rerach

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n o,m. an aged man (confined to early lit. and later archaizing style): ? g s. remthus rerig, FB 35 ( LU 8500 ). pl. reraig, fáthi . . . aiṅgil, apstail, Hy. i 44 (`patriarchs', Thes. ii 305 , glossed: roríg nó rérig .i. qui fuerunt ante diluuium). deich reraig brega, Ériu ii 5.16 = rerig, 30.3 . drong rerach im Noë, Fél. Ep. 237 (rérach, reraich, reraig v.l.). réaraigh co réibh ro-fhodoibh ┐ senóire old men with long lives , MS. Mat. 555.1 (O'Clery's pref. to the Leabhar Gabhála); same formula in MacFirbisigh, Introd. to Book of Genealogies, MS. Mat. 572.37 (rearaig). i ccuimhne la sruithibh senorda ná la reraigh rē fhoda, Hugh Roe 166.22 (f. 44b) .

rerachus

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n a law-suit or cause ? rerachus .i. cas, caingen. ree temporis, H. 3. 18 p. 73c ( O'C. 119 ).

rercherc

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n ā,f. a full-grown hen : rercherc .i. cerc reidh, ut est ogh rerchirce, O'Dav. 1375 (i.e. a full-grown hen, defined as one three years old or that has had three broods). in deithbir cetna bis itir in eirin ┐ in rercerc, Laws iii 380.7 Comm. tricha og rerchirce, Aisl. MC 3.16 . óg rérchirce, 53.1 . rerchearc .i. cearc dubh, O'Cl. (a gloss inspired by rer?).

? rerg

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ind rer .i. lon . . . inde dicitur rerg no redg frisin boin mir, Corm. Y 1103 . Ruad Rus rān rēire rerga, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 17 § 12 ( Rawl. 116b30 ).

rergagán

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Forms: reargagán

n o,m. a little blackbird : rer .i. lon . . . inde dictum est . . . mac rergagāin (.i. mac Lonāin), Corm. Y 1103 ; same verse quoted Auraic. 709 (mac r[e]arrgugan; errgugain, raragain v.l.), 3111 (rergoccain), 3464 (rerccuccain). reargagán `a little blackbird', O'R. See rer.

rergnus

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Forms: rearghnus

n o,m. excellence, worthiness (< ro-airgnas?) under- standing, skill (cf. ergna)? is a fele ┐ sutchernus caich dia ndenaiter ┐ a suithemla ┐ a rergnus caich dos-gni (of certain metres), IT iii 23 § 68 . rearghnus, 101 § 182 .

rerid

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x see rondid.

? rerim

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n the act of learning ? d s. luid Cuculaind do rerim inbuis la Boainn, ZCP viii 120.11 . ? Leg. re (ri) ērim n-inbuis (n-inmhais) 'on a drive for riches (?)' ZCP xxix 311 n. 34 .

? rerthe

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ind slúag már . . . rerthe uainn for céti `which was taken from us', Fél. Dec. 20 (rerta, rertha .i. ructha, brethar, lotar v.ll.); quoted by O'Dav. 445 with gl. .i. ructha for aonach nime.

res

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n [ā,f. ?] a dream, vision : it-chontirc in ress 'he saw a vision' Celtica v 188 § 3 . res atchi, SC 9 ( LU 3292 ). díuchtrais . . . asa chotlud ┐ adfíadar a res dona rigaib, SC 28 ( LU 3454 ). fa reis .i. aislingi, O'Dav. 990 . ? ar cotlud caín binnris, IT iii 39 § 31 = iar codlugh cain bind-res (.i. is taithnemach binn in scél tarfas dam), H. 2. 15 p. 84a ( O'Don. 1212 - 1213 ), perh. = ris. See 1 ris.

resaigthe

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(part. of *resaigid denom. from res) dreamt (of): d s m. cosin brosnu resaigthiu, `with the sheaf dreamt of', Tur. 127 ( Thes. i 493 ).