Gr. Cat. 145.26 = i foillim n-a., O'Don. 953 ), where the phrase is applied to an illeg- itimate son acquiring property in his mother's tribe, and is glossed : ... in cuailli feda i fighi in airgit. Cf. the para- phrase : is cuaille feada i n-airbe airgit, O'Don. 956 . rofoe- nad felm thuile a bulwark against the flood has been over- thrown (?) Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 25 = IT iii 38 . See also felmae.

felmac

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Forms: feilmic

n o,m. g s. feilmic, Laws iv 236.15 . A pupil, student, apprentice to an art or craft, esp. a bardic pupil; in Laws also a pupil of the 7th grade of Latin learning , one who had learnt to read the psalms in Lat., see Laws iv 356.23 Comm. , cited below. felmac .i. mac uad son of poetry Corm. Y 599 . f.¤ .i. mac sesa ┐ mac uadh, O'Dav. 880 . f.¤ ... .i. mac foghlamae, O'Mulc. 512 . fealmhac .i. mac foglama, O'Cl. RC xxvi 14 § 3 ; 15 n. 3 . is urocraig gach fuidir ... cach f.¤ i n-aimsir daīre do fithidir, Laws ii 288.6 (with gl. : cach mac bis ag fogluim eolusa ib. 26 ). fithithair fria fealmac (one of the eight `lánamna' or social connexions recognised by law) 344.4 . fealmac .i. fuilmac mic iar lei- ghind a salm iv 356.23 Comm . conā urērset felmaic a fithithre `pupils will not rise up before their teachers' RC xxvi 42.15 (with gl. : na descipuil nó na mic foglaimme, 43 n. 7 ). ol a ḟ.¤ fria hAthairne, Ériu xiii 18.32 . fodhbh gach fealmhac fileadh 20.26 . iarmifoacht araile dia ḟel- macaib do suidiu (pupils of the druid Cathbad) TBC² 549 = felmaccaim LU. cāidh Dia dinicfa co felmacaib `who will come to us with disciples' O'Dav. 573 . am fealmac-sa do Thadhg, Content. xxii 23 . port congmala tighe n-aoidhedh ... do ḟealmacaibh foghlama scholars, literati FM v 1606.6 . fromadh féalmhac [félmhach v.l.] is aos gráidh, Ó Bruad. ii 102 . do bhí tri chaoga fialmhac ag focchlaim eigsi ... ag D., Ériu iv 51 § 10 (early 17th cent. MS.). Used apparently of the pupils of a smith : dia festad in goba ┐ ni fetatar na feilmic (of accidents caused by imperfect tools), O'C. 929 (< H 3.18, 406 ).

felmacach

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adj o-ā (felmac) having pupils (?) : a ffithire forcthe fealmacacha, Hugh Roe 162.13 (f. 43b) .