? 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.

fetgal

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n ā,f. (fet) whistling: fer fedghoile, O'Gr. Cat. 556.1 .

1 feth

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n (? back-formation from ar-feith, Celtica xi 20 n. 7 ): f.¤ .i. ime, ut est fobith is cach cond ar econn f.¤ , O'Dav. 827 = as conn ar ecconn feith, Ériu xiii 33.32 , where the form is prob. conj. of 1 fethid, q.v. Perhaps ar e. f.¤ = ar-feth e. Cf. arfeith cend a memra, O'Mulc. 103 . feith .i. coimed, ut est arfeith cend a memra, CIH iii 813.25 .

iarna ḟormna TBC 5537 St (of swords? Wind.; pikes?). In: scēith ... co fethaib ┐ condualaib LL 253.3 ( TFerbe 3 ),