2 fisid

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Forms: fisid, fissith, fisidi, fisid

n i,m. (1 fis)

(a) well-informed, instructed, learned ; one proficient in knowledge: is and is ecne et is fissid cách iar netarcnu Crist Wb 26d25 . fisid (gl. sophista) Sg 15b8 . fissith (gl. catus) 52a2 . an f.¤ foglama (of Cicero), CCath. 4492 . Arcades .i. sulbari no fissidi, Thes. ii 47.4 (Philarg.) = fisidi, p. 361 . at fisid siumh a rīmh rend ┐ rētland (skilful in computing) Marco P. 27 . Esp. one versed in occult or druidic science: am fissid fochmairc hi cerdaib dé druidechta LU 10304 . cid atchí dúnd massat fissid ? if thou art a seer (of a woman) BDD 62 . fisich cach fáid, Arch. iii 228.80 . ba fisig ┐ ba drai MR 46.6 = FDG 360 . fisid, CCath. 4814 = augur Phars. vii 201 . ni fhuil ag fissid ar ndīl our destiny lies not with the soothsayer ZCP vii 301 § 9 . drúidi ┐ fádi ┐ fissidi TBC 4545 .

(b) a physician (cf. fisice) : ní bí liaigh na fisidh leo, Marco P. 110 . do rāidh in fissi ba fiabras ... bui fair ZCP vi 26.3 . fisigh ib. 1. See also fissi.