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.

richis

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Forms: richessa, richsea, riches

n i and ā,f. g s. richessa, SR 8293 . n p. richsea, Ml. 40c5 , 6 . g p. riches, SR 884 , LU 2429 .

In O.Ir. a live ember : richis, gl. carbo, Sg. 47b3 . fri richiss, 47b5 . richsea do denum iar lassair máir (= carbones succensi), Ml. 40c5 . A flame, blaze (Mid.Ir. meaning): richis .i. tene, O'Dav. 1339 . richis .i. lasair, O'Cl. rithis .i. lasair, H. 3.18, 416 ( O'C. 965 ). ? riges ruad, SR 5190 (cheville). ruibni rúada richessa, 8293 . ro ucsat demna m'anmaim isin richis rúaid, LU 9446 . ba marb-som . . . isin richis rúadlasraich, LL 227a47 ( TTr. 753 ). pl. snigtis richsi teined a suilib a mér, RC xv 460.13 . co ruibnib riches ro-ruad, SR 884 , cf. LU 2429 ( RC iv 252.14 ). for richessaib ro-thened, 2415 . Fig. of persons: ingen ríg richis garta (.i. einech), LU 10256 = richiss gartai, ZCP iii 234 § 18 (Tochm. Emire).

richisán

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Forms: richísan

n o,m. (dim. of richis) a small ember : richísan, gl. carbunculus, Sg. 47b4 .

richt

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Forms: riucht, richt, reachta

n u,m. d s. riucht, Tur. 85 ( Thes. i 490.32 ). richt m. (g s. n p reachta), IGT Dec. § 71.5 .

(a) form, shape, guise , in wider sense than delb of whole appearance; gen. in phrase: i rri(u)cht in the guise (of), dis- disguised as: oc tabairt bendachtae foir hi rriucht Éssu, Tur. 85 (of Jacob disguised as Esau). do luid Lucifer . . . i rricht aingil gil co hEua, SR 1671 . i rricht eoin ticed Victor aingel co Patraic (= sub specie avis), Lat. Lives 20.8 . tanic in Mórrígu i rricht sentainne, TBC 2411 = i ndeilb, TBC² 1748 . luid an Coimdhe i rriocht aingil go Ruadhan, BNnÉ 319 § 14 . i riocht fhir an bhruit lachtna disguised as a man with a grey cloak , Keat. ii 3453 . ar a mēt no delbad i n-ilrechtaib for the number of different forms he used to assume , FB 75 . tecait anmand firén i rrechtaib én nglégel, FA 33 . slog mor do ainglib i rrechtu ēn ngel, LB 28b49 . tegait [na longa] i rachtaib ingen macdacht fon fairgi, Aen. 2035 . do cuir sin dath dubh orra ┐ docuadar isna rechtaibh sin a cenn diuice na L., ZCP vi 74.2 . no imbritis a mbrechta druadh forna duilib domunda conā leicctis a richta fein forra, CCath. 3917 . gan ríoghuin 'n-a riocht `disguising her queenly appearance', PBocht p. 22 § 36 .

i richt with gen. in the guise of = instead of , passing somet. into sense in mistake for: diamad Chú no bet[h] it'richt, SC 34 ( LU 3752 ). eirg amach im'richt-sa, Arch. iii 309.11 . ól rota i rricht ind lomma in mistake for milk , LL 11a40 . cor marbadur a muinter fein a richt Chlainde Morna, Acall. 7882 . measaim gurab i riocht an fhocail so `Ronanus' do scríobh Cambrens `Roanus', Keat. i 154.6 . atáid triar re a luadh ann so i riocht aon duine three persons are confounded here as being one , 152.98 .

