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Cite this: eDIL s.v. ongad or dil.ie/33878

Forms: ongaith, ungadh

u, m. (vn. of oingid) in O.Ir. o-st., g s. ind ongaith [ongraith, MS.], Ml. 30b7 . The act of anointing; unction : int ongad , gl. unctio, Ml. 43c11 . int o[n]gath, Thes. ii 251.8 ( Stowe M. 57a ). ongad .i. ab unguento [sic leg.], Corm. Y 1039 . o.¤ na ndoine ngalair, LB 258a5 . do o.¤ mo chuirp, PH 3803 . g s. is uime tánac . . . re haghaidh h'ongtha, a Fintain to be anointed by thee, Anecd. i 39 § 112. Freq. of extreme unction: go ndearnadh a fhaoisidin is a ongadh, Keat. iii 984. gur ba marb[h] é . . . iar n-ongadh ┐ aithricche, AFM iii 32.6 . d'eg do bas ongtha ┐ aithrighe, AU ii 560.18 . d'eg . . . fa buaidh ongtha ┐ aithrighe, iii 22.19 . bás unga ┐ aithrighe, Maguires of F. § 98.

Also ungadh (later form influenced by etymology): d'ungadh mo chuirp-si, Mark xiv 8. 1 John ii 27. g s. brisfighear a chuing [do] bhrígh a ungthaidh, Isaiah x 27 (leg. ungaidh?).

Compd. gabaid for ongad-c[h]omailt a c[h]uirp do ola, CCath. 2934.