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65 faithche,faidche n iā,f.Does not occur in Glosses. The
form with-d-is common in LL, besidefaith-andfaig-.
It may well be the earlier form.Agreenorlawnin front of a
fort orresidenceor church; anopen spacein or before a city;
a greenmeadow, orplayingfield;sometimes referred to as
70a place for cattle:fait[h]che .i. feth-chaí .i. conair iarna
fethughadh .i. iarna reidhiughudh(i.e. a levelled space).
Corm. Y 628 . a platea.i. on faithche 1073 .fail ann faithchi
cach doruis a green before each gate SR 373 . Defined in
Laws:issí in faithchi techta ... ni ro saig guth cluicc no
75gairm cailig cercc Laws iv 194.2 .frithe faiche a waif of[i.e.
found on] a green v 320.8 , with gl:.i. dogabur isin faithce
.i. isna ceithri gortaib is neasum don baile 322.9 .is eadh is faithi ann: na ceithri guirt is nesa don baile .i. gort gacha hairde ime ┐ cidh in sliabh is nesa don bhaile rob amail faithe amach, O'C. 1793 ( 23 Q 6 41a ).faichti
blaithe, MacCarthy 40z (=brugi bláthi SR 477 ).faithchi
lána ... cuile fása greens swarming[with beggars ?] ...empty
80larders
(?) ZCP viii 196.15 (signs of a decadent period).
oircc peata bis a lis no a faitche lingeas eirlim a ngort faithche
`which is kept in an enclosure or in a green, which makes
airlim- trespasses into the garden of the green' Laws iv 108.10 .
do loddur ... asind gurt tarsa ceim isind faichti, Mon.
85Tall. § 7 .im nemdenam na himi bis itir na gurta arba ┐
na faithchi feoir, Laws i 216.15 Comm. bit lir ... fér for
faichthi BDD 89 .tucait a murthréta caírech d'aicthib ┐
d'urlannaib ┐ redib TBC 68 (do faithchibh v.l.Windisch
observes thataicthibmay belong toached).mētithir
... óen na prīmbili bís for faidchi prīmdúni 1816 .dūn
5rīg cona faiche ... faiche briugad, faiche fili(places where
fighting is forbidden), Laws v 302 x , z .hi faichthi na
bruidni BDD 56 .ro marbtha ... sethnón na faidchi LL
261a2 = IT i 76.9 .hi faithci uasalnemid, Laws i 92.1 .
ceall gen faithche iv 6.9 .for faidchi na hEmna LL 260b41 =
10 IT i 75.17 .forsin faichthi ina Temrach RC xxiv 190 .
triallsat troscud ... for faithche Cruachna Connacht, Met.
Dinds. iii 446.80 (of guarantors enforcing a claim; see
ZCP xv 265 ).faidche in dunaid[wheredúnadis used
loosely, corresp. totech TBC 996 ,dún 964 ] TBC 1017 .tarmlaing
15... assin charput for ind ḟaichthe. amlaid boí faichthi in
dunaid ┐ corthi furri ... 1228 .tarblaingset in slúag for inn
faidchi LL 265b26 ( MU² 506 ).suidset ... for inn achthi ib.
LL 27 ( MU² 507 ).uas faigthi in baile(marg. gl.on:as bla
brune) LL 206a39 (= Met. Dinds. iv 368 ).luidh P. ... co
20dun Nais, ata lathrach pupla P. i fhaighthi fria sligid anair,
Lism. L. 397 .ar faithci a dúnadh ZCP vi 280.32 .géill ...
| dá bhfógra ar faithche a dhúna TD 10.42 .hi ḟaichthi
Chorccaige LB 215a24 ( Aisl. MC 31 ).go Cill Mhaighneann
┐ go faithche Átha Cliath, Ériu i 83.21 .ed risan imred
25oencluchi do fidchill for fagthi Maigi Adar, Cog. 66.6 .
rochidis ... faicheda fondglasa na Tebi, TTebe 2733 .
rochrithnaigsedar faichtega (faithcedhav.l.) ┐ tulcha na
Teibi 3500 .isinn faithche os in cathraig(=in pavimento
... civitatis) Todd Nenn. 66.2 (aithche,aidhchi v.l.). In
30phrases:is crích bidbad so ┐ ni faidchi airurais a green for
play
TBC 1240 .as faighthe namhad ZCP x 283.26 .
Gen.as attrib.:feidhneóir fíoruallachfaithche trooper
of the lawn
(used of a braggart; equivalent to carpet-
knight ?) TSh. 1720 .

