flescaid

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v ā (1 flesc) beats (with a stick) : flesc lin .i. da flesc- ther in lin with which flax is scutched Laws i 152.15 .

flescán

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n o,m. dim. of 1 flesc ; name of a drinking-horn , Acall. 147 n .

flescda

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adj io-iā (1 flesc) like a wand : slender, pliant (?) ; hence youthful (? cf. 1 flesc, c) : femina de f.¤ no maithch- nechas dicitur , Auraic. 610 (flescach no maothcnesach v.l.). The glossator prob. connects femina with vimen, see 1 flesc (a).

fletech

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Forms: ḟletech

n s,n. (fled + tech) a banqueting-house or hall: mad fleteg ... dogneid dind aeclis Wb 11d16 . hi fledtigib Ml 86b5 . a flettech RC xii 108.3 . Cf. ceol cen letedh (letech v.l. ; leg. ḟletech ZCP xi 155 ), Anecd. i 61 § 98 . cen teora fechta fletigi, O'Don. 1633 ( H 5. 15 p. 17a ) = fledhtigh, O'C. 2466 ( Eg. 88 fo. 37a ).

fliche

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Forms: flichi

n ā,f. abstr. from fliuch, moisture: P.O'C. flichi, Mackinnon Cat. 44.1 .

flichidecht, flichecht

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Forms: fliuchidhecht, flichidheachta

n ā,f. (fliuch, fliuchaide) wet, mois- ture: fliuchidhecht (gl. liquor) Ir. Gl. 1097 . tiormacht ┐ flichidheacht, TSh. 598 . g s. do dhíoth na flichidheachta 1577 . do hiompoigheadh mo ḟlicheacht a ttart, Ps. xxxii 4 .

flid, flich

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Forms: fliodh, fligh, fleagha

n m. name of a herb, chickweed ? f.¤ do tegad ar licc te no i naighen (for a cure), Ir. Texts v 74.22 . fiadhaile, fliodh ┐ neanntóg, Oss. iv 274.4 . Hippia minor .i. in flidh RC ix 235 . Cf. flíoch (: tír) is fiadhaile, Cúirt 80 . fliodh, fligh ` chickweed, stitchwort ' (`pronounced fuilig in Munster') Hog. Luibhl. g s. sugh fleagha , Mackinnon Cat. 33.9 .

fliuch

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Forms: fhlich, flichthe, fliche

adj ( RC ii 332 , 411 )

(a) wet: gl. madidus Ir. Gl 675 . rochí F. co mbo f.¤ a brat BDD 92 . ro cháiestar C. ... curbo f.¤ blai ┐ bruinne dho, Acall. 889 . co nach tirim acht mad f.¤ , Laws i 48.15 . cuilche f.¤ Hy ii 31 . Lat. Lives 63 (where the Lat. text reads tunica pellicea). robúi a hétach fúar f.¤ , Betha Muire É. § 7 ( Ét. Celt. i 84 ). sín fh.¤ `wet weather' ib. ba minic gruadha ... go f.¤ derfadhach, Cog. 42.20 . is é do-ní an tslighe fliuch salach, fearthain ..., TSh. 10738 . d s. f. a smúit-theinidh fhlich 6373 . g s. f. tosach oidhche flichthe (= fliche) FM v 1852.5 . As subst. damp ; wet weather: tuitid isin f.¤ , Laws v 270.28 Comm. fuaire nā f.¤ , Ir. Texts i 26 . Compar. lacha .i. lichiu quam alia[e] aves , Corm. Y 829 = liuchiu .i. fliuch[u] hí quam aliae aves , Trans. Phil. Soc. 1859, 189 (< H 3.18, 72 ).

(b) full (in B. na f.) : caput f.¤ (.i. lán) do greand a head covered with hair ZCP v 484 .

Compds. ¤caemna ` wet cheer', a bath, ablutions: f. folcthi ┐ fothraicthe RC xiv 416.5 . YBL 177a49 (= BB 257b40 ). f. duib co bun clúas, Hib. Min. 67.1 . [bantracht] ag denum fliuchchaemhna foilcthi (context shows that they were preparing a hot bath) MR 274.19 . ¤dercc blear-eyed: gl. lippus Sg 24a8 . meic Lia liuchdeircce SR 2996 (cf. ba fliuch dercca Liaa LB 114a32 = YBL 285a9 ). ¤doinenn wet weather: fliuchdhoinenn mhor FM iv 1188 . AU 1037 . ¤domain wet and deep: tar ḟughnochtaibh ḟliuchdhoimhne ... na fairrge ML 46.27 . ¤lepthach (lepa) : luighe fliuch- leapthach `lying in a wet bed' Buile S. 92.13 . ¤linntech : having puddles: gur bo liuchlinntech ... gach inad full of puddles MR 256.14 . ¤snechta sleet: flichshneachta, Fl. Earls 54.13 .

fliuchad

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n u,o,m. the act of wetting: lān coid méich f.¤ a chind it took the full of a bushel to wet his head Ériu iv 26.11 . rocho- tail fon sruth ... cen f.¤ a éttaig, BColm. 104.11 . ni fuar usci da f.¤ ZCP v 24 § 10 . ar daigin a fliuch[th]a, Laws iii 212.4 Comm . Watering, irrigating: do ḟliuchadh an gháirdín, Gen. ii 10 . Rarely rain (= fleochud, flechud) : bainni fliucaid IT ii2 103.4 ( BB 496b45 ). feraid tromfhliuchadh ... forsin fairgi, Aen. 936 . The follg. ex. is obscure : ni dingentaoi fliochadh dhó ... acht dia Domhnaigh (a Lenten practice), Rule of Tallaght § 87 , where scribe adds : ni thuigim an fliuchadh sin, achd munab braiseach no broth- chan as mian leis do thuigsin faoí ; ` seething ' Gwynn ; perh. ablution .

See flechud.

fliuchaid

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Forms: rotfliuchus

v ā (fliuch) wets: ni ḟliuchaim ... gid mo adbrunnu TBC 1307 . topur roflíuchadh ... uili dreach ín talman BB 16a12 . rotfliuchus I have wet you Triads 104 . fliuchthar folt in D. ... i tondaib in trom-thuile, Met. Dinds. iii 208 = Acall. 3847 . clúmh an bhrait ... nar fhliuch an lá doininne, PBocht 20.27 . dā tī ferthain fliuchbuidir [ = —fuitir (:cui- tig)] if a shower come they will be wetted LB 108b72 ( GJ v 41 ).

fliuchaide

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Forms: fliuchaide, fliuchaidi

adj io-iā (fliuch) damp, moist: inna fliuchaide , (gl. humidorum) Sg 73a1 . fóda fliuchaidi , CCath. 2521 . Compar. (?) fliuchidi (gl. humectiora) Thes. ii 24.32 ( Bcr 34b7 ).