1 reng

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n [ā,f.] a loin : reng thiug, Aisl. MC 127.28 . urchur arad trí reiṅg ríg, TFerbe 102 . pl. a bith ro óc, ar níro ásatar a renga rodaim, LU 10157 (Toch. Em.) = a rengai, ZCP iii 230 § 6 (expld. by Henderson ITS ii 165 as testicles ). níor ḟasadar . . . do reanga droma fós, CF 251 Eg. a n-aghaidh bruite na reang droma, 23 K 42, 392.8 . ? sgingidh gáeth úar mam' reandaibh `around my loins', Buile S. 88.7 (: bendaibh). O'Dav. 1392 : reng .i. coel, ut est cosmailis crotha no datha no retha no renga .i. do choíle nó do reime, may poss. represent this word, cf. use of `coíl' for `waist' (small of back).

2 reng

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n (< sreng?) f. a cord : co nar f[h]agaibh in ghaoth . . . reng gan ro-brised (of rigging), ML² 48.15 . ron-cengail in ben: fo rengaib rún ro cailled `in cords cunningly knotted', Met. Dinds. iv 24.18 ( LL 199b7 ; reng, reandaib v.ll.). do gualloind aisle shenshaille cen reing, cen toinn `without sinew or rind', Aisl. MC 127.1 . cen reincc, 123.7 . A shred, strip, tatter : dorónta renga ┐ blogha do Maircello, Fél. 74.9 (gl. Marcellus ro riṅged, Feb. 14 ). ind Fhind . . . ro boí i rengaib ro-Chrua- chna of the White Bull of noble Cruachu who was torn in fragments , Met. Dinds. iii 374.100 (see v 138 ). Cf. reng .i. rébadh, O'Dav. 1353 (gl. ro ringte, Fél. Prol. 37 ), which may however be an abstraction from ringid.

rengaid

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x see ringid.

rengmar

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adj o,ā. in scáilfer mór . . . rengmar rigtrén, FB 37 ( LU 8518 ); big-loined (1 reng)? `with big sinews', Henderson ITS ii (`of big testicle', ib. n. 165 ).

?renn

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ind abbair fris . . . nip renn a sanas, nip huar a anál, ZCP xi 84 § 36 ; swift, hasty ? amal is deni no cingfidis coin renna fri fiadh, CCath. 2669 ; expld. in vocab. as swift, lit. running . ? As subst.: lúth in buirbrinn 'vigour of the rough, hasty one (?)' EIS 168 § 84 . See Loth RC xli 216 .

1 rennach

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adj o,ā. (1 rind) pointed, sharp : ga reannach, Duan. Finn i 81.6 . gerbo daingen . . . delg-reannach dealg-dluithe gach aird dona cathaib ceachtarrdha (= armed with sharp spears or javelins), LL 410b13 = MR 236.14 . Conbron cētach caith-reandach, Duan. Finn ii 108 § 32 .

2 rennach

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adj o,ā. (3 rind) containing stars, starry : neamh reannach no reltanach, O'Cl. s.v. rind. ? srol reandach, gorm is geal (of a banner), MR 228.15 ; `streaked satin' as if = rengach ( starred, spotted ?).

1 reo

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n a stripe, streak : in compd. sobriquet: Lugaid Réoderg mac na tri Find Emna, LU 3461 ( SC 24 ). ro beotar Lugaid reo-ṅderg, ZCP viii 117 § 10 ( Rawl. 88a38 ). guin Lugdach reo nderg, xi 108 y ( LL 51b49 ). Lugaid Réo-nderg .i. sriabh ndearg .i. dá sreib dearga bátar tairis, Cóir Anm. 105 . In Keat. ii 3599 called L. Riabh nDearg, the same explanation being given.

2 reo

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n dense darkness? reó (dorcha) m., IGT Dec. § 108 . dorcha an choill, ro dhorcha an reó, ib. ex. 1802 . a Rí 'c atá in réo (of God), LL 307a4 ( SG 386.14 ). tug ragain da cach . . . rigthech gel . . . as teg na reo doirche (i.e. heaven and hell), Arch. iii 237 § 18 . as an reo doirche, Irish Texts ii 28 § 26 . decsin radhairc i rreo doirce (of a hopeless attempt), CCath. 4397 .

?3 reo

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Forms: sréo n-urchair

n a throw, cast . tuc réo n-urchuir don dam, Acall. 4432 . Cf. sréo n-urchair (acc.), 6058 , 1810 n. , 4802 n. , 4904 n. and ró n-urchair, 4802 , 4904 , 5810 ; prob. intended for one or other of these. Cf. 1 rout.

reód

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Forms: réud, reud, reuth, riúidh, reóidh, riúdh, reódh

n o,m. n s. réud, Sg. 63a8 . d s. reud, Ml. 132c8 . reuth, Thes. i 5.15 (Southampton Ps.). reódh m. (g s. n p. riúidh reóidh, d s. riúdh reódh), IGT Dec. § 75 . Hoar-frost (dist. from sic `hard frost'): gl. gelu, Sg. 63a8 , Ml. 132c8 , Corm. Y 1083 ; pruina, Thes. i 5.15 . sioc, oighre, readh, cuisne, Eg. Gl. 532 . talum . . . oígreta co reod, co caisirne, FA 30 LB ( IT i 190.34 ). ro iad reod rōta, LL 208a49 . nir fholaigh snechta nā reodh . . . an fód, BNnÉ 133.31 . i n-aidchi réoid ro-sholais, TBC 5049 . a n-aimsir réoigh nó sneachta, RC xxiv 379.11 . cuisne reoigh `hoar-frost', ITS xiv 14.1 . doinenn dermair reoidh ┐ snechtai, AU ii 84.17 . ó shíorbhrat reódha, Hackett xxi 32 (mod. g s.). pl. bídh gach eas i nglas ó reodhaibh, Keat. Poems 166 . In late poetry eyes are somet. compared with frost: dearc ra- ghlas mar an reodh, A. Ó Dálaigh xiv 9 . i bpéarla do chlaon- rosc . . . righin reoidh, Keat. Poems 319 .

As vn. of reodaid, to freeze : fuar mar do beith ag reogh, Rosa Ang. 252.17 . colbhadha ciumhais-gheala . . . acc réodh, FM vi 1918.9 . (fig.) fuaire mo bhéas ag reodh riom, Ir. Monthly 1928, 438 § 16 .