remi-tuit

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v falls before (previous to) with acc.: is mucc remithuit mess, BDD 66 (see remi-téit). fuaim immairic eich . . . remituit a rę, LL 120a28 .

remiud

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n antelative (gramm.): aremiud 'its antelative' The Early Irish Linguist 52.26 . ri fiur a remiudh, Auraic. 1529 . ria fiur a remid, 1663 .

remi-uicsed

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v 3 s. subj. impf. of rem-uss-gu- ` choose beforehand, pre-elect ', ÉC xxiii 48; Ped. ii 549 ; reme-n-uicsed, gl. praeoptare, Ml. 47c12 .

remlíne

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n ,f. `a preceding line', title or preface : cusin remlíne coitchend fil rempu, PH 8032 (= cum praefatione communi).

remm

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x see 2 réim.

remmad

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n m. distortion, contortion ? fer dobeir remmad fo corp ┐ a enech, Laws iv 354.4 . See 2 réim.

? remmag

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ind d s. rethit fuili for remmaig (:nellaig), Fianaig. 24.20 (reimiuth v.l.); a compd. of rem- and mag `plain'?

remmes(s)

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n u,m. a forejudgement; prognostication: re leighius nir lag, | re reimmess robu comnart (of a physician), ZCP viii 105.14 .

remmíad

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n (rem+maid) precedence (in honour), privilege: huand remmiad, gl: prærogatiua, Ml. 83c8 . See rémiad.

remmochtratae

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adj io,iā. prematutinal : coined to represent Lat. antematutinus, Ml. 79c7 .

remóeth

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x see remad.