fethmech

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Forms: Feithmech

adj o-ā (fethem) watchful, heedful, wary: fri sráb ndomuin bad ḟ.¤ , Ériu iii 96 § 8 . in laech cid finn, cidh feithmech (: techthech) ZCP vii 299.1 . Flannacan fial feithmech, Arch. Hib. ii 72 § 34 . Adv.: rotfég co f.¤ atten- tively PH 1134 . gabait co feithmech fuireachuir ica sir- decsain, CCath. 5006 . ro fregair co feithmheach fuirechair iat encountered them warily Ériu iii 166.15 . do ghabhsad go feithmheach furachair agá agallaim ML 76.19 . baoísidhe co feithmheach fuireachair i ffoichill a iondsaighthe `wary ... in readiness against any attack' FM vi 1956.21 . a rím co roḟeithmech `to count them right heedfully' Met. Dinds. iii 384.30 . As npr. m.: Feithmech, Mart. Don. Mar. 16 .

fethmid

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Forms: feith- midh

n i,m. (fethem) a watchman, look-out man: an feith- midh RC x 52.n.14 ( YBL 6b21 ) = fegthaid, text.

fethnaide

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adj io-iā? ag lorgairecht i nÚib f.¤ Floinn, Caithr. Thoirdh. 56.27 .

féthnaigid

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Forms: fosrethaigdir

v i (variant of féthaigid)

I Trans. makes smooth or even: rafethnaigit [na cláir] were planed LL 218b38 ( TTr. 128 ). Of sea, calms: is e Neptuin garbas ┐ fethnaiges i[n] muir, TTebe 2667 . Fig. féthnaig dūinn in mBrethemain, Ir. Lit. 50.6 . Cf. furiud fáth .i. fethnaigthir seoit damsa LL 187b24 = fotsrethnaigter RC xxvi 24 n. 15 . fosrethaigdir, Rawl. 109a39 .

II Intrans. grows smooth or calm: ro fhethnuig in mhuir, Lism.L. 3623 = BNnÉ 98.13 . ro fhéth- naighestar ferg Uí Dh., Hugh Roe² 52.12 (f. 28a) .

féthnugud

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(vn. of prec.) calming, assuaging: f.¤ a ḟergi fri síl nAdaim LB 257a12 . nert ... fethnaigthe fergi Dé ib. 68 .

féthsnas

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x see 4 féth and féthán.

? fethtaltae

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Forms: fethaltae

n is oghdiri nach eclais fria sarughud a f.¤ `for violating her emblems ' Cáin Ad. 36 ; leg. fethaltae (< fethal) ?

féthugud

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Forms: fethugud

n u,m. (vn. of féthaigid). making (becoming ?) calm: in fethugud , gl. sedatio (fluctuum) Ml 121a10 . Cf. la síne fuata fethugud, O'Dav. 902 . Making smooth or even: co nderna a fethugud ... ┐ a slemhnugud (of stakes) TBC p. 175 n. 4 . faithche .i. feth-chaí, conair iarna fethughad .i. iarna reidhiughudh, Corm. Y 628 . (Fig.) ic fethugud ai, Rawl. 108b34 = LL 187a11 (cited under fethach). hic fethugud adb .i. hic erned cest LB 240a1 . LU 1143 (cf. TBC 158 cited under 4 féth).

fetontide

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n in f.¤ (gl. Phetontides) Sg 31b10 .

fetsed ?

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ind Cf. festid? is ascedach fer f.¤ ZCP xi 86.2 (faidsiodh v.l.).

fetugud

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n u,m. (fet) whistling, whizzing, hissing: caelḟetugud na claideb ica tarruṅg a trúallib LL 237a43 ( TTr. 1512 ). a tengtha ... for fedughad ina cendaib (of serpents), Aen. 490 (= sibila ora Virg. Aen. ii 211 ).