2 óa

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adj. compar. see óc.

óach

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adj o,ā. (3 ó) having (big?) ears: berach oach (epithets of a calf), Ériu vii 6.9 . Aindind óach `keen-eared', Met. Dinds. iv 234.42 . In compd.: dabach .i. de-uach (i.e. two-handled), Corm. Y 414 = de-hoach, LB. mullach .i. mul-oach .i. cluasach, 918 , cf. Lec. Gl. 276. brasach .i. bras-oach .i. oa mora let[h]na le, O'Mulc. 190.

óal

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Forms: oal

n the cheek : oal, gl. bucca, Sg. 22b8 . See oíl. Cf. Ailill Oalch- loin, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 41 § 37.

óam

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adj superl. of óc q.v.

oar, (? óar)

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n (probably a ghostword, JCS ii 244 ) a voice, cry? oar .i. guth no gairm, Corm. p. 33. Corm. Y 1004. O'Cl. See 3 ór.

ob

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n a river see ab and aba. ? inis Leimin . . . ata ar in muir . . . ┐ in Tracia ob ri hob ria `Thrace opposite', TTebe 1836 (leg. or ri hor?). Calder quotes: òb `a creek' (Norse origin), MacBain, Etym. Dict. of the Gaelic Lang.

oba

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n f. IGT Dec. § 3.7 . See opad.

obair

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x see opar.

1 obann

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n name of a cattle-disease ? is iat na galair tecmaisech, maolgarb . . . ┐ bedhgach ┐ obann ┐ idu, H. 3.18 p. 446a ( O'C. 1098 ). peisti no bolg no o.¤ , ib. 166 ( O'C. 302 ).

2 obann

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adj. see opunn.

óbar

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n vain-glory : i n-obar, Wb. 27a9 . See uabar.