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80 obel(obil) n(Lat.obelus)anobelus, asignshaped like a dagger or
spit, used to indicate spurious readings in MSS.Orig.masc.:
in tan foruirim obell ┐ astric foir when he put obelus and asterisk
upon it
, Ml. 2a6 (of the LXX version of the Psalms). Later
treated asfem. iā- st.:nach ní dorormacht Septin . . . dorat
85Cirine obail fair. Obail didiu .i.uirga iugalans.i. flesc gonus,
Hib. Min. 10.339 (=obil, Harl.).fo obail ┐ aistreisc, ib. 336 .
ro glinnig na salmu fo obil ┐ astrisc, LU 799 ( ACC § 54 Comm. ).
tintus Septin . . . rocertaig Duid . . . fo obil is fo aistreisc,
ZCP iii 22.15 .oibilid est uirgo iualans (leg. virga iugulans)
H. 3.18 p. 562 ( O'C. 1469 ).

5 óbéla adj.(prep.ó+bél, see Thurn. Hdb. p. 475 ) alsooebéla,
óbéleandóbél.abél, Laws i 140.11 Comm.
(a)wideopen,gaping , chiefly used as pred. or complement
of pred.:huabéla, gl.hiulcus, Sg. 7b15 .no bidis a ngena óbéla
frisna nélaibh, CCath. 2539. Esp. of buildings, doors,etc.:
10 óebéla ro boí in dún, LU 1703 ( RC ix 476.6 ).bithobéle trá in
bruiden the hostel was always open, BDD 64. fáiceb in less
n-óibéla, LL 252a37 ( TBFr. 412 ).frisin tech n-óbéla n-oslacthi,
Aisl. MC 15.5 .ciarbo oebela oslaicthi dorus na cathrach, TBC
1033 .doléccet na doirsi óbhéla don tslógh, Hugh Roe 130.19
15(f. 35a) .adnocul óbela, PH 3473. intan boi int adnacal obel,
D IV 2,40va37 . Of a whirlpool:coire obele yawning, Corm.
Y 323 . Of wounds:aladha obela oslaicthi, CCath. 6085. Of
unfurled banners:amail linas gaoth onchú óbhél oslaicthi,
TBC 3868 St.co facatar . . . na honchonu obeli, CCath. 3530.
20 do tógbhadh a meirgedha . . . obheula, ITS v 184.13 . Asadv.:
osluicid . . . na doirrsi cu hoibheil, Marco P. 150.
(b) transf. of persons open-mouthed,vociferous ?bid belgach
(.i. brēcach) oibella, ZCP ix 170.22 .bid engach oebela, ib.
n. 11 . Of utterance:frecra n-ard n-óbéle, Tec. Corm. § 25.12 .
25 gan guth [n-]ard n-oebela, Aisl. MC 123.2 .
(c) assubst.,anopen space :facbail obele eter bu ┐ laega
`leaving the way open between', Laws i 232.5 .An open mouth?
risna cethaib . . . cubair consnigtis re hoílib[hoibhlibh, Eg.]
na heachraidi, TTebe 2341 ; Calder assigns thev.l.to this
30word, but it may be merely a wrong spelling.dar oilib
[oibhlibh, Eg.]na hechraidi, 3066 .

óbélda adj io,iā. (obéla) open,yawning :amail choire n-obelda,
Dinds. 145 ( RC xvi 158.3 ) =c. n-oebelda, BB 398a37 .

obid (obeid) adjacc. to Ped. i 195 humble;obedient , < Lat.oboe-
35diens,cf.W.ufudd; acc. to Stokes, RC xx 264 ,a poet, < Lat.
Ovidius, cf.W.ofydd`poet' (see ZCP vii 237 ).boe obeid .i.
ara heolcha hi filidecht. Nó humal hé ondhí is oboediens, ACC
80 ( RC xx 264 ) =boi obeid .i. auidus .i. laind, LU 930 =boi
obid .i. . . . ropo humal, LHy. 27b1 ( Goid. 166 ).oibid .i. umal,
40 ut estbui oibidh .i. ro bui curb umhal, O'Dav. 1320. oibid
[obidhv.l.] is umhla go becht | dhá ṡenainm do[n] éisgidhecht
[éisdidhecht, éscaidheachtv.l.], Met. Gl. Ff. 31. óibid umhla,
Met. Gl. 31 § 60.

obil xseeobel.

