From Old Irish ord(d)aigid(ir) (“orders, ordains, institutes; appoints (to an office); assigns, allots (something to someone); orders, commands”), from ord(d) (“order, sequence; arrangement, state, way, course, procedure; degree, rank; dignity, honour; functions, duty, task; rule, regulation, ordinance, institution; ritual, office; clerical ordination, holy orders”), a learned loan-word from Latin ōrdō.
- (transitive) order
- (transitive, literary) institute, found
† Dialect form
- fo-ordaigh (“subordinate”, transitive verb)
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|Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.