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1 ail

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Forms: oil, oili

n i and k, f. (See GOI § 320 and ZCP xvi p. 183 ). oil f. (g s. and n p. oili), IGT Decl. § 14 .

(a) boulder, rock: cid armbad spiritalis ind a.¤ . . . isi ede ind a.¤ rúnde, Wb. 11a19 . asind a.¤ `out of the rock', Ml. 93b9 . in lind . . ./ do ḟuc doib asind ailig (: maig), SR 4068 . dind a.¤ tuargabad asin tiprait, Trip.² 1067 . co mmemaid a chenn frisin n-ailich, 1507 . cobsaide ailech `firmness of rock', Thes. ii 356.4 . a.¤ (.i. cloch) trom, LU 9949 . petra lasin Laitneoir, a.¤ lasin nGaedel, Auraic. 1087 . dobertha ailge arda foa doitib, RC xii 434 § 37 . mo shuidiugad amal cech nailig ele isin múr clochisea, LB 157b8 . bás Mongāin . . . don a.¤ doteilcc Artūir air, ZCP vi 269 § 7 . enghuba esa ra ha.¤ , SG 366.25 . do bhí an oil ar muin Mhuire / far loigh tuir na trócaire (of the stone at the mouth of Christ's tomb), DDána 20.42 . atā foillicht a choss issin ailigh, Fl. Earls 208.22 . a.¤ .i. cloch, O'Cl. a.¤ áobhta .i. ail aithbhe .i. cloch frith ar tráigh, ib. With defining gen.: a.¤ chloiche large stone: ro bai a.¤ chloche ar a cind, IT i 82.2 . trascraid . . . oilche cloch forru, Aen. 2209 . darsin oilig cloiche, LB 126b23 . a.¤ adartha see 1 adrad. Fig. a a.¤ na sonairte (in a litany to the Trinity), Hib. Min. 43.12 . uathmar a.¤ (of God), SR 4773 . Of persons: ind a.¤ bratha . . . in t-occlaech ard allata, CCath. 2917 . in a.¤ mbratha nach fuilget nerta trenmiled, BB 419b16 . a.¤ cothaighthe gacha comlainn, AFM v 1340.17 . a.¤ ollaman a firmly established teacher, ZCP iv 237.27 . a.¤ firindi, Anecd. ii 8.24 ( Airne F. 272 ). ? Moisi mo cech n-a.¤ / i toisigecht in popail, SR 4451 . Aron ba amru cech n-a.¤ , 4513 .

In n.loc.: Colmán Alo, Thes. ii 269.41 (Ardm.) aduersum Coirthech regem Aloo C. king of Ail (Clúade), 271.33 . See also Hog. Onom.

Compd. ¤-bla stone boundary-mark, Laws iv 142.16 .

(b) grave-stone (cf. 3 oil): cu fil a ailcha imbi, Fianaig. 38.12 . cid glic fri ailchi uara `though he be cunning at carving cold stones', Fél. 188.9 . oil adhmaid a stone of remembrance, Ériu x 80 § 42 . beim fri ailchi aicetail .i. co mbi aicetul anma in fir nod cren accomul noguim .i. ogum na creca do beth illic firt, O'Curry 484 ( H 3.18, 251 ). iomdha oil úir san eing-se, DDána 92.2 . ail leachta grave-stone , Laws iv 142.17 Comm.

(c) monument, memorial(?) (cf. ailad?): forácaib ailgi ┐ airisni da márgnímaib, LL 221a33 ( TTr. 299 ). rolín in domun uili d'algib a nirt ┐ a níachais, 222a46 (ib. 380). d'ailgib ┐ d'air[is]nib a nirt, 225b45 (635). ailche ┐ airise a gnim, BB 414b45 . dia ailgib ┐ día gaiscedhaib, TTr.² 1501 .

(d) foundation, basis (of law, etc.): ar it é trénailig (trenailche, trenailce, MSS) in sin frisa n-astaiter bretha in betho, QML xiii 4 § 1 . is and do-n-icfad na duba digeanna cen a.¤ cen fasach `without foundation without precedent', Laws v 480.20 . co nailchib roscud ┐ fasach ┐ testemuin, O'D. 2211 (Nero A vii 145b). breth cen ailig, Triads 244 .i. gan hailche 'na timchioll, .i. rosg ┐ fasach, p. 43 . Sencha . . . ni conberedh breth ngua gin teora ailche astudha cacha bretha, Laws i 24.23 . sruth do aill . . . do foxla ailche . . . imtha samlaidh in fer samailter fris; baidhidh droch leighniudha fortabhraidsi co nailchib testemna ┐ cedfaidhi, iv 356.12 . ni íadat iubaili for étechti a.¤ , LU 3473 `prescriptive periods should not close upon a foundation of illegality', SCC p. 34 . is ae fo a.¤ .i. iubaile tsaorratha inso, Laws ii 198.2 Comm. ?laighidh a.¤ for naesaib, iii 220.21, 24 , 226.21 . a.¤ .i. dliged no briathra, O'Dav. 631 . a.¤ .i. dliged (B. na f.), ZCP v 486 § 6 . a.¤ (also ailech) anscui(ch) the lit. immoveable rock i.e. unshakeable testimony: for-toing a.¤ anscuichthe lais (.i. for-toing airdi no aimseir . . . no laid no litteir . . . it hē mairb in sin fortongat for biu, nī fortongar cenaib) an immoveable rock testifies along with him (i.e. a sign or time . . . or a lay or letter . . ., those are the dead that testify against the living, without them there is no over-ruling testimony) ZCP xv 361 § 46 (xvi 228) . feitheam for-toing fir fri hailche andscuithe, O'Curry 1890 ( 23 P 3, 22 ). it he a secht in sin con-osnat cach n-imt[h]aithbech: fiadnaisi inraici, ailig anscui[ch]thi . . ., Bürgschaft 21 § 62 . tri filidecht techtai, tri ailge anscuichthi, tri airmitin sen, ZCP xii 363.35 . ni ruc C. breth riam cen teora ailig ancsui[ch]thi breth occa .i. ailig aicnid gaisi etc., CF 73.4 ( SG 89.30 ). ?do fuair . . . a liomhdha (= líomhadh?) an algaibh `in the noble arts', Oss. v 146.5 . See also under 1 all

Cf. 1 ailech.

aithbirach

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adj o, ā (aithber): go raibh misi aithbhiorach orra uile, reproving , Hosea v 2 . As subst. reprover: an taithbhiorach glic , Proverbs xxv 12 .

aitt

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adj i See Vendr. Lex.

