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ongad u,m.(vn.ofoingid) in O.Ir.o-st.,g s. indongaith
[ongraith, MS.], Ml. 30b7 .The act ofanointing;unction :int
85ongad, gl.unctio, Ml. 43c11 .int o[n]gath, Thes. ii 251.8
( Stowe Miss. 57a ).ongad .i.ab unguento [sic leg.], Corm. Y
1039 .o. ¤ na ndoine ngalair, LB 258a5 .do o. ¤ mo chuirp, PH
3803 .g s. is uime tánac . . . re haghaidh h'ongtha, a Fintain
to be anointed by thee, Anecd. i 39 § 112. Freq. of extreme
unction:go ndearnadh a fhaoisidin is a ongadh, Keat. iii 984.
5 gur ba marb[h] é . . . iar n-ongadh ┐ aithricche, FM iii 32.6 .
d'eg do bas ongtha ┐ aithrighe, AU ii 560.18 .d'eg . . . fa
buaidh ongtha ┐ aithrighe, iii 22.19 .bás unga ┐ aithrighe,
Maguires of F. § 98.
Alsoungadh(later form influenced by etymology):d'ungadh
10mo chuirp-si, Mark xiv 8. 1 John ii 27. g s. brisfighear a
chuing [do] bhrígh a ungthaidh, Isa. x 27 (leg. ungaidh?).
Compd.gabaid for ongad-c[h]omailt a c[h]uirp do ola,
CCath. 2934.

1 ongaid v ā. anoints seeoingid.

15 2 ongaid v ā. afflicts,injures (cf. 1 ong)?onga[i]m`I wound or
sear
',ongadh .i. gonadh`a wounding', P. O'C. ong .i. brón. . . .
ut dicitur: ni rongad (.i. ni tainic) foichedh cose | i temel cach
ongthae .i. faitech cach foichedach, H. 3.18 p. 73 ( O'C. 117 ).
Acc. to the gloss, the second line of the citation should mean
20 every afflicted person is in darkness (doubt, suspicion); in the
first line we should perh. read:nir ongad=no tribulation was
a (real) affliction (injury) up to (compared with) this
; the gloss
may have been suggested by the gl.ong .i. tadall(see1 ong).
Cf.also:ongtha .i. athghonta wounded, O'Cl.ongtha`wounded
25or re-wounded
', P. O'C.

ongain n f.(< Lat.unguentum?)anunguent,ointment :ni tuccad
o. ¤ na olai fona chuirp, LB 151a21 .nos-imbir o. ¤ slanaide fair
(=salubri unguento superlinere), Lat. Lives 96.11 .do
boltnugud amal bid o u[n]gain ┐ o ḟín ┐ o ḟírchumra, LB
30 135a44 = Todd Lect. vi 48.6 . Unction,anointing :glanruin
na hongaine, LB 258a4 .

ongdás? nin compd.:cona drechongdás toíb samaisce fria cend
`with its face-band (?) of the side of a heifer', Aisl. MC 89.22
(trappings of a horse).

35 1 ongtha part.of1 ongaid(oingid), seeoingthe.

2 ongtha adj io,iā. afflicted,wounded ? see2 ongaid.

onme xseeoenme.

ónmit xseeóinmit.

onn n o,m. (a)thepine-tree :onn .i. ochtach, Lec. 341b47 . ?cue
40(.i. cnú) huindi, Corm. Y 690 =cue uinn, Corm. p. 23 s.v.
greth,cuae uinn, LL 117b33 ( Ir. Texts i 33.21 ); fir-cones
orpine-kernels? (b)thefurze-bush(orash?): onn .i. aiten, Auraic.
1194 .o. ¤ .i. aiten no uinius, 5522 . (c)theletter oin Ogham,
Auraic. 5494. coll ┐ ruis a n-agaid onn(spelling of word
45`cró'), 3962 (rectiusuinn). cro a cubaid fri honn`cro'rhyming
with
`o',ib. is tri onn scribthar onnaid, 5579 .nion, ruis, dhá
onn agus ailm(letters of the nameOnora), Dánta Grádha
vii 13 .

onn n stone see1 ond.

50 ónna adj io,iā. foolish,simple;weak,inefficient ; common in late
poetry.onna .i. baeth, Corm. Y 1028. onmit .i. muit onna,
1029 .nocorbo clann ḟir ónnai, Rawl. 77a28 .don cethrar
naomh neamh-ónda, BNnÉ 283 x .rí . . . narb' onna, ZCP ii
344.2 .dream nach ónna i gcaoir chathaigh`people brave in
55the battle-throng
', Content. xxix 15. go heaglach anbhfann
ónna, Hackett xxvi 37. tagra as a n-ucht is ónna | lucht agra
na héagcóra(i.e. it is idle to plead against our accusers at the
Last Judgement), Dán Dé xxviii 23.

onnaid xseefonnaid.

60 onocorn n o,m.(Romance loan-word)aunicorn :g p. imat
onocorn, Marco P. 162.

onóir n f.(< Lat.honorem) an early Mid.Ir. loan-word, later
alsoanóir(commoner form in PH).anóir anáir (onóir onáir
v.l.), IGT Dec. § 42.17 (f.,g s. -óireor-óra). Honour,respect
65(generally of the outward manifestations thereof),dignity:
ro gab ecla dom onóir I was fearful for my honour, SC 33 ( LU
3727 ).bid mou a onoir i ndail bratha, PH 1601. onoir
domnaig the honour due to Sunday, 5553 .onáir aoidheadh
the honour due to a guest, Dán Dé xviii 14. boi anoir mor isin
70cathraig fair, PH 938. tabair onoir dot athair, 7376 .dobert-
sat onóir ┐ airmhidin dó, FM i 292.2 .fuair anoir agum-sa,
MR 48.9 .coro canait sailm leo ina anoir in its honour, PH
958 .a n-onoir Muire for M.'s sake, Arch. iii 241 § 5. ar an
gcrádh fhuair im anáir which he suffered for my sake, Dán Dé
75 vii 9 . As quasi-vn.:na huile [leg.dúile] Dé oc ar n-airmitin
┐ oc ár n-onoir honouring us, LB 112a6 ( MacCarthy 62.1 ).co
rabhatar uile oc a honoir-siumh, Moling 12. chom aiffrinn
sollamanta ro bui ag onoir an athar naomhtha`in honour of',
Fl. Earls 184.4 .g s. nách mair folliuchta a nglóre nach a
80n-anore, PH 4268. do chuncid onóri o doínib, 6056 .fil do
met m'onora-sa isin Roim so great is my honour in R., CCath.
1142 .glún altruim anára a gclann, Content. xxix 29. inneoin
fhothaighthi onra [= onóra] a teglaig the anvil that sustains
the honour
, MR 108.17 .do réir a onóra ┐ a innmhe, TSh. 861.
85As term of address:adeir bhar n-onoir-si na briathra sin,
Fl. Earls 206.28 .pl.in concrete sense:onori d'fhágbail, PH
4481 .na remiada ┐ na honoire, gl.privilegia, Lib. Hymn.
i 67 gl. 12 .