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2 fáball n ā,f., also o,m. (Lat. fābula or fābella) a fable, fiction,
romance: fabhall .i. brég, O'Cl. `fábhall' brég, Met Gl.,
85 Ff. 13 . incipit do fhábull sísana, Aisl. MC. 69. 31 . sgéul
fábhaill, Desid. 2181 . g s. (a) i cind na fáible ib. 71. 5 . (b)
sgéal fábhaill TD 3. 32 . fuairsceul fabhaill, Keat. i p. 62 .
frais-eolas fabhaill `a shower of fabulous information' p. 74 .
seanchas fábhaill, Content. xx 7 . pl. ro dhealbhsat na
filidhe sulbhaire na faible breigi .i. on focal is fabhula sgél,
5 O'C. 1467 ( H 3.18, 651 ). más faibhle is milis a mblas,
Content. vi 16 . na faibli guacha gendtligi, TTebe 785 .
ní a mesc na faidhbhle na na cluicheadh, Instructio 199.24
(= non ad iocos et fabulas). Compd. an fábhaill-sgéal léaghthar
ag Lúcas parable TSh. 1448 .

10 fábalta adj (2 fáball) io-iā fabulous: ata na ḟinnsgeul ḟabhalta,
Luc. Fid. 371 .

fábar n (fábhar) (< Engl. favour): mar fhábhar spesialta,
MacAingil 17.17 . fabhor 390.13 . ar ngabhail arís at
fabhor ┐ at fiorghrásaibh, Carswell 184 . bhí fabhar an
15Rígh leis an tseirbhíseach mhaith, Prov. 14.35 .
See also fogar.

fabcún n o,m. (Fr. faucon, Stokes, Ling. Val. Ir. Annals 78 ).
I. A falcon: faucon .i. seabhac gnúis-aluinn, Ériu v 172.140 .
da fhabcun ZCP vi 31.12 . da fáubhcun 29.17 . II A kind
20of small cannon called falcon: ordanas dá ngoirthi fabhcúin
... conid de do len Bél Atha na ffabhcún don áth FM v
1408.9 . Ath na fadbcun AU iii 588.20 .

fábdud : x fobdud.

fabra n (= abra, q.v.) m. 1 An eyelash , see abra. 2 A fringe:
25 go ndéandáois fabhra a nimlibh a ndéaduigheadh, Num.
xv 38 . ar fhabhradhuibh a nimil ib.

fácaibthi (verb. necess. of fo-ácaib) to be left: as fáguibthi
dham thú IGT III § 85 .

fácbáil (fácbál) n ā,f. (vn. of fo-ácaib) Not in Glosses; the
30 n s. fácbál is not recorded. n s. fácbáil LU 8184 . fágbháil
IGT III § 85 . g s. fácbala LU 3819 . (a) leaving, quitting;
abandoning (a place, thing or person): forócrad do Bricrind
fácbáil in tigi LU 8184 ( FB 13 ). techid L. ...
iar facbail a ech ┐ a gilli ┐ a armgascid LU 8529 ( FB 38 ). iar
35ḟácbail a chuirp i n-a adnocul LB 170a28 ( PH 3663 ).
nocon ḟétaim ... fógnum da bar ṅdeeib ... ┐ mo Dia fén
d'ḟácbail LB 182a39 ( PH 716 ). iar bhfacbail na ndithrub sin,
Marco P. 21 . iar bhfacbáil na crichi sin do neoch dia eis
when one has left that province 48 . ar tí a n-oighreachta
40d'ḟágbháil to forsake TD 13.27 . a thigherna fóir oruinn, a
támáoid ar fágbháil `Lord save us, we perish' Matt. viii
25 = TSh. 2060 (cf. under e). With adj. as compl. leaving
(in a certain condition): ni scēl fácbala hi lusc LU 3819
( SC 37 ). in fer fodrácaib co claen aitchid fris a facbail co
45diriuch ask him to leave it erect LU 8392 ( FB 26 ).
assedh doronsat doirsi an bhaile dfaccbháil obhéla
oslaicthe FM v 1734.4 . acc faccbháil ... a ndúnárus
óbhéla oslaicthe vi 2176.4 . (b) With FOR leaving to
(as a charge or responsibility): doruménatár ... ba léim
50ro leblaingseom ... día fácbail forsna feraib aile LU 9078
(`as a challenge for the other men to do likewise' Henderson
FB 82 ). With FO: a fhágbháil 'na aonar fúibh | an é do
bheir meanma ort ? that it is left alone in thy charge Measgra
D. 57.5 . (c) a legacy; a parting injunction, ordinance or
55 prohibition, esp. by a saint, in this sense common in pl.;
generally as cogn. acc. after fo-ácaib and followed by a
clause defining the injunction, etc.: is iad so gesa ḟágbhuim
orruibh ... ┐ ná téighedh nech aguibh tar na fágbala soin
(parting injunctions of Scáthach to the Irish warriors) RC
60 xxix 140.3 . fáccbaim faccbail aile deit ... bidh buadach
do comarba, Anecd. ii 38.11 . faccbais Molling faccbála
maithe do rígh Caisil, Moling § 33 . robennaig Cairnech
iat ┐ roḟágaibh fagbala doib .i. in uair nach biad airechus
Erenn ... acu a spraicc for cach cóiced ... RC xxiii 404.9 .
65 do ḟágbhadar fágbhala ele ar gach aonnech ... nach ttiubhradh
cadhus dhi .i. gan sliocht ... do bheith na dheghaidh,
Ériu v 94.41 . fácbala ar in tiprait, a naemh Patraic !
Coimgi ... do gach neach ibhes a huisqi, ar Pátraic (leave)
thy blessing on the well Acall. 1328 . fágbhais Pádraig ...
70eineach is eangnamh ... d'ḟágbhálaibh air TD 7.17 . g s.
as attrib.: ba comarli coir, ba hathiusc fagbala , Cog. 70 .13
(`a message communicated or inspired by God or the saints'
see footnote). (d) with oc (AG) of pers., to leave with someone,
esp. to bequeathe: a chealla ... dfagbáil `ga n-oighredhaibh
75 BNnÉ 264.11 . ré fearann d'ḟágbháil agá gcloinn, TSh.
3546 . dá bhfágbhadh ... neach a oighreacht ... ag neach
oile seach a fágbháil agá oighre díleas 5141 . (e) leaving
(on the battlefield), i.e. losing: Cerran ... ┐ mac A. ... du
ḟacbail as a lurgg C. and the son of A. were lost out of their
80band
AU 913 . ruccsat ... an ccreich gus an ccampa iar
faccbail druinge dá ndaoinibh FM vi 2232.17 . do cuireadh
guais a ḟágbhala ar an ngobernoir fein `the Governor himself
was in danger of being lost
' 2122.6 . Cf. is dóchaite ...
mḟácbail se innocht la Lagnib LL 304a39 ( Bóroma 105 ).

85 fachain : x see fochonn.

fachlaí : x see fochlaí.