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féscain : x see fégsain.

fescomarc : x see fiscomarc.

1 fescor n o,m. (Lat. vesper,cf. W. gosper, Ped. i 198 : a
native word, cognate with W. ucher, Stokes, Arch. iii 284 ).
5(a) evening, eventide, vespers: ond fescur maull (gl. a sērā
obditā) Sg 183b3 . fescer quasi uesper , Corm. Y 593 . feascor
.i. deireadh láoi, O'Cl. hi fescur lathe gemreta LU 6477 .
i tosach lai ┐ ... etir ┐ fescur, Ériu xii 142.27 . in f. ¤ Sabóti
the evening of the Sabbath PH 3449 . la f. ¤ (.i. dered laí) 1699 .
10 g s. in huair [ḟ]escuir (= vespertina hora) Lat. L. 52 . fāir
maitne [sic leg. ?] nó fescir ... ar cumtubairt in maitin nó
fescer, O'Mulc. 491 . gen. of time : cét sléchtain cach fescair
every evening Ériu iii 98 § 17 . acc. fescor `at evening ' Hy
v 27 . [ba] marb Cáïn ... | fescur i nglind I. at eventide
15 SR 2002 . aurnaigti do chetal fescur `at vespers ' Mon.
Tall. § 30 . alaind luadam luades blai | fescur ... LU 3800 ( SC
37 ). (b) fig. end, wane, decline: conid he sin f. ¤ na haessi sin, ar
robae matan ┐ f. ¤ cacha haessi, Rawl. 70a12 . is he fescur na
haessisin (i.e. fr. Abraham to David) 73a50 . fescur aidche,
20 Chron. Pict. 102.12 (quoted Wortk. 227 ). fescar flaithiusa
MR 122.4 (cf. 2 fescor). feasgor a ndraoidheacht `the
extinction of their magic
' Keat. i p. 216 (poem) = f. ¤ co nd.
Leb. Gab. i 180 . co f. ¤ (with neg.) never (cf. chaidchi, choidchi
< co haidchi and see KM, Wortk. 227 ) : mani thetarrais
25issin chētforgam, ni thetarrais co f. ¤ LU 5135 . (c) in poetic
style used of a battle (fought at eve ? Cf. similar use of
matan) : dā ḟescur Midhe ZCP xiii 374.6 (B. in Scáil),
cf. dubadaig ib. 10 . da ḟescur i Saimniu ib. 29 .

2 fescor n (same word as prec. ?) separation: feascor .i.
30dealugud, Lec. Gl. 218 . M. 403 L.

fescorda adj io-iā (1 fescor) belonging to the evening, vesper-
tinal: edpart matinda ... idpart f. ¤ SR 4404 .

fescrigid v g: i funethar gó .i. i fescrigend gó LL 186b42 =
feiscregenn, Rawl. 108b2 (`in which falsehood grows towards
35 evening ' Stokes, RC xxvi 19 n. 3 ).

fésgain : x see fégsain.

? fesi : ind cia ainm, ar sé na mna dorala cugib? fesi imcomairc
dorinne ann, uair rob i a ingin fein i, Laws i 252.22 ("seems
to mean it was a pretence of a question," Plummer, Slips).

40 fes(s)id v i (apparently denom. from 2 feis) but there may be
confusion with the perf. of saidid, often written dofesid,
e.g. TBC² 3163. 3174 ) spends the night, stops (in a place),
remains: fessit samlaid co matin TBC 144 = anait St. co
rofesetar ... for bru Boinne, Laws 64.23 Comm. (gl. on :
45 co foetar = co feotar). pret. sg. 3 fesiss in ríg ina ṡuan-
tórthim LB 219b35 ( Aisl. MC 107.23 ). pl. fessaiter na
rígrad um P., Aisl. MC 19.24 . fessatar co cend trí cóicthiges
and i tig Conaill RC xiv 428x ( LL 111b27 ). The follg. prob.
belong to saidid `sits,' q.v.: do ḟeisidar an adhaigh sin
50isin mbaile, Im. Brain i 62.10 (cf. doessidar in oighthi ann
sin gu soinmhech, Caithr. C.C. 52 ). fessid ... isin tig oíged
co matain, Aisl. MC 19.12
Cf. trian ... issed feisi [feise v.l.] leis .i. tarrustar aici,
O'Dav. 945 (leg. dofessid ?).

