omoint

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n homage, worship ? foruigenai dia Coimdid itir homoint (.i. molad) ┐ abstainit, Arch. iii 12.19 = Trip. p. xlix 13 (< H. 3.18, p. 521 ). Possibly a deriv. of Med. Lat. hominatio = service or homage paid by a vassal or servant to his lord. (Plummer MS. notes suggests a deriv. of hymnodia by meta- thesis.)

omóir

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x see fomóir.

? omonar

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ind Dia ard . . . tabred dagberta . . . for ar n-imrimmend | ar nach n-elammar | ar nach omonar | riasam ternamar, LU 1162 (hymn attributed to Colum C.).

ómós

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x see fómós.

ómothá

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adv. from . . . on (acc. to Meyer Wortk. 123 a forma- tion analogous to cenmithá, iarmithá): omotha Labraid na laem | co Bresal ṁbrec ṁbriatharchaem, Rawl. 83a53 . iarair lat omotha sain | a baird Ḟintain, a eolaich, 165a34 = iar- mothá sein, LL 186a9 .

omra

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n m. (AN loanword, Risk 627 ) mod. ómra, amber : copán . . . d'omra, Maund. 195. dath omra, Ezek. i 4.

ómrach

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adj o,ā. (ómra, omra) of amber; amber-coloured : cathbhárr clochómrach studded with amber, CF 264 Eg. le dlaoi chais bhródómraigh proud curling amber locks, Hackett xxi 20.

omthach?

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n ro raid fris o.¤ luinge lānmōire do denum do Iason, BB 413a35 (of the Argo).

omthand

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n o,m. a thistle (orig. clump of thistles Peritia xi 170 ) (later fobthann). omthann .i. tind he frisin omh (i.e. it hurts a raw or tender spot), Corm. Y 1027. dlai di omthund, Hib. Min. 72.19 . For: blai canthaind, LL 267a1 fcs. (= MU 32 y ), read: dlai omthaind.

omun, ómun

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Forms: ómun, ómun, hómon, hómun, ómun, homun, homun, omun, (h)omno, omna, ómnu, úamun, omun, uamain, oman

n u and o,m. O.Ir. n s. ómun, Ml. 33c7 , 59a18 , (with art.) int ómun , 42d9 ; hómon, Wb. 6a7 ; hómun, Wb. 16a21 ; d s. ómun, Thes. ii 21.35 ( Bcr. 33b14 ); but n s. homun, Ml. 79b2 , 96a10 ; a s. homun, 55c10 ; omun, Wb. 29d15 ; g s. (h)omno, Ml. 128b7 , 9 . omna, Laws text. a p. ómnu, LU 599 (o-st.). In Mid.Ir. always ŏmun (as attested by rhyme), pos- sibly the orig. form; the Gaulish and Brythonic cognates show ŏ, cf. W. ofn (see Ped. i 49 ). From ómun comes the Mid.Ir. variant form úamun, which is often used indifferently with omun and finally supersedes it. In Mid.Ir. treated as o-st. (occas. as fem., d s. uamain, TBC 1345 , LL 34a17 ). úamhan omhan (o,m.), IGT Dec. § 17.19 . úamhain omhain (f.) § 150.6 .

I As subst. fear, the state of being afraid , absol. or with gen. of cause of fear; transl. Lat. timor, metus in Glosses. oman .i. ecla, O'Dav. 1319. int ómun fil la suidib, gl. cum metuant, Ml. 42d9 . nos gébad ule crith ┐ uamun, FA 14 ( LU 2070 ) = oman, LB. ecla nó uamun, CRR 20. ros-lín oman, PH 1121. uaman, 1244 . fer . . . cen omon, TBC 31. foce[i]rd a n-oman cach tuaith casts . . . into dread, Fianaig. 12.15 . With obj. gen.: robú mór a homun lium-sa (gl. metuebam), Ml. 96a10 . ómun Dáe the fear of God, 33c7 , cf. 55c10 , Wb. 16a21 . omon Fíadat, ZCP v 499 § 4. ar ecla ┐ ar úamun Conculaind, TBC 1608 . cromfait a cinnu ar m'ecla ┐ ar m'uamain, 1345 . cid do chana dúib ar n-uaman-ne do beth foraib? what causes you to be afraid of us? PH 3399. tre omun fochide, Wb. 29d15 . ar ómun pían n-iffirnd, FA 33 ( LU 2282 ) = ar uamun, LB. omun báis, PH 3830. (with proleptic poss. pron.) ata a uaman oruinde co n[d]ingna sé fasach do crichaib S. we are afraid he will devastate, ZCP vi 295.8 . tig an bás . . . an tan is lugha bhíos a uamhan orra, TSh. 546. eagla Dé . . . tar omhan chréatúra, 6819 . Rarely with subj. gen.: in toirsi dorigne Ísu, noco n-ar a omun fén doróine `through fear for himself', PH 3026 . dorochar-sa fri talum for mét mo omain, 3730 . g s. (a) ermitiu omno Dáe, Ml. 128d9 . cor omna `a contract of fear' (one entered into under intimidation), Laws iv 208.32 Comm. fonascc omna, v 376.3 , cf. 186.7 . (b) boegal i n-ecmais omain daring in the absence of [cause for] fear, PH 3010 ; cf. 3730 . pl. in sense terrors, causes of fear: frisbered omnu huain, ACC 16 ( RC xx 164 ) = ómnu, LU 599 , cf. O'Dav. 1319. all fri homna, Anecd. i 68 § 155. sciath fri homna i n-ernaidhe, FM i 524.16 (poem).

