Print Edition

A B C D1 D2 E F G H I L M N O P R S T U


ord(d)an n o,m.(1 ord) orig.fem.(n-st.,n s. ordu?) ?a s. fri
orddain , Thes. ii 295.10 ( SP v 5 ),cf. lahordam , Laws v 106.28
(leg. hordain).d s. co n-orddain (.i. ordan) adbail, Hy. iv 7
65(reading of T =co n-orddonF,go n-ordanL). ?g s. sarugud
ordan .i. sarugud in uasail, O'Dav. 1332 ;cf. lind ordan
`a pool of splendour', FM i 232.5 poem (butn s. hordan, ib. 6 );
see also exx. ofg p.quoted below.
Dignity,honour,pre-eminence :ordan .i. grádh no uaisle,
70O'Cl.bendacht for ordan Brigte, Hy. i 50. bennacht for
orddan maic Dé, Met. Dinds. iv 68.149 .ro scáich ordan
Neran`Nero's sovranty', Fél. Prol. 121. tuc cruth a máthar
┐ a athar ┐ a n-ordan diblínaib, TBC2 183. ním-raib orddan
nā feba | no-dombera i píana(a prayer), ZCP vii 308 z .ar
75airechas ┐ uaill ┐ ordan, FB 93. at mathi a chland . . . im
gart im allud im ordan, LU 4265. daighḟir dánai gu n-ordan
mór, Arch. iii 298 § 68. g s. topur ind hordain ḟorláin, SR 994.
tri indchoisc ordain .i. sodelb, saíre, sulbaire, Triads 254.
Cf. 246 .
80In wishes, salutations,etc.:orddan ┐ tocad duit! IT i 71.19 ,
cf. TFerbe 781 .ordan ┐ airechas duit! LL 279a38 . In
asseveration:tar t'ortan-su`by thy dignity', Trip. 246.21 .
dar th'orddan-so, LL 285b38 .
In sense raisingtodignity,ordaining ?i n-Antóig a ordan
85Petair`the installation of P.', Fél. Feb. 22 , expld.:oirdned
Petair i nAntuaid, p. 78.4 .la hIacoib ordan`the ordination
of James
', Dec. 27 (=ordinatio Iacoib, p. 262.18 ;oirdned I.,
Mart. Gorm.).
In coll. and concrete sense nobility,aristocracy :is hí breth
orddain Hérenn, Ériu iv 98 § 27. As alleg.npr. m.:Buaid ┐
5Orddan ┐ Taiced [= Tocad] a trí n-aite, LL 30d57 . Used of
persons:Niall . . . ordan Ulad, LL 141a13 .a orddan a Aíd,
148b7 = KMMisc. 266.2 .Maeldúin . . . ordan Gaedel ō
cleircib, RC xvii 397.3 ,cf. 374.27 .
pl.in distrib. sense:la hIacob ṅ-ordan`James of the digni-
10ties
', Fél. Ep. 256. imrōl tocaidh ocus ordan ocus ānai, Arch.
iii 298 § 64 .muime ordan ┐ altrama do thuathaib na hAissia
(of Persepolis), Alex. 416 ; theg s.would be more natural in
these exx.

ordanás n o,m.(late Romance loan-word) ordnance,artillery :
15 an t-ordanás mór, Hugh Roe 144.22 (f. 38b) .comhscaoílter
uile ordanass in baile, Fl. Earls 40.23 .long lán d'ordanás ┐
do ghunnaidhib, AU iii 520.23 . FM vi 2028.7 .

