ochtgach

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Forms: ochtgach, octhgach

n [o,m.] a fir or pine tree : ochtgach [octhgach MSS.] as ardu alailiu 'the o. ¤ which is taller than the other' Celtica xi 112 , gl. abies, Thes. ii 47.14 (Philarg.). ochtgag (gl. pinus) ib. 13 . for lár ochtgaigh, K. and H. § 1 ; 'on a floor of pine' Celtica xi 112 . See ochtach.

ochtimber

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x see octimber.

1 ochtmad

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Forms: ochtmad, ochtmad

(ocht) ord. num.

I As adj. o,ā. eighth (in order), always preceding subst. octmet, Ériu lviii 97, 102 (Computus Einsidlensis) . amal is e cet lá na sechtmaine in domnach . . . is amal sin is e is ochtmad lá, PH 3585. Gen. preceded by def. art. (the masc. form int being common in ns. with masc. and fem. nouns alike): int ochtmad [crannchor], SR 5141. in t-ochtmad deach, Corm. p. 17 s.v. deach. archangeli, is e in t-ochtmad grad, PH 6251. in t-ochtmad oes, 7619 . is í so in t-o.¤ plág, 7653 (but: in ochtmad taidbsi, 6716 n s.). issind ochtmad lathi, SR 2581. isin o.¤ caipdel fichet the twenty-eighth chapter, PH 7818. i forbu ind ochtmad laí, 5653 (= LB 56a18 , written in full). tindscetul na hochtmadi oesi, 3582 . a dtosach na hochtmuighe [mís], ML 36.19 . annsa n-ochtmhadh bliadhain déug eighteenth , 1 Kings xv 1.

In sense one of eight: ochtmad rann in insci one of the eight parts of speech, Sg. 71a15 , cf. ib. 5 (ochtmath). in t-o.¤ tricha chét déc one of the eighteen cantreds, TBC 659. issé in t-o.¤ fer tainic lé Ciaran co Cluain mic Nóis, Fél. 148.40 . bid hí so an t-o.¤ releac dhéc bhus dili leam, Acall. 1320. gur shaor sé Naoi an t-ocdmhadh pearsa, 2 Pet. ii 5.

II As subst. o,n. and m. an eighth part, one-eighth : ochtmad imbairgine [leg. mbairgine] Coluim Cilli, Mon. Tall. 68 (n s.). ochtmadh n-eneclainni, Laws v 460.9 Comm. ochtmad do tir one-eighth of his land, 518.26 Comm. ochtmadh an ochtmaidh the eighth of the eighth, iv 82.1 Comm. (viii.m̄ MS. in both cases).

2 ochtmad

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n ā,f. a period of eight days : a dithim for ochtmad, Laws i 144.25 . leth na hochtmuidi, v 66.12 Comm.

ochtmoga

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Forms: ochtmugat, ochtmugait, ochtmogat

num t,m. (ocht) g s. ochtmugat, Ml. 34b17 , 111c1 . a d s. ochtmugait, 111b22 , 28 . ochtmogat (o,m.) IGT Dec. § 11.7 . (late form).

The number eighty , folld. by g p. ochtmodha nō ochtmodhad .i. ceithre fichid, O'Cl. ochtmoga caín cinged, Fél. Feb. 14. octmogat la cli eighty (stories), Laws i 44.22 (n s.). fer ind ochtmugat bliadnae (i.e. an octogenarian), Ml. 111c1 . cóic míli ochtmugat ar chét (= 185,000), 34b17 , cf. PH 8048. hi cind tri bliadan ochtmogat ar dib cetaib (283), PH 578. iarsna deich mbliadnaib ochtmodhat (90), Laws i 138.7 Comm. rand na haenmadh rainne ochtmhoghat (⅟81), ii 412.6 . se bliadhna ochtmoghdha (86), MacCarthy 430.2 . coic ar ochtmodhaid (85), 313.5 . céud ┐ ochtmhodhad ┐ seacht mblíaghna (187), Gen. v 25. seacht cceud ochtmhodhad ┐ dhá bliaghain (782), ib. 26 .

ochtmugdaige

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n ,f. abstr. from ochtmoga. d s. iarsind ocht- mugdaigi after the age of eighty, Ml. 111b26 .

