osclad

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o and u,m. (vn. of osclaid) with prosthetic f, fosclad. osgladh (g s. -aidh, -alta), IGT Dec. § 106. The act of opening : oscladh na mara ré gcloinn Israel, Keat. ii 342. ar súile dh'osgladh, Matth. xx 33. fosgladh mo bhéil, Prov. viii 6.

osclaid

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v ā. (late form of oslaicid, through metathesis) also with prosthetic f, fosclaid. Opens : oscail do ṡúil! Prov. xx 13. go n-osgaltar dorus nimhe, TSh. 5245. oisgeolaidh mo tumba, Mart. Don. 156.10 . gibe neach oiscceolus dorus an atha, BNnÉ 243 z . do fosccuil dorus an átha, 244.4 . in sliasait nar fhoscclais frimsa `which thou didst not lift in my honour', 325 § 42 = an chos na ro atraighis, St. ro fhosclastair glomair na chraes, TTebe 601 . Fig. oisceol-sa cuis firinnech tuili srota Nil I will disclose, ITS xiv 52.24 .

oscor

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m. (vn. of od- scar- `part, depart', Ped. ii 614 ) a leap, bound : oscur .i. leim, Corm. Y 1031. O'Dav. 774 (osgar). rob oebind in t-oscur .i. in leim rucsat a pianaib in tsoegail hi failte, Fél.2 xxiv (gl. on Prol. 63 ). co llotar [a eich] isin loch . . . Bid he sin a oscur dedenach, Trip. 220.6 . co ruc [Rabecca] a hoscor co glan | do chosnom na bennachtan, SR 2839 (made a bound, i.e. attempt?). focheird C. mor-oscur de, TBC 6037. Loch nÉrne, ard a oscur `high its leap', Met. Dinds. iii 460.1 (quoted by O'Cl. with gl.: is ard lingeas e).

ósda

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x and derivv. see ósta.

oslaicid

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Forms: asoilgi, asoilge, asoilg, asoilgg, asoelc, atn-oilc, adrolaic, arosailci, foslaicid, oslaic-, oscail-, oslucud, oslaicther

v i, enclitic form of od- ess- lēic-, Ped. ii 563 ; in O.Ir. the preverbs are inverted in orthotonic forms: 3 s. pres. asoilgi, Corm. 26.22 = asoilge, Corm. Y 803. asoilg, TBC2 394 . asoilgg, 396 . asoelc, Ériu iii 140.178 . atn-oilc, LU 11025 . Cf. 3 s. pret. adrolaic, LU 9103 = FB 85 (ad- for ess-). The 3 s. pret. -forslaic, Trip. 82.1 , SR 7399 , -farslaic, 7319 may represent the vb. arosailci (ar- od- ess- lēic-).

In Mid.Ir. treated as a simple vb., occas. with prosthetic f foslaicid; later through metathesis oslaic- > oscail- (see osclaid). vn. oslucud.

(a) opens : oslacid a scrín, PH 1080. ónd úair oslaices Héli in lebor, FA 33. hoslaic róm dorus Parduis! SR 1270. cia oslac rót though I open to thee, 1273 = cia oslaicer, LB 111a9 = MacCarthy 54.3 (depon. form). in tan ra oslaici-siu in ṁbossan, LL 251b13 ( TBFr. 338 ), cf. ZCP iv 44.9 . ro foslaic in chathair, Ériu ii 24 § 6 (f added later). ro fhoslaigset . . . in dorus, Aen. 2264. pass. oslaicther dún dond archon, TBC 1006 . co n-oslaictea dorus ithfrin and in uair sin, Laws i 6.12 (text). ro hoslaicit clusala ifrind, TTebe 1657 . Intrans.: oslaigid . . . fuindeoga esca as aeoir, Arch. iii 244 y . ro oslaic in talam, TTebe 2941 . Fig. asoilge laith lochbronda ale un- locks dark breasts, Corm. Y 803.

(b) lets loose, releases , with DE (DO) of pers., the orig. obj. (bonds, prison, etc.) being omitted: oslaicet aingil Dé dib let . . . release them, PH 2208. is do-side ro oslaic angeal whom the angel set free, Cog. 18.1 . ro foslaiced dib ar cind a n-etire, RC xviii 164.25 . With acc.: ro lil in doíri sin forsna cellaib conda-forslaic Nuada `till N. released them', Trip. 82.1 . dian- forslaic angel Dé | a cosraib, a cumrigib, SR 7399 , cf. 7319 .

oslaicthe

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adj io,iā. (part. of oslaicid) opened, open : ciar bo oebela oslaicthi dorus na cathrach, TBC 1033. onchú oslaicthi unfurled, 3868 St. súli oslacthi, PH 7531. craes oslaicthi, TTebe 2072 .

