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1 conach

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n o, m. (cú, de Henebre, ZCP i 114 ) name of a disease of animals, murrain; hydrophobia: idopa (leg. hydrophobia) .i. c.¤ , ACL i 337 § 128 . c.¤ do mucaibh . . . c.¤ do conuib confuidh, O'Curry 1103 ( H 3.18, 447b ). mael garb .i. in claimhe, ┐ c.¤ , 657 ( H 3.18, 320 ). c.¤ cruidh oighir Á., / c.¤ é nách iontáobha, O'R. Poems 257 . gebaid c.¤ in tir de, RC v 203.23 . biaidh c.¤ ródhoiligh orra, Exodus ix 3 . madradh conaigh mad dog, ZCP i 114.y . Of human: foiridh c.¤ , Anecd. iii 6.5 . do caithed c.¤ 'n-a cēdfaidh, ML² 1054 ` madness ', Gloss.

do-ícsa

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Last Revised: 2013

Forms: do-ísca, tíscaid, doticsa, doneiscend, comben, tīcsat, tisccet, tíscar, ticsath, tiscaither, tiscaither, doicsed, thíscad, don-iscide, tíscébad, tíscál

v (-icsa?) See Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 491 . Later do-ísca and as simple vb. tíscaid. Raises on high; draws out, removes, takes off . Used of drawing a sword from a sheath , plucking a lance from a wound, stripping off clothing, etc. Indic. pres. 3 s. is iarom doticsa (leg. do-icsa, Edd.) a delg asa brut `then she draws her brooch out of her mantle', Mon. Tall. 150 § 61 . tanīsca C. asa thruaill C. draws it (a sword) out of its sheath, TBC-I¹ 928 . tīsca a cend dia muin takes the head off his (own) back, 796 . tīscaid a ētach de, 747 . tiscaid Riches a hétach dí fíad Ch., MU² 1040 . . . . acht fir cuibse aen fir doniscnai (of drawing a spear out of a wound), Laws v 490.9 .i. don aen fer rotharraingas he, 492.24 Comm. tiscaid a órnáisc n-ōir dia mēor draws off , RC xii 62.1 . ? am-mīl doigsin a chenn de, ZCP iv 41.4 = doneiscend, YBL 58a41 = comben, TBFr. 241 . ? tecsaidh Ceallach ceirtle cruinne C. raises aloft (?) the ball of the world, AFM i 302 . 3 pl. tīcsat dona conuib ┐ dosleicit for slicht na n-og they let slip the hounds, Corm. Y 1018 = ticsaid (.i. benaid), Corm. 35 . tisccet, TBC-I¹ 2106 . Pass. bithus di chend dít amal tíscar di lun as it is cut off a blackbird, TBC-I¹ 1391 . Ipv. 3 s. ticsath a chruich gl. tollat crucem suam, Thes. ii 245.4 (Cambr.). Pass. tiscaither a tarr fon cāinte dus in fuirestar ind or ann let the satirist's belly be taken out, RC xii 66 § 29 . tiscaither, O'Dav. 153 .

Indic. impf. 3 s. doicsed a uball asin lestar he would take an apple out of the vessel, RC xxv 346 § 3 . ní thíscad a drucht do rind ind fheóir he would not remove, FB § 88 . Pass. in tan don-iscide (.i. roberthi) crand as a thóib when a log was taken out of its side, BDD § 65 = BDD² 586 . Pret. 3 s. a tonicas a frithisi, foopart dicetal 'when he took [it] out again, he began to chant' CIH iii 879.29 , Ériu xli 139 . Condit. 3 s. fer nobid i n-airthiur in tigi tíscébad (sic leg.) frigit fri foscod in claidib he would remove a fleshworm, BDD § 99 .

Vn. tíscál. See also ticissiu.

fes(s)acht

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n ā, f. (fessach) expert knowledge or skill: f.¤ righ Connacht ar conuib, f.¤ righ Uladh ar armuib, f.¤ righ Breg ar ecna, Abbott-Gwynn. 210 .

