felmas

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n o,m. enchantment, sorcery; a charm or spell: felbas .i. fel-fes .i. fes serb, O'Mulc. 509 . fealbhas .i. droich- fhios, O'Cl. fromadh felmais .i. fromadh na pisoc, Laws i 180.31 . fo bith ind [ḟ]elbais focartatar drúith C. for a chend Cuirc arna tisad hÉrind, Anecd. iii 62.21 . dogniat ... auptha ┐ felmasa ┐ fídlanna RC xii 428.7 . LB 258b82 . is tri fealmasa Media doronaid na huile so BB 415a33 . Móir- Rígan fat[h]a felbais `foundation of enchantments' Leb. Gab. i 158 = Morrígan fotla felbais LL 10b28 = M. flatha felbuiss (felmuis v.l.) `aus dem Reiche des Truges' ZCP xiv 176.7 . See elbas.

felmat

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x see felmad.

felsub

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x see fellsam.

felsube

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x see fellsaime.

felsuí

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n a sage, man of science: Anecd. ii 75.2 . Cf. file .i. fel-sai, sai fhoglama, amal ata felmac, Auraic. 3310 . Prob. a poetic invention, see 2 fel, and suí.

1 fem

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x see femm.

2 fem

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adj bare (?) : feama .i. loma, O'C. 1379 (< H 3.18, 628 ) Cf. fen [leg. fem ?] .i. lom, O'Dav. 832 . Prob. abstracted from forms of the vb. femaid, q.v.

femaid

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v ā bares, strips; used in follg. exx. of thrashing corn : condafema flesc, Laws iv 94.16 Comm. feama .i. loma, ut est ó ro feama fleasc, O'C. 1379 (< H 3.18, 628 ). miach d'eorna, ith o rofem flesc, O'Dav. 833 . o rofemadh flesc .i. iarna lomadh o fleisg 898 . Used of falling nuts: femait cna caille du chraíb 'the nuts in the wood fall from the branch', Ériu xxi 143 § 1 .

femder

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n f. (cf. femen and der) a young woman, a girl: femen ... .i. f.¤; femdeir didiu .i. ogh-ingen, Auraic. 606 ; 3088 . Perh. an invention.

fémdid

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x see éimdid and fo-émid.

feme

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n f. a girl, young woman: f.¤ Graece, uirgo Latine , Auraic. 606 . sgoth na fémi (.i. mac na mna), Hard. ii 294.2 (poem of 1566 in B. na f. by Seán mac Torna Uí Mhaoil Chonaire).