2 ord(d)

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Forms: ord

n o,m. ord, IGT Dec. § 67.

A sledge-hammer : ordd, gl. malleus, Sg. 49a4 . ord `a hammer', Eg. Gl. 378. bla [sic leg.] ord indeoin (.i. i[s] slán don tí imris in t-órd for in indeoin), Laws iii 186.6 , 7 . tuaircfet-sa . . . o urd iarnaide, PH 8024. a uird ┐ a indeona (property of a smith), TBC 962. ? co llín uird `with hammers in plenty', Met. Dinds. iii 260.13 (expld. as = uird co llín, p. 524 ; perhaps = 1 ord). airnisi in gobann etir bulgu ┐ urdu, ZCP viii 304.37 . oc tuarcain brotha forsind inneoin co n-ortaib, LU 1866 = RC x 52.5 . iondus nach clos órd nó túagh . . . annsa tigh, 1 Kings vi 7. órda, Hackett xxvi 8 (a p.). Fig. do leadradh lé hord na haithrighe, TSh. 829.

In heroic lit. often of a warrior: ord essorgni, TBC 776 , cf. 852 , 1852 , TBC2 352 , Aen. 1774. tri uird essargni, LL 225b19 TTr. 616 ). ro thinoilit dochum E. . . . a shuind chatha ┐ a fhuird irgaili, TTebe 2637 (in vocab. assigned to 1 ord). Nél, ba hord úatha, Met. Dinds. iii 406.25 (see note). la Ellim ord imamnass, LL 129b2 ( MacCarthy 200 z ). rob é . . . an t-órd bhrúite bíodhbhadh, Cog. 253.21 .

As n.l., a place in central Ireland near the river Indeóin: for Ord . . . for Indeóin, TBC 254 , cf. TBC2 95. mad mattain foraib imbárach i nUrd [sic leg.], Ériu iii 140.181 , cf. 186 (Expulsion of Déssi). a hOrd slaitir Indeoin (a pun on the two place-names), 141.198 . Cf. LU 4461.

3 ord(d)

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n o,m. variant form of 1 ordu thumb, great toe : a du. bíi Ququlaind a di ord lama ┐ a di ortt coisse, ZCP viii 120.21 . ? [a] ttempall Fochard ata ord Aodha Róin ` thumb ', TFrag. 58.17 .

4 ord(d)

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n slaughter see 1 ort.

órda(e)

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adj io,iā. (1 ór).

(a) made of (plated, adorned with) gold: cuing dron-ordae, FB 50. cross ordai, PH 1491. oc adrad in loeig ordai, 2830 . delgi órdai, TBC 183. dúsi órdai airgdidi, ZCP xi 82.5 . iallacranda orda (= calceis auro inlitis), Lat. Lives 97.6 . altóir órdha, TSh. 1436. seachd gcoinnleoireadha órrgha, Rev. i 12.

(b) golden, resembling gold: carmocol órdæ .i. ara chosmaili ind óir, Sg. 47b5 . breo órda, Hy. iv 1 (orda, ordhai v.l.). doss órdae, Fél. Ep. 250. Fig. isin oíni órdai `golden Friday', O'Dav. 155 (leg. órthai? See 1 ortha). dán órdha `a gilded poem' (i.e. highly elaborated), Content. vii 12.

ordach

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adj o,ā. (2 ordu) made of pieces? buird altacha órdacha `jointed tables pieced together', Fianaig. 56.1 .

ordagraiffe

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n = Lat. orthographia: is he o.¤ coir in anma sa .i. co raib .b. isin dialt toisech (= the name `Cormac' should be spelt `Corbmac'), Corm. Y 204 = issed a cóir-ortagraiph, Corm. p. 8. s.v. Cormac.

ord(d)ad

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m. (vn. formation from 1 ord) ordering, arranging : ordad tabarte gráid, gl. sicut . . . disposui, Wb. 31b3 .

órdaide

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Forms: ordhaighe

adj io,iā. (1 ór) gilded, golden : ordhaighe, gl. auratus, Ir. Gl. 606. milech orduide, Corm. Y 1059 (p. 94.8) . dreimire ordaidhe, BNnÉ 240.1 . ar fuindeoig ordhaidi, Acall. 1631. altóir órdhaidhe, TSh. 1441. buidél orthaidhe, Fl. Earls 186.17 .

ord(d)aigecht

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n ā,f. dignity, nobility ? ordaighecht nó ord uaisle, Triads p. 36 § 2 (gl. ordan).

ord(d)aigid(ir)

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v g. (denom. from 1 ord) in O.Ir. deponent. Orders, ordains, institutes : na cumactte is Dia rod-ordigestar, Wb. 6a3 . ron-ortigestar, ib. 4 . orddaigsius Alldōit, AID i 17 § 8 . tuaslucud neich ro ortigsetar sruithi to excuse any duty which seniors have imposed, Mon. Tall. § 15. ri reil ro horddaig inn Úan | iarsint ṡleib fora imluad pre-ordained, SR 593 (see Rev. xiv 1 - 4 ). ro ordaigset fir Herend a nemthiu, LU 9785. cech smacht ┐ cech recht no orthaigtheá ó feraib Herend, 4213 . Romul . . . issé toissech ro ordaig míssu was the first to institute months, Anecd. iii 46. do ordaigh sé ord manuch and founded an order of monks, BCC § 208. go n-oirdeóchadh an Eaglais féil ghabhála Mhuire, TSh. 3267. do horduigheadh dona daoinibh bás d'fhagháil (= statutum est hominibus mori), 1 . 'nar órduighis olc . . . do theghmháil dhuit muna dhérntá so ná súd in which you called down evil on your head if you did not do such and such a thing (of an oath), MacAingil 283.18 . With pers. obj.: fota mo chomnaidi sund | amal rom ordaig mo rí, LU 3028. (with advbl. complement) no ordaighedh sidhe na tuatha fo chíss, Lism.L. 4002.

Appoints (to an office): orddaigit dā rígain forru i taísigecht, LL 223a31 ( TTr. 440 ). an modh ara ndéintí ríogha d'or- dughadh . . . ┐ créad fá n-orduighthí iad `were inaugurated', Keat. iii 91. do orduigh sé dhá fhear dhéug, Mark iii 14.

Assigns, allots (someth. to some one): Diarmait . . . dár ordaigh Isa onoir, Ériu ii 164.18 . cor ordaigh righe da mac fen forro, RC xviii 48.30 . ro ordaich D. do Fhiachra o Teamhraigh go hOilech allotted to F. (the region) from Tara to Ailech, BCC § 355. CCath. 118.

Absol. orders, commands : dogentar a reir mar ordechair-si, Acall. 7692 (2 s. fut.). ar éis an chatha do chuir | mar do orduigh an tAthair, Dán Dé xiv 15.

ord(d)aigthe

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io,iā. part. of ordaigid. Ordered, ordained, arranged : na cumachtae . . . a deo it ordigthi, gl. ordinatae sunt, Wb. 6a3 . ? roba deiglin taburta catha . . . in lucht ordaigti ro boi immailli re Poimp annsin the marshalled troops (?) . . . were in number sufficient to give battle, CCath. 4860 (`officers', Stokes; cf. stetit ordine certo infelix acies, Phars. vii 216 ). pulsa . . . deghorduighti a normal pulse, 3 C 19, 265 vb1 (med. text).