1 fíadach

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Forms: fiadach, fiadaig

n o, m. (2 fíad)

(a) hunting (used apparently in wider sense than 1 selg, and of all kinds of game. In: i selg .i. for aigibh ┐ fiadhuch .i. for mila muige, Auraic. 113 , it is apparently restricted to hares, but the confined sense is unusual). fiadach (= venatio) Ml. 137c1 . ond úair ro scáich dóib fiadach in tṡlébe do-elsat for cethra fer nAlban do thabairt chuca, LL 260b7 ( IT i 74.2 ). ic triall immach sin sliab ... fri f.¤ , SR 2842 ( Gen. xxvii ). ac fiadhach ar mucaib, Ériu v 146.22 . ac fiadhach fur muir le líntaibh ... ac f.¤ fur enaib ... ac f.¤ le conuib ... ar damaibh allta, ZCP vi 54.5 . la da raibe C. ag seilg ┐ ag fiadach a nGartan, BCC § 44 . ro cóirged selg ┐ fiadach, Acall. 4816 . da faghaind selg ┐ fiadach Beinde Boirchi do denam dam, 3204 . g s. cú fiadaig ` stag-hound ' (but cf. Auraic. 113 cited above) Laws iii 412.18 . fetgaire na fer fiadaig hunters Fianaig. 56.31 . gaiste na bhfear bhfiadhaigh, TSh. 3923 . Fig. lé fiadhach friothurlamh na faoisidne searching, probing 2316 .

(b) game, prey (living or dead): do brisfidis fiadhac na furaisi na pailisi the wild creatures of the forest ZCP vi 274.24 . gach uili fiadhach etir leomun ┐ mathgamhain, Ériu v 146.22 . mo ṡáith ... d'íascc is d'ḟiaduch, Anecd. i 25 § 6 . immad fíadaig is fíad-míl, Metr. Dinds. iii 246.72 . lína fíadaigh hunting-nets (for snaring deer) Acall. 4424 . Cuillen bá hadhba ḟiadaig resort of game Acall. 5870 . nach dendaeis a coin ... digbail don fiadach, BCC § 44 . fagh fíadhach dhamhsa venison Gen. xxvii 3 . sluicfidh sé a f.¤ prey xlix 27 .

(c) a hunting-ground, resort of game (late): ionnus nár fágadh leis fiadh i bhfiadhach, ITS i 10.16 (fiaguidheacht v.l.). ?

(d) a hunter: as láimh a nfíadhuigh, Proverbs vi 5 (prob. for fíadaige).

fortamail

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adj i (<Lat. fortis ? Wind. TBC Gloss. ; apparently an analogous formation from fortail, with which it seems synonymous) strong, puissant, prevailing: ba f.¤ oen dib for míle one of them prevailed over a thousand PH 4047 . cf. ba fortail, 4050 . triar fer fortrén ... f.¤ , LU 7730 ( BDD 130 ). Of St. Gregory : fer fortamail co ndipricoidib dichraib mighty in prayer (?) YBL 166b14 (= RC xlii 144.16 ). luamairi lanfortamail ib. YBL 166b 15 . As sobriquet : Aed F.¤ , LL 182a38 ( Arch. Hib. ii 55 ) = A. Fortobol, AU 549 , A. Fortamhail AFM 544 . Fergus Fortamhail .i. bát láechdha fortill in fer sin, Cóir Anm. 179 = Keat. ii 2754 . Of things : cath Sléibe Fuait f.¤ , RC xxix 212 . tuargain ... ḟortamhail, ML 132.19 ( ML² 1765 ). ubull f.¤ fíadain ` plump ' Fianaig. 66.8 . dianbruthghail ... na ffondadh ... foluaimnech fortamail TBC-LL¹ 5619 (St). gur cosain Eire ... go f.¤ , Ériu xi 187.18 . Compar. cia thriallait na duailche immresain frisna súalchaib, is iat na súalchi bid fortamlai, PH 4614 . gur fortamhla do na conuib a nert ... inas doib fein, RC xliii 98 § 102 .