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 .

1 og

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Forms: ugh, uigh, uighe, uighi, uigheadh, ogh, uigh, ogh, ugh, ubh, og, uighe, d'ugaib

n s,n., later m. and f. (a British loan-word? cf. W. wy, Ped. i 66 ), also ug(h). ogh m. (d s. ugh, uigh, g s. uighe, n p. uighi, g p. uigheadh, ogh), IGT Dec. § 30 (d s. uigh and g p. ogh are said to be the correct forms). ugh f. § 39.10 . Mod. ubh m. and f.

(a) an egg : og, gl. ovum, Sg. 8b10 . ogh quasi ob i.e. ouum , Corm. Y 1007. oua .i. na huighi, RC ix 238.15 . amal bis a bloesc imm og, SR 165. og chirci a hen-egg , Ériu v 28.10 (n s.). ogh thirimm, Rule of Céli Dé § 4 (n s.). no ṡárgind én . . . im og, IT i 158.12 ( LL 154b8 ). a hseabuicc . . . ón ló ro ghenis a huigh, Anecd. i 25 z . éan a huigh, Measgra D. (13th cent. poem). dorignedh ug circe don uigh géid, MR 28.19 . áobh uighe an luin, IGT Dec. ex. 982. ba cloch i n-inadh uighi sin (i.e. a bad exchange), Fen. 138.6 , cf. Cog. 100.24 (ugi). a ngealán na huighe, Job vi 6. pl. ugai luin, IT i 132 y ( LU 10853 ). oga ┐ blonoca, Rule of Céli Dé § 6. uighe, Deut. xxii 6 . tricha og rerchirce, Aisl. MC 3.16 . co hugib cerc, 127.21 . d'ugaib, Cog. 48.19 . do uidib dreollain, Laws v 276.8 .

Used as a measure of capacity: tomus o grainib ┐ uighib, Laws iii 334.19 . dā lān dēc uighi circi, ib. 24 Comm.

(b) a testicle na huige, gl. genitalia, Gild. Lor. 209 (by Stokes emended: huirge). Lugna Fer tri n-ogh .i. tri huighi badar aigi, Cóir Anm. 237 (= tri n-odh, BB 233b43 ) = Lugaid Fer tri n-og .i. tri huigi badur aice .i. a da uig fein ┐ ug Oscuir, Lec. 175 v a , Éigse iii 224 . go tugad easbaid uighi da oghaib aran Laigneach 'the Laignech … lost one of his testicles' Cóir A.2 i 181 § 28 .

In Auraic., 5033 : oig ┐ glun = cich ┐ glun, 1852 , Calder sees a n du. from og (= mammae); but possibly a mistake for cig = cích.

2 og

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n [m.] some part of a sharp weapon, the point (? edge): odh .i. rinn, O'Cl. gai . . . foriarnd fair . . . cethri traigid eter a dána [o]g imfáebair, BDD 87 ( LU 7205 ; dana ogh, da n-aug, da n-ug, di n-uag v.l.); `between the two points of its edge', Stokes; between its two sharp prongs (of the `foriarnd' or crossbar at end of shaft)? claideb . . . cona dā traigid n-imchumside eter dā n-og n-imḟaebair, LL 189b9 . nícon áithiu uig a gaí `the points of his spear', Fianaig. 24.10 . rasgeib in fer a rrind ar uigib ┐ ḟaebraib `would catch their points, both backs and edges' (of swords), MU 28.18 = LL 266a15 . ro snigset monga ┐ fuilt na trenfer . . . d'uigib na claidem, CCath. 5898. fo ogib na claideb, 2835 . d'uighibh claidemh, ZCP xiv 236.14 . ? ar iarnaim [leg. -aib] ar ḟaebraib, | ar ogaib do tsiabhraib, ZCP x 346 § 9 .