oigde

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x see aicde and oige.

oige

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Forms: oigi, oigdhe, oige

n f. (< Mid.Ir. aicde?) a web of cloth; something woven : oigi, IGT Dec. § 3.9 . pl. oigdhe `webs (of cloth)', BNnÉ 154.1 = ugha na [no v.l.] ceirtlíne snaith, 166 § 43. Fig. a poetic com- position: imda fili ga ḟoil oigi | ga figi a toigh oide d'Aodh, IGT Dec. ex. 164. oige `a web fit for the loom', O'R. uige `web or tissue . . . a composition, a poem', Dinneen.

oig(h)e

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Forms: oighe, oighe-chomalta

n m. and f. a file or rasp : oighe m., IGT Dec. § 2.22 . ag snoighi mo bhall mar doní an t-oighe an t-iarann, ib. ex. 64 . oighe-chomalta, 1 Sam. xiii 21.

óige, óig(h)e

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x see óice and óge.

oígedán

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n o,m. (dim. of oígi) a little guest: mochen aígedán, SG 327.4 .

oigedas, (? óigedas)

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n m. see oigentus.

oígedchair

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adj o,ā. (oígi+-car `loving') hospitable : ba dercach aigedchair , LB 4a42 = PH 282 where Atkinson expands: aigedchach. clérech aeghedhcair, FM ii 1088.3 . cléireach . . . aeidheachair do laochaibh ┐ do chléirchibh, 1114.5 .

As npr. m.: Oegedchar episcopus Noindromma, AU 734.

oígedchaire

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n f. the practice or virtue of hospitality : ro fetamar mar atá th'oegedchaire, TBC 1837. ara [sic leg.] enech ┐ ara oigedchaire, Fél. 146.37 . carais Ailbhe aoidhechaire, ZCP i 64 § 61. slán in aidechaire coitcenn . . . ┐ in biathad ar Dia, H. 3.17 p. 679a ( O'Don. 966 ). g s. atconcatar cucu dáim n-uathaid n-oigedchairi n-oénmná a party (consisting in) one solitary woman seeking hospitality, BDD § 62 App. (Eg.). buaid n-enig et n-oededchairi, Fen. 166. ceann einigh ┐ aidheadhcaire ceall, FM v 1758.11 . See follg.

óigentus, (óicentus)

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n m. adult age, manhood : is minca tic si isna lenbuidh [leg. -uibh] beca ┐ isna macamuibh nā san oigentus ┐ isan arrsaidecht, Rosa Ang. 304.4 (san ais oigedais v.l.). Cf. óigeanta `youthful', Dinneen.

oígi

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Forms: ogi, óegi, óegid, oigetha, oígthiu, hoegidu, hegeda, aígedu, oiged, oeged, oíge, aíge, aoighe, aoidhe, oídhe, aídhe

n d,m. n s. -ogi , Sg. 66a15 . int óegi , Hy. v 28 Comm. ( Thes. ii 334.18 ). n p. óegid, Wb. 21b14 . a p. oigetha, 28d28 . oígthiu, Hy. v 9. hoegidu, v 14 Comm. F = hegeda T ( Thes. ii 329 ). aígedu, LU 2178 ( FA 25 ). g s. oiged, Wb. 4a7 . LU 928 = oeged, ACC § 79 ( RC xx 264 ).

In Mid.Ir. variously written oíge, aíge, later aoighe, aoidhe, oídhe (Bedell), aidig Celtica ii 72.85 . etc. aídhe (declined like `file'), IGT Dec. § 21.

A stranger, esp. one receiving hospitality, a guest, visitor. ban-ogi, gl. hospes, Sg. 66.15 . ma arroéit oigetha, gl. si hospitio recepit, Wb. 28d28 . tainic aíghe uasal do tigh Dubthaig (= hospes), Lat. Lives 68 z . turus acam dia haíne | gé dech, isam fír-aíghe, Acall. 772. meni thucad fir-aigid leiss, TBC 961 . ni ḟuarusa fiad n-oíged the honour due to a guest, 926 = fiadh n-aidi, St. airitiu oighedh, O'Dav. 68 ; cf. airitiu aidhe, Laws v 120.23 Comm. sgel . . . do chuingidh ar gach n-aighidh, RC vi 174.22 . ard-port Maodhócc . . . cenn uidhe da gach aoidhidh, BNnÉ 259 § 219. proinn aige da gach aoidhigh, ZCP viii 109 § 4. pl. oegid imda im cach tenid (description of a chief's house), ZCP viii 262 § 7. sech aígedu ┐ aidlicnechu in Comded, FA 25. iss iad so na haidigh | is dír isin ecclais, | lucht lubra ocus leiginn, BNnÉ 308.12 . fuirired n-aiged De (i.e. feeding needy strangers), Laws iii 18.18 . airc[h]innech lis oeiged Christ (of the archbishop of Armagh), Arch. iii 308.1 . faeilidh mo craidhe . . . frisna haoighedaib domriacht, Lism.L. 3830 . ar mhéid a oinigh d'aoidheadhaibh, Keat. iii 1700. dá chéad bliadhan d'fhine Ír ós chionn Bhanbha . . . gan acht neart aoidheadh orra `oppressed only by guests', Content. xxx 26 .

Tech n-oíged a house for guests, lodging, hostel : a teg n-oiged sin in spirito that guest-house of the Spirit, Wb. 4a7 . im tech n-aidhedh, Laws v 54.8 . do iaraidh tighi aighedh, Arch. iii 5.35 . tech n-áoidhedh is tiodhnacal dobheiredh da gach nduine, ZCP i 62 § 29. fear tighe áoidheadh do chonnmháil, Titus i 8 .

In stricter sense of a stranger, new-comer : inmain aidhe ilbuadhach, ZCP x 340.18 (prophecy of the birth of Colum Cille), cf. Conchobur inmain aege | d'eis flatha Formaele, ix 466 § 24 (list of kings). oídhe nó coimhidheach, Levit. xxv 47. is oidhe mé ann a radharc I am an alien in their sight, Job xix 15 . Of foreign invaders: ropsat aígid agmara | gabsat ar slúag féigṡeng Fáil | rige hErend a hEspáin (of the Goidels), LL 142b14 = aegid, Rawl. 76b41 . tancatar sund | oígid do chéin | co féin ramóir, Met. Dinds. iii 184.2 . Of the dead: an t-aoighe láimhe a-tá thall Éigse xxxvii 98 § 7 . giodh í m’anam an t-aoighe ibid . aoighe caomh i gcriaidh Doire 'a fair guest in the soil of Doire' ITS li 28 § 22 .

oigid

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Forms: oighidh, oighedha

n f. oighidh (g s. oighedha), IGT Dec. § 149. See aided ( Contrib. 35 ).