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2 féth

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Forms: feth

n m. (connected with seth — `blow'? Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 628 ) a s. hi feth , Thes. i 6.6 . Cf. feith .i. gairbhe, P. O'C. ? If the suggested derivation is right, the orig. meaning may be a breeze: hi feth (gl. statuit procellam in auram Psalms 107.29 ) Thes. i 6.6 . tarla in gaeth [i]na ndiaidh isin bhrut, conus-tarla 'na feth choir `they had a fair breeze' Lism. L. 2083 . ba feith tar cnuca cacha n-epert do degbriathra[ib] fri nech notasāraigfeth, Anecd. ii 63.13 . Cf. also: féth nó anboth (gl. navigantium ... inaequalitas; but the gl. prob. means `alternate calm or storm,' see 3 féth) Ml. 125d11 . fethnaigis in mhuir ... ┐ toirnit feicheda na saebhchoire eddies(?) (fethe, fetheda, anfadh, v.l.) BNnÉ 98.14 (` ebullitions ' Plummer; `Wallungen' Thurn., ZCP x 418 ). Cf. 2 féithech.

? 2 feth

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n a stick or shaft (?): tri feth (feadha, v.l.) a fogera co n-iomdorn orsnath iarna ḟormna, TBC-LL¹ 5537 St (of swords? Wind.; pikes?), TBC St. n. 4544 : leg. feda pl. of fid. In: scēith ... co mbilib ... co fethaib ┐ co ndualaib ┐ co n-imlib, LL 253a3 ( TFerbe 3 ), fethlaib is probably meant, cf. sgeth gu fethluib condualo ZCP iv 33.20 (TBFr.). Cf. fetha .i. fleasga no feathain, O'Cl.