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1 fidrad n o,n. later m. (also ā,f. ) coll. (fid.). The fem.
collective may be a later formation, the old word being a
noun of nature or material like clesrad, samrad (see Thurn.
on echrad, KZ xlviii 64 ). (a) trees, a wood: fo ḟ. ¤ Pardois
70 SR 1340 . fri f. ¤ , 1390 . Fig. for f. ¤ n-ais `a wood of age'
RC xxvi 28.111 . pl. tibit fidraid `woods smile' 32.152 .
Transf. of branches, etc.: fiodhradh bile TD 29.30 . fiodh-
radh feóir `grassy stalks' ib. 9 . Gen. of trees regarded as
timber: do fidrud saindil Secheim of Shechem wood SR
75 4224 . d'f. ¤ [figrad v.l.] na ruadrama ` handles ' CCath. 2794 .
ni deligthe acht a rusclána ria fidradh (of the timber of ships)
1911 . do buain fhidhraid ┐ adhbair loingis, L.Chl.Suibhne
§ 9 . crann mór d'aoinfhiodhraidh áluinn (of a flagstaff)
GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 102 . do chaoilḟíodhraidh ML 76.2 .
80 pl. cona fidradaibh brec-rin[n]ta forta, CCath. 5463 (of
arrows; `barbs ' ? Stokes, but perh. part of shaft). (b)
letters (of alphabet): da chomfhuaim fhidraid two alliterating
words
Auraic. 5363 . ēcomuaim fidraid breaking of allitera-
tion
5217 . co n-imuaim fidraig IT iii 29.12 . f. ¤ cubaid
85 harmonious lettering, harmony of letters, alliteration betw.
final word of a stanza and the first accented word of the follg.
one Fél. 14.30 ; also called f. ¤ freccomail (.i. occomol a deirid
fri tossach [ar]aile iar fedaib) IT iii 30.27 . Cf. fidhradh .i.
culadh, O'C. 147 (< H 3.18, 652 ). (c) signification (?),
explanation (?): atchonnarc aislingthi ... in fitir nech
5úaib a ḟ. ¤ ? RC xiii 72.18 . is dorcha a f. ¤ inn airchedail,
Ériu v 32.7 .
Cf. figrad.

2 fidrad n custom (?); (increase (?): fiodhradh .i. nós, O'Cl.
fiodhradh [fioghradh, fireach v.l.] nós, fíreach [fioghradh,
10fiodhradh v.l.] biseach, Met. Gl., Ff. 43 . Here, perhaps:
a Emain idnach óebind | asa f. ¤ adfeidim LL 21a6 . Cf.
fidrad .i. firindi, Lec. Gl. 437 .
Cf. figrad.

3 fidrad : x see figrad.

15 fidradach n [n],m. (1 fidrad), coll. timber: L.Chl.Suibhne
§ 9 (early 16th cent.). Of material for a ship (perh. the
ship itself): issé sin an figradach ... re fuil a ndán do
Chlainn tS. dul a nAlbain arís ib.

fidratacht : n acht nach iara fein fidhratacht ZCP viii 549.
2020 = TBC p. 233 n. 5 (< H 2.17 = nach cuinge fen ugra no
imreasain St).

fidrén n m. some kind of noise (apparently a rushing, whizzing
sound): in fuaim ┐ an fothram ┐ in fidren (`Sausen' Wind.)
TBC 3307 . fidréan 5036 . 5050 . 5072 . resin fidhrén ┐ resin
25fothram (of stags and boars, `rushing noise' SG ii 124 ),
Acall. 913 . fidhrén na sleige 2159 . go rola rot rourcuir
di ┐ a fidren bodba ... eiste (a spear), CCath. 5601 . f. ¤ [figren
v.l.] na foga, CCath. 906 . 5116 . 5915 . f. ¤ na saigheat 3130 .
f. ¤ na fanngaīthi 5437 . f. ¤ ruadlasrach romōiri, TTebe 2245 .
30 fidhren na fer ag cirrad corp, Ériu viii 44.19 . Cf. fothrom
┐ faidhrean na bhfogha, Todd Lect. iv 94.5 .

