3 rincne

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n m. a type of cat, a children's cat : rincne [rincni v.l.] .i. cat . . . rincne is eisside cat mac, O'Dav. 1365 .

1 rind

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Forms: rinnd, rind, rind, renda, renna, renna, rindi, rinni, rinna, rínd, rend, rinnib, rennaib, rind, -a, rind, rind, rinn, rinn, gabalrínd

n i,m. n s. in rinnd , Wb. 13d25 (but: rind n-āga, TBC² 3269 = r.¤ āig, TBC 5330 ; rind n-imgona, TTr.² 828 ). g s. renda, Ériu xiii 74 § 175 . renna, Ériu v 72.23 . n p. renna, TBC 1263 . a p. rindi, Thes. ii 294.15 ( SP iii ). rinni, LU 3363 ( SC 15 ). ? rinna, LL 328b53 . g p. rínd, Bcr. 18d3 . rend, LU 1271 , 6418 ( TBC² 1903 ), TBC 2562 . rinde, Blathm. 11 . d p. rinnib, LU 10365 . rennaib, 1255 . TBC, 1284 . rind m. (g s. n p. -a), IGT Dec. § 41.3 . rind f., § 149.11 .

(a) in general sense, a point, tip, apex : rind scine, Corm. Y 1119 . rind a (no i) crann a point in (of) a shaft , 1105 . rind, gl. cacumen , Ir. Gl. 1008 . rinn `a point', Eg. Gl. 227 ; synon. with corr, adharc, beann, corn, 119 . rinn `an atom, point, spot', 80 . Hence the point (of a weapon or sharp instrument): gl. aculeus, Wb. 13d25 . gabalrínd a pair of compasses (gl. circinus), Bcr. 18d3 . rind snáthaite, TBC 4710 . coica bera ar a mbái rind, RC vii 300.157 ( LL. 207a26 ). eter rindi gaí, ZCP xi 84.1 (renna v.l.). tricha sleag ba rúadh reanda, viii 230 § 19 . reanna sleagh, IGT Dec. ex. 1042 . Hence used for a spear or pointed weapon (esp. in pl.): maigen na áigder rindi spear- points , Thes. ii 294.15 . nín-gabat renna nō airm nō faebair, TBC 1263 . ni geibtis renna no il-fhaibair e, Cog. 194.5 . na fir-sea thecait anair cona rendaib, LU 1255 ( Im. Brain ii 288.2 ). ro ringthea co rrindib, Fél. Prol. 37 . bás di (do) rind `death by point', a violent death; cf. docer in rí de ruadrind, LL 129a28 ( MacCarthy 194 § 2 ). gura[b] bás do rind nos-bera, LB 273a20 , cf. Caithr. Cellaig 117 . fuair bás do rinn, BNnÉ 226 § 126 , cf. 121 § 59 . go fuair a raghuin do rinn, Ir. Texts ii 14 § 28 . tre rind ┐ faebar `by point and edge', by force of arms : ba tria rinn ┐ fhaebhar dus-fucc Ó D. ina mhuinteardhas, Hugh Roe 56.12 (f. 15b) . an tí dorad [Ó D.] ina chéillsine tria rinn ┐ fhaobhar, 274.14 (f. 73a) .

In wider sense, of pointed things: da beind for tri fichtib rend two antlers with three score points , LU 1271 ( Im. Brain ii 288.18 ). tenga co n-imut renn fuirri prickles , Marco P. 162 . lé rinn diamond a diamond point , Jerem. xvii 1 . sech rennaib na ndairi branch-ends , LL 265a20 ( MU 22.16 ). nir bo lia gainem mara no reann[a] feada, ZCP xii 294.2 . do rind ind ḟeóir, FB 88 ; cf. rinne .i. fear (= féar), H. 4.22, 67a ( O'C. 2065 ), and rindfeoir, Ériu x 84 § 78 . masa ní da hal (.i. da rinnib) `of her litter (i.e. of her teats )', Laws iii 372.19 (of a sow), cf. 378.21 . ic déol na cethra . . . co faisctis na fola tar a rinnibh squeezed the blood over the teats (?), CCath. 2527 . rind aurlabra (i.e. tongue ), LU 3231 ( SC 2 ). rindadh rindibh tengadh, Arch. iii 294 § 5 (prob. a play on double meaning). Hence in B. na f. a tongue : is uairedh dom rind (.i. is imrāite dom tengaid), ZCP v 485 § 3 . (fig.) sinn ón cās-sa go cuiredh | rinn a ghrāsa gēruidhedh let him sharpen the point of his grace , Ir. Texts ii 88 § 13 ; cf. 92 § 11 c . rinn mblasa do cur ar gach mbiadh piquant flavour , Ériu xi 196.9 .

