oíb

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Forms: oíph, oíb, aíb, oeb, aeb, lan-aeba, aóbh, aoibh, aobha, aebh, aeibhe, áobh, aeib, aoibh, aebglan, oebnār

n f. and m. O.Ir. oíph, Wb. 7c1 . Mid.Ir. oíb, aíb, oeb, aeb. g s. (? a p.) lan-aeba, SR 46. aóbh (on dath) m., g s. aoibh, aobha, IGT Dec. § 38.3 . aebh f., g s. aeibhe, § 39.3 . áobh, ib. 9 . ? aeib f., § 14.11 .

(a) the orig. sense seems semblance, appearance, aspect, nature or condition (of things or abstracts). alind á oíph in forcitil nemnech immurgu a inne the form (manner) of the teaching is attractive, but its substance is poisonous, Wb. 7c1 . lestar lán, cen áeb n-engaig, | in Spírta saér, SR 7111 (= leg. aíb . . . saír). én uais co n-aib ḟorórda, 4280 . on berla Ebraide namá ro labairset . . . do-thaitne aeb a mberla dílis do chach (i.e. to each the language spoken appeared to be his own), PH 5487 . dorala saine aibe for erlabra lochta na Galilee fri haitrebtachaib Ierusalem (i.e. the Galileans had a different way of speaking from the inhabitants of Jerusalem), 3191 . ro ḟigius . . . craeb choibniusa . . . cen aíb ndoilgiusa, LL 143a 36 . Aengus cen oib n-indligid `semblance of illegality', Fél. p. xxv 9 ( LB 106b46 ). Cf. aib .i. cosmailis, Lec. Gl. 420. aibh no aoibh .i. cosmhaileas, O'Cl. áobh (innad [inand v.l.]), IGT Dec. § 39.9 .

(b) beauty or attractiveness (of appearance, nature or dis- position) ; cf. áobh (ōn dath), IGT § 38.3 . aéb na gréni a gel- lám, LL 140a11 . aéb chuirp don ḟīrgil, ib. 40 . co rus-carsat inghina righ . . . ar a oirscelaibh oeibhe ┐ engnúmha, ZCP xiii 166.6 . in ben co n-aíb rathmair ríg `the king's wife gracious and lovely', Met. Dinds. i 8.26 . ingen briugad . . . co ndeilb luchar co lán-aíb, iii 174.102 . ro bo geis don rígh go n-aeibh `the beautiful King', Ériu iv 176.8 . aiged in airdrig . . . cona haíb ┐ cona háilli, MR 114.18 . pl. taithnid aoba for a dre[i]ch beauties, charms (of the isle of Rachru), ZCP x 53.25 (perh. an abstr., cf. oíbe).

In Mart. Gorm. freq. used in speaking of saints, perhaps in moral sense of grace : Colman co n-aib ḟīr-ōig, Mart. Gorm. Dec. 15. Gun- denes co ndegh-aeib, July 18 . Anmere na hóeibi, Nov. 2. Cf. a Iosu . . . tindlaicc damh aeib is eolus, BB 399a31 .

The expression: co n-oíb is freq. in poetry, used adverbially or as cheville: finnaid, a druide, co n-áeb, TBC 728 = aoib, St. dorochair Ellim co n-aíb, LL 128a21 . docer la Eochaid co n-aíb, 128b51 ( MacCarthy 170 § 2 , 188 § 6 ).

Folld. by gen.: meicc Eladan aeb idna, ZCP xiv 175.3 = aob iodhna `beauty of weapons', Leb. Gab. i 158. cath F. for laechraid Laigen . . . áeb na Herenn `delight of Ireland', Arch. Hib. ii 60 § 26 ( LL 183a2 ). aoibh eoil ar ghréin 's ar ghealaigh (of a cleric and scholar), Arch. Hib. i 93.3 .

Of condition, vigour; prosperity, felicity, affluence : fa mór m'allud ocus m'aéib, Anecd. i 36.5 (of the Hawk of Achill). nír dúr a allud 's a aeb, LL 33a36 . don druing fa mór aoibh is á[i]gh, Ériu i 100.14 . Gúaire na háebe, LL 297b29 . fer d'a tuc Dia aibh ┐ grasa co mór `felicity', AU iii 148.12 . cenn aibhe ┐ aitis fear nEreann `cheerfulness', FM iv 1146.17 . níor shiubhail iath . . . nach bíodh fa lán aoibhe an ḟir (i.e. every land he travelled in tasted of his affability), Arch. Hib. i 91 § 13 . an tí dobheir 's dogheibh grádh | do fhan sé go bráth fá aoibh is always in bliss, Dánta Grádha xi 12 . da mbeith ar an ealadhuin aoibh nō onoir ag Gaoidhealuibh if learning were held in favour or honour by Gaels, YBL 170a45 (scribe's colophon).

