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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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.

opaid, (obbaid)

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Forms: obbais, opae, conim-op, oip, obus-sa, atbobuid

vb., compd. of od-bond-, Ped. ii 476. In O.Ir. found only in conjunct forms: s-subj. 2 s. ni obbais , ZCP iii 454.10 . ni opae (obais, obuis v.l.), Ériu i 199.6 (Riagail Comghaill, about A.D. 800?). 3 s. conim-op, Ml. 20b6 . arna oip , 42a2 . s-fut. 1 s. ni obus-sa , ZCP xiii 280.6 . The pret. in O.Ir. is supplied by ad-bond-: 3 s. atbobuid, LU 10954. In Mid.Ir. treated as a simple vb. with s-pret.

Refuses, declines, rejects (someth. offered): no frithbhrui- dheadh (.i. no obad) biadh in druad, Lat. Lives 68.5 . ro opastar B. in cailech. `Cid' or in fer gráid `ara n-opai?', 84 x . ní ro ob M. in grad sin, 90.1 . ní ro obai Pátraic inní sin, Trip. 54.2 . cuich ro opabad [no oibebad, Eg.] caradrad fhir mar thusu? TTebe 676 . With FOR of pers.: dogrés ní op idparta | forsin cách dodn-imgera `never should he refuse offerings to (? decline . . . from) any one', Ériu iii 98 § 14 (Rule of Ailbe). obbsat fair C. ┐ L. in cennach sin, FB 77. ro op poicc forsin caillig, RC xxiv 198.10 . póg ar Íobhas gion gur ob though He declined not Judas' kiss, Dán Dé xx 12.

With pers. obj.: co tainic araile fer co Dubthach do chuinchid a ingine . . . ros-opustar tra B. (= respuebat eum), Lat. Lives 71.13 . ra repestar [leg. ra opastar] na techta sin ┐ ní thánic leo, TBC 3013. no gebedh forend dib cuigi ina luing, ro obad foirend ele, Aen. 1316.

Refuses (to give, do someth.): ni gess, ni obbais ask nought, refuse nought, ZCP iii 454.10 . ro ob tiachtain chugainne, Aen. 748 . opais an ingen a coimlebaid, RC xxiv 278 § 15. ro opsat Túath Dé D. a chorugud, Acall. 6849. nar diult sīoth, nar ob ēissīod, ZCP ii 335.11 . don chloinn ba chlaon . . . obthar libh . . . gach gin chloinne tlátha tríd (= refuse to bear chil- dren to . . .), Keat. Poems 1319. Esp. of declining or shirking combat: nā hob cath!, Cog. 126.5 . ní obuid in cath cruaidh, Fianaig. 76.18 . mac . . . nocho n-obann imguin, Anecd. i 49.5 .

See also oipdid.

opair

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opairecht

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n ā,f. (opar) activity? dexterity or skill in an art or occupation? in ingen aile . . . fri clesaigecht ┐ lemenda ┐ fri hopairecht (of Salome), PH 892.

opar, (opair)

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Forms: opar, obar, opair, oiprib, obair, oibre, obra, obar

n ā,f. (Lat. opera) n s. opar ( LU 4351 ); obar con- tinues in use beside opair (obair) throughout Mid.Ir. period. d p. oiprib, Wb. 9d19 (a prima manu). obair (g s. oibre, obra), IGT Dec. § 42.16 . obar, § 56 . In Mid.Ir. generally treated as guttural stem in pl.

(a) work, activity, employment, occupation in wide sense: opar ab operacione , Corm. Y 1012 = opair, Corm. p. 33. arna epíltis oc opair semper working, Ml. 121d16 . ni hopair niad náre diffidence is no business of a champion, TBC 3275. togaes denma opre proper folk for work (i.e. fighting), 5238 = degh-aos denma oibre, St. ro bai a n-obair ┐ a feidm ic a fulang (= they were sustained by their activity, of soldiers in battle), CCath. 5911. oc admilliud na hoipre frustrating the work (a siege), Met. Dinds. ii 4.28 . an tí ler obair bhar mbasuccadh whose endeavour it was to kill you, BNnÉ 73 § 130 . deilbh oige ní hobair dhuit `the making of poetry is not a thing for you!' Content. xxii 29. obair fhaoilte `an act of thanksgiving' (?), A. Ó Dálaigh xlix 18. Esp. menial work, toil, labour : mugsaine ┐ daer-opair, TBC 1760. fer oibre a work- man, Laws v 280.12 Comm. praind fir opra, O'Mulc. 16. lucht na hoibre, ML 2.18 . an tí ag nach biodh leighionn dobheirdís obair dho . . . .i. opus manuum , Rule of Tall. 32 § 54 . obair don daoirseach (= opus servo), TSh. 1874. an seachtmhadh lá . . . ní dhéana tú obair ar bith ann, Exod. xx 10 .

Of a laborious or difficult undertaking: in ochtar is calma . . . a n-opar 'com tharraing esti `the eight strongest men . . . had hard work to pull me out', Aisl. MC 93.4 . In the phrase (is) opair hardly, scarcely : ferais snechta mór dóibh gurbh obair doibh a n-airm do chongbáil 'so that they could scarcely hold their weapons' Cóir A.2 ii 21 , Celtica xiii 122 . obar . . . | breith na bpobal i bparrthus Dán Dé xviii 30 ; 'His people can scarcely gain entrance to Paradise' Celtica xiii 122 . duine . . . don fhuil-se Ádhaimh . . . mar Mhoire is obair gur fhás A. Ó Dálaigh xii 5 ; 'scarcely one like Mary arose from among those who descended from Adam ' Celtica xiii 122 .

In loose sense of doings, goings on, etc.: is ait an obair-se ar Thadhg this is a queer thing for T. to be doing, Content. xxv 1 . féach féin an obair-si, a Áodh . . . san uair-se tharla ar Thomás, Dánta Grádha 41.1 (ed. 1926) = Ériu ix 2 (= see for yourself what T. is up to now! making love to your wife).

In pl. works, deeds : din dib oiprib (gl. nolite fraudare invicem, 1 Cor. vii 5 ), Wb. 9d19 (leg. frudare inuicem, Ogma 236 ). (of the two works, i.e. reciprocal activity, coition, see Ped. ii 469 ). deth-oibrecha (leg. degh-) good works, ZCP vi 90.10 . oibreacha na trócaire, TSh. 1830. idir oibrea- chaibh Phádraic . . . scríobh sé Historia Hiberniae, Keat. i 152.81 .

(b) in concrete sense a piece of workmanship (late use; often of buildings). obair lín net-work, 1 Kings vii 20. d'obair ṡnáithede needlework, Exod. xxviii 39. doronsat obair ingnadh . . . .i. caislén crainn, Expug. Hib. § 13. obair croinn ┐ cloiche (i.e. a building), FM vi 2270.2 . go ffuil in caislen sin . . . ar oibreachoip lan-daingne na cristaigeachta `one of the greatest fortresses', Fl. Earls 66.29 .

opdálach

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adj o,ā. given to refusing (< opad)? bocdālach ratha in rī rēidh, | ni hopdālach catha cruaidh not one that shirks battle (?), ZCP viii 228 § 22 ; seems compounded of op- `to refuse' and dálach, prob. coined for the occasion.

opne

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opostema

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n (Lat. apostema) an imposthume, abscess ; Rosa Ang. 162.5 , etc.