(b) condition, plight : ? iss i richt mná siúil | sedda Ulaid uli, FB 24 ( LU 8357 ), cf. is i rrechtaib bó ┐ dam . . . settai mná Ulad, ib. ( LU 8367 ). da cinel déc . . . do tiprataib . . . co rechtaib examla orra, RC xxiv 374.5 . Toirrdelbhach . . . d'fhágbail a richt duine mairbh T. was left for dead , AU iii 458.18 , cf. agus hé fós a riochd mhairbh as good as dead , Hebr. xi 12 . `Créad an riocht 'na bhfuile?' `Atáim agam' chéa- sadh', TSh. 5040 . gur truagh na reachta sin dár chuireadar a oireachta féin rígh Fhearmanach pitiable was the plight in which his own vassals had put the king of F. , Maguires of F. § 25 . State, kind, quality : imfresan fiadhnaise for cach richt duine is isli inas every condition (rank) of person , Laws i 84.2 Comm. a breith a richt cruidh in duine sin . . . a mbreith a richt a cruidh fein (= on the understanding that they are the other man's cattle . . . his own), iv 228.17 Comm. cis rechta na gaibter a fiadhnaisi forgell what kinds of person are not accepted as evidence? Eg. 88 f. 51b ( O'C. 2600 ). Cf. also: slan don fir etrana . . . an guin ime i richt a n-airm ┐ a n-etaigh (i.e. if he injure those around him in the matter of their arms or clothing), Laws iii 286.11 . i riocht peacaidh `in way of sin', PBocht 48 § 10 . it ōig-rec[h]ta na haisdi seo new kinds of poetry , IT iii 28.25 . go raibh Críost i dtrí reachtaibh ar an saoghal so . . . go saoghalta somharbhtha . . . go domharbhtha . . . go diamhar dofhaicsiona i sacraimint, Eochairsg. 73.6 .

as a richt

(1) out of one's proper form (condition, state): teit as a richt ar béluib sluagh (i.e. distorts himself in public, of a mountebank), Laws iv 354.5 Comm. ragaid cech oen ass a richt la uaill ┐ dimmus will leave his natural state (station ), RC xxvi 36 § 187 . airchinnech glan . . . fodlad dia manchaib co cert, | ní rucca as a richt let him not take them from their proper stations , Ériu iii 106 § 41a (Rule of Ailbe). téit cech duine ass a richt nā tabair tóeb fri hanmcharaid, i 218 § 2 . as edh rom ucc as mo riocht (i.e. that has made me a `geilt'), Buile S. 38 y . mo chuimhne dochóidh a riucht, Ir. Texts ii 78 § 1

(2) in late lit. as petrified phrase of set purpose, deliberately : goid do chennach asa riocht, O'Hussey TC 175.15 . cor a n-aghaidh na fírinne asa riocht, 233.21 (a sin against the Holy Spirit). is le mailís ┐ le míorún as a riocht sheunaid . . . they deny with deliberate evil intent , Eochairsg. 88.20 .

i rricht co in such a way that, so that , of consequence: ceithre chuid . . . d'Éirinn . . . éinfhear dhíobh fa rí Mumhan | i rriocht gurab í an ceathrumhadh so that Munster is only a fourth part , Content. vi 48 . is amhlaidh do rinneadh so- mharbhtha é i rriocht nach féadfadh an bás d'fhagháil (sic . . . ut non mori posset), TSh. 3399 .

(c) in Bérla na f. person, individual : cia in richt rongiul a slechta (.i. cia in fer do lenfa a lorg), ZCP v 489 § 11 . Cf. ceall o n-eitcither cach richt `a church by which every form (i.e. condition) of person is refused', Laws v 118.2 , glossed .i. . . . cach richt duine, 120.13 , and see 4 recht.

ríchtu

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Forms: ríchtain, rícctin, rígtin, richtin, ríchtin, ríchte, ríchtain, ríchtu, rochtain, rúachdain, ríchtain

n n,f. later ríchtain f. (vn. of ro-icc). a s. rícctin, Ml. 108a10 . rígtin, Wb. 28c9 . d s. richtin, Thes. i 495.13 ( Ardm. 107b ). ríchtin, Ml. 105a8 , c3 . ríchte, Wb. 17b6 . In Mid.Ir. the d s. ríchtain gradually displaces n s. ríchtu. rochtain rúachdain ríchtain, IGT Dec. § 148.3 (f., g s. n p. -ana). Reaching, coming to, arriving , with obj. gen. of destination or absol.: ós accobor lemm far ríchtu (= venire ad vos), Wb. 7a3 . richtu tíre tairn- geri doib, Ml. 131c9 . iar ríchtin tíre tairngeri, 105c3 . rena richtin du Pool before P. reached it , Thes. i 495.13 ( Ardm. 107b ). (with subj. gen.) fomentar mo rígtin-se take heed of my coming , Wb. 28c9 . i n-Emain ar richtain on arriving , TBC 1157 . ni lamaim richtain chuice, ZCP vii 306.19 = techta, LL 358 m .

In petrified phrase r.¤ les(s)a the act of needing, need (with gen. of thing needed): nach mó a richtu a lessa duit-seo andas dam-sa that you have not more need of it than I , LL 120b46 , cf. ní mó richtain a lessa in gai duit-siu, 121a12 ( RC iii 178.5 , 179.2 ). hi rrichtain lessa Ioseiph in need of Joseph , SR 3084 . See ríachtain.

