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fáir n sunrise, the east: fair .i. turgbail na gréine i matain ...
unde dixit Colum Cille: Dia lim fri fuin, Dia lim fri fair
.i. fri turcbail, Corm. Y 605 . fáir .l. turgbháil gréine no
éirghe gréine, O'Cl. fair maitne [sic. leg. ?] nó fescir ...
tignair quasi die fáir, O'Mulc. 491 . See 1 fescor.

5 1 fairbe ? ind fairbe .i. fior ebe ... fear fairbe .i. an fear bhios
ag fior-ebe na cuisi i n-aighidh neich ar logh `the man who
advocates (defines, draws up ?) a case faithfully against a
person for fees
' O'Curry, Mann. and Cust. iii 476 n. 500
(quoted fr. Mac Firbis, Gloss.). Prob. same word as next.

10 2 fairbe (vn. of a compd. of ben- ' cut, strike ' ?) : fairbe .i. in-
narba ut est fairbi n-ainfis .i. fír-indarbasi aneolus ó neoch,
O'C. 1474 (< H 3.18, 653 ). fairbedh .i. indarba ut est
fairbed n-ainfisi .i. frí [leg. fír ?] indbairsi aneolus o neoch
574 (< H 3.18, 286 ).

15 fairbech adj o-ā notched (?) : poncernd .i. medh fairbech, Trans.
Phil. Soc. 1859.192 (< H 3.18, 733 ) = in med inbech, Corm. Y
1053 .

fairbríg : x see forbríg.

fairc ? ind gel a sethna[ch] f. ¤ fo cess | imman fethlach fithrech
20mairc, O'Mulc. 595 .

fairche n iā,f. (Mid. Ir. form of O. Ir. parche < parūchia)
a parish, or monastic diocese , used in wide sense of the sphere
of authority or influence of a particular cleric, and esp. of
the ecclesiastical district or group of monasteries ruled by
25the same abbot (see Plummer, Vitae SS. Hib. i p. cxii ) :
cech apstal ina ḟairche ndílis fodessin LB 153a48 . fairchi
iarthair Midhi do chur le cathair Cluana maic Nóis `the
diocese of Westmeath
' RC xviii 291 (Tig.) = do roinnedh
fairce ceall Fer Mide ar dhó etir Epscop Cluana muc Nois ┐
30Epscop Cluana Iraird CS 1107 . dona faircheadhaibh nó
dona dioséisibh is da dteorannaibh amhail do horduigheadh
san tSeanadh so Rátha Breasail, Keat. iii 4715 . Fairche
Thuama `the see of Tuaim' 4737 . o Eirne go Sionainn
suairc | f. ¤ mo chiosa the district of my tribute (of St. Maedóc)
35 BNnÉ 238.18 . báoi gnathughadh oc Ciaran fora mhancaibh
gusan fairci bai léo 108.36 . Banba ben C[h]uinn chédcha-
thaig | don bannaeimh as í as fairche Banba (i.e. Ireland)
is the saint's diocese (of Gobnat) ZCP xiii 19.24 . In loose
sense a territory, district, etc. : for fairchi in arathair plough-
40ing-field Fél. 72.22 . fairche faltshoilse th'fhuinn ghloin,
Measgra D. 50.23 . sgotha fíona in gach f. ¤ , Content. xxx 11 .
falamh gach f. ¤ (gl. fásach gacha fearainn) Ó Bruadair iii
178 .
See pairche.

45 fairchideochuin n (< archidiaconus) IGT, Decl. § 112 . arch-
deacon . See airchi-

faircle : x see forcle.

fairclech : adj see forclech.

faircseóir n i,m. (faircsiu = forcsiu) fairgseóir IGT, Decl. § 50 .
one who beholds, a spectator, surveyor: faircseoir in betha,
50 Todd Lect. vi 69 ( LB 138b49 ).

faircsiu : x see forcsiu.

fáirdel : n fuaras fáirdeal go raibh ... bainnse san mbrugh
`I got tidings of' O'Bruad. ii 56 (<Engl. fardel ? cf. pairdel).

fairdreis n f. (cf. driss ` bramble ') a bramble: a dubhairt an
55nfáirdhreis, Judges ix 15 . fairdhrís `The Eglantine or
Sweetbriar
; foirdhris, &c.' P.O'C.

faire (O. Ir. aire) n iā,f. g s. na faire LU 9079 . Watching,
guarding, a watch: cach fer díb a aidchi do ḟairi na cathrach
LU 9051 ( FB 80 ). luid L. dond faire in chétaidche LU 9056
60( FB 81 ). co trath na faire ... issa sudiu na fari LU 9079 - 80
( FB 83 ). bíodh f. ¤ ar an dteach i dtám, Dán Dé ix 7 . f. ¤
leabtha ar luighe ríogh TD 27.16 . ac f. ¤ do stoir, Fier. 168 .
mili laech ...oc f. ¤ in righ, Marco P. 69 . iiii.mílid ac fare
for cech ndroichet 136 . fear faire a watchman TD 10.21 .
65 Isa. xxi 6 . bean ḟ. ¤ ar ar tréidne atá IGT, Decl. ex. 1406 .
luchd f. ¤ , Matt. xxviii 11 . do-gní f. ¤ keeps watch: muna
dhearna tú f. ¤ si non vigilaveris TSh. 128 . déanaidh f. ¤ =
vigilate 788 . f. ¤ ┐ forfhaire do dhéanamh orra féine 2688 .
Of a military watch, a period of sentry: a ttosach na f. ¤
70meadhonuigh [sic] the middle watch Judges vii 19 . d'ierroidh
focail na f. ¤ the watch-word Fl. Earls 44.12 . Of waking the
dead: dá oidhche dhéag ... ag f. ¤ na gcorp sin go n-iomnaibh
┐ salmaibh, Ériu i 90x . ni fhuaratar tech a ndendais corp
Mic S. d'fhaire, L. Chl. Suibhne 8 . Cf. fulang caindel d'airi
75marb LL 200bw = Met. Dinds. iv 152x . Ferr fairi inā iarraid
vigilance is better than seeking (for what heedlessness may
lose
) ZCP vi 261.1 . As interj. look! take care! As word of
summons or warning, look; beware: faire, ol siat, ciste
fuair in duine si PH 1053 . adeir S. an tan bhíd Éireannaigh
80... ag bualadh a chéile go n-abraid ... do ghuth ard `Pharo,
Pharo,' ... ní fíor dó sin, óir is ionann é ┐ `faire, faire ó'
nó `ó faire,' ag a rádh ris an rann eile bheith ar a gcoiméad,
amhail adeir an Francach `garda, garda' an tan dochí
a chomharsa i nguais, Keat. i p. 42 .

85 fairech adj (faire) o-ā watchful: as coir easbog dho bheith ...
na dhuine ḟaireach = ` vigilant ' 1 Tim. iii 2 .