ráimis

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ind ar ndighe don ḟir do thrácht na tri ráimisi dún Flower Cat. 261 . ZCP iv 31 (scribal note in Eg. 1782, f. 53 a ). Leg. ráimi-si. See 3 rám.

1 ráin

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n f. a rushing flood, torrent (< ro-áin `a great driving', impetus)? fertaitt frossa . . . bát lán ráin is rinde | do thaoibh cecha haille, Anecd. ii 41 § 15 . int usce sís ina ráin | in sále anís immasech, LL 298a24 ( SG 366.22 ). fada atathar ar a ráin | dāil a mathar ina ndiaidh, ZCP vi 269 § 11 (of sons who have fallen in battle; perh. fig. of floods of tears).

raind

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x see 1 rann.

raing

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n a tool of some kind, a compass or divider? compas no raing an tṡair, gl. equicium, Ir. Gl. 1137 (cf. Med. Lat. equici- nium a forge for shoeing horses. Also called angarium in quotation given by Du Cange): equitium = equorum stabulum vel grex, Du C.

rainneis

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n f. (Romance loan-word) a range, rank , O'R. pl. rainnesídhe do photuibh `ranges for pots' (A.V.), Levit. xi 35 .

ráipér

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n m. (Eng. loan-word) a rapier : ráipér maol, Ir. Review 1912, 471 § 7 . buiden do raperoib, Fl. Earls 100 y . go ráipéaraibh, O'Bruad. iii 154.2 .

1 rais

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n f. a path, a way , O'R. ? reidit a rais `run their race', RC xxi 154 § 12 . ? ar cach [sic leg.] ngalar no ráethnaiged rais na sina .i. cach sín a rathe, LU 1067 ( ACC 107 Comm. ) = ar cach ṅgalar riasa ro [ṡr]ethnigtis na sina, RC xx 278 § 107 (appar. = fris(a) or lasa). Cf. ras.

2 rais

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Forms: rais

n rice? raisine [rais v.l.] ┐ cruitnecht, Rosa Ang. 324.12 (= Lat. oryza); see follg.

raisín

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Forms: raisine, ráisín

n m. (Romance loan-word) a raisin : pl. raisine, Rosa Ang. 324.12 (where it translates oryza); see vocab. p. 397 . ráisín (rísín) `a raisin', Dinneen.

rait

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Forms: raid, raid, roid

? d Celtica ix 164 .

n name of a shrub, bog-myrtle ? losa feada, raith, rait, aiteand, Laws iv 148.1 . raid, Auraic. 1157 = rait, 4252 , 5926 . ? rait ōn rota i mmbī a hinas (i.e. from the bog-soil in which it grows?), Corm. Y 1112 . forball ratho, | raited (?) (MS. raitiud), aíne 'the undergrowth of fern, of bog-myrtle, of reeds' Celtica ix 158.68 . raid, roid, Dinneen . roid bog-myrtle , Dieckhoff, Gaelic Dict. See 2 roid.

raite

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Forms: roitói

n [,f. or io m. EIF 539 ] road; uncultivated land, rough grazing: raiti .i. rót, ut est frithe raiti .i. frithe dogabhar ar in rót nó i cuairt ingelta no itir faithchi ┐ dirinn. o faithchi imach is ed is raiti ann, O'Dav. 1387 ; i.e. the ground (pasture-land or path) outside the `faithche' or lawn adjoining a residence? frithe raiti, Laws v 320.8 ; 'lost property found on rough land' EIF 540 . cartad raite (.i. rót), i 122.14 , 128.7 . glanad raite (.i. smacht nemglanta na rot), v 474.12 , 476.16 . cathgí a roite `trespasses on his roads ( road, pasture ?), iv 140.22 Comm. ? conair do ascnam raite nó sleibe, Bodl. Corm. 38 = raotae, Corm. Y 1082 , roitói, LB but see EIF 540 . cf. ruud. mac raiti (a class of illegitimate children), Eg. 88 f. 17a1 ( O'C. 2232 ). ? g p. fer tri ruitte sin, fer trí raitti, fer tri ramata, TBC 5430 = fer trī raiti, fer trī ruti, TBC² 3348 .