fidot

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Forms: fidad, fidhat, fidhout, fhidaiti

, earlier idath n I wild cherry (?): idath (idha, idadh, hidha, v.ll.), Celtica xi 115 . fidad, Thr. Ir. Gl. 21 s.v. fé. fidhat, Auraic. 1156 . fidhout 4251 . g s. flesc fhidaiti ib. = f. idaith, Corm. Y 606 . cáera ibair, | fidait, fir (MS. coera iob- caora fir; in marg: nó fidhuid), Murphy Lyrics 12 § 15 . Cf. fíacla ... mar cáenna ṡlat bfidhaid bfinn (: spirait) IGT, Decl. ex. 408 . See edad.

II A cudgel or stick (see Wortk. 200 ): gur gabas- tar fidat TBC p. 899 n.1 (St = fiodhath H. fogeist LL). bentatar tri fidot LU 5282 (= fidṡlatta findchuill TBC 1433 ). Cf. rogabastár idata aurslaicthi a ech LU 6396 = fidhada H 2.17 .

1 fidrad

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Forms: fidraid, fidradaibh

n o,n. later m. (also ā,f. ) coll. (fid.). The fem. collective may be a later formation, the old word being a noun of nature or material like clesrad, samrad (see Thurn. on echrad, KZ xlviii 64 ).

(a) trees, a wood: fo ḟ.¤ Pardois SR 1340 . fri f.¤ , 1390 . Fig. for f.¤ n-ais `a wood of age' RC xxvi 28.111 . pl. tibit fidraid `woods smile' 32.152 . Transf. of branches, etc.: fiodhradh bile TD 29.30 . fiodh- radh feóir `grassy stalks' ib. 9 . Gen. of trees regarded as timber: do fidrud saindil Secheim of Shechem wood SR 4224 . d'f.¤ [figrad v.l.] na ruadrama ` handles ' CCath. 2794 . ni deligthe acht a rusclána ria fidradh (of the timber of ships) 1911 . do buain fhidhraid ┐ adhbair loingis, L.Chl.Suibhne § 9 . crann mór d'aoinfhiodhraidh áluinn (of a flagstaff) GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 102 . do chaoilḟíodhraidh ML 76.2 . pl. cona fidradaibh brec-rin[n]ta forta, CCath. 5463 (of arrows; `barbs ' ? Stokes, but perh. part of shaft).

(b) letters (of alphabet): da chomfhuaim fhidraid two alliterating words Auraic. 5363 . ēcomuaim fidraid breaking of allitera- tion 5217 . co n-imuaim fidraig IT iii 29.12 . f.¤ cubaid harmonious lettering, harmony of letters, alliteration betw. final word of a stanza and the first accented word of the follg. one Fél. 14.30 ; also called f.¤ freccomail (.i. occomol a deirid fri tossach [ar]aile iar fedaib) IT iii 30.27 . Cf. fidhradh .i. culadh, O'C. 147 (< H 3.18, 652 ).

(c) signification (?), explanation (?): atchonnarc aislingthi ... in fitir nech úaib a ḟ.¤ ? RC xiii 72.18 . is dorcha a f.¤ inn airchedail, Ériu v 32.7 .

Cf. figrad.

2 fidrad

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n custom (?); (increase (?): fiodhradh .i. nós, O'Cl. fiodhradh [fioghradh, fireach v.l.] nós, fíreach [fioghradh, fiodhradh v.l.] biseach, Met. Gl., Ff. 43 . Here, perhaps: a Emain idnach óebind | asa f.¤ adfeidim LL 21a6 . Cf. fidrad .i. firindi, Lec. Gl. 437 .

Cf. figrad.

3 fidrad

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x see figrad.

fidradach

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n [n],m. (1 fidrad), coll. timber: L.Chl.Suibhne § 9 (early 16th cent.). Of material for a ship (perh. the ship itself): issé sin an figradach ... re fuil a ndán do Chlainn tS. dul a nAlbain arís ib.

fidratacht

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n acht nach iara fein fidhratacht ZCP viii 549. 20 = TBC p. 233 n. 5 (< H 2.17 = nach cuinge fen ugra no imreasain St).

fidrén

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Forms: fidréan

n m. some kind of noise (apparently a rushing, whizzing sound): in fuaim ┐ an fothram ┐ in fidren (`Sausen' Wind.) TBC 3307 . fidréan 5036 . 5050 . 5072 . resin fidhrén ┐ resin fothram (of stags and boars, `rushing noise' SG ii 124 ), Acall. 913 . fidhrén na sleige 2159 . go rola rot rourcuir di ┐ a fidren bodba ... eiste (a spear), CCath. 5601 . f.¤ [figren v.l.] na foga, CCath. 906 . 5116 . 5915 . f.¤ na saigheat 3130 . f.¤ na fanngaīthi 5437 . f.¤ ruadlasrach romōiri, TTebe 2245 . fidhren na fer ag cirrad corp, Ériu viii 44.19 . Cf. fothrom ┐ faidhrean na bhfogha, Todd Lect. iv 94.5 .

*fidros

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Forms: fidruis

n (= fid + ros `wood,') wooded promontory (?): g s. hi forbol feada fidruis , Anecd. i 11y .

fidrubae

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Forms: ḟidruinne, fiodhrubha

n io,m. a natural fence or thicket (?): ni bu inmuin fid fuirme ... nīm-anaicc a fidrube, Corm. Y 56 = ḟidruinne LB (`Waldhag' Bruchst. i § 134 ). Leg. fidmuine? bat fál is bat fidruba, Met. Dinds. iii 96.10 (hence fiodhrubha .i. muine ┐ fiodh .i. cumasg droighnigh ┐ coilleadh no crann tre n-aroile, O'Cl. Hermathena xiv 479 ). See ZCP xix 126 .

fiduid ?

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ind see fidot.

fidur ?

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Forms: fuidar

n f. .i. fath knowledge (?) Lec. Gl. 454 = fuidar ib. M 262 . Cf. figair.