rectha

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part. nec. of rec(c)aid sells: ní ren duine tir mic De .i. nocha rectha do duine ferann mic De, H. 3. 18 p. 235a ( O'C. 433 ).

redg

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Forms: ríodhg

n gender doubtful; treated as fem., LL 47a38 below. ridhg readhg m. and f. (g s. n p. -a), IGT Dec. § 95 (p. 127.19) . Mod. ríodhg f., Dinneen.

Apparently a sudden impulsive movement (inspired by anger, fear, etc.), a start, dash, spring, often of an assault or attack. bedg, no redg, no lua, no saebleim (of horses), Laws iii 180.17 ; cf. rer . . . inde dicitur rerg no redg frisin boin mir, Corm. Y 1103 . Cú na cerda . . . rob redg robda dar glasmhuir, Cóir Anm. 266 (of the hound of Culann, brought by his master from Spain; `furious', Stokes, but seems a noun: it was a daring dash across the sea ?). co n-érracht Lugaid Riab ṅderg | ropo thalchair a thren-redg, LL 129a40 ( MacCarthy 198 § 2 ). noí ṁbliadna Bressi na mberg | rapo mór tressia [leg. tressi] a thrén-redg, LL 128a28 ( MacCarthy 172 § 6 ). cath Torand ba fortamail | co tres rúad co reidg (: feirg), LL 47a38 ( RC xxix 212 § 19 `with a rush'). rucsad-sum da trenredg trice . . . i cert- chomhdháil a cheli (of combatants), MR 298.16 . ruc-sum tri trenreadga tinneanais d'imgabail na hirgaili, 234.15 . im Rus na redc `Ross of the rages', RC xx 136y (ACC Comm.). nocho chath na tuitt rí redg | ar cruadbach [is?] ar comfherg `a stout king' (?), CRR § 5 (prob. corrupt). ac righ na redg, SG 26.31 . ridhg anfaidh, IGT Dec. ex. 1687 . readhga fuara tinnis `fits of pain', Keat. iii 1852 .

redgach

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adj o,ā. easily startled or irritated, irascible, quick tempered? ar da n-echaib . . . at iat redcaig bedgaich, LL 189a12 . fiadmil fuathréadgach `furious', MR 248.11 .

redgaid

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v darts, rushes? ro redgsat tresin cath, Arch. iii 311.7 (B. na f.).

rédugaid

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n m. (réid) an adjuster, settler, umpire : sdiuraidh ┐ rédhugaid cacha dála, ALC i 316.18 .

refed

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n o,m. a cord, rope, cable, used appar. of all varieties of size and material; often of a ship's hawser. doratsat . . . refeda ┐ teta do tharraing in hidail, PH 2078 . di thetaib ┐ rofedaib in charpait, TBC² 823 = refedaib, LU. fa réfedaib, TBC 5714 . fo thétaib ┐ rifetaib, 1708 . ro cuir refead lasamain fon coccladh, CCath. 3333 . refidh ro-daingni, 2657 (n p.). ro teascsat a refeda (of ships' hawsers), 2668 . ro taitmigset refeda a long, TTr.² 823 . do refeduib glas-iaraind, CCath. 2627 . reifedha sida ropes of silk , Marco P. § 92 , cf. § 49.7 . do chordoibh cnaipe ┐ do refedhoibh, Fl. Earls 58.10 . téd réfeadh ro-fhoda, FM vi 1898.3 , cf. 1912 y , 1964 w .

regaid

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v 3 s. fut. of téit q.v.

régión

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n o,m. (late Romance loan-word) a region, district : ar in region ┐ ar in talmhain moirthimchiol in primhróitt, Fl. Earls 40.15 . lucht aittreptha in regioin, 112.33 . n p. na regioin chomhfhoixe, ib. 24 . tar gach region, Duan. Finn ii 380 § 35 . a réigión eile don Éoroip, Mac Aingil 351.3 . régiún, Corp. Astron. xxiv . reidighón, BCC 266.24 . na hinaidh ┐ na reighidhoin, 52.15 . See Desid., Gloss.

? reglaim

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v pret. 3 s. is e rind ar a reglaim grian in laithe sin, MR 114.1 ; `the sign through which the sun was travelling' transl.; in which . . . happened to be ? seems due to a conflation of the archaizing perf. forms dorecaim (< tecmaid) and doreclam (< teclaimid).

regtad

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n the act of overthrowing? ra gab cách díb bar tollad ┐ bar tregdad . . . ┐ bar regtad araile, TBC 3613 ; `niederzustossen', Windisch, taking the word as = frithgatad.

réib

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x see riab.