(b) end, extremity : mell ōir for rinn cech dúail, IT i 119.22 . rind a n-úae the tips of their ears , BDD 91 . ó thaig Themra . . . co rrind Banba, Met. Dinds. iv 60.44 (leg. co hor Banna, Corr. v 142 ). co rind mara `brink', TTebe 698 . a rrind mothair edge , RC xviii 159.1 . gur ghabhadar cuan ag rinn Sléibhe Rife extremity , Keat. ii 542 . ó sháil go rinn from heel to head , Hackett xxxvi 4 (roinn MS.).

(c) a cape, promontory : rind ┐ belat, Laws i 160.5 . otha in rind corici in glind, Ériu ii 26.5 . trethan rinde Pilóir Cape Pelorus , TTr.² 1084 . Cf. a rennaibh órathach [leg. Ó Rathach?], Cóir Anm. 32 . Of inlets of the sea: amal renna mara for tír no tíri for muir like fiords or headlands , CCath. 5844 .

(d) fig. apex; climax : feidhm láimhe . . . i rinn ghliadh `in battle-front' (? in stress of combat ), Content. xxx 35 . fo rinn armi ┐ enig, Ann. Conn. 1244.12 . Cathal . . . do écc fo rinn airmhe ┐ oirrdearcais `at the pinnacle of prosperity and re- nown', FM iv 698 v . i rinn iorghaile, TSh. 5743 . i rinn troda, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 155.57 . i rinn coimheasgair cairdeadh, Ir. Monthly 1930, 297 § 12 . Freq. of persons in this sense: rind āig ┐ imgona fer nHerend, TBC 5330 . tri rainn āgha, 5540 St. = rinn, H (note pl. form). dā rind aga ┐ urlaimi, Cog. 56 y . rind n-imgona fher mbetha, TTr.² 828 . rinn chosanta ┐ chalmachta an chóiccidh, FM iv 862.18 . comorba Ronan rind ciuil, Arch. iii 308.3 .

(e) point, acumen, keenness ; freq. of eyes (cf. Lat. acies): rínd a roisc ┐ a menman, BB 414b25 . rinn roisc a min-chinn is mall, Arch. iii 308.5 = FM ii 870.12 (`pupil'). rinn a radairc ┐ a ruisc, MR 270.4 . in rinn ruisg (name of a plant), Arch. i 326.29 , cf. 336.120 . rinn ruisc euphrasia, eyebright , P. O'C. (plant good for eyesight). is e in condnach inti techtas rinn cēille, O'Mulc. 236 . rinn an réasúin, TSh. 2902 . rinn fheirge, A. Ó Dálaigh vii 1 .

(f) in prosody the final word of a verse-line : is i recomarc forbanait a renda, IT iii 7 § 6 (BB). recomarc .i. deṡillabach inna rennaib, Fél. 4.29 . rinn .i. co cuibdius ina aghaidh with a rhyme answering to it , O'Dav. 1342 , cf. 1430 . aithne reanna ┐ úaithne ┐ úama, IGT Introd. § 2 . For rinn and airdrinn in debide (in which one of the final rhyming words is a syl- lable longer than the other), see IT iii 148 and E. Knott, Ir. Syllabic Poetry 18 . See also 2 rind.

(g) do rind by dint of, by means of; a later use, for orig. meaning see (a). ní terna duine . . . acht mina dechaid fer do rind gona no builli unless he got off by (dealing) wound or blow , ZCP xiii 213.14 . do rinn ruaga do gonad no do marbadh é would wound or slay him by a sudden onset (?), Celt. Rev. iv 18.9 . racha sinn . . . dá dhíol do rinn mholta mhōir, O'Gr. Cat. 486.26 (< Gofr. Fionn Ó Dálaigh). [dochuaidh] do rind retha as, ZCP vi 65.30 .

(h) miscellaneous exx.: corthi cumdachta . . . co rinnib ┐ delbú ┐ fuathu ingantu, Alex. 596 = co ríndaib, BB 493b19 ; `Spitzen' ( points ), Meyer, but perh. engraved marks or devices, cf. vb. rindaid and 2 rind = signum in Glosses. dá rinn d'inneall i n-aghaidh dhíolmhaineach Chríost a double line of battle (= duplicem aciem . . . contra milites Christi), TSh. 7061 ; a translation of Lat. acies.

