rathaigid

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v g. (denom. from 1 rath) sends good speed, prosperity: imp. 2 s. a Dhé . . . rathaidh dhamh san ló so, Gen. xxiv 12 .

1 ráthaigid

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Forms: raithiges- tair, rathaigis, raithigh

v g. Occas. with palatal stem: 3 s. pret. raithiges- tair, TBC² 2943 , but rathaigis, 2938 . níro raithigh , BNnÉ 184.31 .

Perceives, notices, becomes aware of, in wide sense, not only of sight but of intuition or inference. ro rathaidh (.i. ro mothaig), Arch. iii 16 § 34 . ti [leg. cia] . . . rot-rathaig narbsat firgáeth (: brathaig) who perceived that thou wast not wise? SR 1318 . ro rathaig Noe . . . in ḟairge do imthragud, 2547 . dochúaid Ionothán immach . . . dūs in rathaigfed Dauid (: gnāthaiged), 6152 . rat[h]aiges in triar marcach dochom in tige perceived . . . approaching the house , BDD 30 . ro boí ina fiadnaise . . . níro rathaig nech díb aní sin, LU 3956 ( SC 45 ). ro ráthaing, 3884 ( SC 45 ). ro rat[h]aig in t-eces mormenmain ind eicsine, Corm. Y 825 s.v. lethech (= ro rathaigestar, Bodl.). nír rathaigsem eter ém I was not at all aware of it , FB 43 . ráthaigit na minpheccda dogniat ┐ níco ráthaigit na morphecdai, PH 3231 . niro rathaigset ar mad cin doib orcuin Crist they did not see that it would be a sin for them to kill C. , 3233 . Pass. tete don dorus, rathuigtir [leg. -ther?] isin tig he is perceived (by those) in the house , IT i 144.2 . ro ráthaiged as tig anall was seen from the house , BDD 71 .

With FOR: ráthaigis ind ingin [leg. ingen] fair in galor i mbui saw by his looks that he was ill , IT i 124.23 . is ed ón ro ráthaiged for erlabra Petair ( his Galilean dialect) was noticed in Peter's speech , PH 3192 . nír ráthaig fuirri a bine he did not discover her sin from her appearance , ZCP v 523.22 . Vn. ráthugud q.v.

? 2 ráthaigid

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v g. vouches for, guarantees (cf. 1 ráth) possibly in follg. exx.: dursan nach Rochad Rigderg rathaigestar. dursan nad bátar errid Ulad uile ocond airm i torchair i n-ecomlund, LL 123b11 (Nuallguba Emire); of death of Cú Chulaind; who went surety for him ? or was his safeguard ? or who perceived it ? Eochu Mugmedón dafuc | Cairinn a hAlpain . . . ro ráthaig Día fein in mbreith | corb í máthair Néill Noígíallaig, Ériu iv 92.14 = ro rathaig, LL 33b25 : God himself went surety for the birth (i.e. child )? cf. LB 29a19 quoted under ráthugud.

ráthaigthe

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(part. nec. of 1 ráthaigid) remarkable, strange : ni ráthaighthe cidh no mheilinn moch, Buile S. 140.2 (i.e. it is no wonder that I breakfast early). ?g s. Tech Duind . . . carruc ruad-faebrach rathaigthe (: grāduigthe), IT iii 22 § 66 = rathaighe, 98 § 161 ; cf. Bruchst. i § 133 where Meyer renders Felsen der Bürgschaft (i.e. 2 ráthaigid).

rathamail

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adj i. (1 rath) well-favoured, graceful : mile ben raith- amhail, ITS xix 76.17 (sgothamhail v.l.).

? rathar

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ind ni nascat cuma comorba o rathaib ro nathar i rathar, Laws i 186.14 Comm. (not transld.).

? rathbriugu

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n d,m. a hospitaller possessing stock (cf. 2 rath)? is ríatai di rathbriugad (of Cú Chulaind), FB 71 ( LU 8959 ); leg. rathbriugaid or rathbrugaid? Cf. Bachas rathbruga Nemru- aith, LL 50a43 .

ráthbuige

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n io,m. a rath-builder : rindaide, ráthbuige réil `archi- tect', Met. Dinds. i 24.161 . an Daghdo na rathbuide (sic MS.), gonadh sé ro cladh Rath mBrese, RC xii 64 § 25 . Bolc . . . rathbhuidhe Chruachan, MS. Mat. 577.17 (MacFirbisigh, Bk. of Genealogies). ? Deichet rathguba Glaiss, LL 167a14 (= rathmogaid, RC xv 475.19 , Dinds. of Loch nDechet, cf. Met. Dinds. iii 410.7 , 8 ); prob. a metathesis for ¤buga. pl. rathbuige ┐ obraige, LL 29a (plan). tri rathmuighe Erend , BB 362a22 . clanna Ugéin . . . batar rúinig rathmaige, LL 163a14 . riascaire .i. rathmaighe daer do flaith ocus eclais a rath-builder in the service of a prince or of the church , Laws iv 354.9 . Cf. rathmug.

rathmaire

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n [,f.] prosperity, fortune (? beneficence): léire, trebaire, rathmaire `bountifulness', Triads 211 (glossed .i. rath mór do techt air nó bhfás fair, p. 42 , i.e. prosperity ). a clothaigi, a rroblad, a rathmaire `prosperity', Ériu iv 148 x .

rathmar

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adj o,ā. (1 rath).

(a) full of grace; gracious, beneficent (older sense): a rí rúndai rathmar! Fél. Ep. 458 , cf. 46.29 . bud cennuis a gnuis . . . risin lucht ranadh rathmar to those to whom He is gracious , KMMisc. 156.124 . rigon rān rathmur, IT i 145.4 . risin riagain rathmu[i]r ro-uasail, ZCP vi 31.21 .

(b) prosperous, fortunate, successful : gamanraidh . . . rath- mar robladach, Cog. 178.5 . dá ríghmilid rathmara ro-trēna (of Caesar and Pompey), CCath. 324 . rí rathmhar, TSh. 10900 . ridire rathmhar gaiscidh is gníomha, Keat. Poems 1542 . Of things: is aisti rathmar . . . debidi alaind imrind a felicitous metre , LL 38a33 ( IT iii 106.17 ). airm rathmara, Buile. S. 18.25 . Eass . . . rigda rathmar . . . Ruaidh, MR 104.14 . nā sir fis do tsaegail [saeghal MS.; leg. do shaegail?] . . . drochrathmair dhimbuain ill-starred , ZCP vii 301.1 .

? ni bat rathmar borb (advice to a king), Arch. iii 315.1 = LB 262a16 ; be not insolent in thy prosperity ? but `brethem', reading of 23. N. 10, is perh. right.

ráthmogaid

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n i,m. a rath-serf, one employed in building raths : ba rathmogaid . . . in Maen sin, RC xv 461.5 = rathmhuighid, BB 382b42 . rathmhoghaidh amra, Cóir An. 40 . See follg.