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airgairdiugad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airgairdiugad or dil.ie/2005

vn. of airgairdigid. The transition from the literal sense may perh. be seen in: ni rabatar . . . amus na hoclach re hurgairdiugud seta na sibail acan fhir sin to shorten the way, TTebe 245 . gan lucht . . . coimidechta re hurgairdigud n-imthechta, 302 .

Act of entertaining, amusing; entertainment, rejoicing: oc urgartigud a aiti, LU 3462 ( SCC § 24 ). lucht airgarddigthi . . . do gardigud . . . doib, MU² 848 . ba hé Íosa bhaoi . . . ag urghairdiughudh Adhamnáin, ZCP v 496.1 . gion go mbeith d'urghairdiuccadh ele aca acht é it was a sufficient pleasure in itself (of a perfume), BNnÉ 76 § 140 . biodh so a nionad bhur n-úrgháirdighthe, Job xxi 2 . co n-vrgairdechud ┐ áne móir cum gaudio , Aisl. Tond. 112 § 2 . doróne . . . anoir ┐ urgairdiughudh . . . do E. `received H. with honour and rejoicing', Stair Erc. 1147 . umla ┐ anōir ┐ urgairdiugudh, ZCP vi 48.25 . ag aines ┐ ag urgairdiugudh foran iarla, 297.10 . In phr. a.¤ menman etc.: do irgartigud a menman to amuse him, LU 1639 . gan digh, gan bíadh, gan urgairdiugud menman, Fianaig. 56.15 . urgháirdiughadh inntinne, Desid. 2994 . ar gach n-urgháirdiughadh aigeanta, TSh. 6037 .

dígrais

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adj i (dí + 2 gres(s)) irresistible, unassailable: ic Dia d.¤ gail, LU 9852 (= PRIA 1893-6 p. 534 ). ba hōclach ard, ba garg, ba digrais, ba dāna, Anecd. i 51 . o theibirsin truim na dilend digraisi tar dreich in domuin, BB 236a5 . Hence peerless, splendid, excellent (of persons or things): digrais .i. eargna, Stowe Gl. 328 . oenmac d.¤ Dechtere, LU 3729 . an tuisech d.¤ (of a holy man), Anecd. i 62 . Fáelán deoda d.¤ , Fél. Jan. 9 . Saul d.¤ daigermúad, SR 5546 . rothuitset .u. fhir déc dighraisi degarmach[a], Acall. 2134 . fris mbiat formdig ardrígna fria cruth ndigraiss ndianim, IT i 69 . digrais a delb schochraidh, Anecd. i 62 . cach finna forórda d.¤ , TBC-LL¹ 2717 . fuan diograis doindercc, 5552 . étaigi dígraissi deg-demnacha, LL 219a45 . tegdais rodígrais rocháin (of Temple), SR 4378 . cona doirrsib dígraise datháille, SG 351 . lestair dígraissi, LL 219a39 . co ndathaib dígraise donnchorcra, SG 346 . cóica bó damrad d.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iii 162 (= digris, BB 370a30 ). Common in chevilles: d.¤ cloth, Hy. v 69 . d.¤ band an excellent feat, Metr. Dinds. iii 242 . d.¤ bés, SR 4911 . d.¤ buaid, 1011 . d.¤ gre[i]m, Ériu iv 156 . ba d.¤ mod, LL 205a2 . bá d.¤ núall, LU 3963 . d.¤ in smacht, SR 2803 . Compar. digraissiu cach dagdath a dath, LL 237b6 . Adv. roalt ind ingen co d.¤ fri légend ┐ gáis, SG 413 .

In phr. is d.¤ limm I earnestly desire: cian uad . . . ō ná lud do chur chuardda im-Murthemniu ┐ is digraiss lend techt indiu, RC xiv 400 ( LL 107b40 ). is d.¤ dom it is of importance to me, it is a serious matter to me (?): is diograis do Choncobur | diograis totim nEogoin Ruaid, Fianaig. 12 . Donddubh Cuailgni digrais do, | commart Calland hi crū crō, BB 404b27 .

As subst.

(a) folld. by gen. in sense of mod. Ir. rogha the choice, the very best: doronadh digrais curaigh la B. .i. ar met ┐ luchtmaire a first-rate boat, ZCP x 411 . doronsad . . . seol mor do d.¤ gacha datha, Lib. Flav. ii 3vb34 . in digrais grāid fil lem dib, D IV 2, 41va33 . dorat digrais frithoilti dó do cach tomaltus, 75rb42 . gabhaid díoghrais a gcleas ngoile ┐ ngaisgidh chuca, Each. Iol. 53 . tug gach aon díbh díograis ngon da chéile comhruic, CRR p. 100 .