(a) pleasant, agreeable . Of persons: sāithech cech ainmnetach a.¤ `every patient agreeable person is satisfied', Ériu ix 47 § 16 . Cūchulainn rop ānraith ait (:glaic), Fianaig. 42 § 8 . . . . os méit Ectoir a.¤ , LL 16558 . Of a place: ōthā Bernān Ēile ait, Ériu ii 50 § 4 . Other applications: in scél n-amra n-a.¤ (maicc), Arch. Hib. iv 207 § 19 . iarsan ríagail ait according to the clear rule, AFM ii 606.18 . ? cobair ait .i. glic , Fél.² cliii Oct. 18 . In chevilles: áireamh ait, AFM i 158.12 . ceim ait, RC xvii 121.18 (Tig.). dorsaire druith delma a.¤ , LL 3758 . As interjection of joy: euge, euge .i. ait ait, Thes. i 3.3 . In phr. is a.¤ la is pleased (with): a n-as-breth fris ní bo ait laiss he was not pleased with what was said to him, BDD² 310 . ba a.¤ la Dáre anisin, TBC-LL¹ 108 . ait leam ní dúa feil `I am glad of the reason for it', BColm. 36.13 . is ait leis an amadán `it is as sport to a fool', Proverbs x 23 . Compar. as aite leó so they prefer, Desid. 6348 . gurbh'aite lé, Dán Dé xxxi 20 . Adv. ata an teach ag eirge go hait (: tslait) nicely , BNnÉ 179 § 35 . Subst.: ìnbat budig do beōil do shainól ┐ do shainait, MacCongl. 77.6 `something specially pleasant, a dainty', p. 192 .

(b) strange, unusual: is ait an obair-se ar Thadhg, Content. xxv 1 . ait an choir `strange the crime' (cheville), xvi 51 .

2 cailg

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n cruith .i. c.¤glic . . . ut est . . . in adberaind frit a rūin / frim odrubairt c.¤ co cruith, Corm. Y 386 . See colg.

caínḟúairrech

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Forms: caínb-, -barrach, caeinsuárech, cainṡuaraighi

adj o, ā (caín + fúarrech). Also caínb-, -barrach. caeinsuárech, BColm. 12.1 . clement, benign. Of persons: cennsa cáenbharrach, mar Moysi, BNnÉ 291 § 7 . a Athair caenbarraigh ┐ a Athair na cendsa, Smaointe B. Chr. 3722 . as trócar caonurrach an coimdhiu, TFrag. 16.4 . glic cainbarrach gl. audax atque benignus, O'Gr. Cat. 238.25 . dlighidh sé bheith caoin-fhuarach (cain barrach, MS.) (of prelate), ITS xxix 201.4 . bíodh an bhanabb cúramach cáonbharrach `discreet', RSClára 44.35 . ceannsa caonbharach, ITS xvi 126.15 . In other applications: is caen-[f]uairrech condirclech in dearc, PH 5916 . a ghrádh caoin-fhuarach (caen uarach, MS) benignitatem , ITS xxix 156.11 . co ndreich . . . caín barraigh trocairigh, Smaointe B. Chr. 205 . Adv. smuain . . . co caínbharrach, 3215 .

Compar.: cainṡuaraighi gl. benignior, Ir. Gl. 1130 .

As subst. a choenuairraig chairdemail (in Litany of Jesus), LB 74b51 ( Ir. Lit. 40.17 ). clemens .i. a chainuarraig, Lor. Gild. 138 . a chaoinuarrach, a dhiadha o clemens, o pia , Celtica i 174.396 .

caingen

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n ā, f., later also o, m. c.¤ m., IGT Decl. § 53 . f., § 54 .

(a) suit, claim, petition, message : caingin no fugall gl. negotium aduersus alterum, Wb. 9c4 . in tan luaithfider a ch.¤-som hi tig Dǽ gl. cum iudicium agitari ejus coeperit `his case', Ml. 57c7 . nī ar cais nā miscuis .i. nī ar dēnum chaingne for nech, Corm. Y 285 . do tosach caingean, O'D. 539 ( H 3.17, 433 ) `of the precedence of cases', O'Don. Suppl. as i mbreth is dia cach caingne (of end of the world), Laws i 22.6 Comm. , perh. for as í in breth as dead . . . . ar nach cnedh bis slan ré mes is di caingin la feine, O'Curry 1819 ( 23 Q 6, 46a ) = di caingiun, O'D. 423 ( H 3.17, 324 ). tiachtuin d'acra a caingne, Laws ii 86.6 Comm. iman caingean frecnairc, O'D. 579 ( H 3.17, 444 ). Maxim, Johan, Ernan / conc[h]uire mo ch.¤ , Gorm. 17 . co cuibdi cach caṅgni, LL 16607 (RC xlvii 293.y). cen gūbreith . . . / . . . / acht in chaṅgen fīr `but (finding) the true facts', KMMisc. 262 § 17 ( LL 18878 ). cia caiṅgen dotuc aniar ?, Rawl. 82b7 . beir . . . / gusin coimdid mo chaingin, CF 88.3 . ar impide th'aingel / co n-ilar a cc.¤ `with all their pleading', Ériu xix 3 § 5 . im Sairial seolta caingean `who prospers causes', Dán Dé xxv 55 . dár gcabhairne im chaingean / daghaighne mná (: aingeal), PBocht 18.4 . ná bérad breth forsin caingin sin, Ériu iv 126.13 . tāinic aingel ar mo chend / c.¤ daingen ar mo ci[u]nd, ZCP vii 307.7 . fer lan . . . do cosnam cacha caingne fa tabrad a lam `in upholding every cause he undertook to plead', Ann. Conn. 1307.9 . conciuchlat[h]ar do chainccen your affair will be heard, ML² 508 . ? do fhregair in sámaid sin / a cánaib is a caingnib, SG 69.18 .

In phrases: c.¤ fri claim etc. against: [intí] bes im caingin fris, Laws ii 86.2 Comm. im caingin fri righ no seanadh gl. tocomracc, v 396.x . im chaingin robui de muintir Tamlachti friss, Mon. Tall. 157.7 . cia c.¤ fil det-siu frin-ne ?, PH 3216 . téit etc. imm, la, fri ch.¤ goes etc. on a message, presents a case: dorrími Sencha . . . in caingin immá tullatár, LU 8745 ( FB 56 ). in c.¤ lasa tancais `the matter concerning which thou hast come', CCath. 4065 . timarnad duit nád dechis . . . / fri caingin (quaingen, caingne, caingeana, v.ll.) na athchuingid / as do liss cot' écc `for business or begging' (command to a monk), Ériu iii 108 § 52 . Note also: ma ta side a caingi a (? leg. i caingin) diubarta, Laws v 504.14 Comm. senchus .i. cuis is cain . . . .i. caing cain ingena (? leg. caingin, caingena) .i. cas caingine, i 30.30 Comm.

