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85 oipdid nvariant form ofopaid; refuses,rejects :ro oipdestar B.
in cailech . . . `Cid' or in fer gráid `ara n-oipdi?' `Is aire opdím'
ol B., LB 65b34 ( Thr. Hom. 80.23 ).targcaid Cíarán aentaid
do Cholman ┐ obdeid [sic MS.] Colmán hí, BColm. 86.13 .

oipne(oibne) n iā,f.(abstr. ofopund) suddenness;speed,haste,
precipitancy :noí mbliadna 'con togail sin, | nírbo romór a
5hoibne, Met. Dinds. ii 4.26 (:hoipre).inmain grían cen opni,
Fél. Nov. 4 (glossed.i. fri dénam peccaid nó fri diultud Dé,
p. 240 ),cf. May 30. báig co n-oipne`to promise instantly',
Met. Dinds. iii 380.18 .o ra baí cach ní i n-urlaimi ┐ i n-éimi
┐ i n-opni ace, LL 224a47 ( TTr. 527 ).re hoibni ┐ re hathloime
10na himgona, MR 268.5 .goro écc i n-oibne, FM vi 2038 z .tria
oibne a oidhedhai, Aisl. Tund. 94.2 =tre aibele a bāis, 121.6 .
oibne .i. obainne no luas, O'Cl.

oipred n uando,m.(opair)the act ofworking;activity,operation,
performance :oipred Dáe, Wb. 27a15 ,cf. 1a14 .trissin n-oipred
15ṅdogniat [inna dúli], ML 42c2 .bete banscala occar timthirect
ni du nach oipred ailiu(i.e. for no other occupation than
attending on our wants), Wb. 10c22 ,cf. 21a7 .issed asbeir in
fer in tan ṁbis oc ind oipred(gl.futuo), Sg. 190b3 .opred
morfer, LU 1930 ( RC x 60.15 ).g s.(a)aidmi oipretho pectho
20 instruments of committing sin, Wb. 3c14 . (b)innas ind fir . . .
┐ innas ind oprid dognith, SC 23 ( LU 3454 ).séta a oprid ┐
a shaethair, PH 4058.

oipreóir n i,m.(opair)aworker,labourer :uilliu fīt na n-
opreoire(the manual workers have the largest rations), ZCP
25 xiii 27.24 =na n-obreoru, LB 261b57 .

oir (? óir) n f. (a)the name of thespindle-tree(orivy?): oir .i.
feorus no edind, Auraic. 1196 =feoruss no edlend, 4301 ;
cf. 5523 .oir`broom, furze, spindle-tree', Hog. Luibh. Dinneen.
(b)in the Ogham alphabet, the doublevowel oi: ór, LL 38b37 .
30 óir(one of the `aicme na bfhoirfheadh'), IGT Introd. § 4 , 12 .
caoladh ceirt .o. ag dul a n-óir(i.e. oi is the `slender' form of
o), § 14 .cas, clach, . . . clann . . . gach ainm dibh ag dul a
n-óir ar a thuillréim ┐ ar a thaíbhréim úathaidh(i.e. they
haveoiin the dat. and gen. sing.), IGT Dec. § 40. (c)thelong
35 vowel ō? gne aili asberait araili ebad ┐ oir is ar fedaib [fod]a
itat, Auraic. 1367.

oir- xfor words so beginning see alsoair-

óir conj.seeór.

? oirb: ind luchorp .i. oirb locha, O'Mulc. 795. Cf. orb(b).

40 oirbe xseeairbe.

oirbemandae adj io,iā. inherited,hereditary: d s f. oirbemandi, gl.
[plebe] hereditaria, Ml. 48b10 ; perh. for *oirbmendae(<or-
bam), Thurn. Hdb. § 158.

oirce n io,m.O.Ir.orcae; the formoircalso occurs.
45 A petdog, alap-dog :horcae milchu, Thes. ii 48.31 ( Philarg.
121 , gl.Hylax, Eclog. viii 107 ) =horce, p. 363 .orci, LU
2967 .oirc .i. cú beag no measchú, O'Cl.trí airfite dála .i.
druth, fuirsire, oirce, Triads 241. oirce no cait(among the
`esrechta maccru'), Laws i 138.33 .orcca, iv 326.13 (pets of
50the wife of an `aire túise').Mugh-eme ainm in c[h]etna oirce
ceta-rabae ind-Heri, Corm. Y 883 ( p. 75.8 ; =in cetna orce
LB, Corm. p. 29 =in cetna oirc, Bodl.).ba banc[h]ú tra in
t-orci,ib.( p. 76.20 ).cloicend ind orci,ib.( p. 77.6 ) =in
oircne, Corm. p. 30. dael . . . méitigther oirce, Fél. p. 42 z
55( Jan. 15 ) =orcni, Fél.2 xxxiv .Con-ogam . . . oirci ar aicme
ailme, Auraic. 5748 (a species of Ogham).
Seeoircne.

oircél n m. (a)atrough :bla muc oircel, Laws iii 242.13 .g s.
torc orcela a trough-hog(i.e. a home-fed one), i 122.6 .cu
60bhfuair [in mac] isinn orcel i raibhi ┐ sé oc cluichi frisna tonna
`in the trough(?)', Lism. L. 2170 (of a child fallen from a cliff
into the sea). (b) paddleof a mill-wheel:oircel, Laws i 124.18
(one of the parts of a mill-wheel, glossed.i. dar a cel ṡilis in
t-uisci, 140.19 ).pl. docuiredar cach ai i tuaim alaile amail
65orceil tairechtae(of opposing ocean-currents), Corm. Y 323.
muilend .x. forcél, FB 52 ( LU 8699 ) =dec n-oirccel, Eg.
?ancid sreba ar oircelaib, ZCP viii 104.4 .

oirches (? airches) indecl. adj. meet,fitting,right , used as
pred. with cop.oirches a rim . . . for oen-la na féli sin'tis
70meet to reckon those feasts on the same day
, Fél. 212 z .féach an
oircheas a aithches if it be right to repudiate him, Content. iv
20 .ní hoircheas ar n-éara it beseems not to deny me, A. Ó
Dálaigh iv 6 .náchar fhoircheas an athchuinge do iarraidh,
Atlantis iv 200.23 .is o. ¤ dom it is meet for me, I ought:ni bud
75oirc[h]es dún ar n-ór do thabairt, Mer. Uil. 107 (oircis v.l.).
tocht tairsu is oirches d'eicsibh, LL 394.39 .ni hoirces damhsa
an t-ór so do ghabail, BNnÉ 233.3 .dob oircheas do gach
n-aon dícheall do dhéanamh, TSh. 4957. compar. ní hairchisi
th'opar . . . andá opar in lochta,etc., LU 4351 (word inserted
80on an erasure by H, text by M).dob oirchisi duit-si subhal-
taighe do denamh inā tursi, BNnÉ 49.5 . Rarely as attrib.:
ascaidh oirches, SG 24.31 .druis oirc[h]es lawful lust, Arch.
iii 235 § 23 . Assubst. o,m.:oircheas imbuailte`becoming
victory
', MR 254.24 .ag tagra i n-aghaidh oirchis`arguing
85against all right
', Content. xviii 87. Adv. mairg era mbi a
maith ġa mess | muna chaith hi cu hoirchess, LB 10 m. inf.