(c) in Mart. Gorm. freq. used as an adj. in composition with another preceding adj. Failbe finn-óeb (.i. aebh alainn), Mart. Gorm. Apr. 29 . pápa Félic fír-áeb, July 29 . Euseb oll-oeb, Aug. 25. Beatrix og ol[l]-aib, July 29 . Cf. fri sratha slan-aeb, SR 54 (= g p.?). In mod. lang. aoibh is used as an adj.: múscail méinn aontadhach aoibh `a kindly spirit of unity', O'Bruad. ii 10.13 . aoibh `pleasant, civil, courteous', O'R.

Compds.

(a) with follg. adj.: Fergus oeb-ghel, Gorm. May 29 . an taobh aoibhgheal mar uan tonn, A. Ó Dálaigh xxiv 6. aebglan, Gorm. Apr. 8. oebnār, ib. Sep. 20. sluadh nime naomaingligh aob aiblidh (= oíb-oíbligh), ZCP viii 211.16 .

(b) with noun: Agapitus aebdrech of gracious countenance, Gorm. Aug. 6. ra ḟacsin a áebdreche, RC xxix 211 § 1. hi niurt athar ┐ aobmaic ┐ aobspirda, ZCP vi 258.14 . for oebnemh, Gorm. Sep. 23.

oíba

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n (< oí-bath `sheep-death') mortality or disease among sheep oi . . . ainm ina caeirech, iss de isper oiba ut dicitur coinba, duineba, amol iss ainm do bās ba, ZCP iii 245 y .

oíbda

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Forms: aedbdha

adj io,iā. (oíb) beautiful, gracious, fine, of per- sons and things. Oengus hua Aiblen áebda, LU 3080 = aedbdha, Fél. 52.35 . oirdned Petair . . . ind ḟir oebda, Gorm. Feb. 19. meic aibda alli uasli, Cog. 160.17 . Deirdre aobhdha, Keat. Poems 63. úas aigthib áebda áenḟir `comely face', Met. Dinds. iv 2.28 . ainech aibhda ro mmac nDe `fair honour to the Son of God', Ériu viii 67.15 . dá n-all n-áebda imnaissi, FB 45. rap aebda orddnidi a árus, LL 227a6 ( TTr. 722 ). tobur aebda, Cog. 54.3 . compar. th'aurlabra fíal, óebdu de, | ic sídugad sochaide `thy noble eloquence, lovelier thereby', Met. Dinds. iii 182.191 = LL 197a21 , cf. 210b23 .

oíbdacht

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Forms: áebhdhacht

n ā,f. áebhdhacht, IGT Dec. § 26.5 . Beauty; gracious- ness, courtesy . maic Ibaid co n-óebdacht `of I. the comely', Met. Dinds. iii 216.11 . cend gaili ┐ gascid . . . ┐ aebdachta fear talman, Cog. 166.9 . a aebhdhacht re hainnrib `his cour- teousness to women', MR 116.14 . ní raibh neach nó dearsccaig- feadh de ar aobhdhacht ` comeliness ', FM vi 1906.5 .

oíbe

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n [.f.] (oíb) beauty, attractiveness, graciousness : ben dó co n-aíbe ḟinde | Aíde ingen Ochinde, Met. Dinds. iii 94.9 (n-aíbi v.l.). cend . . . aibi ┐ ánlechta na hAsia, LL 244b21 ( TTr. 2070 ) (= oíb?). co ndathaib aíbi, 141b20 (= oób?). do bhí im ruire-se . . . oirbheart is aoibhe, Keat. Poems 763.

1 oíbell

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Forms: aoibheall, aoibheall, aoibhill

n o,m. aoibheall (an eallaigh) m., IGT Dec. § 11.18 . Heat, high temperature , esp. of cattle or animals in the breed- ing-season. airlim n-aibil (.i. in tan bis aibell orra re teas ngréine), Laws iv 92 y , 94.4 (of cattle). erlim ria toraind no aibeall `leaping on account of thunder or sultriness', 104.8 Comm. gelistar .i. ainm d'áth uisce a mbít cethra for oíbell, Corm. p. 22 = for uíbhel, Corm. Y 674. amal elta bo ar aibell, Cog. 192.2 . cobair mbech ┐ bu i n-oibiull (tasks permitted on Sunday), LB 204b48 , cf. dol a ndiaid . . . bóu a n-aibiull, Anecd. iii 22.9 (aoibeall v.l.). erball bo aibhill, Tromd. Guaire 745 . cuaine na ccon . . . ag dol fa aoibheall, IGT Dec. ex. 459. Cf. mod. phrase: i mí aoibhill (folld. by gen.) `in the month of heat' = in the heyday, flush: [i] mí áoibhill a ḟeirge, IGT Dec. ex. 489 . i mí a. a ratha saoghalta, TSh. 542. i mí a. na n- ainmhian, 8671 . The mod. adj. aoibheall or aoibhill ` bright, merry ' (of fine weather, etc.) is prob. orig. gen. of this word.

