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fáilid, faílid adj i The ái of the Glosses could stand for
65either form. The diphthong is common in Mid. Ir. and
occurs in the St. Paul codex: faelid Thes. ii 293.25 . SR
5892 (: roemid). fáelid LU 8750 . foelid LB 5b53 . faoilidh
(: -Ghaoidhil) TD 1.56 . foilid , Aisl. Tund. 1.2 . For the
-ā- cf. lánḟalid Sg 42a7 . In Mid. Ir. verse: failid (: álid:
70rádhidh), Gorm. July 31 . fálid (: árim) LL 129 marg. inf.
Glad, cheerful, joyful: failid (gl. laetabundam) Ml 71d3 .
75a5 . n p. osni failti (gl. laeti) 131b10 . ammi fáilti (gl.
gaudentes) Wb 16a6 . As subst.: n p. inna failti (gl. laeta)
Ml 118a9 . compar. failtiu (gl. laetiorem) 47b17 . failti[u]
75(gl. laetiore) 126b9 . failid ... saluus latine Corm. Y 627 .
falith ... saluus .i. failith cech slán, O'Mulc. 487 . faeilidh
gach slan BB 63b1 (= fáilid, Tec. Corm 13.16 ). fáoilidh .i.
lúthghaireach, O'Cl. nírb áelid dóib it was not pleasant
for them
LU 4441 . In subjective sense, usually as pred.
80with copula: huare as failith in menmae isin matin Ml
21c3 . in tan mberes claind is failid iarsin 129c8 . is uilliu
a somailse isind aimsir i mbi failid nech 86d11 . fáilti si
ye are joyful Wb 24c13 . nírbu lánfalid Sg 42a7 . am faelid,
Thes. ii 293.25 . bid faílid (v.l. faeilid) iar ríchtu, Fél. Aug.
854 . it fáilti iar coscur, Prol. 64 . an tíi conessa a pecthae
... bid failid side la Dia for nim ZCP iii 27.17 . bátar failte
LU 8218 ( FB 16 ). batir faelti meisc fir Ulad LU 10585
( CC 3 ). is ann tanic S. hos é fáilid PH 3789 . it failte na
cossa inna roguth cen gluasacht LL 282a42 . failti na beoil
fria blassacht ib. 45 (= Gael. Journ. iv 216 ). atá ní nad
5failid and .i. ar n-estecht ib. LL 45 . As complement of pred
with do-gní: cid dotgni failid what makes thee glad? Anecd.
i 8 y . sursan rig dorigni failid happy the king whom it made
rejoice
Cog. 32y = rí dia ndearna faoilidh FM 866 . With
DE of cause: fálid din garg[g]ním, MacCarthy 212y ( LL
10 129 marg.). bat failid uile de sin RC xliii 24.19 . intí is
láind ┐ is failid don fhailte spirutalta PH 5830 . ba faoiligh
siomh dia rochtain i ttir ... FM vi 2292x . With IMM of
cause: batar faoilidh [sic leg.] im rochtain E., Leb. Gab.
i 10.30 . is f. ¤ FRI, RÉ N- rejoices at; makes welcome: frimm
15anmain rop fáilid (faeilid v.l.) Samthann, Fél. Dec. 19 . ba
failidh fri hoígedu bid guests welcome Ériu ii 172 . as fáilidh
an senoir fribh BNnÉ 18.19 . ua foilid a feichemh riamh,
Aisl. Tund. 93.13 . nirb ailig lucht an tiri rompo, Anecd. i 21 .
ba faoilid a cumpánach roime, Aisl. Tund. 120.11 . faoilidh
20ród ... atáid fionnGhaoidhil TD 1.56 .
Less frequently as attrib.: for slog faelid Filistín SR
5892 . in choland fhailid = caro laeta PH 4946 . don ḟlaith
ḟaoilidh ` kindly ' TD 31.4 . pleasing, welcome, agreeable ;
is f. ¤ LIMM: I am glad of, have pleasure in: ni bu fáelid
25leis a menma he was not happy in mind LU 8749 ( FB 56 ).
ba fáilid lais fegad in choimded PH 1249 . robo fáilid re
(la v.l.) cách a riachtain everyone was glad of his coming
Ériu iv 128.13 . ba failid la Cormac in nisin RC xliii 24.12 .
bidh failid rat naimdib sin PH 1203 .
30 Adv. co failid (gl. l[a]etus) Gild. Lor. 267 . co faelid
PH 408 .

faílid v (cf. fáel `wolf'?): 3 s. pret. (with pron. suff.) failsius
sochaide Setna Sithbacc, Rawl. 116c28 = Ält. Ir. Dichtg.
i 17 § 11 (`laid it waste like a wolf' Meyer, see n. p. 22 ).
35 Cf. also: failiss ier sin sectoib trichat toichmet (rhet.) RC
xiii 11.22 .
Cf. 2 fáelad.

1 faill n (older fall) cf. falla for ethaib .i. cen trebad no cen a as cia trebthair, Rawl. 111b36 ( RC xxvi 46 ). f. n s. fall, O'Mulc. 456 . ZCP iii 25.21 .
Ériu vii 138.16 . Cf. reimhrsi ... gan fall gan foilmhe, Ó Bruad.
40 iii 214 . faill (g s., n p. -i) IGT, Decl. § 14 . (a) neglect, neg-
ligence: distinguished from ēislis, O'Mulc. 456 . ni epelai
faill na esliss IT i 141.24 . fall fri Dia ZCP iii 25.21 .
