rámtéan

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n m. a noise of some kind, splashing, snorting ? ramtéan tuinne dar taíb cúain, LL 298a12 ( SG 366.12 ). co cualatar . . . broscur in mórṡluáig ┐ rámtéan na grega, RC xiii 88 § 106 (`snorting'; seitfeadach v.l.).

1 rán

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adj o,ā. (< ro-án) very noble, glorious, splendid, pre-eminent : ran .i. uasal, O'Dav. 1357 . ran .i. uallach, 1350 . ran .i. maith nó togaide, Lec. Gl. 134 . ran .i. toghaidhe, álainn no follas; .i. ro-án; .i. ro-luath; .i. uasal; .i. réidh, O'Cl.

Chiefly used in poetry. Of persons: a ri ran! (of Deity), Arch. iii 223.3 . in ruri rán, LL 128a45 ( MacCarthy 174 § 2 ). Lugaid C. den rigraid ráin, ZCP xi 110.1 . re clainn Rudh- raidhe ráin, Content. xxviii 4 . tri fichit righ rán, Todd Nenn. 274.5 . deich fichit mac rígh ba ráin, Acall. 1477 . maic Fedlimthe Rechtmair róin, Met. Dinds. iii 68.35 (: -móir; ráin . . . -máir v.l.). Of a woman: righan rán, ZCP v 502.16 , cf. IT i 145.4 . Of heaven: rí richid ráin, LL 374c19 , cf. Fél. 204.10 . imrordus ríg richid ráin, LU 2996 . Of places, things: rán clochar, Fél. Aug. 15 . i rRúaim, rán baile, ib. Ap. 20 . go Ruaim ráin `noble Rome', FM ii 602.14 (poem). Rathen ran, BNnÉ 313 § 6 . ro gab Dauid rígi ran (: lán), SR 6621 . rosc rán, FB 47 . a dá rosc rán, Met. Dinds. iii 28.46 . do gorud in ra-ḟeóir rain, Ériu vii 221 § 20 ( LL 208b22 ). Of abstracts: rán togae, Fél. Jan. 6 . recht rán, ZCP xi 81 § 12 . rebrad ran (: gnád), LU 3666 ( SC 33 ). do ruidiud rán (`dein edles Erröten'), TBC 4043 . Feradach don ro-thuilg ráin `of the noble pride', Met. Dinds. iii 266.6 . Death-tales 20.8 : nir scarais frisin rig rāin | co ros fargbais i ndáil báis = ni ra scarais frisin rig ráin, LL 150a39 , and ráin is given in vocab. as a by-form of rán. Cf. dorigni Iob dond ríg ráin | in slóg do rīm `na rí[g]dáil, SR 6817 .

Compds. With adj.: gniomradh na riogradh rēl ran-adhbhal `glorious, great', Leb. Gab. i 276.22 . mo ri rán-glē for nim, SR 787 . With noun: ¤ḟer: g p. ól . . . na ruirech rúad, na ráin- ḟer, Met. Dinds. 1.34 , 70 (= raṅfer, LL 28b32 ). ¤tor: búale rán-tor `a fold of glorious chieftains', ii 16.87 = rantor, LU 4203 .

? 2 rán

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adj. (B. na f.) true: ran .i. fir, Lec. Gl. 175 , 39 M. ran .i. fíor, P. O'C. ran .i. firinne, O'Cl. ong nach ran a chuirc (.i. is truagh nach fír a craidhe), ZCP v 488 § 6 . `an' is `rann' . . . anmonna íad d'ḟírinne, Met. Gl. D 34 . Prob. artificial adaptation of 1 rán (cf. O'Clery's glosses `follas' and `réidh' s.v. 1 rán).

2 ráin

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n f. (= Lat. rāna) a toad or frog : amal ata Pardas cen biasta … cen scoirp, cen muir, cen rain, Trip. xxix (BLism. 97 b 1) . fairce . . . lomnán do piasdaibh . . . ┐ siad a meid rana no lasán [leg. losgán], BCC § 274 (= bestiolae . . . prope magnitudinem ranarum, Adamn. Vita Columb. ii cap. 42 ).

ránaide

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adj (1 rán or ránda) glorious, noble : roḟidir gach ranaidhe recht 'it knows every noble right' Ériu xxxii 58.10 . rēim ránaide 'glorious course' Éigse xvii 5 § 3 .

1 ranc

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n [m.] techn. term for a species of baldness or shaving (of the forehead or temples?): ranc, iss ed is seisiud cenél na maeili. Ranc didiu, it ē na huisin arda, Corm. Y 1091 = rangc . . . na husine arda, Corm. LB p. 39 . `rang' mael buidhi lom, Met. Gl. 31 § 2 (Eg.).

2 ranc

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n m. (late Romance loan-word).

(a) a rank (of a battalion, etc.): an tan doníthí deich gcipe nó deich rangca . . . do bhíodh baránta ar gach rangc díobh, Keat. ii 5171 . gur thuit an reidsiment . . . `na rángaibh [sic leg.], Rel. Celt. ii 192.10 . cuid dá ranncaibh Flann is Feara- dach `in their ranks are F. and F.', O'Bruad. iii 130.7 .

(b) rank, high position : an lá do baineadh le F. rannc do Ráif when R. was deprived of his rank by F. , O'Bruad. iii 118.2 .

rand

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x see 1 rann.

ránda

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adj io,iā. (rán) noble, fine : coíca rechtaire ránda, Met. Dinds. i 34.81 (rámda v.l.).

randatu

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Forms: rann, randatu, randatid, randatad, randatath

n d,m. (abstr. from 1 rann) used in Sg. to express the property of belonging to a certain part of speech (rand, rann): n s. randatu, Sg. 188a7 . cia randdatu bis indi, 27a12 (i.e. under what part of speech does it fall?). a s. in randatid , 203a24 . g s. randatad, 188a9 , 203b4 . dechor randatath a distinction of parts of speech , 220b6 . d s. ónd óen-ranndato, 203b4 .

rand(a)e

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adj io,iā. (rand, rann) partial; pertaining to a part : a randae, gl. partionale, Ml. 16b16 (neut. sing. as subst.). rande, gl. tropicus (of the tropic of Capricorn), Thes. ii 34.33 ( Bvn. 3b2 ).