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óclachas n uando,m.alsoócláchus.g s. oclachsa, Ml. 46b22 ;
lateróclachais.
Theconditionof being an `óclach', hence (a)theageofman-
80hood ; in Ml. possibly of adolescence, later of ripe manhood,
the prime of life.ho oclachas ón cenid ed as chetnae n-aísin
homine (gl.aetate prima), Ml. 44c26 .ind oclachsa nó ind oited
(gl.iuventutis), 46b22 .colamna ais . . . .i. naoidendacht ┐
macdacht, gillacht ┐ oglachass, sendatu ┐ diblideta, Corm.
85Y 322 .gníma óclachais(oppd. tomacgníma), TBC 983. i
n-aís macantachta . . . i n-aeis a oglachais, ZCP viii 539.23 .
(b) hence manly vigour,valour,qualityorfunctionsof a
warrior :baí dia nertmaire ┐ dá óclachas dasfucastar in
cathmilid, TBC 775. buaidh n-óglachuis ┐ ngaisccidh, ITS
v 170.11 .a n-engnumh ┐ a n-oglachus, MR 314.17 .Conall ar
5láochdhacht . . . Mac Lughach ar ócclachus, FM iii 110.9 .
má's e h'órd an t-óclachas, Acall. 580 (`if armed service be thy
design
', SG ii 115 ).
(c) service,vassalage (common late meaning):ní mérad it'
ócláchas, SG 262.6 .amhsaine ┐ ógláchas do dhéanamh, TSh.
10 2212 .dorighneadar óglachas d'á mbréig-dealbhaibh, Eochairsg.
24.35 .oglachus umul do thabhairt dō(of feudal
service), ITS xix 66.23 .
(d)name of a late kind ofverse (`the servile metre. . . made in
imitation of all kinds ofDan direach', O'Don. Gram. 424 ;cf.
15MacCarthy, Todd Lect. iii 108 ).fer denta rann oglachais,
AU iii 256.19 . See E. Knott, Irish Syllabic Poetry 2.

óclachda(e) adj io, iā. (a) youthful :n p n. óclachdi(gl.iuvenilia),
Wb. 30b20 .
(b) manly,valiant :ocbaid óclaechda imuallach, RC xxiv
20282.2 .eócrand oclaechda uillech, IT iii 13 § 23 = Bruchst.
i § 147 a .

óclaech,-da xseeóclach,-da.

oclaigid v g. (denom. fr.ocal) incenses,makes angry :oclaichther
in rig do marbad in druad, Trip. 462.24 ( LB 27b37 ).oclaigther
25in clerech andsede, RC xiii 66 § 65 ( LL 301b38 ).oglaighthear
Cormac . . . re Mac Cumhuill, Duan. Finn i 18.21 .vn.(as
intrans.)[adbert re M.] cena oclugud ris not to be angry with
him
, RC xiii 106 § 143.

oclatu n d,m.(ocal)hastytemper,irritability ?í forus cen oclatid
30(gl.in longanimitate), Wb. 15d34 (`pride?', Thes.).

ocmad(-maid) [ā,f.]vn.ofocuben.The act oftouching :cid
cuit a ocmaide even as to touching it(gl.ut . . . neque contin-
gerem), Ml. 39a10 .ocmad .i. tadhall . . . i n-ocmadh escoman
in touching impure things, O'Dav. 1333. sacart dibir póic do
35banscal ┐ dugní a ocmaid touches(?embraces) her, Ériu vii
142 § 12. tria ocmith a cuirp, § 16.

ócmíl n d,m.andócmílid ayoung soldier :óc mil(gl.tiro), Sg.
47b2 . Laterasoldier,warrior :ócmilid armach, PH 7230 (n s.).
na hocmiledu .i. principes belli(gl.athletas), Gild. Lor. 51.
40 da saigdeoraib ┐ da n-occmiledhaiph etromaib, CCath. 5708.

ócnat n(óc+-nat,fem.dim. suff., see Thurn. Hdb. § 273 ; in
follg. exx. treated aso-st.)ayoung person :séim anim ocnait
`slight is the blemish of a young man', RC xxvi 16 § 14 (glossed
.i. is bec ind anim do neoch a bith óc, LL 186b24 ).etir laechu
45is laecheasa . . . etir ócu is ócnatu both youths and maidens(?),
Anecd. ii 34.12 .

ocnóe? n fochoid ocnóe(one of the functions of a `fili'), RC xxvi
24.3 =fochatu occnae, YBL: `tribulation of young men',
Stokes, as if =óc-nóe; the gl. in LL 187a51 :is fo chataid
50biim con ríg co mbiim i n-amsa, seems intended for the read-
ing:oc nóe.

ocobal? n ocobal .i. buna[d], Lec. Gl. 331 =ocubal, 152 ;ocobol,
M 145 . Stokes suggestsoccomal=accomal.

ocois xsee3 ocus.

55 ocrach xseeoccorach.

ocras xseeoccoras.

ocsai n(?ócsuícompd. ofócandsuí)m. name of alearnedor
professionalclass:oc sai, comsaire dō fri hairig tuisi, Laws v
102.3 (i.e. he was on social equality with the `aire túise'):
60glossed.i. in ti is oc saidecht .i. forcedlaid ateacher, ib. 11 .

ocse n(abstr. of1 ocus?) nearness,proximity ?tria meit a rait[h]
┐ t[r]ia ocse a fertae`the nearness (?) of her miracles', Lism.L.
327.11 = Ir. Texts i 14.18 .

? octach adj o,ā.epithet of a sea or ocean: issind acen octaig
65duind, LL 278a8 .

octaid (? octad) n f.(Lat.octas, octad-) octave(of a Church
festival): i n-octaidh na hEpifania, ALC i 398.18 .

octauienda adj.formed to render Lat.Octavianus: in caesar
o. ¤ , Sg. 31a3 .

70 ócthigern n m.alsoócthigerna.g s. oigtigern, TBC2 1108 =
óctigernd, LU 5591 ,octhigerna, TBC 1616. oigtigern, Cóir
Anm. 117. octhigirnd, Cog. 116.11 .n p. cethri hoicthigernd,
IT ii2173.4 .ócthigeirn, TTr.2 433. g p. ócthigernd, LU 8084
( FB 6 ).ócthigern, ZCP viii 295.27 .argat n-oigthiagerna,
75 Anecd. ii 58.12 =n-óctigern R. Title of an inferior grade of
nobility or landed gentry
(by Windisch translatedJunker):
eter ríg ┐ rígdomna ┐ airig ┐ ócthigernd, FB 12. on righ nā
on flaith nā on octigerna, Anecd. i 44.4 .ócthigern do denam
. . . di Chonchobur(i.e. to call C. an `ócthigern', an insult to
80his dignity), TBC 1617 =oicthigherna, St.toisech ócthigern
Erenn, ZCP viii 295.27 .clemnas fri hócthigern`marrying
into the family of a franklin
' (an unsuitable match for a
peasant's son), Triads 71 , glossed:re óigthigerna .i. re duine
uasal, p. 37 .mac oclaig no octhigirnd, Cog. 116.11 .trí[datha]
85i n-éadach an amhais nó óigthighearna, Keat. ii 1918. dá
mac décc óigthigherna`sub-chieftains', FM ii 846.12 .tri
fichit óigthighearn`young lords', 698.10 .ard-oicthigern na
nGaedhel`chief prince' (?), RC xvii 403.15 (Tig.).
Of foreigners:rig ┐ rurig, toísig ┐ ócthigeirn na hAssía,
TTr.2 433. amhus no oicctigern no cathardha becc dinnim
5`inferior officer', CCath. 5072.