firét

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Forms: firéada

n ferret (Norman-Fr. borrowing): firéad 'ferret' P. O'C a p. mar firéada , Aithd.D. 45.6 .

fírgille

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n in Laws a true i.e. correct deposit or pledge (?) ; a pledge for `fír' (see 1 fír, c) (?) : arach fir fri firgílli, Cōic Conara 17.1 ; 45 § 73 .

fírián

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x see fírén.

fíriánaichthe

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Forms: fírianichthi

adj io-iā (part. of fíriánaigidir) justified: n p. hóre ronsoírni híc a peccatis nostris condan fírianichthi úadib Wb 2d14 .

fíriánaigidir

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Forms: rafirianigestar, rofírianiged

v g (fírián, fírén) justifies, makes righteous: massu recht firianigedar cách Wb 19b1 . (with pron. suff.) firian- ichthi a hiress his faith justifies him 2b28 (= iustificanda Asc. cccxxv , but see Ped. ii 149 ). perf. rafirianigestar a hiress his faith has justified him Wb 19b13 . in firinne rondfír- ianaigestar som Dia `the justice wherewith God justified him' Ml 19d16 . pass. rofírianiged Wb 2b24 . Cf. fírénaigid and fírinnigud.

fíriánugud

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Forms: fírian- ugud

n u,m. (vn. of fíriánaigidir) justification: fírian- ugud (gl. iustificatio) Wb 3d25 . 4b17 . d10 ; 12 .

firíne

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Forms: firini

n m. (dim. of fer) a mannikin: firini a ludhughudh, Auraic. 1796 (decl. of `fer').

fírinne

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Forms: fírinde, fírinni

n ,f. (abstr. of fírián (fírén), Thurn. Gr. 569 , Ped. i 477 ).

(a) justice, righteousness , usual sense in O.Ir. ; gen. = iustitia in Wb : as abstr. of fírían : at firiansu ... tale damsa a log ar epirt do firinne lat Ml 36a32 . fírinne Dáe (= iustitia Dei) 55d11 . á íc tria firinni fessin (= de suis virtutibus) 33b5 . comallad inna firinne (= adservandae iustitiae) 94b3 . amal foruigensid do peccad, fognid do fírinni Wb 3b28 . fírinde (= iustitia, one of the Cardinal Virtues) PH 4609 . na dernaid bar fhírinde fia[d] dóinib 5964 . ni chomainse th'irinne ar thoil daine do not spurn thy righteousness to please men LU 3501 ( SC 26 ). iar f.¤ by right, justly LU 9157 ( FB 89 ). a du. tadbat ... dā rect et dī fírinni Wb 4d10 . grian na firinne .i. Íssu Crist `the Sun of Righteousness' Lism.L. 28 .

(b) truth , usual sense in Mid. Ir., already freq. in Glosses ; transl. veritas Wb 9b16 . 22d16 . Ml 35b19 . firinne na n-ebraide = Hebraica Veritas Hib. Min. 10.338 . denum tintuda inna firinne file isind ebrae isin laitin Ml 2d11 . ho firinni inna stoir from the literal truth Ml 14a5 . ind f.¤ inna stoir 24d12 . iar firinni stoir 50a8 . firindi in sceóil the true story LL 295a17 . rolabair in fhírinde truth spoke PH 4881 . is mi ata ar fírinni `tis I am right LL 265a20 ( MU² 410 ). is sinne ata for f.¤ PH 2671 . is iat búi for fírinn[i] ┐ in lucht ele for góe, CCath. 1311 . dobiur-sa mo breithir ḟ.¤ fris 1298 . In adjuration : ar t'ḟírinni riutsa, nā furáil ... 1659 . Of a promise or pledge : da thucta [sic] fhīrinde re m'anacul if thou wouldst pledge thy word ZCP vi 69.29 .

(c) truthfulness, trustworthiness: ass foirfeacht a ffirinne is siad ... iss gardae do rīghoip, Fl. Earls 92.25 .

fírinnech

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adj o-ā

(a) true, veracious: co f.¤ verily, in truth LB 133a2 . compar. ni is firindige, Corm. Y 32 . Adv. go f.¤ truly Comp. ConC. 73.13 .

(b) genuine, real: eaglas ḟ.¤ , O'Hussey T.C. 33 . aithrighe ḟírindech BCC § 236 . don aithrighe fhírinnigh ┐ bhréige, TSh. 4411 .

(c) trustworthy, reliable: as fírinneach an rádh faithful is the saying (Gk. πιστός) 1 Tim. i 15 (1681 ; [ata] an rádhsa f.¤ 1602 ). Superl. gurab iad is firinnighi dhírghe neimhfhealltaighi ... fon doman, Fl. Earls 92.22 . is í sin céadfaidh is fírinnighe, Keat. ii 557 .

fírinnigud

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n u,m. (fírinne) justifying, justification: oglinath ind firinnigtho Wb 3d22 . See fíriánaigidir.

firleac

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ind (= fír + leac ?) : an faircle firleac fionnaolta na feineistre (sic MS.), Hugh Roe 288.27 (f. 76a) .