ríathorda

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adj io,iā. torrential: dona srothaib ro-trenaib riathor- daibh, CCath. 3929 .

rib

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n a snare (spring) of some kind: equated with paintéar, dul, eangach, Eg. Gl. 516 . Cf. ribe and ruibe.

ribad

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n u,m. twisting ( ? ) : an riobhadh (ón chasadh), IGT Conj. § 113 . órṡnáth ó rígnaib ribas, ex. 982 .

ríbán

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Forms: riabach, riabain

n a streak or stripe (= ríabá < ríab)? g s. as attrib.: bratt ríbáin, LL 267a34 ( MU 34.35 ). bratt ribháin (`grau- gestreift', Wind.), TBC 5386 = riabach, St., riabain, TBC² 3280 .

ribar

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n [o,m.] a sieve : ribar .i. criathar, Corm. Y 1098 . O'Dav. 1341 . Lec. Gl. 482 . Metr. Gl. Ff. 47 . cota-riagfaidher amail ribar .i. coro tolltar tu amail criathar, O'Dav. 1381 , cf. 1341 . Mod. riobhar; r.¤ meala a honeycomb , O'R.

? ribe

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ind Goill co mín o a cēim cagaid | a ngēill co rīgh 'na ribibh, Ir. Texts ii 21 § 37 (: Sligidh). Dinneen gives: ribe `a single hair, a bristle, . . . a shred, . . . a snare or hair-spring, . . . anger, fury.' Cf. ruibe.

? ribín

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ind Declan mac Erc na ribin, BB 231b1 .

ribóidech

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adj (AN ribaut, -aud Risk 87 ) ribald: bíadh sé r.¤ (ró-boídech, v.l.) ac dénam an dígaltais 'he will be prodigal in wreaking vengeance' De Contemptu 2846 . riobóideach Dinn .

ribóidecht

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n (ribóidech) ribaldry: anfainnighi[d] ribōideacht idir in dā chaithim an gaili ┐ an dīleagad gan beith coimlīnta annsa gaili, RSláinte 1780 . mōrān ribōideachta, 3828 . riobóideacht Dinn .

? ricen

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n an uair do biadh ricen a les no bochtacht air need or poverty , BCC § 239 . A mistake for ríchtain? cf. ni rigend an talam ud . . . a les mesi da bendugad hath no need of my bless- ing , § 26 .

ríched

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Forms: richith, richiud, riched, rícheadh

n o,n. and m. For quantity see Wortk. § 74 . richid (: crichid), SR 3433 , 7828 . Not in Glosses. g s. ind richith , Thes. ii 257.12 (from Book of Durrow: in O'C. MS. Mat. App. of facsimiles p. 4 (K) given as Book of Dimma). d s. richiud, SR 486 , LU 906 , Fél. Feb. 23 . ? a p. riched, Fél. Ep. 341 . rícheadh m. (g s. -idh, no pl.), IGT Dec. § 182 . The not unfrequent spelling rigthig for g s. in Mid.Ir. texts is due to association with rígthech.

Heaven (of the firmament but more commonly of the abode of God and the blessed; freq. in rel. poetry, generally without art.): i rrichid (i rriched v.l.), Hy. v 105 , glossed .i. i rrig-iath .i. hí ferann ind ríg nemda, Thes. ii 347.39 . richead .i. iath an riogh .i. flaitheamhnas, no fearann, O'Cl. rí dorigni riched reil, SR 337 . co ndechsam innar corp dochum richid, 1217 . a gelgrían forosnai riched! Fél. Prol. 6 . dond richiud ron- snáda, Feb. 23 (rithigh v.l.). cechaing animm Rónáin . . . for riched rindach, May 22 . isin domnach dorónta riched cona ainglib, PH 3530 . m'anam . . . dochum ríchig, ZCP viii 198 § 22 . adcithir stuaga in rigthig fa relltandaib, Arch. iii 235 § 22. co n-aco imbuidi muinnteri nime immon altoir richid, ZCP ix 449.9 . The pl. does not seem to be used, but cf. adsluindiu do riched `by thy heavens', Fél. Ep. 341 , by Stokes taken as a p.