(b) dispute, controversy , question (for discussion): aí, cuis no caingean `controversie', Eg. Gl. 66 . tabair . . . comarli . . . .i. im cangin dilgotha cid dogénam imme, LU 9768 . i n-ecmais na caingni sin, 9771 . cepe nom bera . . . cen forus mo caingni chucu, 10260 . fri cosc ┐ cuindrech na c.¤ , Anecd. i 44.19 . fuaradar caingin doilig maxima quaestio , Lat. Lives 77.2 . batar caṅgni imda sunn ic Aed `questions', RC xx 46.21 . búaidh caingni cecha hairechta `victory in every assembly', xxvii 276 § 30 . in bóroma o Lagnib / tóroma do chaṅgnib cland, LL 16842 (`a service of the family tribute', RC xlvii 325 ). ro chóraig cach caingin ┐ cech n-imresain, 1477 . is caiṅgen / bith frisin less n-imdaṅgen, Auraic. 5124 . im cach c.¤ ro fiarfaig de, Grail 2188 . nobetis caingne ┐ écraiti dúibhsi, TTr.² 124 . caingni do chrichnachadh, TTebe 1141 . dénam comairli imon caingin sin, FDG² 685 . ic gleud ch.¤ na mór-ṡluagh `settling the dispute', Celtica iv 34.479 . romain ar gach caingnib / mac Muire go n-ainglib finna[ib] may . . . protect me against all disputes (suits ?), ZCP x 347 § 21 . coscar cacha caingne do commaidem `to triumph in every struggle', MR 258.23 . smuainiud cindti cacha caingni for solving every problem, 94.2 . críoch ar gcaingne `issue of our dispute', Content. ix 4 . an t-ord caingne `method of discussion', xxiv 3 . With ceist: césta ┐ caṅgni in choicid d'ordugud, TBC-LL¹ 868 . oenach . . . / cen cheist cen chaṅgin cen chreich, LL 27826 . du ceastaib ┐ du chaingnib domundaibh `worldly questions and cases', Auraic. 48 . ré heidir-ghleodh ceasd ┐ caingean, CRR² 16 . ceist ┐ c.¤ , PH 9 .

(c) Less specifically business, matter, affair : in cois ┐ in caingin ara-rogbad in salm gl. causam cantici `the matter', Ml. 74b11 . i cach caingin gl. in negotio, Wb. 25b5 . bid imda a n-airgne garba / is a caingne allmarda `piratical exactions', Fen. 66.10 . díchuirthar úain . . . tairmesca na c.¤ . . . saegulla (exhortation for Lent), PH 4993 . ba nefní leis a c.¤ ora maid in cath remi (of Protesilaus), LL 32287 `their dealing', TTr. 1475 . bad adba ch.¤ can chacht / bad adba aingel mon port (of Tech Molling), SG 366.29 . c.¤ in bāis brais, ZCP vii 302.27 . aingil Dé dom dín / fon caingin clé atchíam, KMMisc. 254.2 . suairc in ínis rangamar / imdha a cnuas is a c.¤ , 317.15 . cá c.¤ uil bar fargam what are you proposing to undertake(?), FDG² 638 . dōib fēin bid olc in c.¤ , ZCP v 22 § 9 . beg air . . . c.¤ na namad `the doings of the enemies', TFrag. 154.13 . is i caingean is coru `policy', Cog. 122.21 . rí an bheatha ceann gach caingne `Lord of all causes', Aithd. D. 75.16 . do bert . . . laimh imna caingnibh sin do fhorbhadh `to carry out these charges', Hugh Roe² 216.15 .

In prep. phr. with IMM: im chaingin ind anmchairdini `concerning the matter of spiritual direction', Mon. Tall. 135.11 . cia ro thuttis im chaṅgin t'ingini, TFerbe 253 . im caingin na ndaoine do déndáis aithricche `in the case of men', RC xxv 396 § 10 . cionnas do ghéndaois im caingin na nDanar, TFrag. 118.1 . With TRE: tre c[h]aingne con on account of, Sc.M² 21b .

(d) In later lang. also covenant, pact : dorinnes c.¤ re-m shúilib ( Job xxxi 1 ), PH 7800 . ro snaidm si a c.¤ , Grail 2291 . in c.¤ cona rathnachus tucsatt `guaranteed pact', Stair Erc. 358 . ar coilled a caingne re Ruaidri `had broken his covenant with R.', Ann. Conn. 1315.12 . in c.¤ sin C. ┐ M. `arrangement between C. and M.', CCath. 1163 . nī scarthar a c.¤ , ZCP iii 32.22 . an té ler cailleadh a chor / a caingean Dé do diúltadh, IGT Decl. ex. 1355 . fada súas fa bhrúach mBeirbhe / crúach sgeimhle ó chrúas do chaingne, 1373 . deadhuil chaingne na ccumpán `after the breaking of covenants', Studies 1921, 588 § 3 . lucht crúadhaighthe caingneadh (chaingean, v.l.) réidh `men who harden easy covenants', 1919 , 256 § 4 . ní fhuil ar chléircibh caingean, Measgra D. 55.18 . `the clergy have no status(?)', Gloss. ní bhí caingean ná cairdeas idir a lucht aittreabhtha (of vices of the body), TSh. 2948 .

(e) In chevilles: c.¤ ṅglé, SR 5463 . clothach caingean, Anecd. i 60 § 86 . caingean ceart, SG 24.23 . caingin nach gann, ZCP i 121 n.z . nochar ch.¤ cle, BCC 40.16 ; 168.29 . .

Compd. With adj.: bidh cath-buadhach caingen-glic `wise of counsel', Leb. Cert. 8.13 .

caingnech

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adj o, ā (caingen) contentious, troublesome : bar scél is cruáid 's is caiṅgnech, TFerbe 605 . ba cangnech a cét-tochmarc `contentious', Metr. Dinds. iii 82.68 . coscor caiṅgnech, LL 4914 . lám fri tarbata / domain . . . chaingnig, ACL iii 311.w . is in demin maicni E. / . . . caiṅgnech a clú is a matter in dispute, RC xlvii 301.15 ( LL 16898 ). iar clod chatha chaingnig crúaid, LL 364 marg. sup. cāiniudh cach cinadh caingnig (-d, MS) besetting sin, ZCP vi 264 § 4 . Of persons usually in complimentary sense: dar brethir Crist chaingnig `Christ the pleader', ZCP xxiv 141.1 . Eccneach sil Conaill caingnigh `of the good counsels', AFM i 562.12 ( TFrag. 200.10 ). Cf. sluag . . . tairm-glic tren-chaingneach (of demons), YBL 161a22 .