45 obla(e) n f.(< Lat.oblata, Thurn. Hdb. 519 ;oblatio, Ped. i 226 ).
Declension varies betweeniā- andn- stem (the former perhaps
<oblata, the latter <oblation-).n s. oblae, Ériu iii 102 § 30
(Rule of Ailbe); Thes. ii 252.8 ;indoblae , 253.17 ( Stowe Miss.
64a , 65a );indablu , 251.10 ( Stowe Miss. 33a );ablu, LB 277b9 .
50 a s.(a)inobli , Thes. ii 253.14 .d s.(a)obli, 254.7 - 11 , 18 ;
255.14 . (b)cusinablaind , LB 277b17 .g s.(a)innaoblae ,
Thes. ii 252.19 . ? (b)oblann, Thes. i 494.26 ( L. Ardm. 77a1 ),
perhapsg p.Latern s. abland, LB 251a61 .a s. ablaind, ib. 59 .
g s. innahablainne , ib. 41 .a p. ablanna, ZCP xii 372.31 .
55(a)the consecratedwaferorHost :isund conogabar ind ablu,
Thes. ii 251.10 .in mesad mesas in sacart in cailech ┐ in obli,
253.14 ,cf. int aimsiugud aimsiges in sacart . . . in ablaind,
LB 251a59 .
(b)a smallloaforportionofbread : for transitioncf.med.
60Lat.eulogia= (1) Host, (2) consecrated bread, (3) a gift (orig.
of food). ?gabál oblann(gl.acceptis quinque panibus, Luc. ix
16 ), Thes. i 494.26 ; `receiving of the Host', Thes. but perh.
gp., a translation ofpanibus.oblae ocus lind do ṡruithib,
Ériu iii 102 § 30 , where a portion of food is evidently meant;
65perh. intended forubla`apples' =pomaof the Lat. transla-
tion, p. 112 .nir beith cen biad deitt, cein co fagtha acht
ablaind mbic, Aisl. MC 19.25 . Seeablann.

oblaire n io,m.(cf. obull)ajugglerorrhymester? thetenthor
lowest classofpoet , Laws i 44 - 6 (see RC xxviii 19 ); acc. to
70 IT iii 65 § 132 - §4 the lowest of the three classes of `doírbaird'
or `fográda filed', below the `tamun' and the `drisiuc'; not
however mentioned among the eight classes of `doírbaird'
given ib. p. 5 . His specific composition was the `buaingnech',
IT iii 65 § 134 (where forolbairereadoblaire).secht sceoil
75oc in oblaire, Laws i 46.2 ,cf. v 64.8 .do druith, do oblaire
(.i. fuirseoir), i 156.31 .do druthaib ┐ caintib ┐ oblairaib, iii
24.6 .osna foghradhaib filid .i. tamhan, drisic, oblaire, H.
3.18 p. 644a ( O'C. 1442 ).dā mhac rig . . . rop aiti maitius
[amusv.l.] malle | eisdrecht ocus obhloire, Acall. 3183. Cf.
80 oblóir.

*oblairech n o,m. some species of satiricalcomposition :canait
oblirach [oplirachv.l.]`lampoon', Fianaig. 24.7 (the follg.
poem is an interchange of taunts between two persons).

oblann n[o,n.]anapple-tree (obull=aball)?fechait oblaind,
85āsait ithgoirt`fruit-trees flourish' (?apple-trees bend [under
fruit
],leg. fecait), RC xxvi 34.1 ; glossedoplaind .i. abla ┐
upla . . . no is d'ablannoiph . . . .i. do corp Christ, YBL;[a]bla
ubla, Rawl.;.i. ablanna ┐ corp Crist, LL 188a27 .