fíachaigid(ir)

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Forms: fiachaigedar

v g . (1 fíach)

(a) incurs a debt or liability: pres. subj. rel. cia dia fiachaigedar (gl. ad quem debeat) Ml 44b3 .

(b) in Laws makes liable; makes a claim (on or against): Cain lanamna: dileas do cechtar da lina cia ro chaithe ... ar araile acht ... ni ro fiachaigastar dligid (= except such liability as the law has imposed) Laws ii 342.4 (glossed: in ni fiachaiges nech dib do reir dligid what one of them claims ib. 19 . See Ir. Law 2 ff. 13 ). inti fiachaigther ann `who is sued' Laws iii 478.14 . is laisin cach fiacaidther ann a rogha `everyone who is made liable' BCrólige § 17 Comm. nā ro fiachuightur im cinuid a fine that he may not be held liable for Laws ii 88.4 .

fíachaigthe

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adj io-iā (part. of fíachaigid) debited; liable; due: hond feuchrai fiachaigthi (gl. severitate debeta) Ml 38d7 (`by the due severity').

fíachaire

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Forms: fíachaire

n io,m. (fiach) one who prognosticates by observing ravens (?), a birdseer (?): in fíachaire (v.l. fiadchuri) fáthach ` raven-caller ' (of the Mórrígan) Met. Dinds. iv 198 .

fíachairecht

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n ā,f. (fíachaire) raven lore, prognostication: Ériu viii 121 .

fiachán

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n o,m. (dim. of fiach) a little raven: co ndebairt in mathair mo fiachan bec-sa sút ... inde [Fechin] dictus est , Fél. 48.29 .

fiachdae

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adj io-iā (fiach) raven-like: brandae .i. fiachdae .i. ar duibe, Corm. Y 105 .

fíachugud

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Forms: fiachuighthe, fiachaigthi

n u,m. (vn. of fíachaigid) fining; making liable: comad é Cormac aderadh ag fiachugadh Luigdech ..., O'C. 1694 (< 23Q6 p. 13b ). g s. fo daig fiachuighthe na fine, Laws ii 88.7 Comm. (?) eillini fiachaigthi `a defilement that should be punished' Laws iii 96.7 .

fíaclach

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Forms: fíaclaich

adj o-ā (fíacail) toothed; having large or prominent teeth or tusks: a s. f. fíaclaich (gl. dentatam) Sg 49a17 . As subst.: f.¤ coilleadh .i. torc the tusked one of the wood i.e. boar O'Cl. (`a wild boar of the forest' P. O'C. ). f.¤ Find (name of a kind of Ogham), Auraic. 6093 . lánchend tri lorg línfíaclach BDD 93 . As sobriquet or npr.: do Ghilla ḟ.¤ hUa Baighill AU 1213 . di ṡleig Fiaclaig meic Conchind, Fianaig. 48.6 . ZCP viii 118.7 .

1 fíad

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Forms: fiadham, fiadum, fiadutsa, fiadsu, fiada, fiada, fiado-som, fiada, fíadai, fiadae, fiado, fíadib, fiadib, fiadaib

prep. with dat. (f.¤ firu LU 9773 is in a Mid. Ir. text), usually lenites. Orig. a subst., cf. W. gwydd `presence,' and perhaps folld. by gen., cf. f.¤ cach druing dein SR 4519 (Strachan, M. Ir. Decl., takes druing here as d s f. The word is f. in later lang.) cf. dothaitni grian fhiad cach druṅg SR 249 . cf. also f.¤ meic dé athar ZCP viii 561 < Lec. 183va 40 but: f.¤ genemain 2808 . Often written fia, esp. before d. feád LU 10978 . With rel. partic.: fiadh ndéntar ZCP xvi 170 . With pron. suff.: 1 sg. fiadham, Anecd. i 73 § 200 . fiadum, Aisl. MC 41.21 . 2 sg. fiadutsa LB 174a51 . fiadsu, Aisl. MC 41.21 . 3 s. m. fiada, Trip. 136.28 . fiada, Corm. Y 645 . fiado-som, Mon. Tall. § 78 , fiada LB 184a33 . BB 393a11 . fíadai LU 10826 . fiadae, O'Mulc. 49 . fiado, Bürgschaft 19 § 59 . 2 pl. fíadib Wb 19b6 , 24b12 . 3 pl. fiadib 10c5 . fiadaib Ml 112d8 .

