ordugud

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u,m. vn. of ordaigid.

(a) arranging, settling, disposing; an arrangement, disposition : tricha sáer . . . ocá dénam ┐ oca ordogud (of a house), FB 2. ordugud a longphuirt, CCath. 1738 . césta ┐ caṅgni in choicid d'ordugud to settle, adjust, TBC 869. co fhaiced cia hordugud dobertha for Ísu (= what sentence would be passed on Jesus), PH 3137. coro iarfaig do Chund . . . a himthús a hordugod `her destiny and her disposal', Met. Dinds. ii 76.64 . ro machtnaig . . . in n-ordugud tuc B. forsin immum the way B. divided the butter, LB 63a21 = IT i 40.15 (wrongly printed ordnugud). cech airchindech . . . bís ind-agaid in ordaigthi sea (= who acts contrary to these regulations), Ériu i 219 § 7. do thuaruscbail orduighti cuirti Maghnais `governance', Maund. 202. pl. atait ordaighthe imda forsna macaib faosma (= adopted sons are variously classified), Laws iv 288.18 . Later in general sense of arrange- ment, constitution, method, way : do bhattar aran orduccadh sin co cenn trí lá they lived in this way, BNnÉ 55 § 58. ag buaidhreadh Éireann ar an ordughadh soin harassing Ireland in this manner, Keat. iii 2923. a n-ordughadh a gcossanta arranged ready for defence, Fl. Earls 32.4 . do shiobhuil sé a n-ordughadh ar féadh chríche na G., Acts xviii 23 (`in order'). don druing chuireas ordughadh orra féin re hucht an bháis, TSh. 2699. da raibh an pulsa . . . ag deghordugad (= beating normally), 3 C 19, 266 ra10 (med. text).

(b) an order, decree, ordinance (late): tic ordugad on arsadiuc . . . fon dis sin do chrochadh an order came to hang the two men, Fl. Earls 64.6 . ag órdughadh mallacht da anum (= cursing), Job xxxi 30. gur áthruigheadar an t-órdugh the ordinance, Isa. xxiv 5. do réir órduigh Dháibhi, 2 Chron. viii 14. reachta ┐ dlighthe ┐ orduighthe, Keat. i 228.39 . Cf. fuagra, ordu- gh[adh] `publishing', Eg. Gl. 277. In med. texts used of prescribing, Rosa Ang. 80.12 , 284.8 .

ordus

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n u,m. [1 ord] order, arrangement (of divine service), ritual: g s. iar trisfenad in ordusa, Rule of Céli Dé § 62. lebor ortosa, Trip. 170.7 .

óre, (hóre)

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Forms: uaire, uair

conj. g s. of ór (úair) < Lat. hora; orig. temporal conj.; in Glosses causative (co-ordinative and subordinative) for, since, because (Wb. = uaire Ml., Sg.). oire nundem mem- bur uili du Dea for we are all members of God, Thes. ii 246.5 ( Camb. 37d ). hóre is amne atáa since it is so, Wb. 12d7 , cf. 12b6 , 8 . hóre dorrigeni Crist a n-uile so, 15d13 . hóre ni ro imdibed, 23d25 . hóre narbo lour linn a foirbthetu, 24b20 , cf. 5b12 . Later replaced by uaire, uair. See 4 ór.

? orfolan

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ind Oengus ordnidi . . . o.¤ luisi, IT iii 55 § 104 = or folan luissi B.

orgaid

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x see oirgid.

orgán

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Forms: orghán

n o,m. (Lat. organum) orghán (g s. -án, -áin, n p. -áin, -ána), IGT Dec. § 35.15 . A musical instrument (prob. a wind instru- ment, but freq. used in generic sense, often of martial music): n p. it hae ind orga[i]n . . . timpanum ┐ chithara , Ml. 89a8 (= Lat. organa). orgain humaidi, 116c8 . co n-organ cainiu cliaraib, SR 6671. is e toisech ro chlecht cruit ┐ organ, MacCarthy 286 (a) = BB 11a11 (of Jubal, pater canentium citharâ et organo, Gen. iv 21 ). is iat ro gles in t-orgān (: án), ZCP viii 114 § 12. itir orgán ┐ gitart ┐ galltrumpa, vi 52.8 . stuicc ┐ orgáin ┐ cuirnd chathaige, Alex. 172. ro sinnitt a n-organa āigh ┐ a cuirn comairc, CCath. 5614. slúaigh aingeal . . . co n-orgánaibh examhla, BNnÉ 273 y . guth an orgáin, Job xxi 12. Of a person: in t-organ céit buadae, Fél. Mar. 12 (of Gregory the founder of church music). Transf. of melody: ro tṡeindestar C. a timpan ┐ tuc nuall-organ sidhe fuirre, Acall. 4620 ; cf. sian-argan, ib. 3482 . In mod. lang. somet. in pl. an organ (used in church music): orgáin ingantacha adhmait `organs' (? an organ), Fl. Earls 104.14 . aiffrenn canntaireachta ┐ organ, 28.21 ; cf. 68.22 ; 160.5 .

orgánach

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n o,m. one who plays a musical instrument (a piper?): n p. orghanaig ┐ cornaire, Alex. 468.

orgánacht

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vn (orgán) playing of some kind of (wind?) instrument; piping (?): ceól, airfitiud, orgánacht 'music, entertainment, piping' Celtica x 106 § 9 .

orgánaid

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Forms: organaidh

n m. one who plays a musical instrument (an organist?): organaidh, gl. organista Ir. Gl. 7.

orgánta

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adj io,iā.

(a) organ-like : guth bínd orgánta, PH 1972 . ceol orgánda, 23 G 24 (RIA) p. 262 . Transf. of a castle: a orghánna álainn, Measgra Dánta 56.32 (end of 16th cent.).

(b) organic : as ball organta an tṡrón, 23 K 42, 295.16 .

orgid

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x see oirgid.