feólchar

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Forms: feolc[h]ar

adj o-ā (feóil) voracious, sanguinary: g p. tri feolc[h]ar of three bloodyminded (warriors) TBC² 2830 . Compar.: ni fairgeba-su ... fiach bus feólchairiu LU 4840 .

feóldae

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Forms: feuldae

adj io-iā (feóil) fleshy: edbarta fulidi feuldai offerings of flesh and blood Ml 87b6 . g p. inna [n-]edbart fulide feuldae 70b8 . is é triar fil fri digail ..., feolda fichdha teora ingne, Arch. iii 297 § 48 .

feóldénmaid

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Forms: fheoldenmai

n i,m. (formed on analogy of Lat. carnifex) a butcher, executioner: don ḟeoldenmaig LB 141a9 ( Hog. Nenn. 82 ). in feoldenmaid PH 6631 . lám in fheoildénmada 1871 . do lamu na fheoldenmai (g p.) 6625 . frisna feolden- maidib 1414 . na feoldenmaidh ┐ na bassairedhda, Ériu v 150.82 .

feólmach

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x see feólbach.

feólmairecht

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Forms: feolmuirecht

n ā,f. (feólmar) fleshiness: feolmuirecht, Ros. Angl. 240.8 .

feólmar

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adj o-ā (feóil) fleshy: ┐ se f.¤ fuilidi YBL 165b35 . cuirp reamhra fheolmara (= corpora carnes habentia) O'Gr. Cat. 221y . a gcláruibh feólmhara an chroidhe, 2 Cor. iii 3 .

feolomain

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x see foloman.

feórann

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Forms: feórand, Féraind

n ā, f., feórand IGT, Decl. § 12 . A green bank or shoreland (?): f.¤ .i. faithche; ainm fós e dona srathaibh no da gach fearann bhíos ar brú srotha no abhann, O'Cl. ní slicht sinnaig i feóraind no i fasaig LL 264b9 ( MU² 335 ). deisidar for in feoraind fallain ... for bru in phuirt (sic leg), Aen. 1524 . co ro gabh port i ffeorainn na finninsi FM v 1760.9 . long ar fud na feóraindi IGT, Decl. ex. 526 . Ath F. na feorainde, Acall. 2615 . BNnÉ 193.1 . As n.l.: for Feoraind TBC 356 = Féraind LU 4602 .

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feórna

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n a rush (plant): Hog. Luibhl. itharnnae .i. ith ┐ feorna .i. semend, Corm. Y 735 = ... .i. ith ┐ feornae .i. o rotuimter nō ithid feornae, O'Mulc. 766 .

feórnín

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x see feóirnín.

feorus

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Forms: fersen, feorus, feorus

n (< ferus, a by-form of erus ?) g s. fersen ? Cf. O'Dav. 931 cited below. Name of a tree or plant, probably the spindle-tree: gl. acirus (= acerus < acer "maple" or acorus `galingale' ?) Ir. Gl. 582 . feorus ` spindle-tree, sweet flag, galingale ' Hog. Luibhl. feorus (one of the `fodla feda' or `shrubs') Laws iv 146.26 . Auraic. 1155 ; also called `oir' 1196 . sruithium aicde .i. feirius (a kenning for the Ogham diphthong oi), Anecd. iii 44 ; cf. sruitem aicdi .i. o[i]r, Auraic. 5602 . feirius .i. fiar-ses .i. do fēri in chraind from the twisted form of the tree Corm. Y 578 . Cf. co fríth herus [ferus; ierus, v.l.] chuca ... asin muine mesta, Met. Dinds. iv 214.57 ( Dinds. 117 ). fersen .i. feorus .i. set in dire fersen .i. samaisc a dire, O'Dav. 931 ; cf. samaisc ┐ dairt ... ┐ dartaid ... tri diri na fodla feda, Laws iv 150.23 Comm.