55 fésóc n ā,f. (dim. of 2 fés) a beard: fesog (gl. barba), Ir. Gl.
47 . f. ¤ grennach, findfad liath, Thr. Ir. Gl. 11 s.v. crontṡaile.
[a] fesoc no a n-ulca na fear, Laws iii 354.8 Comm. an
uair tuc lam tar a agaid ni ḟuair finda n-ulchan na fésóige
fuirre, Anecd. i 76.19 . moethmaccoemh ōg gan ulchain
60gan ḟésoig TBC 2264 . do bhí féasóg ar bhfás air
(humorously, of bad butter) TD 37.2 . grúag mo chinn ┐
mféusóige, Ezra ix 3 . pl. fésóga, 2 Sam. x 5 . Longgabarbi
asa tuicther lucht na fesoc bfoda ZCP xiii 180.10 . Cf.
creach na fésoicce la Tighernán Ua Ruairc FM ii 1040.21 .
65 Cf. n.l. Leaca·na fesóige `the name of a hillside near Bantry'
Arch. i 183 .

fésócach adj o-ā bearded: fesogach (gl. barbosus), Ir. Gl. 645 .

festa adv (see fecht and fodechtsa ; Zimmer, KZ xxx 18 ff .)
TBC 1131 St (= i fechtsa LL). Cf. i festa TBC 1188 . Aisl.
70MC 103.7 . hi f. ¤ 107.12 . festu, CCath. 5167 , 6065 . fesd
(: mesg) IGT, Decl. ex. 831 . (a) now, forthwith (of an action
commanded or about to begin) : comeirig f. ¤ rise straightway
IT i 124.26 . fāgaid f. ¤ é leave him at once ZCP vi 66.6 . (b)
from this time on, henceforth: cid do chend facba ... i f. ¤
75nicon tias dot imdegail LL 65b42 . ga gasced i rragam i f. ¤
84b12 ( TBC 1188. 3568 ). bemit f. ¤ chóidche fri saethaib LB
111a33 ( MacCarthy 54 ). Conall Cernach t'ainm-si cusaniu.
Conall Cloentruag t'ainm f. ¤ ZCP i 104.18 (= budesta ib. 35 ).
cúisi ... in catha ... conice sin. in scel fein innister 'nar ndíadh
80f. ¤ , CCath. 381 (fodesta co leic v.l.). gion go ffaicfit mo chorp
coidhce f. ¤ BNnÉ 267.10 . ní budh hé an ghrian feasda do
ṡolus, Isa. lx 19 . (c) rarely with a past tense : do loisgis
ar mná fesda ` but now ' Ériu i 26.175 . ó so amach deasca
in domain | a sgath festa fuarobhair you have enjoyed the
85best by now
YBL 392a28 ( Dán Dé xvii 14 ).

fésta n (late deriv. fr. Lat. festa, prob. through Engl.) a feast,
banquet: feústa (equated with cóisreach, fleadh, bainis)
Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 170 ). roindter an féoil sin orra mar f. ¤ , Maund.
171 . na laithi f. ¤ 153 . lucht féasta feasters Keat. Poems
330 . do rinne Leui féusda mór dhó, Luke v 29 . pl. doníter
5cethri fésta sa bliadain, Maund. 202 . a festadaib móra 194 .
festada, Marco P. 84 . iomad fleadh ┐ féastadh, Keat. iii
2214 . Rarely of a religious festival: festa Sancti Petri ,
Fl. Earls 218z . a ffesta d'festoibh na heguilsi 220.2 .