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FAL [fAl] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

FAL
{masculine} grudge, spite;
GAN FUATH FAL, with neither hatred nor spite ({Citation:Donlevy's Irish Catechism}). See FALA, F'AL, {genitive} I-SÁIL, {masculine} a stone monument at Teamhair (Tara) originally near DUMHA NA NGIALL and now on the CroPPies' grave;
it is about six feet in length;
anciently the chief fetish of the capital, it was SUPPOSED to shriek on the inauguration of the rightful monarch of all Ireland (ÁRD-RI) and was vulgarly called --EARB CLUICHE and later BOD FAL-EARGHAIS;
LIA SÁIL, {idem};
hence..INIS FÁIL, Ireland, Innisfail;
CRÍOCHA SÁIL, {idem};
SIR (or FEARA) SÁIL, the men of Ireland;
(corruptly FEARA PHÁIL);
THAR FEARA-CHOIN P'A'IL, surpa, ssing the warriors of Ireland;
CROIDHE PSÁIL, a monument anciently at AONACH TAILTEANN (teltown). P'AL, {genitive} FAIL, {plural} {idem}, FÁLA and FÁLTA, {masculine} a hedge, a dead hedge;
a protection;
top for a wall or fence;
a palling, a wall;
bed-clothes, covering ({Regional:Connaught});
a circle, a fold, a pound;
a barrier;
a legal bar (e, {genitive} non-age);
obstacle, difficulty;
act of guarding, tending (as cattle);
FAL BHEO, a ouick-set hedge;
FAL CNÓ AGUS CAORA, a nut and berry hedge;
FAL DO CUR AR CHLAIDHE, to put a protective coping on a fence;
R. GO H-AER É, it is not an insurmountable obstacle or disficulty;
MAR FHAL Ó'N GHNÍOMH 'N-AR BHEARTAR PÁIRTEACH BHEITH LÉI, to foil the deed to share in which I sought to lure her (E. R.);
i BHFAL A CHÉILE, close together;
CUIRIM i BHFAL A CHÉILE, I tidy, draw together;
GUR FHAGAIBH GACH FEAR I BHFAL A GHLÚN AGUR I N-IONAD A THROIGHE, SO that he knocked every, man down where he stood (MADRA MAOL).
FAL
-GHORT, {masculine} the field of the {Regional:Leighin.}'AL, a name for Ireland.
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