1 ochtrach

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n n. (< óchtar, úachtar? see Ped. ii 44 or < *ochtar (cf. echtar) LEIA O-8 , cf. Celtica iv 98 ) treated as o- and s-st. Dung; a dunghill. d s. buith for ochtrach (= inter stercora), Ml. 129c2 . dichetal for ochtraig, Triads 117 (otrach v.l.). n p. amal bimmis ochtarche (gl. tanquam purgamenta), Wb. 9a7 . Later ot(t)rach LEIA O-8 .

2 ochtrach

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n (leg. term) a long period of prescription ; defined as the duration of ten lives: is ann is rudrad o rosaigh co coiciur. O rosaigh co dechnemur is ann is robith ┐ is and is ochtrach, H. 3.18 p. 9b ( O'C. 21 = ZCP xii 363.21 ); some words fallen out after ┐? Defined as 900 years: Duruth cet bliadain. Ruthrod tri coeccait. . . . Robith ccl. . . . Ochtrach dcccc., ib. 9b ( O'C. 21 ).

ocían, (océn)

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Forms: acían, acén, oicén, aicén, aigéan, aigén

n o,m. (Lat. oceanus) also acían, acén, oicén, aicén, mod. aigéan. aigén (g s. -éin, -én), IGT Dec. § 35.12 .

The ocean, generally of deep sea as oppd. to shallower water near land. d s. ind ocian, Corm. Y 825 = in oceano , LB. in tocéb mo churchan cíar | forin n-ocían n-uchtlethan n-án?, Auraic. 5353 ( LL 37c44 ) = os aigen uchtlet[h]an, ZCP x 46.5 . connici in n-acían muridi fuineta, LU 30. ond ocian thiar (i.e. the Atlantic), Fianaig. 30.17 . atá ailen ele a muir accíon, Maund. § 261 (leg. muir-a.?). san oigian, Keat. ii 1717. feghaidh an t-aiccen uadha for cech leith, BNnÉ 52.5 (but: forin occían, ib. 6 ). aran aicen nemforcennach, Ériu iv 142.10 (oician v.l.). Exceptionally treated as fem.: āsfaid carraic fora druim | issind acen octaig duind, LL 278a8 . In loose sense: co ndernai occian imdomain don conair `made deep water of the path', CCath. 2639. g s. ós fudumnaib aicgéin, SR 6 . os inis . . . ocein ollbrais, Anecd. i 55 § 39. ic dubhimram inn oiccéin, CCath. 2652. onfaissi occiain `diving the ocean' (of a futile undertaking), 4396 . a n-airther aiceoin, ZCP v 504 § 4 . le piastaibh an aigéoin, BNnÉ 73 § 130.

Of particular seas: o muir Chaisp siar cusin ocían sirecda, LB 150a21 . o aiccian imdomuin . . . Mara Romuir, BB 240b40 . issin n-ocian de Tirrén, LL 190c30 . ón aigéan dá ngairthear Mare Euxinum, Keat. i 174.18 . Fig. oigéan ainbhis, Content. xxv 13 . i n-aigeun anbhail na hanmann, Eochairsg. 47.4 . pl. (in loose sense) set daberar a aicenaib, Laws iii 422.10 . a murlochaib .i. a haicdenaib [sic], v 298.18 Comm. bristear amach na haigéin the deeps, Prov. iii 20.

ocla

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(ocal)

I As subst. ,f. a hasty or imperious disposition, quick temper ? isber Moí[d]ógc tria ocla móir `in great wrath', BColm. 74.7 . cend cen o.¤ , 22.16 . g s. ba cionntach d'Fionn . . . ar comhall úaibhreach ogla . . . meisi do chor do gorta in proud fulfilment of his anger Duan. Finn i 86.25 .

II Adj. io,iā. (= g s. of preceding?) readily incensed, irritable, imperious ? serr gach n-uachall [uallach, LB], cach n-ogla, Corm. Y 1161. ba lonn dono in ingen ┐ ba hogla imon sgel sin `wroth', RC vi 174.17 . fer . . . tren calma athlom ocla, TTebe 2558 . bean ogla, IGT Dec. § 119. fan scél n-ádbul n-ogla sa, ZCP xiii 202.6 (referring to rejection of a suit). as ogla sin, a Briain bregh, | nocha n-iarmartach t'aigneadh `this is pride' (? irritation, temper), Cog. 64.27 . do eirigh suas co sotla, | do íarr a each go hoccla, ZCP viii 220 § 32. tríhonchoin eachtacha, ML 136.34 .

