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.

fithis

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Forms: fithise, fithissi, ḟidissib

n i, (ī ?) f. also fithise (usual Mid. Ir. form)

(a) a circular course, circuit, orbit (?) : ind f.¤ tēte in peccad, issí tē[te] in pian Ml 28c19 . sechis oín f.¤ (gl. uno tractatu) of daily course of sun, 42c30 . a p. fithissi, Thes. ii 31.23 (gl. circuli absidas, with further note : abside graece circulus interpretatur). tre fithisi (gl. per tractus) Lib. Hymn. 76 ( Goid. 70 ). rí rogni ... iarna fithis firmimeint in its revolution (?), along its course (?) SR 278 . dofuit sís arithisi | trethan ... connach fess a fithissi 8115 . a ndul iar fithisi fecht | doridisi i tír nEgept 3535 . dochum nĒrenn dodfetis | aingil Dé hi fithisi used to lead him back (lit. in a circuit) Hy ii 13 .

(b) a channel, passage: fithisi .i. sēda, Lec. Gl. 77 . Esp. a tor- tuous or covered one: cor línad lais na dúine ┐ na fithise ... ┐ na tige talman LB 116a19 , apparently of souterrains used as store-chambers , cf. líontar lée leastra lána | go bhḟidhisibh forlána ML 10.20 (of storage; v.l. fithechaib, ficheadhaibh ML² 149 ). i fidhisibh in talman, CCath. 1842 . i fidisibh [fitisibh, figisibh v.l.] a srona nostrils 958 . (of a horse) linn righin a cosmailes gelain uighe tuitis a fighisibh na sróna 'a thick suppuration like white of egg which occurs in the nostrils', Celtica ii 32 § 5 . dúnad figised a corp LB 156b57 . dúnadh fidhisiodh ┐ slighthe an fuail 23 K 42, 161.4 . nis fargaibh siomh ... fithisi ināit conairedha nāid easrusa élúdha gan lucht feithmhe ... forra, Hugh Roe 208.11 (f. 55b) . Fig. : amra in indeoin ... | dorala for m[ḟ]ithisi (sic leg., see ZCP vi 241 ) which has chanced on my path (?) Fél. 76.9 . iarna forcetul ... o ḟorcetlaib diadaib ┐ o ḟidissib aingelacdai LB 232b56 (a mistake for fissidib or físsib? Cf. o ḟidissib nemdai 233a18 , with punctum delens under d, and MR 8.13 cited under fís). fithisi .i. dlige ut est ise tiachtain itir na da fithisi, no itir na da conair, O'C. 576 (< H 3.18, 286 ). O'C. 2045 ( H 4. 22, 61b , itir na fithiseo). Cf. is e tiachtain etir in di fithisi .i. duine robu cunnail ina bethaigh ┐ is cunnail fri bas ┐ dobeir aithrighi ┐ condaig dilgud bid innraic a gnim gid im[a] les fein cid im les neich aile O'C. 2094 (< H 4. 22, 73b ). O'C. 1245 (< H 3. 18, 500½ ). Cf. O'C. 2099 . is faenan cuma coicertas fir in fene- chuis asa fit[his]ibh in re cindter ..., BCrólige § 66 Comm. ? hi fithise rig .i. i n-aigillne rig. O'C. 472 (< H 3. 18, 247 ). dilis cach forloscad fedar a figisib rig. roniacht elogh, O'C. 455 (< H 3.18, 242 ) = a fithnisib, O'Don. 1699 (< H 2. 12, no. 8. 1 ).

(c) a loop or ring (of metal or other material) ? Here perhaps: coru drebraing in domun fri fidisi riagla ┐ dismirechta noeb, ar it árid dogairter LU 899 (= ACC 68 ). mocoil ┐ fithisi ōir im cach ṅdual dia fult YBL 118a39 ( RIA Ir. MSS. Ser. i 176 ). ar fertsib ┐ íallaib ┐ fithisib ┐ folomnaib don charpat LU 6482 (`Bogen' Wind., TBC p. 376 ). ceṅg- lais d'ḟertsib ┐ d'ithisib ┐ d'iallaib in charpait TBC 1324 , 1336 . Cf. coil cosmail .i. fithus carpait, O'Gr. Cat. 91.6 .