(b) fervour, zeal, earnestness; affection, confidence: lé díoghrais go Dún na nGall | beannacht nó dhó arís romham, Studies 1920, 566.4 . an díoghrais diadha, TSh. 2315 . ag diúl díoghraise ┐ diadhachta ón Dúileamh, 881 . díoghrais ar son doimhéine, 6967 . a ghrádh ┐ a dh.¤ , Keat. Poems 651 . samhail dá ghnúis do dhúisceadh d.¤ , 879 . ar mbuain díograise mionn de exacting fervent oaths from him, Eochairsg. 22 . díograis múirne warmth of loving kindness, O'Gr. Cat. 475 . a charthanacht, a dhéirc 's a dhíogras rúin `soul-felt piety', Ó Bruad. ii 260 . gur ghabh Muire an díograis rúin on Sbiorad naomh, Ó Héodhusa 10 . do dhruing d'fhíordhíoghrais an tighearna the lord's intimate friends, Maguires of F. § 13 . Cf. § 29 . lucht coimhéata ┐ díograise ` confidants ', Atlantis iv 206 (O.C.T.). tre dhíogruis comhráidh in confidential conversation, PCT 582 . molfad thúsa le dióghruis croidhe, Psalms cxix 7 . cet blegon a bó . . . do din no do digrais da sinser as a show of affection, Cog. 48 . (to a harper) an í do mhúin díoghrais duit | lámh Chraiftine . . .?, Studies 1919, 612.7 .

fuigell

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fuigell or dil.ie/24781

Forms: fugall, fugell, fugell, fugall, fugill, fugal, fugull, fugiull, fuigle, -i, fuigheall, fuigell, fuidell, fuigli

n O.Ir. fugall, fugell. See GOI § 104 , § 169 . o, m. (gell) n s. fugell, Wb. 9c5 (a prima manu). LL 35b40 . fugall, Wb. 9c4 . g s. ind fugill , LU 2000 . a s. fugal, LL 35b24 . d s. fugull, Wb. 9c16 . fugiull, LU 2061 , Laws i 118.5 . pl. generally fuigle, -i. fuigheall (ó dhá chéill [i.e. = fuigell and fuidell]) IGT, Decl. § 53 .

(a) a judicial pronouncement, a sentence, decision (see fo-gella): gl. iudicium Wb. 9c16 . negotium 9c4 . fuigheall no fughall .i. breitheamhnas, O'Cl. Cōic Conara Fugill, the five paths to judgment `Urteilswege' Thurn., Cóic Con. 15 (title of a law-tract). atbaill a dligid a fuigiull Fene (.i. eiplid uad inī dligis do reir fuigill in fenechais = he forfeits what is his due according to the sentence of fenechus) Laws i 118.5 . breithem bes tualaing f.¤ fris frisind aes ndana (.i. ... fuigill dundara leith risin lucht aca mbi in dan) who is competent to decide v 98.1 . ni rag-sa im oenḟ.¤ ris (= nolo ... ad iudicium venire cum isto) Lat. Lives 10 . nā ructais nách f.¤ anfirén for nech, PH 4145 . dligid fiadnusi fugell, Anecd. iii 14.4 . ni fuigheall feagtha firinne a gcongmháil `it is not a sentence founded on the examination of truth to detain them' (a duly tested decision of justice) ML 108.4 . pl. toga fer fíal firgaeth ... fri fuigli, fri brithemnacht, SR 4592 . berid fúigle fírenu, a rigu!, PH 4128 . ni aidlingcet o nachaib rechtaib nā fúiglib nā brethemnachtaib, Alex. 850 . Frequently of Last Judgment: fri fugall ind ríg hi laithiu brátho, Ériu i 196 § 13a . iar fugiull brátha, LU 2061 ( FA 14 ). tiucfa [Críst] do figill [sic] bratha idir béoduibh ┐ marbuibh, ZCP vi 84.12 . nisbia esergi doib isin ḟuigell, PH 6595 . do ló an fhuighill Doomsday Dán Dé xxv 9 .

As vn. (see fo-gella) passing judgment on: betsium ... oc fuigiull in cinedu dóenna = iudicantes PH 1935 . In fig. sense: ? ticfa ... Cormac fria matin fugail to the morn of decision (by battle) B. in Scáil 13 (: Mumain, see ZCP xx 222 ). as le gach aon a fhuigheall `sein Urteil' ZCP xiv 240.1 (but this belongs rather to fuidel, q.v.). Of other authoritative pronouncements: air [leg. iar] fuigill [ = iull ?] na screptra, PH 4811 . ba dorcha ... in labra do labairsead na filidh isin fuighill sin, IT iii 187.2 (of the colloquy of Fercertne and Néde RC xxvi 14 ff .). fuigli féigi fellsamanda ... filed, MR 194.1 . briathra fádh is fuighle naomh (of prophecies) TD 1.52 . fa ḟuighlibh na n-éigeas, Content. xxii 2 .

Hence in wider sense (b) speech, discourse (generally in pl.): fuigheall .i. briathar, O'Cl. is fuighioll briathor bhuilidh, Metr. Gl. Ff. 10 v.l. Here probably: Eochu ... ān fugell | ba flaith Lagen, LL 35b40 . budh forderg ... na fuighle feichemnuis dogēn-sa friú `debtor's speech' (i.e. answer, justification) Fianaig. 84.20 . fuigli rūin againn duit a secret communication Marco P. 54 . fuicchle fíre, BNnÉ 242.6 . in so fuigli ┐ fregartha na hEoganchlaindi ar hUa A., MR 148.7 . iarrais d'ḟuighlibh banamhla `in a woman's voice' A. Ó Dálaigh xlviii 5 . fuighle a beóil ghlóirghlic, Hackett xxi 38 . Answering back, retorting, arguing: ni dleaghar and de sin do mac f.¤ fria mathair YBL 140a39 ( ZCP xx 197 ). nārub bés ó aniu cu bráth / gilla d'ḟuigeall re hóclach , Acall. 1442 (`give language' SG ii 136 ).

Compd. an ḟionn ḟuighillcheart `justly-speaking' TD 39.14 .