fétaid

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Forms: fiad—

v ā (Mid. Ir. development of -éta, protot. stem of ad-cota `gets, obtains') is able, can , folld. by vn. expressed or understood or vn. phr.: in Mid. Ir. most freq. in neg. condit. sentences: ni ḟetaim-se beith i n-écmais m'airm TBC 4093 . Nach fetfa-su ar n-etráin? ar E. Rafetad [rofetfainn St], for F., 1806 . Mani fetursa sin if I cannot do so LU 8087 ( FB 6 ). cach olc as mó rofētat ... iss ed dogniat LU 2379 . cindas raḟétfamni ón? LL 303a4 ( RC xiii 76 § 79 , rofetfamais v.l.). ni ro fet a n-acallaim LU 3293 ( SC 9 ). do ṡalaig se ainmm Dia in airet doḟét sé LB 245a63 ( PH 7625 ). nar fetus ergi PH 2777 . nar fétustar forcetul ... airisium innut 8277 . da ḟétair a bascad if thou canst LB 244a28 ( PH 7450 ). ni ḟed labhairt YBL 369a6 (= Dán Dé x 6 ). ro fhétand aīr ┐ molad he can both censure and praise Aisl. MC 87.10 . ní ro ḟetsat techt ... ┐ dano ba mebal leo gia ro ḟettais they would have been ashamed (to go) even had they been able RC xliii 36.9 . atā mucc ann, ┐ ní ḟētait coin na daíne ní di cannot do anything to it Acall. 2220 (cf. conad feta ni dib nothing could be done with them Dinds. 142 ). Burcaigh ... do chruinniucchadh an ro ḟédsat do dhaoinibh FM vi 1884.4 . ní fhéadaim romhar do dhéa- namh = fodere non valeo TSh. 7546 . féduigh an glan ... sin d'ithe the clean ... may eat thereof Deut. xii 15 . With neg. folld. by cen cannot but ..., cannot help, refrain from ...: ni ḟetam can a indissin LB 225a34 . In pass. impers. con- struction (cf. 1 étir): ní fétar in chned ... do lesugud PH 7645 . ni fétar a aittrebad ar imud piast and 8276 . dream nách bhféadfaidhir d'ḟulong TD 21.12 . ni fetathar ar mad rí nad bi ecnaid he who is not a sage cannot be a king Anecd. v 2.4 (ni fedaigther , Alex. 822 ). féadtar a rádh ... gurab ..., TSh. 585 . is iomdha sompla ... do féadfaidhe do chur síos there are many examples that could be quoted 8514 . ag daoinibh do féadfaidhe nach cuimhneóchadh who perhaps would not remember 955 . bíodh gurab iomdha nídh ... do féadfaidhe do bhreugnughadh, Keat. i p. 74 . gé mór do sgríobhsad úghdair eili ... féadfaidhe nár sgrīobh- adar it is possible Desid. 8 . fédfuithi gu bfhuileóngadh Dia ... 3510 . féadfuidhe do bhí uireasbhach 2018 . ní fhuiléanga Dia trócaireach, féadfaidhe, do lucht an uilc ... drochbhás d'fhagháil 4428 . A form fiad— also occurs: nír fhiadsad aonbuille do bhuala ZCP ii 560.6 . gibé ḟiadfas, O'Bruad. ii 188 . dá bhḟiadainn 242 .

fétaigid

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v g = fétaid. buiden na fetaigther d'aisnes re ndiáir- mide that cannot be numbered LB 187a52 . ni fedaigther ar mad rig nat bi ecnaid Alex. 822 (see Anecd. v 2 cited under fétaid).

? fetamain

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ind carbad foill fetamoin fionndrúinne ZCP x 284.22 = carpat ... feta findglaine TBC² 2548 . Cf. carput feig foduirn fechámail findruine LL 189a2 .

fetamlacus

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x see fethamlachas.

