fidur ?

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Forms: fuidar

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

fiern

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x see 3 fern.

1 figair

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x see fíadair.

2 figa(i)r, fiugair

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Forms: figor, fiugor, figuir, fiugrae, figraib, figair, fiugair, fioghaireacha

n ā,f. (Lat. figura) O.Ir. n s. figor Wb 18c10 et pass. ind fiugor Ml 45a3 . Thes. ii 252.2 . d s. figuir Sg 73b1 . g s. inna fiugrae Ml 45a2 . d p. hi figraib , Thes. ii 255.13 . Mid.Ir. figair, fiugair. In later lang. often declined as guttural stem, exx. below. Cf. IGT, Decl. § 185 .

(a) figure, type, symbol (in Glosses used as equivalent of Lat. figura in that sense): ind altoir fiugor ind ingrimme, in cailech is figor inna eclaise, Stowe Miss. 64b ( Thes. ii 252 ). figor recto aicnith ib. rūn ... inna fiu[g]rae rongab in fāith Ml 38c7 . ata f.¤ aige-so in Leuitico a type PH 7686 . fiugra ┐ foiscthe fetarlaicthe 5293 . fiugair na fírḟastini a visible sign, symbol LL 230b7 ( TTr. 979 ). fioghair ┐ sompla, MacAingil 100.2 . hí figuir .vii. ṅdāna spiritus in type of Thes. ii 254.9 . co figuir (.i. ... co figuirdacht) LU 825 ( ACC 59 ). i ḟiguir ... in spiruta nóib LB 54b20 ( PH 5520 ). dā berla .lxx. ... i fidair no [ = na] da descepul .lxx. BB 300a32 . fioghracha ┐ furḟogartha na Páise, Eochairsgiath 27.14 .

(b) A pre- figuring, premonition, portent: co ticfad in tromdamh sin ... amail do bhi a fighair ┐ a ḟaistine doibh CF 89 . amhail boi hi ffíoghair ┐ hi ffaistine dhóibh, Cog. 84.22 . fiogurcha [sic MS.] an écca signs of approaching death Hugh Roe 226.23 (f. 60b) . ? fer ... hi robái figuir o Día who had a pre- monition from God (?) Lat. Lives 6. 11 (of a pagan who did honour to Patrick) = Trip. 44.7 (`a nature from God' Stokes).

(c) outward figure or form: i ndeilbh fhiugra in chuirp RC xxxvii 348 § 53 . corab ar a fidhair fen do cruthaigh Día e BCC § 408 . a bhfioghair draguin, MacAingil 124.13 . do réir ḟioghrach duine, Isa. xliv 13 . i fhigair crabaidh in the guise of piety ZCP iv 389.6 .

(d) an image, likeness, representation (= `delb'): calga ... co fuigirrib [leg. fiu- grib?] humae foaib IT iii 239.141 . fiodhair ┐ pictuir ┐ dealbh Muire, Fl. Earls 48.10 . fiodhair-dhealp 112.18 . fidhracha Sancta Caterina 246.10 . fioghaireacha diagrams Corp. Astron. 148.5 . a sraid son Niocolás aig fiodhair an tairbh duibh at the sign of the Black Bull Abbot-Gwynn Cat. 225 .

(e) by extension, of sounds: f.¤ sibsanach a mbil-chimhas ... ica n-imcomailt frisna hasanaibh ` harsh rustling ' CCath. 4649 . la fiugair na gaeit[h]e 2871 .

figairemail

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Forms: fioghaireamhuil

adj i figurative, symbolic: Adv.: trí neithe chial- luigheas an íodhbairt so ... go fioghaireamhuil , Eochairsgiath 34.19 .

? figdírged

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Forms: figdírged

vb. pass. pret. ro figdírged a canuch cetamuin do cach laech LL 109b42 ( RC xiv 416.6 ).

fige

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Forms: fighe, -dha, fighe, figthe

