oirgnech, oircnech

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adj o,ā. (orgun) given to ravaging or slaughter, aggressive, predatory : ba-sa o.¤ i mbsa dechenborach, Tec. Corm. § 8. Conall oirggnech, AU 679 (sobriquet). mac Conaill oircnich, 731 . tailach airgnech na cumal (of Tara), LL 21a10 (: cairptech). rob i in rigi cathach coccach . . . airgneach `full of battles, wars, . . . ravaging', Cog. 100.28 . In passive sense, ravaged, ruined : in bódhíbhadh . . . conidh lan- airgnigh sochaide i nErinn, ALC i 132.22 . Cf. follg.

oirgnid, (oircnid)

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Forms: sethar-oircnid, athar-oircnidi

n i,m. (orgun) a slayer, murderer , generally in compds. cosmail-oircnid inter (= Ir. eter?) athir-oircnid nó tuistid-oircnid a like-slayer, whether father-slayer or parent-slayer, Sg. 12b6 (gl. parricida, analysed as pari-cida). sethar-oircnid, gl. sororicida, 13b1 . pl. athar-oircnidi, gl. parricidalia [arma], Ml. 18c15 . Barabás duinorcnig homicide, PH 3262. Conall oirgnidh, RC xvii 205.24 (sobriquet). Cf. orgnith nitha, ZCP viii 307.9 (rhet.). In later lang. supplanted in compds. by marbthach.

oiriber, oiriberd

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n o,m. (Romance loan-word < Lat. herbarium) a garden: co dorus oiribir na mainisdrech, Maund. 183. isin oiribher ZCP xxxiii 133 § 15 . trē fhīnemhuin ┐ trē oirbhert 132 § 14 . ariberd (oireberd, eriber) do leth deis RC xix 126 § 92 . dochuaidh isin oriberd (ereberd, airiber) 128 § 95 . a mbun crainn isin oribert (eribér) 140 § 113 .

oirid

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i. intrans. vb. (based on foirid (see fóirid) and 2 ailid, Ériu xix 111 ) is suited or adapted (to), corresponds (to), is in keeping (with): don droing oirios annró `the gang whose just lot might be misery', O'Gr. Cat. 479.15. in Conn sin . . . as ferr oirios d'ég Donnchoid (i.e. C.'s death may be ranked with that of D.), 381.15 . do oirdis a bhaill diaraili his limbs were proportioned to each other, Marco P. 55. aicme nach oir acht d'anfhás `fit only for what is base', O'Bruad. ii 134.18. Is con- venient to, serves : gríos oireas d'fhuacht fhear n-aineoil, Content. xxv 10 . go n-oirfid do Nebuchadnessar that they may serve N., Jerem. xxviii 14. See oiremain.

oiris

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Forms: iris, oiris

n f. (1 aires) a bundle of firewood (?): iris, oiris (na teineadh), IGT Dec. § 150.11 . Cf. airis .i. aithinne a firebrand , O'Cl. bid atōd fri hairis, TBC2 2621 = ra haires, TBC 3414. as adudh re hénoires ''tis kindling a single fire' Buile S. 54 .

? óirlinn

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n d s. ro mharbh Ráighne deghmhac Finn | rí na Sorcha san óirlinn `in the fray ', Duan. Finn i 70.4 . Cf. airleng, MR 316.20 (a variant form of airlech?).

oirnech

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x see oirdnech.

oirnéis

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x see airnéis and oirnis.

oirnid

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v adorns see oirdnid.

oirnis

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Forms: oirnéis, oirnisi, oirneisi

n f. also oirnéis, early Mod.Ir. form of Mid.Ir. airnéis; the pl. is sometimes treated as sing. coll.: oirnisi f., IGT Dec. § 3.17 (oirnis proscribed as incorrect). n s. oirneisi, ib. ex. 190 , cf. 219 . An instrument, tool; gear; means, expedient : órd nó túagh nó ball óirnéisi íarruin, 1 Kings vi 7. don oirnis to thogh Críost ré básughadh bháis, TSh. 8472. do ghléus sé dhó oirnéis an bháis, Psa. vii 13. pl. is iad na boill fá hoirnisi ris na holcaibh do dhéanamh, TSh. 6735. oirneise ḟola an Aird-ríogh (of Christ's wounds), A. Ó Dálaigh xxiv 9.

Oirp

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n.l. Europe . oirp .i. eoraip, O'Cl. O'R.