As subst. o, m.: a eolchu nó a chaṅgnichu `pleaders', ACC 106 . a chaingnig (St. Michael), CF 89.25 .

callait

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Forms: callaid, callaid

adj (Lat. loanword) clever, cunning : c.¤ ab eo [quod] est caillidus .i. glic , Corm. Y 265 = callaid, Thr. Ir. Gl. 10 . callaid a kallido , O'Mulc. 197 . c.¤ .i. glicus, Ériu xiii 81 § 290 . c.¤ .i. gairm no gliocas, O'Cl. feochra in ch.¤ (collait, v.l.) as cach ceird `the fierceness of the cunning leader surpassed all prowess', Metr. Dinds. iv 120.7 . Cf. roúaig cach ruín in ch.¤ (: sen-charraic) `he wove all the mysteries of the craft', iii 258.39 (perh. adv. dat.).

cíachair

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adj = tíachair: ciachair nó tiachair .i. glic , O'Dav. 441 .

1 clechtad

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Forms: cleachtuighthe

o, m. Note also: g s. cleachtuighthe, TSh. 7447 . vn. of clechtaid.

(a) act of putting into practice : ar cruas a cath re clechtadh / ar tairthaighe a toirbertad, BB 62a35 . noch theid uile a dtruáilleagh ré na gcleachdadh `the using', Colossians ii 22 . ní háil linn so do chlechtadh, RSClára 180.37 . an tan bhlasaid í (sc. mil na mailíse) ┐ léigid óna cleachtadh fá chúláiribh a gcoguais í by dint of practising it, TSh. 7442 . guth na ndrúagh, ag cleachtadh a ndraoidheachta go glic , Psalms lviii 5 . do chleachtadh, no do chur a ngníomh, Donlevy 462.1 .

(b) state of being accustomed to; usual practice : na tuictis daeini aili acht mad misi re sirch.¤ , TTebe 2107 . le cleachtadh deacrachta dhe through being accustomed to hardship, Ir. Syll. Poetry 44 § 16 . ní hurusa dh'éis a chleachtaidh / a gcéin uaidh go n-anfadh fear, O'Hara 2859 . go bhfásann cleachtadh o na droichmhianaibh an tan nach gcuirthear srian leo, Donlevy xix 28 . suan corrach is cleachtadh dhuid, Aithd. D. 8.37 . ní tráth dá chur as a chleachdadh / cur ráth ní cleachdar do chosg, IGT Decl. ex. 795 . d'fhoghoil a gcleachtadh do chuir `he practised warring', O'Hara 2587 . mar leantar lorg an chleachtadh, Content. xviii 44 . dá chor féin i n-oireamhain do chleachtadh na gcomharsan conforming to the customs of, TSh. 9373 . is olc an cleachtadh a bheith tugtha do mhionnaibh móra, Donlevy 74.16 .

colg

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Forms: calg, cailg, colg, calg, cailg

n Also calg. ā, f. (a d s. cailg). Later o, m. colg calg (clog clag, v.l.) m., IGT Decl. § 69 . cailg f., § 14 . Verbs § 76 .

(a) anything pointed, piercing instrument : c.¤ sleighe spear-point , DDána 119.11 . Sinand na bferg bfuar / do treghd cuan a clag its point has pierced the harbour(?), Caithr. Thoirdh. 18.18 (`his sword reached many a [supposed] place of safety'). ? c.¤ tuinne re tir, 18.24 (`the wave's impact on the shore').

(b) sword, prob. small sword, rapier: `colgg' ┐ `dubcenn' duo nomina gladii sunt isin tṡengoedeilg, RC xx 276.1 (ACC Comm.). `gen' ┐ `c.¤' . . . / dhá ṡenainm cloidhimh curadh, Metr. Gl. 15 § 36 . faccaib a chailg inna comair. Dosbert si do chlam, Vita Br. 13 . colc oc mo choilcse, LU 333 (ACC Comm.) (.i. claideb, M). cethora calgu (a p.), LL 392d34 . c.¤ (.i. claideb), 36087 ( LU 9672 ). mosdísem calga de Galión gáir, LU 5424 (TBC rhet.). L. . . . / imbert choilgg for C., ZCP viii 118 § 29 ( Rawl. 88b19 ). ōenchalga clū `the fame of the unique blade', Jn. Celt. Stud. i 86.25 ( YBL 125b33 ). calcc i laim cechtar hai, O'Curry 887 ( H 3.18, 396ab ). amal ch.¤ `like a rapier', IT iii 199 § 59 . cona sciathaib cona ṅgaib / cona calcaib, LL 4949 . scél fo chulgc a bloody affair(?), 30088 ( Metr. Dinds. iii 404.14 ). calgg dart bragit or L. (a threat), 37217 ( RC xiii 446 § 30 ). ra gabsatar (sc. Cú Chulainn and Fer Diad) dá sciath . . . ┐ a n-ocht cuilg ṅdét, TBC-LL¹ 3557 . re dathadh c.¤ , DDána 79.24 (`reddening of swords', Ir. Monthly 1921, 246 ). c.¤ .i. cloidheamh, O'Cl. breitheamh ciuil is cúrsa is cuilg `judge of coursing, music, fencing', Ó Bruad. ii 180.ix . ? senóir cuilg cairt an Bhúrcaigh, Ériu viii 93.301 . Fig. lé c.¤ nó lé cloidheamh an chraois, TSh. 2465 .

(c) sting; stab, thrust; act of piercing, stabbing (in these meanings always cailg): cia adbela [in bech] dia facbail a chailce from leaving his sting behind, O'Curry 890 ( H 3.18, 397b ). a ninadh na cailgi . . . dá mbe an cailg a nairteri (of a snake bite), O'Gr. Cat. 213.19 . tre chailg (: mairg) an gha, DDána 39.34 . i gcailg chagaidh, 73.18 . do-niad cailg abhla na haithne, 31.7 . Fig. ag cailg riaghla mic Alphroinn i.e. undermining the faith, Celtica i 150 § 41 . ro ghabhsat accá ccailcc ┐ . . . accá ttolladh, AFM vi 1970.8 . cailg a sting, Eg. Gl. 173 . cailg an bháis, 1 Corinth. xv 56 . ag soin uaim mo cheisd gan chailg (: mairg) without a quip(?), Content. xxvii 18 . Of satire: a Chiaran cailg carai / rob mairg mas do m'aerad, BB 299b24 . gnúis charthonach gan chailg n-aor `never stung by satire', Studies 1921, 589 § 8 . ? ag so cailg na fine ó bhfuil / file gach aird dá fhéachain the bane of his people, DDána 102.36 .

