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.

1 ort

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n m. (M.Ir. vn. of oirgid Ériu xxxiv 118 ) killing, slaughter, injury ? ort .i. orgain, ut est atá trí orta ata annsam i comaithces `damages', O'Dav. 1324 . ort .i. bās, 1313 . guth-ort .i. guth-orcuin, O'Mulc. 686 (gloss on name of river Guthart). ? de ord. Hiruaith inso concerning Herod's fate, LB 142b21 . d'oirdiu [leg. d'oirdib] Iruaith ┐ na nÍudaide ro marbad leis, ib. 19 . dom-faraill, ni duairc in t-[o]rt, | beim nad borb dot abainn aird, ZCP vi 263 § 5 . in tan bius do cuaráin acat ort when your shoes are pinch- ing you, H. 3.17 c. 114 ( O'Don. 137 ) = agid lot, Laws i 300.23 .

2 ort

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x see also 1 and 2 ord.

1 orta

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adj io,iā. part. of oirgid: caidet aiscedha . . . conaighe? is fosgeba mon orta thou shalt get them for the slain man, ZCP xii 245 § 8 .

2 orta

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part. necess. of oirgid: nípu orta ind orgain the slaughter should not be wrought, BDD 96 (iurtha, horta v.l.).

ortagraiph

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x see ordagraiffe.

ortaid

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v slays , analogical form from pret. of oirgid, q.v.

1 ortha

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Forms: órtha

n n,f. (Lat. oratio, older derivative than oráit) ortha artha [orrtha, árrtha add. H], IGT Dec. § 8.7 . In late lang. also órtha, -st.

A prayer, esp. a formal or memorized one, whether recited or sung:

(a) of Christian worship: a canar dind offriund . . . iter introit ┐ orthana `prayers', Thes. ii 252.14 ( Stowe Miss. 64b ). Níníne écess doríne in n-orthainn-sse, ii 322.2 ( Hy. iii pref. ). co n-orthonaib (of Tabernacle worship), SR 4323. orda (.i. guide), ZCP v 486.7 (B. na f.). Misereatur ┐c .i. orrtha as gnáth do rádh san absolóid, MacAingil 332.12 . ag radh na horrthan so, Parrth. Anma 324.12 . ro gab .l. salm ┐ .l. orthan, Cog. 196.27 . As -st.: an aoine órtha .i. an ched- aoine don corghas, BNnÉ 219 n. 2 . tri caoca salm . . . dá chét orrtha, O'Gr. Cat. 637.25. Of heathen worship: gabaidh .iiii. horthana for cét frisna deibh, Marco P. 170.

(b) an incantation, spell, charm : iptha ┐ éle ┐ arthana, TBC 3638 , cf. 3640 . do chuir orrtha innte do tromugud a codulta put a spell on it (a bed), RC xix 154.5 ( Fier. 136 ). ar n-órtha chodail our sleep-charm, TD 25.7 . sribh . . . 'na orthain d'ḟir ḟiabhrasa, IGT Dec. ex. 1023. im arthan bewitched butter (?), ex. 299 . orthana filidechta (used in healing), O'Gr. Cat. 239.30 . aos órtha `chanters' (of lampoonists), O'Bruad. ii 138.3 .

2 ortha

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adj certain, sure ? ortha .i. airithi, ut est ni o.¤ angnais aithni .i. nocha n-airithi lium aithne intí bis a n-ingnais `uncertain seems to me a deposit by him who is not in possession' (? who is absent), O'Dav. 1306.

3 ortha

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v 2 s. imp. see urthaid.