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airtach

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Forms: t-erddach

o, n. Later m. in t-erddach, PH 6371 . Vn. of ar-utaing.

(a) act of refreshing, restoring: is irtach dom a airitiu gl. refice viscera mea, Wb. 32a23 . a n-ertach .i. ind usci, Ml. 121b7 . ertaig gl. reficiendi, 118c7 . denaid a herdach `feed her', PH 1998 . irdach .i. frithailemh, O'Curry 1469 ( H 3.18, p. 652 ). ? Of mensal lands: quem agrum dabitis senioribus uestris? responderunt: `erthech', Cod. Sal. 274 (cited Plummer MS. notes, see V. SS. Hib. cxiii n. 11 ).

(b) act of celebrating; festival, ceremony: dul do erdduch na n-idpart, SR 4600 . lúgnasad . . . .i. aurtach no cluiche Loga . . . nofertha lais um thaide fogamair, Corm. 26.4 . urtach sollomain, Laws iii 18.17 .i. caisc no notlaic, 24 Comm. in fírén huasal . . . día ta a.¤ i n-ecmong na réa se, Trip.² 2022 . fēili Rīg na fīrinne . . . a n-ertach is cet, ZCP xiii 28.10 . irdac na casg, n.24 . dligid in sollamain-si a hanoir ┐ a herdach, PH 3598 . tri herdaige dlegar do denum i sollamnaib, 6370 . co mbadh usaide a erdach ┐ a onóir, AFM ii 1084.16 . ba erdath ┐ ba lith mor la colum Cille ann dogres `a great festivity and merrymaking', Mon. Tall. 156.7 (§ 68) . erdach na Samhna, Hugh Roe 298.z (fo. 78b) . aurtag . . . .i. fēle, O'Mulc. 60 . eardach .i. fésda nó sollamain, O'Cl.

ferann

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Forms: ferand

n o, n., m. land, domain, territory, of a definite area, large or small; gen. of land possessed or occupied by an individual, tribe or nation . Only once in Glosses: gabáil ferainn (= entering on an estate, of an heir) Wb. 19d3 . ferand (gl. ager) Ir. Gl. 390 . ro rannsat Albain eturru hi feranna, Corm. Bodl. s.v. mug eme (ferannus LB). dorat trian a feraind dar cend a mna, LU 240 . isind erund dianid ainm Gorthigernian, 243 . dorat in feronn sin do P. (= agrum ) Lat. Lives 61 . i ferond arole óclaig (= agellulo) 110 . boí in drui oc iarraid feraind i lLaignib for C. ar rofitir combad i lL. no beth a chomarbus. Dobeir C. a thoga tíri dó, LU 3140 . nipu du thír na ferund dó a fuirec dorigni acht do thorud a dá lám, LU 4977 . dorigni timna dia rigi ┐ da ferann iter a da mac, RC xxvi 132.5 . ní cóir a ndiulta ar son gan ferann ruidhles do beth acadh, O'D. 677 ( H 3.17, 496 ). dobéra Día bendachtain ... fora tegdaisi ┐ fora ferunna, Ériu ii 196.12 . rop ē fed a feraind, o Corrsliab... co Caelusce, Ann. Conn. 1307 § 10 . ní dlig feronn [fer] gan treoir no man without ability deserves land ZCP ii 225.9 . f.¤ cerda `the potter's field' PH 3235 . Essuria .i. ferand fil isin Aissia Bicc, 694 . Arabecdai ... do gairm dib iar ḟerund ┐ ciniud land and race LB 198b24 ( PH 6969 ). ro selbsat feranna imda isinn Asia, LU 28 . is iat gabait ule feranna na Indiae, 104 . dogníter na tíre ┐ na ferunda ... co na taircet torad, PH 4232 . isna ferannaib-se (= regionibus) 4471 . tria ḟerannaib na cathrach imach (outlying fields, etc., belonging to the city) LB 134a52 ( Todd Lect. vi 42 ). rí ..., tri ciniudha a f.¤ three tribes were his domain CCath. 66 . na fearinda ḟoghnaid Caisil `the lands which serve C.' Leb. Cert. 62.5 (cf. f.¤ fognama, below). tuccadh feranna iomdha do eccailsib ┐ cléircibh ó ríoghaibh, AFM ii 952.16 . tóranna d'ḟearann Oirghiall, TD 9.35 . aisigidh dhóibh ... a bhfearuinn, a bhfíneamhna ... ┐ a ttighthe, Nehemiah v 11 . Transf. and fig.: mairg dia mba dognas díles in ferand sin (i.e. hell) LU 2231 ( FA 30 ). re ríchtain a ḟerainn (i.e. Heaven), Fél. Mar. 12 . ar ferand forglas fírdomain (i.e. the sea) LL 224b8 ( TTr. 535 ). f.¤ buird mensal land Fl. Earls 106.3 . fearann cairte charter-land, lawful estate Keat. Poems 1006 . f.¤ claidib sword-land (i.e. gained by force of arms): f.¤ cloidhimh, TD 17.1 ; ii p. 255 . cia an tír nar mhaith leatsa sinn do dhéanamh fearainn cloidhimh?, Keat. ii 5641 . co ndernsat [na Danmarccaig] f.¤ creiche ┐ cloidim ┐ forgabhala, Cog. 40.23 . f.¤ fochreca: see fochraic.

