1 ris

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Forms: resi, reisi

n f. a piece of news, tidings, story (poet. word). ris .i. scél. risi .i. scéla, Corm. Y 1099 . LU 554 . reisi ainm [in] sgeil, Metr. Gl. Ff. 12 (ris, rís v.l.). ris faisneis, Met. Gl. 31 ( Eg. § 2 ). Lec. Gl. 481 . diḟulaing riss re aisneid, Colum cen beith dire tidings to relate, that C. is no more , ACC § 8 ( RC xx 158 ). ris nach lánchinte a report not fully confirmed , LL 138a38 ( Trip. 536.17 ). is oll in ris sin táinig cuguinn, S. mac F. ar faghbáil báis, O'Gr. Cat. 147.3 (scribe's note). ? g s. caine rissi, rige la Día a ndeoidh retha delightful tidings , ZCP viii 197 § 2 . ? gé beith seal étresi air | fedh na cēdreisi cocaidh, Ir. Texts ii 25 z (i.e. on the first tidings of war?). pl. sliocht sceo mo risi (.i. innis dó mo sgéla), ZCP v 487 § 1 (B. na f.). vi 259.9 . fochtus int sentonn rise nde, RC xi 129.7 (Uath B.E.). findaib risib rígaib béoil 'with fair tidings on his lips for kings' Ériu xxiv 10 . A tale : riss in mundtuirc dorinde Ulcan (title of a story), RC vi 190.32 . ris cen aisde `a tale without verse', Met. Dinds. iii 54.4 . cen díl dámi resi (.i. scelaigi) without rewarding story-tellers , RC xii 70 § 39 = risi, LU 558 , Corm. Y 1099 , O'Dav. 602 , resi, LU 564 , reisi, YBL 137b43 . risi rēde `smooth tales', RC xxvi 22 § 69 , cf. LU 555 . rissi ruada warlike tales , 24 § 85 . ar chotlud cain bindris sleep of sweet dreams , Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 24 ( IT iii 39 § 31 ). rann ┐ res ┐ rece `tale (?)', Auraic. 1920 . ? ra bert a thrí resse gémmend bar airde (of the Dond Cúalgne), TBC 6124 .

? Compd. og imarbhaghadh, ┐ oc resbagaibh `quarrelling', TFrag. 24.10 .

Cf. res.

? 2 ris

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Forms: ris

n a king : ris .i. ri, Lec. Gl. 294 = ruis .i. ríg, 86 M . Acc. to Stokes, borrowed from Lat. rex. No exx. in lit.

3 ris

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adj bare, exposed, uncovered see fri IX (f).

? riside

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n io,m. (1 ris Fled Bricrenn ocus Loinges Mac nDuíl Dermait 87 ) a story-teller : ata sund a mathair ┐ a n-athair .i. Rian ┐ gabar [leg. Riangabar] ┐ Finnabair riside a n-athar Riangabra, IT ii1 180.183 (`Erzählerin', Wind., but the text seems corrupt). reisidhe ainm [don] sgéluidhe, Metr. Gl. Ff. 12 (risighe, reisi v.l.).

rith

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Forms: ruth, riuth, riuth, rith, ruth, riuth, riuth, rith, ruth, retho, retha, retha, reth, rith, reatha, rioth

u,m. vn. of rethid, also ruth. O.Ir. n s. riuth, Sg. 106b8 , Ml. 89c10 , 90b10 , AU 763 ; in riuth , Bcr. 18b12 . rith, Arm. 189b2 ( Thes. i 498 ), Bvn. 2a23 ( Thes. ii 33 ). Fél. Prol. 28 . ruth, SR 3107 . LL 203a21 . a s. riuth, LU 8663 . d s. riuth, Wb. 20b6 . rith, Sg. 108b3 . Hy. v 93 . ruth, SR 3285 , 4051 , 6043 , 7411 . LL 236a17 . g s. retho, Ml. 42c19 . retha, 93b4 . Hy. ii 9 . n p. retha, Fél. Ep. 274 . g p. reth, SR 2671 . rith m. (g s. n p. reatha), IGT Dec. § 71.4 . d s. rioth, ib. ex. 1551 .

