2 fúath

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n u,m. (late development of úath `horror'). Cf. fúath (u,m.) IGT Decl. § 95 . Hatred, abhorrence. is aire ... dogairthe Uathach di side uair feoil lenam doberthe di co tabraitis na lenaim fuath di LL 316c48 . tugsad fuath d'ḟailghibh `gave up' Aithd.D. 23.20 . ní thiubhra fuath d'éinní, TSh. 8056 . cion an fhuatha (one of the capital sins), Dán Dé xxxi 38 . diol grádha nó fuatha = an odio an amore dignus sit (cf. Ecclesiastes ix 1 ) TSh. 1155 . spioraid an fhuatha, Parl. na mban 962 (= s. na fuatha 3006 ). dúisgidh an f.¤ imreasuin, Prov. x 12 . With obj. gen.: méad a ḟuatha ag ógbhaidh danar the hatred of the foreigners for him TD 16.47 . ... gé do chuir | a fhuath fá aicme Chellaigh `inspired C.'s race with hatred for [i.e. great discontent with] him' O'Gr. Cat. 365 ( Aithd.D. p. 36 ). f.¤ agallmha dislike of mere talk ZCP ii 349.26 . With DO: coimhéid do dhúth- racht do Dia ┐ t'fh.¤ do chách (= odium) TSh. 3536 . a chnuic ..., f.¤ dot oirear im inntinn, Gofraidh Fionn, DDána p. 192 . IS F.¤ LIMM I hate: bá f.¤ le hArt mac C. é, ó romharbh sé dá brathair Airt, Cóir Anm. 167 , Keat. ii 4190 . (See another explanation s.v. 1 fúath). gach ní budh f.¤ lé, TSh. 6511 . grādh Taidg leis nach f.¤ sind who does not hate us (a litotes) ZCP viii 222 § 5 . Cf. lā sīde sin ... la firu Erenn ┐ ni bī neach a ḟuath [ = i bhf.] a chēili and `none is at enmity' Ériu xii 144.29 .

See 1 úath.

? Compds. fuathnél: fuathnell foirtchide a lowering cloud YBL 309b40 ( MR 240 ) (= úath horror, dread ?). ¤redgach o-ā furious: fiadmil fuathréadgach fomórda fairgi YBL 310b4 ( MR 248 ) (see redg, redgach).