oirclech?

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tene dia nó o.¤ , gl. flemen, Sg. 96b1 ; ` oracular (?)', Thes., an adjectival formation from Lat. oraculum, flemen being taken as = flamen?

oircne

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n io,m. singulative of oirce. A pet dog, a lapdog : oircne measan con, Met. Gl. Ff. 60. esrecht .i. in t-oircne (.i. gairit), O'Dav. 788. oircne na rigna, Laws i 144.10 Comm. (gl. oirce, 126.9 ). cia laisin coir oircne? Nin̄. oc briugaid ┐ liaigh ┐ cruitire ┐ rigan, Eg. 88 f. 2c ( O'C. 2143 ). cloicend in oircne, Corm. p. 30 s.v. mogheime.

1 oircnech

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adj o,ā. (orca) having big or brawny calves (legs): laech orcnech garb, LU 4361. laech oircnech remarsliastach, TBC2 3257 .

2 oircnech

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x (< orcun, orgun) see oirgnech.

oircnid

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n o,m. see oirgnid.

oircnín

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Forms: oircnin

n (m. dim. of *oircne < 1 orc) a pigling : oircnin, gl. porcellus, Ir. Gl. 493.

1 oirdne

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n [f]. dignity, honour : mor h'oirdni ┐ do chadhus uaim, Tromdámh G. 20. See oirdned.

2 oirdne

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n singulative of 1 ordu? g s. lethet oirdne [oirne, ordne v.l.] do ṡaithib, Ériu iii 102 § 30 (Rule of Ailbe), i.e. a piece of honey-comb the breadth of a thumb? = ex alveario mellis ad latitudinem pollicis, Colgan ASS Feb. 13.

oirdnech

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n m. (2 ordu) a piece, fragment : glas-ordnech `a green splinter', Met. Dinds. iii 124.56 . a p. co ndernus a n-ordnecha | eter mo dá dornd crushed them to pieces, LU 9396 = a n-oirnecha, Anecd. iii 55.1 . In coll. sense: iasc gerrtha 'na oirnech fish cut in pieces, BCC § 115. g s. ar cuma an oirnigh, ib.

oirdned

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Forms: oirneadh, óirdneadh

m. vn. of oirdnid, mod. oirneadh, óirdneadh.

(a) ordaining, appointing (to an office, etc.): dund oirdned for the ordination (of a High Priest), Ml. 73a18 . ordned Iacoib, Gorm. Dec. 27 ( = ordinatio Iacobi, Mart. Tall. 1 w ). ordned Petair . . . i rRoimh `enthronement', ib. Jan. 18 ( = cathetra Petri i R., Mart. Tall.). ní thechtann [diabul] . . . nach comus do oirdned na ṅdoine has no power to appoint men (kings), PH 4878 . togairm na mac . . . dia n-oirdned i n-airdrige, ZCP xi 57 § 8. nír bhó dímhiadh do Thír Conaill a oirdneadh fuirre, FM vi 1892.1 . a oirneadh 'na easpog to consecrate, Keat. iii 58.

(b) ordering, arranging ? gach fear . . . a n-áirneadh gacha buidhne (of leaders of troops), Todd Lect. iv 76.17 .

(c) array- ing, adorning (mod.): é féin d'oirneadh d'éadaighibh sróill, TSh. 560.

oirdnid

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Forms: ordnaid, oirndhid

v i. and ordnaid ā. (Lat. ordinare but see Peritia viii 109 n. 11 ): both forms appear in Glosses, the latter (perh. the older) only in 3 s. pret. ru-dan- ordan, Wb. 33c5 ; ro hortan, Ml. 107b2 . In late Mid.Ir. and Mod.Ir. the stem oirn- is frequent.

(a) in general sense appoints, ordains : ni oirdnimm, gl. abrogo, Sg. 22b2 . ro oirdned, gl. [in imperium] subrogatus est, Ml. 14a3 . doini nodn-oirdnet men ordain him, Wb. 33c1 . Generally of appointing some one to an office or dignity; freq. of ecclesiastics, though prob. not in the technical sense of conferring orders. As depon.: is tuath oirdnither rii, ni ríg oirdnither tuaith `it is the people that ordain the king', Laws iv 332.7 Comm. is e [in flaith] uirdnes na hollamna filed, v 12.23 Comm. ní rí Caisil curo n-orddnea comarba Patraic no one is king of C. until P.'s successor installs him, Trip. 196.14 . cipe imresnaiges dona rígu . . . imresnaigid do Día ros-ordne iat, PH 4075 (pret.). ro ordnestar Dia co mba rí ┐ co mba fāith, BColm. 2.6 . ra ḟordnestar [Priaim] Alaxandir forru i n-ardtaísigecht, LL 230b14 ( TTr. 983 ). ro hoirdned i righi leo he, Marco P. § 29. ro ordned Césair a ndictatóirecht la Romanchu, CCath. 150. do hoirneadh 'n-a Rígh Féinnidh é, Keat. ii 5153. ra horned T. in n-inad Ampiarauis, TTebe 3011 . Of clerics: ro ordne [Pátraic] Ailbi uasalsacart, Lat. Lives 23.13 . ro oirdnestar escopu ┐ sacairt, PH 2524. conid e epscop insin cita-ruoirtned la Laigniu, Thes. ii 241.16 . ( Ardm. 18a1 ). gur hoirneadh é 'na easpag, Arch. Hib. i 91 § xiv.

(b) arranges, orders, fixes : Ere oll oirdnit Gaoidil `which the Gaedhil order' (?), Leb. Gab. i 92.18 (= ordnit LL 6b32 , oirndhid BB 28a46 ), glossed: ina n-oirdnighther Gaoidhil. Ailfrid righ ro ordneadh reacht ┐ féneachus na Saxon, FM i 560.17 .

(c) dignifies, exalts, honours : ni a doenacht fesine rudan- ordan (gl. Christus non semet ipsum clarificavit), Wb. 33c5 . ro hicad Cathal . . . occus ro hordned Mac Conglinne, Aisl. MC 129.16 , cf. 111.13 - 16 .

(d) in Mod.Ir. oirnid = adorns: oirn é `deck, adorn him', Eg. Gl. 506. neithe oirneas an arsaidheacht, TSh. 8537.