oidecht

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Forms: oideachd, -a, oideacht

n ā,f. (oide < aite) teaching, training : seal do ló re hoideacht scol, BNnÉ 282 y (hoideas v.l.). da trian duthchusa re dalta a hernail na haidechta two-thirds of a foster-child's disposition come from his training, MR 294.19 . oideachd (f., g s. -a) IGT Dec. § 26.11 . oideacht (m.) § 24 .

oided

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n fate see aided.

oidedaid

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v = *oidigid trains, instructs ; in sense appoints : an uile easbog . . . oideadhthar é annsna neithibh ina mbionn roinn againn re Dia (= constituitur in iis quae sunt ad Deum, Hebr. v 1 ), Eochairsg. 25.32 .

oides

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Forms: oides

n o,m. (oide < aite) oides, IGT Dec. § 38.14 . Teaching, instruction : gach o.¤ uaib fuaramar, ZCP ii 352.33 (17th cent.). tegasg ┐ o.¤ ar slanaighthe, Parrth. Anma 453.19 . mé d'umh- lughadh dot oidios, Content. ix 5. ag admháil th'oidis admit- ting your authority, vi 274 .

oidid

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Forms: oid, ois, huad, huaid, odhar, odatar, ón, óin

v (? odaid; the orig. stem seems to be od-, Ped. ii 587 ) imp. 2 s. or pl. oid (? leg. oíd, Ériu xxvii 33 ), Ml. 24c13 . s-subj. 2 s. pres. ois. pret. 2 s. ro huad , Laws v 368.18 . 3 s. ro huaid , ib. pass. pres. s. odhar, O'Dav. 1303. pl. rel. odatar, Laws v 370.1 . Vn. ón, óin.

Offers, grants, lends : óid menmain give heed! (gl. intuere), Ml. 101b5 ; (gl. ecce), 24c13 ; later a petrified phrase which could be followed by another acc.: oid menmain féil Teclae `give heed to T.'s feast', Fél. June 1 (menman v.l.). ní ois do beólu do chách, Tec. Corm. § 19.21 , cf. faisneis fir dosli buan buidhe aidhes a bél do cách, Eg. 88 f. 50c ( O'C. 2594 ). is ōn . . . inn [d]omon do duiniu; ar is De in domon, ar ro huaid Diae dait- siu, ro huad-so dam-sai `God gave (?) it to thee, thou gavest it to me', Laws v 368.18 .

Of lending property, in Laws distinguished from airlicid `lends on pledge': caín-óis. caín-éra. caín-airlice be courteous in lending or refusing, SC 26 ( LU 3489 ). mad ois do tharb do oen na comaightech, O'Dav. 1310. ni hois mena urnais do not lend without security, H. 3.18 p. 24b ( O'C. 68 ). crenar, odhar, airlicar, O'Dav. 1303. atait secht nonai odatar la feine, Laws v 370.1 = oidither, 278.1 .

Of prostitution: echlach oides a corp do cach, Laws v 272.4 = aidhes, 274.6 . cid meirdrech aees, cid meirdrech nad aeann, iv 64.15 . ben . . . ro aidhestar a corp ar choibche, H. 3.18 p. 423a ( O'C. 981 ). Cf. ní tré gradh do aoidhetar in uasal-lánomain .i. Maccon ┐ in ciall-áirdrígh `struck their [pre- tended] friendship', Caithr. Toirdh. 83.36 . See óin and oissi.

oídid

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Forms: oíd

v i. (denom. from oíd) heeds, perceives : tabair sin dot oíd ocus oíd a cheill mark its meaning, KMMisc. 266.6 = det óid . . . óig, LL 148b10 . nir bo chian iarsin co n-aid dā colaim for foluamain, Aen. 1278. Cf. oighim `I behold, look upon', O'R. See follg.

? oidsen

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ind `bil' mong, `brac' lam, `oidsen' sin sloindem, Met. Gl. 34 § 24 ; prob. the source of O'R.'s oidsen `a sirname'. Perh. a petrified formula = oíd sin (imp. of oídid) `mark that', `attention!'

oiffing

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x see affaing.

oific

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n f. (Lat. officium)

(a) an office, calling, employment : oifig easbuig, 2 Tim. iii 1. duine agá bhfuil oiffic phuiblidhe, MacAingil 151.2 . gaibhneacht dob oiffic dhó, 112.16 . aes gach oifice, Marco P. 172. a fiadnaisi in espuic ┐ luchta na hoifici, Maund. 16. Tenure of office : Annas ┐ Coefas . . . bliadain no bitis ina n-oific, LB 228 marg. inf. an ccein baoí D. i n-oificc, FM v 1686.14 .

(b) exercise of calling, function : co ndaingnightar iad isin creidemh tré n-ar n-oific-ne through our ministry, ITS xvi 46. 22 . gurub iad sin [sc. na háo] cet-oiprigid na cet-oifigi of the primary function (i.e. of nutrition), Rosa Ang. 130.5 .

(c) religious service, ritual : oific na heccailsi, BNnÉ 8 § 25. ar ccriochnuccadh oiffici an tsathairn doibh, 70 § 118 .

oificech

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(oific)

I Adj. o,ā. official, functional : andsna ballaib oifigeacha mar atáit lámha ┐ cosa ┐ cend `membra officialia' (i.e. executive members), O'Gr. Cat. 233.26. epilepsia . . . galar oifigeach na hincinne (= officialis), 23 K 42, 289.15 .

II Subst. o,m. a person discharging duties of a post, an official, officer ; in later Ir. Annals of officials appointed by the English Crown. muilionn . . . gan lamhchongnamh acht a oifficech dia dirgadh `a driver directing it', Fl. Earls 72.16 . na ríghthi ┐ na hoifigidh `ministers', Ériu v 132.60 . go mbeithí bhur n-oifigeachuibh a ttigh an Tighearna, Jerem. xxix 26. aitherrach oifficeach `a different officer', FM vi 2144.1 . In coll. sense: tri fichit marcach d'oifficeach in Papa, Fl. Earls 254.19 .

oificel, oifistel

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Forms: oiffisel, oiffiscel, afisdel

n o,m. (<Lat. officialis or from AN, Risk 588 ) an official ; in Annals, the agent or representative of a sept, monastery or bishopric, Vicar General in temporals: Fachtna comharba Droma Mucadha ┐ oificel Ua fFiacrach, FM iii 260.10 = oiffisdel, ALC i 310.18 (a. 1232). oiffidsel ┐ breithimh coitchenn na hairdespucoide, AU ii 444.12 (a. 1328) = oificel, ALC i 608.23 . oiffitsel Locha hEirne, AU iii 28.16 (a. 1394). oiffisel, 434.21 . oiffiscel, 482 y . afisdel, 630.13 . mac an oifisteil móir, FM v 1492 z.