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 ),

2 feth

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n a stick or shaft(?): tri fetha fogera co n-iomdorn orsnath fethlaib is evidently meant, cf. sgeth gu fethluib condualo ZCP iv 33.20 (TBFr.). Cf. fetha .i. fleasga no feathain, O'Cl.

1 féth

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n u,m. in the expression: f.¤ fíada (fíad, fía), also fé f.¤ , fía f.¤ fégh fía (m.) IGT, Decl. § 95 p. 127 (where `fé fía' though it occurs, is proscribed as incorrect). A magic mist, veil, which renders those under it invisible (Cf. the Germ. Tarn- kappe), the secret of which was possessed by the Tuatha D.D.: do orduigh Manannan doibh [.i. do mhaithibh Tuath Dé D. tar eis chatha Taillten] adhbha dileas gach deghfir, ┐ dorinneadh in feth fiadha ... dona mileadhaibh .i. in feth fiadha tar nach faic[th]í na flaithi, Ériu xi 188 . See Atlantis iii 386 ff . , D'A. De Jubainville, Cycle Myth. 277 , Joyce Soc. Hist. i 246 . The name fáeth fiada ( Hy vii pref ., Thes. ii 354.10 ; fáed f.¤ , Trip. 48.7 ) given to the hymn composed by St. Patrick after his escape from Loegh- aire's ambush is prob. the same expression; due to the legend that P. was invisible to L.'s men, cf. dodechaid dícheltair tairsiu co nár árdraig fer dib, Trip. 46.28 . See faíd. dichealtair .i. fé fiadha no duaithniughadh, O'Cl. (from Trip. 46.28 , cited above?). féidh fiadh `a mask, vizard, hood; a disguise that rendered the wearer unknown or invisible , ... defectively written fe fiadh, ... feidh fia,' P.O'C. Tuatha De D. fo diamair (.i. ... ara mbiodh an fee fía), Leb. Gab. i 172 n. 1 . dá ttaisbentar in f.¤ fiadha ... do nech do macaibh Miledh, nocha bia gabail re diamair no re draideacht ic nech do Tuathaibh Dé D. (Cú Chulainn refuses to show his friends among the Sídhe to Fer diad) TBC 3845 St = an fé fía RC xi 323.29 . an fé fiadh ZCP x 294.16 . druid .i. doniat in feth fia no in [ḟ]aisdinecht, Laws v 90.27 Comm. co n-accai in dā sid osluicti ... iar scithlim a fe fia dibh (i.e., after their enchantment had been dispersed) RC v 202.23 . ro eirig fia fiad (féth fia, fédh fia, fé fiadh v.l.) umaind, co nar leir sind, Acall. 5235 . ní léir ar úaigh mér na mná | atá ar a húaim in fégh fía what the woman has sewn is not manifest, the f.f. is over her seam IGT, Decl. ex. 1674 . do chuir Mac G. an féith fiadha tar an fidradach sa innus nach fuighbhed ēnduine hé, L.Chl. Suibhne § 9 . bhur bfé fía, ní fearrde dhuit, | aithnim thú d'aimhdheóin th'iomluit, Ériu ix 8.81 . ni buadha cloch, ní fégh fiagh | chaomhnus cuanta a críoch n-imchian TD 13.13 . Cf. further: ní folaig acht feth (fecht v.l.) fithnais, Acall. 7916 (`magic veil' SG ii 262 ). féth fithnaisi, v.l. of fethana fithnais Acall. 722 . Cf. rachaid in fiad draídechta atá urri di (i.e. the well will be revealed) 7505 . See 3, 4 féth. donfe for fiada fe IT iii 53 § 97 (for feda fé v.l.). Also fig. : atá ar a rún an fé fia IGT, Decl. 1681 . masa ceas eoil an fé fiadh | do-chiam ad dheóigh é ar an dán TD ii 245 . depression, gloom: ceilt a grádha ar an ngruaidh bḟaoilidh | fada ar inghin 'na ḟégh fia ib.

2 féth

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Forms: feth

n m. (connected with seth — `blow'? Ped. ii 628 ) a s. hi feth , Thes. i 6.6 . Cf. feith .i. gairbhe, P.O'C. ? If the suggested derivation is right, the orig. meaning may be a breeze: hi feth (gl. statuit procellam in auram Ps. 107.29 ) Thes. i 6.6 . tarla in gaeth [i]na ndiaidh isin bhrut, conus- tarla 'na feth choir `they had a fair breeze' Lism.L. 2083 . ba feith tar cnuca cacha n-epert do degbriathra[ib] fri nech notasāraigfeth, Anecd. ii 63.13 . Cf. also: féth nó anboth (gl. navigantium ... inaequalitas; but the gl. prob. means `alternate calm or storm,' see 3 féth) Ml 125d11 . fethnaigis in mhuir ... ┐ toirnit feicheda na saebhchoire eddies(?) (fethe, fetheda, anfadh, v.l.) BNnÉ 98.14 (` ebullitions ' Plummer; `Wallungen' Thurn., ZCP x 418 ). Cf. 2 féithech.

3 féth

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Forms: féth, féith, feid, féith, f.

n m.? (see Ped. ii 628 . O'Rahilly, Measgra D. ii 251 , would identify it with 5 féth) n s. féth Ml 125d11 . féith 126a2 ; 4 . feid 108d5 . d s. féith 126a4 . calm, stillness, esp. at sea (cf. 3 féith): gl. quies Ml 126a2 . tranquillitas 108d5 . féith .i. cíunas, O'Cl. arna té .i. féith forsna muire Ml 125a4 . int imram isind féith 126a1 . is trummu foraib som imram isind féith quam techt la reith choir gaithe ib. 5 . ní assu ... imra[m] isind roféith (ro eeth MS.; leg. drochféith?) dia combuch oc ind imram quam tempestas saeua 126a7 . f.¤ (oppd. to `anfud') Hy iv pref . for anfuth ... no for feth, Laws iii 212.6 . co n-acind ... feth na fairrge ZCP v 496 § 1 . tic feith ciuin forsin fairgi, Aen. 266 . tic feth forsin fairge ┐ do íslig in muir SG 346.9 . iar fegad in mara im ḟ.¤ ┐ im ḟostacht LL 230b12 ( TTr. 982 ). (as pred.) ba feth dam in muir RC x 84.9 . In moral sense quietness, tranquillity ; here perhaps: foirbthi, feidli, feth cen chel SR 4857 . dorig- set sét ... dar cach fich fri feth (: Amaléch) 4075 (= without disturbance?). in tan tra tainic feth mar do Grecaib iar togail na Troi BB 445a13 . Cf. for A. ... | mo bennacht co meth | a clanna ... | nir scarait re feth, Anecd. ii 32 (cf. 5 féth). Compds. ¤chiúin calm and still: ba feith-chiuin an oidhche, Fl.Earls 8.14 . ¤chiúine ,f. a dead calm: do bertis ... ainuthen aran occian ar lar na feit[h]ciuine, CCath. 3925 . ¤fairrge a calm sea: meidightir ... fri seol primh- luingi uas fhethfhairrgi, Lism.L. 3184 .