ochsad

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n ā,f.

(a) a sigh, groan or plaint : ochsad, iachtad, RC xxiii 400.2 . co tarut L. cneit ┐ ochsaid moir os aird, PH 791. atbert co n-ochsaid moir ┐ cneit, LB 144a27 . oxad leomain growl (?), FB 48. ocsadh anál ut dicitur: ni fil acht oxsadh [sic], H. 3.18 p. 73 ( O'C. 117 ).

(b) cessation, pause ? ochsadh .i. cumsanadh ut dicitur: cen uarad cin ochsad, H. 3.18 p. 73 ( O'C. 117 ).

ochsaid

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v ā. (cf. ochsad) sighs, utters a plaint ? pres. dep. is immum-sa ochsatar Ulaid uile, FB 24 (loq. Emer).

ochsal

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Forms: oxal, oxil, oxile, oxalaib, ochsal(l), ocsal(l), oscal(l), asgall, osgal(l), asgal(l), oschal(l), aschal(l), n-oxalaib

n ā,f. (< Lat. axilla, cf. W. asgell `wing') O.Ir. oxal: d s. isind oxil , Thes. ii 255.9 ( Stowe Miss. 64b ), cf. Thes. ii 254.4 . g s. cache oxile , 255.4 . d p. donaib oxalaib , Thes. i 486.33 ( Tur. 35 ). Mid.Ir. ochsal(l), ocsal(l), occas, with metath. oscal(l). Mod. asgall. osgal(l) asgal(l) oschal(l) aschal(l), IGT Dec. § 12.16 .

(a) an armpit : gabais in mnaí foa lethoxail deis, LU 10910 = fóa lethoscail, ZCP v 526.24 . isind achsaill toíbe deiss Ísu, LB 251a68 = i n-oxil in tuib deiss, Thes. ii 254.4 . o thana a thaíb co tiug a ochsaille, TBC2 1903 (LU) = oxaille, TBC 2562 . i nderc a oxaile, TBC2 1327 (oxaille, LU). i ndeirc a occsaille, FM vi 1978.19 . co derc a osgaile, Fianaig. 84.31 . on oscail co cheile di (of a pig), Acall. 2231. du. cu airbaccaib a dā ochsal, LL 266b46 ( MU 32.32 ). conice a dí ocsail, MR 18.4 . asa díb n-axalaib, LU 5676 = n-oxalaib, TBC2 1202. pl. ó filltib a occsall co llet[h]an a les, CCath. 5238. bolgmedon . . . cen asna co achsala[i]b, LL 210a61 .

(b) a wing (cf. W. asgell): donaib oxalaib, Tur. 35 (gl. ad ascellas, cf. Levit. i 15 - 17 Vulg.).

(c) transf. of an angle, bend or sharp curvature in general: isind oxil ochtarthuaiscerdig in the left upper angle (of a cross), Thes. ii 255.9 . tarrla cloidheamh F. a n-oscail uachtarach [sic] sceith righ an domain `the upper shoulder of the shield'. CF 896. Aráib . . . ó hochsail Romuir (= from the gulf of the Red Sea), LL 135b7 . ro cuirit muntera Lagen i n-ascaill Gall `the angle possessed by the foreigners', Cog. 110.6 (taken by Hogan Onom. as n.l.).

1 ocht

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indecl. num. adj. eight . As adj., eclipses the initial of a follg. subst.: ocht n-aisli, Corm. Y 447. ocht n-aimsera, PH 6892 . o.¤ mbíastai, FA 21 ( LU 2147 ). o.¤ ngemma, FB 51 ( LU 8675 ). oct ṅdelbae ┐ oct ṅgné, Sg. 166a1 . ocht nduirn, Laws ii 238.10 . o.¤ clettíni, TBC 2556. iar forba ocht láa, PH 5658. o.¤ penginde, 3213 . o.¤ sillaba, Corm. Y 447. With art.: na hocht coire chenna the eight capital sins, PH 8033. celebrait na ocht trath, FA 7 ( LU 2010 ) = na hocht tratha, LB. na hocht sailm, Hib. Min. 4.125 . huanaib oct-sa from these eight (words), Sg. 90b8 . Absol.: cis lir lanamna docuisin la Feine? A ocht, Laws ii 344.2 (= Stud. in E. Ir. Law 3.10 ). a ocht deac ar chét (gl. cxviii), Bcr. 32d2 . a hocht déc eighteen, MacCarthy 186 § 1. ocht ṁbliadna sescat sixty-eight , SR 2257. Multiplying a follg. numeral: ocht fichti, TBC 4944. ocht cét laéch, CRR 48. dá ṅ-ocht cét (= 1600), Fél. June 22 . In dates: i n-ocht Kalaind Mái the eighth day before the Kalends of May, PH 1438. i n-ocht Id Enair (i.e. January 6), 6920 .

