réim(m)emlacht

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n ā,f. consistency, sway, authority , Dinneen. do ghluais C. roimhe . . . go ruathar ┐ go réimeamhlacht, ML 114.1 .

réim(m)endach

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Forms: remendach

adj o,ā. tréigfear gach rī rēmendach ar intē is aen is as triar, ZCP v 23 § 29 ( of victorious courses ? of ancient dynasty ?). do neoch rangamar do mnaib, | . . . | isi in mael mairgindach, | isi in cairgindach (? leg. cairgech) remendach `rambler among rocks (?)', Laws v 64 z .

? réim(m)endachus

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n m. na huili borbgnimraid . . . is a riagail re airrecht airmiten . . . na huili gnimraid eladnach . . . is a riagail [re?] reimindachus techta no etechta, H. 5.15 p. 4a ( O'Don. 156 ).

reimes

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Forms: reimis, reimhes, reimheas, reimhis, reimhsi, reimhis, reimheasa, rémis, remes, remes

n m. and f., also reimis (prob. older form, common in LU and LL), by Pedersen i 170 conjectured as < rem-mess. reimhes m., IGT Dec. § 53.4 . reimheas f., § 54.5 . g s. reimhis, ex. 1359 . na reimhsi , ex. 1371 . d s. reimhis, ex. 1372 . In classical Irish g s. also reimheasa.

A period or lapse of time (of indefinite length, but generally fairly long): [fri] ré cían ┐ fri reimes fata, TBC 5874 (= fri haimsir, St), formula recurring 4674 , 5858 ; (remes) 4286 ; (remis) 4437 , 6164 . míle blíadan . . . is é sin fad ┐ reimis laithi an bratha, RC xxviii 318 § 31 . fri remius chóic n-aimser, ZCP iv 388.2 . fri remes na doíre sin, LB 126b7 . Esp. length of rule or supremacy (of a king or people), oft. equivalent to reign : co tanic remis mac nÁeda Slani, LU 10569 ( IT 136.13 , where it is printed rémis). i rremis mac nOeda Sláne, Thes. ii 298.7 ( Hy. i Pref. ). tuirmeam reimis gach rígh, MacCarthy 410 § 6 ( BB 50a3 ). Rothechtaid . . . remis secht mbliadan, 170 § 1 ( LL 128a18 ) = remes, BB. remis ocht ṁbliadan . . . don rigain, 182 § 5 ( LL 128b24 ) = remes, BB. a remsi nach rímhter their reigns , 432 § 6 ( BB 51a29 ). atíatt anmanna na riogh . . . cona reimios isin righe, Leb. Gab. i 228.18 . dogníther airnaigthi frisin rig . . . conā mbeth maithius Muman fria remes, Aisl. MC 59.25 . fri remis Túaithe Danann, Ériu iv 156.22 . tri ced bliadan (sic leg.) fod a reimhis for Érind (of descendants of Partholón), Leb. Gab. i 56.25 . Lifetime : corub garit a ré ┐ a remess in tíí Iúdais, PH 5116 . ar feadh a ré ┐ a reimheasa, TSh. 2251 . do innis doib nar bó cían a reimhes that he had not long to live , BNnÉ 299 § 47 . An age, period in general: 'san reimheas 'na bhfuilmid, Content. xvi 26 . Cf. reimse.

reimet

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n m. (cf. 1 and 2 reime) thickness, girth : tricha edh remhet in crainn sin, Fél. 258.18 = timthacmang, ib. 21 . ro ḟas . . . in crand i rremet . . . ┐ i llethet, LB 221b63 . co remet medoin- meoir miledh in cach seim, CCath. 5308 .

réim(m)id

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v i. (1 réim) declines (gram. term): fer . . . is as reimmthar, Auraic. 3609 YBL = remnigther, 792 . See réimnigid.

reimir

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ind = reimithir, see Ériu xiv 142 .

reimithir

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adj. equative of remor as thick ( as ), folld. by acc., later by fri or ocus: remithir dóit láma neich aile cach mér día méraib, FB 91 . remithir medon fir cach ball díb, BDD 95 . remithir séolcrand prímlui[n]gi, TBC² 1960 . remithir fer cach n-oenball de TBC, 5321 . ba remith[ir] ocus slatt glaschuill cech féith, LB 155a26 . comremur re cuing, Acall. 5943 = remithir, Fr. remhithir ré sliasait ferócclaich, CCath. 191 .

réimnech

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adj o,ā (1 réim): de Raigne réimnig `from R. of the races', Met. Dinds. iii 14.161 (of a place). batar triúin a taísig . . . batar rémnig a riglaich, Alex. 636 ( steady or swift in advance ?).

réim(m)nigid

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Forms: reimnigther

v g. (1 réim).

(a) marches onward, advances, pro- ceeds : do reimnigtis co tinnisnach, Leb. Gab. i 158 n. 10 . an aimsir in ro reimnighset don Scithia, 278 n. 3 . Pass. impers. amal remnigther iar conaraib acen[t]aib dochum primaruis, is amlaid remnithir [leg. -igthir] iarsn[a] conaraib fugill do fis eolais, Cóic Con. Fug. 25.4 .

(b) arranges in order (series): is cethri arnuile tresa reim- nighther a cinta sin, Laws i 282.16 Comm. o remnigtir when they have been regulated , iii 10.13 . réimnighther, O'Dav. 944 .

(c) gramm. declines (a noun): reim suin, amal ata fer: is as remnigther, Auraic. 792 . reimnigther, 798 . See follg.

réimniugud

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u,m. vn. of réimnigid.

(a) the act of advancing, pro- ceeding : ba caem . . . in remnugad ┐ in toc[h]im tancatar sluaigh . . ., BB 492a29 . tar eis an foghoil do reimniughadh reampa after the raid had advanced before them , Leb. Gab. i 110 n. 11 .

(b) arranging in order, grading : an deoraidh aon-cuicidh, ┐ an deoraid a sechtar cuicidh, inann reimniugadh iarsa n-icthar a cin gradation (?), Eg. 88 f. 46d ( O'C. 2555 ).

(c) gramm. declining (a noun), declension: reimnigiud an anmo, Auraic. 4734 . isin reimniugud, 878 .