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fellaid v ā (1 fell) acts deceitfully, proves false (to). With FOR
(AR) : ni fellub form thigerna SR 3188 . isse ra fell for
Neptuin ... im log cumtaig na Troi LL 217a47 ( TTr. 31 ).
ro ḟellsabar-si for bar tigerna `became traitors to your lord'
85 PH 2829 . dia ro ḟelleastair ara oclach ina thuaristal
defrauded ... of his wages Dinds. 81 . is granna ro fhelluis
form ZCP vi 42.18 . fellfaid cāch for i[n]tī bias for a lepaid
RC xxvi 41 n. 3 . ni ḟeallfa sé ort he will not fail thee Deut.
xxxi 6 . an tan ḟeallas nech oruinn, Parrth. Anma 484.4 .
Comes short of, fails to fulfil (a promise, duty, etc.) : ri
5feallus for einech, Laws v 172.17 , with gl. : feallus for a
comuirce i.e. proves false to those under his protection.
(See enech, II a) 174.5 . ro ḟeall for a breithir broke his word
AU 1170 . ba maith a gellad ... | ni fellad ar a comall he
never failed to fulfil it
ZCP vii 304.15 . (trans. ?) fallach cach
10fine frisa mbi micora ma da feallasdar saer fairgse, Laws
v 442.20 , with gl. : madia rabat na so-fir a faill ac a firdec-
sain can a fuaidreadh (i.e. looked on without hindering)
444.3 . Pass. impers.: muna fellta for an righ, Cog. 96.17 .
dia ḟélltair form fiachaib `if I am cheated of my dues' Aisl.
15MC 45.27 . rofellad fair RC xviii 163.28 (Tig.). do himreadh
ort feall ... | má do fealladh ar fonn fós if ever a land was
dealt with falsely
Hackett xlii 6 . ? verb. necess. a chuirp
Mheic Dhé ... ní fhríoth ort ... luagh fa mbudh feallta an
[leg. ar ?] corp criadh (i.e. a price for which it would be
20worth while to betray a human body (?), of Judas's betrayal)
Dán Dé xxvi 29 .

felle n (cf. 1 fell) treachery: echtrannfaid f. ¤ (feille, fele,
feilli v.l.) for cach dind `treachery will adventure' RC xxvi
40 § 206 (with gl. : .i. brecairecht ib. 41 n.2 < YBL).

25 ? fellmida : adj mac f. ¤ fir-ugdarta Fedlimid `the good and learned
son
' MR 126.17 .

fellsaime n f (fellsam) philosophy: fellsube Wb 30b11 . ingach
uile eladhain ... eter ... ḟisigecht ┐ fellsaime AU iii 430.2 ;
632z .

30 fellsam n o,m. (<Lat. philosophus) n s. felsub, Wb 26d26 .
g p. felsub 27a10 ; later also n-stem (chiefly in pl.). feall-
samh, g s. —aimh, —amhan IGT, Decl. § 51 . d p. feallsamh-
naibh, TSh. 248 . A philosopher: Wb 27a10 . rop foglainn-
tid, rop ḟelsam SR 2702 . fellsam PH 7796 . Maund. 24 .
35 fellsamh (gl. philosophus) Auraic. 670 . fellsum eolais ┐
inntliuchta AU 1287 (= feallsamh toghaidhe FM. felsom
feso ┐ eoluis ┐ indlechta ┐ clercechta, Ann. Conn.). pl. ind
[ḟ]ellsaib , Alex. 970 . Cf. issi vero ind fellsuba BB 499a33
( IT ii2106 ). thugadar a bhfilidhe ┐ a bhfalsamhna chuca
40 ITS i 74y . na feallsamain nadurdha, MacKinnon Cat.
28.11 . sechim na fellsam following (imitation of) the phil-
osophers
Fél. 2.16 . do rer na fellsam, Laws i 26.11 . do
réir ghnáthfhocail na bhfeallsamh, TSh. 2513 . in duine
dianad sloind ic na felsamaib domun becc PH 4606 . morán
45d'fellsamhnuib, Maund. 204 . In translations from mediaeval
Lat. the term fellsam (feallsam) is often used alone for
Aristotle , see Mackinnon Cat. 9.15 ; 30.39 .

fellsamanda adj io-iā philosophic, wise: fuigli f. ¤ filed MR 194.2 .

