rechtge

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Forms: rechtga

n ,f. also rechtga, the framing of laws; the administra- tion of law and justice, exercise of the function of government ; authority : [conro]ibtis oc denum rechtche la rigaib, gl. volentes esse legis doctores, Wb. 28a1 . dia mbē ri [isnaib tuathaib] is rechtge sōn amail is maith lais, Corm. Y 144 (i.e. the king has supreme authority). rechtge la flaith government in the hands of the prince (necessary to the people's welfare), Tec. Corm. § 3.13 . ba holc leo . . . Temair a bith cen rechtgi ríg furri, SC 21 ( LU 3440 ). ataat ceitheorai rechtgi gellus rig for a tuathai. Rechtgai fenechais cétamus; is tuatha dodeguiset, is righ no dedluthai. Na teora rechtgai eile, is rí dodenimmairgg: rechtga iar cath do madmmaim [sic leg.] furru . . . rechtga iar ndunebai ┐ rechtga rig, amail rongab rechtga righ Caisil la Mumain. Ar ataat teorai rechtgai ata córai do righ do giull for a tuatha: rechtgai do indarbbu echtarciniul . . . ┐ rechtgai fri tuar toraid ┐ rechtt crettme adannai amail ronngab recht Ad- hamnain, Laws iv 334.1 fg . = Críth Gablach 514 - 524 where `rechtge' is defined as ordinance, special law : see also p. 104 for discussion; the four kinds of r.¤ mentioned first are apparently the administration of the `fénechas' or common Irish law which is in the first place adopted by the people, government after a national defeat, after a plague and over subordinate kings; further the king has authority in uniting his people to expel foreign invaders, to promote agricultural produce, and in carrying out a religious edict like Cáin Adamnáin. denaid rechtge chóir (Ith's advice to the Tuathan kings), LL 12a20 = reaichtghe, Leb. Gab. i 244.19 . bid dluithi rechtge do dliged `let the law of thy rule be consoli- dated', Ériu viii 173.17 . ni fil rechtgi lib, ar ni chumgaid olc nā maith do gním, Alex. 988 . im chorus a mbescna ┐ a rechtgai, about the fitness of their customs and their laws , LU 9743 . Rule, reign : fuilcech . . . fand tosach a rechta [rechtgi v.l.], ZCP iv 453 z .

Transf. of natural phenomena: Loch Rudraige ruad cen rechtga (i.e. turbulent, stormy), LL 5b31 , cf. Leb. Gab. i 66.2 .

rechtmaire

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n ,f. (2 rechtmar) a passionate nature, uncontrol- lable temper : ata do tangnat ┐ diumsaigi ┐ do rechtmairi Priaim, BB 441b23 .

1 rechtmar

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adj o,ā. (1 recht) lawful, legitimate : Helend in rigan rechtmár `rightful', PH 485 . .viii. ṁbliadna buí i rrigi recht- mair, LL 137b6 (`she ruled uprightly', RC xlvii 294.4 ). Law- abiding, law-giving : (as sobriquet) pn Feidlímíd Rechtmar `the Lawgiver', MacCarthy 308.10 (< BB 13b ), cf. RC xvii 6.15 (Tig.) and FM i 102.1 . is uime do gairthí Feidlimidh Reacht- mhar dhe tré fheabhas na mbreath reachta do beirthí . . . ré n-a linn, Keat. ii 4013 ; also called F. Rechtaid.

2 rechtmar

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adj o,ā. (2 recht) passionate, furious : righan rechtmur ro-aingidhi, ZCP vi 277.10 . rig-milid rechtmar, MR 224.22 . trī righ roda rechtmara, ML² 1839 . comrac . . . reachtmar, CF 482 . rúathar rechtmar, Ériu v 182.326 . dochuaidh co rechtmar ro-arrachta a comdail na curadh, ZCP vi 67.27 . Later rachtmar: co rachtmar ruatharborb, Comp. Con C. iii 109.12 .

rechtmoe?

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ind nual nad ranic . . . rechtmoe mo Christ cumachtach col Colum Cilli, Rawl. 106b36 , glossed: ni ranic col indirgid- etaig cu dú itá mo Crist (poem on Colum C. ascribed to Adamnán).

? rechtnaiged

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n m. the act of regulating : is eadh in reachtnaigedh ar urdu [sic leg.] na hatgabala `the regulation of the prescription of the distress', Laws ii 100.9 Comm.

rechtrad?

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ind ni do ruirmead .i. ni rechtradh ma cintuch `the debtor is not included in it', Laws ii 100.9 Comm.

?réclam

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n [a]ébind lem réclam daim dēin | resin féin i fid dā dall bellowing (?), LL 298a11 ( SG 366.11 ).

? reclugud

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n m. (n?) story-telling, narration ? reclugud ṅgairit (.i. scela gairddi), LL 343c38 = scélugud, Tec Corm. § 4.14 (reclumad Lec., reaglugad BB).

recne

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x see reicne.

recomrac, recomarc

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Forms: recomarc, recomraig

n o,m. (compd. of comrac `meeting, juncture') a disyllable : recomarc in deach tanaisi .i. re- chomrugad fri araill . . . .i. dialt fri dialt, ut est Corbmac, Corm. Y 447 s.v. deach. dialt ┐ recomarc, O'Dav. 428 . cis lir dech docussin? Ni ansa: a ocht, dialt ┐ recomrac, etc., Auraic. 1214 . recomarc, 1240 . n p. recomraig, 1501 . cetri randa . . . ┐ i recomrac forba cacha rainde, IT iii 7 § 6 (i re- comarc, BB). A metre with disyllabic verse-endings : recomarc .i. deṡillabach ina rennaib, is fuire-side daroine Oengus in Félire, Fél. 4.29 (treated as fem.? but the fem. pron. may refer to rinnaird previously mentioned).