? fetan

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Forms: fetanon

n a bag or sack: fetan[aib] ón [sic leg.? fetanon MS.], Thes. i 2.23 (gl. marsupiis saccis Gen. xliii 22 ) = sętanaib Thes. i 1.2 . See 715a . Cf. W. ffetan `a sack' (ffettan, Gen. xlii 27 ) and ÉC xxii 212-13 . Cf. ? setan.

fetán

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Forms: —a, fedán, feadán, f., fetana

n o,m. pl. somet. —a, see below (dim. of fet).

(a) a hiss or whistle: v.s. a fhetán néimnech na nathrach PH 8248 . an tan thogbhas S. a fedán cinn bhraghad `sends forth a whistle' ITS v 134y . fear feadán `whistling man' TD 34.16 .

(b) a pipe or tube: fedán (gl. fistula), Ir. Gl. 46 . feadán (synon. with duisiol, sumaire), Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 235 ; re guth do dhuisioll uisgeadh `noise of thy waterspouts' Ps. xlii 7 ). f.¤ (tube used for sucking pus from sores), Acall. 7222 . A musical pipe: fedan for a muin, Aen. 173 (= de collo fistula pendet Virg. Aen. iii 661 , an interpolation). fedán fogurbinn, Acall. 1718 . fedan do boí aicci, ┐ fir in domain do choiteldais ris gemad mor a ngalur 6100 . Med. (a) in pl. pipes, of the lungs, bronchi: feadain an sgamain = canna pulmonis Reg. Sláinte 1591 . (b) fistula: deoch ... cum an ḟedain YBL 347a14 . ceirin ... bacas don cneid dul a fedanaib linnidan, Ir. Texts v 10.20 . do cosg fola na fedan linnidhan ib. 27 . A pipe for conveying water, etc.: doróigne ... fetana luaide do chur ... fo thalmain ... ┐ no leicead na husci estibside LB 235a57 . can usce acht a tairngther a fedánaib o Ghlend Ébrón, Maund. 65 . an t-uisgi teid tri fedanuibh, Ros. Angl. 66y . mur uisge tre ḟedanuibh, Luc. Fid. 120.13 = O'Hussey T.C. 188 (ḟédán- aibh). tollaid ... crann suaiti na praisci co raibe ina ḟetan ┐ no doirted in n-im tresan fetan, Fél. 146.25 . Transf. of a liquid: teora fetana fola spouts of blood D iv 2, 53ra14 (treated as fem.).

(c) a brooch(?) (prob. a penannular brooch with hollow or cylindrical ring): f.¤ finduma issin brat, Acall. 7600 (`hollow pin' Stokes; who adds in Notes: `hollow fibulas of gold have been found in Ireland'). fedana finduma isna brataib 2441 .

fetánach

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Forms: ḟeadanaig, fedanaig

adj o-ā (fetán)

I

(a) resembling a pipe or tube; cylin- drical (?): ro gab cathchrios ... cona lannlúth lúthmar [leg. lann lúthmar? l. lúth-luthmhar MR] cruinnfhedánach certimlech, Caithr. Thoirdh. 39.27 (= MR xiv 4 , where O'Don. translates `his lance, regularly cased in a tubic sheath' A corruption of ¤ḟethanach? Cf. fethan). ingne fiarcroma féithgéra fedáncha 104.30 . fothlachta feadánach fíorbhog, Ó Bruad. iii 110 .

(b) in medicine, fistulous: re creuchtuibh doimhne feadanacha, 23 K 42, 273.16 .

II A player on a pipe or flageolet: v s. a ḟeadanaig IT iii 70 § 18 . n p. fedanaig (gl. oirfidid), Laws v 108.25 Comm. orghanaig ┐ cornaire ... ┐ fetanaig, Alex. 469 .

fetánacht

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n ā,f. (fetán)

I Playing on a pipe or flageolet: oc fetanacht ┐ oc staraigecht LB 136a37 ( Hog. Nenn. 54 ). Cf. caide guth alta? .i. fetánacht ┐ crónanacht, Ériu xiii 36.21 .