See also cóicrind, gabulrind.

For compds. see below.

2 rind

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Forms: rrind, renda, renna, rind, rinn, renna, rinn, rind, renn, rendu, rann, rind, renda, rand, rann

n u,n. later m. n s. (with art.) a rrind , Sg. 70b7 . g s. renda, 73a12 . renna, SR 213 . n p. inna rind , Bcr. 18b10 . Ml. 2a14 . SR 202 . inna rinn , Ml. 145d3 . renna, LU 8373 ( FB 25 ). a p. rinn, SR 101 . g p. rind, SR 131 . LU 2734 , 9894 . renn, SR 2259 . In Mid.Ir. also m., a p. rendu, PH 6978 . Occas. spelt rann.

A constellation, star ; the orig. meaning may be that of Lat. signum which it glosses Sg. 69a6 , Ml. 2a14 ; prob. influenced by 1 rind in its development. In later lang. generally con- fined to poetry. Of constellations: rind, gl. Cancer, Sg. 100a3 , cf. 69a6 . ainm renda , gl. Pisces, 73a12 . hi coimthecht du gréin ┐ escu i n-oénrínd, Bcr. 32a6 . fuath cach renna (of the zodiacal signs), SR 212 . dā degrind déc (of the Zodiac), MR 112.22 . Gen. in wider sense, planet, star : rind [rand, rann MSS.] .i. retla, O'Dav. 1359 . gl. Vesperum, Sg. 70b7 . isna rendaib fail húas gréin .i. mars iouis saturnus , Bcr. 18c4 . na secht rind airegda planets , SR 202 , cf. 101 . i llāib na rind n-airegdae, O'Mulc. 497 . turcbala . . . na rind iar funiud, RC xxv 252 § 37 ( LU 2734 ). ho shollsi grene ┐ na rend archena, PH 6807 . renda nime ┐ redlanda, IT i 191.24 ( FA 30 LB). ranna teinntidhi, RC xxiv 378.28 . do Ríg na rend (of God), BColm. 78.21 (but: Rig na rinn, ib. 6 ).

Of persons: Enán Roiss rind solus, Fél. Jan. 30 . in rind uas rendaib (of the archangel Michael), PH 6387 .

Of the elements in general: ?brisistair na reanna aicsidi ┐ nemaicsidi fair, Dinds. 81 ( RC xvi 32 ); sureties for fulfilment of an oath, given as: muir, gaeth, grian, eoitheoir ┐ firmaimint.

3 rind

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n harmony, (in verse) rhyme ? perh. an extension of 1 rind (f), which may be intended in some of the exx. below. i tír n-ingnad hi fil rind, LU 10845 ( IT i 132 ). rind airchetail . . . gabait na cliara, IT iii 106.4 . aisti rathmar co rrind, ib. 15 ( LL 38a20 , 33 ). aeibind tām in ríg go rind | darba seol seirci . . . ceol circi Boirc[h]i, Ériu x 81 § 47 cf. Met. Dinds. iv 90.13 (Dinds. of Ard Fothaid). aes dana in rig co rinnib `melodies', Fél.² p. xcvi ( LB Comm. on June 1 ). rind eclinne cen a n-uaim `a kinless stanza lacking in rhyme' (? a faulty end- rhyme without one to correspond ?), Ériu vii 220.3 ( LL 209b41 ). acht guth eoin bhinn . . . do rinn cheóil ní chluinfidhir `no note of music will be heard', Ériu v 54.44 . rinn .i. eolus ut est aircetal .i. in rind ro bui ac Aimirgin ┐ ic Roighne, rinn aīre ┐ rinn molta (i.e. poem ), O'Dav. 1352 (see Ériu xiii 21.19 ).

rind-

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Forms: rindfeoir, rindnime, rinnnime, rindriuchta, rionnaghach

prefix n in compds. used in senses of 1, 2 and 3 rind, not always easily distinguished, somet. merely with intensifying force.

