remḟiugrad

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n m. prefiguring : i remḟiugra[d] Crist, LB 61b61 .

remḟiugraid

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v ā. prefigures : pass. pret. Ísu Crist . . . ro rem- fhiugrad triasin uan cáscdhai, PH 5106 .

remḟocul

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n o,m. a foreword, preface : loc dond remḟocul-sa Druim Cetta, RC xx 36 (ACC pref.) = remocul, LU 292 . A previous saying or statement : go remḟoclaib Regomna, TBC 2364 (alluding to episodes in the Táin Bó Regamna, one of the `remscéla' of the TBC; see 2291 ). In Laws, a notice before- hand ? curub fasc frithsliucht . . . no curub remfocul roimpe in mbreth, H. 3. 17 c. 116 ( O'Don. 138 ).

remḟoglaim

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n preliminary study, rudiments : is acu ro foglaim . . . remhfoghlaim catha, BB 488b22 .

remḟóiride

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Forms: remfoiride, remfoiridib

adj io,iā. (part. of rem-fo-fer-) prepared, provided pre- viously : g p n. remfoiride, gl. praestitorum, Ml. 26c5 . d p n. dinaib remfoiridib , gl. praestitis, 72c3 .

remḟoíte

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Forms: remfoiti, remfoiti

adj io,iā. (part. of remi-foídi) sent (placed) before, pre- viously , glosses praemissus in Ml.: a s f. remfoiti, 35a7 . n p n. remfoiti, 30c15 . d p n. donaib dliged[aib] remfoitib, 58a7 .

remḟuar

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o,m. Mid.Ir. remḟúr (vn. of rem-fo-fer-) the act of preparing, making ready; preparation : remuar inso in testimin ar chiunn, Ml. 104b3 . a s. remuar, gl. parasce[ve]n, Tur. 28 ( Thes. i 486 ). nā bad ḟuráil dam na [= ina] ticfad d'ulc ┐ do maith dam . . . sib-si 'n-a rémur ┐ 'n-a airichill dam that ye were preparing it for me , CRR 11 . do remfhúr ind uain cháscdai, PH 5096 . Esp. of the shew-bread in the O. T. tabernacle (a misinterpretation of the Lat. panes proposi- tionis?): d'aran remúir, SR 4352 . bargend remḟuir, 6172 ; 4356 . bairgena in remfhúir, LB 128b49 .

remfuirmedach

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adj o,ā (calque on Lat. praepositivae) preposition : n p f. remḟuir- medcha, gl. praepositivae [coniunctiones], Sg. 212a14 .

remgáeth

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n ā,f. a premature (untimely) wind? deich mbliadna don Delbaeth dichra | co ricc remgaeth riachda | cen cleith os braine na bochna till an untimely wind reached [him] over the ocean brink ? (an allusion to his murder), ZCP xiii 363.5 (`eine vorzeitige qualvolle Wunde') = Leb. Gab. i 176.2 , where O'Clery glosses: gaoith fer. See rép- below.

remgnethe

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Forms: remgnethi

adj io,iā. (part. of remi-gnī-) done (made) before, pre- viously: g s m. remgnethi, gl. ante acti, Ml. 103d15 .

rémiad

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x see rímiad.