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? odaig: n ab auriga(.i. o odaig), O'Mulc. 54 =bodaig, H. 2.15.
Prob. corrupt.

odb n o,m. a p. udbu, LU 5261. g p. adbb, 1143 . In Mid.Ir. oft.
with prosthetic f, which later becomes fixed.fudhb, IGT
5 Dec. § 96.9 .fadhb( fadhbh v.l.), ib. 13 .g s. fuidhb, ex. 1727 .
Mod.fadhbh f.
(a)aknotin a tree,branch ,etc. odb, gl.obex, Thes. ii 42.19 .
odbib(gl.nodis, Ecl. v 90 ) 46.26 (obid,obibMSS.).crand . . .
cen fadb cen amredi, LB 221a42 .slat gan fhadhb gan chnapán,
10 Keat. iii 159. i n-aimsir Oidhbhgein . . . tangadar faidb tría
chrannaibh, Cóir Anm. 267. imscothis na fertse . . . conda
cermnastar itir rúsc ┐ udbu, LU 5261 =fudbu, TBC2 785
(f added later).féth dar fudbu planing knots, TBC 159 (prov.
phrase = overcoming opposition by diplomacy?).ic imthes-
15cad ḟadb, LL 218b41 ( TTr. 130 ).fadhb .i. cnapán no ní
aimhréidh, O'Cl.fuidhb .i. cnapáin,ib.
(b)alump,swellingorprotuberance :ádba mora tecait tre
chorp`ulcers', PH 374. fuil tri fudbu ar a ṡethnaig three
humps on his body
(of a horse), LL 45b24 = MS. Mat. 489 (fig.
20for three hills on a territory). ?clan[n]sat cletha dogra trít |
co ndartsat fo odba bróic, LL 8a50 =fo odhba fóid under a
mound of earth
(?), BB 31a28 .
(c)a knottypoint,difficulty,problem (common later meaning;
for transitioncf. ic fethugud adbb ic éirniud chest, LU 1143
25and TBC 159 quoted above).fadhb .i. ceist, O'Cl. Eg. Gl.
635 .in cóiced find-ḟadb fromtha`the fifth bright "knot of
testing"
,' Met. Dinds. iii 110.19 (where the meaning `hill' is
also implied).trí fuidb dotcadaig: ráthaiges, etargaire,
fiadnaise three ticklish affairs(in which one is likely to come
30to grief), Triads 135. lamh laifeas odba an arm that will over-
throw obstacles
(of a king), IT iii 85 § 95.
Still used in Mod.Ir.:b'shin í an fhadhb there was the rub,
GJ vi 116a16 . See alsoadb.

1 odbach adj o,ā. (odb) knotty,knobby :cona matan matluirge
35fadb-e, FB 37 Eg. (leg. fadbaige; fadbuidhe, H). (fig.)nisam
eolach imnid adbaig acquainted with knotty tribulation, Corm.
37.24 s.v. prúll =nibsa eolaig imnig odbaigh, Corm. Y 1059.
Mod.fadhbhach knotty,intricate .

2 odbach n(odb?)name of adisease(boilsor someth. similar?):
40 odbach ┐ adbach . . . ┐ gach galar bunuid cheana bís i n-
innilibh ┐ doine, Laws iii 6.5 Comm. idhu ┐ odbach .i. in
dubuar, H. 3.18 447a ( O'C. 1103 ).

odbrann n o,m.(odb) Mid.Ir. alsoadbronn,fodbronn.The
ankle :odbrann, gl.talus, Sg. 48a5 . Thes. ii 231.14 .tacmun-
45gad [cu] a adbran[n], gl.tunica talari, Tur. 127a ( Thes. ii 493.
22 ).a p. na hadbronda, gl.talos, Gild. Lor. 187. o adbrond
co hó, FB 38. ó hó cóa fodbrond, 39 .o adbrund co urglune,
BDD 100 h .o a glun co ḟodbrunn, IT ii1177.93 .du. conici a
dā n-adbrond, Ériu i 118 § 11. cechtar a ndā odbrand, LL
50 252b25 .pl. batir adbolmóra a adbronna, LL 117b17 = Ir.
Texts i 33.6 .ni fliuchaim gid mo adbrunnu, TBC 1308.
doruachtatar fuile fodbrondai na míled, Alex. 145.
Seeadbronnach.