(d) awn of barley, wheat etc.: gran . . . ┐ he lom .i. cin c.¤ , Laws iv 94.17 Comm. ? itir chimedha culg .i. in cimidh so is ann bís itir c.¤ ┐ caithlech .i. itir c.¤ a cimidhecht .i. ag foghnamh, O'D. 845 ( H 3.17, 602 ). cnet do chulg (caused by healing of wound over an ear of barley), Corp. Gen. 405.5 . cruithneacht . . . / ar bhfás a cuilg 's a cunnuill, Aithd. D. 94.29 . m'uan beag cáidh . . . / . . . gan cháith gan chailg gan cheó (of one who had died young and innocent), Hackett xii 16 . By extension: do mhaol c.¤ bhar ndaghbhrat ndearg `rough nap', Magauran 370 . ar mhalaigh as chamdhubh gcuilg `curling dark crest', 996 . Cf. `c.¤ the coarse fibres of flax', Duan. F. Gloss .

(e) Fig. fury, rage : ticc an peist neimhi . . . go ccolcc mór fuirri, BNnÉ 5 § 14 . maircc thuilles om cléir a ccailcc (chailg, v.l.), 286 § 273 (`hostility'). d'fhreagair Gobhann mo ch.¤ , Oss. vi 112.17 . calg ionTaidhg air `furious as T. used to be', Ériu xvi 134 § 39 . ní léir c.¤ mar a ch.¤ soin (of a lion), Aithd. D. 16.22 .

Note also: cruith .i. cailg nō glic nō crōdae, ut est: ... frim odrubairt (imatrubhairt, v.l.) cailg co cruith, Corm. Y 386 .

Compds. With nouns. caismerta na ccolccbuidhen `the armed troops', AFM vi 1882.9 . For colg-dét see 1 dét. in claidem ina coilgdírgi `blade-straightness', CCath. 5252 . ar colg-deis do claidim pointed blade, MR 160.15 . ar colgdiasaibh cloidhemh, LL 409a22 . colglonga `martial warships', Caithr. CC 45.1 . ¤ṡnám(?): leth eo cednama, no eo colgnama: "eo colgnama, cach na cel", Laws v 40.24 Comm.

With adjj. calgard .i. díreach. ard amhail cholg .i. amhail chloidhim, O'Cl. fertsi crúadi colgdírgi, LU 8596 ( FB 45 ). Adv. co coilgdhirech, ZCP vi 279.z . cath-beim colg-duaibsech claidim, MR 116.22 . in carpat . . . go creit . . . chlessaird cholgḟata, TBC-LL¹ 3376 . in colglaemdha Ceallachan `C. of the flashing sword', Caithr. CC 2.27 . co cródha cailccneimhneach (adv.), AFM vi 1956.23 . do cloidmib cruadgera colgriigní (sic), BB 431b11 . fir cholgshnasda, DDána 87.9 . With Part. ¤ṡnaitte: .l. claideb colgnaiti with engraved blades, LL 7282 .

cruinn

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adj i round, globular, circular: compact, precise : cruind gl. globata, BCr. 18a4 . roth cruind forsa ndenat na cerda inna lestrai gl. rotae, Ml. 18b4 . crann cruínd, ib. cruind gl. teres, Sg. 66a12 . nach fuil bes c.¤ `any wound that is round', Bretha 14 . ech . . . cruind sturdy (?), LU 8665 (FB). cruind dothleatan comach lethan barc bhuailteach, IT iii 97.z . i ndeilb chruind rodamnaiged in doman, Ériu ii 106.x . isin mais chruinn ildealbaig, 108.11 . iter da sliab chruindi, TTebe 2269 . amellus ainm don c[h]loich cruind, ZCP viii 113.34 . naehí cruínne becca . . . oc techt tarsin sruth, xxx 129.18 . corab cruind (of stake), Laws iv 112.y Comm. a longa . . . ina congaibh chatha chruind, Oss. v 274.12 . gersat cruinne . . . cimsa . . . catha . . . C., MR 254.5 . dar Magh Cobha c.¤ , BS 68.10 . Cingh Airtur .i. do orrdaigh an bord cr[uind], AU i 22.10 . caithir . . . ch.¤ , DDána 119.2 . Ailenn chruind, Corp. Gen. 8.17 . o inbiur Atha Cliath chruind, LL 18445 . co ríg Caisil cruind, Ériu ix 45 § 6 . nir trian cruind `mere third', Magauran 2165 . sgéala cruinne exact information, TSh. 4138 . a adhmáil gurab neamh-ch.¤ an seanchus ` inexact ', Keat. i 46.38 . Of persons: nirsat cruindi cesachtaig niggardly , Acall. 4037 . Cf. gearsom glic nír chrainn um ní, KMMisc. 350.18 (see n.). ar an té bhíos c.¤ is gnáth an rath, Dánfhocail 22 . C. cruind `the Rotund', AU iii 12.16 `the Thrifty', AFM iv 694.x .

Of armies etc. assembled: do bhadar c.¤ an éin ionadh, ALC ii 294.12 . cinn chruinne i coimrith `gathered heads', CCath. 6097 . poball mór daoine c.¤ (ag chruinniúghadh, v.l.), ZCP iv 398.22 . bídís na daoine c.¤ = assembled, Isaiah xliii 9 .

Compar. fa cruinni ná uball, Eg. 1782, 34a cited Meyer Contribb. 536 . Superl. ba cruinne . . . corugad `most compact', MR 216.19 . Adv. go c.¤ neatly , Aithd. D. 1.17 . is c.¤ timcillit reanna neime in-doman, RC xxiv 371.28 .

As subst.: nochon ḟidir mac duine / cía dá ndēnand a c[h]ruinne / an c.¤ dō fēin doní dhe / nō an cruind do neoch aile collection, ZCP vii 303 § 9 . In n. loc.: tancatar . . . dar Cruind .i. Sliab sair, TBC-LL² 1218 .

