ola

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Forms: olae, ola, olai, ola, olada

n ,f. (Lat. oleum) n s. olae, Ml. 121c4 . ind ola , SR. 1009 . d s. olai, 7617 . ola, IGT Dec. § 7 (f. g s. -dh, n p. -dha).

Oil : olo [sic] ab oleo , Corm. Y 1024. sruth d'ola, SR 997 = s. olai, LB 110a17 . ola choisrectha, PH 7516. do olai do chrúnd na trócaire, 3802 . f[a]ex olei . . . in descaid bis fo olae, O'Mulc. 42. a llendaib . . . itharda ola oily, CCath. 5217. ola na roisi, Rosa Ang. 60.10 . pl. olada, ib. 12 . uindiminte ┐ oladha, Marco P. 176. do bhás ola ┐ ongtha ┐ aithrighe `after unction and penitence', ALC ii 82.15 , cf. ola-bháis `ex- treme unction', O'R. mar an ccrann ola olive-tree , Job v 33. do cronn na hola, IGT Dec. ex. 287. By extension: craeb ola olive-branch , LB 124a29 ; Arch. iii 238 § 8. craobh oladh, Keat. iii 2006.

Compds. ¤chaill f. an olive-wood or plantation , gl. olivetum, Sg. 50a15 , 53a2 . g p. inna n-olachaille, gl. olearum frondibus, Ml. 25b1 . ¤crand an olive-tree: g s. ind olachruinn (gl. olivae), Wb. 5b26 . craeb olachraind, TTebe 2008 . g p. gésca olacrand PH 872. ¤cranda adj io,iā. having olive-trees: asin sliab n- olachranda, TTebe 12 09.

ólach

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adj o,ā. (1 ól) given to drinking , bibulous; convivial : ró-ólach, gl. crapulatus a vino, Thes. i 5.21 . Modgaeth Mor-olach . . . ar bá mían lais imforcraidh dighi, Cóir An. 4. Oed Olach, ZCP xii 235.8 . ? Diarmait Olach (: corach), Snedgus u. MacR. 12 § 49 = D. Olmar, 41.14 ; by Thurneysen connected with ola, = rich in oil, p. 19 . ruc Midir Étáin n-ólaig `festive', Met. Dinds. ii 2.14 (eolaigh v.l.). i n-Insi n-ólaig Eogain, Arch. Hib. ii 55 § 19 ( LL 182b3 ).

? olachta

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adj. eocraind o.¤ , IT iii 13.7 = eócrand óclaechda, ib. 5 , prob. right reading, see Bruchst. i § 147a .

olad

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n m. (ola) the act of oiling or anointing? in concrete sense, a vessel for consecrated oil: mo bachall ┐ m'olad, Brussels Life of Mochoemóg ch. 19 = baculus meus et crismale, V. SS. Hib. ii 173.12 (cited by Plummer, MS. notes).

oladh

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Forms: oluidh

n a cow ? oladh ainm do bhoin, Keat. ii 3680 (etym. gl. on name Fionnoladh). oluidh `a cow', O'R. Cf. alad.

olad(h)a

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adj io,iā. (ola) containing oil : arán oladha oiled bread, Exod. xxix 23.

ólaide

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adj io,ia. (1 ól) intoxicating, heady (of liquor)? mór ccuirm- deoch óluighe, IGT Dec. ex. 130.

? oláin

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n d s f. ainm do laei don o.¤ eac[h]tnaig | do bi ar comaim Neachtain nāir, Ériu x 76 § 8 : leg. commáim . . . oll-áin great and splendid?

olamail

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adj (ola) oily: seachaintear na holaid ┐ gach uile nī olamail mēith an tan sin RSláinte 8912 = Lat. oleosus Éigse iii 226 .

olann

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n f. g s. olla < olna. IGT Dec. § 37.6 . Wool : oland .i. uile-findfad, Corm. Y 1025. olann na caorach, Laws iii 376 y . ásfaid ind oland forsnaib caírib, LL 291b26 ( RC xiii 462.2 ). atá fidbad and | do nach ingnad inn oland, LL 135b25 (of a Chinese tree, cf. Maund. 236 ). dath óir for olaind cairech, 218b2 ( TTr. 103 ). folt . . . amal olaind ngil, PH 6200. mar a fuair Jason in olann orrdha the golden fleece, RC xix 122.21 ( Fier. 87 ). coimhgheal re holuinn ghil, Rev. i 14. oland talman (gl. bombax) cotton, Arch. i 336.108 . ní dleaghar do chloind Chonaill | cís ná bés ná bán-olaind `white (unwrought wool)', BR 126.4 . g s. frisin cnóei n-olla, LB 126b25 . croccend na olla órda the golden fleece, LL 218a20 ( TTr. 84 ). iarraid olla for gabur (a hopeless attempt), Aisl. MC 71.31 . fer . . . i rrusc olla, Anecd. i 7.23 . rusc n-ollnae, H. 3.18 p. 385 a ( O'C. 848 ) dath olla [findfad v.l.] an camuill, Rosa Ang. 186.3 .

1 olar

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n o,m.

(a) fat, grease, unctuousness : olar senshaille, Aisl. MC 61.27 . g s. meic holair meic inmair, 33.20 . As fictive npr. f.: Olor n-olar comainm inalta mo mná `Savour of savours' (?), 79.19 (the context suggests that cream is meant). `Cid us mesom bid?' `Caelsplindach, olur coirp[th]i', ZCP xiii 274.1 (olorchoirpte v.l.); `verdorbene Fettbrühe', Thurneysen.

(b) in fig. sense satiety, disgust (state of being `fed up')? cf. the gl.: sechnais beoil .i. olar, Eg. 1782 f. 14b2 (quoted Ériu i 203 ). Brōn, Dub, . . . Olur, Meith ┐ Miscais (allegor. names of trees), RC xxi 154.21 . fil fom' cridi cru comed [= co méit?] olair méth miscais, ZCP i 459.22 (said by Gráinne on seeing once more Finn whom she had deserted). Cf. similar use of méth. biaid a cluasaib bar fogur | ar cach tir bar ngarb olur (= you will be dreaded in all regions), YBL 314b58 .