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 .

onórach

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adj o,ā. (onóir) held in honour, esteemed, honourable: fer anorach, PH 707. dealbh bainntigerna anoraighi, Lism.L. xx 27 . muindtera na righ n-onorach, CCath. 1076. nir bo honórach 'ga athair no 'ga mathair e he was not held in esteem by, BNnÉ 291 z . Of things: sollamain anorach oirmitnech, PH 3609. tempul anorach, 7196 . dinna anorcha `honourable courts', Marco P. 67. a cuibrigibh anórchaibh in honourable captivity, IT ii2 98.4 ( BB 491b29 ) = i cúimrigib ordnige, Alex. 400 . ré hiomchor garma onóraighe bearing a title of honour, TSh. 1381. In sense highly prized, excellent : balsamum onorach, Marco P. 119. erreda anórcha, 121 . is anorach la rigaibh . . . in fheoil sin fria tomhuilt, 162 . is anoruide [leg. -uighe] ┐ is ferr bíadh ┐ deoch iarthuir an domain ina a mbíadh sin, Maund. 196. Adv. ro thócaib [in coimdiu] cu honorach o ingaire choerech intí Dauid, PH 6497. da n- adhnacal . . . go honórach, Cog. 216.27 . gabuis . . . chuige go ro onorach iad received them with great honour, Fl. Earls 20.13 . febh as onóraighe ro ríghadh rí riamh, FM ii 1160.4 .

onórachus

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n o,m. paying honour or respect; reverence ; onorachus dermhair ag in ierla i n-a ttimcheall (= those around them paid great honour to the earl), Fl. Earls 94.25 . tre chūis onorachuis `to honour them', 26.9 , cf. 70.28 .

onóraid

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v ā. (onóir) pays respect or reverence to: Ros Inbhir . . . nemh da gach áon onórfa, BNnÉ 280.12 . do honorad acu he, Ériu ii 82.

onóraige

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n [,f.] character (or position) deserving of honour: ar a uaisle ┐ ar a onóraighi léo, CCath. 334 , cf. 344 . do bi da uaisli ┐ da onoraidhe ┐ da socinelaidhe, BCC § 123.

onóraigid

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v g. honours, reverences : coro onoraigea na heclaisi noemai, PH 4165. ro honoraigset aingil nime hé (= angelis glorificantibus eum), 4786 . Worships : anóraighet an grian, Maund. 145. cond-onóraigtis in geinti in topur amal dea, Trip. 122.5 = Lat. Lives 32.6 . Of observing a festival: gach áoin onoráighfes na féilte, BNnÉ 275.11 . PH 5547. part. ba . . . anoraigthe a lá sa (of Sunday), Ériu ii 196 y . Vn. d'onorugud duna gradaib is uaisli inās, Laws v 28.6 Comm. d'onorucchadh na n-oifficceach nua do honour to, FM vi 2164 y .

onórda

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adj io,iā. pertaining to honour or dignity, stately: rād n-onórda `an honorific (? grandiloquent, majestic) speech', RC xxvi 14 z . ro [di]cuirseat . . . a n-erreda onorda dib their garments of state, CCath. 1072. superl. fessaiter in rígrad . . . feib is aíbne ┐ is anordha batar riam, Aisl. MC 107.25 .

óocud

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Forms: ógud, úagud

n m. robtar imda fodba cen oocud, LL 408b6 (descrip- tion of a battle-field) = cen oógud, TTr.2 1372 ; perh. ógud = úagud vn. of úagid `sews, stitches'; many were the hauberks ripped open?

opa

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x see opad.

opad, (obbad)

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Forms: opaid, optha, obtha, opa, obu, oba

o and u,m. (vn. of opaid) g s. opaid, LU 5668 ( TBC2 1193 ), later optha, obtha. In Mid.Ir. also opa (obba): d s. obu, Acall. 4961. oba f., IGT Dec. § 3.7 .

The act of refusing or rejecting; a refusal . obbad (= recu- satio), Sg. 90a2 . opad fidei trinitatis , Thes. ii 1.5 . ferr āthe opad, LL 345c41 . in lucht dia tabair Caron obad whom Charon rejects, Aen. 1324. frithbhrudh ┐ obadh do Díabhal, RC xxv 392.10 . Declining (someth. offered), with obj. gen.: d'obba ar ṁbíd, RC vii 300.170 ( LL 207a32 ). ba geis do Ḟind fled d'obu, Acall. 4961. is cenel ṅdiumais . . . opad a dán for Dia to refuse the gifts of God, Alex. 1011. Refusing (to give or do someth.), declining (a challenge, etc.): ag obad in tshida refusing peace, Aen. 3097. obadh luighe refusal to take oath, Eg. 88 f. 35b (O'Don. Suppl.). geiss do Bress a n-opa | na cless dobreth chuca, Met. Dinds. iii 220.61 . comlund do opa do oenḟir, RC xiv 398 § 2 ( LL 107b27 ). d'opa in cathaigthe, TTr.2 1407. nirbo hobadh augra in ceim sin, CCath. 4900. comhrac aoinfhir d'obadh, Keat. ii 3388. fiach optha a debt to be repudiated, used after neg. cop. of a challenge (combat) that is taken up: ni fiach opaid, TBC2 1193. nírbtar feich obtha la muintir Cesair sin (= C.'s troops responded to the attack), CCath. 5753. nirbo feich optha lá muintir Uí Dh. indsin, FM v 1812.9 . Rejecting (a person): dimigen mor lais Dido dia obad that D. should refuse him (as a lover), Aen. 745. ní shaoil mé m'obadh don fhior `I expect not rejection by the Man', Dán Dé xxvi 14. maor . . . nach maor obtha aon-duine `a steward who refuses no man', A. Ó Dálaigh xxxi 2.