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75 2 farrad prep (O. Ir. arrad) I In phr. i f. ¤ (i n-a.), with gen.
(a) beside, in the company of, along with; close to (a place):
in tan ṁbís inna arrad (gl. quando cum illo est) Bcr 33b16 .
corru anat inna arrad Ml 42a4 . tuc Duaid fersu ... i n-a.
inna fersae ... 40c17 . unnse Conall C. am fh. ¤ sund, TBFr.
80 § 28 Y (= huinse C. C. sund, LL). fosfuair is tulaig ... i
f. ¤ Meda, Ériu iv 158.4 . do foethus-sa dano it a. ZCP viii
318.6 (= it ḟ. ¤ Rawl. 142b49 ). i bhfarradh Dé = apud Deum
TSh. 5863 . ochtar a fforradh in rígh (of a hunting-party),
Duan. F. i 39.29 . is íad so do bhi a bfarradh Muntrós
85d'arm an rí `along with Montrose' Rel Celt. ii 192.32 .
do shuigheadar a gcomhairle a bfharrag an rígh PCT 407 .
istaig it ḟ. ¤ IT i 71.20 ( YBL 110a36 , where the ḟ is a later
addition; it arrad LL 260a22 ). isind loch hi f. ¤ na cathrach
LU 9086 ( FB 83 ). is and dorala oenach do denam hi
uarrad Domnaig S. LB 238ab1 ( Trip. 394.15 ). ata im
5farrudh tibra, Anecd. i 64 § 121 .
Abs. present: senoir do bith hi f. ¤ , Mon. Tall. § 62 . cf.
dus imbad lor caocai do gabail ma thecmaised forcetal
indarrad `if there chanced to be instruction along with them'
Mon. Tall. § 16 (= maille risan ccáoca san, Rule of T. § 65 .
10 Is inda. d s. with art., or bad spelling of i n-a. ?).
Freq. of being in the service of; of living together with;
cohabiting: nicon beosa it f. ¤ ... sech cach ríg do ríghaib É.
(a poet to a king), Ériu viii 156.5 . cia bet caillecha at
fh. ¤ , Ériu ii 228.11 . bidsí ben bias im ḟ. ¤ -sa IT i 71.6 ( LL
15 260a10 ). asbert ní bíad ina f. ¤ acht ben nad fessed nech ...
riam LU 10721 . condotuc [sc. in n-ingin] laiss co mbói
ina farrud RC xiv 242.5 . ar ai beth it f. ¤ -sa `notwithstanding
that I am your wife
' Laws v 274.21 Comm. With vb. im-
plying motion: dobretha Sadb ... hi f. ¤ Conaill LU 8838 ( FB
20 63 ). don tí rachas a bfarradh mná a comharsan, Prov.
vi 29 .
Of owning bees: forsin fer batair bech (.i. forsan fear aga
rabadar beich ina arrud `in his possession'), Laws iv 178z
(180.1) .
25(b) beside, compared with (with gen. or clause): is cluchi ...
lemsa cach comlond ... darónus i f. ¤ chomlaind ... Ḟir d.
TBC 4161 . is ar nemní ... is tomáite duitsiu cech olc
dorónsat ... i farradh na méla ... doratsat fort ... don
chursa, TTr.² 284 . míle bliadhna gusaniugh, is hé a ṡamhail
30an lá ané | a farradh do ré iar ndul in comparison with
your time after death
(i.e. eternity) ZCP vii 301 § 12 . as
ionann liom ┐ do bheinn i bParrtus beith mar so, a bfarradh
mar bhím 'na féccmais BNnÉ 66 § 101 . gidh mor ... do
dhochair bhías romhad nach bíadh sgáth ... ort rempaibh
35a bḟarradh a bḟuighe tú ... anocht RC xxix 124 § 29 .
II Without prep. (a) beside, along with: amal nandéni
mascul dindí as `auxilium' ce beith `genitor' á arrad
Sg 125a6 . (b) in relation to, compared with: amal rogabh
fuil a. feola, Auraic. 1822 . amhail roghabh rithim arradh
40Mettuir, as amhlaidh atáid na báird ... arradh na ffiledh
(glossed `i ffarradh' in each clause), Ériu xiii 42.5 (cited
O'Dav. 47 ; 1219 ).

farrlaeg: x see forlaeg.

farraid: x see forraid.

45 1 farsaid: x see forsaid.

2 farsaid pn I (Lat. Pharisaeus) A Pharisee: PH 2321 . a p.
farsaidi SR 7550 . g p. na Farsaide PH 2312 . d p. dona
Farsaidib 2175 . pn II Sobriquet of the polyglot Fénius,
fabled inventor of the Gaelic language: Fenius Farsaidh
50( = Fenius Farisaeus ZCP x 121 n .), Auraic. 212 . Keat. ii 42 .
Fenius Farsaich ZCP x 129.8 . Foenius Farsaich 144x .
Farsaigh, Auraic. 82 . Farrsaid 160 . Farrsaidh 180 .
gen. Farsaidh 804 . Farrsaid, MacCarthy 288.1 (< BB 11a25 ).
Cf. Feinius Farrsaid, Faraseus .i. divisus .i. in raind, Trans.
55Phil. Soc. 1859, 197 (< H 3.18. 75 c.3 ).

fártha ? ind fear f. ¤ CF Eg. 28 = fer forairi, Rawl.

farthud: x O'Dav. 213 , see 1 farrad.