oslucud

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u,m. (vn. of oslaicid) the act of opening : imm oslucud inna [ca]thrach, Ml. 46b5 . oslocud in talman, FA 2. do oslogud ríana mnaí, to open [the door] to his wife, FB 21 ( LU 8271 ). i n-ossolggud a thige, Laws iv 312.11 . Letting loose, releasing, with DO of pers.: rob ecen do Gallaib oslucud do Domnall, Cog. 46.17 . In concrete sense, an opening, aperture : gin, i.e. a gingis .i. ona hoslaic[th]ib bid ann ar medhon, Corm. Y 710 (see ZCP ii 68 ). cach fuidlech nā fuigter annso . . . dogeba tu morán isan dara oslugud dedenach do dull na foaicecht in the second last opening (i.e. two opposite pages of the book), H. 3.17 c. 654 ( O'Don. 918 ).

osmeised?

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ind cen osmeised, Corm. Y 1052 s.v. pain (cen osmessed, LB, Corm. p. 35 ) = cen os mesed, 397 .

osmenad

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n u,m. (< moin-, muin- `think'? cf. menma) medita- tion, study, lucubration ? confined to cryptic and poetic style. osmennadh .i. sgrútadh o menmain ┐ a meabhrugadh do gin, ut dixit in t-eicsine . . . ósment osment a drochéicis, H. 3.18 p. 73 ( O'C. 117 ). osment .i. múna[d] instruction, O'Dav. 1325. Dān mac Osmenta. Osmenad [Osmenta v.l.] mac Imráti, RC xxvi 30 § 130 , § 131 . ucht osnae .i. hucht osmenta .i. smuainiud smuaines .i. scrútan scrutas in fili a n-airchetul, Corm. p. 45 (< LL 179b44 ) = Corm. Y 1275. oidh ar huilleth n-oismentai (pay) heed to increase of study, lucubration (?), ZCP vii 305.24 (? g p.). ? n p. dēine m'osmeanta inā hos (.i. luaithe mo menma inā fiadh), v 487 y .

osna

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x see osnad.

osnad

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Forms: asnad, osna, o, osnadh, hosnaighe, osna, osnadh, osnagh, Osnaid, Osnadh, Osnaidhe

ā,f. (vn. formation from od- ess- an-, cf. conosna, Ped. ii 455 ), also asnad ( Met. Dinds. iv 146.4 ; asnadh .i. osnadh, O'Cl.) and osna. Later also o,m. osnadh f., IGT Dec. § 12.3 . g s. na hosnaighe , ex. 500 . osna (f., g s. -dh, d s. -idh) § 7 . osnadh (m. g s. -aidh), § 11.25 .

(a) a sigh, groan or similar utterance (of pain, fatigue, etc.): có osnada, gl. usque ad suspiria, Ml. 31c10 . osnad .í. sním, Corm. Y 1036. ní hosnad iar m(b)ebail . . . is o.¤ iar mbúaid, FB 89. dolléci in n-osnaid as trommu cach n-osnaid, FA 20. ataig a osnaid ass, TFerbe 234 . tuc A. a ossnuth ass, IT i 122.6 . erchra in ḟir . . . dobeir osnaidh fom asnaibh, ZCP vi 265 § 20. osnad áig, Met. Dinds. iii 80.31 . ra bert a osnaid scísi fair anechtair, TBC 2969 , cf. 2935 (ra bert a osnad). osnadh eccomhlainn, ITS v 140.24 . osnad gaíthe soughing , RC xxiii 416 y . pl. isin searbcarcair itáit osnadha ili, Ériu iii 30 § 17. co fogur dercháinte ┐ co trom-osnadaib sírrechtaidib, RC iv 252.8 ( LU 2408 ). osnagh groaning, Job xxiii 2. ar ndéunamh osnaidh doimhne dhósan, Mark viii 12. eagnach, osnadh, uchbhadhach, eaccaoin[e], Eg. Gl. 271.

(b) a grievance, cause of complaint, passing into sense com- plaint (against some one), impeachment: is o.¤ do muintir Patricc cen a tabairt cucu it is a grievance to P.'s community that it was not given to them, Trip. 82.4 . do díghail a osnaidhe, TTr.2 222. forom-sa co mbenfat a n-osnaid ┐ a mmallachtain, TBC 197. ar omon a n-osnuidhe ┐ a mallachtan, Anecd. ii 42 § 1 . co tardsat a n-osnaid dam `malediction', Aisl. MC 53.12 . don trist (.i. osnaig nó mallacht) dobert P. fair, Arch. iii 20.6 .

As alleg. npr. f.: Osnad ingen Echach Amlabair, LL 276a38 . a s. Osnaid, b18 . Osnadh, ZCP xiii 18.17 . g s. Osnaidhe, ib. 18 . See osnam.