Compds. With nouns: gnúis chorcra chrundainech, TBC-LL² 4438 . cruind ársid Liphi (of Eochaid Muigmedón), ZCP xiii 377.16 . mic T. mic Cruind beoil, o fuilet Húi Cruind beoil, Fél. 134.27 - 28 . tri cruindberrtha foraib circular heads of hair, LU 7139 (BDD). casaircheatha crunnchaor round balls of shot, Hugh Roe² 228.17 . cruinn-chathoir dhess `compact', Fl. Earls 74.11 . fear do chruinnichíogh dheól, Hackett 24.18 . cona cruinnc[h]imsaib coimfighthi, CCath. 5454 . cruinnchliatha caorthainn do dhéanamh, Keat. ii 5448 . do crunnclochaibh tabull, CCath. 3150 . isin chruind chuairt ildelbhaig ba damna domhain `round multiform circuit', Ériu ii 106.y . go n-imat gcruinn-each roi-dess ` well-shaped ', Fl. Earls 80.14 . cruind-ḟer crúad-buillech ` thickset ', Metr. Dinds. iii 226.z . ceithre cronnghlacáin, BS 94.15 . cruindinadh isin chríaidh duind, IGT Decl. ex. 948 . caorshoighnén . . . crunnlúaidhe, Hugh Roe² 228.x . for a crúndmuigib . . . cruithnechta `round wheat plains', MacCongl. 77.11 . if-ferta Cruind-Mēsé (mock n. loc.), 122.13 , 22 . (in) grian ina cruindmill, CCath. 2750 . cetha . . . cruinnphiler, Hugh Roe² 332.29 . in grian . . . ina crunnpupall teintidhe, CCath. 4431 . crundrosc [n-]odorda . . . ina chind `round eye', TBC-LL² 4401 . cruind sciath gl. rotunda forma, Sg. 49b12 . léibhend . . . do chruinnscciathaibh, AFM vi 2028.12 . an mogall do chrunnsluagh . . . tarla ina ḟarradh, AFM v 1626.x . atá trumpóir no traghna / a crunntóin mná Mathghamhna, IGT Decl. ex. 1308 . 'na chruinntig `round house', Stud. Hib. iv 68 § 42 .

With adjj.: for dá n-echaib . . . cruindbeca, LU 6487 (TBC). ech cenand cael coscrundfata, LL 24870 . cruinnuhecco (of knees), IT i 120.5 (TE Eg.). dod bharr chruinnfhiar `round curling', Bard. P. 20.18 . ingni corcra . . . crundgéra, TBC-LL² 194 . mullach crunnghlas corrach (of Benn Étair) (crann?), Measgra D. 41.10 . doire cruinnrighin chrann ngér, IGT Decl. ex. 1326 .

With adjj. derived from nouns: ? Cáoilte cruind certach, Duan. F. i 11.34 . coirce cas cruinnchlechtach `round-plaited', RC xxix 120.3 . is cruinndelbach docíter anmanna nan-dǽine arn-ég dóib, RC xxiv 371.29 . ag fior ḟuilt chrunnḟailghigh chais, DDána 119.4 . go n-a lann . . . cruinnfeadánach, MR xiv 4 . an crios . . . cruinn-raoltannach, 8 .

With vb.: ? do tuit mac luinn Uilliam ann / do chruinniad ar gach comlann who closely embraced every conflict (?), Caithr. Thoirdh. 123.4 .

? cruith

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n c.¤ .i. cailg no glic nō crōdae ut est . . . frim odrubairt cailg co c.¤ , Corm. Y 386 . c.¤ cech cro(c)dae (in etymol. gloss on cruithnecht), 247 . Cf. cruth .i. corcra, Lec. Gl. 91 .

1 dánae

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Forms: dáne, dána, dánai, dánu, dána, dánu, dána, dáine, dánaite, dána, dánam, dánae, fíal-dánae, ro-dánae

adj dáne (: áge), dána (: dála, SR 6933 ; : Cannána 7343 ); gen. dánai (: lánai); dat. dánu (: consádu), dána. COMP. dánu (: cádu), dána; dáine ( Gadelica i 90. 10 ); dánaite; ní is dána audacior Ir. Gl. 1131 . Superl. dánam, BFF 164 § 8.5 . Adv. co dánae .

I Of living beings or their attributives: stout-hearted, courageous, daring, fearless; emphasized: bold, brave ; the opposite of etánae, uaimnech, immecal, eclach `timid, fearful,' and often synonymous with essamain, trén, calmae, slattrae. It translates Lat. audax, temer, and confidens. Laws and Glosses offer no example.

(a) Iessu Aaron macc Amrai. Dauid in gille dáne (v.l. dána), Thes. ii 301. 1 . Duid dána, SR 6933 . dána cen ecla, ib. 7835 . Fergus dánae, TBC-LL¹ 2090 Y, ib. 964 . 1084 . 2133 . 2195 . dána cách co hetech every one is bold till he meets with a refusal Tec. Corm. § 31. 19 . dune as dánu corragaib ule a ngiallu, LL 184 a 32 . mór ndrong ndhermáir ndána ndiumsach rodechta and hi mbuaili báis, Alex. 129 . mór ndrong ndhánai ndheigḟear ndhánamail ro hellachtai and, ib. 131 . docomraicset co dána dúrcraidech ris, Acall. 1917 . is tu tánic co dána inar crichaib ne, PH 3907 . rorad Ísu gné ṅgorta do beth fair...co mbad dánaite tísad diabul dia aimsiugud, ib. 4780 . Of a deer: dobhí an fiadh go beannach borb ag seasaṁ san leirg go dána glic , Oss. vi 20. 13 . Of the countenance: is dana drech Doimine iter ocu erigthi bold is D.'s face Corm. Tr. 61 s.v. duillén . Of the soul: is dána cip indus in ainimm is aimnert ┐ is imecal in cholann, PH 3054 . Bold, confident : isat lána do thrócaire in choimded conid aire sin atberat som co dána immalle frisind apstal, &c., ib. 5872 . an tathair neaṁdha do ghuibe ( = ghuidhe) co dana, Lib. Flav. 36 a 1. 14 .—Often applied to the martyrs, the brave warriors of Jesus (mílid dánai Ísu, amsáin Ísu). Dionis derb dáne, Fél. May 25 . féil mo Dimóc dáni (: láni), ib. Dec. 10 . ronsnádat dond rígu cona ṅdúnud dánu (: consádu), ib. Jan. 23 . co mórsluag ba dánu (: chádu), ib. Mar. 20 . findṡluag Epectiti as dánu, May 23 . Andreas as dánu (: nobágu), Nov. 30 .

(b) abs. n a bold man: isé in dána dichondircil, TBC-LL¹ 5417 .

(c) In neg. sense, brash, impudent : nīm dāna iar fīr | imma dāla mo degríg 'I am not truly rebellious about the dispositions of my good King', SR (Adam and Eve) 98.2069 . tusa imorro notpianfaither co sír ar dochathaigis co dána i nagaid in choimded, PH 6605 . fer nosairimend co dána ┐ co slattra, ib. 5326 . sínid Iudas a láim forsin méis co dána ┐ co hesamain, ib. 5137 . risan droing úd dobhí coṁdána sin ┐ teampoll...Dé do thruailliughadh, Donlevy xiv 14 .

