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órphell n m.(Fr.orfroi< Lat.aurifrigium; form perh. due to
popular etym.ór+pell) orfrey,gold embroidery :lamanda co
n-órphell imma lamaib (orpheltv.l.), RC x 64.2 .

orra xseeurra.

orrach xseeforrach.

5 orrad xseeurrad.

orraim xseeurraim.

? orrlad (ordlad) n m. anedge,rim ?comghēr ré hórrladh(of
a bridge), RC xxix 118 § 16. re horrdladh(of a path along
edge of a cliff), 136.29 . Acc. to Thurneysen Heldensage 398
10n. 3 < Fr.ourrelet, ourlet`hem'.Cf. 1 ordlach.

1 ort n m.(cf. oirgid) killing,slaughter,injury ?ort .i. orgain,ut
estatá trí orta ata annsam i comaithces`damages', O'Dav.
1324 .ort .i. bās, 1313 .guth-ort .i. guth-orcuin, O'Mulc. 686
(gloss on name of river Guthart). ?de ord. Hiruaithinso
15 concerning Herod's fate, LB 142b21 .d'oirdiu [leg.d'oirdib]
Iruaith ┐ na nÍudaide ro marbad leis, ib. 19 .dom-faraill, ni
duairc in t-[o]rt, | beim nad borb dot abainn aird, ZCP vi 263
§ 5 .in tan bius do cuaráin acat ort when your shoes are pinch-
ing you
, H. 3.17 c. 114 ( O'Don. 137 ) =agid lot, Laws i
20300.23 .

2 ort xsee also1and2 ord.

1 orta adj io,iā.part.ofoirgid:caidet aiscedha . . . conaighe? is
fosgeba mon orta thou shalt get them for the slain man, ZCP
xii 245 § 8 .

25 2 orta part. necess.ofoirgid:nípu orta ind orgain the slaughter
should not be wrought
, BDD 96 (iurtha,horta v.l.).

ortagraiph xseeordagraiffe.

ortaid v slays , analogical form from pret. ofoirgid,q.v.

1 ortha n n,f.(Lat.oratio, older derivative thanoráit)ortha
30artha[orrtha, árrtha add.H], IGT Dec. § 8.7 . In late lang.
alsoórtha,iā-st.
Aprayer, esp. a formal or memorized one, whether recited
or sung: (a) of Christian worship:a canar dind offriund . . .
iter introit ┐ orthana`prayers', Thes. ii 252.14 ( Stowe Miss.
35 64b ).Níníne écess doríne in n-orthainn-sse, ii322.2 ( Hy. iii
pref. ).co n-orthonaib(of Tabernacle worship), SR 4323.
orda (.i. guide), ZCP v 486.7 (B. na f.). Misereatur┐c .i.
orrtha as gnáth do rádh san absolóid, MacAingil 332.12 .ag
radh na horrthan so, Parrth. Anma 324.12 .ro gab .l. salm ┐
40.l. orthan, Cog. 196.27 . Asiā-st.:an aoine órtha .i. an ched-
aoine don corghas, BNnÉ 219 n. 2 .tri caoca salm . . . dá
chét orrtha, O'Gr. Cat. 637.25. Of heathen worship:gabaidh
.iiii. horthana for cét frisna deibh, Marco P. 170.
(b)anincantation,spell,charm :iptha ┐ éle ┐ arthana, TBC
45 3638 ,cf. 3640 .do chuir orrtha innte do tromugud a codulta
put a spell on it(a bed), RC xix 154.5 ( Fier. 136 ).ar n-órtha
chodail our sleep-charm, TD 25.7 .sribh . . . 'na orthain d'ḟir
ḟiabhrasa, IGT Dec. ex. 1023. im arthan bewitched butter(?),
ex. 299 .orthana filidechta(used in healing), O'Gr. Cat.
50 239.30 .aos órtha`chanters' (of lampoonists), O'Bruad. ii
138.3 .

2 ortha adj certain,sure ?ortha .i. airithi,ut estni o. ¤ angnais
aithni .i. nocha n-airithi lium aithne intí bis a n-ingnais
`uncertain seems to me a deposit by him who is not in possession'
55(?who is absent), O'Dav. 1306.

3 ortha v 2 s. imp.seeurthaid.

orthanach adj o,ā. (1 ortha) potentin prayers (incantations):
demna Connacht . . . do dhing Asnat orthunach | isin fairrgi,
ZCP v 23.2 .

