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.

figrad, fiugrad

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n u, m. (vn. of figraid).

(a) symbolizing; pre- figuring, presaging; a foretoken, portent: bai corp Adaim trib trathaib | cen anmain ... | ic f.¤ Crist d'esserge SR 1048 . oc fiugrad Crist do chrochad iar tain LB 110a42 ( MacCarthy 48.15 ). ic fiugrad cacha fíruilc, MR 168.2 . f.¤ [fidradh v.l.] firuilc, TTebe 750 . fidgrad faistine 2585 .

Cf. fidrad.

figraid, fiugraid

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Forms: rofiugrad

v ā (figair) prefigures, foretokens: crēt fígrus ┐ ḟollsiges in crand út LB 221b23 . pass. pret. is heside rofiugrad i rrecht Wb 18c8 , 13a36 . amal rofiugrad irrúnaib recto 15a31 . a tairchet et a nrofiugrad di Críst `what has been prophesied and ... figured of Christ' 15a34 . acht nad fess ... cid ro fiugrad and, Thes. ii 252.18 . co rofíugrad ┐ co roterchanad ... esergi Crist PH 3422 . mar do roimh- ghealladh ┐ do ḟioghradh ar ttigherna san sgrioptuir, Luc. Fid. 165.3 .

figraigid

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v (cf. figraid) prefigures, typifies: do ḟioghraigh go cclaoifedh Críost athach iffrinn, MacAingil 425.13 .

? figrán

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n point (of a weapon) ? is i no marbad in trichait ibuiden dia figran ┐ dia aureil `with its point or with its front-edge' (of a spear) Hib. Min. 78.30 (< Rawl. 82a49 ). Cf. fográin.

figrugad

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(vn. of figraigid) typifying, symbolizing: ag fiogha- rughadh an bhais roḟulang sud, Luc. Fid. 252.6 .

figthe

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adj io-iā (part. of figid) woven, intertwined, pleached, plaited: teach fichti (fithi, fithte v.l.) a house of pleached wattles BDD 6 . Cf. tech fithe, Ériu xi 44.25 . claideb ... hi truaill fichthi fithi findarcait (i.e. with an interlaced or intricate design ?) TBC² 2342 . coica claideb ... i truallib fichthib finnargit TFerbe 36 . gormanart ... go stuagaib fíthi figthi findruini TBC 5336 . dochuiredar a moing im gēsca ... ar is figthi robui (of Absolom) ZCP xiii 178.25 . cheangal d'obair ḟighthe of woven work Exod. xxviii 32 .

Cf. fíthe.

figurda

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adj io-iā (figair) figurative, symbolic: san gceill litiordha ... san gceill ḟioghardha, Luc. Fid. 244.15 . do hiodhbaireadh Críost go fioghartha i mbás Abel figuratively Eochairsgiath 27.36 .

figurdacht

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n ā,f. symbolism, allegory: aisneis díles cen fh.¤ PH 5654 . ro rannastar rainn co f.¤ ACC 59 .