oiscid

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v (oisc-, prototonic form of a compd. of sech- `follow', perh. od-sech-) follows after, attends? impf. 3 s. co trét no oisce[d] Iacob, SR 2844. ? ba muccaid menmnach . . . Odba, oisces úanchend oss `the lamb-head wether that leads the flock (?)', Met. Dinds. iv 176.12 (oscis, osgis, osgeis, osges v.l.; in Gloss. assigned to óiscim `I shepherd'); Reaches, attains? mani ro oiscet crich (.i. mani ro indsaigi siad i crich eile), Laws iv 188. 10 , 190.2 = mana ro foisccet .i. foscugud, H. 3.18 p. 397b ( O'C. 891 ). sruth . . . do foxla ailche, co n-oisce gnē trāgha la tes sīne so that it gets the appearance of a strand (? ebb), Laws iv 356.10 . is tualaing a forcetal co n-oisce gné n-aisneisin (= his teaching may assume the form of narrative), ib. 15 .

Cf. foiscid and foscuich.

? óiscid

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v i. (óisc) acts as shepherd; see Met. Dinds. iv 176.12 quoted under oiscid.

oisecht?

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n fiadlucht . . . ┐ coibci comslán ó ra sia oisecht, H. 3.17 c. 658a ( O'Don. 928 ); = oísecht full age? (Plummer, MS. notes).

oisén

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Forms: Ossín, Oiséne, Usine, Oisín, Osin

n m. (dim. of oss) a fawn : ní fácbhait and oisín (-e) minén nā oissén ar lár, Acall. 6283. ticed i rricht eilte . . . co ndernad ossine de, LL 164 m. sup. g s. máthair ossine, ib. ? pl. uidrine occus oisine | isat muindter daena, ZCP vi 262.8 .

As npr. m.: Oisín mac Find, Acall. 5 and pass. Fianaig. 56.26 . Ossín, 50.8 . Oiséne, 24.1 . Usine, 36.24 . gen. Oisín, Acall. 33 , 223 . Osin, Fianaig. 64.28 .

oislige

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Forms: oslaige, ossligi

n [io,n.] appar. a compd. of lige `lying' (with ais `back'? or with 1 os(s), ZCP xlvii 35 ): oisligi Amargin i Taltin, TBC 4637 (= oislige St., oslaige Add., aisliṅgi n-Aimirgin, TBC2 2955 ), name of an episode in the TBC which relates how Amargen leaning on his elbow pelted the Irish host with stones. ossligi, 4683 (oisslighe, St.). dosbiudc asa aisliṅgi, TBC2 2957.

oisre

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n m. (Romance loan-word) an oyster : g p. sligein oisrida, Rosa Ang. 294.9 . sligén oisridhe , 23 K 42, 294.19 .

oissi

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part. necess. of oidid q.v. is o.¤ menmain, gl. intimanda, Ml. 115c6 .

oítedach, (oítidech)

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adj o,ā. (oítiu) youthful ; generally coupled with óc. ócbad óc aítidach, LL 225a4 ( TTr. 567 ). maccáem óc aítidech, 220a38 ( TTr. 230 ). in t-aes ócc óetedhach, TTr.2 1218 . ba hoc alainn aidedach an clerech, Moling 29. macaómh og aoidedhach, Fl. Earls 228.26 . gilla oc aededach, TTebe 1535 (eididech v.l.). a n-aos aoidedhach . . . go haois fherr- dhata, FM vi 2358.12 . ? maethghilla og eidedhach, ZCP viii 550.8 . ? g s. flesc gilla eitedaig, Acall. 5225 (`clad in garb of defence', SG ii 227 ). pl. ra slaidit a ngillai óca aitedcha, CRR 34 . See also étedach.

oíthigid

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Forms: faothuighim

v abates, ceases ? ro boí oc erchoitmiud na tánic fochétoir . . . a[r] ro boí a tromgalar ┐ an tan ro oéthig fair thanic `when it (his sickness) ceased' (?), TTr.2 810. Cf. mod. faothuighim `I recover from illness', Dinneen.

oíthigud

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m. vn. of oíthigid. cen tairisemh, cen úarad, cen óithigud, `without ceasing ', TTr.2 1035.

oítidche

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n f. (oítidech, oítedach) youthfulness : ar óice ┐ ar oítidchi, TBC 3403 = ar m'anaosdacht, St.