fennta

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Forms: ḟeannta

(pp. of fennaid) flayed, stripped : cf. lethe fir fenta LL 14b11 = ḟeannta BB 42a24 .

fénscor

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Forms: féanscor

n a panic, stampede (?) : roléicthea na graige fo scoraib fer ṅHerenn co ndechatar i fenscor [uaidib add. v.l.], Bórama 110 . aos fanncraidec no curfedh for faenscur ind miceol rochansatt RC xiii 6.8 . dul ar féanscor is ar foluamh- ain, Keat. iii 4473 . féanscor ` dread, terror, flight, rout ' P.O'C. (quoting Keat.). Cf. fenfad.

feo

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adj. (cf. W. gwiw, Ped. i 74. 252 ) withered: etir sunn is tall | a clann ní rab f.¤ (: gleo) may his posterity never decay Anecd. ii 33.4 . luadit maig is feda f.¤, uair isit bí (: gleo) the plains and leafless trees are moving, because they are alive LL 265a29 (= MU² 432 . Of an advancing army in winter-time, mistaken by the person addressed for a forest). See feód and feochos.

feochad

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x see feód-.

feochaine

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n ,f. (fiach) ravens (coll.) ; a flock of birds: feoch- uine (nó fiaich marg.) Herenn LL 122a32 ( RC iii 183.27 ). co n-acamar ... in feóchúni mair uasund túas LU 9247 = in fechuine mar, Anecd. iii 49 . eochain de il-énaib ilerda TBC 5047 (fechine St, H). 5068 .

feochair

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Forms: fechair, feuchair, feuchuir, feochrae, feochar, feocru

adj i (O. Ir. feuchair) rarely fechair, stern, severe ; later fierce, indomitable, wild (gen. but not invariably in unfavourable sense) : feuchair (gl. severus) Ml 27a19 . feuchuir (gl. severus) 23d24 . huan todail feuchuir (gl. fero haustu) 134b4 . fergach nó feochur (fechuir v.l. ; gl. on `acher' Hy v 9 ). Of persons : rí feóchair (= ferox) Lat. L. 63 . rí fechoir gentlidi ib. 2 . slog ... fergach f.¤ PH 8103 . fer blaith cennais ... f.¤ laind ` vigorous ' (of St. Bartholomew) 1975 . file fechair ` stern ' Met. Dinds. iii 56 . Ipamedon f.¤ fergach, TTebe 2726 (= ferus, Theb. vii 430 ). fianna feochra TBC 5683 . féinnidh fiuchair, Ó Bruad. ii 180 . Of animals : fael f.¤ SR 4816 . ba f.¤ ... féig in beist ... cia chruth fogebad conair d'admilliud A. 1129 . ech f.¤ LU 8631 ( FB 47 ). nuallān fuinche feochrae (g s f. ?) Arch. iii 310 § 9 . anmanna feochra wild beasts CCath. 4320 . Of things, etc.: is f.¤ in frecra ` savage ' BDD 63 . cath fulech ... f.¤ , Cog. 110.11 . fogartha feochrai SR 48 (feoch- raib MS. metri gratiâ). In chev. : f.¤ glóir SR 5443 . (as neut. subst. ?) feochar ṅgal, Met. Dinds. iii 258.29 . f.¤ ngoile ITS v 40.10 . Compar. : ní fairgēba-su ... leō bus feochra TBC² 351 = feocru LU. airdri ... as feochru cach ndracoin, Ériu ii 98.4 . Compd. : feochair-galach ML 134.15 .

feochos

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Forms: feocus

adj of a tree, having a withered or shrivelled trunk (i.e. bark ?) : feocos foltchain in beithi (kenning for the birch-tree, i.e. the letter b in Ogham) Auraic. 1160 (= feochuos 4255 , feocus 5528 ).

feochra

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Forms: feuchrae, feuchrai, feuchrai, feuchrae

n , f. (feochair) sternness, rigour, fierceness : n s. ind feuchrae (transl. feritas) Ml 42b2 . ind feu[ch]rae (gl. feritas) 47d13 . a s. feuchrai firmessa (= iudicii severi- tatem) 109c14 . d s. ho feuchrai (gl. feritate) 33c9 . hond feuchrai 38d7 . co feochra ` wildly ' Met. Dinds. iii 104.63 . fid for Brefni co feochra, ii 6 (cf. Ériu xii 176 ). g s. inna feuchrae (gl. feritatis) Ml 33d14 .

feochrach

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adj o-ā (feochra) fierce, untamed, savage: cer'bdar f.¤ [feochra v.l.] menmanna na miled, CCath. 617 . na cenela feochrach[a] sa na hAffraice, Aen. 803 . Of arrows : saigti ... feochracha, Cog. 158.16 .

feochracht

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n ā,f. fierceness, savageness: f.¤ na ndémna oc pianad ... na n-écraibthech PH 5016 . (as quasi-vn.) co nā comarlecet doib ... f.¤ friu to vent their rage on them 6249 .

feochraigid

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Forms: nosfeochraiged

v g (feochair) grows fierce or wild: ro feuchraigset (gl. efferati sunt) Ml 114a6 . feochraigid in gaeth, Aen. 935 . ra ḟeochraigesetar fergga na fer TBC 3775 (ro ḟeochraigsit St). Trans. and reflex.: imperf. ind. (?) nosfeochraiged fria dáinib raged against men (of a mad cow) Lat. Lives 99 .