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 .

orb(b)

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n o,m.

(a) patrimony, landed estate : ní ba tualaing oirb ara áetid, LL 315b51 . Galión fir na n-orb n-imgand, 7a51 . im orb [sic MS.] mic niath, Laws i 202.3 .

(b) an heir, scion : Bran dond . . . orb gaeth, IT iii 13 § 26 , cf. 42 § 51 ( Bruchst. i § 11 ). Aed . . . orb rigi rāín, 21 § 62. co nderna trocairi domm orbaib im degaid (= filiis meis credulis), Lat. Lives 22.1 . See orba and cf. foirb.

orb(b)a

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Forms: orbbae, n-orpe, n-orbae, orpi, orbu, forba, forbbaid, forbbad, orbbaid, órbaid

n io,n. and m. O.Ir. n s. orbbae, Thes. ii 295.12 ( SP v 11 ). (with art.) a n-orpe , Wb. 27c12 . a n-orbae , Ml. 100c14 . forba n-aniúil, LU 7451 ( BDD 101 b ). g s. ind orpi , Thes. ii 239.17 ( Ardm. 17b1 ). d s. orbu, LU 1220. In Mid.Ir. also forba, a form which ultimately prevails.

In LL treated occas. as d-st.: g s. forbbaid [= forbbad?], LL 172b35 ( CRR 11 ). d s. orbbaid, 222a48 . órbaid, 229b48 ( TTr. 936 ); by Stokes, TTr. Gloss., considered a different word.

A patrimony, heritage (of land), real estate , also used in wider sense of land belonging to an individual, whether inherited or not, or to a tribe, etc.; often = home, native territory . Transl. possessio, Ml. 100c14 . orba .i. ferann, O'Dav. 1317 . orba .i. tir dibaid ┐ sealb .i. feronn athar ┐ senathar, Eg. 88 f. 18a ( O'C. 2247 ), i.e. land acquired by bequest or death of previous owner? Cf. Laws iv 68.26 Comm. senainm na túaithe forba, Met. Gl. Ff. 28 (dist. from `fonn' = tricha cét). coro airaimed orba athar (= hereditatem patris sui), Lat. Lives 38.9 . gaire in druith co n-orbo maintenance of the fool who has land, Laws i 136 y . is mō cach ferann. is ferr gach orbo, Anecd. v 28.2 (glossed .i. fēin). rindarbbad as da chrích ┐ as t'orbba, is acainne ḟuarais crich ┐ ferand ┐ forbba, TBC 5944. ni gaibem forbba nach diles isin bith, Alex. 936. oc gabail orbai ┐ athardha, Aisl. MC 113.8 . ro baí munter Patraic oc búain orba dorigensat a Trian C. `reaping a farm which they had made', Trip. 236.1 . roinn forba ┐ fearoinn, FM iii 650.5 . pl. dodechatar . . . asna forbib ┐ asna ferannaib failet i comaithches Gréc, LL 232a49 ( TTr. 1124 ).

orbba claidib land won by the sword, LL 146b46 ( PRIA iii 544 § 23 ). is orba niadh ro ghabhsat `a champion's heritage', Cóir An. 249 ; 'the inheritance of a sister's son' Peritia v 144 (of the Dál nÁraide).

In wider sense: Emain . . . orba laech, LL 21a46 . forba Ulad uili the whole territory of Ulster, TFerbe 748 . críoch- fhorba fhear nÉirionn (i.e. Ireland), Content. xxx 19. ibar Baile becc n-orba little of a possession (?), LL 145b5 = MS. Mat. 476.14 (`of B. of little land'). (fig.?) ro naiscthea for lamaib laech | for breithemnas fer firgóeth | . . . a cuit forba fírinne, LL 376a2 .

orba, (aurba)

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n cutting, breach see airbe ( Contrib. p. 44 ).

? orbaid

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v ā. ro orbsat in dā Aed a n-imbualad `longed to come to blows', MR 244.6 . debaid ro orbsadar de `coveted', 246.10 . Leg. ḟorbsat, -sadar finished?

orbaind

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n pl. = arbanna pl. of arbar corn ? na hocht n-orbaind `the eight kinds of grain', Aisl. MC 99.3 ; cf. ocht mbairgena cacha [fh]indorba dib-side, ib. 6 , which seems = find-arba g s. of arbar; assigned to that word by Meyer; in Ped. i § 65 taken as a distinct word cogn. with Lat. ervum.

*orb(b)am

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n n,m. an heir : n p. matu hé ata horpamin, gl. si . . . heredes sunt, Wb. 2c14 . g p. inna n-orbaman, gl. heredum, Ml. 51d27 .

orb(b)emandae

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adj io,iā. see oirbemandae.

Orbuaid

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Forms: Orbúaid

pn f. Norway : in Orbúaid , Maund. 7. Stokes, ZCP ii 308 , takes this as originally same word as Norway with loss of initial n; but perh. a late corruption of Mid.Ir. Iruath, Iruaid = Haerethaland in south of Norway, see Hogan Onom. s.v. hirotae.

1 orc

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Forms: orc, arc

n o,m. orc arc, IGT Dec. § 96.3 .

(a) a young pig (archaic and poetic): cumlachtaid nomen do orc muice, Corm. Y 306. orc .i. muc, O'Dav. 1308. orc (.i. banb), Arch. iii 310 § 5 (B. na. f.). torc .vii. mbliadna . . . o ro [bo] orc becc, FB 9 (= oro léorc, LU 8119 ). orcc cránai, PH 7211. ni horta laeg . . . ní horta uan nā orc, LL 374c28 . ní harc a ccró chomhoidheach a pig in a neighbour's stye (= someth. in the wrong place), IGT Dec. ex. 1752. oircc peata .i. in peta ro bi ina urc, Laws iv 108.18 . i cru isil uirc, O'Dav. 1368 . pl. ní tíaghad oirc nā huain a comingaire, Laws iv 100.6 . nai n-oirc firenna, Tromd. Guaire 622. foxla [séig] orcu ┐ cerca, O'Dav. 1480. meas dímhór . . . coro mheth orca na n-orc, FM ii 834 z (expld. in note as `the last pigs farrowed'). Fig. as names of vowels in a species of Ogham (muc-ogam): orc a cru finni (a), orc a cru lēithi (o), etc., Auraic. 5674.

(b) of the young of other animals: orc trēith .i. ainm do mac righ . . . Oenach n-uirc trēith .i. biadh ┐ edach loghmar, etc., Corm. Y 1018 (see triath). rob é a huan-orc Rí na ríogh her young lamb (of the infant Christ), Dán Dé xxvi 8. See 2 orc.

As npr. m. or sobriquet: Orc allaid O Rúadhachán, ALC i 40.4 . E. do marbad don Urc .H. Ruadacan, AU 1030.