(a) the act of running; a run, rapid course (in wide sense): leim nó riuth (gl. πήδησις), Sg. 106b8 . innar rith arsid-ne, gl. in nostro vetere curriculo, 108b3 . luid E. lám frisin sruth | ocus nir garit in ruth, Met. Dinds. iv 354.46 ( LL 203a21 ). no thelged a chlettini . . . ┐ no bered rith baíse 'na ndiaid, TBC 893 . rith fri nem, IT i 124.18 (prov. of a vain attempt). niro ansat don reimim ro-retha sin, CCath. 5544 (of troops rushing to an encounter). dochuadar i cenn a retha took to their heels , MR 318.4 . [dochuaidh] do rind retha as escaped by running , ZCP vi 65.30 . rith in marcaig, O'Dav. 1402 . oc rith isin aeor flying , PH 1733 (of Simon Magus). dorinneas rioth tre lár an tsluaigh, Duan. Finn ii 260 § 43 . raoth do denum, Rosa Ang. 130.22 , cf. 326.7 . lúath do rioth chum uilc swift in running , Prov. vi 18 . i rith (with reflex. poss. pron.) running: co ḟacca mac légind ina rith secci (= iuvenem scholasticum currentem), Lat. Lives 82.6 ( LB 65a20 ). tíagait ina rith . . . cen tairsem, FA 29 . RC xix 146.4 . ? techid G. assin cath . . . ┐ a gilla i rraith, ZCP iii 212.1 ( LU 9645 ); by Stokes taken as = do ráith `only' (? together ; see Met. Dinds. i 62 n. 22 ). for rith running, hence quickly, forthwith; cf. luid . . . for a rith cosin n-oencrann, SR 1284 . fer ruc breith for fís for ruth who interpreted a dream immediately , 3285 . batar buidig do Dia . . . robdar dimdaig dé for ruth very soon after , 4051 . Cf. 7411 creitted do Patraic for rith, LU 9486 . blith is ith | uaid no chuingitis for rith, Met. Dinds. iv 20.18 (`in due season', Corr. v 141 ). tairnit duit in tṡluaig for ruth, Death-tales 20.14 . Of animals: assan . . . luath a ruth, SR 3107 . oendam retha draught-ox , Rawl. 130b51 ( ZCP iii 4 § 8 v.l.). almai énlaithe . . . berid riuth for sét, FB 49 . Of chessmen: déca a rretha fían fidchell, SC 30 ( LU 3559 ). But this may be for ṡretha. Of a ship: ra cured in lestar . . . fora lánrith, LL 219b43 ( TTr. 198 ). Freq. of natural objects, heavenly bodies, rivers, etc.: rith ro-seim os bith . . . ind aeo[i]r uair current, circula- tion , SR 39 . in riuth retae inna airndrethcha, Bcr. 18b12 . rith lunae, Bvn. 2a23 . riuth grene, Ml. 89c10 . dī grein do rith im- malle, AU 910 . Cf. CCath. 938 . do taisceltaib . . . reatha saighnen of the course of lightnings , 3899 . ríth mara buirb tar bruach, IT iii 88 § 103 . uisce reatha running water , Levit. xiv 5 . rith folo (gl. dysenteria) bloody flux, Ardm. 189b2 ( Thes. i 498 ). riuth fola, AU 763 . Cf. PH 2792 . dobeir sās co rith ima braighit a running noose (?), Aen. 3102 . ro glacc corda . . . ┐ do cuir snaidh[m] retha fair `a slip-knot', ZCP vi 297.4 . rith teangadh re toil n-aignidh (= glib chatter), Content. xxiii 5 , cf. xxix 8.

