ferdatu

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Forms: ferdatad

n t, m. (ferda) manhood: g s. co áes ferdatad LU 4994 (= ferdada TBC² 505 ). co haois ḟerdhata FM v 1860.2 . vi 2358.12 (ferrdhata).

ferdes

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ind intan as atuaid rigi Caisil, a ḟ.¤ ┐ a dliged do rig na Deisse deiscirt .i. xxx. samaisce cach forbae cach thres bliadna do, Rawl. 149b54 . Cf. dés.

ferdoman

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Forms: Ferdomun

n m. (legal term) a minor , see Thurn., Ir. Recht 86 - 7 (fer domun): f.¤ .i. domna fir the makings of a man Corm. Y 667 . ferdomun (.i. damna fir) Laws ii 256.3 = ZCP xiv 359 . ? g s. fola ferdomna, Ériu i 116.10 . airg ┐ fir ┐ mna ┐ ferrdomain, O'C. 587 (< H 3.18 p. 290 ). fir domain .i. mic bithbinecha .i. damna na fer bis isin doman [.i.] na mic beca ┐ na flescaigh ┐ na fir midbuidh, O'D. 825 (< H 3.17 c. 590 ). nidam fer, nidam ferdomhan, Ériu xiii 26.24 (cf. O'Dav. 1560 ). As npr., m.: acc. Ferdomun LL 32a3 . cor fer eter da domon | corb ainm dó féin Ferdomon, Met. Dinds. iv 362.160 .

ferdris

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Forms: feirdris

n (cf. dris) a bramble, briar: ardam iachtadha .i. feth .i. fefe nó f.¤ , Anecd. iii 43.22 = feth .i. fe ue at uath feirrdris, Auraic. 4295 . rubus .i. in feirdris RC ix 243.9 . rubus .i. ferrdris, Arch. i 335.67 . feirrdhris, eirrdhris `a dogbrier', `wild rose' P.O'C. feirdris ` wild briar ' Hog. Luibhl.

ferén

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Forms: bferēn

n o,m.: g p. Clann Eochagain ... slogh na bferēn `host of the girdles ' Top. Poems 8.27 (71) . port feirēn laomda `fort of girdles' 22.11 (195) (: cenēl in both exx.).

feren

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x see 1 fern.

ferenn

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Forms: firend, ferend, feirenn, ferinn

n o,m. a thong or band used either for a belt or a garter: firend [ferend LB, feirenn, Hy Maine] .i. id bis im c[h]olpa niad ... verbi gratia ferind [ferend LB] ōir im c[h]ois rīg, Corm. Y 586 . fireann .i. idh bhios im cholptha deaghlaoich, O'Cl. See ZCP x 401 . Ferend [didiu] ainm do chriss bis im duine, Corm. Y 586 . ferenn .i. crios, no sliasad do réir druinge, O'Cl. feirend cris cengail, Met. Gl., Eg. 13 . induxit nivem ... pertinguentem ferenn, Arm. 5a2 ( Thes. ii 260 ) = Trip. 284.2 . pl. is di dognitis na ferinn , Thr. Ir. Gl. 20 (= ferniu, Corm. Y 586 ). usque fernu uirorum , ÉC xxix 358 . tacmaic snechta ferna (no fairnniu add. LB) fer, Corm. Y 586 . ferais snechta ... co fernnu fer LU 4777 (= TBC² 284 ) = co formnaib fer TBC 626 (go ferna St). ro ferustair in snechta co toracht fernu fer (= ad zonas), Lat. Lives 9 = Trip. 56.2 . sneachta co fernu fer AU 854 . sirit fuil fernu blood seeks girdles (i.e. rises waist high) RC xvii 133.15 . co tanic fernu fuil ZCP viii 319.9 . cath ... dia fich fuil feirniu xii 235x . atgaith dom ... .x. fernu (.i. idh bīs im cois nía), Ériu ii 4.6 .

1 ferg

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Forms: ferc, ferc, ferce, fercae, ferg, feirg, -e, ferga, ḟerga, fergga, fercc, ferglunni, fergluinne, ferclaindig

n ā,f. ferc Ml 49b7 . a s. ferc ib. g s. ferce Wb 22b4 . fercae Ml 27b15 . 32d4 . ferg (f., d s. feirg, g s. -e, n p. ferga) IGT, Decl. § 39 .

