? ocath

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ind (? ó cath): inna elod iar luighe fo aoth ocath anma `after taking an oath "o.a."', Laws iii 394.12 = aeth o cath a mná, Eg. 90 f. 14b ( O'Don. 1988 ). ocath anma .i. in baile a caither anm go haith no go hadha, Eg. 88 f. 48a ( O'C. 2568 ). imtoing fo tuarasdal a cath anma, Eg. 88 f. 49a ( O'C. 2578 ). opad noíllech cen slán n-ó cath anmæ 'the refusal to take an oath without immunity from “the battle of the soul”' Ériu xx 166.48 . fort-gellat huili ó cath anmæ 'they all testify by “the battle of the soul”' 166.53 .

ócbad

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Forms: ócbud, ócbad, ocbaid, ócbotha, ocbothae, ócbaid, ógbadh, ógbhaidh, -i

n f. (óc + both, buith vn. of subst. vb.?) n s. ind ócbud , Fianaig. 24.19 , cf. Arch. iii 314 § 26 , CCath. 1143 ; as neut.: ócbad n-essairm, CRR 38. d s. do ocbaid , LU 8493. g s. ind ócbotha , Fianaig. 24.18 . n p. ocbothae, O'Mulc. 127. The n s. ócbaid (-buith) also occurs. ógbadh (f. g s. -baidhe, n p. -badha), IGT Dec. § 12.18 . ógbhaidh (f. g s. n p. -i) § 13.3 .

(a) young folk, youths (coll.), used somet. with vb. in pl. ind ocbad dond humalloit, Arch. iii 314 § 26. aés ócbad, TBC 5770 . ra slaidit a ṅgillai oca . . . ┐ a n-aes ócbad, CRR 34. aes ocbaid (ogbata v.l.), Anecd. iii 25.7 . condat clanda dam ind ocbad Románach uile, CCath. 1143. ceithri lina isan indsi . . . óca ogbuith [ocboth v.l.] . . . rigraidh righna, Anecd. i 60 § 80 (where óca and ogbuith correspond resp. to óclácha and ingena of prose version, LU 1785 ). ógbhadh is ársaidh young and old, Keat. Poems 477.

Freq. of young (? untrained) soldiery: ócbath amnas thuascirt in domain, TTr.2 149. ro ba menmnach linmar cidh iter occbad in baili, CCath. 3005. ro tinoilit leis a milidh ┐ ina bai d'occbaidh na Roman uili, 3014 . céd do laochruidh [Loch-] lann ┐ d'a n-ogbhadh, ITS, v 150.21 . dothuit . . . an ogbaid thangadar a cathraig Ercail, TTebe 4305 . airm i ttorcrattar trí chéd dia n-ógbhaidh, FM ii 1078.10 .

In sense of a band of young men or warriors : ba cáem mo churi dar lind | lenad ócbad aibind sind, LU 1294. lotar for rian ocbuidh find [leg. ocbadh ḟind] ḟial, Anecd. i 55 § 42. ogbhadh mheanmnach ṡíl Ṡuibhne, TD 26.45 . Of a band of monks: amra ocbhudh bai in Hi, | tri coícait a mainchini, Lism.L. 1020.

(b) used in pl. in distrib. sense: a ṡenlaích, dígnais etir ócbadu among youths, Fianaig. 26.15 (occbath-, ocbuthau, ocbodaib MSS.). ocbatha síl Muiredhaig, ALC i 300.31 . no cluichigdis ocbothae ┐ no lingtis, O'Mulc. 127. batar ócbaid erluma airrechtacha fri slait . . . in dú sin, Alex. 479 (mistake for ócbada?). iachtach na n-ógbhadh, Todd Lect. iv 94.11 . ic fothughadh fhoirne d'a n-ógbhadhaibh, MR 316.29 . Ex- ceptionally in sing. a youth, young man : bean bui la Cait ina ocbaid `whom Cato had in his youth', CCath. 1135 (possibly an abstract).

