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.

ráthmug

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n u and d,m. a rath-serf : g p. (a) fiche is cethrur ráthmug recht, Met. Dinds. iii 330.9 . (b) a ngraimm ríg-ḟer ráthmogad, ib. 12 (: molad). d p. dona[i]b rathmogaib [tucsad meic Milead leo . . . do denam cach uird bai aco], Dinds. 62 ( RC xv 460.15 ). Cf. rathbuige.

ráthmuigecht

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Forms: rathmoigheacht

n f. the craft of rath-building : denat rathmui- ghecht, RC xv 316.26 . rathmoigheacht, Leb. Gab. i 100 n. 3 .

? rathnaigid

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v g. guarantees (to), allots? issed cuitred .i. uair is i cuid rathnaighther du corugudh do ina altrandaib, H. 2.15, p. 17b ( O'Don. 1017 ). SM. Facs. 7b ; `is distributed, is cove- nanted', O'Don. Suppl. Printed Ir. Recht p.20 , where Thur- neysen emends to ṡreathnaighther.

rathnuall

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x see rothnuall.

rathonn

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n a bed-cover, coverlet ? rathonn .i. brothrach, H. 3.18 p. 74 ( O'C. 122 ).

ráthugud

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u,m. (vn. of 1 ráthaigid) the act of perceiving, observing : ni fil ráthugud for suidib, Sg. 181a1 , gl. porrigo et corrigo et arrigo, quoted as exx. of formation of compound vbs.; `there is no guarantee (?) for these', Thes. Rather these are not felt (to be compounds ). Colum Cillecan cen on | nirbo rom a ráthugud it were not too soon to perceive his coming (prophecy of birth of Colum C.), LB 29a19 = Trip. 480.5 ; same verse quoted Trip. 150.15 , where Stokes renders `to per- ceive him', but in Arch. iii 24 § 62 `to go bail for him' (i.e. 2 ráthaigid). rathugug .i. muthugud (leg. mothugud), Lec. Gl. 270 . cach a nderna . . . ro bui in rí coa rathugud the king was watching it , ZCP viii 268.4 . co ternó C. ina chotlud cen ráthugud dó etir so that C. recovered in his sleep without being aware of it , TBC² 1828 ( LU 6343 ) = rathugud, TBC 2480 . arnā teised nech . . . cen rathugud unperceived , TBC² 596 . cen ra- bad cen rathugud, 2511 . dogníter a fosaic can rathugud (i.e. by invisible servitors), IT iii 195 § 36 . ro dhoirtset . . . ina ccend gan rathughadh dóibh, FM ii 1108.1 . mor do rathugud ┐ machtad . . . dorónsat . . . oc imḟacsin na sét sin, Alex. 395 .

In med. texts the power of feeling : isin pairilis . . . ni bentur acht an mothugad no an ratughad, Rosa Ang. 246.14 . g s. ar mbuain a ngluasachta ┐ a ratuighte, ib. 12 .

ráthus, ráithius

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n o,m. suretyship, liability (for someone): arsisither a cin ┐ a rathas .i. tairisi a cin forra, O'Dav. 95 . condelg nach airfoema nech ina rathus `that he should not receive anyone into his responsibility' (i.e. become surety for anyone?), 482 . rathus a ime fort, Laws iv 140.24 . raithus, i 274.30 . ograthas . . . slanrathas . . . fialrathas, H. 3. 18 p. 24a ( O'C. 66 ). cid mor do cintaib ┐ do raithius ro dlecht dia athair, 204 ( O'C. 365 ). rathus `cion' (i.e. liability ), Leb. Gab. i 18 n. 12 . See Bürgschaft 75, n. 2 .

ratrét

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n (Eng. loan-word) a retreat (in warfare): cia aca . . . blár do thabhairt no an rátrét, Rel. Celt. ii 198 y . da ndiden o thír go tír ┐ ratréta orrtha, ib. 8 .

re

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prep. see fri, la and 6 ré.