Anger, wrath: (gl. ira) Ml 23a15 . Ériu vii 164.26 . fergg a feruore , O'Mulc. 520 = Corm. Y 618 . ferc ┐ digal Ml 22c13 . illestur ferce a vessel of wrath Wb 22b4 . dofánic [ = dan-ánic] f.¤ ┐ luinni mór ic aicsin in tslóig LU 6280 . fercc leomain TBC 5557 St (of a warrior). mád co féirg dothí C. chucund LU 8698 ( FB 52 ). atrāigset clanna N. ferg Foraind LL 134a4 (Todd, Nenn. 232 ). atag- amar ... in fer d'imbert a ferci fornd LU 3792 ( SC 36 ). lin a fer fír ferdais feirg SR 4981 . rind na ferca, Ériu vii 164.28 . ōn dualaich-se na fercai ZCP iii 26.29 . gus fland ferge IT i 103.25 . fer feirgi `an angry man' Laws v 284.4 (with gloss: .i. in fer bis a feirg friut, no risi mbi t'fearg). rogab f.¤ ┐ londus iat PH 2950 . ma dosgní Dia feirg fri re mbicc though God is angry for a little while 6638 . fá fheirg riú dá raibh do Mhac angry with them Dán Dé xix 25 . m'anacol ar fheirg an Choimdeadh the Lord's wrath xix 22 . nocon acaille iter, robar bia ferc leis BNnÉ 303 § 12 . Excitement, agitation: an chláirseach ... fa ghroidfheorg rithmhir mo mheoir `the swift frenzy of my fingers' Studies 1923, 598 § 10 (where —fheorg may be a scribal error for —fheirg; the compd. assonates with bhrosduigh in following line). Of inanimate objects: fearg bhuinne `the fury of the stream' TD 1.53 . ar ḟeirg ndíleann from the wrath of the Deluge 7.41 . Transf. of cause of anger: olcas choimh- éada mo chuirp ... atá 'na fheirg ar m'aingiol `causes my Angel to be angry' Dán Dé xxi 31 . In pl., outbursts of wrath: dofancatar a ḟerga laiss TBC 1982 (cf. ar méit na ferggi dofánic 1985 ). fergga 1368 . ferdair a n-othrusa uili acht a ferga `except [those] wounded in anger' [?] Laws iii 356.3 . (cf. Ériu xii 89 ). cendais eter fhergaib (= inter iras) PH 5924 . beid na reilge derga | ona fergaibh peacaidh ZCP x 49.24 . Here probably belong: Tuathal na ferg `of the warriors' [battles ?] Met. Dinds. ii 48 (see v 128 ). laech na ferg fromtha troops' [battles ?] iii 76 . Eochu Fidmuine na fergg LL 128b1 . fri frais flanruad ferg `the blood-red strife of heroes (?)' Proc. RIA iii 1893-6, 540 § 1 ( LL 146b2 ). Cf. ní bat fergaib fír `they shall not be truly heroic' ib. Proc. RIA iii 1893-6, 532 § 3 ( LU 9839 ). Astud rurech f.¤ LU 4755 .

Compds. ferg-arnaid relentless in wrath Fianaig. 84.20 ( ¤arnaigh MS.). ¤díchracht wrathful intensity MR 238.5 . ¤duaibsech surly in anger: forne ... fergduaibsecha Finngall MR 216.7 . ¤Ionn wrathfully indignant: ramarbusa ... cethri choicait férn [apparently corr. to fían LL; fercc St] ferglond TBC 4127 . ¤luinne wrathful indignation; fury: nert ┐ ferglunne na righflaithi, CCath. 5534 . fubtad la fergluinne, O'Dav. 500 . Laws v 138.13 . lán d'fhíoch ┐ d'fhearg- luinne, TSh. 6668 . go ffuasnadh ┐ go ffergluinne luidh Ua D. ainnsidhe FM vi 2212.16 . g s. comlud ferglunni LU 8433 ( FB 29 ). na fergluinne , CCath. 621 . Hence adj. fer- gluinnech: n p. m. ferclaindig ZCP iii 451.2 (ferglainig v.l.)

2 ferg

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n a warrior, hero (prob. same word as 1 ferg): f.¤ .i. laech, unde dicitur: comaid f.¤ foebar, Corm. Y 648 . O'Dav. 839 (comadh f.¤ f.). fearg .i. laech, Lec. Gl. 156 . fearg féne .i. láoch eireannach, O'Cl. in f.¤ fēne IT i 97.13 = LL 112a27 . cf. ferg féne do muintir E. Fedhlig, O'Dav. 839 .

fergach

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Forms: fergaidh, ferccach, ḟerggaig

adj o-ā angry, wrathful; easily moved to anger, hot- tempered: dund fercach (gl. irato) Ml 22d13 . 23a17 . ba fercachsom fri suide (gl. irasceretur) 58c6 . fer fergach uathmar TBC 5384 . intí ropo ḟercach, co rop cendais PH 5620 . cath f.¤ , Cog. 120.6 . a s f. fairggi fergaidh (= fer- gaig), Snedgus u. MacR. 9.3 ( YBL 12a4 ). Adv. nondeca A. go ferccach , Anecd. ii 12.6 . pl. ind ḟerggaig the wrathful SR 8345 . foídi ferggacha angry shouts TFerbe 250 . In sense causing anger: ua f.¤ ri hIunaind sin that angered Juno TTebe 1632 .

fergaige

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n ,f. (fergach) wrathfulness, irascibility: luinne .i. fergaighe, Triads 209 gl . a luinne ┐ a dhēine ┐ a dhluth- fergaigi ZCP viii 549.17 = TBC p. 233 n.l .