1 fás adj o-ā (faás Wb 13b7 , 25a17 ) empty, void, (of places)
vacant, deserted, uninhabited, waste: (a) in lit. sense: tegdis
60f. ¤ (gl. domus vacuans) Tur 14. lestar f. ¤ an empty vessel
Thes. ii 294.28 . don ádnocul ḟ. ¤ the empty tomb PH 3411 .
a n-adnocuil ... ité eroslacthi fása 3754 . it fássa a ndúine,
Fél. Prol. 68 . do ḟácaib sáer na háircci inadh tarrnge f. ¤
innti left a place for a nail empty Ériu v 49.3 . bid fas tír
65Temrach Hy ii 20 . ba f. ¤ hEriu iar Partholon uninhabited
MacCarthy 144.18 = LL 127a12 . cóic bliadna do Mide
maith | f. ¤ cen tige, cen degflaith, Arch. Hib. ii 85 § 45 < LL
185a47 . is fáss ó comarbaib féin hí empty of its own
inheritors
BColm. 78.14 . ceall bis fas, Laws v 118.9 (ex-
70plained: ní fás cin daīne sin, acht f. ¤ cin dliged n-ecalsa
120x . o rochualamair-ni scuru na nGrec do beth fass,
Aen. 428 . dochuamar-ni d'fegad na scor fas 429 . grech
na cno faisi of the blind nut Laws iv 36.17 Comm. o rotenc
C. na longphorta folmha ┐ na tulcha fássa tar éis in tṡlóigh,
75 CCath. 2393 . conselgat cricha ... comtar fassa, Rawl.
155b40 . Subst.: doberur dire cach fais of every unoccupied
dwelling
Laws v 168.14 . i fasaib a taeb (i.e. the side between
ribs and pelvis; the waist) CCath. 5756 . Barren, sterile:
meass fass YBL 174a9 = SG 80.8 . arbanna finna fasa,
80 Ann. Conn. 1328.3 . secht punnanna fasa LB 115b41
( Gen. xli 6 ). is gat fás flaith cen giallu LL 146b36 ( PRIA
1893-6, 544 ). gairm fri fas `a cry to the waste' (i.e. futile
lamentation): gair na pecthach oc nemeli frisin Coimdid ro
craidset, ┐ bid gairm fri fas doib, Ériu ii 138 § 134 (=
85 gair [?] cen airchisecht YBL 86a36 ). cf. gairm fri fasguth,
Aisl. MC 125.20 .
(b) transf. and fig. empty, vain, futile: as f. ¤ (gl. quando
vanum et inane est) Ml 78b23 . ni f. ¤ a saithar dogniusa
Wb 11a11 . duús in faás far saíthar (gl. inanis fiat labor)
25a17 . is fass dúnni a pridchimme (gl. inanis est prae-
5dicatio nostra) 13b14 . in n-atberisiu bid dál fás LL 278a28
(= rád f. ¤ Ériu i 68 ). clú fás empty fame CCath. 354 . formolta
fása ... na filed MR 190.5 . naidm fas cen foladh invalid
O'C. 1067 < H 3.18 p. 440b .
Here, perhaps: fas faigdhe .i. fer ro creca ... a selb ┐
10na techta fo tuaith co leir na cleithe ... ┐ nitat diles dodcois
fri galar no frepaid; ┐ is fas dno, cia foighe, mana gata
no mana creca a enech ... Is fas do dno, a faithce fria galar
┐ a repaidh mana tabra nech ní dó ar Dia. Is fas dno,
a saire, ┐ a dire ┐ a eneclann, Laws iv 352.11 (see foigde).
15Compds.: With subst. either in lit. sense empty, vacant
or fig. futile, vain, also feigned, false. ¤ bedcarnach: fais-
bedgarnach na mbronnann dar eis a n-inne `empty starting
of the bellies
' (of reflex movements in corpses) CCath.
5936 . ¤ bolg an empty bag: mar chertli i fásbulg TBC 4386 .
20 Acall. 3160 n . ¤ buden phantom host (?): na fásbuidhne
doilbthi draidhechta, Comp. Con C. 93x . ¤ chocnam empty
chewing, i.e. pretending to eat: ag fascocnom, Aisl. MC
116.26 . occ fáschognamh a mbeol BNnÉ 89.15 . ¤ choí
futile or false lamentation: oc fáschúi ┐ oc fásguba as chind
25Con Culaind TBC 5723 - 6044 . ¤ chretem a vain, false belief:
d'fháischreideamh Cailbhín, TSh. 6109 . ¤ eclais a deserted
church: ar chúl iladh ḟáisegailsi IGT, Decl. ex 232 . ¤ fua-
bairt a false (i.e. feigned) attack: lucht na fásfuabarta
`the decoying party' lit. those of the false attack (of an
30ambuscade) FM vi 1980.1 . ¤ garrda an uncultivated garden
or plot: i ḟásgarrdaib for imlib sráited LB 155a8 . ¤ guba
futile or false lamenting: fasghuba .i. fás acáoineadh no
fáscháoineadh, O'Cl. (see ¤ choí). ¤ scethrach dry retching:
fais[s]geathrach, 23 P 10³, 28b16 . ¤ tech an empty (ruined,
35 deserted) house: co ndeachaidh a faisteach folamh, Buile
Ṡ. 36 y . co fuair C. a fastig he, Deathtales 36.11 . i fastigh,
Corm. Y 1018 (p. 88) = i ḟaistig LB. pl. fáistighe ceall
derelict churches TD 1.54 . gurab hi fástigibh bes a trebh
co brath, Moling 74 . ¤ tempall an empty church: isin fas-
40tempull sin D iv 2, 67 [57]rb7 .