oilmedach

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adj o,ā. abounding in (fond of) mead? Fraech an aignid oilmeadaig `of the even-balanced nature', Met. Dinds. iii 360.62 . a cath Omna (? omna) oilmeadaig, 362.102 (from same poem in Lec.); leg. ac Áth Omna `at the fort of O., great at mead', see v 138 .

oilmir

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adj. slippery? epithet of a serpent: nathair o.¤ (oilmer Eg.) anindech ` slimy ', TTebe 1426 ( = lubricus, Theb. iv 95 ). Cf. ola.

oilt

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n f. horror, dread, repulsion . O'R. and Dinneen. ro linad . . . d'oillt ┐ d'faennell, MR 232.1 = d'oilt ┐ d'fainneall, LL 409a25 . Cf. MR 178.11 . ar nár laid lagadh . . . re hoilt nā re haithrechus dála ná drochgnímha dá ndernaid, 298.1 .

oime

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n (abstr. of om) rawness, crudity : oimhe na leannann ( = crudelitatem humorum), 23 K 42, 125.21 . re hoime len- nann, Rosa Ang. 42.16 .

? oimchinn

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ind (g s.?) i dtoirchim ní coimse, a Choimdhe, | soillse oimchinn choinnle ar gclann, Measgra Dánta 61.44 (poem by Gilla Brigde Mac Conmidhe, 13th cent.).

oimelc

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n ( = imbolc?) the beginning of Spring, Candlemass (or rather milking Stud. Celt. xiv-xv 109 , xxxix 134 ): o.¤ .i. oi-meilg .i. isi aimser andsin tic ass [sic leg.] cairach (i.e. the season for sheep's milk), Corm. Y 1000 (omelgg Laud 610 . ommelgg Uí Maine , Stud. Celt. xxxix 134 ) = Corm. p. 33 s.v. oí.

oimnech

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x see omnach

óin

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x see ón.

oín

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num one and derivv. see óen.

oín, (oíne)

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n fast = aín, aíne.

oingid

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Forms: ongaid, ongad, oingther, oingter, oingthea, ungaidh, -aighidh

v i. (< Lat. ungere) later Mid.Ir. and mod. ongaid ā. Vn. ongad. Anoints : pass. pres. s. oingther, Thes. i 484.27 ( Tur. 4 ). pl. amal n-oingter (gl. crismantur), 487.23 ( Tur. 49 ). pass. perf pl. ro oingthea , ib. 25 . pass. subj. impf. resiu ro oingthe, gl. priusquam ungeretur, Ml. 47b16 . ongfaid na heclasa, ZCP viii 211.5 (3 s. fut.). co tard-sa mo choibsena ┐ co rom-ongthar, iii 216.22 . níor ong tú mo cheann lé hola, Luke vii 46.

Late form ungaidh , -aighidh : ungaidh thú féin, Ruth iii 3 . See oingthe and ongad.