(a) before, in presence of: gl. pro [tribunali] Ml 26c16 . coram 61b19 . fiad Abimelech (gl. ante A.) 53b5 . amal bid fíadib nocrochthe as if He had been crucified before you Wb 19b6 . f.¤ chách openly, publicly: Wb 3a7 . 2a1 (gl. in manifesto). 18d8 (gl. seorsum). Ml 24c19 . corop imdergad deit fía cách, Mon. Tall. § 15 . segair in chest isin tig feád ind oclaig LU 10978 . f.¤ na sluagaib, Anecd. i 68 § 155 . no bīdh ... C. f.¤ cách cech die, Arch. iii 308 vi 12 . f.¤ ainglib PH 4677 . f.¤ aingliu 6800 . f.¤ dálaib before assemblies Fél. Prol. 315 . f.¤ mathib Ulad LU 8790 ( FB 59 ). cor tasfen cách a cherd ... fíad firu Herend LU 9773 . fia fiadnaib before witnesses Bürgschaft 17 § 52 . fiadnaise didiu fiad neoch naisi 19 § 58 . f.¤ nUlad errathaib in the sight of the champions of Ulster TBC² 3561 . co ndernsat col mór fiadh Dhia ┐ fia dhainibh AU 1128 . co ttudhchatar uaidh fiadh ṡūilibh `escaped before his eyes' (openly) FM ii 692.4 . P.O'C. (s.v.) cites from a copy of the Táin: fiadh a chéle = hi fiadnaisi a cheli TBC² 784 .

(b) in the eyes of, in the opinion of: atchessa fiad lucht na n-etarnade comtis aige alta they seemed to those lying in ambush to be wild deer Hy vii pref . isat somilis f.¤ borbaib, at sérb ... f.¤ ecnaidib (= dulcis stultis, amara sapientibus) PH 4662 . cinntech fia Dia ... nemchintech fia doinib 6214 . ar bat nefni fiadu na todernuma tuctha fair he counted as nought the tortures 6590 . cíat ísliu f.¤ [fia, la, v.l.] daínib, Fél. Prol. 153 . nirbo coir fiadha he did not deem it right Anecd. ii 13.8 . bec fiadsu innisin ┐ mór fiadumsa, Aisl. MC 41.21 .

2 fíad

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Forms: fiad, fiadhu, fiaidh, fiadeich, fiaidhleitiús, fíadmucca, fíadrath, uball

