oentu

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Forms: oéntu, óentid, n-ointaid, n-óentid, oíntaid, n-óentu, óentad, oentath, áenta, áontadh, áentaidh

n d,m. and f. (oen) n s. int oéntu , Wb. 7c8 . a s. óentid, 12b12 . in n-ointaid , Ml. 25c9 . d s. (a) i n-óentid , Wb. 7d7 , cf. 27a4 . oíntaid, Ml. 118a2 , cf. 66b7 . (b) i n-óentu , Wb. 9c28 , cf. 26b27 . g s. óentad, Wb. 27b21 . ind oentath , Sg. 28a9 . In Mid.Ir. often fem. áenta f. (g s. -dh, d s. -idh), IGT Dec. § 7.4 . áontadh f. (g s. aont-adha, -aidhe), § 12.19 . áentaidh f. (g s. -e), § 13.4 .

(a) oneness, unity : gl. unio, Ml. 66b7 , unitas, 25c9 . int oéntu inna ǽccalsa, Wb. 7c8 . oéntu forcitil unity of teaching, 13b9 . dofoirndea són oíntaid inna tríndoti, Ml. 2d2 . i n-oentaid diadachta ┐ doenachta maic Dé, FA § 34 LB. oenta na heclaisi cechtarda, nemda ┐ talmanta union, PH 4362. In moral sense, concord: irbága robatar leo-som eter desciplu . . . óentu immurgu eter a magistru, Wb. 7a10 . .4. flatho nime .i. aenta ┐ soma, sláinti ┐ sochraidi, ZCP iv 234.18 . Of things, agreement, correspondence : oenta ┐ coibnes na liachtanu-sa for cúla `unity and connexion of this lesson with the context', PH 2985 , cf. 4733 . ollbairdní . . . ata a haentu sen fri deachnad cumaisg .i. da ḟelis ┐ da bricht íntib dib línaib. IT iii 11 n. 2 .

As quasi-vn., to unite : ind eclais nemdai ┐ talmanda do oentaid ┐ do accomul, PH 5339.

(b) association, fellowship, alliance : huamm óintaid (= a meo consortio), Ml. 118c2 . do accomol inna cairddine ┐ ind oentath (sc. between the Romans and Sabines), Sg. 28a9 . rop fris . . . mo oenta-su isin bethaid tall, PH 3682. da naisc ar mummi . . . ar cró cotaig is óentad, TBC 4135. fó chori ┐ óentaid fri Ultu, LU 1551 = MU 54.17 . ni biat i n-oentu muintire nime (= regnum Dei non possidebunt), Wb. 9c28 . éirged . . . i n-óentaid aingel, LU 1385 ( RC xxi 380.15 ). rob tu rom-togba a n-aontaig aingel, Ériu ii 89 § 6. dona Saxanaib robatar na n-oentaid fein, Anecd. iii 68.24 (= genti Saxonum . . . secum Brittaniam incolenti, Bede, Hist. Eccles. i 22 ). i n-aentaig a manach together with his monks, Anecd. i 43.12 . bheith 'na n-aontoigh ní luinn lat you do not care to be in their company, KMMisc. 242 § 7. This expression was prob. con- taminated with: i n-oentig `in the same house'.

Used of the community or parochia of a saint or founder of a church: lucht oentad Maelruain inso, LL 370a43 , cf. b57 .

(c) often of a covenant between two saints or heads of religious foundations: a Brenaind . . . cinnus dogēnam aen- taidh? ZCP vii 302.4 . dogniat a n-aentaid . . . ┐ dobeir Martan do Senán i comartha a n-aentad in soiscéla ro scribh, Lism.L. 2053. dogniatt oentaid Mocholmoc ┐ Colman, BColm. 92.17 . luid Ciaran . . . co Colman do chuncid aenta ┐ cen- nachta fair, 86.6 . m'aentu-sa is Colm . . . ocus [sic leg.] Corbmac . . . bid hí an áenta airmittnech, Anecd. ii 28.11 (poem ascribed to S. Moling).