(d) is dánae leis he dares , translating Lat. audet: cindus is dána leis a athair do rád frisin coimdid intíí ṡáraiges co follus a thimnai, PH 7885 . manip dána re nech corp Críst do thaiscid i llestar nglan is córu co mór edánus dia thabairt isin corp nélnide o peccthaib, ib. 5331 . So also Laws v 328. 5 f.b. : munob dana re nechtarde díb, and Lism. L. 4712 : damad dana lat fer dár muinntir do dul i ndeghaidh in fiadha for do chomairci riasin péist [noragad].

II Of actions: showing or requiring courage; daring, brave . trít ragonad Lug...doriṅgni in neṅgnam ṅdána a brave deed of valour LL 27 b 38 . co gnímaib danaib, Ériu v 211. 85 (LL). In a bad sense: urchor dána duaibseach, MR 284. 26 . is dána an nídh fá dtugais láṁ, OCT 57.18 .

III Strong, vehement : fá sin dimdheargadar é go dána they strongly reproached him for it Donlevy 128. 22 .

COMPS. fíal-dánae, TBC-LL¹ 2107 . 2110Y. ro-dánae, q.v.

MOD. dána, fear dána a brave (bold) man : dá ṁalluightheacht é bíonn sé na ḟear dhána (Kerry). dá ḟaid iseadh is dána the longer the bolder. Begley and MacCurtin Engl.-Ir. Dict. (1732) give: buille dána = buille láidir a bold stroke; dá mbeinn coṁdána ┐ a rádh if I may be so bold as to say. They also give the meaning `audacious,' which is still heard in the south. dána ar familiar with Dinneen ; cf. 1 dánacht, dánaigecht. The dán = dána, mentioned by O'R. and Dinneen hails from Scotch dictionaries.

fáidemail

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adj i (fáith) prophetic; having prophetic powers: do labuir go faidhemail ris, BCC § 267 . adubairt go faidhemail ris gan comairli a mna do gabail air, § 297 . chum duine glic ḟaidemail, ZCP xiii 182.16 . Maoise ... do bhí fíréanda fáidheamhail, TSh. 4822 . do spioraid fháidheamhail, 5980 . do labhair go fáidheamhuil, Eochairsg. 24.8 . Cf. re foscad faidhemhail na téd ┐ na timpán, MR 168.22 .

fáthach

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adj o-ā (cf. fáth (c) and see Ériu xiii 171 ).

(a) possessed of knowledge or skill; wise, sagacious (?). Of pers.: fer fathach fírglicc, CRR 19 . Fintan fáthach, MacCarthy 142.9 . diamsa ingen find f.¤ prudent (?) ZCP iv 468 § 10 . úa d'Étaín ḟathaig LL 137b24 . mná finna fáthacha ` accomplished ' SG 241.3 . fisicidhe fathacha, Fl. Earls 202.12 . As sobriquet: Fachtna Fathach, MacCarthy 194.15 . Iarunngléo Fáthach .i. bád fathemail glic gaesmar, Cóir Anm. 95 . Iarainnghleo Fáthach, Keat. ii 2726 . Of actions, etc.: ceim fathach (: gnáthach) `walking with knowledge', circumspect behaviour Ériu ii 64 § 6 . co na dernta feircc fathaig | ra hAengus rat fírbhrathair that thou shouldst not cherish deliberate (?) anger Anecd. ii 37 § 8 . fáthrann (.i. rann fáthach), Triads 89 (Gl.). rún f.¤ `prudent care' TD 14.16 . Adv.: ag imirt fitch[il]le co fathach firglicc (with foresight, skilfully ) ZCP vi 47.13 (cf. fáith-imbert, s.v. fáth, compds.). cia imreas ar fidhchill go f.¤ ? Keat. Poems 519 .

(b) mystic, symbolic: go f.¤ is í Éire an chailleach so allegorically Keat. ii 2341 . féadtar a rádh go f.¤ gurab é an duine úd ... an peacthach, TSh. 586 . is i bpearsain an chiontaigh ... go f.¤ labhras, TSh. 6528 .

fáthamail

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adj i (fáith, fáth) possessing knowledge or skill; prophetic: f.¤ glic gaosmhar, Keat. ii 2726 (= fathemail, Cóir Anm. 95 ). an fer indisin scēl ... Meon fileata fadamail (fathamail v.l.) `prophetic (?) Maeon' TTebe 1161 .

1 fethid

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Forms: fiched, foichle

v ī (?) but see Celtica xi 20 .

I Trans.

(a) watches, observes, pays attention to: feith .i. fēg nó cuimnigh, Stowe Gl. 402 . feith latt mark you, attend (as cheville) LL 129b30 ( MacCarthy 208 ). feith lat, Rawl. 165b25 ( ZCP ix 466 ). Cf. feich lat, PH 609 . in delb hé nofethi-su, Imr. Brain § 49 . ni feith ni acht deicsin in da tarb, TBC-I¹ 3652 . nofeithed-som a cluichi he kept at the game 515 . tocbaidh in ... fer ... a imcaisi co nem ┐ fethaidh niulla nime, TBC-LL¹ 5483 St. feith co glic iat ... co ḟinda cid dogniat, LB 138a45 ( Hom. Leg. 66 ). cia fuach feithes fiacha?, Ériu xiii 26.3 . rotfeithset na slóig Alaxandir watched, observed Alex. 647 . ríggein Johain baptaist | masu léir ron-fethis `if thou hast attended diligently' Fél. June 24 (observed ? cf. feithis no ron feithis .i. do thaisgis no do choimhedais, O'Cl.). Cf. also: Irial fāidh fethed gail who used to practise (?) BB 46a42 = fiched, LL 127b19 ( MacCarthy 158 ). ? tar fichtighe feithidh, Ériu xiii 29.19 . In : foichle fethim is finna, TFerbe 158 , there may be an imperat. influenced by fethem. In hostile sense: tri Find Emna ... Eocho Feidlech rodosfeith kept an eye on them Metr. Dinds. iv 56.195 .

(b) watches over, guards (AR against): tair is feith mé!, KMMisc. 256 § 22 . Apronián ind ḟethid 'Apronianus watches over us' Gorm. Feb. 2 , Ériu xii 203 . na prímfáithe ... feithet me ar rith n-uilc ib. § 27 . go bhfeithear ar cheilg mo chlí `may I guard my heart from guile' Dán Dé xxvii 1 . a Mhíchéil ... romḟeith, A. Ó Dálaigh viii 12 . cethri deich bliadna ... ro ḟeith Nuadu nertríge, LL 128a27 = do caith BB 46b37 . Cf. as conn ar ecconn feith, Ériu xiii 33.32 = O'Dav. 827 (feth).

