No, tha cabhag air x (literally "there is haste on x") is used when speaking about anyone who is in a hurry. Here oirre is air + i (on her), but you could also use orm (on me), ort (on you), air Mairead, air Iain, etc. greas ort or greasaibh oirbh is a command to tell someone/people to hurry up - i.e. said to someone who is not yet in a hurry. Gaelic has two quite different expressions for these situations, while English uses hurry as both a noun and a verb.