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4 ór (óir) co-ord.conj.(variant form of Mid.Ir.uair< O.Ir.
óre,uaire) for,because,since :adfias-[s]a duit . . . orsam
heolach, SR 1786. ní élub . . . ór issam ingen ríg, TBFr. 163
( LL 249b34 ).élaid in mac, ór nár tṡaíl an ní sin, Fél. 12.15 .
5 anfaid-si or is ferr a cenel, LL 274b20 ( Mór Muman 2 ).corab
sailche in duine inā diabul, ór techid in diabul, PH 7440. nā
bi gan gart . . . oir as lat gach ní, ZCP viii 109 § 1.

orach adj o,ā. (1 or) possessing(pertainingto)a coast or shore:
im[me]reid Albain oraig, RC xiii 395.2 ( LL 273a31 ).fo hErind
10oraig, 134b16 ( Todd Nenn. 250.211 ).slíab Etair oraig`S.E.
by the sea
', Met. Dinds. iii 106.59 .Cf. a rennaib órathach ┐ a
n-oilénaib in mhara`into coastal (?) points', Cóir An. 32 (leg.
oracha?). ?cechaing Aed aidchi n-oraig | foraib ba sáer
imrulaid, LL 182b6 = Arch. Hib. ii 56 § 21.

15 órach adj o,ā. (1 ór)made of gold,golden :na ndeighdhealg n-órach,
Ériu v 41 n.

órad n m.(1 ór)the act orprocessofgilding :obair . . . as coir a
beith arna horadh should be gilded, Rule of Tall. 22 § 37. ech
do marmair arna órud, Maund. 8. Fig. ré hóradh bríathar
20 with enticing words, Coloss. ii 4.

órad n m.variant form ofúarad q.v. cen órad, BColm. 100.12 .

orafunt n m.(Mid. Eng.horehunt, Meyer ZCP xiii 192 )name of a
medicinalplant,horehound : pras[i]um.i. orafunt, Arch. i 329.
116 .in t-orafunt, RC ix 238.3 .orofunt, Rosa Ang. 294.15 .

25 óraid v ā. (1 ór) gilds : ? (fig.)ro horthar mo richt. ro saerthar
mo recht. rom-morthar mo nert, IT iii 53.17 .

óraide adj io,iā. (1 ór) golden,gilt :altoir oraidhe, KMMisc. 319 y .
feilm oraighi, ZCP vi 42.12 .imlenda ilgresacha óraide,
Fianaig. 58.23 .do lassaigip orraidhe, Fl. Earls 256.6 .

30 órainech xsee1 órcompds.

oráiste n(mod., Romance loan-word)anorange :for gach
n-oraisti, Fl. Earls 248.30 .crann oraistidhi, ib. 26 .forsna
horaistidhip, 250.1 .

oráit n i,f.(Lat.oratio) O.Ir.oróit; lateroráit,oráid.oraoid,
35 IGT Dec. § 13.17 .
(a)aprayer (prob. a ritual prayer rather than an extempore
one):oraitab oratione.i. airnaigthi, Corm. Y 1014 =oróit,
Corm. p. 34. `oráit' bennacht, Met. Gl. Ff. 29 (óraoid v.l.).
issed canir . . . oróit`Columbai sancte súme nos . . .', Mon.
40Tall. 8. rom-bith oróit let, a Maire!(= pray for me), Hy. vi
23 .aroit lem, a cleirich! pray for me, Aisl. MC 125.6 .ima
ndernai[s]-siu t'oróit, 17.8 (verse).geb arait damsa im na
curcha dia comgi ar na conu alltae, BColm. 54.7 . Esp. in
formula:oróit do (ar) a prayer [is asked] for. . ., common on
45tombstones (generally contractedō), see Thes. ii 286 , 287 .
orait do Moelmhuiri, LU 2764 (entry of year 1345).oráid do
Domnall, 2766 .pl. dognit oraite . . . ina ttengaidh uodén, Fl.
Earls 122.7 .
(b)aspeech,oration (cf.W.arawd), late use:dorinne sé
50oraíd dóibh, Acts xii 21 .maille re uersaidhip ┐ oraidip laitne,
Fl. Earls 36.17 .

