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.

oiremnach

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Forms: oireamhnach

adj o,a. agreeing (with), adapted (to), suitable, con- venient: oireamhnach `expedient', Eg. Gl. 503. oirfide oir- eamhnach (= melodia consona), Keat. i 40.16 . soitheach . . . oireamhnach dhon Tighearna, 2 Tim. ii 21. mar nach ra- bhadar uireamhnach ag na teampullaibh eile `conveniently situated as regards the other churches', Maguires of F. § 7. compar. is mó is oireamhnaighe dhamh bás d'fhagháil ioná bheith beó (= expedit mihi magis), TSh. 6075.

oires

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Forms: oires, oiris, oireas

n m. (aires?) oires (m. g s. oir-esa, -is), IGT Dec. § 38.19 . Later also fem.: oiris (ón aimsir), § 13.12 . oireas f., Dinneen.

History, knowledge or record of events (in loose sense, includ- ing oral tradition): ughdair, annála is oireas, Content. v 134. Leabar Oiris agus An[n]ala, Ériu i 78 (title). tú gein ṡochair ṡíol nDálaigh, | tú a n-éanoireas annálaigh `the pride of their annals', TD 27.26 . gu bfhuil an tṡenmoir sin . . . 'na haireas ag a lan do dhainibh is told of by many, AU iii 182.14 . pl. ad imdha airisi na blíadnai-sa, ALC i 14.13 . See aires and cf. mod. iris which seems to represent this word (e.g. iris-leabhar) as well as o.¤ Ir. iriss `faith'.

oirged, (airged)

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u,m. late vn. formation from oirgid, used for orgun in gen.s. and in pl. Slaughter; slaughtering, ravaging : g s. ro gabh Eochaidh ina ligheleabhaidh oircthe, TFrag. 66.14 (`slaughtered' transl. = part. of oirgid?). ar tí airgthe an oiléin, Keat. ii 3448. áladh airgthe treón a wound that wastes the strong, Hackett xii 27. pl. secht n-oirgni no a secht [n]-oirgti, Laws v 268.22 Comm. co ndernsat airgthi ann, AU ii 192.11 . rucc creacha ┐ tromairccthe an tire, FM vi 1938.7 . co n-airccthibh, 1936.14 .