II Intrans.

(a) waits; remains, endures (?), esp. in exx. like the follg.: Cormac, ceithri deich ... rofeith, LL 129b21 . ocht certbliadna dec ... rofeith Suibne, Rawl. 163b43 ( Arch. Hib. ii 83 § 13 ). Cf. baí Muridach and dia éis ... fialglan fethet ri ré cethri mbliadan fic[h]et, LL 181b18 ( ACL ii 48 § 3 ). In chevilles ? a tri cacha faithchi feith behold! (?) SR 403 . Cf. co fathaib feith, O'Mulc. 537 .

(b) with AR, RE, waits for, expects: feich re fagháil an dá sgél wait to hear both stories O'Gr. Cat. 592 .

Vn. 1 fethem; verb. necess. feiti, q.v.

fiche

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Forms: fichet, fichit, fichtea, fichte, fichit, ḟichet, ḟichet, fichit, fichtib

nnt, m. g s. fichet, Ml. 2d2 . n p. fichit, Ardm. 18a2 ( Thes. ii 242.2 ). a p. fichtea, Ardm. 17a2 ( Thes. ii 238.17 ). fichte, Hy ii 40 . In Old and Middle Irish regularly followed by subst. in gp. In MSS freq. written .xx. A score, twenty: f.¤ .i. a uiginti , O'Mulc. 531 . fiche ar chet a hundred and twenty BCr. 41b2 . cach f.¤ inna lurg fo leith each score IT i 137.1 . f.¤ míled, Fél. Mar. 18 . cethir chét ... | f.¤ teoir [la teor, la teora v.l.] míli four hundred three thousand and twenty Sept. 1 . f.¤ acht sé bliadna ... ba rí E. E. was king for fourteen years LL 129a1 . f.¤ ┐ a .vii. twenty-seven 128b22 . f.¤ bliadna for a .vii. twenty-seven years 129b39 . 131a33 . fichi a cóic o ṡain ... | cosin mortlaith twenty-five [years] from that till the plague 131a48 . fichi acht a cethair sixteen 129a27 . dochoid N. éc ... | fichi cét i crich L. with twenty hundreds 127a15 . fichi bliadan ┐ chét (= 120) SR 5269 . mile, da chéd, fiche a hocht = AFM 1228 ad ann. (RIA 23P6). míle, cúicc céd, fiche [sic] = 1520 ib., ad ann. (23P7). (With ns. of subst. :) fiche bliadhain (: giallaibh), TD 32.29 . fiche fail twenty bracelets Keat. iii 2639 . a d s. ro fích Fergus fichit catha LL 23a10 . da deich ... | tiagait hisin certfichit, SR 746 . atusa sund fichit mbliadan , I have been here twenty years BDD 3 . a n-oen ar fichet [sic MS.] it tri secht són twenty-one Ml. 2d2 (cf. bliadain ar ḟichet twenty-one years LL 130b39 . 131a46 ). dlom díis ar fichit twenty-two Fél. Sept. 13 . dā staid ar fichit `twenty-two stadia' Ériu xi 104 § 3 . g s. fri ré ḟichet findbliadan, LL 129bz . dā lebur fichet twenty-two books Ml. 2d2 . in choiced fichet the twenty-fifth (ref. to uicessima quinta luna) BCr. 33b5 . cóic méich fichet twenty-five sacks LU 8126 ( FB 9 ). coic meic de[e]c ... la I. | a secht fichet la S., SR 2667 . a sé fichet do Lugaid twenty-six [years] LL 129a41 . a cethair fichet ... ┐ cóic mīle bliadan five thousand and twenty-four 130b34 . ōthā talmain co ēsca | sē mīle fichet ar chét, SR 107 . Sennar ... sechtmad mac fichet Seim twenty-seventh son 2755 . cōic paisse fichet ar chēt one hundred and twenty-five paces Ériu xi 104.4 . Calann Enair for Dardain ┐ .x. mad fichet furri, Ann. Conn. 1237 . tres fichet furri, 1250 . du. dorumalt Moisi ... dá ḟichet bliadna i nEgept, SR 4956 . dā ḟichet bliadan , LL 127b30 . pl. tri fichit sixty SR 5326 (: tricc). 5314 (: glic). se fichit bliadan ... saegul Moisi, 4965 . atát cóic fichit bargen ... and a hundred loaves LU 8125 ( FB 9 ). ocht fichid ban, TBC-I¹ 1371 . cu tubartadar ocht fichti cend dib 3070 . deich mnaa ┐ secht fichit (= 150) TBC-LL¹ 1358 . sē fichit ríg, LL 129b43 . tri fichit bliadan ... d'Oengus T. i Temraig, 129a5 . noí fichit cét ar [leg. a n-] ārim ḟichet cét LL 219b6 (= TTr. 174 ). das fuc ... na hocht fichtiu oss, TBC-LL¹ 546 . a ḟichdi bó scores of his cows IGT, Decl. ex. 1027 . mani bet fichtib nó tríchtaib in scores or thirties LU 5535 . domeltis oigidechta fichtib ┐ trichtaibh in twenties and thirties RC xxv 20.10 . ( LL 270b2 ), corresp. to : co fichtib laech no thictis, RC xxv 34.9 ( Rawl. 133b37 ). ro scáil a folt ... ima cenn ina hocht fichtib dual scattered her hair in eight score plaits Acall. 5992n . (ocht fichit, Laud). baiade and ... tri fichtea bliadne she dwelt there three score years Thes. ii 238.17 . Common in d p. in chevilles; fichtib ell, SR 1129 . f.¤ drong LU 3668 ( SCC 33 ). fichdib toebtholl, IT ii 183.235 .

foidmen

Cite this: eDIL s.v. foidmen or dil.ie/22841

 

adj cen laech Fernaide foidmin (∴ buidhnigh) ` active ' AU 867 . benait glass find fothmin (fothmein, foidmin, foidmen, fodmin v.l.) `draw a fair conclusive(?) bolt' Fél. June 30 ; glossed in LB: fodmin .i. foderiud .i. ... oband no solam no glic no fogēr ... unde quidam dixit: in goeth ... is fodmín fria hathlaechu ... (.i. is fogēr), Fél. xcviii (fotmin v.l., ib). Hence probably: foidmen .i. fo dered f[oidmen] .i. oband nó solum nó glic nó ger. Stowe Gl. 400 , 401 . foidhmion .i. foáithmion .i. foghér mion, O'Cl. foidhbiun .i. obann, luath no ésgaidh ib.

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