? ricle(a)n

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n a dwarf : abhac, tormanach, crunnach, dealbh, riclean `a dwarf', Eg. Gl. 27 .

ridire

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x see ritire, -cht.

1 rig

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Forms: rig, righidh, riged, righ

n d,f.. a s. rig, SR 7219 , LU 4888 ( TBC² 401 ). righidh, CCath. 2060 . g s. riged, TBC 46 . righ f. (g s. -eadh, d s. -idh, n p. -thi), IGT Dec. § 191 .

The fore-arm from wrist to elbow (somet. used to include the latter) distinguished from lám `arm' and doe `upper arm'. na rigthe nó na huille, gl. ulnas, Gild. Lor. 163 . cusna rigthib, gl. cum cubitis, 164 . cubi[t]us latine .i. righ, O'Mulc. 112 . dae .i. righ no guala, O'Dav. 740 (definition inaccurate). luibenchossach .i. luibne na mér . . . ┐ cos eissib suas ind rig ┐ in doe gusin alt na guailne, Corm. Y 447 s.v. deach. int herdornn óg cen rig fist without forearm , SR 7219 . doid [┐] rig, Laws v 354.5 . dornn caurad ┐ rig ruanada, TBC² 425 . secht cubait rigi (i.e. cubits measured by the fore-arm), Dinds. 54 ( RC xv 450 ). ucht rigi the bend of the elbow , Laws v 363 n. ro sháidh sgían trí bhun a ridhe 'his wrist' ZCP xxxiii 130 § 5 . ail focheird dia rigid rind (leg. riged) at arm's length , Met. Dinds. ii 84.51 (see Corrigenda v 130 ). comhfada re roigh laimhe laeich o iond a mheoir go hiond a ghualann, ZCP x 277.6 (Franc. TBC). doronsad aenach cind righed, 305.14 (some kind of close combat?). feóil a righe, Isa. ix 20 . du. tuc a dā rigid 'mun coirthi, TBC 1233 = a di rig, St. Ériu iv 104.6 . pl. turcbaid a dóti ┐ a rigthi, TBC 916 . snadmait a rrighthe (of wrestlers), CCath. 2943 . ro gab i n-a noídin Ísu for a rigthib, PH 3750 . folongat na mna cach altrom for a rigtib, O'Mulc. 114 . neartuigh sí a ríghtheacha, Prov. xxxi 17 .

Rig mná Nuadat (poetic name of part of the lower course of the river Boyne), Met. Dinds. iii 26.15 , ZCP viii 106.6 . iar rig mna Nuadat, RC xxvi 18 § 35 (.i. iar nirt fhilidechta Nuadat, LL 186b50 ), although Rig is a well-attested hydronym Celtica iii 263 .

As fictive npr. m.: maic Rigedh Rothriune maic Lāime, Anecd. ii 53.17 .

Compds. ¤derg with red (i.e. bloodstained?) forearms : in Cú Chulaind cathbuadach . . . rigderg, LU 9313 = righderg, Anecd. iii 52.16 . Rechtaind Ríghdherg .i. rígh derg ro bhoí aigi, Cóir Anm. 24 .

¤fota: Coirpri Righfhoda .i. righ fhoda baí aigi, Cóir Anm. 63 . Cairpri Ridhfoda, Anecd. ii 77.18 .

¤remar: doiti rigremra, CCath. 2946 .

¤trén: scáilfer . . . rengmar rigtrén, FB 37 .

¤tend: laech ruanaid rigthend, LL 266a45 ( MU 30.16 ).

2 rig

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n [m.] a watchman, scout ? righ .i. fairgseoir no fear dear- caidh: tri righ gach róid .i. tri fairgseoire ar gach ród, O'Cl. Cf. BDD 14 .

ríg-

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Forms: righamuis, rídáil, rigdoirsi, rigduini, righfheinnidh, ríghfhlaithe, rígleptha, rígniath

n stem of king , used to form compds.

(a) in sense royal, pertaining to a king or chief ,

(b) pre-eminent of its kind; great, immense , used widely, esp. in poetic style, occas. with adj. and npr. Somet. written rí-. Permanent compds. in sense (a) with technical signification are given separately.

