ríarus

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n m. service, payment of dues : riarus feibe `supplies in right of property', Laws v 358.2 . etir fiachu ┐ riaras, H. 2.15, 16a ( O'Don. 1009 ).

ríasc

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Forms: riasca, ríasg, réisg

n m. g s. riasca (SR) and réisc. ríasg o,m., IGT Dec. § 96 (p. 130.17) ; g s. réisg, ex. 1756 . A fen or piece of marshy ground : riasc .i. ro-uisci, Corm. Y 1118 . riasc .i. inat i mbi soilestar, ut est cach riasc, cach sescend, cach currech, O'Dav. 1363 . [i]sin ríasc, TBC 6025 . o riasc do riasc, Laws iv 354.8 . g s. for slúag railgech in réisc, Met. Dinds. iii 428.39 . loscainn riasca, SR 3933 . i gcomhgar choille ┐ riasca, Keat. ii 5103 . pl. gomdar lāna reisg ┐ lochmhoighe, ZCP x 293.31 . Loch Ríogh na riasg dtaobh-uaine, Ériu v 64.22 .

ríascach

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adj o,ā. marshy : Dúrlas mín-riascach, SG 65.34 . all bruach-dhubh roi-ghéar riasgach, TSh. 6182 (poem), cf. IGT Dec. ex. 933 .

ríascad

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n m. ?riascad Boinne, RC xxvi 24 § 77 (function of a `fili'); the gloss: .i. insce ind immais dociṅg iar mBoind .i. ro fúiscim [= faíscim] na cnu docuridar Boann .i. cnoe ind immais, ib. 25 n. 4 , seems to refer to squeezing, i.e. cracking the `nuts of inspiration' of the Boyne. mad dia n-ecma nach ceallach | do hsēnadh a lath ngoile | lor dia n-ergaire a riascad, | nicon fiastor fri aroile, Sitzungsb. preuss. Akad. 1919 v 92 z (of the Uí Echach in Ulster: if any churchman came to bless their warriors, to restrain them it will be enough to . . . them (? him ), there will be no fighting against another ?).

? ríascaide

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ind (ríascad) (state of) having shrunk; shrunken : iubaile edaigh dia mis .i. re fis a tuillide no a riascaide, H. 3. 18 p. 323 ( O'C. 661 ). riasguighi ┐ tuillidhi do etach, H. 3. 18 447b ( O'C. 1103 ). mas tuilli no riascaidi ro bui is in etach O'C. 2131 (H. 4. 22, 86½ ) . Cf. iubaile etaig mí … gidh sía cid gairde, CIH iii 1087.4

ríascaire

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n io,m. a haunter of marshes or moorland, a vagrant ? Laws iv 344.7 ; glossed .i. loingsech insin . . . ┐ bid o riasc do riasc, 354.7 ; .i. rathmaige daer an unfree rath-builder , ib. 9 .

ríascamail

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adj i. pertaining to a marsh : gne riasgamail don fin- sgoith, Arch. i 328.82 .

ríascanta

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adj io,iā. marshy, swampy : comp. in slige . . . ba cnocaighi ghairbhe riasganta i oldait na sligthe oile, Fl. Earls 28 y .

ríast

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x see resta.

ríastáil

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n i,f. the act of arresting; arrest, detention : cuiris gné riastala orrae, Fl. Earls 20.8 .

ríastartha(e)

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Forms: riastarthé, ríastarde

adj io,iā. (part. of ríastraid) distorted, contorted , epithet given to CúChulaind: doratsat fir nÓl nÉcmacht in riastartha do anmaim do Coin Culaind, LU 5922 ( TBC² 1456 ). SC 35 . in riastarthé , LU 4682 = in riastairthi, TBC² 210 . in ríastarde , TBC 282 . cend ind riastarthi, LU 5773 = riastairthi, TBC² 1303 .