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85 fallásach, adj o-ā (fallás) deceitful, fallacious: fallasach .i.
earráideach, T. Ó Neachtain MS. Dict. fallásach fallax
Plunket, Lat.-Irish Dict. aithrighe fhallsa fhollásach, TSh.
6902 . d'fháischreideamh fhollasach Cailbhín 6109 . See
Gadelica i 273 .

fallsa adj io-iā (Romance loan ?) I False, deceiving: in duball
5fallsa the black treacherous cliff Arch. iii 237 § 23 . rád f. ¤ ,
Ériu iv 114.1 . fios f. ¤ (.i. brēccach), Leb. Gab. i 26.13 . ón
ór ḟ. ¤ IGT, Verbs ex. 190 . día f. ¤ an idol Maund. 152 . nír
fallsa mé ┐ dob fuath lium lucht na fall[s]achta, Fier. 37 .
aithrighe fh. ¤ feigned penitence TSh. 6901 . cumhdach fallsa
10feóil mo bhall 3313 (cit.). comhthrom f. ¤ a false balance
Prov. xi 1 . fáidhe f. ¤ false prophets 2 Pet. ii l . beid comursain
fealltach fuar f. ¤ fa cēile ZCP x 50.24 (Laud 615). triar
nárbh ḟ. ¤ riamh dá rann never false to their side TD 36.15 .
ó tá mo ghníomh f. ¤ fuar `vain and ineffective' A. O'Dálaigh
15 xliv 11 . do ēist mo Dia rim-sa ... mo glōr dō nīr ḟ. ¤ ZCP xii
388.24 . an corp fallsa da bfoghnuim 383.28 . muna
ccoisce ar ccorp falsai-ne 383.20 . ag fochuidmheadh
go f. ¤ fa na seanchadhaibh `deceitfully ridiculing the
antiquaries
' Keat. i p. 50.2 . n II iā falseness: in ḟ. ¤ IGT IV
20§ 127.13 . reic óir ar ḟ. ¤ ex. 1010 .

fallsacht n ā, f. (fallsa) (a) falseness, deceitfulness: in ḟ. ¤ IGT
IV § 127.13 . gan ḟ. ¤ MR 298.20 . nirb inmain lim lucht na
fallsachta, Fier. 37 v.l. (b) falsifying, interpreting falsely (?) :
beid na cléirigh mealltach ré f. ¤ na litrech ZCP x 50.1 . (c)
25 slothfulness: cuiridh a nf. ¤ [neach] a ccodladh throm, Prov.
xix 15 .
Cf. next.

fallsán n o,m. a sluggard: Prov. xxvi 13 - 15 .

1 fallscad n u,m. illegality, illegal proceeding (?) : forga
30gach fine a fosguiche a fallsgadh .i. isé is ferr [nó] is firtogaidh
don fine inti foscuchas uatha in t-iumad inndligid scuchas
cucu no scuchus fal dochraite dibh `who removes from them
the great amount of their illegality ... or the barrier of
oppression
' Laws iv 376.14 . feidm flaithemuin fine for
35fine for flaith falscuithe, O'Don. 2223 (< Nero A vii p. 151 ).
flatha fallscuithi manchuine .i. imat a mainech somaine
d'innsaighe do eclais echtrann is badhudh don ferann é,
O'C. 379 (< H 3.18 p. 214 - 5 ) (falscuithe seems intended for
gen. of falscuchud).

40 2 fallscad : x see follscad.

fallsugad n u,m. falsifying: ag fallsughadh ṅa ccomhthrom,
Amos viii 5 .

fallugud n u, m.: détbach na ndét icá combrissiud ┐ f. ¤ na
fiacal icá follach LL 236a9 ( TTr. 1413 ).

45 1 falmaire n io,m. (Lat. palmarius) a palmer: an f. ¤ ZCP
vi 283.23 = in t-oilirtech ib. 26 . falmaire 23 D 14, 23 =
Dán Dé xxix 3 (where there is perhaps a play on the double
meaning). In bad sense a stroller, vagabond (?): falmaire
(palmaire) `a palmer, a sturdy beggar ' P.O'C. Cf. don
50fhalmhuire ` ravager ' O'Bruad. i 84 .

2 falmaire n a rudder, helm: for f. ¤ (v.l. palmaire) in dara long,
CCath. 2024 . f. ¤ (p.) `the helm-bar of a ship ' P.O'C.

? 3 falmaire: ind gu ngoirge Ḟinn ḟalmuire, IGT, Decl. ex.
2021 . Perhaps an error, cf. v.l. almhuine.