As pred., is o.¤ limm I fear, am apprehensive : is omun lium-sa do chlod-sa I fear thou art vanquished, PH 1793. is omun leam-sa . . . saethar do chaithimh fria gnimradh idhul, Marco P. 1 . is omain leis a mac do facbail, Laws ii 164.22 Comm. Ml. 96a10 (quoted above). With cop. and dat. pron.: isam ómun ar a aisnéis, LU 5349 = omun, TBC2 873 YBL. isim omun ar in mbein `I have fear of the woman', RC xvii 132.22 , cf. MacCarthy 398.4 .

II As adj. generally as pred.

(a) afraid, apprehensive : dia mbad úamain ṁ'ḟer if my husband were a coward, TBC 36 = imeaclach St., omhnach Add. nibtis omain neich they feared no one, ZCP iii 38.25 .

(b) fearful, terrible : bás ┐ cach ní homain, Corm. p. 13 s.v. ceal (g s. ?). ge fuair bas tre re[i]m n-uaban `in his dread career', Celt. Rev. iv 214.6 (possibly g pl.).

Compds. Huamanchenn (npr. m.), ZCP viii 326.20 . mac Huamanchind, ib. 23 . omungnath (< gnáth `wont, habit') a state of fear? o. dorognad, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 41 § 32 ( Rawl. 115b27 ), cf. Wortk. § 7. Marstrander RC xxxvi 339 takes the word as npr. m., comparing Smirgnath ( § 38 in same poem), Faelgnath, Domungnath, BB 158a27 .

1 on

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n [o,n.] n p. tri on, ZCP xii 363.1 .

A blemish or disfigurement; in early sagas used of a blister (?) raised by a poet's satire on the face of his victim, and hence fig. a blot or stain on one's reputation, a social disgrace or dis- qualification (always in this sense in Laws text, save once); an early word, confined to poetic usage and legal texts. on .i. ainim, Lec. Gl. 361. O'Dav. 1307. O'Cl. fogeib teora boulga for a aghaidh . . . .i. on ┐ anim ┐ easbaidh .i. dearg ┐ glas ┐ ban, Corm. Y 698 ( p. 59.14 ). coro facaibset tri bolga for a gruaidib .i. on ┐ ainim ┐ aithis .i. dubh ┐ derg ┐ ban, RC xxiv 278 § 15. mor n-anrud . . . forsa-tardus on ┐ ainim ┐ espaidh, Anecd. ii 54.8 . dit glāime gom | nā raibh on | for inchaibh tuaithe let there be no blemish on the faces (blot on the honour) of the tribe, Arch. iii 295 § 27. athgabail treisi . . . imm on, im ainbed `for a visible blemish, for a concealed blemish', Laws i 174.30 , glossed .i. i n-incaib, 176.16 . esorgain do mic, do moga . . . on it inchaib, 232.3 . im on les-anma `the blemish of a nickname', 236 y . Cf. ní on anma dam a radh `to say it is no soul's blemish to me' (? no libel on my part), O'Dav. 1307. tri on brethemon . . . baes ┐ aneolus ┐ eitges, ZCP xii 363.1 (H. 3.18 p. 9 a). nir on dó it was no shame to him ( = it was a credit to him), LL 35a34 . conā roib locht nō on nō anim . . . otha a hínd co a bond (of a woman), Aisl. MC 97.19 . Cen on without blemish (fault), very common in poetry: fer sóer socheniúil cen on cen ainim, Thes. ii 241.8 ( Ardm. 18a1 ). issé úagṡlán cen on cen anim, LL 250b44 ( TBFr. 269 ). doíni delgnaidi cen on, IT i 133.4 ( LU 10862 ). Iacob mac Ailphi cen on, Ériu iii 196.5 . Niall gan on, Content. ii 7. fognad cách Dé mog cen on, Fél. 4.16 , cf. FM i 408 z . is é mo thimna cen on, RC xiii 460 § 60. tri meich bracha cen on (.i. im ⃛ṡeirbi), Laws ii 250.1 , 12 .