(a) with subst.: ¤áithe sharp-pointedness: co rinnaithi eoa for a n-innaibh (of lances), CCath. 5303 . Berach . . . ainm fuair trésin rinnáithe acuteness , BNnÉ 26.15 . ¤arg: rí na rind-arg ` spearmen ', Met. Dinds. iv 90.18 . ¤blad: mac R. co rindblaid ` spear-renowned ', Met. Dinds. iii 302.58 . ¤cert: rindchert cech raind `the rule of rhyme', Met. Dinds. i 50.55 . ¤ecnaid: dā rindegnaid cach riagla acute (? eminent = 2 rind) in knowledge , ZCP xiii 16.21 . ¤feithem (rinnfheitheamh) keen investigation, contemplation , TSh. 883 . ré rinnfheitheamh nó ré contemplation, Keat. iii 3112 . ag rinnfheitheamh romhaibh keeping keen look out , Studies 1921, 73 § 1 . ¤fér blade of grass: pl. rindfeoir, Ériu x 84 § 78 . ¤luas great swift- ness : tré luas . . . reatha ┐ rionnluais, TSh. p. 318 argument , FM v 1638.15 . ¤mag: Cu Rui ind rindmaige spear -( battle -) plain , Bruchst. i § 58 (< IT iii 94 § 144 ). ¤muir: tar an rinn- muir ríanaigh, BCC 384.19 . ¤nem (2 rind): dond rindnim starry heaven , Fél. May 29 . g s. rindnime, SR 510 . rinnnime, 8221 . ¤niam: ingen R. co rindníam `starlike beauty', Met. Dinds. iii 94.0 . ¤ogam: rith rindogaim, IT iii 92 § 139 (a species of Ogham?). ? ¤richt (2 rind): rēlat tria rintriuchta ráid | áes ind intliuchta áin . . . inganta, SR 7829 ; perh. = rindriuchta (= -rechta) their radiant (luminous) converse; cf. Daniel xii 3 . ? ¤ris: cingid for rinndris na mbera . . . di chach biur for araili, TBC² 1359 = for rindriis, LU 5733 , rindrús, Eg. 1782 .

(b) with adj.: ¤ágach spear-fighting: Lug rindagach, ZCP xii 363.2 = rionnaghach, Leb. Gab. i 174.11 . ¤áith sharp- pointed : clóthi géra rindáthi, PH 8111. 3296 . do beraib rinnaithi, CCath. 3154 . freagra rionnáith, Content. xii 6 . ¤balc: rí rindbalcc, SR 123. 2671 . Credh rinnbalc ingen Ronan `star-strong', Fél. 134 z . ¤faebrach: drong renn- fhaobrach `armed with point and edge', O'Gr. Cat. 464.25 . ¤gel star-bright : la ruiri richid rindgil, SR 778 . 4094 . bean . . . rindgeal, RC xxiii 400 § 4 . ¤gér: co n-ilar sleg rindgér sharp- pointed , Acall. 5162 . radarcc a rosc rinnger keen-sighted , CCath. 5555 . ¤glan: ruibni rinndglan rétglann, SR 7292 . Of a beach: trácht réid rindglan, ZCP v 496 § 3 . ¤glas: rosg rindglas, Cog. 180.16 . leth mo ruiscc rinnglaiss, Anecd. i 31 z . ¤luath: sidhe retha rindluaith, Acall. 6058 ; cf. ZCP vi 57.16 , CF 101 . ¤mas(s): mo Ri rinnmas, SR 5636 . riched rindmas `star-beautiful', Eriu iii 98.2 (Rule of Ailbe). Fél. 154.4 . ¤radarcach: co tighibh rinnradharcacha, Acall. 426 , cf. 3080 n. ; i.e. from which a clear (or distant) view can be obtained? ¤roscach: ó ralá . . . súil rinnamail rindroscaig dar in fairggi, LL 235a47 ( TTr. 1362 ). Cf. ¤rosc. ¤ruad: trérinde rindruadai red-pointed , Alex. 11 . ¤solus: roscc rinnṡolus, CCath. 5556 . ¤úar: fir na n-arm rindfuar, Ériu iv 226.26 .

rindad

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u,m. vn. of rindaid.

(a) cutting, incising : rindad ramud cutting roads , Laws iii 306.7 . Generally of carving, or en- graving : batar dealba . . . arna rindadh inte carved , Aen. 1559 (= effigies . . . e cedro, V. Aen. vii 177 ). delba loiscenn . . . arna rinnadh co hadhuat[h]mur, CCath. 5326 . dergbocoit co rindud ┐ co mílu óir fair, IT iii 186.4 . cloidheamh . . . co n-iolar naithreach . . . ōir . . . arna rionnadh ann `inlaid', FM i 92.16 . In follg. exx. seems to mean painting : doníatt a rinnadh forro . . . cu mbi saine gacha datha fora mballaib (of tattooing), Marco P. 119 . co fuath gach anmanna arna rinnadh forro do ilbrechtadh gach datha (of mural paintings), 137 . co fighuir na croiche arna rindad fuirri (of a `meirge' or banner, perh. embroidered ), 62 . (fig.) tri rindad no tria ercad ina menmain by engraving it . . . in his mind , PH 4867 .