35 faithchell n f. faithcheall IGT,Decl. § 54 .Cf. fochell.

fáithchíall n f.(prob. a compd. offáth skillrather than
faíth prophet. Cf. fithcill [ = fidchell] .i. fathciall .i. fath ┐
ciall occ a imbirt, Corm. Y 607 ). Mystic lore(?),giftof
divination(?).a bhfháithciall sin innis ... dúinn their
40meaning
(of visions) 76 .a fháithchiall oighre Chumhaill
`second sight' (i.e. thou with s.s.) Ériu ix 10.102 .

fáithchíallach adj o-ā(fáithchíall) figurative,mystical,alle-
gorical: go fáith-chiallach, is é an tAbsolon so Ádhamh,
TSh. 1004 .ina dtráchtar go mórálta ar an Aifrenn no
45go f. ¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 38.12 =thráchtas ... go f. ¤ ar an A., Eochairsg.
33 .

fáithchíallaid adj i skilledinprophecy,wise(?): bheith foghluma
fáithchialluigh,gl.onfáthaige, Triads 192 .

1 faithe -i n pl.(?) theFates (prob. formed from Lat.fata =
50Parcaeor fr. a spurious fem. pluralfatae):n a p. rocinnset
nafaithi , CCath. 3796 , 4067 .nafaithe 4382 . 4573 .na
fathi 3300 .g p. faithi 1011 .faite 4593 .d p. faithib 2441 .

2 faithe: xseefathi.

faíthi(-e) Mid.Ir.verb. necess.offoaid:asfaoithedam
55let I have tosleep with thee RC xxviii 430 =asfaíthe IGT,
Verbs § 33 .

fáithimm(—emm?) n f. thehemorborderof agarment:
fáithim f. IGT,Decl. § 13 .tri hinair co n-ór-ḟáithim
`with golden borders' (:Cairthaind=Cáirthinn, see IGT,
60 Decl. § 11 ) BR 132.22 .ag líonadh sróill bláithṡing bhuig |
d'fháithim óir, Ériu iv 63.4 . Asvn. IGT,Verbs § 107 perf.
3 s. as cruaid doḟáithiman eing, ex. 957 .

fáithliaig n i,m.(fáith`seer' ?)aleech,physician (used
chiefly in early heroic lit. where the physician is also to
65some extent a magician; `Wahrsager-Arzt' Thurn.
Heldensage i 71 ):brithem ┐ fathliaig, Met. Dinds. iv 318 .
go Fíngin fáthliaig TBC 4290 =faithl. TBC² 2776 .in
Fáthliaig ` Wizard-doctor ' Aisl. MC 87.1 .g s. (dīsert) int
Fháthlega 85.25 .luid ... ar cend ind ḟáthlega LL 329a27
70(=táithleagha, Keat. ii 4570 ).luidh ... do iarair leigis ...
do thig araile fathlegha D iv 2 53ra 11 .

faithne n f. awart: P.O'C. pl. faithneadha 23 K 42,38.15 .
faithnidha=verrucae Ros. Angl. 172.16 ; 206.7 .

faithnemail: adj i warty(?);lumpy(?): (Med.) of varieties
75ofhernia: ata gne dibh gaethmar ... ┐gneḟeolmar ┐ ḟaith-
nemail YBL 350b28 .

? faithnenn: n f. .i. on taitneamh .i. go bfaithneann .i. go
ttaitneann, O'Cl. vProb. a spurious3 s. pr.fromdoaitni;
cf. slegh ... cofuitnenntar in sluagh TBC 5350 St =
80 confaittnedar dar in s.LL.

fáithscél n m.(compd. offáth?)anallegorical tale, aparable:
an fáith-sgéal atá agVirgiliusar an madradh, TSh. 1030 .

faitigus: xseefaitches.

faitse,foitse n io, [n.?.] (<fo-desse, Stokes, O'Dav. 841 ) (a)
85 theright,south,south sideorpart: faitsi an desscert, Corm.
Y 655 .faitse .i. an deisceart; clanna Neill in fhaitse .i.
clanna N. an deisceirt, O'Cl.co sernar tech rig ? amuis
ríg hi foitsiu`what is the arrangement of a king's house ?
The bodyguard of the king are on the south
' Laws iv 338.9 .
cuslennaigh ... a n-airt[h]iur ḟoitsi`south-east'ib. 14 .
5 gaibthiut co firu fochlae i faitse, Rawl. 132a16 =hi foidse,
Ériu iii 137 - 74 (rhet.). (b)thecharioteer's seaton the right
hand side of achariot (oppd. tofochlae):batar sinde riadatar
a fochlai fria faitsi .i. do suidhiu ind erred isin charput as
nomena fochlae; faitsi immorroainm do suidhiu ind arad,
10 Corm. Y 698 . O'Dav. 841 (s.v. fochlu). Hence (c)ahigh-
seatorseatin general (?): fochla didiu cach suidiu
n-a[i]rechda; faitsi cach n-airide, Corm. Y 698 . (... faitsi
gach n-airide nó gach imdae, O'Dav. 841 ).Cf. fochlae.