opne

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x see oipne.

opostema

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

opraid

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v (denom. from opair) works, exerts oneself: ro obair bréithir nDé do irrdercucchad, RC xxv 388 § 1.

opred

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x see oipred.

opreóir

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x see oipreóir.

optait

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Forms: optait, n-optit

n (analogical formation from Lat. optativus, see Ped. i 191 , Thurn. Hdb. § 98 ) the optative mood (in grammar): n s. optait, Sg. 148a4 . d s. i n-optit , 190b6 .

opthach

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adj o,ā. (opad) given to refusing , with prep. or obj. gen. Esp. of declining or shirking combat: riam nirbat opthaich im ni they never refused anything, Ériu vi 122 § 10. nírbho hoptach irgaile é, Ériu iii 170.6 . fear nar optach n-iorghaile, Duan. Finn i 15.1 . as fir sin nach obthach n-áigh, IGT Dec. ex. 595 .

opuing

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n a scruple (weight): screpall Gaedel din .i. opuingc, Corm. p. 35 s.v. puingcne = oiffing, Corm. Y 1050. See affaing.

opunn

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adj o,ā. later obunn, -onn, -ann. Quick, swift, prompt : obunn .i. luath, O'Dav. 1305. catha opni erlama `nimble and ready battalions', TTr. 1360 ( LL 225a44 ). co narbtar oipni ri airsclaige na gona dib `prompt to ward off the wounds', TTr. 2056 ( LL 244b4 ). muna dherna aithrighe n-obainn, BNnÉ 25 § 13. In unfavourable sense hasty, precipitate : nibbát ecal ocol opond, SC 25 ( LU 3468 ). saothor obund no remar, ZCP vii 311 § 15 (oppd. to: in cosmail caol fodae narrow persevering routine). Of events, sudden, unexpected : ēc oponn, Laws v 448.29 Comm. do thámh obunn énuaire, Acall. 1265. do bhásaibh obanna, TSh. 5438. compar. nach obainne bás na croiche ioná an bás nádúrtha speedier, 3786 . Adv. focheirdi erchor uait . . . docuirethar obonn anmandae ar a chind (=an animal suddenly intercepts the missile), Corm. Y 1229 = opund, Corm. p. 43 s.v. taurthait. opund dino atuaid [= aduaid] Eua in uball, LB 111a18 ( MacCarthy 54.11 ). aiti araciallathar tassic a n-opund who secures restitution promptly (?), Corm. Y 1232 = i n-opund LB, tassec opunn LL. la eirgi súas co opund, FB 25. tanic co hopand chucaind sollsi dermáir, PH 3777. étid co hoponn siph arm yourselves quickly, CCath. 5168. abair re B. nā fuirighedh a Temraig ach[t] imthiged asti co hobann at once, Ériu iii 170 § 29. [atá] canosasion chom a dhenta go hobonn air `he will soon be canonised', Fl. Earls 98.2 .

Compd. obann-briathrach cach bras, Arch. iii 229.114 (`hasty-spoken', ZCP xvii 63 § 36 ).

1 or

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n o,m. (cf. W. or `limit, border').

(a) a limit, boundary, extreme , in wide sense: or .i. imeall, O'Cl. oir .i. imell, Lec. Gl. 428. corrici in n-or (gl. ad summum eius, Psa. xviii 7 ), Ml. 42c27 . a dā hor, a dā himal, Laws i 106.26 Comm. co huasal .i. na ngrad .i. co hor (i.e. the highest limit), iii 16.5 Comm. Esp. confine, frontier of a terri- tory, etc.: co hor críchi, TBC 813. doluid . . . sech or nUlad, Lat. Lives 3.7 . is dith legind ocus scol | don Erinn dara hor, Fél. 198.32 . ? dechain ro dechsat . . . | re hoir in maighi mongruaidh, ZCP viii 63 § 28. comaillfithir d'Eirinn | idail dara hora, Arch. iii 240 § 1. co huru Alba the shores of A., Met. Dinds. iii 104.18 . la hor betha búain, LU 9985 = PRIA iii 358 § 39 . ri ro delb . . . hura co derb im thalmain, SR 38. co huru in talman, Alex. 237. i n-oraibh imechtracha in domain, CCath. 2266. Shore (of the sea), bank (of a river), brink, edge (of a pit, etc.): lir co hor, LL 50a3 ( Hail Brigit § 16 ). for ur in mara, CCath. 1641. ós ur na Bóinne, CRR 27. for or abha, ZCP iv 468 § 6. co rriacht huru na haba, Met. Dinds. iii 290.55 . do ur inn ātha, TBC 3777. for ur in chuthi, PH 1225. Side, edge (of a road, etc): ar or na sliged, PH 4409. ar or na cēidhe, ZCP vi 35.9 . ba [= fo] hur cairrgi, LL 298b11 . don abhainn baí la hur an bhaile, FM vi 2120.26 . Of other things, edge, border : dar or n-inneóni, TBC2 1880 ( LU 6395 ).

or i n-or from end to end : ro ṡír hÉrinn or i n-or, Met. Dinds. ii 66.17 . torann Eireann or ind or, FM i 116.16 . a hur i n-or, LL 135a49 . or fri or side by side, alongsides : imraiset gusan luing go mbatar or fri hor, Hugh Roe 10.1 (f. 2b) .

(b) border, hem (of a garment)? cethri ora umaidi ar cech brat, TFerbe 24 (leg. óa? see 3 ó). brat . . . fo oraib corcra, TBC 5500 St. da mhaelasa co n-oraibh ōrdha, ZCP xiii 170.36 (perh. a different word, see for).

Compd. ri dororainn . . . inn eclais n-orhuill wide-boundaried, spacious, SR 4214. ? ind Orderg (name of a shield), Ériu iv 28.6 .

2 or

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n hair, mane? or .i. mong, Corm. Y 121 (s.v. biror) = hor, LB. O'Mulc. 100. or .i. mogg, RC xi 493 y ( H. 3.18 p. 64a ). `Perhaps a loan from O.N. hār', Stokes Thr. Ir. Gloss. p. xxx ; but possibly = 3 or, the term `mong' being used in poetry of trees, shrubs, etc. ? tuc a less ria ais ria or `across his back, across his mane' (of a bull), Met. Dinds. iii 372.93 (possibly a loose use of 1 or).