rábach

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adj o,ā. bold, dashing, unrestrained, profuse : ? mac Ard- gail . . . rabhach, BB 53b25 . Dec[h]et in rathmoghaidh rabach, Ériu x 88.5 . Risteárd Rábach Mac Gearailt, GJ ii 271a1 . ruathar rábach, Hackett xl 106 (glossed .i. toghail, dána). r.¤ ` fruitful, plentiful, luxuriant, profuse , from ráib rape ' (?), P. O'C.

rabad

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n warning see robad.

? rabaing

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ind (B. na f.) atnaidh Bodhp fuasmudh din rabhaing consernaigh inílping buí i curchan, ZCP viii 104.15 .

rabairnech

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adj o,ā. (mod.) lavish, free-handed : i raon rabairneach rachmais is ríoghachta, Hackett xx 17 , cf. xxvi 13 . As subst.: rabairneach Choill tSalathaigh, xviii 10 . Cf. rabairne `genero- sity, prodigality', Dinneen.

rabán

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Forms: ramhán, rabhán

n o,m. a doggerel verse or rhyme : ramhán `a vulgar rhyme, song', P. O'C. rabhán `a rhapsody ', O'R. rabhán gnáth `a vulgar doggrel', O'Gr. Cat. 392.14 (early 17th cent.). id rabhán mhaoth, Content. xxii 21 n. ( 23 E 15, p. 185 ). ag déanamh robhán róibhriste, O'Bruad. iii 90 . rubhán maol, D. Mac- Carrthaigh 66.42 .

rabarta

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x see robarta, -ch.

rabrad

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n warning? rabhradh ó'n éag, O'Gr. Cat. 580.12 . noímh Erenn gan imresain | is a rabhradh beidid sin (prophecy of birth of S. Molaise), SG 18.17 .

rabún

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n raddish : rabuin Zoilomastix lii (Appendix A) .

? 1 rac

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n reckoning, enumeration ? rac .i. aiream, ut est ar cia racaiter . . . .i. ar cia airmither, O'Dav. 1395 ; perh. an infer- ence from the verb; see racaid.

? 2 rac

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n a woman : inann rac ┐ ben, ut est: an rac do cinel fēna | is i domrad fo mēla, H. 3.18 p. 51d ( O'C. 263 ); prob.=frac, the initial being lenited after art. and dropt.

ráca

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Forms: raca, ráca

n m. (mod. Eng. loan-word) a rake (agricult. implement): gach nduine dárbh arm an raca is an tsluasad, Keat. Poems 1392 . Dinneen gives raca `a rack, for pots, clothes' and ráca `a rake'.