With subst.: ¤aball, TBC 2617 . ¤am(m)us a mercenary in service of a king , TBC 18 . TBC² 1483 . g s. righamuis, Anecd. ii 73.6 . ¤athgein: r.¤ meic Airt `a kingly equal to the son of A.', Met. Dinds. i 36.103 . ¤baile a royal stead, chief town : in n-aen na rigbaili ro-mor, CCath. 5825 . FM iii 484.9 . ¤bath slaughter of kings: bied rígbath 'there will be slaughter of kings' Baile in Scáil § 15 , Ériu l 185 . ¤ben a lady : bāidh le rigmnaib, Ir. Texts ii 65 § 17 . ¤bile: Crist . . . righbile os rāith, ZCP viii 199.12 . ¤bhodach 'representative of cottiers' (lit. term; ? calque on Fr. arcevilains or Lat. archivillanus Stud. Celt. xii 224-25 ): fá giúisdís agas fá ríghbhodach ar a raibhe do Chloinn Tomáis ann dá Chóige Mumhan PCT2 1325 . achtaoimaoid ríoghbhodach, 1589 . ¤briuga: Bruden uí Dergae ríg- briugad Herend, BDD 70 . ¤bruiden, Acall. 1464 . ¤buiden: docom rigbuidean na Roman, CCath. 4754 . ¤chaindel, royal candle: see Gadelica i 275 . cf. ZCP i 492 . ¤caistél: teora righcaistel [sic], TBC 5592 St. (of structures for storming a fort). ¤chathair, FA 13 LB. don ríoghchathair (= in civi- tatem regalem, of Cashel), Keat. iii 358 . ¤cell: co rathaib rigc[h]ealla, ZCP viii 203.30 . ¤consul : iar cloistecht . . . écca na rígchonsul isin Róim, LB 153a43 (of Roman emperors). ¤dál f. a meeting of kings SGS xi 122 : righdhal occ Birraibh iter Feidlimidh ┐Concobar AU2 827.10 . rigdhal mor i Cluain Conaire Tommain eter Feidhilmidh ┐ Niall 838.6 . righdal i n-Ardd Machae etir Mael Sechnaill co maithibh Leithi Cuinn ┐ Matodhan co maithibh Coicidh Conchobuir ┐ Dermait ┐ Fethgna co samhadh Patraicc ┐ Suarlech co cleirchibh Midhe 851.5 . righdhal mathe Erenn oc Raith Aedho m. Bricc 859.3 . d s. rídáil, SR 6818 (of Jerusalem). ríoghdháil nó cóimhthionól fhear nÉireann `great assembly', Keat. iii 2939 . ¤dorus: a p. rigdoirsi, LB 109a25 ( MacCarthy 38 y ). ¤dos, SR 796 . ¤drong: n p. rigdroing riata, LL 17a48 . ¤drúth: rígdruth ríg Temrach, BDD 111 . rigdrúth hEirenn, ZCP viii 309.19 . ¤dún: rígdún inna tuathe, Trip. 192.24 . g s. rigduini, CCath. 2945 . See Meyer's Miscell. Hib. (1917). ¤ecnaid, PH 4060 (of Solomon). ¤éices, ZCP viii 328.18 . drong ríg rigna is ríg-éices, Ériu viii 69.58 ( LL 31a22 ). ¤epscop, Fél. Apr. 14 . ¤fáith royal prophet , common epithet of King David, LU 2361 ( RC iv 248 § 14 ). FA 1 LB ( IT i 169.18 ). TSh. 6117 . ¤féil, Fél. Nov. 29 (of a saint's festival). ¤féinnid (féndid): a leader of a `fían' (see Fianaig. p. xiii ): Mael Huma in rigfeinnid, Rawl. 140a38 . bui r.¤ for Condachtaib fecht n-aill .i. Fothad C., Fianaig. 4. 1 . bai dono rifeinnid amra la Mumain intansin .i. Oilill, 6.12 . rífenid maith dom muintirsi 54.9 . Of Finn: leisin ríḟeinnidh 52.4 . Cummal mac Trénmóir rígfénnid Herend fri láim Cuind, LU 3163 . rigfendidh crodha ro boi i Con- nachta, Arch. iii 224.13 . righfheinnidh `a general', Eg. Gl. 523 . ¤féinnidecht leadership of a `fían'; of the Fianna : as í com- airle . . . ríghḟéinnidhecht Eirenn do tabairt d'Find, Acall. 1757 . ¤fer: cóic cét déc rigfher atát fót ríagail, LL 297a41 ( SG 364.34 ). Keat. Poems 653 . ¤fili: Dubthach rígfile, Lat. Lives 8.12 (= poetam optimum; perh. in sense of king's poet ). cosin rígfhilid co Amargin, TBC 4796 . 