Mathias, Andreæ [Kousheg?] ejusque uxoris gertrudis [Vidmagesin?], fil. legit. sub Dno [Ashiber?], baptizatus est 13 Januarÿ 1771 per M. ?. D. Mathiam [Mervezh?] cooperat. Patrini Anton Kovatschetski et Catharina Schirzlin ex [Hvartouza?].
Matthew, legitimate son of Andrew [Kousheg] and his wife Gertrude [Vidmages], was baptized in district [Ashiber] on ...
The page is written in German, in the Kurrent handwriting style
12. Joseph Gregorzhizh Klein=Zirnik 13. März '802
Weib [=wife], Maria Jurglizh 8. Dec. '805
Sohn [=son], Franz 27. Nov. '839
dto. [=ditto], Martin 30. Sept. '842
Tochter [=daughter], Maria 4. Feb. '838
Johann, Bruder [=...
My interpretation is:
8 [Numerus domus in qua nata proles] Mathias, Andrea Kousheg ejusque
uxoris gertrudis Vidmayerin, fil. legit. [filius legitimus] sub Dno
[Dominio] Ashiber, baptizatus est 13 Januarius 1771 per M.R.D. [M.
Reverendus Dominus] Mathiam Mervezh cooperat. [cooperator] Patrini Anton
Kovatshetski et Catharina Schirzlin ex Hrastovza.
Place is probably Gorenje Lakovnice, Novo Mesto, Slovenia, "and belongs to the Parish of Novo Mesto–Šmihel".
As in a previous answer, Fuzzy Gazetteer and GOV led to the above result.
In the record images, "Gorn." is clearly an abbreviation; the full word seems to have a number of grammatical forms, depending on the following word.
Based on @Adrew Rick's answer where he mentioned that the Slovene writing may be "Falež" I entered "Falež ime izvor" into a search engine and found a site concerned with the interpretation of names "Razlaga imen". There it is written
Falè, nastalo iz Falež, Faleš in to iz Feliks, kakor je dokazal že pisatelj Trdina.
which suggests that Falè comes from ...
My surname is also Falež. My father emigrated to Australia in 1950 from the village of Orehova Vas, Slovenia. I have relatives in Orehova Vas and Rače. My father asked a professor what the origins of the name might be and he advised that he thought the most likely origin was that some ancestors moved from the village of Fala to the Orehova vas area and were ...
The website of the Slovenian Statistical Office offers a search for surnames and how often they occur in Slovenia:
Number of residents of Slovenia whose family name is Falež: 111. This
family name is in 4,010. place. The statistical region(s) with most
residents with the family name Falež (96): Podravska. Statistical
region(s) in which this family ...