oratiandae adj io,iā. Horatian : formed to transl. Lat.Horatianum,
Ml. 3a14 .

orb(b) n o,m. (a) patrimony, landedestate :ní ba tualaing oirb
55ara áetid, LL 315b51 .Galión fir na n-orb n-imgand, 7a51 .
im orb [sic MS.] mic niath, Laws i 202.3 .
(b)anheir,scion :Bran dond . . . orb gaeth, IT iii 13 § 26 ,
cf. 42 § 51 ( Bruchst. i § 11 ).Aed . . . orb rigi rāín, 21 § 62.
co nderna trocairi domm orbaib im degaid(=filiis meis
60credulis), Lat. Lives 22.1 . Seeorbaandcf. foirb.

orb(b)a n io,n.andm.O.Ir.n s. orbbae, Thes. ii 295.12 ( SP
v 11 ). (with art.)an-orpe , Wb. 27c12 .an-orbae , Ml. 100c14 .
forba n-aniúil, LU 7451 ( BDD 101 b ).g s. indorpi , Thes. ii
239.17 ( Ardm. 17b1 ).d s. orbu, LU 1220. In Mid.Ir. also
65 forba, a form which ultimately prevails.
In LL treated occas. asd-st.:g s. forbbaid[=forbbad?],
LL 172b35 ( CRR 11 ).d s. orbbaid, 222a48 .órbaid, 229b48
( TTr. 936 ); by Stokes, TTr. Gloss., considered a different
word.
70 Apatrimony,heritage(of land),real estate , also used in
wider sense of land belonging to an individual, whether
inherited or not, or to a tribe,etc.; often = home,native
territory . Transl.possessio, Ml. 100c14 .orba .i. ferann, O'Dav.
1317 .orba .i. tir dibaid ┐ sealb .i. feronn athar ┐ senathar,
75 Eg. 88 f. 18a ( O'C. 2247 ),i.e.land acquired by bequest or
death of previous owner?Cf. Laws iv 68.26 Comm. senainm
na túaithe forba, Met. Gl. Ff. 28 (dist. from `fonn' =tricha
cét).coro airaimed orba athar(=hereditatem patris sui),
Lat. Lives 38.9 .gaire in druith co n-orbo maintenance of the
80fool who has land
, Laws i 136 y .is mō cach ferann. is ferr
gach orbo, Anecd. v 28.2 (glossed.i. fēin).rindarbbad as da
chrích ┐ as t'orbba, is acainne ḟuarais crich ┐ ferand ┐ forbba,
TBC 5944. ni gaibem forbba nach diles isin bith, Alex. 936.
oc gabail orbai ┐ athardha, Aisl. MC 113.8 .ro baí munter
85Patraic oc búain orba dorigensat a Trian C.`reaping a farm
which they had made
', Trip. 236.1 .roinn forba ┐ fearoinn,
FM iii 650.5 .pl. dodechatar . . . asna forbib ┐ asna ferannaib
failet i comaithches Gréc, LL 232a49 ( TTr. 1124 ).
orbba claidib land won by the sword, LL 146b46 ( PRIA iii
544 § 23 ).is orba niadh ro ghabhsat`a champion's heritage',
5 Cóir An. 249 (of the Dál nÁraide).
In wider sense:Emain . . . orba laech, LL 21a46 .forba
Ulad uili the whole territory of Ulster, TFerbe 748 .críoch-
fhorba fhear nÉirionn(i.e. Ireland), Content. xxx 19. ibar
Baile becc n-orba little of a possession(?), LL 145b5 = MS.
10Mat. 476.14 (`of B. of little land'). (fig.?)ro naiscthea for
lamaib laech | for breithemnas fer firgóeth | . . . a cuit forba
fírinne, LL 376a2 .