n u,m. (acc. to Ped., i 112 a derivative of fid `wood,' orig. an adj. = ` wild ,' cf. W. gwydd `wild' and Lat. silva- ticus < silva, a sense preserved in compds., but early applied to wild animals in particular, and used as subst.) Wild animals, game, esp. deer , early coll. but later also distrib.: f.¤ foluaimnech skittish deer (?) ZCP v 22 § 11 . ní rontétlai fíad dar fráech no quarry escaped him Met. Dinds. iii 158 . oc seilg ar cach f.¤ hunting every game LU 9888 ( Proc. RIA iii 1893-6, 534 ). im chetguine muicce no aige no fíada no fiadmíla TBC 248 . a ndegaid ind ḟiada síde the fairy deer Acall. 5324 . tecaid fíad alltaide ┐ loitidh ... uile 4211 . fiad 4429 = dam allaith 4430 . f.¤ cacha feda (.i. allaid), Laws v 482y (484.20) . in duine tainic do gait in fiadha as in cuithig iii 458.4 Comm . lánamain gacha fiadha ar bith a pair of each (species of) wild animal (including birds, see Duan. Ḟ. p. 20 ), Acall. 3615 . pl. na fiadhu wild animals (oppd. to: na ceannda), Laws iv 120.6 Comm. no marbdais na fiada ar luas LL 260a34 = IT i 72.12 . tangadur na fiada amach isin muir ar teiched roim na conaib, Acall. 3234 . lus na fiadh (gl. ferina) Ir. Gl. 183 . an fiadh (= cervus Ps. xli 2 ), TSh. 4424 . fiadh .i. fiadhain ` wild, savage '; `a deer' (g s. fiaidh); fiadh fionn ` fallow deer ' P.O'C. ( Deut. xiv 5 ). fiadh ruadh `a red deer ' ib. fiadh barr a stag BCC § 163 . § 297 . Compds. ¤chapall wild horse: amhail do-ní fiadh-chapall don chapall mhín ó neamh-aithighe na cuinge, TSh. 7450 . ¤chat `a wild cat, a forest cat ' P.O'C. (possibly a mistake for fid-chat, q.v.). ¤cholum a wild pigeon (gl. palumbem) Sg 70a16 . ¤chorr a crane TBC² 1940 . ¤chullach `a wild boar ' P.O'C. Ps. lxxx 13 . ¤ech a wild horse: g s. fiadeich FB 37 Eg. ¤fraech: Fódhla na fiadhfraech of heathy wastes BR 158.18 . ¤graig a herd of deer (or wild mares ?) ZCP viii 311.9 . fiaidhleitiús wild lettuce (ref. to lactucis agrestibus Exod. xii 8 ) Eochairsgiath 98.3 . ¤mag: untilled plain: for fiadmaighibh, CCath. 866 . ¤míl a wild animal (esp. of the deer kind): inna huili fiadmila (gl. omnia [cervorum] generis animalia) Ml 121c20 . (Of two calves:) foréimdes comairle forru odergena fiadmíla díb LL 165a50 . fiadmila bid i muine, Corm. Y 646 ( hares ?). i n-adba oss ┐ ḟiadmíl ┐ sinnach TBC 5996 . feoil oss ┐ fiadmil ┐ mathghaman, CCath. 2906 . snechta mór ... co rola ár n-innili ┐ fiadhmhíl ┐ enlaithe ... FM ii 852.12 = conruslá ár ndaoine ┐ indele ┐ ḟiadhmhíol an mhara ┐ énlaithe ALC i 46 . f. fairrge a seal (?): mar clises fiadmil ... fomorda fairgi fa murbruchtaib ... min-eisc ` sea-monster ' MR 248.10 (cf. f. an mhara in last cit.). ¤móin a bog, swamp: fidh na fiadmoin (: iarnóin) IT iii 69 § 16 = Bruchst. i § 25 . ¤muc wild pig: Dinds. 35 . pl. fíadmucca, Met. Dinds. iii 386.12 . fiadhmuc .i. muc fiadhain O'Cl. fíadrath stock granted by a wanderer or outlaw(?): f. .i. rath ernir i fidh eirnidh loingsech no fogluid no feinniuth, O'C. 879 ( H. 3. 18. 393b . See 2 rath. ¤uball a wild apple, crab-apple: FM iii 614.3 . fiad-ubull, Laws v 474.1 . meitis fiadubla `as large as wild apples' Dinds. 62 . míach fíadubull BDD 85 .

3 fíad

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n m. (development of 2 fíad)

I Uncultivated land, a waste spot: f.¤ .i. fo fhid, O'Mulc. 533 (prob. applies both to 2 and 3 fíad). fiadh .i. fíadhántas, O'Cl. fiadh .i. fearann, ib. ( P.O'C. adds: `properly a wild woodland, wilderness '). nacha-reilic siar no sair | asind ḟiad hi tarrasair SR 4788 (ref. to `locum angustum' Numb. xxii 26 ). ba caill ... in f.¤ mesta `the wild spot rich in mast' Met. Dinds. iii 136 . an branar o théid a bfiadh `when once a fallow shall have run to weeds' O'Gr. Cat. 614.16 .

II In poetry with follg. gen., a territory, land: f.¤ finnḞódla ZCP x 341.4 . fiadh na bhFionn (i.e. Ireland) TD 7.2 . tar cóig goirmḟiadhaibh Gaoidheal (i.e. provinces) 9.10 . triar nach facaidh fiadh a sean the land of their ancestors Keat. ii 4437 (poem). d'ḟiadh bhar sinnsear, O'Bruad. iii 88 .