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occoras

Cite this: eDIL s.v. occoras or dil.ie/33417

Forms: ac(c)oras, ocras, ocras, ocaras, acras, acaras

n o and u, m. (< od-+car- `love', Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 482 ) also ac(c)oras, later ocras. ocras ocaras acras acaras (m., o- and u- st.), IGT Dec. § 38.15 .

Lit. a craving (for); desire (for), need (of), with obj. gen. cen occurus cotulta, SR 8379. cen ocorus bíd nó étaig, LU 2470 ( RC iv 256.6 ). accorus bííd no digi, PH 5022. is ar accuras clainde in tan condrecumm fri ar sétchi desire of offspring, Alex. 891. cid so a bean . . . in n-occorus in gilla teiti, YBL 136b5 . ainmne gan ocrus, RC xxviii 322.7 . Absol. hunger (general later meaning): ar uacht is ar accorus , LL 360a marg. gorta ┐ occuras, LB 256b37 . oc dil occorso do cheli De satisfy- ing the hunger of a servant of God (?), Ériu i 46.2 (text doubtful). gné ṅgorta ┐ accorais do beth fair, PH 4780. fuacht ┐ íota ┐ ocras, TSh. 6915. Proverbs xix 15. nathair nimhe an ocrais, Keat. Poems 1208 (= greed?). acrus [acarus MSS.] dá marb- hadh, Hackett xvii 4.