1 ordlach n s,n.latero,m.(1 ordu, see Ped. ii 55 )orrlach ordlach
(m.,g s. -aigh,n p. -aighi), IGT Dec. § 55.10 .Aninch :tri
20graindi i n-orlach, Laws iii 334.20 .in grainne eorna teit a
tomus in orlaidh, ii 252.16 .escra(d) dā orlach dēc, 176.17 ,
cf. iv 118.28 (ordlach).sē ordlaige i ndorn, iv 276.22 .na tri
grainde adearar a n-ordlach .i. grainde coirce ┐ g. eorna ┐ g.
cruithneacht[a], Lec. Gl. 279. ceithri gráine an t-órdlach,
25 O'Gr. Cat. 240.32 (med. text).ogh rerchirce [sic leg.] iiii
ordluighi a timcomac, O'Dav. 1375. ní béram-ni mod n-
ordlaigh secha so we will not budge an inch, TBC 5978. tri
hordlaighe, AU iii 438.16 .cígh . . . nár aoirdigh fós d'órdlach
that never heaved an inch, Hackett xxi 46.

30 ? 2 ordlach n m.(2 ordu)apiece :co torchuir . . . for talmain 'na
dá ordlachimthroma, Fianaig. 98.4 ( Eg. 1782,24a2 ). Ex-
pansion seems doubtful;leg. ordain(2 ordu) ?

? 3 ordlach n m. ahero ?ord .i. ard .i. calmaunde dicitur
ordlach, Corm. Y 1030. ordlach`a valiant hero', O'R.

35 ordnasc n f.(1 ordu+nasc) freq. writtenornascand later
probably taken asórnasc.Athumb-ring: n s. indordnasc , LL
251a8 ( TBFr. 285 ).a s. indornaisc , LL 249b37 ( TBFr. 166 ).ind
ordnaisc, LL 251b4 ( TBFr. 330 ).d s. dindordnaisc , LL 251b49 ( TBFr.
324 ).ordnasc óir im ordain cach ae, BDD 119. ornasc arcait,
40 TBC2 2707. dobert Art a chlaideb ┐ a ornasc óir di, ZCP viii
310.27 . With prosthetic f:a fánne ┐ a falge ┐ a fornasca,
TBC 65. Acall. 2473.

ordne,-ed,-id,-igid xseeoird-.

ordnige x PH 4250 , seeoirdnide.

45 ordochán n m. order,arrangement :co claechligdis a stait no a
suidheochan no a n-ordochan(of the planets), ITS xiv 120.9 .
Seeorochon.

ordóg n f.(1 ordu)athumb; a greattoe. inad i ndelaighenn in
ordog risin traigh, O'Dav. 715. a n-alt medonach na hórdóigi,
50 O'Gr. Cat. 298.26. ar ordóig a láimhe . . . ┐ ar ordóig a ccoise,
Exod. xxix 20. pl. ordóga a lámh ┐ a gcos, Judges i 7.
Donnchad na n-ordóg(nickname), AU iii 420.10 .

1 ordu n n,f. athumbor greattoe :orddu lámae, gl.pollex, Sg.
68b13 .ordu na coisi amhuil órdu na laime, Laws iii 350.16 .
55 co ruige deil n-ordan (.i. co bun i ndeiligenn in ordu risin
traigid), iv 112.14 , 114.2 ,cf. O'Dav. 715. ordnasc óir im
ordain cach ae, BDD 119. ordu Thomais . . . i toeb Críst,
LB 177 m. sup. naiscc for ordan [leg.ordain?] mo lamha,
ZCP xii 391.5 =ordain, Reeves Adamn. 272.13 (Brussels
60MS.); for story see Fél. 156.31 fg. and BCC § 276 , in both of
which a little finger (ludacán) is substituted for the thumb;
in § 15 of the poem for:mh'ordan lát ordan it chill, ZCP xii
391 (i.e. our cults shall be jointly celebrated in thy church),
the Brussels MS.(Reeves 272 y)reads:m'ordan lam' ordain
65 my cult as well as my thumb (shall be preserved).tuc a ordain fó
a dét, Acall. 203. a du. co ro etarsccarsat lēighe a dí ordain
fris cut off his great toes, Hugh Roe 24.15 (f. 7 a) ,cf. FM vi
1926.21 . Later supplanted byordóg. See also3 ord.

