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.

figetóir

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x see figedóir.

figid

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Forms: fáig, fích, fig, ḟecht, ro-d-fáig, ros-figius

v i 3 s. perf. ro fáig , Met. Dinds. iv 96.52 . ro fích LL 194b27 . ro fig 370b16 . pass. ro ḟecht , Met. Dinds. iv 100.12 . Weaves, plaits, intertwines: étach rofig Maire mass LL 370b16 . lín anart ... Muiri óg ro ḟigestar he LB 158b35 . cloidem corthaire .i. cranda ... asa figther in corrthair, Laws i 152.18 Comm. d'ḟigheadar líonradh damháin ealluigh, Isa. lix 5 . Of hair: rofigedh, ro slemanchirad do chind Fergail F.'s hair was plaited RC xxiv 64.11 . Of pleached work, wattle: ciaso sóer rofích [-figh, -faid, -fháidh v.l.] in cléith? Met. Dinds. iii 100. 17 . Hence in wider sense of building: cía ro buí ... 'ca dénam? I. ... is G. sóer ó gáel fáel no figed (rofiged v.l.) (i.e. Ailech), Met. Dinds. iv 100.8 . ro-d-fáig `reared it' (the wall) 96.52 . Of lit. composition weaves together, compiles, composes: ro ḟigius ... craeb choibniusa clainne Nóe LL 143a35 = ros-figius, Rawl. 77b15 . faig ferb fithir (with gl. .i. noḟúaged nó noḟíged ... bréthir in forcetail) LU 785 (`the teacher said the word' ACC 52 ), conid da choímet na sochursin ro ḟigh Benen in saithe so sis BB 275a41 (`wove this poem' BR 144.27 ). mar fighim `as I relate' Leb. Gab. i 110.9 (with gl.: mar fuaighim nó mar fighim im' aisde). Other applications: fichset ... óenach saidbir `gathered a fair' Met. Dinds. iii 14.158 . fighim mōr caor ┐ cnú I gather together (?) Ériu ii 95 § 5 . cid frisi n-argither ana cuicti for in athgabail? ... fri urogra rofigedh `why is a stay of five days attached to the distress ? ... for warning it was done' ( framed, devised ? fixed ?) Laws i 252.2 Comm. fer figed feirg `that knit strife' Met. Dinds. iii 84.4 (but this may belong to 1 fichid). Vn. fige, q.v.

figige

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n a weaver: g s. (in compd.) bacan na bainfighidh webstress BNnÉ 191.4 . Cf. Fathger ingin Fighigi [Figide v.l.], Anecd. ii 56.4 .

fígín

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Forms: figinidhe

n m. (fíc) a fig: pl. is gnáth ... na figinidhe do thiormughadh, Corpus Astron. 54.24 . crann na bhfigin 2.23 .

figis

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see fithis.

figlech

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Forms: figlig

adj o-ā (figel) that keeps vigil; devout: Ériu iii 96 § 7 . firian f.¤ ZCP iii 21.22 . cetal fota f.¤ prolonged and fervent KMMisc. 212.8 . g s. m. la féil Ḟintain figlig ` prayerful ' Fél. Feb. 17 . bachal Feidlimidh fighligh AU 840 .

figled

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n u, m. (vn. of figlid) watching, keeping vigil: feib rosiacht in lethenach do fhigled `when he had finished studying the page' Aisl. MC 53.24 . ? doghén t'ḟighleadh co heólach, a inghean an ḟighleórach IGT, Decl. ex. 1301 .

figleóir

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Forms: fighleóir, -eóir, -eóra, -eórach, ḟighleórach

n i,m. a clever person, a skilled person, a knowledgeable person : fighleóir (g s. -eóir, -eóra, -eórach) IGT, Decl. § 50 . a inghean an ḟighleórach , ex. 1301 . fídhleóir (: scríbhneóir) fá lán do léigheann, Celtica ix 193 § 5 . fīghleoir (: ríghmheóir) caol ar gcruitire, Celtica xxii 168 § 8 . fíleóir, Plunkett s.vv. Classarius, Trossulus . fileóir, 'a spruce fellow, &C, a crafty fellow' Lhuyd s.v. fileóir, Appendix .

figlid

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Forms: figlem, figlis, rofigli, rofigle

v ī, (figel)

I Intrans. keeps vigil, keeps watch: figlem, lēgem, airnaigthem, Arch. iii 314 § 23 . pret. figlis (.i. dorigni figill) LU 640 ( ACC 23 ). perf. rofigli SR 1079 . rofigle 7599 .

II Trans. looks closely at, scans: figlis in mac légind in lethenach, Aisl. MC 53.22 .

figor

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x see figair.