oenme, (onme)

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adv. orig. a noun, compd. of oen+be < ben- `strike' (cf. mod. and late Mid.Ir. inmhe `wealth' < O.Ir. indeb)? Used as adv., either with prep. or alone, in sense together; at the same time, simultaneously ; confined to early lit., later in B. na f.

As subst.: óinme .i. maille. óinme rígh móir .i. maille ris an righ mór, O'Cl. lotar in coicer cucai-som fon oenme, TBC2 1740 = fón oínme, LU 6240. rotindsat iat a n-aenme, Arch. iii 311.1 (B. na f.). Absol.: armuinter a ḟéle | onme for óenlíni | la paiss Eusébi, Fél. Oct. 2 (oinme, omne v.l.); glossed: onme .i. simul, p. 220 (same gl. occurs LL 363 m. sup.). dlom Fíacc ocus Fiachraig | onme, Fél. Oct. 12 (onmhe, omne, omni v.l.). ar ndi onme luan fri luan (.i. ar mbeith taobh fri taobh), ZCP v 488 § 6 (B. na f.). ? bid onme moth cen choscrad, RC xxvi 52 § 282 (glossed .i. bid amlaid-so cen discailiud). onme .i. imalle . . . dia n-iarfastar onme . . . .i. . . . dia n-acarthar imalle, O'Dav. 1329. ? aen .i. inann ut est áen memesaid [aen me mesaib v.l.] ro-mbrogad midligid .i. is inand ro mesemnachta robrogad, O'Dav. 165 (leg. aenme mesaib . . . midliged?).

oennat

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Forms: óennat

n f. (dim. from oen) óennat, gl. ulla (taken as < unula < una), Sg. 37b11 . Cf. oenán.

? oenrac

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n is e terna . . . Menetus a aenruc M. alone, TTebe 1022 (mistake for aenur? or for aenrad, analog. formation from oen?).

oentach

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adj o,ā. (oen) united, agreed : patar a[e]ntaigh . . . am chōrai, Anecd. ii 61.14 (oentadaig v.l.). tri braithre aontaigh, 62.2 . See oentaige.

oentachas

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n o,m. unity, agreement , harmony : confoat a n- oentachas Ciaran Cainnech . . . epscop Erc ┐ Coemgen, LL 368 m. sup. = Arch. Hib. i 363. ésca ocus muir . . . caide fāth a n-óentachais? ZCP iv 235 § 6.

oentadach

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adj o,ā. united, agreed, in concert , absol. or with DO or FRI: niptar oentadaig, SR 6540. amal is óentadach innossa spirut na hanma dóib-sium, LU 2637 = RC xxv 244 (= as the spirit . . . is at present conformed to them, i.e. bodies?). rop é bus oentudach deit i lló bratha may he be united with you, PH 3680. atait aentaghach da ceile (of two elements contain- ing a common property), ITS xiv 18 y . is e is oentadach fri Matha co dú ind-ébert . . . this corresponds to the passage of M. in which he said, PH 2986 , cf. 4734 , 5406 . mádat óen- tadach-su frinn if you are of our mind (party), TTr.2 1801. mé Colum Cille . . . 's am aontadhach re heaspoc, ZCP ix 173 § 16. beid a naoimh áontadaigh ag dítten a cathrach His saints will be united in protecting, BNnÉ 25 § 13. robdar aontadhaigh for an ccomhairle, FM iv 1064.2 . gach éanduine dorinne a spíorad aontadhach whom his spirit made willing, Exod. xxxv 21 . Impers.: bid óentadach thall co mór eter in corp ┐ in n-anmain there will be full harmony between (?), RC xxv 246.1 ( LU 2638 ), where Stokes suggests reading óentu. Of cohabita- tion: o ro batar oentadaig Macha ┐ Cimbaeth, Dinds. 161 ( RC xvi 280.24 ). comtar oentadaig in t-epscop ┐ ind rigan, LL 281b49 . Of actions, etc. amicable, harmonious: gér bo sanntach a ccomrac, rob aontadach a sccaradh, BNnÉ 33.10 . co mbriathraib oentudacha, PH 8323. Agreed upon, ap- pointed? morthinol fer Muman . . . co hait oentadach oenbali, Cog. 72.9 , cf. 68.16 . go háit n-aontadhach n-aonbhaile, ML 76.2 .

is o.¤ limm I am willing, I consent (late constr.): is amlaidh sin is aontaighach lim beith co forcenn mo bethadh D IV 2, 72 a 11 .

