onórach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. onórach or dil.ie/33895

 

adj o,ā. (onóir) held in honour, esteemed, honourable: fer anorach, PH 707. dealbh bainntigerna anoraighi, Lism. L. xx 27 . muindtera na righ n-onorach, CCath. 1076. nir bo honórach 'ga athair no 'ga mathair e he was not held in esteem by, BNnÉ 291 z . Of things: sollamain anorach oirmitnech, PH 3609. tempul anorach, 7196 . dinna anorcha `honourable courts', Marco P. 67. a cuibrigibh anórchaibh in honourable captivity, IT ii2 98.4 ( BB 491b29 ) = i cúimrigib ordnige, Alex. 400 . ré hiomchor garma onóraighe bearing a title of honour, TSh. 1381. In sense highly prized, excellent : balsamum onorach, Marco P. 119. erreda anórcha, 121 . is anorach la rigaibh . . . in fheoil sin fria tomhuilt, 162 . is anoruide [leg. -uighe] ┐ is ferr bíadh ┐ deoch iarthuir an domain ina a mbíadh sin, Maund. 196. Adv. ro thócaib [in coimdiu] cu honorach o ingaire choerech intí Dauid, PH 6497. da n- adhnacal . . . go honórach, Cog. 216.27 . gabuis . . . chuige go ro onorach iad received them with great honour, Fl. Earls 20.13 . febh as onóraighe ro ríghadh rí riamh, AFM ii 1160.4 .