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 .

Osnat

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npr. f. (dim. of 1 os = `a little deer, doe ') Gorm. Jan. 6 , Nov. 10.

ospitél

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Forms: ospitail, ospaidéal, spidéal

n m. (< AN ospitel, Risk 84 ) a hospital : ospitel . . . ina ngapthor gach ēn-duine galraighthe, Fl. Earls 66.16 ; 100.16 . ospitail, 180.9 . Mod. ospaidéal (oispidéal, spidéal), Dinneen.

osrach

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adj o,ā. (< osair?) abounding in litter (rushes, bracken, etc.)? bai scothach, ba glas, . . . ba hosrach (of land), ZCP ii 315.8 .

Osraige

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Forms: Osrigiu, hOsraigiu, n-Osraigib, Ossairge, Osairgi

pn m. pl. name of a tribe of West Leinster, occupying mod. Ossory . do Osrigiu (= -ib), AU 753. co hOsraigiu , 1026 . i n-Osraigib , 1027 . hi tír nOsraigi, Trip. 194.8 . Also Ossairge: Osairgi, Rawl. 132b39 . See Cóir An. 213 for tradi- tional derivation.

Osraigech

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adj o,a. belonging to the Osraige ; as subst. an Ossorian : Giollacaissi Osraighech, FM ii 904.9 .

oss

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n deer , see os.

ossad

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x see osad.

ossinech

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Forms: oisinech, uisinn

adj o,ā. óclach liath urmoel o.¤ , LB 133a31 (of Melcisár or Melchior); 137a47 = oisinech ` fawn-like ', Todd Lect. vi 60.7 . Pól apstal . . . moel ossinech he, LB 181a32 = RC viii 363.36 (` fawn-coloured '). aláind a drech go folt ercháin ussinech `fawn-coloured', RC viii 350.17 . Stokes, RC viii 365 , suggests a deriv. of oissín or uissín `a fawn'; perh. < ussín, ussíne `temple' (of head), mod. uisin, uisinn (see Corm. Y 1091 s.v. ranc) = with high temples or forehead or someth. similar.

? ossóc

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n (1 os) a young deer, a fawn : pl. ili aidbli ossoca, Bruchst. i § 147 a (: dossfota) = IT iii 13 § 23 (uis oca, hosaca), 42 § 48 (oss occa, ossacca).

ósta

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n m. (late Romance loan-word) (commercial) accommodation for travellers, lodging : ba nemhonorach in t-osta fuaratar, Fl. Earls 28.14 . baile 'na reacthar an t-ósta in which entertainment must be paid for, Hackett xxvi 158. sein-disciobal . . . aga mbeimís ar ósda with whom we should lodge, Acts xxi 16 . ar ósda isin Midhe billeted (of soldiers), FM vi 1990.7 . i dtigh dhuine aca ar ósda 'being entertained' TSh. 3719 , Celtica i 362 . (tech) ósta an inn : do ghuidh leis an aidhche sin chom ósta (= in hospitio) Celtica xxi 504.173 . iomdha óinmhid bhíos ’na ósda Butler Poems 2345 , cf. 2315 , 2325 . do gabadur tegh osta in aidchi sin, ZCP vi 29.1 . Fl. Earls 24.16 . i dtigh ósda an domhain se, TSh. 3609. lucht ósda innkeepers , 3715 . Fig.: Muire a dtrásda is í ar n-ósda 'she is our refection' DDána 71 § 15 , Celtica i 362 .

Compd. a n-imfhoixe in óstathighe hostel , Fl. Earls 110.1 .