(d) consent, co-operation, participation : ni roibe cuit nā comairle nā hoentu dámsa indsin, LB 229a47 . gan h'aentaidh fein d'fagbail docom an catha, CCath. 4553. do bhí aonta ┐ togha an tíre do chongnamh . . . ag Lasair ┐ ag Ronán dochum na cioschana sin, Ériu v 94.10 (= L. and R. had the voluntary co-operation of the land to aid them in raising the tribute?). ni tuc an rí áonta imlán dó ┐ ni tuc éra fair, Expug. Hib. § 12. tug Naoise aonta leis consented to this, Keat. ii 2968. doratt T. aonta ┐ umhla dó, FM vi 1934.11 . cen oentaidh phecaid [sic leg.] fir graidh without abetting, RC xxxvii 346 § 27. d'aonta na nÉireannach (= de consensu Ibernorum), Keat. iii 2903 . gur thoghadar . . . d'aon-aonta Maoilseachlainn 'na airdrígh with one consent, 2868 . dochóidh fein ┐ a brathair d'aon-aonta i n-acchaidh Gall, FM v 1744.20 . d'én-toil ┐ d'én- aontaidh, iii 232.14 . do ghluaiseadar d'aon-aitheasc ┐ a [om.] d'aon-aonta, Maguires of F. § 43. Of a single person: do gabh an t-oglach aen-aenta ag luamhairecht an curaigh `all alone(?)' (? with a will), Ériu iii 156.9 .

(e) of sexual union: nā findfad [Muire] oentaid fherscail, PH 2012. tainic d'iarraidh Osnaidhe | flaith Oirbsen, fuair a haentaidh, ZCP xiii 18.18 . doronsat aenta iarsin .i. Cond ┐ an ingin, Ériu iii 154.7 . Cf. Aen. 733. tarraid Ailill Fergus ic techt i n-oentaid Medba, TBC 2868. oentudaid [leg. oentaid] [fi] fet-sa frit, IT iii 320.7 ( Cóir An. 70 ).

oentugad

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u,m. vn. of oentaigid.

(a) uniting (with), joining, adhering to, with FRI: ar n-oentugud fri Crist siding with, PH 2927 . o'dchí th'acmhaing d'aontaghadh `your effort at atone- ment', Dán Dé vi 21. Of sexual union: i ndiaidh aontuighthe ré claimh, Keat. ii 2404.

(b) conceding, granting : béraidh buaidh i ngach tachar, | na sluaigh féin da áontachad `the hosts themselves agreeing to it' (? accepting him [as king]), BNnÉ 259.4 . Ua N. do aontughadh siothchána dhó ar na comhthaibh sin, FM iii 642.6 , cf. vi 2078.1 .

(c) consenting, agreeing : thug sí air áontughadh caused him to yield, Prov. vii 21. do dhruim aontuighthe don olc, TSh. 7031 .

oentuma

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x see oentama.

oes

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x see aís.

oesmaire

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n [,f.] old age : dia óci nā dia oesmaire, LB 156b22 .

oeth, óeth

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n o,m. an oath : oeth .i. luige no eithech, Corm. Y 1003. oeth oenuir . . . .i. . . . luighe n-aonfir, O'Dav. 36. áoth minn, Met. Gl. Ff. 4. aeth uadh i nDe, Laws iii 62.9 Comm. iar luighe fo aoth, 394.12 (text). in t-aeth ud adbert S. is eitheach hé, IT iii 201.8 = luighi, ib. 5 . a slánoith dó their solemn oath to him, ZCP xiii 12.2 . fri oethu, SC 25 ( LU 3478 ). bat comaltach ferbbai fri n-oithib fulfil the word given on oath, Ériu viii 173.13 . co fiadnaise indric ┐ co n- aethaib, Laws iv 106.13 Comm.

oetiu

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x see oítiu.

offaing

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x see affaing.

offertóir

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n i,m. (med. Lat. offertorium) some kind of ecclesiastical implement; a plate for receiving offerings? offertóir findruine, BNnÉ 15 § 23. offertoir airgit ┐ cailech altora di ór, 16 § 24.

offráil

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n f. (Romance; for formation cf. marsáil, pudráil) an offering, oblation : tainicc in tres rí le hoffrail dochum ar Tigerna, Maund. 136. ben is mó tuc d'offráil ┐ d'almsanaibh, ALC ii 262.21 . tucc ferann i n-offrail do Dhía ┐ do Ciarán, BNnÉ 119 § 42. offrála móra do dhénamh, 257 § 216. offrála nó tiodhlaicthe na marbh (= oblationes defunctorum), TSh. 4665 . ofráil loisge a burnt-offering, Isa. xl 16. See othráil.

offráilid

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Forms: offrálaid, offrálfuidhear, ofrálughadh

n i, and offrálaid ā. (offráil) offers (oblations) : imp. ofráil th'urnuighthe do Dhia, Content. xvi 198. an tṡaicrifis do ofrail [Íosa] don Athair, Parrth. Anma 310.10 . an tan offráiltear iodhbairt, TSh. 4509. gur offráladar barr a lóirghníomha, MacAingil 366.14 . fut. pass. offrálfuidhear, Eochairsg. 24.6 . níor hofráladh iodhbairt, ib. 13 . Vn. ofrálughadh, Eochairsg. 24.10 , 14 .