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.

1 osnadach

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adj o,ā. uttering sighs or groans, mournful, troubled : co cendtromm n-imthursech . . . n-osnadach, TBC 2170. ba gaibthech osnudach . . . beatha Didaine, Aen. 849. tonn osnadhach, ML 94.16 .

2 osnadach

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n ā,f. sighing, groaning : bá trúag éitsecht rí n- osnadaig ┐ ri n-accaíntig, LL 226a46 ( TTr. 675 ). cnetu ┐ osnadhach na trenfer, Ériu viii 177.18 . iachtach ┐ osnadhach ┐ éagcaoine, TSh. 4165. doní osnadhach ṁhórgaéithe, RC xxiv 375.13 . ag osnadhaigh ann féin, John xi 38. ag osna- dhuigh, Rom. viii 22.

osnadad

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n m. sighing, groaning : dóbrón ┐ osnadhadh, Isa. xxxv 10 . Psa. lxxix 11.

osnadail

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Forms: osnaighil

n f. = mod. osnaighil ` groaning, sighing ', Dinneen? fir Dháire . . . ag osnadhail air tháintibh `shouting at the herds' (?), Oss. iv 20 z (of hunters).

osnae?

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n g s. i n-ucht n-osnai `into the breast of poetic revision', RC xxvi 26 § 103 , glossed .i. i n-ucht na sona .i. na rríg ┐ na mbriugad, LL 187b47 (a gloss which suggests the meaning favour, patronage or someth. similar, perh. due to two follg. clauses). ucht n-osnae .i. ucht osmenta . . . .i. scrudan scrudas in file a n-airc[h]etal. In baile didiu indit-scruta is dó is nomen ucht n-osnae, Corm. Y 1275 (i.e. the place where the poet revises his work is called `ucht n-o.¤ '). See osmenad.

osnaigid

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Forms: osnuidh-se

v sighs, groans : osnuidh-se `sigh', Ezek. xxi 6. d'os- nuigh mé mar cholum, Isa. xxxviii 14. osnaighe an pobail (sic), Prov. xxix 2.

osnam

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n (variant form of osnad) a sigh, groan : tug A. a ossnam ass, IT i 121.20 . do bean osnam eccomlainn a hOisin, CF 305.

osnamach

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n a,f. (osnam) sighing, groaning : gul . . . ┐ osnumach truagh thoirrsech, RC xxviii 312 § 10. go n-osnamhuigh n-árdmhóir, Ériu v 176.244 .