fellsamdacht n ā,f. philosophy: g s. ascnam ind ecna ┐ na
50fellsamdachta, Alex. 807 (= fellamdachta, Anecd. v 1 ).
in suí feallsomhdhachta, TFrag. 210.9 .

fellsamlacht : x see fellsamnacht.

fellsamnacht n ā,f. philosophy, science: nach f. ¤ in Gaedhealg?
Auraic. 57 . dlegar don filid feallsamnacht aigi 3307 . g s.
55 do uilideataid na feallsamnachta eter gramadaigh ┐ dileach-
taigh ┐ rim 51 . feallsamhnachd, Coloss. ii 8 . The follg.
seem variants of the same word : cach fellsamhantacht
imar dhail .... Dia a forus a ḟír-eolais MR 94.7 . foglainti
bescnaid ┐ fellsamlachta BB 497b39 ( IT ii2 105.17 ) = fellam-
60dachta, Anecd. v 1 .

felltach adj o-ā (fellaid) treacherous: ridiri fallsa fir-ḟ. ¤ ZCP
vi 54.27 . tir fealltach finghalach, Aen. 83 . don drochcenel
ḟeltach 2472 . a báss co f. ¤ RC xviii 161.21 (Tig.). pl. nit
feltaig airechta in lucht sain CRR 18 . n an fealltach the
65 murderer Job xxiv 14 .

felm [n ā,f. ?] a fence, enclosure (?) : d s. cuaille feda i feilm
argait a wooden stake in a silver paling (?) Corm. Y 1018
s.v. orc trēith = i felaim n-a. LB = hi felaim a., Bodl. cualli
feda i feilm n-airgit, Ériu xi 48 ( O'Gr. Cat. 145.26 = i foillim
70n-a., O'Don. 953 ), where the phrase is applied to an illeg-
itimate son acquiring property in his mother's tribe, and
is glossed : ... in cuailli feda i fighi in airgit. Cf. the para-
phrase : is cuaille feada i n-airbe airgit, O'Don. 956 . rofoe-
nad felm thuile a bulwark against the flood has been over-
75thrown
(?) Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 25 = IT iii 38 .

felmac n o,m. g s. feilmic, Laws iv 236.15 . A pupil, student,
apprentice to an art or craft, esp. a bardic pupil; in Laws
also a pupil of the 7th grade of Latin learning , one who had
learnt to read the psalms in Lat., see Laws iv 356.23
80Comm. , cited below. felmac .i. mac uad son of poetry
Corm. Y 599 . f. ¤ .i. mac sesa ┐ mac uadh, O'Dav. 880 . f. ¤
... .i. mac foghlamae, O'Mulc. 512 . fealmhac .i. mac foglama,
O'Cl. RC xxvi 14 § 3 ; 15 n. 3 . is urocraig gach fuidir ...
cach f. ¤ i n-aimsir daīre do fithidir, Laws ii 288.6 (with gl. :
85 cach mac bis ag fogluim eolusa ib. 26 ). fithithair fria
fealmac (one of the eight `lánamna' or social connexions
recognised by law) 344.4 . fealmac .i. fuilmac mic iar lei-
ghind a salm iv 356.23 Comm . conā urērset felmaic a
fithithre `pupils will not rise up before their teachers' RC
xxvi 42.15 (with gl. : na descipuil nó na mic foglaimme,
5 43 n. 7 ). ol a ḟ. ¤ fria hAthairne, Ériu xiii 18.32 . fodhbh
gach fealmhac fileadh 20.26 . iarmifoacht araile dia ḟel-
macaib do suidiu (pupils of the druid Cathbad) TBC² 549
= felmaccaim LU. cāidh Dia dinicfa co felmacaib `who
will come to us with disciples
' O'Dav. 573 . am fealmac-sa
10do Thadhg, Content. xxii 23 . port congmala tighe
n-aoidhedh ... do ḟealmacaibh foghlama scholars, literati
FM v 1606.6 . fromadh féalmhac [félmhach v.l.] is aos
gráidh, Ó Bruad. ii 102 . do bhí tri chaoga fialmhac ag
focchlaim eigsi ... ag D., Ériu iv 51 § 10 (early 17th cent.
15MS.). Used apparently of the pupils of a smith : dia festad
in goba ┐ ni fetatar na feilmic (of accidents caused by
imperfect tools), O'C. 929 (< H 3.18, 406 ).