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? 2 faísmid (adj. or subst. ?) ilardai a toisig cech threib, |
85niptar foismid for oensreith (of judges of Israel; = they
were not of one permanent line of succession ?) SR 5322 .
A deriv. of fáesam in its orig. sense `standing under, being
stationary'? Perhaps we should read: foísmig (n p.).

faísmigid v acknowledges (?): dighailfir foseisiter fine .i. in ḟir
ḟaoismighes in fine, H 3.18, p. 219a ( O'C. 390 - 391 ). Cf.
5 1 faísmid.

faisnéidid: x see aisnéidid.

faisnéis: x see aisnéis.

faistín n a parcel (?): beir úan in faistin ucut LL 279b16
( SG 414.12 : `istam tolle a nobis fardellam' ii 450 ).

10 fáistine: x see fáitsine.

fáistinech n o,m. (fáistine) one who prophesies or divines, a
soothsayer: fáistineach ` wizard ' Deut. xviii 11 . Lev. xx 27 .
pl. na fáisdinigh , Dan. iv 7 . ná héistighsi ... re bhur bhfáist-
ineachaibh, Jerem. xxvii 9 .

15 fáistinid v (fáistine) prophesies: ré briathra bhur bhfágh
ḟáistineas díbh, Jerem, xxvii 16 . an ní do ḟáisdin A. ... do
ṡaorchloinn Bhriain TD 21.19 .

fáistinigid v g (fáistine) prophesies: pass. perf. corab é ...
ro faistiniged i petarlaic, ro comailled i n-nuaḟiadnaise LB
20 225b2 .

fáitbiud n u,m., fáitbe (vn. of fo-áitbi) cf. fáibteadh IGT,
Verbs § 82 . Smiling; a smile: faitbiud cen gen cen gári
(rule for monks), Ériu iii 96.8 (fatbi v.l.). nach beoil blaiset
ni thic faitbiud na gen gairi forra ii 112.29 . Laughing,
25 laughter and in bad sense laughing at, deriding (with gen.
or imm) = faitbe no faitbeadh .i. gáire, O'Cl. mebais a
ḟáitbiud gáire for Fergus CRR 18 . fáitbe cach maith (off-
spring of the vice of avarice), Ériu vii 152.27 . faitphed
bráithre (sic leg.), Lism.L. 4538 . ac faithfed [faitfed v.l.]
30┐ ac fochuidmed immi, TTebe 2514 . g s. cai faitbiuda do
chach, Corm. Y 1184 . lín faitfe (faitfiuda v.l.) `mocking
host
' O'Dav. 698 . See fáibtige

faitche n (faitech) caution, heedfulness: faitchi frisin cumacht-
ach awe of the mighly one (i.e. God) Arch. iii 315.2 = faitech
35 LB 262a15 . ? is faitciu laissom a nemfairitiu he deems it
more prudent not to accept
Mon. Tall. § 35 . is faithciu [sic]
don oes graid ... a coisecrad iarum persons in orders ... must
take care to cross themselves thereafter
LB 11a40 ( Rule of
T. 76 § 47 ). Cf. also: a fate .i. a fatcc[h]ess uime fein, Corm.Y
40 904 .

