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fagbál n ā,f. (vn. of fo-gaib). Does not occur in the O. Ir.
Glosses; n s. fogháil fagháil foghbháil faghbháil (also with-
75out initial f), IGT, Decl. § 148 . g s. fagbala LL 56b3 . d s.
fogháil (: conáigh), IGT, Decl. ex. 173 . (a) finding, getting;
obtaining, both of voluntary and involuntary acquisition :
testatar a eich airi, ní choímnacuir a fogbail could not find
them
Todd Lect. v 17 . ni latsu fo dóig lim-sa mo chrád
80d'ḟagbáil samlaid to meet with such ill-treatment TBC 929 .
biad do fagbail ar conair, Laws i 2.4 Comm. is doiligh do
neoch an fadbail ┐ ci doiligh dogabur the procuring is difficult
v 222.8 Comm . go fagháil bháis nó shláinte don othar
death or recovery TSh. 7920 . d'fhail eoluis ZCP vi 73.7 .
85 fotha a fagbala ┐ a denma of its finding (i.e. invention) and
composition
(of a tale) TBC 298 . luach do thabhairt do
chionn a faghála in return for obtaining her Keat. ii 4903 .
doigh sheasmhach a faghala hope of obtaining it (eternal
life) Parrth. Anma 119.17 = Luc. Fid. 71 . na foccail so
d'faghbhail scriph[th]a ... annsan adhlacadh AU 740 .
5 ní gan fochuin romarbus é, acht a faghail a ngliaidh ┐ a
ngiustail ZCP vi 35.12 . níor chneasta do S. locht d'ḟagh-
bháil ar an mbreitheamhnas to find fault with Keat. i p. 70 .
Fig.: th'fhagháil as th'fheirg `to win Thee from Thy wrath'
Dán Dé xvi 16 . (b) in concrete sense, that which is obtained
10or gained: taitnid rind an ḟagháil each IGT, Decl. ex. 2058 .
maille réd uile ḟagháil with all thy getting Prov. iv 7 . fuáir
faghuil neith nar bheag don luchd céirde `brought no small
gain
' Acts xix 24 .

fagbálach adj o-ā (fagbál) successful, gainful: saermhac fogh-
15bhálach Fínghin [sic leg.] ` gifted ' Miscell. Celt. Soc. 380.20 .

fagde adj io-iā (analogous formation from Lat. fagus) made of
beechwood; beechen: gl. faginus Sg 33b15 .

faghraid: x see fo-geir.

faibde: x see foibde.

20 faibled n m. fable, fiction: fírinde ┐ faibledh fuár | hi sencha-
saibh ... ZCP xii 246 § 17 . d s. don faibliudh ib. iarsin
faibliud sa according to this tale 245.3 .

fáibtechad: n fáibhtechadh m. IGT III § 106 . Cf. next.

fáibted: x see fáitbiud.

25 fáibtige n iā,f. an ḟáibtighi IGT IV 108 (= fáitbige? cf.
fáitbiud).

faiceáil n (< aicsiu with prothetic f and new suffix. Late
Mid. Ir.) seeing: bidgais in Satan ac faicsin na croisi ... aca
faiceail dochuaid mo nert ar nemhní, ar in Satan, LB 278b11 .
30 Cf. feicáil.

faiceálach adj o-ā conspicuous, bright: ulcha écsidhe .i. feasóg
faicealach no solas, O'Cl. s.v. écsidhe (cf. ulcha ecsidhe TBC
5186 St). faiceolach ` evident, manifest, brilliant, luminous '
P.O'C.

35 ? faicet: ind trefocal ... cen ḟaicit co cuibdius, cen ḟaicit cen
chuibdius, Arch. iii 293.5 = BB 331b (= Auraic. 1932 , where
Thurneysen ZCP xvii 288 would read ḟaicill, but this does not
seem necessary). sechtmadh eneclainne righ túath sin
isin ḟaigett gan chuibhdhes, Ériu xiii 48.14 . Cf. go héric an
40ḟáighid ib. 22 . ni thabhrann in sechtmod in fáighitt ib. 23 .

faichell: x see fochell.

faichlid: x see fo-cíallathar.

faicse: x see foicse.

faicsenach adj o-ā (faicsin) seeing, able to see: an tsúil ḟaic-
45sionach, Prov. xx 12 . As subst.: an faicsionach seer 2
Chron. xxix 30 .

faicserad: x see foicserad.

faicsin n ā,f. (aicsiu) faicsin faisgin IGT, Decl. § 148 . faigsin,
faisgin; fear faigseana , 111 § 4 . aicsin, lochtach, ┐ dorin-
50nedh hí, ib. n. I Seeing (see aicsiu): rogab grāin ... iat
ica facsin, Ann. Conn. 1249 § 10 . II That which is seen,
hence outward appearance, aspect: rogabh faixin bháis,
gach fer | ar egla a mbáis ..., Duan. F. i 72.27 . as imne
baoi ... C., ┐ ailgine adhbhair airdrigh ina f. ¤ ZCP xiv 218.13 .
55 do reir na faicsiona according to appearance John vii 24 .
co facuidh C. a bfaicsin neoil ┐ rotha grene ┐ escai celmaine
dochuir saw by the aspect Marco P. 68 . fírinne na faicsiona
sin do dhearbhughadh, O'Hussey T.C. [265 ]. With meta-
thesis: cend gascid clainne hAdaim | líach a ḟascin i mbae-
60gul LL 244b25 ( TTr. 2074 ). See feicsin.

faicthi late verb. necess.and part. corresp. to faicsin (q.v.):
as faicthi dam thú IGT III § 4 .

faíd n f. a cry, outcry, used of human voice (esp. of lamen-
tation), of animals (esp. birds) and bells or musical instru-
65ments: 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 ...
70'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.
75 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,
80 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
85cadla 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
525 § 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.