II Med. fistulation: fóiridh iad o gach uile ... ḟeada- nacht (of wounds), 23 K 42, 353.19 .

fetarlaic

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Forms: fetarlicce, fetarlaic, petarlaic, —laice, —i, —laicthe, —i, fetarlaici, fetarlicce, fetarlice

n f. O.Ir. fetarlicce, from (in) vetere lege, Thurn., Hbch. § 914 ; ZCP xii 289 , from stem of Lat. vetus lex with Ir. suffix -che, Ped. i 223 . In Glosses found only in oblique cases. Mid. Ir. fetarlaic, petarlaic (both forms in PH); g s. —laice (—i, also —laicthe —i), the latter form taken by Stokes ZCP iv 373 as an adj. The Old (Jewish) Law or Testament (both of the dispensation and the Scriptures): often used without art.

(a) d s. asind fetarlaici Tur 39 . g s. for testimin na fetarlicce Wb 4d25 . fetarlice 15a25 . Ml 60b12 . innaimsir inna fetarlaice 26b7 . sruthi na fetarlaice .i. Abraam ┐ Isac 31d11 . inna ca[nó]ne fetarlaice 39b17 . senchus inna feturlicci, Hib. Min. 5.164 .

(b) feadarlaic .i. an seinreacht, O'Cl.

(c) hi timnaib na fetarlaicthe PH 5852 . With p—: na dā recht rofoíd in Coimdiu ... .i. petar- laicc ┐ núfiadnaise LB 42a59 = PH 4552 . cech oín peturlaic do lēgh he read every (book of the) Old Testament ZCP vii 304 § 16 . na mirbuli ... dorígne i petarlaicc ┐ inn núḟiad- naise LB 257b27 . o recht petarlaicthi (sic MS.), Laws i 38.14 Comm. hi petarlaic ┐ i núfhiadnaise PH 1102 . sruthi na petarlaicthi 7871 . do dúilib petarlaicthe 4491 . in eclais chechtarda petarlaice ┐ nuafhiadnaise 6493 . BColm. 2.3 (petarlaeici). IT i 169.15 (phetarlaicthi). aenta petarlaici fria nuifhiadnusi .i. rechta fria soscéla, Lism.L. 4618 . canóin pedrelge BB 487b26 .

fetchúisech

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n ā,f. (cf. fet) playing a pipe or flageolet: occ cuslennaigh ┐ oc fetchuisigh ` whistling ' TFrag. 24.9 . Cf. ac fethchuisib ┐ a[c] cantain chiuil YBL 160a21 = oc feth- cusib PH 890 (leg. ¤chúisig?).

fetgaire

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Forms: feadghaire

n [io,n.?] (compd. of fet) a swishing, hissing or whistling sound: in toirneach ... rochualusu, fetgairi na claideb ... insin TBC² 3127 . fedgaire na cloidem, Aen. 2489 . f.¤ na faga LL 243b41 ( TTr. 2009 ). fetgairi na slegh ic a sādudh, CCath. 5920 . fetguire na nathrach hissing 4171 . fedghaire no guth feadóige `whistle or sound of a plover' Buile S. 104.1 . re f.¤ na fer fiadaig `whistling' Fianaig. 56.31 . Of a shrill, longdrawn wail: ra érig f.¤ na ndea ┐ golgaire na n-airdemna LL 230a34 ( TTr. 963 , where Stokes reads: setgaire), corresp. to: roclos fed[g]airi ┐ golgairi na ndeamna BB 431a16 . As quasi.-vn.: ic faeidib ┐ ic feadgairi (of air-sprites) MR 230.20 . feadghaire ` lamen- tation, wailing, also more lamentable ' P.O'C.