2 ordu (orda) n n,f.(same word as1 ordu?) withpalatalstem
70inpl.forms.orda, IGT Dec. § 5. a p. oirdne,ib. ex. 254 .
Apiece,morsel,portion, esp. offishormeat: lethbairgen
┐ ordu eisc, LU 1846 ( RC ix 494.15 ),cf. LU 1848 (ordo).mas mor
an orda eisg . . . mas mion-oirdni bhias ann, Rule of Tall. 4
§ 3 .dorat . . . do Ísu ordu do bratan fhonaithi, PH 6711. g s.
75 sáidis bir cacha hordan dib(of pieces of meat), Aisl. MC 63.7 .
na nai n-oirdne ésc, BCC § 84. Freq. of human bodies cloven
asunder in fight:is dā orddain dogenad de, TBC 1888. ZCP
vi 46.14 .gach láoch dhíbh ina dhá ordain, Duan. Finn i 14.4 .
doríne trí hoirdne dhe ┐ ba hí in treas ordu dhíbh a c[h]enn,
80 Acall. 1920. ina n-oirnib (n-airdnibv.l.), Celt. Rev. iv 14.23
(of slain warriors).ní bḟuaradar dha mnaíbh . . . acht oirdinid
dubha tóiteáin charred fragments, Ériu i 22 z (oirthnibh,
óirdinibh v.l.;leg. oirdne).
Cf. oirdnibh`splinters', O'R.

85 ordugud u,m. vn.ofordaigid. (a) arranging,settling,disposing;
anarrangement,disposition :tricha sáer . . . ocá dénam ┐ oca
ordogud(of a house), FB 2. ordugud a longphuirt, CCath.
1738 .césta ┐ caṅgni in choicid d'ordugud to settle, adjust,
TBC 869. co fhaiced cia hordugud dobertha for Ísu(= what
sentence would be passed on Jesus), PH 3137. coro iarfaig do
5Chund . . . a himthús a hordugod`her destiny and her disposal',
Met. Dinds. ii 76.64 .ro machtnaig . . . in n-ordugudtuc B.
forsin immum the way B. divided the butter, LB 63a21 = IT i
40.15 (wrongly printedordnugud).cech airchindech . . . bís
ind-agaid in ordaigthi sea(= who acts contrary to these
10regulations), Ériu i 219 § 7. do thuaruscbail orduighti cuirti
Maghnais`governance', Maund. 202. pl. atait ordaighthe
imda forsna macaib faosma(= adopted sons are variously
classified), Laws iv 288.18 . Later in general sense of arrange-
ment,constitution,method,way :do bhattar aran orduccadh
15sin co cenn trí lá they lived in this way, BNnÉ 55 § 58. ag
buaidhreadh Éireann ar an ordughadh soin harassing Ireland
in this manner
, Keat. iii 2923. a n-ordughadh a gcossanta
arranged ready for defence, Fl. Earls 32.4 .do shiobhuil sé a
n-ordughadh ar féadh chríche na G., Acts xviii 23 (`in order').
20 don druing chuireas ordughadh orra féin re hucht an bháis,
TSh. 2699. da raibh an pulsa . . . ag deghordugad(= beating
normally), 3 C 19,266 ra10 (med. text).
(b)anorder,decree,ordinance (late):tic ordugad on arsadiuc
. . . fon dis sin do chrochadh an order came to hang the two men,
25 Fl. Earls 64.6 .ag órdughadh mallacht da anum (= cursing),
Job xxxi 30. gur áthruigheadar an t-órdugh the ordinance,
Isa. xxiv 5. do réir órduigh Dháibhi, 2 Chron. viii 14. reachta
┐ dlighthe ┐ orduighthe, Keat. i 228.39 .Cf. fuagra, ordu-
gh[adh]`publishing', Eg. Gl. 277. In med. texts used of
30prescribing, Rosa Ang. 80.12 , 284.8 .