2 fertas

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Forms: fersad, —aid, feartas, fearsad

n ā,f. (prob. same word as prec.), later fersad, —aid, feartas IGT, Decl. § 12 . fearsad § 54 . A raised bank or ridge of earth or sand, gen. of a bar or shallow near the sea- shore or a ford in a river ;common in place-names. f.¤ mara, O'Mulc. 524 . tré ḟertais mara IGT, Decl. ex. 552 . is and fóḟuair Pátraic in fertais .i. conucbad in talam súas fó P. isind áth ┐ fógabat ind éolaig béos in n-escir sin, Trip.² 1027 . do luid ... for Fertais Tuama (ford on the r. Bann) 1954 = per Fersait Tuama, Colgan, Trias Thaum. 148 . for fertais Locha Echtra LU 5089 . TBC 1172. 1192 . Fearsad Treisi `T.'s ferry' Met. Dinds. iii 424.33 . go Fearsaid Tresi, Hy Fiachr. 8.16 . don taobh araill d'Fear- sait Ṡúilidhi FM v 1610.20 . go rangattar ... tar an ffersait ar bá haithbe ann ib. y . ro líon an mhuir isin ffersait tarsa ttangatar 1614.21 . maidhm Feirtsi Súilighe (`i.e. trajectus or crossing of the Swilly, now Farsetmore,' O'Don. note) ii 958.7 . Cf. caislén Beoil Feirste (Belfast) iv 1100.7 (expld. by O'Don. note, as `the mouth of the r. Fersat'). c. Beil Feirsdi AU iii 258 . srotha ... Bheóil Ḟeirsdi (: meisgi) IGT, Decl. ex. 1408 . In extended sense : os fertais blae on the ridge (crest) of the plain (?) Acall. 4114 . for fertas in betha on the face of earth LU 10827 (cf. similar use of druim). See Hog. Onom. s.v. Fertas, Fersat and Feirste.

ferthain

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Forms: fertain, fearthuinn

n i,f. (Mid. Ir. vn. of feraid) IGT, Decl. § 150 . Giving forth, pouring .

(a) in physical sense, pouring, showering (both in intrans. and trans. sense) : .xl. lā ... ro buī in dīliu ic f.¤ , Rawl. 70a13 . ro tindscain in diliu fearthain BB 21b37 . frassa derga tentide oc f.¤ forro LU 2185 ( FA 26 ). cith cloicsnechta do ferthain a shower of hail fell RC xviii 297.26 (Tig.). frasa ... foghadh ag fearthain orra, TSh. 6606 . lógh a ḟola d'ḟearthuin the price of shedding his blood TD 32.21 . Hence rain: fertain (gl. pulma = pluvia) Auraic. 4220 . fearthuinn ` rains ' Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 320 ). amail sduaigh nimhi re frais fearthana TBC 3870 St. cith ferthana CF 827 . tangadur ... ina ndluim ciach ┐ ina ferthain draīdechta, Ériu viii 24.13 . tic gne fleachaidh ┐ fherthana issin aimsir, Fl. Earls 64.13 . néull fearthanna deighionuidh of the latter rain Prov. xvi 15 . ní raibhe fearthain nā doinionn re a linn, Keat. i p. 198.4 .

(b) in various fig. senses (see feraid) : d'ḟ.¤ ḟáilti ra Coin Culaind to welcome C., LL 262a26 ( MU² 55 ). ra po chóru damsa fálti d'ferthain fritsu TBC 3392 . lotar ... d'ferthain ḟáilte fris PH 535 . oc ferthain oenaig na Samna holding the fair LU 3224 ( SC 1 ). ita in cath oc a f.¤ indiu the battle is being waged LU 3664 ( SC 33 ). ic ferthain graffand horse-racing LL 273b12 . d'fert[h]ain comlainn fris, CCath. 5737 . a ferthain cnedhe for a comairce for inflicting a wound Laws iv 234.4 . do fir fertana na cneidhe iii 368.5 .

See ferad.

ferthainid

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vb. (B. na f.) : do ferthain iat ōn imned a rabhatar delivered (?) Arch. iii 311.3 .

ferthamain ?

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n f.¤ .i. borb, ut est ní tam mac ni dom f.¤ [dam ferr thamon v.l.] .i. ni dom ferrthamain [ferrtaman v.l.] ni dom borb. Nó ni tamain fir den eolus, O'Dav. 1560 (` blockhead ' Stokes, cf. tamon `stock' and tamain fir, Laws ii 256.17 . But the text Ériu xiii 26.24 reads : nidam ferdomhan.

See ferdoman.

ferthigis

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Forms: ferthaigis, ferthaighis, ferthigisi

n m. ( Ped., ii 611 , suggests a formation from frith- saig- through metathesis, influenced by feraid and fer ; forms vary).

I A steward in a household , whose business it was to receive guests : taét f.¤ [ferdaigis v.l.] fri Mael dúin let .M .D be served RC ix 488.8 ( LU 1797 ). ferthaigis RC ix 488.16 . ba mithig ... mas co mbiud dothiagar dunni ... Fertigess dognithse dimsa, or C. IT ii1 178.118 . ferthaighis ib. 125 . eigid in teglach ┐ an fertoighes (i.e. host), Aisl. Tund. 93z . pl. it malla na ferthigisi , Hib. Min. 66.8 . Esp. of the magister hospitum' or officer who in a monastery had charge of the hospice or guest-house (Plummer V. Sanct. Hib. i p. cxviii n. 6 ) : Ultan fertighis Beandchuir FM i 382.15 = U. equonimus (= economus) Bennchair AU 781 . in maccléirech ... ba ferrthigis ┐ ba coic isin praindtig, Ériu i 44.8 . ferthaiges umal ... don chumang conicc | bendachad ┐ fálte fri cech n-oín dodnic iii 106.1 . airchinnech, a thānaise, secnap, coic coir cert | athchomarcthid, ferdaigis, frith- ṡecnap for fecht (officers of a monastery) ZCP v 499 § 3 .

II The act of entertaining or waiting upon guests: ésseom féin ... oca ferthaigis ZCP iii 7.20 ( LL 270a15 ). Mac D. feín ocá feirthigis, Hib. Min. 52 § 6 (= Sc.MMD § 6 ). cu mbui ica [ḟ]erdhaighis (of a woman), Lism. L. 2700 .

fert(h)igsecht

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n ā,f. acting as `ferthigis' or majordomo : Mac D. fessin icond ḟerdaigsecht (fertighsecht v.l.) IT i 99.22 ( Sc.MMD § 6 ).

fert(h)igsed

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n m. acting as `ferthigis': eisseom fein ... oca ferdthigsead YBL 113a15 ( ZCP iii 7.20 v.l.).

fert(h)igsid

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n m. = ferthiges : Labraid fodessin ba ferdaigsig in n-aidchi sin, Rawl. 131a53 ( ZCP iii 7.20 v.l.).

fertsech, fertsige

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x see fersech, fersige.

ferugud

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n u,m. (vn. of feraigid, q.v.) : fearugadh IGT, Introd. § 151 .

ferus

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x see feorus.