fíadnugad

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n u,m. (vn. of fíadnaigid): showing, proving: d'aisneis ┐ d'ḟiadhnughadh ... illrūine na n-oghbriathar ... sin MR 92.1 . ro gab ga ḟiadnugad orro a dígenn `to prove' 216.28 .

fíadrad

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n o, n., m. (2 fíad) game; hunting: fri seilg, fri f.¤ SR 6281 . doluid ... do hairchis ar f.¤ to trap game ZCP viii 310.40 . bímit ... a ndegaid an ḟiadhraidh, Acall. 886 .

fíadrath

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ind .i. rath ernir i fid heirnidh loingsech no fogluid no feinniuth is fiadhrath in sin, O'C. 879 (< H 3. 18, 394a ). Cf. fíad and see 2 rath.

fíadta

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x see fíata.

fíadu

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n lord: see 1 fíada.

1 fíadugad

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n u,m. (vn. of 1 fíadaigid q.v.) cuilén caitt notn- aile he comba haitt | o rogaib míadugud teit uait fri fiadugud LB 164 marg. inf. (= will revert to his roving nature ? or will go hunting ?).

2 fíadugad

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Forms: fiadhaighte

n u,m. (vn. of 2 fíadaigid) honoring, welcoming: dligit filigh fiadhugud ZCP iv 468.2 . tucsat Fir R. f.¤ ┐ tomaltus doibh xiv 264.6 . na haemh uile h'fiadhugodh do not receive all with (equal) respect Acall. 589 . g s. do réir fáilte is fiadhaighte BNnÉ 282.8 . Ironically of a hostile reception: ba fuileach ... an fiadhugudh ro fersat cach diobh fri aroile ZCP xiv 240.17 . bá he fiadhucchadh fuair uatha ... a ledradh FM v 1618.5 .

1 fíafraigid

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n (later form of íarfaigid, q.v.) questioning, inquiring: fíafroighidh IGT, Decl. § 150 . dá dtrian feasa fiafraighidh inquiry is two-thirds of knowledge Studies 1924, 243 . is móide ar an ḟolt in fiafraighidh `I marvel most at thy hair' Ir. Monthly 1926, 163 § 2 . See fíarfaigid.

2 fíafraigid

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v questions, inquires: see iarmi-fóich.

fíafraigthech

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adj o-ā (fíafraigid) given to inquiry, inquisitive: madh fiafruightheach budh feasach, Dánfhocail § 66 . Maguires of F. § 32 .

1 fíal

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Forms: féal, feliu, féliu, ḟéil, ḟial, fíala

adj o-ā Ped. 1 315 , Thurn. Hbch. 34 , Celtica i 367 , see an archaic spell- ing of this in: bad féal ... dogneid cach réit (gl. omnia honeste ... fiant) Wb 13a29 (` faithfully ' Thes., where Stokes suggests a derivation <O.Fr. feal<*fedalis).

(a) decorous becoming , seemly (of conduct or behaviour): adv. compar. ind feliu (gl. verecundius) Ml 58b1 . bá fial dó buith arnaib ócaib céin dogēni calma. Is féli dō ... a imḟolach, in tan teches it became him ... it is more becoming for him LU 5739 ( TBC² 1266 = ba féile do TBC 1968 . féliu 1972 ). Of persons modest; chaste: cedmuintera fialadh (= fiala) na tiagat co cele atarruch ite mna annsin conoat a fele, O'C. 848 (< H 3. 18, 385b ).

(b) Of persons, well-bred, honourable, noble (used of both sexes apparently in older sense of Engl. gentle or Ital. gentile of such traits of bearing and conduct as reveal noble nature and nurture (see féle), passing gradually into sense of generous, hospitable , the usual later and modern meaning: f.¤ .i. maith, O'Cl. cen ócdaine, cen aes ṁbaeth | acht toga fer f.¤ fírgaeth SR 4590 . techlach f.¤ IT i 145.5 . munter ḟ.¤ TBC 5830 . in f.¤ Fer dá lethe the modest man F. Fél. Dec. 4 . la féil Flaind féil impir, Dec. 15 . ger f.¤ Colaim Cille ... adeirim ... feile goma sheacht Maodhócc that M. is seven times as generous BNnÉ 279.11 . nīsfil fo grēin fairind find fēil basid fēiliu, Arch. iii 297 . ruirigh Cloinne hEoghain ḟél FM ii 962.10 (poem). v s. m. a Oisín ḟéil , Oss. iv 10.8 . v s. f. a ingen ḟial IT i 70.4 . pl. mairfit Ulaid a sescach dar cend a n-aenig [ = n-enech], ar it fíala Ulaid TBC 1758 . cuslennaig ḟéil LL 29b45 . fēlithir dub-ēn `as generous as a crow' O'Mulc. 310 (prov., cf. Titus Andronicus ii 3.153 ). cia as ḟéliu i nHerinn ? `most hospitable' ZCP iii 4 § 8 . cūicer is féile frīth riam | budh ḟerr um brat is um biad, Acall. 2561 . Of things: o Abēl, fīrīal a dath ZCP iii 18.23 < Rawl. 68b52 (leg. fírḟíal ?). cét tinne ro ḟíala a hundred generous flitches LL 300b23 ( SG 371 ). coibsen fiala `sincere (frank) confessions' Ériu ii 55 § 5 . robsat fiala fairsinge a foirghneamha ` hospitable ' MR 102z . brugh fa f.¤ fá bhiadhaibh 's fá mhaoinibh, Keat. Poems 861 .

Compds.: with subst.: ¤ainech modest-faced (?), of generous bearing (?): abair fris ba f. ( ¤enech v.l.) ZCP xi 96 § 55 (as pred. = honourable and generous ?). ¤goit: Adharcán corn bói ac Diarmait | dobeirthea a fialghoit do mhnáibh, Acall. 136 (`generous drop ?' <Lat. gutta, Stokes; = fíalghait noble plunder i.e. wine ?). ¤garta noble generosity: Mugain ... rochren f. cen faill LU 1277 = LL 145b21 . ¤maisse: issi ar fialmasse iar fír | bith i fíadnaisse inn ardríg LL 376a51 . ¤slat a noble scion: ag fíalṡlait ḟóid Eithne IGT, Decl. ex. 1124 . With adj., gen. forming dwandwa-compds.: ¤chas generous, curly-haired (?) one: la Flann lasin f. ḟenech ZCP x 344 § 20 . ¤chorcra modest- blushing: a A., a ḟ., Acall. 6415 . ¤dána generously bold (?): Fiacha f. TBC² 2107 . TBC 2823 . ¤garg generous and stern: slóg ... na mac mór fialgharg, Acall. 1996 . ¤nár modestly-generous: ba f. fria hathchuingid hé, Acall. 2012 (`delicately generous' SG ii 152 ). ¤náirech id., ib. (v.l.). superl. fer ba fialnáirige roboí a nEirinn Acall. 7965 . With adj. formed from subst.: ¤buidnech `of generous bands ': Inber fialbuidneach Fele, Leb. Gab. i 272.21 . ¤chrechach: flaith[ius] Fiachach fialchrechaig LL 127b47 (`the generous raider' MacCarthy 165 ).

Cf. 3 fíal.