rematindae

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adj (= rem-m.) io,iā. pre-matutinal: gl. antelucanus, Ml. 21c9 .

remcaisiu

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Forms: remcaissen, remcissin

n,f. (vn. of rem-ad-ci-, Ped. ii 489 ): `looking before', foresight, providence : n s. remcaissiu Dae (= providentia), Ml. 122d7 ; 90c9 . remcisiu Dae, 50d1 . a s. ce[n] remcaisin Dé, 19c17 . d s. arind remcaisin diadi, gl. procurationi divinae, 50c22 . roscc ṅDé dom reimcise to look before me , Thes. ii 356.9 ( Hy. vii ). g s. remcaissen, gl. consulendi, Ml. 40b15 . 27d10 . inna remcaissin (leg. -en) gl. providentiae, 122d10 . remcissin, Enchir. Aug. 73b ( ZCP vii 481 ). pl. deich reimcisne brethe, H. 3. 18 p. 271 ( O'C. 554 ) (one of the things which a judge must know). Cf. remḟaicsin.

remcastaid

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O.Ir. in adv.: ind r.¤ providentially (s. Thurn. Hdb. § 379 ): ind remcastaid hua Dia, gl. consulte, Ml. 121d7 .

remchinnid

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v fore-ordains: in NT 1681 : do réimhchinn sé dhúinne bheith aige féin, Ephes. i 5 . vn. air ar réimhchin- neadh, ib. 11 . do réir an réimhchinnidh, iii 11 .

remchoimét

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n m. a foreguarding, precaution : gl. preservativum (of prophylactic treatment in medicine), O'Gr. Cat. 200.27 .

remchotlud

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n u,m. `before-sleep', drowsiness ? g s. ro thuit a suan remcotalta air `his erstwhile drowsy slumber' (drowsiness pre- ceding slumber ?), TTébe 2061 .

remchrec(c)

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n f. pre-emption : nib reimdilsi na remcrec i seilb nach aile reimib din tir siu, H. 3.18, 392a ( O'C. 871 ).

remchroicend

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n o,m. foreskin, prepuce : réimhchroicionn, Hab- bakuk ii 16 . feóil bhur réumchroicinn, Gen. xvii 11 . thug D. a rémhchroicinn leis, 1 Sam. xviii 27 .

remchúis

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Forms: remcuisi, remcuisi

n f. an antecedent cause : c[o tic] se on primcuis ┐ nach tic se on remcuis (= venit a causa primitiva, non antecedente), Rosa Ang. 54.14 . g s. remcuisi, 24.1 . pl. remcuisi, 202.8 .

remdalta

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n io,m. a former fosterling or pupil : comlann do denamh dam remdhalta fein, TBC p. 413 n. 6 (H. 2.17) = RC xv 205.24 .

remdédenach

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Forms: remdédenach

adj o,ā. `the last preceding', in reversed order : adv. ind remdédenach , gl. praepostere, Sg. 212a8 (of prepositions following the noun).