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faíd

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Forms: faoi, foidhi

n f. a cry, outcry, used of human voice (esp. of lamen- tation), of animals (esp. birds) and bells or musical instru- ments: faoidh .i. guth no glor, O'Cl. Of human voice: co cuala faid a mmathar ina ndíaid TBC² 667 (= foíd LU 5150 ). dia ralsatar fíanna faíd raised a lament Met. Dinds. iv 144 . Often followed by gen. of gol: tuargaib [atracht v.l.] a foid guil esti LL 117a28 = RC viii 62.12 . eccla ifirn ... 'na minic foídh guil gallraigh, Arch. iii 216.18 . ní bind lem-sa faídh do ghuil, Anecd. ii 27y . tuc a faid (faig, faidh v.l.) fir-guil os aird, TTebe 2102 . fa truagh m'ḟaoidh re taoibh Cnuic Aine, Keat. Poems 427 . As quasi-vn.: na trí trír ag faoi the thrice three (Muses) lamenting O'Bruad. i 160 . In wider sense of speaking or singing voice: d'ḟaoidh mar ionnamhail org[h]áin TD 39.12 . pl. `foidhi' tairm no fúaim, Met. Gl., Ff. 55 (foithe, faithe v.l.). faide fanna faint cries Todd Lect. vi 81.8 . dorat a trí foídi ferggacha guil asti, TFerbe 250 . tuc a faidi fergacha firguil os aird, TTebe 2750 . fa na faidib firtruagha sin 4575 . ic faeidib MR 230.20 . ag faidib, TTebe 4460 (but cf. faídem). do clos ... na faidhedha fainne CF 975 . Of animals: ? fáeth fiada (title of St. Patrick's hymn) Hy. vii pref . ( Deer's Cry Thes. ii 354 , but see and 1 féth). is truad fáoid | focerd cadla ind diaid a láoigh PRIA xxix C 119 ( Mon. Tall., Intr .) truagh an ḟaídh doni an smolach, Acall. 847 . foceird faīd ... lon do chraīb, Bruchst. § 150 = IT iii 99 § 167 . faoidhe na lon, Keat. Poems 168 . Of things: iath ainm do chlug cona ḟáeid (: gaīth), Thr. Ir. Gl. 6 s.v. bachall. faídh gotha cluicc ZCP x 34.2 . an re faídh mo c[h]luicc, Anecd. ii 25 § 2 . faoidh cluig do-chúala, Duan. F. ii 178 . is airdi a [fh]aidh (of a trumpet), Auraic. 1486 (fháeidh v.l.). faoidh a stoc, O'Gr. Cat. 474.20 . faoidhe téad, GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 106 . faoidh na fithchille IGT, Decl. ex. 522 . Cf. faídech.

fáid

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n prophet: see fáith.

fáith, fáid

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Forms: fáith, fáid, fáidh, fáith, fáidh, fáth, fádh, fatho, ḟátha, fáda, fáidh, fáith, fháidh, fáthi, fáithi, fádi, fáde, fátha, ḟáthe, faithae, fáthe, fátha, fádi, fáth, fágh, fáidedh, fáithib, faidh, fáith

n (see Ériu xii 216 ) i,m. n s. fáith Wb 13d23 . Ml 64c22 . fáid LL 7a1 . PH 2796 . fáidh fáith IGT, Decl. § 112 . fáidh, TSh. 16 . fáth ... fádh (?) IGT, Decl. § 38 . g s. in fatho Ml 74d13 . ind ḟátha SR 7065 . LU 1416 . fáda LL 8bz . (fáidh, fáith) IGT, Decl. § 112 . an fháidh , TSh. 4122 . n p. (fáthi Wb 5a1 . Hy i 14 . fáithi Wb 21c5 . IGT, Decl. ex. 1842 . fádi LL 91b44 . 316c50 . fáde LU 1990 ( FA 6 = fátha LB). v p. a ḟáthe LU 177 . g p. faithae Wb 21b13 . fáthe, Thes. ii 253.1 (Stowe Missal). fátha LB 171b5 . fádi LL 360 marg. sup. PH 1712 , etc. fáth TD 18.6 . fágh, Jerem. xxvii 16 . fáidedh, Fl. Earls 236.9 . d p. fáithib Wb 13a36 . In: dorarṅgert cech faith o chein | gigned i flaith Ocht- auein SR 7523 , probably a real rime is not intended; cf. ruithnig and druidib 7537 - 8 ; Petur and étan 7717 - 8 . A seer, prophet (used in wide sense, both of heathen seers and druids and of prophets of Scripture): faidh (gl. propheta) Ir. Gl. 2 . fáith ib. 350 , 958 . fírfidir a n-asrubart in f.¤ (gl. tunc fiat sermo qui scriptus est) Wb 13d23 . amal donairchet hi fáithib et ro fiugrad i rrect (gl. secundum Scripturas) 13a36 . ar ba faith ar ba file (of David), Hib. Min. 5.157 . do chomallad in neich roterchan in f.¤ PH 4375 . recht litre i rabatar fáithe 5472 . atbertsat nach tanic fáid amal Ísu 2796 . Ionas faith Hy i 37 . Héle f.¤ SR 7109 . Iriel fáid , MacCarthy 158.5 . a n-aontaid uassalaithrech ┐ fháidedh, Fl. Earls 236.9 . fāstini Berchāin in prīmfāda, Cog. 225 = LL 309a53 . a ḟáthe ind ríg LU 177 (of druids). feib ratharn- girsetar drúidi ┐ fádi ... fer nErend TBC 4545 . .iii. faithi fis la geinti .i. Mathu, Nuada, Goibnend the pagans have three seers of knowledge O'Mulc. 665 . Bóann, faigh mna prophetess ZCP xiii 166y . fáighi ┐ fir eola , Ériu iii 172.4 . as cian o ata acc fathaib bar ttiochtain your coming has long been foretold Leb. Gab. i 252 . do sheol an realta na faighe dochum Iosa (of the Magi) BNnÉ 183.8 . fisich (= fissid) cach faid, fáid cach sen, Arch. iii 228.80 . faidh gach flaith every prince is a seer RC xliii 10.1 .

Compds.: Some of those given under fáth may really belong to this.

-fáith, -fáid , -faíd

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v (? 3 s. perfective form of 2 fethid, Thurn. Gramm. § 692 ) ro-f.¤ has gone, departed: snigid gaim, ro faith sam summer is gone LU 853 (= ro faed RC xx 258 ). ro fáith (: ro scáich) cach recht `perished is every law' Met. Dinds. i 28.5 . ro faith mo dín mo ditiu FM ii 576 (poem cited). innuraid .i. ... in anno ro faidh .i. in bliadain tairnic and, Corm. Y 783 (= ro faith, O'Mulc. 748 ). Cf. rofaoidh nó do chuaidh foram (gl. adamruaidh = atom- ruaidh, Lec. 4va37 ), Leb. Gab. i 278 n. 3 . Pl. 3 rofadatar 'who have fallen away', Wb. 29 c 13 . mairg ro fathatar flathi fer 'woe that the princes of men have gone', LL ii 13848 , Celtica xxv 164 .