orach

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adj o,ā. (1 or) possessing (pertaining to) a coast or shore: im[me]reid Albain oraig, RC xiii 395.2 ( LL 273a31 ). fo hErind oraig, 134b16 ( Todd Nenn. 250.211 ). slíab Etair oraig `S.E. by the sea', Met. Dinds. iii 106.59 . Cf. a rennaib órathach ┐ a n-oilénaib in mhara `into coastal (?) points', Cóir An. 32 (leg. oracha?). ? cechaing Aed aidchi n-oraig | foraib ba sáer imrulaid, LL 182b6 = Arch. Hib. ii 56 § 21.

órach

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adj o,ā. (1 ór) made of gold, golden : na ndeighdhealg n-órach, Ériu v 41 n.

órad

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n m. (1 ór) the act or process of gilding : obair . . . as coir a beith arna horadh should be gilded, Rule of Tall. 22 § 37. ech do marmair arna órud, Maund. 8. Fig. ré hóradh bríathar with enticing words, Coloss. ii 4.

órad

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n m. variant form of úarad q.v. cen órad, BColm. 100.12 .

orafunt

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n o, m. (Mid. Eng. horehunt, Meyer ZCP xiii 192 ) name of a medicinal plant, horehound : pras[i]um .i. orafunt, Arch. i 329. 116 . in t-orafunt, RC ix 238.3 . orofunt, Rosa Ang. 294.15 . is maith sug orofuint ┐ mormont do berbad 'it is good to boil juice of horehound and wormwood' Celtica ii 40 § 26 .

óraid

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v ā. (1 ór) gilds : ? (fig.) ro horthar mo richt. ro saerthar mo recht. rom-morthar mo nert, IT iii 53.17 . Or read ro orntar (< oirdnid), Ériu lix 46 n. 45 .

óraide

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adj io,iā. (1 ór) golden, gilt : altoir oraidhe, KMMisc. 319 y . feilm oraighi, ZCP vi 42.12 . imlenda ilgresacha óraide, Fianaig. 58.23 . do lassaigip orraidhe, Fl. Earls 256.6 .

órainech

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x see 1 ór compds.

oráitse, oráiste

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n (mod., Romance loan-word) an orange : lē horāitsib RSláinte 8200 . oráidsi shearba 8925 . for gach n-oraisti, Fl. Earls 248.30 . crann oraistidhi, ib. 26 . forsna horaistidhip, 250.1 .

oráit

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Forms: oróit, oráit, oráid, oraoid

n i,f. (Lat. oratio) O.Ir. oróit; later oráit, oráid. oraoid, IGT Dec. § 13.17 .

(a) a prayer (prob. a ritual prayer rather than an extempore one): orait ab oratione .i. airnaigthi, Corm. Y 1014 = oróit, Corm. p. 34. `oráit' bennacht, Met. Gl. Ff. 29 (óraoid v.l.). issed canir . . . oróit `Columbai sancte súme nos . . .', Mon. Tall. 8. rom-bith oróit let, a Maire! (= pray for me), Hy. vi 23 . aroit lem, a cleirich! pray for me, Aisl. MC 125.6 . ima ndernai[s]-siu t'oróit, 17.8 (verse). geb arait damsa im na curcha dia comgi ar na conu alltae, BColm. 54.7 . Esp. in formula: oróit do (ar) a prayer [is asked] for . . ., common on tombstones (generally contracted ō), see Thes. ii 286 , 287 . orait do Moelmhuiri, LU 2764 (entry of year 1345). oráid do Domnall, 2766 . pl. dognit oraite . . . ina ttengaidh uodén, Fl. Earls 122.7 .

(b) a speech, oration (cf. W. arawd), late use: dorinne sé oraíd dóibh, Acts xii 21 . maille re uersaidhip ┐ oraidip laitne, Fl. Earls 36.17 .

oratiandae

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adj io,iā. Horatian : formed to transl. Lat. Horatianum, Ml. 3a14 .