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fairenn : x see foirenn.

fairigid : x see airigid.

fairisínech : x see Pairisínech.

fairithe : x see fairthe and fuirithe.

5 fairmenn : x see formenn.

fairned : x see foirned.

fairr n ale (?) : farthud (fairr v.l.) .i. cuirm, O'Dav. 1013 .
Cf. 1 farrad.

fairrend : x see forrind.

10 fairrge, fairge n iā,f. (Thurn., ZCP xi 312 , suggests the
derivation from *foirsge, abstr. of fairsing, q.v. Cf. Fél.,
Aug. 14 , cited below. See also RC xxviii 14 ; xxxiv 482 ,
Ériu iii 86 ). I Extent, expanse (?) : tar fairgi lir longaig,
Fél. Aug. 14 . II The open sea, ocean: foirrce Sg 67b9
15(gl. Thetis). foirrgae 124a1 . aigén .i. fairrge, O'Cl. fairrge
.i. [a] fervore .i. o bruth, O'Mulc. 492 . fairci (gl. [a]equor),
Ir. Gl. 1103 . in fhairghi (gl. abyssus) 575 . is acher in
gaíth innocht | fufuasna fairggae findḟolt `it tosses the
ocean's white hair
' Thes. ii 290.4 . ro rathaig Noe ... ind
20fairge do imthrāgud SR 2548 . co mbaí Noe ... cen imcasin |
di bith buan acht fairggi fraig 2579 . fótrond farrci dimóre
LU 9099 ( FB 85 ). tíagait ass forsin farrci LU 6726 ( BDD 22 ).
formnae na fairgge LU 6863 ( BDD 44 ). frithe fairge a waif
of the sea
Laws v 320.9 . for muir ┐ fairrge PH 2081 . cia
25leth i teit an grian ... o thét fon fairrciu ? RC xiv 36z .
muirchomrac forsind [ḟ]arce AU 1022 . ind ḟairgge ochar-
gorm TBC 5027 . in ḟarggi 5976 . ro cuiritt . . . tar muir ┐
tar mórfhairrge were sent across the sea Cog. 138.23 . for
tonnaibh na trenfairrcciu (: indiu) BNnÉ 100.24 (form
30due to rime). gér gháibhtheach ... an fhairrge, TSh. 2067 .
foghlaighe fairrge pirates 2380 . don leith thall d'ḟairrge,
Keat i p. 72.13 . Rare in pl. : na fairrgeadha the seas Ps.
lxix 34 . In n.l. (rare) : in fairgi Ioanda (mare Ionicum)
BB 451a7 ( Aen. 181 ). in fairgi nIondae (acc.) BB 451a10 (= Aen.
35 184 ).

? fairse ? ind Octauin ... cosa tuidchetar Indecdai ┐ Scethecda
... cosna fairsib cona réir d'Octauín co Roím, Alex. 1115
( LB 213a25 ) = fairnibh BB (perh. the right reading).

