3 fíal

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adj (in compds. = 1 fíal ?) kin, related: n ¤chara a kinsman: dia ḟialchartib ┐ dia chartib olchena LB 142b31 . ¤charatrad relationship: atá ar fialcharadrad araen .i. M. ... do tṡen- mathairsiu derbtṡiur m'atharsa `we are related, M., thy grandmother, being own sister to my father' Acall. 5751 . ¤chairdes, —ius id.: tria connailbi ┐ tri fialcardius, Cog. 74.18 . Cf. fíalchaire and fíalus.

? fíala

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n abundance, profusion (?), hospitality (?) (cf. 1 fíal): roddet i lLaignib dom deóin ... f.¤ [bī]d beoda bladaig, Ériu viii 68.43 (< LL 31a13 , féile um biadh v.l.).

fíalach

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adj o-ā (2 fíal ?) veiled (?): of a woman: an fialach saor Sacsanta, Cl.AB 206.92 .

fíalaigid

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Forms: fialaigim, -dim

v g (2 fíal) veils, covers: fialaigim [-dim MS.], gl. Lat. velo, Corm. Y 626 . Cf. fíallgud.

fíalchaire

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n ,f. (fíalchar) kindred feeling or affection: gan ḟialchaire, gan chomḟégadh comaltais MR 298.21 . fiar- chairi (fialcoire v.l.) chairdisa re Tiauandaib, TTebe 2756 . fear a chrotha, a ḟola ┐ a ḟialchaire a man so handsome, so noble, so generous (?) FM vi 2176.20 `of his ... hospitality' O'D.).

fíalchar

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adj o-ā (cf. 3 fíal) having the love of kindred; akin: ar ecnairc na fola fialchaire (of Christ's blood) LB 74c13 = fírchaire (v.l. fíncare), Ir. Lit. 42 .

fíallach

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x see fíanlach.

fíallachus

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n soldiership (?): ba hōc h'f.¤ intan dodeochad cucond `thou wast treated hospitably' RC xxi 152.11 (on p. 402 Stokes explains it as `private parts' < 1 fíal which seems far-fetched and unlikely).

fíallgud

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Forms: ffal-étgud

n m. gebid in rí a ḟ.¤ n-imétrom n-imthechta immi TBC 966 = a edgudh n-imettarlomh St; `sein leichtes Reisegewand' Wind., taking it as = ffal-étgud. Possibly vn. of fíalaigid, in concrete sense.

fíalmar

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adj o-ā (1 fíal) noble-natured, generous (?): Fionn f.¤ , Oss. iv 214 .

fíaltech

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n s,n., later m. (1 fíal ?) a privy, jakes: PH 2106 . Anecd. i 1.7 . salchar bís i ḟéltig LB 70aw = PH 6064 . triasan ffiailtigh FM vi 1912z = tres an fféltigh, Hugh Roe f. 5b gusan fiailteach ib.