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omin xseeomne.

? omlithe: adj cona [sic leg.] drolum omlithi`with a polished (?)
handle
', RC xii 100.6 (see p. 122 n. ).

omm adv.used as an asseverativeparticlein direct reported
5speech, indeed,verily ; common in TBC.
(a) in confirming a statement made by a previous speaker
(or implied in a neg. question), like Lat.immo:`Is maith ben
ben dagfir'. `Maith omm', bar ind ingen, TBC 5 ,cf. 118 , 125 .
`Is aíbind in carn út' ar in mac bec. `Oebind omm' bar I.,
10 1205 .`Nách dernad etercert dúib . . .?' ol B. `Dorigned om'
for C., FB 75. `Fochen om eim' ol in uen(confirming a wel-
come just given by her husband), IT i 144.15 . In assent to a
proposition:`Geibid foraib faisam in meic bic'. `Ataimem
omm' bar siat, TBC 934 (=emh, St.).
15(b) in emphasizing the answer to a question:`In tú thuc in
sét . . .?' `Is me omm', TBC 140 (=emh, St.).`In fetar-su
cia fil icond áth?' `Ro fetar omm', 1158 .Cf. 119 , 1770 .
`Dóig arnar tísad Celtchair?' `Nar dóig omm' indeed it is not
likely
, 835 . In a statement:`Maithi na hairm se omm' bar in
20mac(after testing the weapons), 1098 ,cf. 1129 .
(c) sometimes in objecting to a statement or refusing a
request:`Tair romaind . . .' ar in gilla bec. `Mairg atbir ón
omm' bar I., TBC 1222. `Eolas dún, a uasail, co rísem bail
itá in Dond C.' `Ni thó omm' ar Dáre, 147 .Cf. 1626 .`Tair-
25siu linni . . .'. `Ni rag omm', 987 .`Rag-sa, a meic bic', ar C.
. . . `Ni thó' ar in mac bec. `Rachat omm' bar C., 1176 .`Mo
[ṗ]rim-chuit in bargen út' . . . . `Ia ón ómm !' ar in chaillech,
`ro gab a commairgi fort in bairgen so', Ériu i 134.7 ( LL
46b49 ).

30 ommar (ammar) n o,m.also writtenomb-,amb-ur.d p.
hoimrib, SR 2958 , which may represent an older (fem.?)
form with palatal final; see below.omar amar, IGT Dec.
§ 17.16 .
Atroughfor holding water:Iacób no sernad sreith | isna
35hoimrib uiscidib, SR 2958 (=canalibus aquarum, Gen. xxx
41 );cf. donidh Iacob bunnsacha . . . osna homraib, BB 236b47 ;
bundsacha . . . do chur osna lothraib, LB 114a22 .co clais nō
co cro nō co hamar, Laws v 154.20 Comm. (a trough for feed-
ing swine).A largevesselin general, a tub or vat(esp. in compd.
40 lothommar q.v.):ambur .i. ambo ┐ ora. no immi [sic leg.]
a or(i.e. having a circular rim ?), O'Mulc. 43. lothar .i. amar,
O'Cl.indles cach n-ombur, Laws iv 312.22 .ammbur indlait
washing-trough, 310.10 .ris an amar n-ionnluid, IGT Dec.
ex. 767 (:dalladh).deich n-ommair . . . do humu lavers(of the
45Jewish Temple), Rawl. 79a34 .an t-omar comadbal cloichi i
n-ar baistedh Constantinus, Fl. Earls 200.23 .The hold of a
boat or ship
:long . . . gan usce 'na abur, CF 49. Hence meton.
of the boat itself:i n-amur biuc, Anecd. i 65.3 (a n-ammur
v.l.). In Bedell of a vat for crushing grapes:umar bhrúighte
50fíona, Isa. v 2 ,cf. lxiii 3 .ó na n-omaruibh ḟíona, Jerem.
xlviii 33 .
Windisch refers to this word the compd.smirammair, TBC
4427 ,g s. na smiramrach, 4426 ,cf. Smirombair, TBC2 2870 ,
afem. gutturalst. with slender final; if the same word, it
55may represent an older form ;cf. SR 2958 quoted above and
Ml. 96c1 :dundumuir .i. dufuargabsat huisci moro robuir in
tan romboí popul Dǽ foramuir, gl.ad oram [Rubri maris]
whereumuir(amuir) may meantrough, channel.

omna n io,m. a s. omnae, LU 5213. g p. Ucht noi n-omne, Trip.
60 338.11 ( Ardm. 17a2 ). Later alsofem., see LL 128b45 , 35a19
quoted below; treated asd-st., TBC 3790 (a s. omnaid).omna
m.,pl. omna,-dha, IGT Dec. § 2 (p. 40.1) ;d s. ót omna ḟaid-
chennaigh, ex. 69 , is proscribed as incorrect (ót o. ¤ faidchen-
nach, correct).
65(a)theboleof atreeor sometimes atree, by later glossators
identified with theoak. omna .i. fuamna .i. mor fuaim gaithe
fair, Corm. Y 1026 (apparently of the whole tree including
foliage).omna .i. dair. omnadha .i. dairghe, O'Cl.bun
n-omna(used as a boundary-mark), Laws iv 142 y Comm.
70 benaid C. omnae . . . ┐ scribai(u)s ogum ina taib, TBC2 735.
lingid F. tarsin n-omnai, 761 .oc esorcain omnai ibair a yew-
stem
, Trip. 218.14 (ommna, Eg.).remither re homnai ngíuis
a pine-stem, Alex. 656. omna dairbhre darach, ITS xxiv 40.3 .
mar thregdas fodb omnaid, TBC 3790. hi tír omna, FB 47.
75 ro bui omna ar a chind, ZCP xiii 178.23 (story of Absalom,
=quercus, 2 Reg. xviii 9 ). ?a mainib (no omnái) cach mess,
Corm. p. 33 s.v. ness ; a variant perh. suggested by double
meaning ofmess:all mast comes from a tree (? oak).ar scáth na
homna, ZCP vi 65.22 . As fictivenpr. m.:Fadb Darach hua
80Omna, CRR 18. Cf.the nickname:Conall crannamna, AU
659 .g s. Conaill chrandamnai, 695 .mac Conaill Chrandomnai,
RC xvii 211.6 (Tig.).
(b)fig.of a warrior or hero:omnae ōir, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 29
§ 28 .dorodbad inn omna ard, LL 128b45 ( MacCarthy 188.4 ).
85 la Oengus n-óc n-ardomna, 185b6 ( Arch. Hib. ii 92 § 3 ). Of
saints:Brigit ┐ Fintan . . . dī omnai óir, 35a19 .
(c)aspear-shaftorspear :omna .i. ga no sleagh, O'Cl.colg
is bán-omhna 'n-a bhais, TD 20.39 (glossed in two MSS.
omhna .i. sleagh nó gai).tuinsemh an omna, Hugh Roe
256.19 (fo. 68a) .no gebed . . . na claidbe ┐ na sunnu ┐ na
5homnada, TTr.2 1489.
(d)amast :do cheangladar na homnadha . . . dona ruadh-
bhórdaibh, ML 46.21 .