raidis

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Forms: raidis

n f. (Romance < Lat. radix) a radish : an raidis , gl. rafana (= raphanum), Arch. i 329.123 . prema raidisi (= raphani Rosa Ang. 260.11 .

raidleog

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n f. bog-myrtle , P. O'C. re croiceann freime na ruid- leoige, 23 K 42, 336.10 (raidleoigi v.l.). Cf. raideóg.

ráidsech

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n ā,f. (< rád, for suffix see Ped. ii § 367 ) talk, prate, chatter , nearly always in pl. g s. tre rún ráitsighe `through the mystery of speech', Buile S. 138.5 . pl. raidsecha sain . . . torud cocuir is comrāid, D IV 2, 53ra43 . ro ansat . . . día n-imratib ┐ dia radsechaib, FB 72 . dorala in tech ina ráithsechaib briathar ocna mnaib, ib. 29 ( LU 8964 , 8418 ), cf. ZCP xi 61.15 (ratsechuiph). miscais do raidsechaib aversion to prattle (mark of piety), LL 371c51 , cf. Hib. Min. 41 w . amal bator and for a raithsechaibh, Anecd. iii 8.21 . no bhiodh occ ráitseachaibh ┐ occ baighbriathraibh for A., Hugh Roe 100.13 (f. 27a) , i.e. talking of A. with disparagement? i . . . randaibh ┐ raid- sechoibh ┐ righsgélaib Eirenn `legends', RC xxiv 50 n. 3 .

ráidtech

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adj o,ā. see ráitech.

ráig

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n f. a sudden rush : do chonncadar an napa . . . ┐ tucadar ráig dhían dhásachtach uirre, Ériu v 170.109 . A fit of anger, rage : saobhdheamhuin aeir . . . ní féidir a mínchosc dá ráig, E. O'Rahilly xvi 10 (1911).

rail

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Forms: ráil, railgi, railci

n f. gut. st.; in late MSS. occas. ráil. A large oak , somet. used of a large tree in general. a d s. airdiu cech ralaig, Dinds. 23 ( RC xv 323 ). dā sechi im rolaig, BDD 87 = dā loch im ralaig H. samalta . . . re ralaig ro-aird os mincranduib, TTebe 2563 (= veluti regina cupressus, Theb. vi 854 ). doghní Dia rail don dercain, Hugh Roe 180.9 (f. 48b) . g s. gesca ralach ro-dírge, LL 108a22 ( RC xiv 402 § 2 ). frema na ralach, 264a2 ( MU 14.29 ). pl. railge rúada, CRR 34 . Cog. 198.28 . railgi, TTebe 2069 . railci, 3627 . tuinnsim na ralec ro-mór, 3630 . do fhidhbadaibh ┐ do railghibh dimhóraibh, AU ii 192.7 . ro trasccair railghe, FM iii 38 .

Fig. of a warrior: rop éo uas ind fhid, ropo rígda ind rail, LL 147a32 ( PRIA iii 550 § 27 ), cf. ZCP viii 228.3 . ráil comh- loinn Culann Chú, CRR² 35 ( Todd Lect. iv 32.12 ). Domnall . . . ba forlonn an rail (: air), Celt. Rev. iv 216.26 . .v. ced do miledaib ┐ do railgib ro-chalma, D IV 2, 77va33 .

Compd. rothadha . . . ralach-daingne `wheels of strong oak' ( firm as an oak ?), Hugh Roe² 52.32 (f. 28b) .

? ráil

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adj = ro-áil very desirable : airiunnsu rálaib harder of fulfil- ment than (all) desires , ZCP xvii 200 = airunsur álaib, LU 10042 (Pokorny's emendation).

railbech

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x see roilbech.

railgech

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adj o,ā. (rail) pertaining to or resembling an oak : mes railgech, Acall. 497 n. slúag railgech oak-like , Met. Dinds. iii 428.39 .

ráime

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x see rám.

ráimid

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Forms: raimseat

v i. (denom. from rám) rows: ro raimhsit rempa isin muir, RC xiv 42.1 . ro raimseat , 56.5 . ro raimhit (sic) as co rancatar inis eile, 46.1 .