fíata

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adj io-iā (cf. 2 fíad) wild, untamed: mucca fíata, Met. Dinds. iii 384.38 . croicne na n-anmann ff.¤ , BNnÉ 134.87 . gabhair fhíadhta, Job xxxix 1 . na hassail ḟíadhta, Ps. civ 11 . Of persons (= féta ?) : cf. ni hiongnadh liom tu bheith fiata `stuck up' (of a rejected lover), O'Gr. Cat. 607.26 (mod.). táin ḟíadhta ` valiant ' O'Bruad. iii 224 .

fíatacht

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n ā,f. (fíata) wild, untamed condition ; game (?) : leth-dire ... isin ḟiadh ┐ d'f.¤ ro gabad amuigh ann sin he, O'C. 1622 (< 23 Q 6, 7a ).

fíatghal

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x see fíadail.

? fíathach

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adj i tóraib fian f.¤ (nó frithach), Cóir Anm. 118 (: niathach) = i dtoraibh na bhfiatach (: niatach) `of the great ' Keat. ii 6385 . frithach (: nithach) is the reading of Rawl. 81a40 ( Otia ii 87 ).

? fibu

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ind Ériu ii 3. 9 (v.l. fiaba ib. 28.12 ). Cf. foaid.

fíc

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n f. (Lat. ficus)

(a) a fig ; a fig-tree: f.¤ ondi as ficus , O'Mulc. 528 . g s. duilli na fiche SR 1360 .

(b) in pl., piles, haemorrh- oids: imfolang galir ... ┐ fíce secda brond, Mon. Tall. 63 (cf. de ficu mortuus est AU 807 . ficcus .i. faithnidha boga bis laim ris in timtiracht, Ros. Angl. § 58 ). Compds. ¤aball a fig-tree: ficabull mor LB 158a55 . fichabhall [fidh— MS.], gl. ficus, Ir. Gl. 562 . ¤omna id.: ni frith fri līgthorba ndul | acht ind f. a hoenur SR 1362 . ficcommna LB 111a56 . See fíge.

1 fích

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Forms: f., ḟícha, fichaib

n m. and n. (Lat. vicus) a village ; a rural district, indefinite stretch of land: f.¤ (gl. municipium) Sg 53a12 . o f.¤ (gl. a pago) 37b21 . cusin (n-ua)sal(fích) (gl. ad Areo- pagum, Acts xvii 19 ) Thes. i 497 ( Arm. 182a2 ). fich .i. a uico .i. ārus, O'Mulc. 530 . f.¤ .i. ferann, Cóir Anm. 102 . O'Cl. (fioch). fic .i. fearand, ut est, dia roib a fich na gaite, O'C. 570 . (< H 3.18, 285 ) = O'C. 2041 (< H 4.22, 60b ). tar fic .i. tir, Laws iv 126.16 Comm. tar fich no tar tir, O'Dav. 967 . `fich' is `grian' fearann a bfad, Met. Gl., D 9 . Uilla Gamaliélis, f.¤ comfocus sin do Ierusalem PH 1519 . conice in fich dianad ainm hImmaus 6704 . g s. Sebasten ainm in ḟícha in ro adnacit 927 = ainm in fich aradnaiced, Fél. 190.14 . In wider sense : i fich Maige Murthemne RC xiv 400.25 ( LL 107bx ). bitís ... oc airitiud a cethra hi ḟich slebi Cille PH 1031 . Cf. hi fích in mara ac Muireisc, Met. Dinds. iii 428.24 . hi f.¤ Muirisc 428.37 . Brigit i fich Mane LL 368g48 . ? is aróen imréidmis | imthéigmis cach f.¤ TBC 3468 = TBC² 2657 (`Kampf' Wind., see 2 fích). cuirrich a curribus .i. fich carpait, Corm. Y 360 (= cuirrech ... .i. o chairpthib, Trans. Phil. Soc. 1859, 179 ). pl. i fichaib slebi Coreb on the skirts of Mount Horeb SR 3782 . baí 'na fichaib 4011 (: críchaib). gabsat 'na fíchaib thall thair settled in their lands Met. Dinds. iii 164.15 . Cf. the n.l. Fích mBuana LL 166b21 . Dinds. 106 . Met. Dinds. iv 180 .

2 fích

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Forms: fichi

n i (?), u,m. feud, enmity, anger, resentment: bái f.¤ do-sede do grés iar tain fri Macc C. `he always had a feud with M.' BDD 147 . is de sin roboí f.¤ bunaid etir maccu Morna ┐ Find a hereditary feud LU 3183 ( RC ii 90.5 ). fáss- aidh tnūth ... ┐ f.¤ adbul iter Poimp ┐ Iuil Cesair, CCath. 222 . ruc Ailill breith ... ba mór a ḟ.¤ oc Mac Con Mac C. resented it greatly (?) LL 27b27 . f.¤ an duilemhan risna dóeinib RC xxiv 379.4 . f.¤ na fer re cís the men's resentment of tribute BCC § 275 . ro gab fíoch ┐ format mór iad, Cog. 84.19 . mar cleith for a bhf.¤ ┐ naimdinus `as a protection against their feud' Marco P. 46 . atáid lán d'ḟíoch an Tigh- earna fury Isa. li 20 . ó'd chonnairc D., ... ┐ fíoch feirge fair furiously angry Ériu i 93.25 . fíoch troda ar gach droing TD 12.7 . fioch na trén-duilighe `paroxysm of sorrow' Gleanings from Ir. MSS. 18 . ? cath for Airgiallo i f.¤ Fiachrach `in vengeance for F.' Arch. Hib. ii 61.30 ( LL 183a8 ). g s. fo ... chomgráin ... a fichi ┐ a ferggi LL 232b40 ( TTr. 1156 ). le rómhéad a ḟíocha ┐ a ḟeirge CF 219 Eg. g p. Etarba na fích fuilech of bloody feuds Met. Dinds. iii 304.17 . Compds. With adj. : ¤innsaigthech aggressive, pugnacious: in flaithḟēinnid f., Fianaig. 78.10 . fíochmhálla ` slow to anger ' (furious but gentle ?) TD 26.18 . ¤miscnech cherishing anger and hatred: treturach fichmisgnech ZCP vi 286.30 . cath fichmeiscneach, Duan. F. i 88.27 . aingi- deacht f., Fl. Earls 124.6 . With subst. : ¤námha fierce enemy Studies 1919, 256 . ¤nim venomous wrath: teacht le fíochnimh, Oss. vi 202.10 . ¤rúathar a furious onset ML 86.32 .

fíchaigid

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Forms: nisfithided

v g (2 fích) causes enmity, stirs up strife (?) : cach do inluch ... ba he bes brogda Briccrenn, | iarum ni ḟích- aiged fill | is nos-sidaiged Ailill, Rawl. 156b22 = nisfithided BB 151b20 .

fíchamaíl

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adj i (2 fích) pugnacious, warlike: fa chlár f.¤ Fhéilim, Misc. Celt. Soc. 356.16 .

fichda

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adj io-iā (2 fichid) seething: meall ime agá leaghadh i gcoire fhiochdha, TSh. 5053 .