ranngabál

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n ā,f. (lit. 'part-taking', modelled on Lat. participium Latin Script and Letters 171 ). a participle (gram.): isind ranngabail adrodarcar a ndéde sin those two can be seen in the participle , Sg. 172a2 . is aiccidit do ranngabáil aimser `time is an accident to the participle', 188a27 . beatus a randgabail sechmadachta its past participle (of the vb. Lat. beare), Hib. Min. 13.444 . randgapal, Auraic. 2668 (YBL). ducatus a r[an]ngabail chésta passive participle , LB 238(b)a38 ( L. Hy. i 8 ).

ranngabálda

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Forms: ranngabáldu

adj io,iā. participial : d s m. ranngabáldu, gl. participe, Sg. 39a3 . d s f. isind rainn rangabaldi, ib. 4 . As subst. neut.: ar a rangabalda asrubart the participial , 39a5 .

ranngabáltaid

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Forms: ranngabáltaith

n i,m. a participator : ranngabáltaith, gl. parti- cipe, Sg. 39a3 .

ranngabthach

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Forms: ranngabthach

n [o,m.] a participle (gram.): ranngabthach (= Lat. participium), Auraic. 300 , cf. 320 .

rannsaigid

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v g. searches, investigates : rannsuighther na tighe, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 5.12 . rannsuighthear an t-ádhbhar acu, Maguires of F. § 15 . A Norse loan-word, acc. to Marstrander, Bidrag 61 ; cf. Eng. ransack.

rannsum

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n (Eng. loan-word) a ransom : do ghlac r.¤ as in chuid eile, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 34.8 .

1 rannta, rainnte

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iō,iā. (part. of rannaid) divided; separate : co tarla 'na gabtib rointi im thalmain in pieces, fragments , TBC 1027 = ina aighedaibh mionrointi, St. co ndergeni dá gabait rainti, 1919 . gach ríoghachd a tá roinnte na aghaigh féin divided against itself , Matth. xii 25 . mo chroidhe ronnta ar a rannaibh, Hackett xliv 7 (: bronnta).

2 rannta

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adj (orig. same as 1 rannta?) belonging to a side or party; partisan, confederate; used in pl. and in mod. Ir. regarded as pl. of rann ` part ' (see 1 rann f, g). cruinnighid a rannta da gach leith iad féin their supporters on both sides , Keat. ii 3005 . dorinne rannta ┐ caraid dó féin, 4359 . ag déanamh rannta ┐ carad, iii 839 . a rannta coccaidh `his military confederates', FM v 1632.12 . drong dia ranntaibh coiccriche, vi 2290.3 . do scaradh a rannta, O'Bruad. iii 14 x .

rannugad

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n u, m. act of dividing; division, partition: cia gaibh in abhlu . . . | rannughadh ina deilbh fein, | nī gheibh . . . corp in Rīgh a rannughadh though the wafer is divided in its own semblance , RC xxxvii 348 § 68 . dia ngabadh corp īar n-ēirghe |rannugadh, § 70 .

?raoileann

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Forms: ríghlean

n a palace, mansion (?): an taobh sóghráidh . . . mur slisnibh ró-bháin raoilinn, ZCP ii 356.19 (poem by Eochaidh Ó Heoghusa, 16th-17th cent. But the reading is probably corrupt, see Aithd. Dána i 135 ). d'aos iarrata fhialoinigh raoilinn, Keat. Poems 852 . Cf. do chaillsead codhnach, rogha na ríolionn, ib. 715 . a ghall-fhuil féin i réim na ríoghradh (ríghlean, -n MSS.), 893 (both exx. from same poem). Cf. ríoghlann `palace', O'R.

rap

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x see robb.