= fall for dia `neglect of God' Ériu vii 138.16 . v s. a fhaill
┐ a lesci áine ┐ ernaigthi! PH 8224 . gan bheith d'faill ar
45in dáil | acht a n-airm uile do ghabáil they had only [i.e.
were just about] to (?) seize their weapons Duan. F. ii 346 .
logh fir isa f. ¤ fiacha (.i. ... a logh do fíachaibh in fir dorighne
in faill) `by whose neglect the debts are incurred' Laws iv
248.27 . f. ¤ coimeda neglect of guarding ii 4.30 Comm . robai
50a f. ¤ gen a tacra `he neglected suing for it' iv 50.8 Comm .
gan f. ¤ tabaig [sic leg.] orra without neglect in levying BNnÉ
255.15 . idir smuaineadh, bhréithir, ghníomh ┐ f. ¤ by thought,
word, deed, and omission
TSh. 800 . na peacaidh do-ní
ré f. ¤ sins of omission (opp. to peacaidh ghníomhacha) 4089 .
55 g s. Marc ... ná dlig focal faille `who deserves no word of
neglect
' Fél., Ap. 25 . ní híctar othrus isin f. ¤ `sick-main-
tenance is not paid for the neglect
' (= in a case of neglect)
Laws iv 50.11 Comm. freastal faille `defective attention'
Ó Bruad. ii 44 . do dhruim faille `through apathy' Content.
60 xvi 125 . d p. a fallaib flatha `from the neglects of the chief'
Laws ii 270y (see ZCP xiv 367 ). Of that which is neglected:
is f. ¤ cech n-aichnid what is familiar is overlooked LU 3916
( SC 43 ). DOGNÍ F. ¤ (with gen. or prep.) neglects: is e sin
aenineadh a ndilsigeann aithgin o duine a f. ¤ do denam,
65 Laws iv 50.10 Comm. pian na manach ... dirinne breg ┐ f. ¤
im Dia, Aisl. Tund. 104.28 . an tí do-ní faill, TSh. 1685 .
dronga do-ní f. ¤ san bhfaoisidin 9013 . DO-BEIR F. ¤ (I N-, AR)
id.: na hoighreadha ... do-bheir f. ¤ i nguidhe, TSh. 4600 .
go dtugadar ... f. ¤ i n-a ghlanadh `neglected its purification'
70 Keat. i 84x . ionnus ... nach tugdaois f. ¤ ar guidhe ar do
shon, TSh. 4982 . DO-BEIR I F. ¤ neglects; fails: go dtug ...
i bhf. ¤ gan bheith dá ollmhughadh neglected to prepare himself
TSh. 3838 . ni tardsat ... eissiomh i ffaill gan tocht fó a
thoghairm FM vi 1926.11 . LÉCID I F. overlooks, passes
75over: cuit cáinte ... ni léicther i f. ¤ LL 29b44 . tardsat
miscais dia trebaire ┐ roslecset a f. ¤ , Aen. 1763 . gach eglais
rolécthi i f. ¤ ┐ i n-éislis FM ii 1084.10 . frichnamh na tri
mbliadan ... ro leic a f. ¤ (of services due to the lord and left
undone) Laws ii 196.27 Comm. (b) a state of heedless-
80ness; being off one's guard, an unguarded condition: ar
bhfaicsin na faille seeing the opportunity (the unguarded
state
) Ir. Monthly 1927, 358 . lá na faille the day of peril
A. Ó Dálaigh vi 2 . indreth a chrīche an tan fuairset i foill
ocus i n-ēislis when they found it unguarded ZCP xiv 230.16 .
85 go bfuair f. ¤ sa fforchoimétt baoi fair FM v 1576z . FO-GAIB F. ¤
(with gen. or AR) finds at an unguarded moment, takes at a
disadvantage: rugadh a nert, frioth a f. ¤ `she is caught
unwarded
' O'Gr. Cat. 466.17 . ní hás dí dá bhfaghthaoi a
faill if she be caught unguarded Studies 1931, 81 . a bhen
fuair f. ¤ ar in bfert `that hast found the tomb all lonely' (i.e.
5unguarded) O'Gr. Cat. 371.14 . crann ... ar a bhfríoth f. ¤ ,
PBocht 7.30 . ní bhí friothaire ar nach ffaghthar f. ¤ fa dheóidh
which may not be taken unawares at last Hugh Roe² 6.32
(f. 3b) = FM vi 1896z . dá bhan-óigh ar nar fríoth f. ¤ = (who
were never caught tripping
?) A. O'Dálaigh xxx 11 . AR F. ¤
10 unguarded: eagal go bhfuighther ar f. ¤ | dreagan ... ó
gConaill, Ir. Monthly 1920, 593 . ni fuighthí lá an feart ar f. ¤
never a day would the tomb be found unguarded 23 F 16, 24 .
Cf. rotgabsad ar t'faillseo TBC² 2645 (perhaps for: rogab-
satar t'faillsiu, but cf. TBC 3446 ). Hence (c) a chance,
15 opportunity, occasion (cf. báegal): is fursa dhúinn fáill ┐
am d'fhagháil agus [ar v.l.] ar dtoil fein do dheanamh ZCP
iv 408.11 . is mur sin dogebum-ne f. ¤ cum imtechta an oppor-
tunity of escape
vi 292.9 . nach roibhe f. ¤ aca na neithi ... do
bhreth leo they had no time to take MacAingil 64.17 . Cf.
20 faire an fhir faille ` spy ' (one in wait for an opportunity)
Ó Bruad. iii 22 . fortbhéim faille an unexpected blow ii 126 .