físsiu

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x see fís.

fit

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x see pit.

fíthal

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Forms: Fíthal

n (cf. Lat. vitulus. See also ZCP vi 435 ) a calf: f.¤ laogh bó, Corm. Y 583 . Cf. baothān (.i. laogh) ferb (.i. bō id est Fithil) ZCP v 484 § 9 (kenning for npr. Fíthal). fiothal (fíodhal) a fairy, hag or goblin ' P. O'C. ? a Fithail ... ní íath dochor for rathaib | fathaig cid fir nach fithail (: lithaib) LL 149a23 (: síthaig, Hib. Min. p. 82 ) = men that are not Fíthals, i.e. as well as F. (?). Cf. ní luaithe innte (= san uaigh] an fíothal foirbhthe ... ná an muarḟear groidhe O'Bruad. iii 8 .

fíthe

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adj io-iā (part. of fen— Cf. RC xl 356 § 246 ).

I Woven, plaited ; fenced: fíthe cerda (.i. dluthaim eladain) `weft of art' RC xxvi 20.51 . claideb ... hi truaill fichthi fithi findarcait (i.e. with an interlaced or intricate design ?) TBC² 2342 . cupa ḟíthe `chased cup' Studies 1927, 288 . gormanart ... go stuagaib fíthi figthi ... findruini (where stuag seems to mean `hook' or `loop') TBC 5336 . immu airícul fid fithi IT iii 53.1 . i ngar bhfionncholl bhfíthe ` thickly-growing ' TD 41.11 . Of houses : a n-aititin tighi fithi do denam ar a ferand, Laws v 316.9 Comm. cia ro cendaig duine ait cerdca no muillinn no thige fithi, O'C. 226 - 227 (< H 3.18, 122 ). See also s.v. foslat. teach fichti (fithi, fithte vl.). forche BDD 6 . tech fithe forchai, Ériu xi 44.25 . cf. loing- thighe ... arna gcar d'fheadhach fhíthe `of woven branches' Ériu v 56z . See also under II. Of hair : tred chéibh ... bhf.¤ , Dánta Gr.² 70.4 . Of eyelashes : ba mhór ṅfabhra bhf.¤ bhfliuch ... tuirseach, Ériu iv 62.17 . Of sheep (ref. to fleece ?) : don chrích ... na gcaorach bhf.¤ ; urra an treóid fh.¤ , Ir. Syll. Poetry 63 § 6 , § 9 .

II As subst. : tech n-inchis .uii. traighe ind. fithi ind co ruici fordorus. ete itir cach dara fithe co ruice clethe O'C. 807 ( H 3. 18, 373b ).

See figthe.

fithec, fidec

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Forms: fidfeccai, fidhic, fidice, fithechaib, bhfidh- isibh

n ā,f. an earthen (?) fort or rath: tobretha trí dúne dó [sc. Eogan Tuīdlech = E. Fitheccach] .i. Fithecc ainm cach áe ZCP viii 312.21 (= Fideg, Cóir Anm. 39 , fidfeccai ML 166 ). g s. búi gnīm dó hi cach ae ┐ bói fáith cacha fithicce diib ib. ZCP viii 312.24 . Of an underground tunnel or cave: a fidhacaibh talman, Marco P. 107 (= in cavernis subter- raneis Marco Polo ii 40 ). d s. gusin fidhic ib. g s. ar beluibh na fidice ib. For fithechaib ML² 149 ML 10.20 has bhfidh- isibh.

See follg.

fithecach

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Forms: Fithicech, Fidh- feccach, Fidegach, Fidhḟeacach

adj o-ā (fithec) : pn sobriquet of Eógan Mór : Eogan Fitheccach ZCP viii 312.13 = Fithicech ib. 24 , 27 . Fidh- feccach, Fidegach, Cóir Anm 36 , 39 . Fidhḟeacach, Keat. ii 4130 . By the mediaeval commentators taken as compd. of fid `wood' and feccach, from fec, see Cóir Anm. 39 ; ML 166 .

fithend

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n m. a male pig or boar (?) : fitheann .i. muc fireann, O'Cl. rucht fothuind f.¤ fói (illustr. of fothond .i. muclaithe), Corm. Y 662. Bruchst. i § 157 .

? fithiar

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ind Conall Cernach ... Mes De is Mes Dea dían, | Loegairi Cass da f.¤ ZCP viii 333.20 (sons of Amargen, Laud 610) = da fithian LL 331c27 . na fithniam BB 153b43 . moam bid [ = immá mbíd ?] bían, Rawl. 158.21 . Cf. (?) Aimergin Iargiunnuch isse romarb da ethíar RC xxiii 324 § 9n .

? fithicén

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Forms: fidaitcen

n (fid ?) some kind of tinder or firewood (?) : amal aed (.i. tenid) tria f.¤ LU 8895 ( FB 68 ; fidaitcen, Eg.). Cf. fitiucan.

fithidir

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Forms: fithir, fithidrea, fithirae, fithidire, fithithre

n m. also fithir ; g s. fithidrea, Bodl. Corm. s.v. lethech (fithidire Y. fithirae LB). a teacher, esp. one who instructed scholars (écsíni) in the poetic art ; a word of more restricted application than `aite' and later confined to poetic style. fithir .i. athair an foirceadail no na healadhna, O'Cl. fithir (.i. in fithidir .i. in magistir) RC xx 248 ( ACC 52 ). bíd Moninnán ... a athir, a ḟithithir `M. will be his father, his tutor' Im. Brain § 57 . fithithair fria fealmac (one of the legally recognized social connexions), Laws ii 344.4 (= in t-aite forcetail 348.20 Comm .). fear cerda, ma[d] fithír `a man of art, if a professor' iv 236.15 . bendachais dia fithir (.i. aite), Aisl. MC 11.3 . sóifid cách a dán i sáibforcital ... do chungid derscaigthe dia fithithir RC xxvi 42 § 223 . fithighir fer nErenn re filidhecht ┐ re senchus ALC 1506 . g s. isse ... bessad in gilla tosugud forcetail do t[h]engaid a fithidire , Corm. Y 676 (= fithera LB). ecsine ... co menmuin fithidire 825 = (s.v. lethech) a ḟithirae LB. móradh fithithire, Ériu xiii 25.7 . ? ca soitheach fithir is fó ? (.i. ca hadbhur oide) ZCP v 488.12 (B. na f.). pl. cona urērset felmaic a fithithre `so that pupils will not rise up (in respect) before their teachers' RC xxvi 42 § 222 . a ffithire forcthe feal- macacha, Hugh Roe 162.13 (f. 43b) .

fithir

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n a teacher: see fithidir.