ódiu adv. henceforth :odíu co brath, BColm. 52.26 (leg. óndiu?).

55 odor (O.Ir.odur)adj.andsubst.,name of a colour,dun, or
greyish brown :odur(gl. Med. Lat.saurus=subrufus), Thes.
ii 9.28 ( Aug. Sol. 32d ).odar, Corm. Y 1020. a n-étguda, eter
. . . odor alad ┐ riabach, TBC 67. etir dub . . . ┐ odhor ┐ buide,
TTr.2 881.
60(a) asadj. o,ā:crandscíath odor iarndae, BDD 87. do
cromsciathaib odraib, CCath. 4948. brat odhar, Acall. 7600.
bruit odra, BDD 138. a inair uidir! IT iii 91 § 127 (v s m.).
glas cach muine luachra lē i n-airbir fo leith . . . ┐ a hodur in
n-airbir n-aile(i.e. brown or faded rushes), RC xxv 35 § 10.
65 tuc builli dó ind-odhur a chiche in the dun of his breast(i.e. the
nipple), Acall. 3314. a n-odhar a chighe clé, Buile S. 144.4 .
Of animals:panathir brec-odorr, LL 135b29 .mac an tSion-
naigh Uidhir, FM ii 958 x (sobriquet).a chacc cuirre uidhri,
IT iii 102 § 189 = Bruchst. i § 86 .bae móelae odhrae, BColm.
70 84.16 . The cow owned by St. Ciarán at Cluain Iraird was
called the Odor because of its colour:lenaid bó odar eisium
┐ corbo isin in Odor Ciarain, Fél. 202.33 . Hence the name of
the Lebor na Huidre written at Clonmacnois and supposed to
be bound in the hide of Ciarán's cow.Leabar na Huidri, LU
75 2780 (late entry).in mind maith frisin aberr sechi na hUidhri
Ciaráin, Fél. 204.3 .Uidhir Chiaráin, ro scríobhadh i gCluain-
mhic-nóis, Keat. i 78 z .
Ofpersons, ofdarkorsallow complexion? Diarmait hodur,
AU 796 (transld. `yellowe' in Clar. 49 ).Niall Odhor`the
80Swarthy
', ii 76.3 .mac Murchadha uidhir, FM ii 932.16 .ní
thuca in uidir n-apuide(of a woman), ZCP viii 112 x =in
n-udir n-abbuidi, LL 346b13 .re demnaib odraib aéoir, LL
11a42 ,cf. Keat. i 216.6 .
(b) assubst.,name of thecolour , somet. treated asfem.:in
85dub . . . in chiar . . . ind odar, doirchi datha, SR 63. eter
huidir is glegil, 76 . It was the colour assigned to the west
wind:aniar (sic leg.) ind odur engach, SR 72 ,cf. Laws i 26 z ,
28.1 .traigle i nach uathadh ḟuidhre, IT iii 85 § 83 = Bruchst.
i § 88 (`die geringste blasse Farbe', Meyer).cáecca lend find
fuidre of a light dun colour, Misc. Hag. Hib. 30 x .
5Asnpr. m.:Odhar mac Floinn, FM ii 872.9 .Tanaide mac
hUidir, AU 957. Of the eponymous ancestor of the clan Mag
Uidhir:o ríoghaibh ḟréimhe hUidhir, TD 10.7 .mic Uidhir ó
ráidhtear maca Me Guidhir [recteMég Uidhir] Fhearmanach,
Maguires of F. § 1.
10Compds. ¤ buide dun-yellow :ingne odurbhuidhi in seabaic,
CCath. 4031. Acall. 2739 n. amaid arrachta odharghorm
livid,wan , TSh. 6622. ?odoroscrach(name of a bird), Auraic.
5696 .
See alsoodrán.