Used in compds. (a) with noun, chiefly in names of metres: ¤bricht, IT iii 98 § 159. ¤chasbairdne, 89 § 115. ¤ḟoch- lach, 57 § 108. ¤randaigecht, 80 § 54. ¤rindaird, 90 § 123. (b) generally with adjs. derived from nouns: ¤c[h]obradach `eight-bossed' (of a shield), CCath. 5313. ¤slisnech octagonal : do ochts[h]lisnig úindsend, Aisl. MC 95.24 (as subst.). ¤ tairrngech (epithet of a steed), IGT Dec. ex. 730. ¤tédach having eight strings; as subst. ā,f. used of a musical stringed instrument: tall a ochttedaich mbic chuicci, ZCP v 500.10 .

2 ocht

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n breast see ucht.

ócht

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x earlier O.Ir. form of úacht cold, q.v. ocht et gorte, Wb. 15d29 . ar ócht et gorti, 10d24 , 25 .

ochta

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Forms: ochta, ochta

n m. a group of eight things, an octad : fri ochta , Auraic. 1022 . g s. in ochta , 932 .

ochtáb

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n ā,f. (Lat. octava) octave (of a Church festival): co hochtáib na cingtighisi, BNnÉ 57 § 66. co hoctaif na hEipifanie, 59 § 73. go la . . . octaibhe, Mart. Don. Aug. 3.

ochtach

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n ā,f.

(a) Scots pine (?): ochtach (.i. in crand giuís), Laws iv 146.22 , 148.5 (one of the `airig feda', `chieftain trees'). Auraic. 1194.

forruim (.i. ro gon) tend (.i. laech) do chrund ochtga (.i. crund gai i mbít ocht láma), LU 457 ( ACC 2 Comm. ), (with) a shaft of pine Celtica xi 112 . Cf. RC xx 150.16 , Auraic. 5397.

(b) a ridge-pole : ochtach .i. fegi in tigi, YBL 172a19 . ogthach .i. ōigh-thech .i. ōguide a tech dia buith fair the house is more complete for its being on it, Corm. Y 1016 = ochtach, Corm. p. 34 . coro laí a ochtaig on tig, FB 64. lan in tigi co hochthaig, Anecd. i 5.2 . tech foa ochtaig findruine, ZCP xiii 373.2 = fo octae, iii 459.20 . pl. cetheora ochtga humai for imdái Ailella, LL 248b48 ( TBFr. 79 ; `corner-poles', RC xxiv 145.10 ). drom- clai ┐ ochtaige na ngríanán, TTr.2 1867 . tigi co n-ochtachaib findruine, IT ii1 179.1 . See ochtgach.

ochtar

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n o,m. (ocht) a group of eight persons (strictly men, but somet. in wider application), folld. by part. gen. or DE. ochtur claidbech, FB 7. ro pridchai epscop M. doib a n-octor caillech to the eight nuns, Thes. ii 330.10 . ochtor da hechlachaib, TBC 6075 . ochtur dō ac denum cana (i.e. eight attendants), Laws v 32.3 . ochtur do dergór, Acall. 3950 (of `chess-men' or pieces in a game). nim-reilce . . . dond ochtar ard airdeirc, ZCP vi 260.5 (the capital sins, reckoned as eight). fer le hochtar nine men, AU iii 472.1 . cor bāig na huili daine acht Noi ochtur, D IV 2, 26ra12 (i.e. Noah as one of eight). dochuaid Patraic ochtur mor la gilla, Trip. 458.1 = LB 27a40 ; P. went as one of a `great octad' (i.e. nine) including a boy? cf. mórṡesser. With poss. pron. (cf. a oenur): Noe a ochtur . . . 'na hethur, SR 2721 . g s. ere ochtair cethruir bachlach, IT iii 72 § 28 (= a burden for eight and four, i.e. twelve? `für vier und zwanzig Kerle', Meyer, Bruchst. i § 40 ). Nae ┐ a muindtear ochtair eight (in all), BB 21b33 . g du. anmanna an dá ochtair ghrinn, Oss. iv 18.5 .

óchtar

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n o,m. (O.Ir. form of úachtar) the upper part, top : i n-ichtur aetheris ┐ i n-ochtur aeris, Bcr. 33c9 ( Thes. ii 22.38 ), cf. 32a3 . for ochtar do chinn, Thes. ii 249.3 . In place-names: dirrógel Cummen . . . Ochter n-Achid, Thes. ii 239.15 ( Ardm. 17a2 ) = mod. Oughteragh. i nOchtar [óchtur v.l.] Cháerthin, Trip. 132.15 . ind-Ochtur Cuillenn, 198.5 ; see Hog. Onom. for other exx.; gradually superseded by úachtar.

In compds.: ind ochtardescerdach the right upper angle. Thes. ii 255.10 ( Stowe Miss. 65b ). isind oxil ochtarthuaiscerdig left upper, Thes. ii 255.9 .