fíadaige

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n io,m. (2 fíad) a hunter: rob fiadaigi maith muici mé, Acall. 2221 . fiadhaighe fuileach forbfaoileach FM v 1726.7 .

fíadaigecht

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Forms: fiadhguidheacht, fiadhguidheachta

n ā,f. hunting: gan snámh gan fiagaidheacht, Oss. iv 60.17 . fiadhguidheacht 222.13 . deer-park, hunting- ground: ionnus nach fágthar leis fiadh i bhfiadhuigheacht ITS i 6.12 . g s. fiadhguidheachta ib. 11 .

1 fíadaigid

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Forms: roḟíadaig

v (2 fíad) becomes wild, savage, waste: fiadhaigis sil na bo went wild BB 397a7 ( Dinds. 142 = roḟíadaig LL 165a47 ) (.i. dochuadar a bfíadhán, O'Cl.).

2 fíadaigid

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v (5 fíad) receives with respect, welcomes (trans., or intrans. with fri, ré n-): rafíadaiged ┐ ra fritháled é TBC 3024. 997 . tiagait don dun ┐ fiadaigter iat ann FDG 613 . teid sa mbrugh in feindidh ... | fiadhaightear é, Duan. F. ii 70x . do fiadhaigheadh ag ríogh na hE. go honórach iad ML 40.23 . Onoraigiss ┐ fiadhaigis friu, Fl. Earls 136.32 . fiadhaigis rias na clerchuib, Hy Fiachr. 38.19 . fiadhaidhid Goill roimhe go lúthgháirech FM iii 222.7 .

fíadail, fíat(g)al

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Forms: fíadhail, fíadhaile

n f. fíadhail (fíadhal incorrect) IGT, Decl. § 13 . fíadhaile § 3 . Weeds (coll.); vetches: nír ḟás tairsi fíaghail fós IGT, Decl. ex. 606 . ní gort d'ar as a ḟíaghail 668 . fiadhaile, fliodh ┐ neanntóg, Oss. iv 274.4 . ní mór nat fáccbadh [an dúthaigh] na hen-tuinn ḟiataile ┐ fásaigh FM v 1784.3 . nach tteilgionn sé a ḟiatgal as fitches Isa. xxviii 25 . fonn Eabhraidheach d'ḟiadhail Éigipt the yearning of Hebrews for the potherbs of Egypt Hackett xlii 81 . Acc. to Stokes, Ling. Val. 127 , fiatail is "founded on AS weód, wiód ".

fíadain

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x see 2 fíada and fíadan.

fíadair

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Forms: fíaghair, fioghair

n k, f. (2 fíad ?) bush, heath (?): fíaghair, fioghair IGT, Decl. § 185 . a ngort ḟíaghrach ní ḟás ioth, ex. 2111 . gan íarnach do char do chronn | a ngar ḟíaghrach fa Émann 2110 . ioth an talmhan ... do-chuaidh uainne 'na éaruic | ó do ṡúigh fuil na flatha | an úir ḟuil mar ḟiadhracha, DDána 86 § 38 .

fíadamail

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Forms: fiadhamla

adj i (2 fíad)

(a) deer-like: leim fīrard fiadhamail `deer-like' Caithr. CC § 73 . ilphíasta fiatamhla, Ériu v 184.389 .

(b) wild; uncultivated: a nglenntaibh fiadamla fasaigh ZCP vi 275.24 . i bhfoithribh fiathamhla fásaig, TSh. 2739 . fa fhásaighibh fiadhamhla an pheacaidh 7456 . sna toirthibh fiadhánta fiathamhla 5959 . As subst.: a fásaighe, a fiadhamla ` desert places ' O'Gr. Cat. 459.5 .

fíadan

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Forms: fiadain, —áin, fiadh

also fiadain (—áin). See Ériu xiii 136 .

adj I Wild, uncultivated, untamed: gid fiadan gid cumra (of fruit- trees), Laws iv 170.10 Comm. glas fiadan wild herbs v 474.17 Comm . commor re huball fiadhan RC xviii 297.28 (Tig.). uball fiadain, Aisl. MC 49.14 . ubhla fiadhain FM ii 804.7 . an gabhar fíadháin wild goat Deut. xiv 5 .

n II Savage state; wildness: ní cás gan a cairsi ar fíadhain | nír ḟás tairsi fíaghail fós IGT, Decl. ex. 606 . dochuadar a bfíadhán (of cattle), O'Cl. s.v. fíadhaighis. Concrete, game, prey: ro coiscestar ... in coin da fiadhain hindered the hound from his prey O'C. 1701 (< 23Q6, 14 - 15 ) = fiadh O'C. 1700 .

fíadánta

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adj (fíadán) wild, savage: daeine fiadhánta ac nách bíd tighi, Maund. 169 . Searbhchaora na fíneamhna fia- dhánta, TSh. 3330 . sna toirthib fiadhánta fiathamhla 5959 . Adv. go n-anann fiadhánta that he remains savage 7461 .

fiadántas

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n m. (fíadánta) wildness, savage nature: fiadh .i. fiadhántas, O'Cl. caillid na bethadhuidh ḟiadhanta ... a bhfiadhantus, MacAingil 204.10 .