fergugud

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n u,m. (ferg)

I Growing angry: fergughudh menic, Lism. L. 4536 . iar fercugud, Mon. Tall. § 37 . ní biú ... ag feargúghadh re clannaib Cuind MR 306.2 .

II Making angry: a n-íc mh'feargaigthe in return for having angered me Ériu iv 220.2 .

? feris

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ind eisce ferís (.i. firesca) BB 295b47 = IT iii 103 § 197 (name of a metre) = esce feris .i. bricht nadrach, Zu Ir. MSS. u. Lit. i 71 .

? ferlaise

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ind dobretha f.¤ druad fair connermatad hErind, Anecd. iii 58.27 .

férmar

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Forms: fhérmar, ḟérmura

adj o-ā (fér) grassy, covered with grass: magh ... fermar, O'Mulc. 814 . co riachtatar cocrich férmair LL 219b45 ( TTr. 200 ). v s. f. a fhérmar na ngrianchnoc (of Ireland), O'Gr. Cat. 476 . pl. fuinn ḟérmura , CCath. 603 .

fermērecht

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n ā,f. farming (taxes); office of farming or collecting dues: in tē aga roibhe ... f.¤ priora Lughbaidh, AU iii 310.1 (feirmerecht v.l.).

1 fern

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Forms: ferna, fern, fernd, fernae, fernai

n ā,f.

(a) an alder-tree: a p. ferna (gl. alnos) Thes. ii 46.33 . fern (one of the `athaig fedha,' plebeian trees) Auraic. 1154 . Laws iv 146.24 . huinnius ┐ f.¤ LL 275b11 = Mór Muman § 11 (ferd v.l.). f.¤ ... is dī dogniter na sgeith, Auraic. 4265 (see below under (b)). fernd 1169 . g s. cuaillne fernae , Bodl. Corm. s.v. orc trēith . taman ferna, BColm. 86.22 . colba ferna, Aisl. MC 97.2 . i mbothán ḟerna, Cog. 92.17 . cep ferna `a log of alder' Death-tales 28.12 . losc ... in fhern is in sciaig SG 245. 35 .

(b) a shield (made of alder- wood , see Auraic 4265 cited above): sciath ar fern ... air isī in fern adbur in sceith, Auraic. 5536 . fearn .i. sgiath, O'Cl. tar fernn fland IT i 108.6 . cú ferna fodluigthe shield-cleaving LU 8891 ( FB 68 ). pl. bit fernai fer dlochtai LU 8430 ( FB 29 ). ferna urdlochta .i. scietha bristi RC xxi 401.18 . ferna tulbochtaib BDD 35 (U). fir fern `men with shields' MU 22.32 ( LL 265a33 ; cf. MU² 440 , and note). fernaib (.i. sciathaib) ildlochtaib LU 10376 .

(c) a pole or stake (strictly of alder ?), esp. in phrase: f.¤ siúil a sailyard; a mast: fernn siúil no seól (gl. artimone) Arm. 189b1 ( Thes. i 498 ). feirn séoil luinge .i. bun an chroinn siúil, O'Cl. do feren seoil luingi S., Aen. 1125 (= malum de nave S., Virg. Aen. v 487 ). feren seoil Aen. 1131 . ótchondaic ... na seolcrannu ... ┐ na ferna LL 235b4 ( TTr. 1367 ). Of a tent-pole: atbert ... f.¤ a pupla do ṡadhud RC xliii 40.25 . ic gabhail férne na pupla don talmain 42.1 . ro ḟuirim ... an feirn-sin 42.13 . See fernae.

(d) the letter f: ind ú consain lasin laitneóir is f.¤ ... lasin Gaoidel, Corm. Y 576 . fern dono is o crand rohainmniged YBL 235a17 = Auraic. 4264 . fearn an tshéimh- ighthe (i.e. lenited p) IGT, Introd. § 30 . fearn do níthear do .P. ... le séimhiughadh do chur air ib. airdibdad ferna extinction (i.e. lenition ) of f Auraic. 1283 . Cf. masa dairi fede feirn LL 265a27 ( MU² 426 ).

2 fern

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Forms: ferngnia

n a man (poetic or cryptic term): f.¤ .i. fer, Dúil Laithne 60 ( Goidelica 76 ). Cf. ferngnia (= fergnia), O'Dav. 873 .

3 fern

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Forms: fiern

adj (B. na f.) good: f.¤ (.i. cach maith) .i. iarnbelrae no iarmberla innsin, Corm. Y 612 = fiern LB 267 marg. sup. (the gloss: cach maith is inserted above text in Y) fearn .i. maith, O'Cl. Cf. cus ferna .i. cach cosmail is maith dia imrād, O'Mulc. 263 (= cusfer noe, etc., O'C. 1400 < H 3.18, 633 ). cufernoe, etc., Trans. Phil. Soc. 1859, 176 (< H 3.18, 66b ).

See 1 noe.

fernae

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n = 1 fern: air is i in fern adbur in sceith tucad o fernae forsin fid ogaim, Auraic. 5538 < BB 309b6 . sail- yard, mast: dochuaid E. isin f.¤ siúil do desgin ca erut uatha go tír CS 12.20 .

? fernaide

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Forms: Fernach

adj io-iā laech f.¤ foidmin ` manly ' AU 867 (poem) (hence (?) fearnaidhe .i. fearrdha, O'Cl.). Perhaps the meaning is girdled (cf. ferenn). Cf. congraim n-an n-eicside foraib ot e ferrnaidi TBC² 2808 . The corresp. reading in TBC is cited s.v. ferdaide. Or is this gen. of the n.l. Fernach ?

fernóc

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Forms: fernog

n ā,f. (<1 fern) an alder-tree: fernog (gl. alnus), Ir. Gl. 558 . beithe ┐ fernocc BNnÉ 239.29 .