From Old Irish óclachas m (“the age of manhood; manly vigour, valour, quality or functions of a warrior; service, vassalage; name of a late kind of verse”), from óclach m (“young man; young warrior; warrior, soldier; attendant, servant, vassal”).
óglachas m (genitive singular óglachais)
- (archaic) (state of) manhood
- (archaic) manly vigour
- (archaic) warriorhood; armed service
- (archaic) service, vassalage
- (archaic, prosody) a style of verse (loose metre)
|Radical||Eclipsis||with h-prothesis||with t-prothesis|
|Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.