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airíasacht

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n (íasacht) leave, permission: ní lomethar nech dul dond imdae cen airíasacht (.i. cetugud, H. 3.18 p. 532) dóib, BDD² 1207 . batar íat a geisi . . . techt i ndáil cen airiasacht `to enter an assembly without leave', RC xiv 400.1 ( LL 12571 ). feimed ┐ uriasacht na finechaire `refusal and permission of the family', Laws iii 422.9 Comm. greas airiasachta for indeoin `working on the anvil with permission', Laws v 486.22 . airiasacht cen dunad no dunad cen airiasacht, iv 154.y Comm. is ed is uriasacht and a escail do dul ar a cenn, iii 254.13 Comm. is comairci borblachais gin uriasacht i marbad t'athar, O'Curry 961 ( H 3.18, p. 415 ). inti do fith (= fich) bidbad i tuaith ce[n?] airiasacht do rig no do impir, O'Curry 705 ( H 3.18, p. 340 ). iar nairiasacht ┐ feme[d] dligid, O'D. 844 ( H 3.17, 602 ). madh airiasacht ar aine oc na bi airiassacht fir cota `consent', O'Dav. 108 .

fém(m)ed

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Forms: fém(m)id, ḟémiud, femid

n o, m. also fém(m)id, vn. of fo-émid. Cf. éimded.

(a) being unable, failing (to do something) : la féimmed ind lēmme do-chúatár ind fir aili by failing in the leap the other men made LU 9134 ( FB 88 ). co fuair fer ... iar femiud a himthechta unable to walk SR 6448 = iar ḟemded a imdechta LB 129b17 . iar femed in craind do dluighi aci after failing to split the tree Fél. 110.40 = ḟémiud, Fél. lxxiii ( LB 85 ). iar femead a leanmana do Ch. when C. could no longer pursue them Dinds. 132 . roimthig I. ... ar femed sida iter a macaib, TTebe 2794 . ar femeamh na sealga being unable to hunt Aen. 731 . g s. néla femid `clouds of impotence' BDD 79 ; 83 ; 102f (femmid).

(b) refusing (to do something), shirking (freq. of a refusal due to impotence or fear) : feimed ┐ uriasacht na finechaire `refusal and permission of the family' Laws iii 422.9 Comm. cin feimidh cin uriasacht v 262.28 Comm . in dom femid-sa [a]deiri-si sin ? do you say that in order to refuse me ? IT i 72 n. 19 (< YBL 110b4 ; fémed-so, Eg.). ise dorat tir do iarna ḟemud do braithrib a athar when his uncles had refused (? been unable) to give it Rawl. 149b45 . robo cín doib tairmeasc na haīri iar ḟemedh na duaísi, IT iii 96 § 155 . iar ḟéimeadh a síd día siú ┐ anall since it was impossible to pacify both sides Alex. 135 . impois rí Erenn ... iar femidh catha dó o M. after M. had refused to give him battle RC xviii 279.6 (= ro ṡoi ... iar femiudh chatha do tabairt dho, AU 1170 ). folld. by cen : da ḟemmid gan a comrac do gabail do laim for refusing to undertake the combat TBC-LL¹ 2861 .

finechaire

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Forms: fineachaire

n , f. (fine + cuire `band' ?) a family group, friends (?): cach bis don f.¤ , Laws v 366.17 Comm. breithemnas ... don urradh for in deoraidh ... ┐ a dibad uile do breith do, muna uil bescna do re f.¤ , iii 130.15 . g s. más a n-écmais a finecaireach ... mása fiadhnaise fineachaire , O'D. 1980 (< Eg. 90, 11a ). Cf. más a fiadhnaise a ḟinechaire ... más a n-écmais a fine ib. is fingalach é ┐ nocho dligind cuid dibaid na teora fine ... nocho [sic] nicud in fogail dorine ris in finechaire , O'Curry 1968 (< H 4.22, 14 ).

finechar

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Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: finechair

adj o-ā (fine) loving one's `fine' or kindred (?) ; loved by the kindred (?): fuarrech cech f.¤ , Tec. Corm. § 13.10 . finechur gach solebach, Laws iv 374.23 = finichair cach solepaid .i. is finechoir is coir a bith isand fine inti ga mbi deigleabaidh doib, SM Facs. 5b ; 'f.¤ is everyone with a good bed, i.e. he is "kindred-proper", it is proper that he be in the kindred, he who has a good bed (good protection) for them' Phil. Soc. Trans. c (2002) 413 n. 30 . irchaire ... .i. cara ēgnairce, ut dicitur: irchar cach finechair, Corm. Y 792 = finechaire , Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 186 ( O'Curry 107 ). ō atchualutar a finechar ┐ a munter ┐ a carait ... na scela, LB 233b6 (leg. finechair or finechaire ).

forcluaisin

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n f. (for-cluinethar) hearing, overhearing: is ferr duit d'finechaire umat ... nas t'anfine fri f.¤ n-ecarat do tiachtain dot adhbul dichell, H 3.18, p. 214b ( O'Curry 379 ).

Cf. forcloisin, forcloistecht, forcluinsin.

forsaide

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n , f. constancy, firmness (Thurn., ZCP xviii 402 ); wisdom, discretion, experience (?); the notion of old age seems present in some exx., cf. arsaid: a fis, a forus, a forsaide, Ériu iv 162 § 24 . tria ḟostai, tria thoi, tria forsadi ZCP xii 363.31 . cona ndeghindscib suadh ... a himat forsaighe, Anecd. v 26 n. 21 . Fenius Farrsaid .i. ar med robai fis na farrsaighi oga, BB 252a27 . As attrib.: raith forsaigi fine (.i. in trebuire tairismech biss don finechaire, in bo-airi is fearr) a reliable (?) surety Laws v 340.19 ; 342.10 (transl. `a surety who sues his tribe' as if = for-saig (see Thurn. l.c., and Bürgschaft p. 53 ). sendliged forrsaide sine sencuimne `an old right of remission, older than the memory of the old' (taking sine = siniu), Laws v. 450.4 (Thurneysen questions this rendering, Bürgschaft p. 53 , but cf. his addendum, ZCP xviii 402 ). Cf. forrsaidhe .i. scaileadh ... is lais na senaibh coiméd int sencusa ┐ a ḟorrsaidhe for cach, Ériu xiii 71 (for gl. here cf. forsatu).