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.

fíaltóc

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x see íaltóc.

fíalus

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Forms: fíalas, —ais, —asa

n u, o, m. (cf. 3 fíal) fíalas (g s. n p. —ais, —asa) IGT, Decl. § 38 .

(a) consanguinity, kinship, relationship: ba focus a fialus a ndís the two were near relatives PH 862 . is fagus t'ḟuil ┐ t'f.¤ dam CF 144 . is e so cardius Crist ┐ na n-apstal do neoch isa fialus boi fris dib of such of them as were related to him LB 151by . iar n-imcein fialusa in distant relationship Laws iii 488.6 Comm. muna rabhut in treas glun d'fh.¤ diblinaibh the third degree of kinship (i.e. second cousins) Marco P. 180 . d'ḟachraibe a ḟialusa MR 238.13 . tre chomh- mbáidh fialasa sympathy of kinship Keat. i p. 50.20 . daoine ... da ḟine fein ┐ da ḟialus FM vi 2148.7 . In concrete sense a relative (?): a cho[m]slointhe .i. fialusa, Laws ii 380.22 . Affinity (fig. ): is inann `analogia' ┐ fialas éigintech ... chum gabála na foirme `a necessary affinity for the assumption of form' O'Gr. Cat. 254.20 . cosmailes ┐ fialas na foirime ... ┐ brighi disle in leighis `similarity and analogy of the form of the medicine to and with the proper virtue of the same' 234.13 . copulatio literarum ... .i. ... comthinol na litir cona fialus, Auraic. 1747 .

(b) kindred, family: fualas no fialas .i. muinntear go lionn a fualais .i. a fialais .i. a muinntire, O'Cl. (ref. to co lín a fualais, Dinds. 26 ; 82 ). gur fhógair Dia do Abraham ... teach a athar ┐ a fhialas do thréigean, TSh. 8424 .

1 fíam

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n a chain (?): f.¤ .i. slabradh ..., a mbraigit fri fiam, O'C. 1483 (< H 3.18, 661 ). fiamh .i. slabhradh, O'Cl. Cf. dā fotalsciath leo, dā ḟiamchalad arcaid for cechtar de TBC² 2802 ; glossed by O'Cl.: da chruadhslabhradh airgid.

2 fíam

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n a track (?): fiam .i. lorg, Corm. Y 641 . O'Cl. (fíamh).

fiam

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Forms: f.

n (disyll. ) horror, fearfulness (?): fáilti fri cech n-oidid | asa fortrén fiam `whose horror is excessive' (of deaths of martyrs) Fél. Prol. 50 (.i. grannai LB). grānna no adhuath- mar, O'Dav. 885 . Hence, probably f.¤ = .i. grānda, Stowe Gl. 387 . O'Cl. (fiamh).

fíamach, fimach

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adj o-ā Of things: s e fatha f.¤ da fuil | bās Flaithbertaigh BB 50b8 ( MacCarthy 420.2 ). bās don gharg fatha fiamhach ib. BB 50b 5 ( MacCarthy 418.29 = fiadhnach, Lec. [621]b in both passages); the adj. perh. refers to the nature of F.'s disease, see MacCarthy 420.3 . fuaradar inad f.¤ farairi a nglind dorcha `dreadful' (secluded ?) TTebe 897 . fiamhach liom turas Torna (first line of poem), Ériu viii 96.1 . ba hathchosanach, imdherccthach, fiomach, forgruamdha an fiadhucchadh fuair ó chomhairle Shaxan ` sharp ' FM vi 2142.18 (of reception of Essex in London in May 1600; reserved ? sinister ?). Of persons, seems used in favourable sense: fer fathach f.¤ fírglicc LL 174a19 (` modest ' CRR 19 ; of one chosen as envoy for these qualities). fer f.¤ fírglicc ` cunning ' (of Ulysses) Mer. Uil. 39 . fer f.¤ fírgáeth 88 . gid fata robeth fer f.¤ firglic ac mideamain `modest' TTebe 733 . Diarmaít fiamhac[h] IT iii 15 § 36 = fianach 44 § 61 . batar fiamaigh frithalmuaigh `cunning' (of Nisus and Euryalus) Aen. 2064 . fednacha fīrmōra fíamhacha ` terrible ' Celt. Rev. iv 14.11 . YBL 338a9 . The rendering `modest', in some of the above citations seems taken from O'R. The orig. sense may be dark, hidden, secret or someth. similar, hence of persons, close, secretive > astute. See fiamuchraid.

fiamuchraid

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Forms: fíamachraid

n d s. (leg. fíamachraid< fíamach ?): ni bói ní ba siriu ic f.¤ ríu, TFerbe 63 (`bei dem klugen Gerede (?)' Wind.; speaking darkly or ambiguously; quibbling ?).

fíamuin

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Forms: fíad- muin, fiadmuin, fiadhmuine

n some kind of swift-footed animal (the spelling fíad- muin is perh. due to association with 2 fíad): fiadmuin .i. fiadmíla bid i muine, Corm. Y 646 (pl. or collect. ?). luai- thidir fíamuin, Bodl. Corm. s.v. prull (fándli no fiamain LB). BDD 135 . LU 9122 ( FB 87 ). TBC 5634 St (fiamhain). pl. [do]coislet fort fiadhmuine O'Dav. 627 . cf. coisle fiamoin ([.i.] siubhal sionnach no mactire) Hard. ii 294.12 .