2 ongtha

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adj io,iā. afflicted, wounded ? see 2 ongaid.

onme

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x see oenme.

ónmit

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x see óinmit.

1 onn

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n o,m.

(a) the pine-tree : onn .i. ochtach, Lec. 341b47 . ? cue (.i. cnú) huindi, Corm. Y 690 = cue uinn, Corm. p. 23 s.v. greth, cuae uinn, LL 117b33 ( Ir. Texts i 33.21 ); fir-cones or pine-kernels?

(b) the furze-bush (or ash , cognate with Welsh onnen/onn 'ash-tree(s)', original meaning of the letter name, Ériu xxxix 162 ): onn .i. aiten, Auraic. 1194 . o.¤ .i. aiten no uinius, 5522 .

(c) the letter o in Ogham, Auraic. 5494. coll ┐ ruis a n-agaid onn (spelling of word `cró'), 3962 (rectius uinn). cro a cubaid fri honn `cro' rhyming with `o', ib. is tri onn scribthar onnaid, 5579 . nion, ruis, dhá onn agus ailm (letters of the name Onora), Dánta Grádha vii 13 .

2 onn

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n stone see 1 ond.

ónna

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adj io,iā. foolish, simple; weak, inefficicnt ; common in late poetry. onna .i. baeth, Corm. Y 1028. onmit .i. muit onna, 1029 . nocorbo clann ḟir ónnai, Rawl. 77a28 . don cethrar naomh neamh-ónda, BNnÉ 283 x . rí . . . narb' onna, ZCP ii 344.2 . dream nach ónna i gcaoir chathaigh `people brave in the battle-throng', Content. xxix 15. go heaglach anbhfann ónna, Hackett xxvi 37. tagra as a n-ucht is ónna | lucht agra na héagcóra (i.e. it is idle to plead against our accusers at the Last Judgement), Dán Dé xxviii 23.

ónnacht

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n (ónna) (a) folly, nonsense: coimhmeas riú do ba ónnacht, Stud. Hib. iii 24.291 (Duanaire Ghearóid Iarla) .

(b) weakness: gan d'ónnacht (MS. dánacht) ria a eascaraid 'showing no weakness facing his opponent' Celtica xvi 91 § 5 . mór faraire nár shatail ar ónnacht 'who never trod on the weak' Ériu xiii 151 .

onnaid

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x see fonnaid.

onnbealascan

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ind (cryptic): onnbealascan (= obealan) .i. obele Goid. 78 § 223 (Dúil Laithne) , ZCP xlix-l 612 .

onocorn

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n o,m. (Romance loan-word) a unicorn : g p. imat onocorn, Marco P. 162.

onóir

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Forms: anóir, -óire, -óra

n f. (< Lat. honorem) an early Mid.Ir. loan-word, later also anóir (commoner form in PH). anóir anáir (onóir onáir v.l.), IGT Dec. § 42.17 (f., g s. -óire or -óra). Honour, respect (generally of the outward manifestations thereof), dignity: ro gab ecla dom onóir I was fearful for my honour, SC 33 ( LU 3727 ). bid mou a onoir i ndail bratha, PH 1601. onoir domnaig the honour due to Sunday, 5553 . onáir aoidheadh the honour due to a guest, Dán Dé xviii 14. boi anoir mor isin cathraig fair, PH 938. tabair onoir dot athair, 7376 . dobert- sat onóir ┐ airmhidin dó, FM i 292.2 . fuair anoir agum-sa, MR 48.9 . coro canait sailm leo ina anoir in its honour, PH 958 . a n-onoir Muire for M.'s sake, Arch. iii 241 § 5. ar an gcrádh fhuair im anáir which he suffered for my sake, Dán Dé vii 9 . As quasi-vn.: na huile [leg. dúile] Dé oc ar n-airmitin ┐ oc ár n-onoir honouring us, LB 112a6 ( MacCarthy 62.1 ). co rabhatar uile oc a honoir-siumh, Moling 12. chom aiffrinn sollamanta ro bui ag onoir an athar naomhtha `in honour of', Fl. Earls 184.4 . g s. nách mair folliuchta a nglóre nach a n-anore, PH 4268. do chuncid onóri o doínib, 6056 . fil do met m'onora-sa isin Roim so great is my honour in R., CCath. 1142 . glún altruim anára a gclann, Content. xxix 29. inneoin fhothaighthi onra [= onóra] a teglaig the anvil that sustains the honour, MR 108.17 . do réir a onóra ┐ a innmhe, TSh. 861. As term of address: adeir bhar n-onoir-si na briathra sin, Fl. Earls 206.28 . pl. in concrete sense: onori d'fhágbail, PH 4481 . na remiada ┐ na honoire, gl. privilegia, Lib. Hymn. i 67 gl. 12 . Also sg. in concrete sense: gach onōir do-(bheirtī) ’mach isan ccūirt as ī an inghean do-bheireadh ’mach é 'it was the girl who would confer every honour bestowed in the court' Celtica iv 65.19 .