IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
fuath1, m. (gs. ~a, pl. ~anna).1. Lit: Form, shape. ~ fir, the form of a man. ~ na croiche, semblance of the cross. 2. Phantom, spectre. ~ nó arracht, spectre or monster. (Var:npl. ~a, gpl. ~)
fuath2, m. (gs. ~a).1. Hate, hatred. ~ a bheith agat do, ar, rud, to hate sth. ~ agus gráin, hatred and abhorrence. ~ buile, nimhe, na ndaol, an diabhail, mad, venomous, black, devilish, hate. ~ a thabhairt do rud, to come to hate sth., to turn against sth. Thug an t-éan ~ dá nead, the bird forsook its nest. Thug sé ~ don bhaile, he turned his face against home. Thug sé ~ don tobac, he got a distaste for tobacco. ~ ruda a chur faoi, ar, dhuine, to turn s.o. against sth. ~ an phobail a chur faoi, ar, dhuine, to bring public odium on s.o. ~ a tharraingt ar dhuine, to cause animosity against s.o. Is ~ liom é, I hate it. 2. Bot:~ gorm, woody nightshade, bittersweet. ~ an mhadra, wolf’s-bane. 3. ~ fíona = fóifíneach.