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 .

feochraigthe

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Forms: feuchraigthi

(part. of feochraigid): amtar feuchraigthi (gl. saevitiosi) when they were enraged Ml 124c9 .

feochrugud

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n u,m. (vn. of feochraigid): ré f.¤ na feirgi the ebullition of wrath TTebe 930 .

feód

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n u,m. withering, wasting: bí an peacthach ag feodh ┐ ag dul i seirg-lighe, TSh. 7835 . an tan cuireadh mac B. ar feógh `was put to death' Oss. iv 146.8 . táin óig-ḟear ar feodh dá bhfír-ṡeirc, Keat. Poems. 1553 . Compd. (?): gorbhat ... fergacha feoghghoirte, clocha ┐ gaineam in talman RC xliii 84 § 85 .

feóda

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Forms: fedda

adj io-iā (cf. feo) withered, dry: ni rotomail ... acht aran eorna f.¤ is usci creda [leg. creoda ?] criad ` woody ' (? dry, musty ) Fél. 76. 4 = fedda, Fél. LB lii .

feódaid

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Forms: feóch—, feóg—

v (feóch—, feóg—) ā intrans. withers, wastes: go bhfeodhann [an duine] ... amhail do-ní bláth an mhachaire, TSh. 3804 . d'ḟeoigh an bile, Oss. iv 172.17 . cuiridh a srón fán lile, nó fán luibh ... go mbeanann as a bpréamhaibh iad, go bhfeódhaid dá éis sin, TSh. 9448 . Fig. caoi ... nach feoidhfidh go fóill a lament that will not die away Ó Bruad. ii 188 .

feódaide, feóige

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adj io-iā withered, dry, wasted: tola fanna feogaide, Ériu ii 55 § 4 . da mbeid [na boill] ... feouighe (= contabescere) 23 K 42, 21.16 . ní gnáth le crann feoighe fás, DDána 59.19 . ? tri chrannaibh feoighidh, Dán Dé xxxi 10 . in trath bid na dernanda co feoighi rena nglacadh, Ros. Angl. 80.18 . smuain ... do bheith feoighe fannḟoirbhthe, DDána 56.6 . Cf. duillebar feóghte, Comp. Con C. 88.25 .

feódaidecht

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n ā,f. (feódaide): nemḟeodaigecht in blāith unfading freshness LB 221b65 . teit a leat[h]ur cum feoig- echta `the skin becomes withered' Ros. Angl. 74.5 .