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).

? órdaigthech

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n gilt ? cetra clāir i n-uillib ordaigh- theacha, BB 241b35 (of the Jewish Tabernacle) = ina hullib forordaib, LB 120b29 . Of. órdaide.

? ordal

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n Colum Cille . . . barc bard-logh gan ordal, ZCP x 340.8 ; without a match (= urdáil)?

ord(d)amail

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adj i (1 ord) orderly, regular : ro hannlaicedh co hordamail . . . é with due rites, ZCP vi 99 z .

ord(d)an

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Forms: ordu, orddain, hordam, hordain, hordan

n o,m. (1 ord; but cf. Peritia viii 109 ) orig. neut. a n-ordun ZCP xxv 243 . caín n-ard n-ordan n-adamra Sages, Saints and Storytellers 25 § 8 . fem. (n-st., n s. ordu?) ? a s. fri orddain , Thes. ii 295.10 ( SP v 5 ), cf. la hordam , Laws v 106.28 (leg. hordain). d s. co n-orddain (.i. ordan) adbail, Hy. iv 7 (reading of T = co n-orddon F, go n-ordan L). ? g s. sarugud ordan .i. sarugud in uasail, O'Dav. 1332 ; cf. lind ordan `a pool of splendour', FM i 232.5 poem (but n s. hordan, ib. 6 ); see also exx. of g p. quoted below.

Dignity, honour, pre-eminence : ordan .i. grádh no uaisle, O'Cl. bendacht for ordan Brigte, Hy. i 50. bennacht for orddan maic Dé, Met. Dinds. iv 68.149 . ro scáich ordan Neran `Nero's sovranty', Fél. Prol. 121. tuc cruth a máthar ┐ a athar ┐ a n-ordan diblínaib, TBC2 183. ním-raib orddan nā feba | no-dombera i píana (a prayer), ZCP vii 308 z . ar airechas ┐ uaill ┐ ordan, FB 93. at mathi a chland . . . im gart im allud im ordan, LU 4265. daighḟir dánai gu n-ordan mór, Arch. iii 298 § 68. g s. topur ind hordain ḟorláin, SR 994. tri indchoisc ordain .i. sodelb, saíre, sulbaire, Triads 254. Cf. 246 .

In wishes, salutations, etc.: orddan ┐ tocad duit! IT i 71.19 , cf. TFerbe 781 . ordan ┐ airechas duit! LL 279a38 . In asseveration: tar t'ortan-su `by thy dignity', Trip. 246.21 . dar th'orddan-so, LL 285b38 .

In sense raising to dignity, ordaining ? i n-Antóig a ordan Petair `the installation of P.', Fél. Feb. 22 , expld.: oirdned Petair i nAntuaid, p. 78.4 . la hIacoib ordan `the ordination of James', Dec. 27 (= ordinatio Iacoib, p. 262.18 ; oirdned I., Mart. Gorm.).

In coll. and concrete sense nobility, aristocracy : is hí breth orddain Hérenn, Ériu iv 98 § 27. As alleg. npr. m.: Buaid ┐ Orddan ┐ Taiced [= Tocad] a trí n-aite, LL 30d57 . Used of persons: Niall . . . ordan Ulad, LL 141a13 . a orddan a Aíd, 148b7 = KMMisc. 266.2 . Maeldúin . . . ordan Gaedel ō cleircib, RC xvii 397.3 , cf. 374.27 .

pl. in distrib. sense: la hIacob ṅ-ordan `James of the digni- ties', Fél. Ep. 256. imrōl tocaidh ocus ordan ocus ānai, Arch. iii 298 § 64 . muime ordan ┐ altrama do thuathaib na hAissia (of Persepolis), Alex. 416 ; the g s. would be more natural in these exx.

ordanás

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n o,m. (late Romance loan-word) ordnance, artillery : an t-ordanás mór, Hugh Roe 144.22 (f. 38b) . comhscaoílter uile ordanass in baile, Fl. Earls 40.23 . long lán d'ordanás ┐ do ghunnaidhib, AU iii 520.23 . FM vi 2028.7 .

ordináil

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n : do rer ordinala (= seriatim) Smaointe B. Chr. 5889 , Celtica xiii 134-35 .

1 ordlach

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Forms: orrlach, ordlach

n s,n. later o,m. (1 ordu, see Ped. ii 55 ) orrlach ordlach (m., g s. -aigh, n p. -aighi), IGT Dec. § 55.10 . An inch : tri graindi i n-orlach, Laws iii 334.20 . in grainne eorna teit a tomus in orlaidh, ii 252.16 . escra(d) dā orlach dēc, 176.17 , cf. iv 118.28 (ordlach). sē ordlaige i ndorn, iv 276.22 . na tri grainde adearar a n-ordlach .i. grainde coirce ┐ g. eorna ┐ g. cruithneacht[a], Lec. Gl. 279. ceithri gráine an t-órdlach, O'Gr. Cat. 240.32 (med. text). ogh rerchirce [sic leg.] iiii ordluighi a timcomac, O'Dav. 1375. ní béram-ni mod n- ordlaigh secha so we will not budge an inch, TBC 5978. tri hordlaighe, AU iii 438.16 . cígh . . . nár aoirdigh fós d'órdlach that never heaved an inch, Hackett xxi 46.

? 2 ordlach

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n m. (2 ordu) a piece : co torchuir . . . for talmain 'na dá ordlach imthroma, Fianaig. 98.4 ( Eg. 1782, 24a2 ). Ex- pansion seems doubtful; leg. ordain (2 ordu) ?

ordnasc

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Forms: ornasc, órnasc, ordnasc, ornaisc, ordnaisc

n f. (1 ordu + nasc) freq. written ornasc and later probably taken as órnasc. A thumb-ring: n s. ind ordnasc , LL 251a8 ( TBFr. 285 ). a s. ind ornaisc , LL 249b37 ( TBFr. 166 ). ind ordnaisc, LL 251b4 ( TBFr. 330 ). d s. dind ordnaisc , LL 251b49 ( TBFr. 324 ). ordnasc óir im ordain cach ae, BDD 119. ornasc arcait, TBC2 2707. dobert Art a chlaideb ┐ a ornasc óir di, ZCP viii 310.27 . With prosthetic f: a fánne ┐ a falge ┐ a fornasca, TBC 65. Acall. 2473.