oirdnide

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Forms: oirdnidiu, oirdnithi

adj io,iā. (< oirdnithe, part. of oirdnid) d s m. oirdnidiu, Ml. 48b8 , g s m. oirdnithi, Wb. 1b14 .

(a) in strict sense ordained , appointed and so used in Glosses: oirdnide, gl. unctus [in regem], Ml. 40a1 ; gl. christum (of Hezekiah), 43c10 , cf. 48b8 . Hence used of Deity: oipred fir oirdnithi, Wb. 1b14 (`a supreme being, lit. one ordained', Thes.). persan oirdnithe, 29d28 . stúag dermar . . . os chind ind ordnide ina chathaír rígda, FA 8 = in ordnigi, LB. is ar fírinne in ríg Dauida ro chomarleicc in Coimdid lochairnd ríg ┐ ordnige airegda dia síl-som a lamp of kings and supreme ordained one (of Christ), PH 4250 (`the supreme ordination', tr.).

(b) hence in wider sense distinguished, eminent; cf. dorairn- gred . . . rombad ordnide a chland (= promissio facta est . . . ut heres mundi esset), Wb. 2c12 (perh. = chosen). atrubairt no beitís orddnidiu [oirdnide, Eg.] laech ┐ clériuch dííb that there would be distinguished men, lay and cleric, among them, Trip. 194.10 = ordnide (.i. uaisle no imad) laech ┐ cleirech, Arch. iii 26.11 , but oirdnide (leg. oirdnidi?) seems an adj., laech ┐ clériuch being gen.pl.; cf. Trip. 182.18 . a rí urdnide Ulad! TFerbe 144 . na hairdríg oirmitnecha oirdnige, Alex. 342 , a chlerig urddniti áin! LL 308a49 . eccnaidh uasal oirdnidhe, FM i 504.5 . Eithne oirdnidhe LL 386b7 . gein ordnige, LB 240a36 (gl. gein n-án, ACC 127 ). mac Zebedei . . . braithir uirdnidi Eoin, Ériu iii 196 § 16. superl. is é rí as ānem ┐ as ordnidem . . . thánic i ndomon, BDD 102. As pn sobriquet: Aed Orddniti, LL 140b26 . Aedh Oirndnide, MacCarthy 404.10 ( BB 49a42 ). Aodh Oirndighe, Keat. iii 2419. Of things magnificent, honourable, etc.: is urdnidi ┐ is rígda in tuarasc- bail, LL 267b1 = MU 36.17 . fond n-orddnide, LL 28b3 . dun mind ōir uirdnide, Fen. 154.23 . airecht uirdnidhe, is a suide bit fechemain ┐ aighnedha oc idhnaidhe brethi, ZCP xii 359.22 (techn. name for a certain court or assembly) but see Peritia v 94 . i cúimrigib ordnige in honourable captivity, Alex. 400 (possibly an abstr. noun, cf. PH 4250 quoted above).

oirdnidecht

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n [ā,f.] (abstr. of oirdnide) re hoirnidhecht a hoir- righ `the splendour of her chieftains', MR 102.15 .

oirdnige

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x see oirdnide.

oirdnigecht

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n [ā,f,] (< oirdnigid? but perh. same as oirdnidecht) the state of being ordained or appointed; ordination ; ni dlecht ordnigecht nō sacartacht nō epscopcoti [sic] . . . do thabairt do neoch comba trichtach he holy orders (?), LB 148a26 .

oirdnigid

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v g.

(a) ordains, appoints (to an office): Lecc C. fora n-ordigtea na rig ic Caissel were inaugurated, Lat. Lives 55.9 (pass. impf.). céd rí ro hoirdnigheadh úas Erinn, Leb. Gab. i 134 § 81 . no ordnigthe doridhisi isin ceim cétna, CCath. 75.

(b) appoints, orders, fixes : gusna maighnibh . . . ina n- ordnighthe doib a cur in which they were commanded to put it, Leb. Gab. i 116 § 74. ? suighi [saigid v.l.] eneclainne cach do breith erraid non-oirnidhther sochaide sluaig .i. . . . in erraid ro n-onoraighenn itir sochaidhi isin sluagh, O'Dav. 1304 , `for taking raiment that dignifies him', Stokes; that marks his rank (dep.) or that is appointed for him?

oirdnigthe

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adj io,iā. part. of oirdnigid: gidh nach raibh óirnighthe 'na thaoiseach `had not been inaugurated as chief', Maguires of F. § 60 .

oirdniugud

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u,m. (vn. of oirdnigid) appointing (to an office): g s. an ḟoirm óirnighthe árdfhlatha, Maguires of F. § 4.

oire

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n burden see aire.

oirecht

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x see airecht, -as.

oired

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n amount see airet.

oiremain

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Forms: oireamhna

i,f. (vn. of oirid) suiting, fitting, agreeing with: ag oireamhuin don fhocal bhíos roimhe bhíos an barr madh caol no leathan é [the vowel of] the enclitic is adapted to [that of] the preceding word, whether slender or broad, IGT Introd. § 149. na heachtrainn thugsad leo anall an dá Lughaidh . . . d'oirea- mhuin don dís tar muir thángadar `for the service of the pair', Content. v 170. Agreement, conformity ; créad an oireamhain atá idir Chríost ┐ Belial? (= conventio), TSh. 9427. dá chor féin i n-oireamhain do chleachtadh na gcomharsan to conform with, 9373 . inn féin do chur a n-oireamhain do sbioraid na hegluisi, Parrth. Anma 323.9 . pl. oireamhna millse Phleiades, Job xxxviii 31. oireamhna `influences', Eg. Gl. 501.