5343 . ¤flaith f. kingdom; of Heaven , Fél. Oct. 23 , Dec. 14 , Ep. 334 . A lord or ruler: n p. ríghfhlaithe, CCath. 4454 . 5534 . ¤flaithius lord- ship, rule : rigflaithius na Roma, CCath. 4450 , cf. 90 . ¤gein: ríggein Iohain baptaist, Fél. June 24 . ¤ídal: ic adrad Chroim Chróic rig-idail Herend chief idol , LL 16b30 , cf. Keat. ii 1924 . ¤imdae royal couch or seat , FB 2 . ¤laed: ro chan in fāid righ- lāid do Chunn, Anecd. ii 7.21 . ¤lám, Hy. v. 56 . ¤lepaid: g s. rígleptha, TBC 2 . ¤lia(e): (1) a huge stone : ríghlia cloichi, Acall. 968 . 3627 . (2) a great flood : frisort dó uisge .i. riglie mór, Trip. 138.18 . ¤longes: rígloṅges adbulmór, LL 309a43 (of Norse fleet) = Cog. 224.22 . ¤lus lit. royal herb (protection against the evil eye? Celtica xxiv 38 ): righlus ┐ tarblus ┐ aitheclus, righlus do righaib guna comhgradhaibh CIH i 145.5 . ¤mac: rígmac (.i. mac in ríg .i. Colum Cille), LU 1080 ( ACC 111 ). TBC 574 . nóebmáthir mo rígmaicc, Fél. Aug. 16 (of Christ). ¤mart: bid formach do rígmartaib deaths of chiefs (?), TBC² 2058 ( LU 6575 ) = do rigmartra, TBC 2759 . ¤míl: na dá ríghmilid . . . Poimp Maighe ┐ Iul Cesair, CCath. 324 . 4731 . ¤múr, Aen. 1206 . CCath. 814 . ¤nert, TBC 3670 . ¤nia, TBC 580 . 611 . rígniath, 2570 (g s. for n s.). ¤oínmit royal fool: Comall Clocach in rīgōnmit, ZCP viii 298.20 . ¤ollam: rígollam de rígollomnaib Ulad (of Ferchertne), LL 266a24 . ¤persa(n): a p. righpersannu na Roman chief personages , CCath. 6162 . ¤ráth f. royal fort : assin rígráith, LU 3697 ( SC 33 ). for rubu na rígrátha, RC xiv 412 § 23 . Cog. 204.29 . ¤recht: sergfait srotha . . . cen rethaib riaglai rīgrecht of divine laws (?), SR 8212 . In CCath. of the Roman respublica: meni creacadh in Roim ┐ in rígrecht re Cesair, CCath. 3202 . bidhbu in ríghrechta romhánaigh, 224 . ar métugud in rigrechta rómanaig, LB 132a52 . ¤rechtaire: rí[g]rechtaire Fhiann Eirenn ┐ Alban, Acall. 6587 . righrech- taire Erenn, RC xviii 58.23 . ¤rosc: sect meic imlesain ina rígrosc, LU 10151 . ceachtar a dā rigrosc, BDD 2 . TBC 1373 . ¤rún: ic foglaim ríagla is rigrún, SR 4134 . ¤sossad: rí rigḟial 'na rigsossud, SR 568 . i timchuairt ind rigsossaid, 550 . ¤sruth: fail ann mór do rigsrothaib, 504 . ¤suide: rigṡuide , gl. tribunal, Sg. 50a11 . hi rígsuidiu, gl. in solio, Ml. 114d2 . SR 402 . im rigsuide in Comded, FA 7 . Trip. 70.9 . PH 4134 . ō thalmain co rīgṡuidhe 'from earth to Heaven' Éigse xxi 4 . ¤toísech: meic ríg ┐ rigthuisech, TBC 827 . 1761 . ¤torad: fo rígthorud, TBC 2618 . fig. ós cach róen is rígthorud Met. Dinds. iii 16.188 `royal revenue' v 131 . ¤treb: o Riphi rigtreib imra | co dithreib na nEtheopda the kingly domain (?) of R. , SR 2647 . rombeo it' rigthreib (of Kingdom of Heaven) ZCP i 497.10 . ¤uisce: dorimchell rígusciu Herend . . . .i. Buas. Boand, etc. chief waters (rivers ), BDD 154 .

With adjs. chiefly those formed from nouns: ¤cerdach: dia mbat ri bit righcerdach versed in the art of kingship , Arch. iii 314 § 30 . ¤dúilech: a Romhaill righduiligh! `Romulus royal- creative (?)', CCath. 422 ( creator , i.e. begetter of kings ?). ¤fial, SR 568 . 7785 . ¤métach (< méit `size'): dia chlaind ra-chaím rígmetáig `of kingly stature', Met. Dinds. iii 20.254 .

rígacht

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