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opostema n(Lat.apostema)animposthume,abscess ; Rosa Ang.
162.5 ,etc.

opraid v(denom. fromopair) works,exertsoneself:ro obair
bréithir nDé do irrdercucchad, RC xxv 388 § 1.

5 opred xseeoipred.

opreóir xseeoipreóir.

optait n(analogical formation from Lat.optativus, see Ped. i
191 , Thurn. Hdb. § 98 )theoptativemood(in grammar):n s.
optait, Sg. 148a4 .d s. in-optit , 190b6 .

10 opthach adj o,ā. (opad)given torefusing , with prep. or obj. gen.
Esp. ofdecliningorshirking combat: riam nirbat opthaich
im ni they never refused anything, Ériu vi 122 § 10. nírbho
hoptach irgaile é, Ériu iii 170.6 .fear nar optach n-iorghaile,
Duan. Finn i 15.1 .as fir sin nach obthach n-áigh, IGT Dec.
15ex. 595 .

opuing n ascruple(weight): screpall Gaedel din .i. opuingc,
Corm. p. 35 s.v. puingcne=oiffing, Corm. Y 1050. See
affaing.

opunn adj o,ā. laterobunn,-onn,-ann. Quick,swift,prompt :
20 obunn .i. luath, O'Dav. 1305. catha opni erlama`nimble and
ready battalions
', TTr. 1360 ( LL 225a44 ).co narbtar oipni ri
airsclaige na gona dib`prompt to ward off the wounds', TTr. 2056
( LL 244b4 ).muna dherna aithrighe n-obainn, BNnÉ 25 § 13.
In unfavourable sense hasty,precipitate :nibbát ecal ocol
25opond, SC 25 ( LU 3468 ).saothor obund no remar, ZCP vii
311 § 15 (oppd. to:in cosmail caol fodae narrow persevering
routine
). Of events, sudden,unexpected :ēc oponn, Laws v
448.29 Comm. do thámh obunn énuaire, Acall. 1265. do
bhásaibh obanna, TSh. 5438. compar. nach obainne bás na
30croiche ioná an bás nádúrtha speedier, 3786 .Adv. focheirdi
erchor uait . . . docuirethar obonn anmandae ar a chind(=an
animal suddenly intercepts the missile), Corm. Y 1229 =
opund, Corm. p. 43 s.v. taurthait.opund dino atuaid
[= aduaid] Eua in uball, LB 111a18 ( MacCarthy 54.11 ).
35 aiti araciallathar tassic a n-opund who secures restitution
promptly
(?), Corm. Y 1232 =i n-opundLB,tassec opunn
LL.la eirgi súas co opund, FB 25. tanic co hopand chucaind
sollsi dermáir, PH 3777. étid co hoponn siph arm yourselves
quickly
, CCath. 5168. abair re B. nā fuirighedh a Temraig
40ach[t] imthiged asti co hobann at once, Ériu iii 170 § 29. [atá]
canosasion chom a dhenta go hobonn air`he will soon be
canonised
', Fl. Earls 98.2 .
Compd.obann-briathrach cach bras, Arch. iii 229.114
(`hasty-spoken', ZCP xvii 63 § 36 ).

45 1 or n o,m.(cf.W.or`limit, border').
(a)alimit,boundary,extreme , in wide sense:or .i. imeall,
O'Cl.oir .i. imell, Lec. Gl. 428. corrici in n-or(gl.ad summum
eius, Psa. xviii 7 ), Ml. 42c27 .a dā hor, a dā himal, Laws i
106.26 Comm. co huasal .i. na ngrad .i. co hor(i.e. the
50highest limit), iii 16.5 Comm. Esp. confine,frontierof a terri-
tory,etc.: co hor críchi, TBC 813. doluid . . . sech or nUlad,
Lat. Lives 3.7 .is dith legind ocus scol | don Erinn dara hor,
Fél. 198.32 . ?dechain ro dechsat . . . | re hoir in maighi
mongruaidh, ZCP viii 63 § 28. comaillfithir d'Eirinn | idail
55dara hora, Arch. iii 240 § 1. co huru Alba the shores of A.,
Met. Dinds. iii 104.18 .la hor betha búain, LU 9985 = PRIA
iii 358 § 39 .ri ro delb . . . hura co derb im thalmain, SR 38.
co huru in talman, Alex. 237. i n-oraibh imechtracha in
domain, CCath. 2266. Shore(of the sea),bank(of a river),
60 brink,edge(of a pit,etc.):lir co hor, LL 50a3 ( Hail Brigit
§ 16 ).for ur in mara, CCath. 1641. ós ur na Bóinne, CRR 27.
for or abha, ZCP iv 468 § 6. co rriacht huru na haba, Met.
Dinds. iii 290.55 .do ur inn ātha, TBC 3777. for ur in chuthi,
PH 1225. Side,edge(of a road, etc): ar or na sliged, PH 4409.
65 ar or na cēidhe, ZCP vi 35.9 .ba [= fo] hur cairrgi, LL
298b11 .don abhainn baí la hur an bhaile, FM vi 2120.26 . Of
other things, edge,border :dar or n-inneóni, TBC2 1880 ( LU
6395 ).
or i n-or fromend to end :ro ṡír hÉrinn or i n-or, Met. Dinds.
70 ii 66.17 .torann Eireann or ind or, FM i 116.16 .a hur i n-or,
LL 135a49 .or fri or side by side,alongsides :imraiset gusan
luing go mbatar or fri hor, Hugh Roe 10.1 (f. 2b) .
(b) border,hem(of a garment)? cethri ora umaidi ar cech
brat, TFerbe 24 (leg. óa? see3 ó).brat . . . fo oraib corcra,
75 TBC 5500 St.da mhaelasa co n-oraibh ōrdha, ZCP xiii
170.36 (perh. a different word, seefor).
Compd.ri dororainn . . . inn eclais n-orhuill wide-boundaried,
spacious
, SR 4214. ?ind Orderg(name of a shield), Ériu iv
28.6 .

80 2 or n hair,mane? or .i. mong, Corm. Y 121 (s.v. biror) =hor,
LB. O'Mulc. 100. or .i. mogg, RC xi 493 y ( H. 3.18 p. 64a ).
`Perhaps a loan from O.N.hār',StokesThr. Ir. Gloss. p. xxx ;
but possibly =3 or, the term `mong' being used in poetry of
trees, shrubs,etc.?tuc a less ria ais ria or`across his back,
85across his mane
' (of a bull), Met. Dinds. iii 372.93 (possibly a
loose use of1 or).