n ,f. (vn. of figid) fighe (n p. ¤, -dha) IGT, Decl. § 3 . fighe III § 71 . weaving, intertwining, plaiting; a woof or plait: oc ind figi (of spiders) Ml 111b17 . hi figi (gl. in telas) ib. 16 . a tela .i. o figi, O'Mulc. 305 . f.¤ .i. quia figitur i ngarmnaib 536 . fighe quia figitur .i. gontar í iccá denam, Corm. Y 614 . garman cona slatuibh fighe `weaving rods' JRSAI lxiv 102 . ic figi corrthairi TBC 203 . ag fighe chreas is corrthar IGT III ex. 184 . fighi daman allaidh spider's web Ir. Texts i 3 § 8 . aiced fige weaving-implements Laws i 150.6 . don mnai [ḟ]igi 152.6 Comm . crann mna fighi BNnÉ 191.24 . ic figi chasil LL 358a22 . ferbolg di figi rond crédumae LU 10808 . f.¤ thrébraid ... do ḟéraib úra a wreath LB 138b8 ( Hog. Nenn. 66 ). Of pleaching wattles, etc.: fenamain .i. fighi mín, O'Dav. 868 . Laws iv 114.4 Comm. Of plaiting hair: da trilis ... ḟ.¤ ceithri ndual ceachtar ṅde a plait of four strands BDD 1 . IT i 119.21 . as é budh ferr ... d'fighe folt RC xxiv 46.2 . go ndearntaoi fighe ḟuilt air, Keat. ii 5205 . doraga Fer D. fo nua-maisi ḟigi ┐ ber[r]tha TBC² 2423 . Fig. : fri ferga f.¤ weaving of strife Met. Dinds. iii 272.27 . figi dreann ITS v 42.7 . na faltanais ... ag fighe ┐ ag forbairt isna fearaibh ML 80.23 . imda fili ga ḟoil oigi | ga figi (of making verses) IGT, Decl. ex. 164 . ón duain go haonrann d'ḟighe TD 14.6 . fighe lámha Dé an duine, PBocht 56z . The follg. exx. may represent an analogical form *figed, u,m.: Muinech figthe [fichi, fithe, fithi MSS.] cath M. who wove battles Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 53 § 6 . sás fighthe [fichthe v.l.] chogaid one fit to wage war TD 26.24 . But cf. 1 fichid.

fíge

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Forms: fígeadha

n f. a fig: ficus .i. na figeda (sic leg.) RC ix 234.9 . figida tirma, Ros. Angl. 114y . dentur cotunna dona figedaibh 104.14 . amhuil f.¤ thuites don chrann fíge, Isa. xxxiv 4 . crann fíge, Mark xi 13 . pl. fígeadha, Canticles ii 13 . do chrainn fígheadh, Jerem. v 17 . aimsir na bhḟíghidhe, Mark xi 13 . See fíc.

figeachán

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Forms: figheach- áin

n o, m. (fige) something woven or plaited: pl. figheach- áin d'obair shlabhruidh wreaths 1 Kings vii 17 .

figedóir

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Forms: figheadóir, -óir, -óra, -órach, -óire, -óraigh, figidóir, figheadóir, fíghea- dóra

n i,m. figheadóir (g s. -óir, -óra, -órach, n p. -óire, -óraigh) IGT, Decl. § 50 . A weaver: figidóir (gl. textor), Ir. Gl. 1095 . figheadóir, Isa. xxxviii 12 . re garmain fíghea- dóra , 1 Sam. xvii 7 .

figel(l)

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Forms: figheal, feigheal, -li, uigil, figli

n f. (Lat. vigilia) figheal feigheal (g s. n p. -li) IGT, Decl. § 54 . The late form uigil ( MacAingil 271.16 etc.) is possibly due to influence of etymol. A vigil; a (nocturnal ?) religious observance varying in nature and performed either by an individual or a congregation: fighell a vigilia .i. frithaire, Corm. Y 624 . O'Mulc. 535 (ficell). fighil .i. molad, O'Dav. 889 (quoting Fél. Dec. 8 , see below). Stowe Gl. 384 . fighill .i. clechtain (leg. slechtain) ib. 385 . fighill .i. urnaighthe doní duine ar a ghluinibh mar atá slechtain no meditátió , O'Cl. dorigni figill ... .i. dá cét déc slechtan leis cach laí ... LU 641 ( ACC 23 ). as í figheall as gnath lé D. na tri chaoga psalm do radh ina sheasomh, ┐ slechtain ar deireadh gach psailm, Rule of Tall. § 36 (cf. Mon. Tall. § 5 . RC xv 491 ). fit, foss, figell, Mon. Tall. § 47 . dognisom figild matin (leg. matni ?) § 5 . suíri figli exemption from vigils § 15 . figell nóna, Rule of Tall. § 27 . do Christ cachain figil, Fél. Dec. 8 . figell fo déraib ZCP vii 311 § 14 . is ann so eistfes sibh ... an uiccil-so BNnÉ 57.12 . pl. figli, Arch. iii 314 § 28 . carais figle, Fél. May 26 . co fighlib ZCP vi 83.29 . trosgadh an chorghuis ... ┐ na uigiledh ( fast-days preceding religious festivals), MacAingil 289.10 .

See cross-ḟigell.