3 recht

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Forms: rect

n the itch, impetigo : rect gl. impetiginem, Thes. ii 38.17 .

4 recht

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Forms: reacht

n law-abiding person, person of legal status: cach recht .i. cach richt duine, Laws iii 24.29 Comm. = cach recht .i. cach gradh tuait[h]e, H. 3. 18 p. 381a b ( O'C. 833 ). alidh cach recht a otrus la Fene `every condition of person is entitled to his nursing', Bretha Crólige § 17 ( Ériu xii 14 ). ben gadas ar cach recht `who robs everybody', Bretha Crólige § 44 ( Ériu xii 34 ); Bretha Crólige § 24 gl. 8 . fri cach racht cid fíala a flaithe though their lords be generous to everybody JCS ii 98 § 38 . Cf. also: reacht nar an re aipthiughadh (of one cut off in youth), Ir. Texts ii 105 § 12 . reacht `a man', O'R. Cf. richt (b), (c). See ZCP xiv 380.24 .


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adj. straight ? (g s. of 1 recht?): for rout recta (.i. for sligi dirig), LL 316c12 (: fec[h]ta). uasna rinni recta (of spears), 265a17 ( MU 22.12 ) (: bec[h]ta).

1 rechtach

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Forms: Rechtach

adj o,ā. (1 recht) just, equitable, law-giving : (as sobri- quet) pn Fedelmed Rechtach , LU 4165 = Met. Dinds. ii 14.1 (`F. the Lawgiver'; rechtaid, rechtmar v.ll.).

2 rechtach

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adj o,ā. (richt) possessing . . . forms, appearances, in compd.: is and sin cét-riastarda im Choinculaind, co nderna uathbásach n-ilrechtach n-iṅgantach de of many (i.e. shifting ?) forms , TBC 2590 = TBC² 1929 ( LU 6443 ).


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n i,m. a judge, lawgiver (?); a legal person (?): rechtaid cách co lelbu `every one is a lawgiver till it comes to children', Tec. Corm. § 31.5 . is rechtaid cach for a deis fodeisin (.i. is indraicthi cach ar a ferann), Laws i 230.7 , 18 (i.e. every man is master in his own domain?). ba rachtaigh criche, iv 16.22 . rechtaidh amhail Moysi, BNnÉ 44 § 2 . senrechtaid búada, FB 46 . rechtaid geill a ruler entitled to hostages , Bretha Crólige § 32 ( Ériu xii 26 ), applied to a woman-ruler. Aspn sobriquet: Fedlimid Rechtaidh .i. bretha rechta do fhoghnaidís dó, Cóir Anm. 110 . g s. mac Feidlimthe Rectaid, LL 35a23 . meic Fédlimthe Rechtuda, LB 62a8 ( Thr. Hom. 52.21 ). n du. in da Feidlimid Reachtaidi, BDD 8 . Also occurs as npr. m.


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adj io,iā. legal; pertaining (or according) to the law ; in Wb. and PH in restricted sense of the Mosaic Law. dígal rectide forru, gl. per legem iudicabuntur, Wb. 1d3 . fírinne rectide, gl. iustitiam quae in lege est, 24a1 . tri hiris . . . ní tri gnímu rechtidi, 2b24 . crich do dul for in forbunn rechtaide la tuidecht soscela, PH 3450 . isna edpartaib rechtaidib, 5322 . In wider sense lawful: ro tharclamsat Lagin a chis rectaide dó, LL 160a17 . ? dognithea airig doib comdar reachtaidi uile ( =so that they all attained legal status, of serfs), BDD 8 .


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Forms: réchtaigim

v g. legislates: réchtaigim, gl. lēgo (< lēgare), Sg. 60b16 .


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n io,m.

(a) a steward, bailiff, administrator : in early Irish heroic lit. generally the major-domo of a king or chief who directed his household and whose duties somet. included collecting food-dues or tributes; also used of deputies or governors appointed by a ruler over a city or province. rechtaire .i. rector a rege , Corm. Y 1078 = .i. rechtorairge, Corm. p. 38 . regerent[ur] .i. rechtire forru, Thes. i 497.20 ( Ardm. 179a1 , of Blastus, chamberlain of Herod, Acts xii 20 ). rectire ind ríg, gl. praepositus regis, Wb. 17d13 (a prima manu). rechtaire, gl. villicus, Sg. 156b1 . ond rechtairiu, gl. villico, Pcr. 65a3 . rechtaire teglaig Conaire . . . fer conic suide ┐ lige ┐ bíad do chách, BDD 86 ( LU 7184 ). coica rectaire randa lasin flaith, LL 28b38 , cf. rechtairi ┐ banrechtairi ic roind ┐ ic dáil dóib (of household of Tara), Ériu iv 124 § 2 . is é ropo primrechtaire fer ṅHerend, LL 165b28 (of Lindgadan, called `rannaire Osraige', Met. Dinds. iv 218.7 ) = is hé ba rondaire ┐ ba sluagh-rechtaire fer nErenn, Dinds. 119 ( RC xvi 71.28 ). luid rechtaire ríg Bretan do chuinchid chísa grotha (= pro- curator regis), Lat. Lives 49.7 . Margg . . . rechtaire ríg Fomóre . . . dolluid dochum ṅHerend do thobuch a chísa, LL 160a14 . maoir no rechtuire in rí, Laws ii 94.4 Comm. ro ráidh D. fri a rechtairiu ┐ fri hoes tobaig a chana, MR 16.3 ( FDG 110 ). do ordaich . . . maeru ┐ reachtairedu in cach tir ┐ in cach thuaith (of a Danish conqueror), Cog. 48.12 . batar rechtairea rig Roman . . . for indsip fuinid, Death-tales 12 § 1 = reacht- uireadha righ an domuin, 14 § 2 (appar. procurators appointed by the Roman emperor). Of officials employed to collect certain imposts or fines: rechtaire Cāna Adomnān, Cáin Ad. § 48 . do rechtairib na cána (i.e. the Cáin Domnaig), Ériu ii 208 § 29 .

In monasteries the prior (dispensator, economus) was somet. called in Irish rechtaire: rechtaire na mBocht, FM ii 904.4 (i.e. of the Community of Maol Ciaráin Mac Con na mBocht; the translator of the Annals of Clonmacnois a. 1069 alludes to the same person as `the steward of that family').

(b) a judge? reachtaire .i. rí no breitheamh, O'Cl. (perh. an inference from particular exx.).

(c) in late lang. somet. a herd or dairy-farmer : tug x mba fithchead ┐ tarbh ┐ dís rachtaireada ┐ dís bhainrachtaireadha leis, ITS xvi 116 z . Cf. reachtaire `a dairy-man . . . a small farmer who rents a number of milch-cows ', Dinneen; and: rechtaire .i. rechtorairge, Corm. p. 38 (= rector airge if not a mistake for r.¤ a rege Corm. Y 1078 ?).


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n ā,f. the office or function of a `rechtaire'? ind acraidecht .i. ind rechtairecht ind fuillema [fuiilema, MS.], gl. usurae exactio, Ml. 36a25 (`the judicial exaction of the interest', Thes.).


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n ā,f. legal knowledge, jurisprudence : saoi recht- ardhachta, TFrag. 214.8 .