(b) satirizing, lampooning : aige fine . . . do rinnad (.i. d'aerad), Laws v 388.3 , 8 ; cf. i 184.17 , 188.12 . rindadh rindibh tengadh, Arch. iii 294 § 5 (perh. a play on both senses). rionnadh .i. deargadh, O'Cl.

1 rindaid

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v ā. (denom. from 1 rind) lit. ` marks (cuts) with a point', hence

(a) cuts, incises : ? (fig.) scret ro rinn | cnet nach cinid [leg. cind?] | sceo fri niad `a cry has pierced (?)', PRIA iii 544 § 25 ( LL 146b50 ). Generally carves, engraves : ro rindadh isin sciath delb ┐ ainm gach rig, Aen. 1960 . do rindta roth(a) grene ┐ escai fair, Marco P. 66 . In wider sense of metal deco- rative work: ro rindad [┐] ro hecrait airm . . . do dergór ┐ do ghemmaib, Alex. 623 . Of painting: rindait-sium fuath a ndee dubh they paint the images of their gods black , Marco P. 176 . (a 2) (of eyesight) sharpens : in med beither aga feithem, rinnidhi in radarc in med sin (= Lat. acuitur) however much one looks at [the stone], his sight improves accordingly Celtica ii 122.58 .

(b) satirizes, lampoons : bean rindus (.i. aerus) cach richt, Laws v 176.2 , 11 . inti rindes nech, 204.10 . cf. be rinnuis (.i. inban file no in bancainte), Ériu xii 26 § 32 .

(c) in B. na f. understands ? ni rindond (.i. ni tuigenn) aroe (.i. rí) alcha bár (.i. bésa suadh) a king understands not the ways of the wise , ZCP v 485 § 2 . Cf. rinne `the understanding', O'R.

2 rindaid

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Forms: rindaid, rinnid

n i, m. a satirist, lampooner , strictly applied to one of the eight classes of `daerbard', whose specific composition was the `ressach'. rindaid, IT iii 5 z = rinnid, Arch. i. 160 . ressach fri rindaigh [leg. -aidh], IT iii 23.4 . in imresnach [fri] rintaich, 65 § 135 . rinntaid nomen do fir aorchaid [leg. aoraid] rindass cach n-aghaidh, Corm. Y 1081 . rionnaidh .i. ainm d'fior aorachais rionnas no dheargas gach aghaidh, O'Cl. coimius fēighi fri rionnoidh competing in keenness with a lampooner , Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919 v 93 § 33 .

rindaige

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n io,m. (1 rind). a carver or engraver, prob. also in wider sense a decorator (on metal, etc.): ailtire ┐ gebeic ┐ rindaigi, Laws v 106.7 (`relief-carver', MacNeill, Law of Status 280 ). rindaide, ráthbuige réil, Met. Dinds. i 24.161 . Cf. cicht .i. geibiach .i. rindaighe, O'Dav. 367 (rannaigh, rannaigi, v.l.).

rindaigecht

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Forms: rin- daigecht

n ā,f. the craft or occupation of a `rindaige ': rin- daigecht, Laws v 94.14 Comm. rindaigi .i. doniat in rindiacht, 106.11 Comm. Engraving, carving, decorative work: ba sain rindaigecht gach sceith, Ériu v 72.5 . dorus . . . is áillem ro boí isin bith do rindaigecht écsamail cacha tíre, TTr.² 1859 . ní denta delbha no rinnighecht forra (of ships), CCath. 1910 . Ercnat . . . .i. druinech. huar `ercad' tall isin t[ṡ]engaidilc, `rinnaigecht' sen indossa, Fél. 42.9 (where it seems to include embroidery).

rindainech, ? rindenech

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n o,m. techn. term for a recognized class of fool or buffoon : in meallach suirig ┐ in righ-druth ┐ in rinnainech, Ériu xi 73 § 7 . in rindenach, 69.18 (where he is equated with the `mellach suirig'). in rindinech 80.24 ( H. 3.18, p. 423a ). Perh. a compd. of 1 rind and ainech ` scratch-face '; see Ériu xi 82 n.