1 finnaid

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Forms: finnais

v (1 finn)

(a) makes white: ra ḟind turned it white Met. Dinds. iii 378 . is tú do dhonn í is do fhionn, Dán Dé xxix 15 . rod dearg a Aedh is rod ḟinn IGT III ex. 718 .

(b) becomes white: pret. sg. 3 finnais LU 1736 ( RC ix 480 ).

2 finnaid

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x see fennaid.

3 finnaid

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x see ro-finnadar.

finnalt

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(? 1 finn + 1 alt (c), ZCP xxxix 8 )

ind : relat ... | iar finnalta fri sid sloig | inganta móir mo rig réil SR 7831 ; 'in bright measures for the peace of the people, the great wonders of my illustrious King' ZCP xxxix 8 . fri timarcain cáich fo recht | iar finnaltaib fath firchert 7098 ; 'to compel all under the Law according to the blessed utterances of true prophets' ZCP xxxix 8 .

? finnche

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n name of a plant: duibithir ... caera finchi ZCP ix 167.25 (= caire findchi H 3. 18 p. 10 ). finnche ond ni is fenecu[lu]m i.e. rota [ = ruta ?] nigra ut dicitur: is duibidir findchi, O'Mulc. 540 .

? finnchor

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ind fearrdhacht fionnchoir .i. neart eolais, O'Cl. A compd. of 1 find ? (possibly = ḟionnchóir).

1 finne

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Forms: ḟinde

n ,f. (1 finn) fairness (of hue, complexion), brightness: finne ... solus imchisin, O'Mulc. 538 . inmain foltán co finde LB 275a30 ( SG 58z ). inmhuin aghaidh gu bfinne, Ériu xi 205.12 . fín co f.¤ ` sparkling wine ' Met. Dinds. i 30.42 . do shiol na riogh go ffinne BNnÉ 140.38 . g s. ben co n-áibe ḟinde , Met. Dinds. iii 94.9 .

? 2 finne

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n attendance (?): f ¤.i. friothaileamh, a ghile nocha dhlighe luach finne .i. luach friothailmhe, O'Cl. Very doubtful.

fínné

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n m. (? < fír nDé, Celtica iii 169 , but see Éigse xviii 107-9 ) witness, testimony: is náir an f.¤ shameful the testi- mony PBocht 9.4 . cóig croidhe ar a bhfuil f.¤ (: Dé), A. Ó Dalaigh xxiv 1 . ar chách mar chuirthear fínné PBocht 25.37 . ag seo finné Dinis Í A., ┐ Eóin i Ch. air údhacht Uilliam ... í Ch. ML App. 184 . dá bhféaghthaoi ar bhfínné if the testimony about us were considered PBocht 23.1 . g s. ag déunamh f.¤ dona Híuduidhibh, Acts xviii 5 . Hence pro- bably finné, fiaghnuise, Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 347 ). do ni dfinne go bfuil ... bears witness that it is ... Rule of T. p. vi . i ló in fhinné Doomsday O'Gr. Cat. 486.1 . tráth an fhínné, Dán Dé v 48 . Cf. mar fínéidhthear `as witnesses testify' Ó Bruad. iii 18 .

finnell

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Forms: finneall

n (variant of finnén ?) a shield: f.¤ .i. sgiath, O'Cl. finneall, Met. Gl. Ff. 37 (one of the terms for shield).

finnemail

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adj (1 finn ?) whitish, white (?): de sgoraidibh finn- eamhla ITS i 8.12 .