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oíbinne xseeoíbne.

oíbinnius xseeoíbnius.

1 oíblech adj o,ā. (2 oíbell) sparkling,gleaming :breo órda oiblech,
Hy. iv 1. bruth óir oíblech, Fél. Nov. 26. i memraib óir
5oíblig,ib. Prol. 80 , quoted O'Dav. 1232 with gl..i. alainn no
solusta. robo bro aiblech illdathach . . . in cath, Ériu viii
40.22 .Fig.of persons:ba huiblech, ba hainglech(of a saint),
Misc. Hagiog. Hib. 31 z .

2 oíblech n ā,f.(2 oíbell)the act ofemittingsparks;sparks (coll.).
10 int saignenach ┐ ind n-aiblech tened, TBC2 3124. dofich
uiblich tened, FB 51. laindrech na claideb ┐ a n-áeblig oc
túarcain na scíath, TTr.2 934 (acc. for nom.). ?pl. mar aicme
uait go ngeinfit oibleacha fir sceo mna, LL 386a16 (Timna
Cathaír), perh. anadj.

15 oíblén n m.(2 oíbell)aspark,gleam, someth. whichsparkles ?
asnpr. m.:Oengus hua Aiblen áebda, LU 3080. Aengus m.
Ængoband m. Oiblein, Fél. p. 2 n. 3 .

oíblénach n ā,f. the act ofemitting sparksorradiance :conléced
in rétlu anuas . . . for uiblenaig, LB 152a28 .

20 oíblige n iā,f.(oíblech)the quality ofsparklingoremitting sparks :
tri frossa focherdded-si | ind indeóin co n-oíbligi`the anvil
with its sparkles
', Met. Dinds. iii 262.30 (con-oebligi,-aemligi,
-aibligi,-aidblidhi, MSS.); in RC xv 452.2 Stokes reads:co
noeb-ligi`to the holy grave'; see notead loc., Met. Dinds. iii 524.

25 oíbligud n m. the act ofemitting sparksorradiance ?amru cach
ór oeibligud (.i. is ferr laiss olda cach ór iarna oebelgoradnó
iarna bruinded) ina maa (.i. in log mor fofuair .i. nem), LB
241a50 =oeibligad, ZCP iii 223 § 8 (Amra Senáin); acc. to
the glossheatingorsmelting, butoíbligudmay be the subj.
30of the sent.

oibne (? uibne) n a smalldrinking-vessel :boighi .i. oibne, bidh
boighi .i. caire sainti, O'Dav. 201 (where Stokes suggests
derivation from Lat.obba).uibne .i.nomendo lestor bic
a mbi deog, Corm. Y 1301.

35 oib(b)ne n suddenness seeoipne.

oíbne (oíbinne) n iā,f.(oíbind) beauty,delightfulness,pleasant-
ness , esp. of places.is oenach ara oebinni(of Kingdom of
Heaven), LL 371a45 .aíbne Hérenn Ard mBreccáin, Triads 23.
otconnuic sium aibhne an inaidh, Lism.L. 4369.

40 oíbnech adj o,ā. (oíbind) blithe,happy,content ?treb aibnech Assér,
SR 5174.

oíbnius n u,m.(oíbind) alsooíbinnius, earlier form; in Mid.Ir.
both words are used indifferently. In Mod.Ir. treated also as
o-stem.áebhnes(g s. -nis , -nesa ), IGT Dec. § 38.20 .
45 Pleasure,enjoyment, gen. ofsensuousenjoyment,festivity,
etc. ní dognethe léu acht cluchi ┐ céti ┐ ánius ┐ aibinnius,
SC 1. ticed d'ól ┐ d'óebinnius lim-sa, LL 262b19 = MU 6.34 .
ic ól ┐ ic ánius ┐ ic aíbnius, TBC 189. oibnes menman, PH
893 .tech óil ┐ aíbniusa, CRR 13. ic innisin oibniusa in tsída,
50 SC 34. ar fágbhail aibhnísa in tṡaegail, AU ii 546.12 .i n-
aoibhneas na colna, TSh. 8126. don íbhnes bhoct bhíos ag an
phecach, MacAingil 135.18 .
In relig. texts freq. of the bliss of Heaven:oebinneos (:ro
clos), SR 1490. iar n-ascin oíbniussa flatha nime, FA 20. i
55n-oibindus parrduis, PH 1591. bale i mbia . . . aibinnius cen
crich, 5021 .co hoíbnius na fírinde suthaine, 2483 .ól d'aibhne
h'aóibhnis the river of Thy pleasure, Psa. xxxvi 8.
pl.in distributive sense:co taisfentais aíbniusa ┐ díamairi
dóib, SC 48. a n-oíbnesaib na flatha nemdai, PH 6897.

60 oibreóir xseeoipreóir.

oibrid n i,m.(<opair)aworker,workman: pl. gerbo hadbul an
soethar, robtar imda na hoibridhe, CCath. 3450 (hoibrighte
v.l.).oibrigh cérdamhuil a craftsman, Exod. xxxviii 23.
oibrighthe a bprás a worker in brass, 1 Kings vii 14.

65 oibrigid v g. (opair) IIntrans. works,acts :na hindstruminti . . .
maille ris n-oibrigenn se, Rosa Ang. 128.12 .nir oibrigh se
. . . 'sa dimhaínes has kept aloof from vanity, BCC § 241.
IITrans. causes,effectuates :oibrigi sin tragadh ┐ linadh na
fairrgi, ITS xiv 46.13 .ionnus go n-oibrigheadh milleadh
70(=ut perniciem operetur), TSh. 8340. Workson,labours,tills :
ní robi . . . duíni ro oipredaigheadh [= oiprigheadh] in talam,
BB 16a11 .

oibriugad u,m.(vn.ofoibrigid) (a) working,activity,opera-
tion :dorinde Dia in t-oibriugud sé lathi, PH 7366. oibrechad
75Dé, Maund. § 119. an tan nach féadfaidh aon oibriughadh
(=quando nemo potest operari), TSh. 4909. oiprugad ainme-
surda(=immoderatum exercitium), Rosa Angl. 50.17 .g s.
lucht oibrighthe an éigceirt workers of iniquity, Prov. x 29.
pl.in distrib. sense:oibrigthe na colla . . . oibrigthe na hanma,
80 PH 7365. 7370 .as naemtha ina oibrightibh uile e, BNnÉ
51.10 .
(b) effecting,causing :sláinte gach aoin d'oibrioghadh,
A. Ó Dálaigh i 6. Making,elaborating :in teagh . . . cona uile
oibriughadh ┐ imdēnomh entire in structure and detail, Fl.
85Earls 114.4 .brat . . . ier na oibriughadh lá hórshnaithe
wrought, embroidered, 252.22 .
(c) in med. textsasurgical operation :do na hoibrighthi
doniter ar cloich an lésa, O'Gr. Cat. 270.20.
(d) in late gramm. textsaverb :ainm iollraidh a ndíaigh
oibrighthi a nominative plural after a verb, IGT Introd. § 78.
5 pearsa oibrighthe a verbal noun, § 151.