Adv. in tíí tairises co hoentadach o dib n-aicentaib (= qui duabus substantiis adunatur), PH 6782. co hoentadach oen- menmnac, Cog. 156.2 .

oentadaigid

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v g.

I Intrans.

(a) joins, unites with: ro aíntadaig- setar . . . sil Seth ocus clann Caeïn, SR 2401. coro aíntadaig fria, LL 274a28 (of cohabitation). .viii. saerbaird ┐ .viii. n[d]aerbaird . . . cidh a n[d]eachtraighter ┐ i n-aentadaighter? wherein do they differ from and resemble each other? IT iii 24.7 .

(b) with DO, assents, agrees (to): oentadigimm do fhorcetul in rechta, PH 6635. óentadaigfit ule do fugiull in Chomded, LU 2663 ( RC xxv 248.1 ).

II Trans. makes one, unites : is e [Críst] ro aentadaig petar- laicc ┐ nufhiadnaise, PH 6763. ro aentadaig doridise in tarb ro scailed joined together, 1183 .

oentadche

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n ,f. state of union or agreement : ara cuibde ┐ ara n-óentadchi do spirut inna hanma, LU 2636 ( RC xxv 244 z ).

? oentaige

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n (abstr. from oentach) union, agreement : ? g s. as attrib.: atberat eolaig aile, | nidat treoraig óentaige (= they are conflicting guides?), LL 375b6 .

oentaigech

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adj o,ā. willing, agreed; voluntary : gach áon dar ofráil íodhbhuirt áontuigheach a free-will offering, Ezra iii 5 .

oentaigid

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v g. occas. deponent, see IT iii 24.17 quoted below.

I Intrans. unites, joins with, consorts with: clann Chaïn ocus sil Seth | ro oentaigset co comthren, SR 2406. don foirind ro oentaigset fris i n-agaid Iacoip, PH 2311. aentochmaid let `we shall be one with thee', RC xix 130 § 97. Freq. of cohabita- tion: ro oentaid [Ruth] fri Boz, SR 5701. na ro aentaig fri mnaí, LB 128b46 . cor gradaig Meadb é . . . cor aentaich ria, Ériu ii 182.15 (cor aontaigh fria é v.l.). tucthá in tarb a ndochum na bó coro aentaig fria, ZCP iv 238 z . Consents, agrees (with DO): in animm oentaiges dia dliged, PH 4627. nach aontaighedh se da n-inntinnibh saoghalta, BNnÉ 292.1 .

II Trans.

(a) unites, makes one: oentaigfiter triasin spirut nóeb, PH 5628. ro haentaighid na hoirechta, MR 100.6 . cid nos deacraigetar ┐ nos aentaighedar . . . ? Nī. nos aentai- gheann cetus uair is oendan tegait what distinguishes them and what unites them? (of `soírbaird' and `doírbaird'), IT iii 24.17 . ros-aentaigh D. dó i llánamhnus in cumail, Lism.L. 1156.

(b) with acc. of thing and DO of pers., concedes, grants : cura oentaige Dia dam curbam sean, Gild. Lor. 260. do aentaigset mathe fer nEirenn tomus n-ae . . . do cach iarna miad, Laws i 18.28 Comm. ro aentaigh antí Ruadan . . . an t-atach, BNnÉ 321 § 23. ro oíntaiged a cell do Cíarán `his church was granted (?) to C.' (? was joined to C.'s community), Trip. 158.19 (ró óintaidaged v.l.). muna aentaidhedh braighde, Cog. 118.24 . ro aontaigh . . . doip furnaidhe isin gcathraigh gave them leave to remain, Fl. Earls 26.10 . ro haontaighedh dóibh amhail ro cuinnighsiot, FM vi 2302.9 . aóinteochthar íarratas an fíréin, Prov. x 24.

(c) consents to, accepts : ro aentaigh dlighedh, Laws i 190.20 Comm. , cf. iii 252.3 Comm. do ionnarbh ar aontuigh cion those who yielded to sin, Dán Dé xiv 14. greim . . . dar haon- tuigheadh 'gun eaglais `everything allowed by the Church', xi 22 . gebe nech . . . do aeinteochudh bās d'faghail, BCC § 205. ni ro aontaighset in cuiredh si[n] did not accept that invitation, Fl. Earls 44.8 . With acc. of pers.: gach aon nduine do aontuigh mé `who submitted to me', BNnÉ 178 § 31. neach dár aontuigh Críost `any believer in C.', Ó Bruad. iii 60 § i .

See oentugad.