odor

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Forms: odur, odar

(O.Ir. odur) adj. and subst., name of a colour, dun, or greyish brown : odur (gl. Med. Lat. saurus = subrufus), Thes. ii 9.28 ( Aug. Sol. 32d ). odar, Corm. Y 1020. a n-étguda, eter . . . odor alad ┐ riabach, TBC 67. etir dub . . . ┐ odhor ┐ buide, TTr.2 881.

(a) as adj. o,ā: crandscíath odor iarndae, BDD 87. do cromsciathaib odraib, CCath. 4948. brat odhar, Acall. 7600. bruit odra, BDD 138. a inair uidir! IT iii 91 § 127 (v s m.). glas cach muine luachra lē i n-airbir fo leith . . . ┐ a hodur in n-airbir n-aile (i.e. brown or faded rushes), RC xxv 35 § 10. tuc builli dó ind-odhur a chiche in the dun of his breast (i.e. the nipple), Acall. 3314. a n-odhar a chighe clé, Buile S. 144.4 . Of animals: panathir brec-odorr, LL 135b29 . mac an tSion- naigh Uidhir, FM ii 958 x (sobriquet). a chacc cuirre uidhri, IT iii 102 § 189 = Bruchst. i § 86 . bae móelae odhrae, BColm. 84.16 . The cow owned by St. Ciarán at Cluain Iraird was called the Odor because of its colour: lenaid bó odar eisium ┐ corbo isin in Odor Ciarain, Fél. 202.33 . Hence the name of the Lebor na Huidre written at Clonmacnois and supposed to be bound in the hide of Ciarán's cow. Leabar na Huidri, LU 2780 (late entry). in mind maith frisin aberr sechi na hUidhri Ciaráin, Fél. 204.3 . Uidhir Chiaráin, ro scríobhadh i gCluain- mhic-nóis, Keat. i 78 z .

Of persons, of dark or sallow complexion? Diarmait hodur, AU 796 (transld. `yellowe' in Clar. 49 ). Niall Odhor `the Swarthy', ii 76.3 . mac Murchadha uidhir, FM ii 932.16 . ní thuca in uidir n-apuide (of a woman), ZCP viii 112 x = in n-udir n-abbuidi, LL 346b13 . re demnaib odraib aéoir, LL 11a42 , cf. Keat. i 216.6 .

(b) as subst., name of the colour , somet. treated as fem.: in dub . . . in chiar . . . ind odar, doirchi datha, SR 63. eter huidir is glegil, 76 . It was the colour assigned to the west wind: aniar (sic leg.) ind odur engach, SR 72 , cf. Laws i 26 z , 28.1 . traigle i nach uathadh ḟuidhre, IT iii 85 § 83 = Bruchst. i § 88 (`die geringste blasse Farbe', Meyer). cáecca lend find fuidre of a light dun colour, Misc. Hag. Hib. 30 x .

As npr. m.: Odhar mac Floinn, FM ii 872.9 . Tanaide mac hUidir, AU 957. Of the eponymous ancestor of the clan Mag Uidhir: o ríoghaibh ḟréimhe hUidhir, TD 10.7 . mic Uidhir ó ráidhtear maca Me Guidhir [recte Még Uidhir] Fhearmanach, Maguires of F. § 1.

Compds. ¤buide dun-yellow : ingne odurbhuidhi in seabaic, CCath. 4031. Acall. 2739 n. amaid arrachta odharghorm livid, wan , TSh. 6622. ? odoroscrach (name of a bird), Auraic. 5696 .

See also odrán.

odorda

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adj io,iā. of a dun or brownish colour : brat odorda, TBC 5283 . Aisl. MC 53.18 (odarda). tri glansceith odorda, LL 266b16 ( MU 32.1 ). láech . . . odorda, TBC 5282. crundrosc odorda, 5283 .

1 odrad

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Forms: odradh, oghradh, t-oghradh

n m. (< odor?) name of a plant, bugloss : odradh, gl. buglosa, Arch. i 331 § 25. ? oghradh, gl. singulosus, 333.18 . in t-oghradh , gl. lingua bovina (= bugloss), RC ix 237.10 . duille na sub talman . . . ┐ odrad itir bun ┐ barr, LB 101 marg. inf. (list of `bechlossa' or bee-plants). ? subai ograd [b]uiderad, ZCP xiii 278.4 (transld. Eier `eggs' as if < og, but context suggests a plant-name). derc ar éndath is in t-ogradh, Studies 1920, 418 y . óghradh, odrad bugloss, Hogan, Luibh. freamh odhraidh, 23 K 42, 421.2 .

2 odrad

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n m. (odor) act of becoming sallow or livid: an aghaidh ar n-odhradh, TSh. 1095.

? ódraid, (? odraid)

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vb. nimtorba | cia beth nech ic ól chorma | ┐ banna senlinde | ┐ minne nosn-ódra, LB marg. sup. From fuadraim `I hinder '? Plummer MS. notes. Leg. odra < *od- raid makes (turns) sallow, wan , denom. of odor (see 2 odrad)? See follg.

odraigid

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Forms: odhruighim

v g. (denom. < odor) grows (makes) livid or pale: fig. MacDomnaill Domnaigh Cobha | nochar odhraig a fhala never grew faint, abated (?) Irish Texts ii 21 § 41 . odhruighim, Dinneen .

odrán

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n o,m. dim. of odor. As name of a drinking-horn: Odhrán ind óir, Acall. 138. As npr. m. Odrán (name of Patrick's charioteer), Trip. 218.6 . Odran o Disiurt Ódrain, 266.1 . Odrán sab sóer snámach, Fél. Oct. 27 , with Comm.: Odran o Letraigh Odrain . . . nó i Gair meic Moga ata .i. indsola i Corcaduibne ┐ for snam dochuaid innti, 228.22 . mac Odhrain, AU 820.

For association of the name with odor, cf. the follg.: Odran a mMaig Breg . . . eter Odru Temra thuaid, | he sein in fogur dia fail | in tOdor eter Odraib, ZCP viii 266 § 32. `Odra Temrach' or se [sc. Odrán]. `Bi-siu and dano' ol Cormac. Is de ata odor eter odraib, LL 271a6 , 7 (same story), cf. RC xxv 26 § 9 . M. O'Briain, ZCP xiv 325 , suggests that odor < Indog. *udros `watery' passed through the successive meanings ` watery' > `water-animal' (= otter) > otter- coloured , and that the tribe-name Odorraige or Odraige = ` otter-folk ', hence the saying: in t-odur eter odraib = `the otter among otters'. Cf. the epithet snámach in Fél. Oct. 27 quoted above and the note in Comm., which may embody a bit of folk-lore.

odugud

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n m. (of injuries sustained by ships in a storm) ni raibhi . . . ann sin long . . . gan odugud 'na clār, CF 47.

oe

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n liver see óa.

oe

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n science see .

oeb

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n beauty see oíb.