Cf. 2 óibell with which this word may have orig. been identical.

2 oíbell

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Forms: aíbell, oebell, aebel(l), aíbheal, aíbheall, aíbhli, aoibheal, aipel

n f. also aíbell, oebell, aebel(l). aíbheal aíbheall (na teineadh), IGT Dec. § 54.12 (f. g s. aíbhli). Mod. aoibheal m.

A spark or flame of fire : n s. ind aipel , Laws iii 66.17 Comm. in ibell, gl. flammula, RC ix 241. indar lat ba oebell tened boi for cach oenḟinda, TBC2 393 (= hoíbell, LU 4880 ). na haible tened, 1950 . aíble tened (= scintillas), Lat. Lives 84.12 , cf. 45.15 . aeibli lasamhna, Arch. iii 245 y . di aibill tic breo, Trip. 186.14 = is do aíbill ḟásas breo, 468.6 ( LB 28a19 ). na riglasra lassait amal oín-aíbill, LL 116a39 . do dheachaidh aoibhel teinedh isin bpúdar, FM vi 2012.6 . aoibhle teneadh, iv 904.6 . An ember, smouldering coal: co ndeilbh nduine ndubh . . . amhail aibheal arna bhathadh, BNnÉ 91 § 196. co nár fáccbhadh . . . acht . . . aoibhle i n-ionadh a háitighte (of a ravaged territory), FM vi 2148.5 .

Transf. and fig.: aoible fola gouts of blood, ZCP x 289.23 . oible oitedh sparks of youth, Anecd. i 51 § 7. teora haible sercci . . . for a inchaib `dimples' (?), Aisl. MC 97.7 . fo aíblib imais, Corm. p. 32 s.v. nimb.

Freq. of persons: a Phátric . . . a áebel óir ordnide, Met. Dinds. iii 378.16 . Aimirgen . . . ar n-ór, ar n-án, ar n-óebel, Ériu iv 136.18 . ba oíbel āga, TFerbe 310 . an breo ┐ an aibill teora ┐ achtail (of St. Gregory), ZCP xii 368.2 . fear imtha ac aíbill tSoláin `the spark of S.' (of a chief), Ériu iv 220.10 . cúirt fhairsing aíbhle Cualann, v 60.130 . Cf. Aibelán ┐ Solusbreathach (names of St. Patrick's guardian angels), Acall. 294 , and Aíbell (name of the fairy of Cliú Maíl, see O'Gr. Cat. 496 n. 1 and TD 21.23 fg. ).

In the follg. exx. there is an allusion to the `seed of fire' or embers preserved from a turf fire overnight to rekindle the morning's fire: aoín-aoibhel beo na freimhe fíor-dúthchasa `the only living heir of the direct stock', FM vi 2264.4 . aoibheal beo a chineadh, v 1628.14 . ní fríoth leó a ngrís na nGáoideal | áoibheal beó arís achd ríoghan, IGT Dec. ex. 1401. ni bia ind aoibhell sin uait-siu accainne immedhon, BNnÉ 306.9 (a refusal, on the expulsion of St. Mochuda from Raithen, to allow one of his monks to remain behind).

oíbelteóir

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Forms: aiblecteoir

n f. prob. orig. two distinct words, oíbell teóir (cf. oís teoáir, Wb. 12a24 ) or o.¤ teóra (cf. ZCP xii 368.2 cited under 2 oíbell) `a spark (flame) of the theoric life', hence a contempla- tive, recluse : anmcarat .i. in aibellteoir no in deoraid De `hermit', Laws iii 14.27 . fer co rath De .i. aibillteoir no deoradh De, v 408.14 . aiblecteoir, i 56.26 Comm. g s. mile ceimenn maigin naím no espuic no aibillteora no deorai[d] De, iv 228.6 (text). a laim aibillteoir no deoraid De, v 126.4 Comm. in t-apstal . . . in t-anmchara, in oeibelteoir [inoeibel teoir MS.], Lism.L. 3942 , see note ib. p. 397 . aibellteoir .i. intí istai[di] foirithin amail aibell a fertaib one who like a flame radiates (?) help through miraculous graces (?), O'Dav. 86.

oíbelteóracht

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n ā,f. the practice of religious contemplation, the vocation of a recluse : in t-espuc do dul i n-aibilteoiracht no i ndeoruighecht Dé, Laws i 58 z Comm.

oibid

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x see obid.

oibil

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x see obel.