See fithnaise (end of art.).

fithisin

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n f. (—ín ? < fithis ?) a brief space of time, a while: mani chotlad f.¤ mbic LU 6338 = TBC 2474 (mitisi St).

fithissigud

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n u,m. (fithis) pathfinding (?): ised is chonar fugill ann, in brig etarglethi ┐ in chiall toḟaiscthe ┐ in f.¤ menman ┐ in ciallrunugud aicnid [tremidirgius] menman[a] ┐ aicenta na fecheman o thinscital a tacrai ..., Cōic Conara 24 § 24 ; 57 § 132 (= fisiudnugud ZCP xix 172 ). fithisiugud techta trom Cōic Conara 27 § 5 .

fithnais

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Forms: fithnaisi

n apparently some kind of sorcery or malefic magic: fidbae .i. fithnaisi, O'Mulc. 534 (see 2 fidba). fiothnaise .i. dráoidheacht, O'Cl. fiothnaisi .i. fí re a innsin .i. olc no neimh ib. (cf. fí ré indisi, O'Dav. 946 ). ag ... nacha traetha teidm fithnaisi na galar `a calf ... not killed by fairy-plague or other disease' Laws ii 238.12 , expld. by O'Dav. 946 as: galar gairet a short sickness; prob. a wast- ing disease induced by witchcraft is meant, see ZCP xiv 347 , 349 . treghat fithnaisi (.i. draoidhecht) ó dheamhnaibh ... co rolá ár ndaoine FM 986 = fiadhnach RC xvii 345 (Tig.). fithnaise [pl. ?] Fuamnaige ┐ brechtai Bresail LU 10776 (= fithnaissiu IT i 127 Eg. fithnaisi, Ériu xii 170 ). feighbriathra fithnaise, Anecd. ii 65 .

Cf. ni ḟolaig acht feth fithnais (: glais), Acall. 7916 (`a magic veil' SG ii 262 ). tucad fethana fithnais do chran- nuibh ar sleg (féth fithnaisi v.l.) Acall. 722 (`charmed withies' SG ii 118 ). crann sleigi atá acum, ┐ is ail dam feth fithṡnaissi do thabairt duitsiu fair `a magical smoothening' (Notes) Acall. 4894 (fiach fithnaissi; fiacha a thsnoighe v.l.). Cf. féth- snas, under 4 féth.

The follg. exx. are obscure; perhaps fithisse is the true reading in both: fithnaisi gach nolc iarmobi triar, Laws iv 378.12 (a legal maxim), expld. = fithnisi .i. menip maith in fer, a athair ┐ a tsenathair is fithisi [sic] uilc a mac sum iarum, O'C. 2027 (< H 4. 22, 52 ), ib. O'C. 451 - 452 (< H 3. 18, 241 ).

fithnaisech

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Forms: fiothnasach

adj o-ā (fithnaise) malignant; male- volent: ba féig fergach fidnaisech in fegad sain LL 244a6 ( TTr. 2021 ). ba feig fergach fithnasach in faircsiu sin BB 435b34 . cath fithnassach, Acall. 4987 . Fraoch fiothnaiseach, mac Éibhir, Content. ii 24 . slega ... fithnasacha ` em- poisoned ' Cog. 160.26 . fiothnasach ` mysterious, mystic; bad, peevish, venomous ' P. O'C. Adv. : ic cathugud ... co ferggach fidnáisech LL 224b26 ( TTr. 547 ).

fithnasacht

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n ā,f. some kind of sorcery: eitir fhiothnasecht, amaitecht ... ┐ gach saeithe geintlechta [sic leg.], Leb. Gab. i 142 (expl. by `magic sorcery' P. O'C. s.v.). aig foglaim fesa ┐ fithnasachta ┐ druidechtai RC xii 56 § 1 . ag foglaim ... ḟeassa ┐ fithnasta [sic] BB 32a9 .