2 fichid

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Forms: fig—, fiuch—, fiuchthar, fichter, fiochthar

v ī (stem also fig—, fiuch—). Orig. identical with 1 fichid, it is in older lit. influenced by and sometimes con- founded with the latter in fig. use. For meaning cf. gal abstr. of 1 fichid.

(a) boils, seethes, bubbles (intrans.), of liquids, either hot or cold : in cetna dabach ... f.¤ tairse boils over LU 3794 ( SC 36 ). in dabach aile ... fichis dornaib de boiled with bubbles as big as the fist LU 5202 = configfed durnu di TBC 1367 (ro ḟiuch, fiuchais, v.l.). tipra ... fichid dar múr, is dar mag, Met. Dinds. iii 326.36 (figid v.l.). tipra ... fichid fri aes fingaile `boils up' Ériu ii 114.1 . hi fail in tobair ... fiuchas ar theas in cech óidche, Alex. 349 . focheird in mbruth ... hisin muir coro fich in muir uile LU 1879 . ro fiuch in loch, Laws i 74.4 . a fuarán eagna gur ḟich, Content. xvi 79 . Of fire : ro saigh do meit in teined ... a fil do lindib isin domun ... ni airdibhdhabhad, ar is ferg Dhe fhiches ..., Ériu ii 134 § 112 = ni tene fhiuchus ann acht ferg Dia RC xxiv 381.17 . Cf. an chrithear do chaigleabair | do ficheadh rem oigdheadhuib IGT III ex. 621 . do éirigh a uaill ┐ do ḟiuch a ḟearg ML 138.29 . ca fróech na figed fri feirg? (`der nicht vor Zorn kochte' Wind.) TFerbe 266 . Cf. hi cath Crundmona ... a lám is a ferg rusfiuch, Fianaig. 74.29 (text doubtful ; rime with fuil seems required). fiuchais fercc Mhaol Rúaidhni ZCP viii 224 § 30 . ? Dondchad ... dia fich in domun daightheach `through whom boils the fiery world' Auraic. 2206 ( IT iii 7 ; 39 ). rofigh cocad mor i Laignib i n-agaid Cathail burst forth RC xxiv 64.25 . With transference of subj. : ro fích a nGrecaib in scél sin (= incensed the Greeks to fury) TTr.² 586 . ro fichustar im maithe Erenn in gresacht sin incensed the nobles Ériu v 116.51 . (Trans.) fiuchthar (fichter, fiochthar v.l.) mil let honey be fermented IGT III ex. 624 . is meisge feirge rodḟioch that enraged you Content. xii 2 .

(b) bursts, explode (?), of a rock :s ro fich ┐ ro lassai inn ail la ēc C., ┐ rosescaind blog dind ailig fo sūil N., Corm. Y 698 . For vn. see fichud.

fíchire

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n io,m. (1 fích) an inhabitant of a `fích' : huasal- fichire (gl. Areopagita Acts xvii 34 ) Arm. 182b2 ( Thes. i 497.30 ).

fíchmar

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adj o-ā (2 fích) angry, furious: fiuchadh fíochmhar feirge, Todd Lect. iv 96.4 . fan droing ḟíochmhair TD 16.9 . 'na bhfraischeathaibh ... fíochmhara feirge, TSh. 2074 . Adv. tháinic tú go fíochmhar chugam, Job xxx 21 . Compar. bá fíochmhuire bríathra fear Iúdah ná bríathra ḟear I., 2 Sam. xix. 43 . is ann sinn fa fichmure in faltanus ZCP vi 43.9 .

ficht

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adj (cf. 1 fichid) keen, sharp (?) : f.¤ .i. fēig, Corm. Y 660 . KZ xxxiii 82 , 85 . Cf. rodinfe faebra ficht (fiacht, fiachtar v.l.), Ériu ii 3.6 .

fichta

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x see fiuchta.

fichte

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x see figthe.

fichtech

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adj o-ā (fiche) pertaining to twenty: ba-sa indredach i mbasa f.¤ `when I was one of twenty' Tec. Corm. § 8 . o mbi mac co mbi .xx.tech till he is twenty years old H 3.18, 74c ( Arch. ii 199.14 ). co fichtig, Críth G. 67 . Kll. Enair for Aine ┐ f.¤ fuirre `the twentieth of the moon' ALC i 480.15 . Ann. Conn. 1277 § 1 . Cf. ginmótha oct-fichtech Feabra nama save that February alone has twenty-eight [days] MR 108.12 .

fichthech

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adj o-ā (cf. 2 fichid) seething, fuming, bubbling: ternam Iohain apstoil | slan ōnd ola ḟic[h]thech, Gorm. May 6 . do linn fígthech in ōir leghtha `by the boiling fluid' CCath. 142 . linn fola fichtighe 4133 . srotha fola figthigi LL 226a14 ( TTr. 650 ). Fig. fuming, furious: is é in t-usce f.¤ (of a warrior = martial?) LL 305b31 . fuailfed fergi fithigi (fichaidi v.l.), Tebe 3059 . ferga ficthecha (fiuchacha v.l.) 4489 . See fichdach, fiuchach.

fichtige

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n ,f. (fichtech) a period of twenty (days, years, etc.) : anud f.¤ `a stay of twenty days' Laws ii 104.12 Comm. a tri n-aesa .i. ceithri bliadna deg. fictigi ┐ trictaigi v 86.6 Comm . Here probably : tar fichtighe feithid, Ériu xiii 29.19 .

fichud

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Forms: fiuchud, —ad, ficheadh, feicheadh, fiuchadh, feachadh

n u,m. (vn. of 2 fichid) also fiuchud, —ad. ficheadh feicheadh fiuchadh (ó énchéill) [feachadh lochdach ón chéill sin] IGT III § 71 . Boiling, seething, fuming: atracht a ḟiuchad de (of a cauldron) PH 1265 . go mbeantaoi fiucha minic asta making them seethe often Keat. ii 5110 . tabair cúic fiuchtha air boil it five times O'Gr. Cat. 182.35 . do bheir sé air a naigén fiuchadh, Job xli 31 . for f.¤ boiling, fuming: amal choire for fichud SR 8204 . amail tinniu i tenid cerdda for f.¤ LL 166a1 = amail tinde for fiuchud , Dinds. 120 . a bheithir ... a bolg ḟeichidh ḟírthobair IGT III ex. 622 . amhail fhairrge ar fiochadh = quasi mare fervens TSh. 7464 . Fig. of emotions, etc.: re fiuchud na ferge LU 6466 ( TBC 2615 ). Fianaig. 64.29 . CCath. 1686 . la fichiudh na férgi, TTr.² 1345 . fiuchadh foiréigneach na feirge, TSh. 1235 . fichidh dibheirge `surging of rapine' TD 18.38 (: crithir ; leg. ficheadh : crithear). i ttuinn fhichidh mh'aigeanta, Studies 1921, 75 . gan chrithir m'ḟeirge d'ḟiuchadh 1928, 452 . As epithet : fiuchadh fairge (of a king) BB 50b38 ( MacCarthy 424 ). Cog. 140.17 . a ḟicheadh guail gheintlighe, Studies 1928, 269 .

*ficid

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ind He dobera commain dam | is me ficfas commain dó, Anecd. ii 30.5 (Moling poems). Cf. tic gives ?