rígrach

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adj o,ā. royal, kingly : druim ríg alaind rigraig (of Tara), LL 34a48 ( Ériu iv 102 n. 6 ). do bhí sé . . . riarach ríoghrach, Hackett xxxix 146 .

rígrad

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Forms: righradh, ríghraid

n ā,f. righradh f., IGT Dec. § 12.18 . ríghraid f., § 13.4 . Kings, chiefs, princes (coll.), also a line (family) of kings: clanna Heremoin .i. rígrad Temrach, LU 4071 . im Conchobar ┐ imón rígraid olchenae, FB 44 . ro hort in rigrad 'mo a ríg, LL 192a38 . ro airg cathraig Nin cona rigraid cona rig, ZCP iii 19.13 ( Rawl. 74b30 ). i rreim rigraidhi `list of the kings', MacCarthy 406 (j) ( BB 49b ); cf. Réim ríoghraidhe (name of a compilation by the O'Clerys), MS. Mat. 163 , 548 . tancatar rígraid an tíre `the kings', BColm. 52.32 . clanno Rugraidhe an riograidh (i.e. of royal descent), Sitzungsb. d. Preuss. Akad. 1919 v 93 § 34 . pl. cē dū [sic leg.] nert for righrada what avails power over princes ?, AU i 80.14 = MacCarthy 400 e ( BB 49a1 ) = fri rígrada, RC xvii 164 (Tig.); see Bruchst. i 48.1 . brugh na slogh na ród na ríoghradh, Hackett xxxix 228 . In Fél. freq. of saints in glory: rígrad Chríst, Fél. Prol. 82 . imrordus in rígraid | immon ríg ós nélaib, ib. 21 .

?rígraide

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n a royal family or tribe : cath Aoda Find .i. in tres rigraide Connacht, Fen. 120.2 .

? rigrega

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ind pl. taethsad a n-écaib iar rigregaib ro-dúraib pangs, tortures (?), Alex. 226 . The sent. is omitted in BB. A mistake for ríagaib or ríagthaib?

rígruire

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n io,m. some grade of sub-king or chief : ri tuathe, rí, rígruire, ZCP v 499 § 8 ; perh. the rí ruirech of Laws (see ruirech).

rígthach

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Forms: rioghthach

n o,m. the felloe of a wheel : rioghthach `a fellow', Eg. Gl. 522 (part of a wheel). a mula ┐ a ccrúba, ┐ a ríoghthacha, 1 Kings vii 33 .

rigthe

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adj io,iā. Mid.Ir. part. of rigid. Stretched, distended : mina bad do shnādad, robtis do reṅga rigthi . . . ricfaidis uaim, TBC² 1182 (= LU 5660 ). Strachan, in vocab. to Stories from the Táin, suggested ringthi, from ringid, q.v. croiceann righte cruaidh tense, taut , (R.I.A.) 23 K 42, 87.20 .

rigthech

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n o,m. (1 rig) the forearms : rightheach ┐ luirgne remra, ITS xix 72.10 . da gab in noidiu ar a rigtheach, YBL 148b28 . rigthech cuit senmaire saír, Met. Dinds. i 26.169 (part of foreleg of an animal). ar bunuibh in righthigh, Reg. San. 30.14 .

rígthech

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Forms: rrígtech, rígthige, rígthige, rigteg

n s,n. and m. n s. (with art.) a rígthech n-uile, LU 8262 ( FB 20 ). a rrígtech , 8729 ( FB 55 ). g s. ind rígthige , 8053 ( FB 2 ). g p. na rígthige , 9104 ( FB 85 ). A king's or chieftain's house : rigteg, gl. praetorio, Wb. 23b8 (a primâ manu). co rragaib cách a lepaid isind rígthig, FB 12 (of hall built by Bricriu). i rrígthich Themra, Ériu iv 144.4 . turre rígthige, TBC² 17 , cf. tuiri rigthaigi, 3356 . for slis a righthoighi, Marco P. 22 . Transf. of Eden: roba lem rightheg dom réir, Ériu iii 148 § 2 (Eve speaks after her expulsion). In relig. lit. freq. of heaven: dorigne Dia in rigthech uachtarach, LB 109a1 ( MacCarthy 38 ) = riched, SR 337 . doroine Dia rig- t[h]egh co n-ainglib nime, Ériu iii 143 z . o ḟirmamint co rigtech, Laws i 28.16 . ag ainglib righ an ri[g]thoighe, BCC 168.29 (poem). Of a zone of the empyrean: égusc . . . na .vii. neime ┐ na cóic righthighi timchilles na secht neime, RC xxiv 372.17 . Heaven: ō ḟirmaimint co rīghtheagh 'from the firmament to Heaven' Éigse xxi 4 .

? rigthess

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ind for mōr-grāin Med ocus Pers | Greic ocus Romain rigthess, SR 7250 .

rigthid

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n i,m. ` forearm man', front guardsman ; cía lín di amsaib as choir do ríg? Cethrar .i. rigthid ┐ seirthith ┐ dá thoeb- thaid, Críth Gablach 583 = Laws iv 338.7 .