55 falmóir n (cf. Med. Lat. almarium) chest: ro chuir ... an
lōn ... a falmoir chomdhaingin cloichi ` ambry (?)' Betha
MÉ 8 ( Ét. Celt. i 85 ).

falmugad: x see folmugud.

? falscuchud: x see fallscad.

60 fáltach adj o-ā as npr. m.: eapscob na Midhe .i. an Faltach FM
iv 672.14 (= De Valle or Walle, Harris's Ware 147 ). fál
.i. fánaidh isin Berla, ut est: Fáltai[gh], Ériu xiii 82 § 303
= O'Dav. 1018 (where Stokes's note is to be deleted).

fáltaige: x see fál-tech s.v. 1 fál.

65 faltanas: x see foltanas.

fament n m. (Lat. pavimentum) pavement: f. ¤ ina halladaib,
Maund. 195 (paigimeint v.l.). See fáigimint.

fán n o,m. IGT, Decl. § 96 . g s. fain RC xliii 38 § 37 (B. Lism.).
a p. fanu LL 187b52 . A slope, declivity, depression, hollow:
70 fan ... i vallis , O'Mulc. 489 . etir fán ┐ ardd both valley
and height
Ml 140a2 . fo fán `down a slope' Hy v 55 . f. ¤ na
n-ech, ... f. ¤ na fuine `the slope of the horses ... of the cooking'
Met. Dinds. iii 24.309 (divisions of a town at fair-time).
lind ... Féic ... méraid hi fán rátha ríg, Met. Dinds. ii
7510 = LU 4136 . tocbais a lummain ... i fán a dá gualand,
Aisl. MC 43.16 . folt ... co f. ¤ a chulad nape of the neck
LL 266a1 ( MU² 532 ). ar f. ¤ na bathaisi the occiput 23 K 42,
417.20 . Fig.: hUí Neill gan righe rurech, acht a mbeith
fo fhan echtrand `under the wretched rule of strangers (?)'
80 BNnÉ 305.24 . As adj.: uamnach cech cintach, f. ¤ cech
aithisech `every reviler is precipitate' Tec. Corm. § 15.19 .
pl. i fanu folerbad `into the slopes of death' RC xxvi 28 § 107
(= Rawl. 109b16 ). i fánaib, i réidib, Trip. 216.26 . co
ngabad in caithchris sin do o fanaib a arann co hard a
85formna `from the slopes of his kidneys' (i.e. the loins)
CCath. 4685 . i f. ¤ laid low, prostrated: dindgnai Herenn ...
a mbith i fás ┐ i f. ¤ prostrate LL 150a2 . do cuir [in mucc] ...
daoine i f. ¤ overthrew Fianaig. 54.22 . as mó do cuir meisi
hi ffán what chiefly brought me low ZCP x 32.19 . biaidh B.
i ffán BNnÉ 307.28 . tuitim i ffan a fall headlong Anecd. ii
540.3 . san bhfán = in imo TSh. 10656 . AR [ = FOR] (I, LE, RE)
F. ¤ astray, wandering (as a vagrant or exile), cast away, deso-
late: fotracbad ar f. ¤ thou wast left desolate PRIA iii 546 ( LL
147a5 ). ar f. ¤ ┐ ar fiarlaoid, TSh. 2522 . a seoladh ... i
bhfán tar tonnaibh Clíodhna, Keat. Poems 60 . dochím ...
10ruaig ár dtréan re fán our champions driven into exile Hackett
xix 26 . Cf. cēn gair cech fān imthēit lēn sooner or later
every wandering comes to grief
Ériu ix 48 § 23 (= LL 147b45 ).
Compds.: With adj. ¤ fota longbacked (?) (epithet of a charioteer):
ara ... forseng fánfota LU 9274.10232 . With subst.:
15 ¤ fid: ré fíodhbhadh fáinḟeadha `a forest of sloping wood'
Todd Lect. iv 94.4 . ¤ glenn a hollow, dale: etir feda is
fánglenna, Met. Dinds. iii 426 . a fedhaib ┐ hi fanglennaib,
Dinds. 103 . o gach fáinghlenn diaroile, Buile S. 62.7 .
co rainic fanglenn mór bai ind eitermedon an muighe,
20 CCath. 3071 . ás ḟánglentaib na ciach above the hollows
(undulations) of the mist TBC 5060 (= ós fántaibh, St).
hi ffedhaibh ┐ hi ffáinghlenntoibh FM vi 2342 . ¤ lige trough,
groove (?): a p. fanlige, gl. valliculas ( Levit. xiv 37 ) Thes. i
1.14 ; 2.34 . ¤ mothar: n p. fanmothair Glenna B. `sloping
25jungles
(?)' CCath. 4764 . Cf. fánaid.