ócbál

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n ā,f. vn. of od-gaib-; quantity of ó due to influence of tócbál, see Thurn. Hdb. § 837. The act of rising or raising : ind ócbál frisa rind `the rising up to the constellation', Thes. ii 13.24 ( Bcr. 18d2 ). d s. ocond ocbáil, ib. 19 . ord fresgabala din, air is ocbail a tocbail on grad iseal cusin ngrad n-uasal `it is an elevation to him to be raised from the low grade', Laws v 26.18 Comm. im ocbail droichitt for erecting a bridge, i 124.7 (= do tocbail droichit, 134.26 Comm. ). oc ógbáil mo screplaigi frim levying, Cáin Ad. § 19. Donnucan donn dealbach | lonn- ocbhal cét idna, IT iii 29.7 (i.e. fierce lifter of a hundred stan- dards?). batar ann sin oc maithrechaib gaire garba, . . . crideda tuarcthi, ferta fenned, ócbail maithnech, LB 140b56 = Todd Lect. vi 81.10 (`sad moaning', Hog.; perh. denotes an act or gesture).

ócbatu

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Forms: ócbadatu

n d,m. also written ócbadatu, which may be the correct form (< ócbad).

(a) youth, adolescence, youthfulness : a ndío- mus ┐ a n-ógbadata, TFrag. 158.20 . d s. ria óccbhataigh, BNnÉ 129.16 . inna ocuataid .i. . . . ina fer(r)dacht, TTebe 166 .

(b) in concrete sense = ócbad: ro iadsad . . . inn ocuadatu tend togaide sin 'man milid, TTebe 1437 .

occa

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adv. see oc II (b).

occamal

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x see accomal.

occobar

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x see accobar.

occorach

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Forms: ocrach, hocraigh

adj o,ā. (cf. occorus) later also ocrach. Hungry : am ítmar acurach, LU 4350. scíth ocurach, 4348 . briss do bargin frisin accorach, PH 5849. ro badur . . . cortha ocurach a nderedh laé, ZCP vi 102.3 . a ḟiaich doni in ngragarnaig | masat acaraig, a eoin, LB 274b12 (form due to rhyme). bean- naighthe . . . na hocaraigh ar son an chirt (= qui esuriunt iustitiam, Matth. v 6 ), Parrth. Anma 230.19 = hocraigh, Luc. Fid. 147.16 . Eóin ocrach (= Ioannem esurientem), TSh. 6922. má bíonn do námhaid ocrach, tabhair arán dhó, Prov. xxv 21. Transf. of place: ar in díthrub ngortach n-accorach, LB 256b54 .

óccoraige

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n (occorach) hunger : baí dom ocaraighe ┐ do saint bídh ocom, Met. Dinds. iv 298.20 .

occoras

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Forms: ac(c)oras, ocras, ocras, ocaras, acras, acaras

n o and u, m. (< od-+car- `love', Ped. ii 482 ) also ac(c)oras, later ocras. ocras ocaras acras acaras (m., o- and u- st.), IGT Dec. § 38.15 .

Lit. a craving (for); desire (for), need (of), with obj. gen. cen occurus cotulta, SR 8379. cen ocorus bíd nó étaig, LU 2470 ( RC iv 256.6 ). accorus bííd no digi, PH 5022. is ar accuras clainde in tan condrecumm fri ar sétchi desire of offspring, Alex. 891. cid so a bean . . . in n-occorus in gilla teiti, YBL 136b5 . ainmne gan ocrus, RC xxviii 322.7 . Absol. hunger (general later meaning): ar uacht is ar accorus , LL 360a marg. gorta ┐ occuras, LB 256b37 . oc dil occorso do cheli De satisfy- ing the hunger of a servant of God (?), Ériu i 46.2 (text doubtful). gné ṅgorta ┐ accorais do beth fair, PH 4780. fuacht ┐ íota ┐ ocras, TSh. 6915. Prov. xix 15. nathair nimhe an ocrais, Keat. Poems 1208 (= greed?). acrus [acarus MSS.] dá marb- hadh, Hackett xvii 4.

ócda

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adj io,iā. (óc) youthful : ri ro saer Oeth ócda, SR 7349.