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ÓRAM [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

ÓRAM
in CHÓMH BRÉAGACH {le?} HS. (or TUARAM), as false-tongued as ORAM, {confer} CHILI'S BH., a character in tipperary folk lore. BRBA, {genitive} {idem}, {masculine} heritage;
a farm or holding, {especially} glebe-land. BRBAIRT. See SORBAIRT, BRC, {genitive} UIRC, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} a pig;
a young pig, ORAM CRÁNACH, {idem};
a hound, beagle or lapdog ({also, alias} CIRC, ORAMCl);
a salmon ({Citation:O'Clery's Irish Glossary}), a torpedo-fish, a whale;
{also, alias} a hen-egg ({ibidem}). a rail or stake ({ibidem});
.{figuratively} a lord ({confer} TRIATH);
inre UIRC, the orkneys;
ORAM BREAC BROINN-SIONN, a speckled white-bellied salmon;
GNÁTH ADHAL (AEL) GAN ORAM, no pig, no fieshfork;
na H-UIRC IS NA H-EAIRC AGAC, you have ail you want;
UIRC IS ÉARLA, holus bolus. BRC, {genitive} UIRC, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} a pitcher, a hollow (P. P.) ({confer} ARC, a strait). CIRC, {genitive} UIRC, {masculine} Orcus. BRCA, {genitive} -U, {dative} -IN, {plural} OIRCNE, {feminine}, calf of the leg;
{also, alias} CRT. BRCÁN, -ÁIN, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} a little pig,.{figuratively}, a glutton. BRCHRA, {genitive} {idem}, {masculine} act of destreying, wasting, withering;
decline, eclipse, death, decay, woe;
MOCH-ORAM, extinction in youth;
M'O,! woe! alas! {also, alias} URCHRA EARCHRA, ARCHRA;
{verbal} of archrenim (early), {confer} CRINNIM, I gnaw. BRCHRACH, -RAIGHC, {adjective} wasting, decaying;
afflicted. BRCHRAIM, {transitive verb}, I destroy, wither, eclipse;
NACH ORCHRANN UILLE, that might does not destroy ({Citation:O'Bruadar}). CHRD, {genitive} ÚIRD, {plural} {idem} and ÓIRD, {masculine} a hammer, a sledge-hammer;
ÓRAM IARNAIDHC, an iron sledge;
S LÁMH-ÓRAM, a hand sledgehammer, a hammer;
CEAP-ÓRAM, a little sledge;
IS MALL BUILLE AN AON ÚIRD, slow is the stroke of the single sledge (prov.);
AN T-Ó- MÓR, the Easting Sledge;
ORD, {genitive} UIRD ({Regional:Uladh}). CHRD, {genitive} ÚIRD, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} order, arrange, ment, series;
custom, law, practice, procedure;
ordo, ritual, office, liturgy;
an order of angels, religious, {et cetera};
a class or caste;
vaguely, AN T-ÓRAM, the church or hierarchy, friars, churchmen, {et cetera};
ÓRAM AIBGHITREACH, alphabetical order;
ÓRAM ULMHREACH, numerical order;
ÓRAM BRCITHEAMHNACHTA, order of judicature;
ÓRAM FOIRCEADAIL, order of instruction, curriculum;
ÓRAM DÉANTA USNAIGHTHE, order of prayer;
ÓRAM AN PHÓFTA, the order of marriage, marriage ceremony;
AN T-CH, MARBH, the liturgy for the dead;
CH. BEANNUIGHTHC, iioly Orders, sacrament of Ordination, {South} COISRCAGTHA, BH. SAGAIRT, {idem};
CH. CRÁBHAIDH, a religious Order, CH. RIAGHALTA, {idem};
ÚIRD AN CHIRC, the orthodox clergy (poet.);
ÓRAM ÁR MBHEATHADH, the ordering of our lives;
AN DEICHEAMHADH ÓRAM AINGLIDHE, the tenth angelical order;
MAR STRÍOBHTAR {le?} H-ÓRDAIBH AN EOLAIS, as the learned orders write;
THUG MASLA Do'N BH., who insulted the Church;
'SAN BH. GUR CHEANGAIL STH. till he joined the Order;
i N-ÓRAM AGUS i N-EAGAR, fully arranged;
DO RÉIR ÚIRD, according to Order or rank, in sequence, IAR N-ÓRAM, {idem};
IAR N-ÓRAM DLIGHTHEACH, in proper or lega, order;
PILL ORM SÁ'N ÓRAM DAR IMTHIGH , return to, me the same as when yen went away;
{negative} AN-ÓRAM, disorder, indignity.
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