faitches (-ius), faitigus n u,o,m. (faitech) O. Ir. n s. (a)
fatigus, Ériu vii 138.24 . a s. faitigus Ml 36a23 . fatigus
115a11 . (b) faitches IGT, Decl. § 38 . (c) faitechus, Laws
v 508.22 Comm. g s. faitchessai, Corm. Y 1184 . fait-
45cheasa IGT, Decl. ex. 1058 . TSh. 6770 . faitcis, TTebe 327 v.l.
(a) caution, heedfulness, being on one's guard: gl. cautio
Ml 36a23 . 115a11 . faitiges i n-uathad ZCP iii 25.29 =
fatigus, Ériu vii 138.24 . fó dúib fatchius ┐ fót TBC 504 .
ni ró ḟég Fergus dar a ais riam ... ar nad ráided nech ba
50fatchius dó fégad dar a eiss 1906 . is coir dó imecla ┐
faitchius PH 4115 . co ro imgaibe nech ... guasachta in
tshaegail tria fhaitches ┐ tria threbaire 4861 . atrubairt
fri firu hErend faitchius inn aidche sin to be on their guard
that night
TBC 1468 . déni fatchius be cautious 1495 . dia
55fessaind, con [leg. no] beind 'na fatchius I should have been
on my guard against them
933 . bíd cách i faitces a fóit,
Corm., Thr. Ir. Gl. 21 s.v. fót. as cōir bheith 'na fhaitchius,
áir bidh mairg donti dogena a aimreir, Lism.L 2011 . in ti
ac na bi faitechus ceille co comlan, in mac bec (i.e. who is
60not fully able to look out for himself), Laws v 508.22 Comm.
Cf. o firmeisemnaigter fine maithri beth a faitchius ris
`that the tribe ... are cognizant of it' iv 44.21 Comm . faitchius
duit frisin mnai be careful of (= guard carefully) the
woman
Ériu xii 152.6 . (b) anxiety, apprehension: do ghabh
65faitchios an rígh roimpe ML 4.17 . faitches na breithe
aithrighe do chuirfeadh an t-oide ... ar an bpeacthach
anxiety about the penance the confessor would impose TSh.
7448 . d'fhaitcheas ... go leanfadaois sompladha a sean
(= ne ... exempla ... consequerenter) for fear lest 5334 . uaimh-
70neach ... d'fhaitcheas na colna in fear on account of the flesh
2106 . a dhéanamh do dhruim fhaitcheasa (ref. to servite
Domino in timore) 6770 . maille ré faitcheas agus ré crioth-
nughadh, 2 Cor. vii 15 . a haithli atchis (ḟaitcis v.l.) na
haidchi, TTebe 327 .

75 faitchesach adj o-ā (faitches) cautious, apprehensive: go hime-
glach f. ¤ , Fl. Earls 232.9 . do hadhnaiceadh S. le fearaibh
faitcheasacha, TSh. 5655 (= viri timorati Acts viii ).

faitchither v pres. subj. sg. 2: ní faitchither senori LU 3485
( SC 26 ). Cf. -fathgathar.

80 faitech adj o-ā (a) cautious, heedful, wary: fót .i. faitech, Corm.,
Thr. Ir. Gl. 21 . gl. cautus Sg 51a8 . faittech Ml 21d4 . pl.
bad faitig frisin foirin sin be ye cautious as to (gl. observate
eos) Wb 24a24 . ecal cech faittech, Tec. Corm. § 15.20 .
faitech cech uaimnech 13.24 . isin probeirb choitchind,
85is cian o ghuasacht cech faitech PH 4863 . ba f. ¤ ar na ba
fiachach take care lest thou incur debt Anecd. iii 13.10 . BB
64d1 . ni faiteach int Albanach, Anecd. i 3y . ben ḟattech
LL 264b27 ( MU² 357 ). mina chometa co f. ¤ in uaisle sin PH
4103 . do thigedh co faiteach furechair, Buile S. 142.19 .
(b) timid, fearful: da rabh mo chliar fand faiteach BNnÉ
5 286.23 . mar go rabhadar [na hApstail] féin fáiteach fa
bhuain re Corp Chríost ar mhéid a n-onóra air (i.e. received
the Sacrament with awe), Eochairsgiath 99.18 . Of horses,
nervous, skittish: sdét f. ¤ foluaimnech ZCP vi 32.13 . (c)
fear-inspiring: rob faiteach [aithech v.l.] leo fegad na fisi
10sin, TTebe 1254 . (d) cf. munub faitiuch cach aesa `unless
he is
skilled in ' Laws ii 88.13 (with gl.: muna roibe fath
is deach aice ...).