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oirgnid (oircnid) n i,m.(orgun)aslayer,murderer , generally in
compds.cosmail-oircnid inter(= Ir.eter?)athir-oircnidnó
85tuistid-oircnid a like-slayer, whether father-slayer or parent-slayer,
Sg. 12b6 (gl.parricida, analysed aspari-cida).sethar-oircnid,
gl.sororicida, 13b1 .pl. athar-oircnidi, gl.parricidalia [arma],
Ml. 18c15 .Barabás duinorcnig homicide, PH 3262. Conall
oirgnidh, RC xvii 205.24 (sobriquet).Cf. orgnith nitha, ZCP
viii 307.9 (rhet.). In later lang. supplanted in compds. by
5 marbthach.

oiriber n o,m.(Romance loan-word < Lat.herbarium) a garden:
co dorus oiribir na mainisdrech, Maund. 183.

oirid i. intrans.vb. issuitedoradapted(to),corresponds(to), is
inkeeping(with): don droing oirios annró`the gang whose just
10lot might be misery
', O'Gr. Cat. 479.15. in Conn sin . . . as ferr
oirios d'ég Donnchoid(i.e. C.'s death may be ranked with
that of D.), 381.15 .do oirdis a bhaill diaraili his limbs were
proportioned to each other
, Marco P. 55. aicme nach oir acht
d'anfhás`fit only for what is base', O'Bruad. ii 134.18. Iscon-
15venientto,serves :gríos oireas d'fhuacht fhear n-aineoil, Content.
xxv 10 .go n-oirfid do Nebuchadnessar that they may
serve N.
, Jerem. xxviii 14. Seeoiremain.

oiris n f. iris,oiris(na teineadh), IGT Dec. § 150.11 .Cf. airis .i.
aithinne afirebrand , O'Cl.bid atōd fri hairis, TBC2 2621 =
20 ra haires, TBC 3414.

? óirlinn n d s. ro mharbh Ráighne deghmhac Finn | rí na
Sorcha san óirlinn`in thefray ', Duan. Finn i 70.4 .Cf. airleng,
MR 316.20 (a variant form ofairlech?).

oirnech xseeoirdnech.

25 oirnéis xseeairnéisandoirnis.

oirnid v adorns seeoirdnid.

oirnis n f.alsooirnéis, early Mod.Ir. form of Mid.Ir.airnéis;
thepl.is sometimes treated as sing. coll.:oirnisi f., IGT Dec.
§ 3.17 (oirnisproscribed as incorrect).n s. oirneisi,ib. ex. 190 ,
30 cf. 219 .Aninstrument,tool;gear;means,expedient :órd nó
túagh nó ball óirnéisi íarruin, 1 Kings vi 7. don oirnis to
thogh Críost ré básughadh bháis, TSh. 8472. do ghléus sé
dhó oirnéis an bháis, Psa. vii 13. pl. is iad na boill fá hoirnisi
ris na holcaibh do dhéanamh, TSh. 6735. oirneise ḟola an
35Aird-ríogh(of Christ's wounds), A. Ó Dálaigh xxiv 9.

Oirp n.l. Europe .oirp .i. eoraip, O'Cl. O'R.

oirthenn xseeairthenn.

oirther xseeairther.

ois adj.` wild ', O'R.aen-laech luidhius go hois`who went
40frantic
', MR 320.6 (:cois).do raidhsiot . . . aithesc rim ba
hois, Misc. Hag. Hib. 35.26 (:anois).

ois vb. 2 s. subj.seeoidid.

óisc n f. a youngewe. oí .i. caera,unde dicituroisc .i. oi seisc,
Corm. Y 999. oissc .i. oi-sesc .i. coeru seisc, ZCP iii 246.1
45( Toch. Em. § 55 ).for an oisc no for in caeiri, Eg. 88 f. 42b
( O'C. 2512 ).fiu óisce the value of a ewe, O'Bruad. iii 112 § iii .
oisg`an ewe', O'R. Mod.fóisc`an ewe of a year old', Dinneen.

oiscid v(oisc-, prototonic form of a compd. ofsech- `follow',
perh.od-sech-) follows after,attends? impf. 3 s. co trét no
50oisce[d] Iacob, SR 2844. ?ba muccaid menmnach . . . Odba,
oisces úanchend oss`the lamb-head wether that leads the flock(?)',
Met. Dinds. iv 176.12 (oscis,osgis,osgeis,osges v.l.; in Gloss.
assigned toóiscim`I shepherd'); Reaches,attains? mani ro
oiscet crich (.i. mani ro indsaigi siad i crich eile), Laws iv 188.
5510 , 190.2 =mana ro foisccet .i. foscugud, H. 3.18 p. 397b
( O'C. 891 ).sruth . . . do foxla ailche, co n-oisce gnē trāgha la
tes sīne so that it gets the appearance of a strand(?ebb), Laws iv
356.10 .is tualaing a forcetal co n-oisce gné n-aisneisin(= his
teaching may assume the form of narrative), ib. 15 .
60 Cf. foiscidandfoscuich.

? óiscid v i. (óisc)acts as shepherd; see Met. Dinds. iv 176.12
quoted underoiscid.

oisecht? n fiadlucht . . . ┐ coibci comslán ó ra sia oisecht, H. 3.17
c. 658a ( O'Don. 928 ); =oísecht full age? (Plummer, MS.
65notes).

oisén(-e) n m.(dim. ofoss)afawn :ní fácbhait
and oisín (-e) minén nā oissén ar lár, Acall. 6283. ticed i rricht eilte . . . co
ndernad ossine de, LL 164 m. sup. g s. máthair ossine,ib.
?pl. uidrine occus oisine | isat muindter daena, ZCP vi 262.8 .
70Asnpr. m.:Oisín mac Find, Acall. 5 andpass. Fianaig.
56.26 .Ossín, 50.8 .Oiséne, 24.1 .Usine, 36.24 . gen.Oisín,
Acall. 33 , 223 .Osin, Fianaig. 64.28 .

oislige n[io,n.] appar. a compd. oflige`lying' (withais`back'?):
oisligi Amargin i Taltin, TBC 4637 (=oisligeSt.,oslaigeAdd.,
75 aisliṅgi n-Aimirgin, TBC2 2955 ), name of an episode in the
TBC which relates how Amargen leaning on his elbow pelted
the Irish host with stones.ossligi, 4683 (oisslighe, St.).
dosbiudc asa aisliṅgi, TBC2 2957.

oisre n m.(Romance loan-word)anoyster :g p. sligein oisrida,
80 Rosa Ang. 294.9 .sligén oisridhe , 23 K 42,294.19 .

oissi part. necess.ofoidid q.v. is o. ¤ menmain, gl.intimanda,
Ml. 115c6 .

oítedach (oítidech) adj o,ā. (oítiu) youthful ; generally coupled
withóc.ócbad óc aítidach, LL 225a4 ( TTr. 567 ).maccáem
85óc aítidech, 220a38 ( TTr. 230 ).in t-aes ócc óetedhach, TTr.2
1218 .ba hoc alainn aidedach an clerech, Moling 29. macaómh
og aoidedhach, Fl. Earls 228.26 .gilla oc aededach, TTebe
1535 (eididech v.l.).a n-aos aoidedhach . . . go haois fherr-
dhata, FM vi 2358.12 . ?maethghilla og eidedhach, ZCP viii
550.8 . ?g s. flesc gilla eitedaig, Acall. 5225 (`clad in garb of
5defence
', SG ii 227 ).pl. ra slaidit a ngillai óca aitedcha, CRR
34 .