60 Órthannán pn m. the riverJordan (late Mid.Ir.):g s. sruth Órthan-
náin, Ériu i 96.17 ,cf. Maund. § 91 , §95 (Orthannain,Orrthan-
nain), Anecd. ii 29.5 (Orthannáin).Cf. Iordanén.

órthóir n i,m.(ór)agilder ;(fig.) one who embellishes:órthoir
gach uirsceoil, Arch. Hib. i 100 § 22. orthóir dána, 23 G 24
65(RIA)p. 392 . In O'Gr. Cat. 399.17 :íorthóir in fhíor-oinigh,
we should prob. readórthóir.

1 os(s) n o,m.orig.neut.?n s. an-oss , Hy. v 57. a s. gaibid a
n-os ba neasom do, TBC 688 YBL =inn-oss , LU 5170. n du.
dā n-oss, IT iii 245.59 ( LL 246b39 ).
70Orig. prob.a bovineanimalof any kind; used of an ox:isait
coin altai in degboin . . . ┐ isait .vii. n-os impi, Ir. Texts i 9.7 .
Lateros(s) allaid(oroswithout adj.) =awild ox= adeer,
stag; earlyobsol. and confined to poetry.`os' ainm gach
áirdfhiadh[a], Met. Gl. Ff. 51. os .i. fiadh. na hois .i. an
75fiadhach, O'Cl.dēine . . . inā hos (.i. luaithe inā fiadh), ZCP
v 487 § 2 .oss no muc allaid, Mon. Tall. 6 (used for food).
i richt oiss allaid, LU 1246. peata ois a tame deer, Laws iv
114.10 (glossed.i. amuil na bu, 14 ).bá-sa chú-sa gabála uis,
LU 9326 ( Kilk. Arch. J. 1871, 380.25 ),cf. Anecd. iii 53.10 .
80?déna ingeilt ois, KMMisc. 262.1 (advice to a king:graze like
a deer
,i.e.thoroughly, use no half-measures?).pl. ois alta,
TBC2 681 =oiss, LU 5163. ropat choin altai ┐ ois, Thes. ii
293.7 ( SP I ).uiss ┐ altai na crích, LL 265a5 ( MU 20.25 ).ois
┐ allta ecendsa na ndithreb, CCath. 882. amail ossu allta,
85 Cóir An. 213. fer gonas ossae, Corm. Y 1168 =f. ghonas
ségu .i. ossa alltai, Corm. p. 41 s.v. ség.i ndelbaib oss n-alta,
TBC 1452. alma do ossaib alta, LU 1275. os banṡegainn
a doe, Cóir An. 142. Used of a wild boar?tathich torc allaid
a trét | fo thuaith dosephain a n-oss (.i. in mucc allaid), Hy.
v 57 ( Thes. ii 341 ).
5Compds. ¤ airbe f. adeer-fence , O'Dav. 1366. ¤ berna:
dreim re hoisbherna`deer-pass', Buile S. 92.3 . ¤ breth f.
ajudgementaboutdeer: pl. osbretha, Laws i 182.1 (glossed.i.
im corus lin, im cāin n-inbir, ib. 7 ; transld. `water-judgements');
cf. iii 448.15 .i n-osbrethaib .i. . . . i mbrethemnas na n-os
10n-allaid, O'Dav. 1293. ¤ eilit f. adoe :g s. laoigh a broinn
oisseilti, Ériu vii 197.7 =osseilt`deer-herd', 2.9 (where LL
118a9 readsosseilti). ¤ éit deer-cattle, aherdofdeer :a p.
osséti, IT iii 245.59 ( LL 246b40 ). ¤ feoil f. deer-flesh :iascach
┐ enach ┐ osḟeóil, TBC 1955. eire ossfeola, CCath. 2933.
15 ¤ gamain adeer-calf,fawn :i rricht osgamna allaid, LL 210a
38 . ¤ lethar deer-skin :inar . . . isé uaigthe osslethair, TBC
2528 =osslethar, TBC2 1872. ¤ molt aram :d'olaind na
n-osmolt, Acall. 5226. ¤ ogam, Auraic. 5842 (name of a
species of Ogham in which the letter-groups were calleddam,
20elit, iarnu, laeg).