fairsing adj i, u, forsiung- Ml 60a2 . fairsiung 84a3 . Fél. Oct. 28
40(v.l.) LB 36a35 . farṡiung TBC 1022 . (a) ample, broad,
spacious: fairsiung (gl. latus) Ml 84a3 . fairsing (gl. amplus)
Ir. Gl. 640 . epistil bai imma bragait, ... in tan nobered
fírindi ba fairsing da braigit ; in tan ba gó ba cumang,
Bodl. Corm s.v. sin ( 1160 Y). is cumung is farsiung (descr.
45of `iffern') LU 2453 . is lethan ┐ is fairsiung in sét (= lata
est uia) LB 36a35 = PH 4000 . is fairsing a ṅdál-som `ample
is their assembly
' [ wide, far-reaching (?), cf. (b)] Fél., Oct. 28 .
badhun f. ¤ , Maund. 252 . iostad f. ¤ , Measgra D. 57.6 . is
fairsind urlar a thaidhe AU iii 612 (instance of -nn for -ng,
50K.M., Wortk. 68 ). machaire fairsing, TSh. 2556 . fearann
fairseing (: eing), Keat. i p. 172 . don árus ḟ. ¤ ... na cathrach
neamhdha, TSh. 2729 . robsat fiala fairsinge a foirgh-
neamha MR 102z . fa gíall geimhil ḟairsing í a hostage with
a roomy fetter
IGT, III. ex. 419 . As subst. : a slucud in
55oenfecht ... dar farṡiung a bragat TBC 1022 (fairsingi St).
gabsat rompa i bhḟairsiung sligheadh in the open road RC
xliii 38 § 36 . ar fairsingib ┐ ar forréitib na ferand the wide
(open) and level parts Fianaig. 64.10 . in dabhuch as luga
... | fairsing ndesi [sic leg.], cumang trír, Acall. 3926 (`too
60wide for two
' SG ii 203 ). (b) in extended sense ample,
copious, profuse: slabar cach cumang ┐ eslabar cech fair-
sing, Bodl. Corm. s.v. slabrad ( 1153 Y). sealg romhōr roḟair-
sing a widely flung hunt Fianaig. 42.1 . Of persons profuse,
generous: Ua C. an chroidhe ḟ. ¤ TD 34.30 . gáir na bhflaith
65bhfairsing, Measgra D. 57.19 . iostad na bhflaith bhfairsing
bhfíonmhar, Keat. Poems 1570 . go mbíodh go fial f. ¤ leis
na dronguibhsi, Mac Aingil 364.2 . Superl. : foirsingigem
(probably for -gimem ; gl. latissimam) Ml 67d4 . COMPDS. :
forsingmenmnach (gl. magnanimus) Ml 123a16 . ¤ menm-
70naige iā,f. acc. in farsiungmenmnaigi (gl. magnanimitatem)
Ml 90c4 . dat. huand fairsingmenmnaigi 136a14 . gen. inna
forsiungmenmnaige (gl. longanimitatis) 60a2 .

fairsingad, -ed n u,m. (vn. of fairsingidh) Further exx. s.v. fairsingigud. widening: fair-
singadh fairsingeadh IGT, Verbs § 65 .

75 fairsinge n iā,f. (see fairrge) (a) amplitude, width, extent :
n s. ind fairsinge (gl. vastitas) Ml 102a21 . a d s. ara foirsingi
122a9 . hi farsinge (gl. on : hil-lethu Hy i 43 ), Thes. ii 305.28 .
boí ... día farsingi in tige so spacious was the house LU 8739 .
is diasneti ... farsinge ┐ lethet na flatha nemda LU 2477 .
80 mét ┐ fairsingi ┐ lethe na cathrach RC xxviii 322.18 . gach
fairsingi bias an dorus, is usuide lē dul amach, Ros. Angl.
44.11 . o tā sdét fírluath fúd, gabh f. ¤ ┐ fireitech na ferunn
`make for the broad and open country' ZCP vi 36.2 . ar f. ¤
na feronn in the open field, at large 285.23 . ní husa ... a
85coiméd in bur cathrachaibh díb na for fairsingi in muighi,
St. Ercuil 1948 . Cf. mar fh. ¤ bhealaigh do mhacaibh na
mímhéinne to give scope to O'Bruad iii 16 . anmanna ghair-
mid fili mar ḟ. ¤ dá slighe, Content. xviii 155 . nach fuláir
dhóibh fairrsinge na Fódla dá mbuidhnibh, Ir. Monthly
1929, 331 ( DDána 380 ). d'f. ¤ a indtlechta MR 318.29 . Cf.
5 d'fairrseanga, DDána 54 § 21 . (b) lavishness, munificence:
tossach féli forsinge LL 345b25 . Anecd. iii 16.8 (= abund-
ance
?). geall feile ┐ fairsinge BNnÉ 282.16 . a féle ┐ a
ḟairsinge do cliaroibh Erionn `his generosity and bounty'
FM iv 664 . Abundance: f. ¤ aráin Prov. xxviii 19 .