óclach

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Forms: óclaech, óclaech, óclaig, ócláig, óclaige, óclacha, óclaích, óclaig, ócláoich, oclachu, óglaoch, óglách

n ā,f. and o,m. Prob. orig. fem., a formation from óc analogous to echlach, midlach; later analysed as óc+laech and freq. written óclaech (-láech) in Mid.Ir. down to the classical period; n s. óclaech, LU 10690 (M), 3455 (H), ócláech, 3835 (H). Treated as fem. ā- stem: a s. óclaig, LU 4861 (M) = TBC2 372 ; LU 5223 (M). d s. fónd ócláig , TBC 1815. do gilli nō óclig, Mon. Tall. § 41. dond oclaéich, Fianaig. 24.6 . g s. inna óclaigi, Lat. Lives 53.13 (= in óclaig, Trip. 152.7 Rawl.). na óclaige, TBC 5192. óclaige, Fianaig. 26.2 . n p. óclacha, LL 229b22 ( TTr. 916 ). The declension as o,m. is found early and later prevails: g s. óclaích, LU 6471 (M); ind óclaig , TBC 5197 . ? n p. ócláoich, Mon. Tall. 145.11 . a p. oclachu, Fianaig. 26.16 . Mod. óglaoch, óglách (TSh.), óglach.

(a) a young man (of one who has attained manhood): eirġes int oclaech (= iuvenis), Lat. Lives 106.17 . robad báeth dond óclaeich comrac frisin fer líath, Fianaig. 24.6 . i ṅdeilb gilla, i ndeilb senorach, i ndeilb óclaich, PH 1741. a óclaich thait- nemaig! (of an angel), 7193 . gilde ┐ ócláoich, Mon. Tall. § 48. go bhfuilim i n-aois óglaoich, Dán Dé xxv 39 (i.e. 30 years, see § 40 ). Esp. in compd. maethóclach a lad, stripling : móethoclaech sáer, SC 23. PH 6623 , 6555 ; see maeth.

(b) generally a young warrior and hence often a warrior, soldier in wide sense: Cuchulaind . . . in t-ócláech a Murtemne, SC 37. na fuil in nhErind . . . óclach macsamla Conchobair, TBC 875. óclach seta fada . . . i n-airinuch na budni sin, 5170 . buiden cet óclách, CRR 49. oclach do daghcenel, Laws iv 352.1 . i cath chroderg áclách `in the gore-red battle of warriors', PRIA iii 540 § 4 ( LL 146b7 ). sochaidi do droch-oclaichaib, Cog. 170.13 . a n-ógbaid ag adhrad . . . dá n-órarmaib, na hóglaích ag saigid na senarm (i.e. experienced soldiers), Caithr. Toirdh. 40.7 . a uaisle, a airigh, a fhorusocclaoigh his veterans, FM vi 2126.24 .

(c) an attendant, servant, vassal : delb inna óclaigi fil fo[t] teig-siu (= iuvenis de tua familia), Lat. Lives 53.13 . i ferund arole óclaig (= alicuius plebei), 110.11 ( LB 32a22 ). atai-siu hi t' óclach do Cessair (of Pontius Pilate), PH 2818. na tigernada . . . bít oc dénum adbair do argain na n-óglach their subjects, 7528 . Of disciples or followers of saints: as íatt cét-óclaigh battar acc Maodhócc, BNnÉ 264 § 226. occlach Máodhócc (= M. 's coarb, successor), 259 § 218 . This sense is the usual one in early Mod.Ir.: an t-óglách . . . nach déin do réir thoile a thighearna, TSh. 3476. óglaoigh éadtarbhacha (= servi in- utiles), 10873 . bhur n-oglaoich ┐ bhur mhanóglaoich your men-servants and your maid-servants, Deuter. xii 12. nā sanntaigh . . . óglach nā inilt . . . do chomharsan, Parrth. Anma 142.11 . ag friotháileamh da hoide amhail bhanóglaoich, Keat. ii 4699. Anselmus óglách eagailse Chanterburie (= ser- vus ecclesiae), iii 45 . do dhíoghail a óglaoich ar c[h]loinn Uí Dh. vassal, FM iii 648.3 . óglách dileas Dé (of St. Dominic), Dán Dé iv 18.