*fidros n (= fid + ros `wood,') wooded promontory (?): g s. hi
forbol feada fidruis , Anecd. i 11y .

fidrubae n io,m. a natural fence or thicket (?): ni bu inmuin
35fid fuirme ... nīm-anaicc a fidrube, Corm. Y 56 = ḟidruinne
LB (`Waldhag' Bruchst. i § 134 ). Leg. fidmuine? bat
fál is bat fidruba, Met. Dinds. iii 96.10 (hence fiodhrubha
.i. muine ┐ fiodh .i. cumasg droighnigh ┐ coilleadh no crann
tre n-aroile, O'Cl. Hermathena xiv 479 ). See ZCP xix
40126 .

fiduid ? ind fidhvid fir K. and H § 15 (= fidbaid ?).

fidur ? n f. .i. fath knowledge (?) Lec. Gl. 454 = fuidar ib.
M 262 . Cf. figair.

fiern : x see 3 fern.

45 1 figair : x see fíadair.

2 figa(i)r, fiugair n ā,f. (Lat. figura) O.Ir. n s. figor Wb
18c10 et pass. ind fiugor Ml 45a3 . Thes. ii 252.2 . d s.
figuir Sg 73b1 . g s. inna fiugrae Ml 45a2 . d p. hi figraib ,
Thes. ii 255.13 . Mid.Ir. figair, fiugair. In later lang. often
50declined as guttural stem, exx. below. Cf. IGT, Decl. § 185 .
(a) figure, type, symbol (in Glosses used as equivalent of Lat.
figura in that sense): ind altoir fiugor ind ingrimme, in cailech
is figor inna eclaise, Stowe Miss. 64b ( Thes. ii 252 ). figor
recto aicnith ib. rūn ... inna fiu[g]rae rongab in fāith Ml
55 38c7 . ata f. ¤ aige-so in Leuitico a type PH 7686 . fiugra ┐
foiscthe fetarlaicthe 5293 . fiugair na fírḟastini a visible sign,
symbol LL 230b7 ( TTr. 979 ). fioghair ┐ sompla, MacAingil
100.2 . hí figuir .vii. ṅdāna spiritus in type of Thes. ii 254.9 .
co figuir (.i. ... co figuirdacht) LU 825 ( ACC 59 ). i ḟiguir ...
60in spiruta nóib LB 54b20 ( PH 5520 ). dā berla .lxx. ... i
fidair no [ = na] da descepul .lxx. BB 300a32 . fioghracha
┐ furḟogartha na Páise, Eochairsgiath 27.14 . (b) A pre-
figuring, premonition, portent: co ticfad in tromdamh sin
... amail do bhi a fighair ┐ a ḟaistine doibh CF 89 . amhail
65boi hi ffíoghair ┐ hi ffaistine dhóibh, Cog. 84.22 . fiogurcha
[sic MS.] an écca signs of approaching death Hugh Roe
226.23 (f. 60b) . ? fer ... hi robái figuir o Día who had a pre-
monition from God
(?) Lat. Lives 6. 11 (of a pagan who did
honour to Patrick) = Trip. 44.7 (`a nature from God' Stokes).
70(c) outward figure or form: i ndeilbh fhiugra in chuirp RC
xxxvii 348 § 53 . corab ar a fidhair fen do cruthaigh Día
e BCC § 408 . a bhfioghair draguin, MacAingil 124.13 .
do réir ḟioghrach duine, Isa. xliv 13 . i fhigair crabaidh
in the guise of piety ZCP iv 389.6 . (d) an image, likeness,
75 representation (= `delb'): calga ... co fuigirrib [leg. fiu-
grib?] humae foaib IT iii 239.141 . fiodhair ┐ pictuir ┐
dealbh Muire, Fl. Earls 48.10 . fiodhair-dhealp 112.18 .
fidhracha Sancta Caterina 246.10 . fioghaireacha diagrams
Corp. Astron. 148.5 . a sraid son Niocolás aig fiodhair an
80tairbh duibh at the sign of the Black Bull Abbot-Gwynn
Cat. 225 . (e) by extension, of sounds: f. ¤ sibsanach a
mbil-chimhas ... ica n-imcomailt frisna hasanaibh ` harsh
rustling ' CCath. 4649 . la fiugair na gaeit[h]e 2871 .

figairemail adj i figurative, symbolic: Adv.: trí neithe chial-
85luigheas an íodhbairt so ... go fioghaireamhuil , Eochairsgiath
34.19 .