oróit

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x see oráit.

oroláiste

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Forms: orláiste

n m. (Rom., < Lat. horologium) a time-piece, hour- glass , etc. Fig. orolaisde rūnnda na páise, Parrth. Anma 2b16 (pref.). orlaiste `a horologue, a clock, watch, dial ', P. O'C. Mod. orláiste, Dinneen.

orpamin

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x see orbam.

orphán

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n o,m. (late Romance loan-word) an orphan, foundling: pl. orphain na heguilsi sin, Fl. Earls 176.7 .

órphell

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n m. (Fr. orfroi < Lat. aurifrigium; form perh. due to popular etym. ór+pell) orfrey, gold embroidery : lamanda co n-órphell imma lamaib (orphelt v.l.), RC x 64.2 .

-orpsit

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v : feoil leanap do-beartha di coro-orpsit co luath 'flesh of infants used to be given to her so that … they soon attained possession' ZCP xxvii 30 (B) .

orra

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x see urra.

orrach

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x see forrach.

orrad

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x see urrad.

orraim

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x see urraim.

? orrlad, (ordlad)

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n m. an edge, rim ? comghēr ré hórrladh (of a bridge), RC xxix 118 § 16. re horrdladh (of a path along edge of a cliff), 136.29 . Acc. to Thurneysen Heldensage 398 n. 3 < Fr. ourrelet, ourlet `hem'. Cf. 1 ordlach.