rád

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Forms: ráda, rádh, ráidh, rádha, rádha

n o,m. in later Mid.Ir. often ráda. Orig. neut.? prefixes n- in chevilles: g s. prob. in: relat tria rintriuchta ráid SR 7829 . n s. rádh n-aicenta, IGT Dec. ex. 308 (r.¤ aigenta v.l.). rad ndiuit ndian, ZCP x 46.1 . rádh m. (g s. n p. ráidh, rádha), ib. § 38 (p. 88.6) . rádha, § 3.12 . In later lang. with pl. end- ing -te, ráidte, ráitte.

(a) as vn. of ráidid, the act of saying, uttering, speaking , with gen. of thing said and FRI of person addressed: is [ed] rodaucai do rad inna mbriathar-sa, Ml. 46a19 . a rád do ḟilid that it should be said by a poet , Sg. 140a1 . doromenathar ní do rád fris forgets to say something to him , Hib. Min. 14.473 . co cúala in guth 'coa rad rim | `Cluinti, a Foraind', SR 3333 . conbad ecla . . . doberad fair can a rád that kept him from telling it , CRR 20 . cindus a rád comtís dee? how could it be said that they were gods , PH 731 . boi M. oca rada oce fen . . . `In aislingthi atchimm?' kept saying to himself , 1055 . itcuala guth . . . oca ráda `ac so mo mac', 3797 . ic rada gó, IT i 106.22 (abairt v.l.). is inann `cantilena' re ráda ┐ `lenis cantus' `cantilena' means the same as `l.c.', ZCP v 497.20 . iar rádh aifrinn do Mhochua when M. had said Mass , Keat. iii 1003 .

x do rád fri nech to call someone x : `a athair' do rád frisin Coimdid, PH 7885 , cf. 6192 , 6967 . conadh cora suiscelaigthe do radha friss inā faidh (= potius dicendus est propheta quam evangelista), Lism. L. 11 . ní bhia díogha dá rádh riú ( my verses) shall not be called worthless , A. Ó Dálaigh v 1 .

Speech, talk, conversation : banrád women's talk , Wb. 29a5 . rainn ratha raid stanzas of gracious speech , IT iii 69.1 , cf. Bruchst. i § 57 . amus ruin no raid no imacallma (a confiden- tial soldier), Laws v 72.24 Comm. tria rúnib ráid, Arch. iii 218.12 . rádha róchaoin bheóilín na bé, Hackett xi 27 .

(b) a saying, utterance, statement : ba he a rád uli `Barabás do anocul', PH 3274 . ba he rad fear nErenn `bid hé Niall bus rí', RC xxiv 192 y . mar derbus cach aen rádh da ndhubhra- mar, Maund. 156 . nír creid sí radha a hathar, ZCP vi 290.4 . atá an rádhsa fírinneach gu dtáinic Íosa Críosd, 1 Tim. i 15 . Prob. in this sense in chevilles: rád as díxu, Fél. Jan. 18 . rad ṅglé, SR 5671 . rád cen brath, 6495 . rád fallsa, Ériu iv 114.1 . ní rád mer, LU 3035 . pl. immrádid na drochráti, PH 723 . i nDaminis na rad radmar, LL 141b23 . ge borb do ráite, Duan. Finn ii 406 § 15 . ráite dorcha dark sayings , Prov. i 6 . do choimhéad ráitte Chríost, TSh. 2859 . legais a epistil ┐ ro tib A. co mor trena raitib laughed at its contents , IT ii2 100.6 ( BB 495b18 ). as ráitibh na n-aithrech naomh, MacAingil 319.4 .

ráda

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x see rád.

radaid

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v ā. a late derivative from rat- (rad-), perfective stem of dobeir gives ; does not appear till late Mid.Ir., common in early Mod.Ir. Gives, bestows : ro rad a breithir pledged his word , Caithr. CC 75 . do rad Ó C. tri fichit . . . uinge d'or dóibh, ┐ ro rad ben Tighearnain . . . an ccomatt cedna, FM ii 1124.14 . do rad Híram do Sholamh croinn chéadair, 1 Kings ix 11 ; cf. rad `furnished', Eg. Gl. 519 . do radset-sidhe righe dia sinnser brathar, Leb. Gab. i 134.6 . dam' aire níor radas mana m'éilnighthe I gave no heed to the signs of my infection , O'Bruad. ii 26.22 .

rád(h)aing, rághaing

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Forms: rághaing, rádhaing, rádhaing, raghaing, -aing

n rághaing [rádhaing v.l.] f., IGT Dec. § 13.16 . rádhaing [raghaing v.l.] m. and f., g s. -aing, -ainge, § 113 . colg sean do úaigh [ḟuaigh v.l.] re árainn | dar gheal rádhaing [radhainn v.l.] n-úair n-iarainn, ib. ex. 1867 . tresan rádhaing neamhdhubh nél | dealradh álainn san aiér, ex. 1868 .

radarc

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n sight see rodarc.

radarcach

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adj o,ā. pertaining to sight : rosc . . . radharcach far- seeing , ML 114.25 . mullach na tulcha . . . radharchaigh[e] commanding a wide view , 108.9 . a gonnadhaibh gér-radharc- achaibh, FM vi 2116.18 .

rádbaile

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Forms: radhbaile, rámhaille, rabhaile, radhaile, rabhaileam

n (= rád + baile, buile `frenzy'?) delirium: radhbaile, 23 K 42, 55.1 (med. text). rádhmhaille, rámhaille ` raving, delirium ', Dinneen. rabhaile, radhaile `a raving or doting ' P. O'C. rabhaileam (radh-) `I rave, dote'.

? radga

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n furious, raging : do eirigh O. co radhgha rachtmur, ZCP i 137.8 (where it is said to be formed from redc, mod. readhg, ríodhg).

radrach

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see rodrach.

radrachus

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n m. some defect in cows which results in failure to conceive or early abortion; infertility: madh na hainmhe . . . radhrachus .i. dairther í ┐ ni anand innti, H. 3.18 p. 446b ( O'C. 1099 ); 'she (the cow) is bulled and it does not stay in her' EIF 201 . mad radrachus, is mes mairt fuirre, H. 3.18 314 ; 435a ( O'C. 651 , 1039 ). ragrachus, H. 3.18 316 ( O'C. 652 ). See also rodrach.

rae

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x see 1 roe and .