f.¤ fognama land assigned to a particular purpose; land for the support of a monastery, etc.: in cathair ... cona ferand fognuma service-land Fél. 46.6 . don mainistir ... cona fearonnaibh foghnamha ` glebe-lands ' AFM vi 2148.15 . f.¤ gaiscid land won by prowess: f.¤ g. is diles don ti nos cosna sech cach n-aen isin tuaith .i. is amlaid gaibter a comlonn aenfir, no tre cath .i. la n-aenaig, O'Curry 2093 (< H 4.22, 73a ). f.¤ pósta: lethbhaile da fearond phosta dowry-land AFM iii 298.14 = do f.¤ phusta, ALC (Ann. Conn.) 1239 . f.¤ rígdomna(chta) land for the support of the King's heir: dia mboí Cathair ... i rrigi Temrach ┐ Cond ... hi Cenandos, hi ferand rigdomna, LU 3138 . ferann rigdamnachta, RC xxvi 132.7 .

Compd.: ¤mag a field, enclosed plain: feartmhagh .i. fearannmagh, O'Cl.

2 forrach

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n ā, f.

(a) a pole used for measuring land: perticc .i. a pertica .i. f.¤ tomais tire, Bodl. Corm. (= Corm. Y 1055 ). hence prob. f.¤ .i. slat thomhais tíre, O'Cl. (see Gwynn on O'Dav. 1048 etc., Ériu ix 157 ff .). Cf. f.¤ .i. slat dhubhánachta a fishing-rod ib. med, airmed, f.¤ , Triads 138 . forrag .i. for agrum , O'Mulc. 577 . foirrge .i. tomuis .i. fair righther in chuing (i.e. pole of a vehicle), O'Dav. 933 . hí fórríg (gl. in funiculo distributionis Psalms lxx vii 54 ), Thes. i 5.17 .

Hence (b) name of an early Irish land-measure , reckoned in some places as equal to 144 feet (see discussion in Laws, Gloss. s.v.): dā troigid dēc i fertaig, dā fertaigh dēc i forraigh da forraig dec i tir cumaile dia fot, sē foirrge dia lethet, Laws iii 334.22 Comm. tir cumaile seo ... ┐ bo ┐ samhaisc ro soich ar gach forraigh de, ┐ is e aile dec na bo ┐ na samaisce na tri scripaill ┐ isi aile dec na forraighe in pertach, O'D. 2356 ( Rawl. B 506 f. 41a ). In Laws iv 276.25 Comm. reckoned as 1296 feet. fod foirge, iv 18.19 . teora foirrge in aircenn tire in boairech, H 3.18, 384ay ( O'Curry 844 ) = t. fairge, O'D. 1244 ( E 3.5 , 4 ), cf. Laws iv 138.15 . Perhaps more loosely in: f.¤ fir, MR 286 , cited s.v. 1 forrach.

Cf. 3 forrach.

3 forrach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 3 forrach or dil.ie/23849
Last Revised: 2013

 

n ā, f. apparently an area of more or less defined extent; a meeting-place (O'Don. Perhaps orig. same word as prec., denoting an area measured off): F.¤ Patraic `P.'s meeting-place' (on a hill), Trip. 188.12 , 16 . luid hi forraig macc nAmalgodo, 134.10 . dororainn a loc leis ┐ forruim a forrich, 192.3 . co tóraind forrach and (of enclosing a piece of territory), Ériu iv 152 § 32 . pl. ad agrum qui dicitur Foirrgea filiorum Amolngid, Ardm. 14b2 ( Thes. ii 268 ). Here, probably: f.¤ giall co Dún S., Leb. Cert. 22.3 = farrach g., 69 . (v.l. cric[h]ad, BB 267a43 ). A prerogative of the King of Ulster, perh. the extent of territory within which hostages might be considered under his control. In PRIA liv (C) 21 n. 9 described as vn. of for-rig `binds' but the existence of this verb is doubtful. See next.

Cf. Forrach in n.l., Onom.