(b) in fig. sense of laws, liabilities, etc.: rith cana Patraic go moirsheisear, Eg. 88 f. 7a ( O'C. 2186 ). rith chána aicillne, H. 3.17, c. 420 ( O'Don. 517 ). Of accumulating of interest, fines, etc. and transf. of the interest itself: nochon fuil rith ar in fiach foimrim[e], H. 3.18, p. 125a ( O'C. 230 ). reatha fuillema, Laws v 414.12 . Possibly a similar metaphor is implied in SC 41 ( LU 3905 ): bés nípad rith lat-su mo lecun-sa . . . cía no trialltá (`Gewinn wär's dir nicht, mich zu verlassen, auch wenn du's versuchtest', Thurn. Sagen a. d. alten Irland 100 ).

(c) career, life : o fororbai Patraic a rith mbúada isin bith, Trip. 170.9 . ba réil ro-blad a retha, Met. Dinds. i 30.22 . rige la Día a ndeoidh retha, ZCP viii 197 § 2 . do chríochnuigh mé mo rioth (= cursum consummavi), TSh. 2768 . Cf. anad dom rith ro-baisi . . . do bud mithig my career of folly , Arch. iii 312.4 .

Compds. ruadhbhuinneadha rioth-arda rabharta running high , TSh. 2079 . ? dochum in tsrotha ruit[h]ruaid, ZCP iii 19.9 ( Rawl. 74b26 ).

rithar

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n [o,m.] (formation from rith, cf. sruthar: sruth, saethar: saeth, Wind. TBC p. 266 ) a run, gallop : rethair in gerrāin . . . do Druim macc U., Trip. 248.19 . rucad in Dond Cualnge i rrithur ┐ i fúatuch úadib, TBC 2040 = i ruat[h]ar, St.; ib. 2028 = i rrith, St.

rithi

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Forms: ríthi

(part. of nec. from renaid) that is to be sold, for sale : ríthi, gl. venalem, Ml. 36a37 .

rithim(m)

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n m. (Lat. rhythmus) rhythm; strictly of irregular or free verse , acc. to O'Dav. 1219 : amhail roghabh rithim arradh Mettuir, as amhlaidh atāid na baird . . . arradh na ffiledh, Ériu ziii 42.5 ( O'Dav. 47 ). bidh binnius co certus isin metur ┐ binnius cen certus isin rithim; i.e. `rithim' as dis- tinguished from `metur' or metrical verse is rhythm without strict number, but this distinction is not always borne out. tria rithimm doronad int imon-sa, LB 237b12 ( LH 65.55 , of the Altus Prosator). tre rithim doronai ocus se sillaba dec in cech line, LH 84.2 . Ambrosius . . . is e doroine hunc imnum . . . tria rithim dorónad, Fél.² clvii x (of the Gloria in excelsis Deo). molad . . . iarna dhenum tria rithimm, Lism.L. 2673 . amail tuirmhim im rithim no im rioth úamha no certusa, Leb. Gab. i 58 n. 2 (of metrical verse).

rithlerg

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n ā,f. (cf. retoiric and see Celtica vii 71 n. 2 ) an impromptu composition in free verse (without metre but with alliteration), see ZCP i 132 , 133 . do chum in clereach . . . in rithleirg mbig-sea `rhetoric', RC xx 45 n. 5 ( YBL 72b13 ). gonadh ann isbeart C. in rithlearg `impromptu', CRR² 80.19 . laidh no roscudh no rithlearg, MR 92.4 . gréas do rithlearg, rosg nó rann, Content. xii 5 . gan laoidh fhúar rithlearg dha reic, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 258.7 . g p. gan rádha rithlearg molta, Ériu viii 192.25 . rithlearg `a kind of extemporaneous verse', P. O'C.

rithrann

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n [o,m.] (compd. of rith?) name of a feat of Cuchulainn : do gab a rothchless . . . ┐ a rithrann ┐ a ilchlesa uili, Comp. Con C. 93.3 .

?rithrosc

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ind rethait rithrosc iar sét sain (of the stars), SR 7923 . Stokes, Academy no. 584 (1883) emends: rith roisc, cf. 1339 . Cf. frithrosc.