ot(t)rach

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Forms: otrach

n o,m. (= O.Ir. ochtrach) dung, ordure : otrach, gl. fimus, Ir. Gl. 482. ottrach .i. a tractu , Corm. Y 1033. In early lit. generally in coll. sense, often = dunghill : for ind otruch i ndorus ind rígthige, FB 82. im choin forambi ottrach on which there is dung, Laws i 126.8 (glossed .i. cu sechtair doiris, 144.7 ). cu otraigh, ii 118.18 . gal chon for otrach (i.e. noisy valour that will not stand the test), Ériu v 238.110 , cf. MR 124.3 . foracaib si doside ┐ día thuaith a ngaisced for a n-ottraigib, LU 3117 = SG 237.12 (a curse: `that never should they triumph over any but ignoblest foes', SG ii 268 ; that their valour should be on their dungheaps, i.e. that of dunghill curs?). a lathrachaibh ┐ i n-otrachaib, MR 276.4 . Of excrements: do otraigib na n-ech ┐ na cámall, PH 7276. otrach na ndaine, Maund. 78. thug mé dhuit otrach bó ar son otraigh duine, Ezek. iv 15. In wider sense filth, refuse : gid buidi in t-ōr, is otrach, Arch. iii 238 z . a lethar . . . errdub impu fri tige in ottraig forru, LB 155a26 . ic fochartad in ottraig ingerta `tallowy offal', Aisl. MC 91.10 . ro miscnigh na maithi aimserda marbhtis otraighi as if they were offscourings, Lism.L. 4869.

otras

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n o,m. (mod.) filth : Dinneen. cú tachair ón tighe otrais from thickness (coating) of filth, Hackett xlii 19.

oxail

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x and derivv. see focsal.