robar

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robarta, rabarta

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Forms: robarti, robartai, ra- bhartha

n m., in O.Ir. ,f.

(a) spring-tide: a s. robarti, gl. malinas, Bcr. 34c7 . hi robartai (in malinas), 20b3 . d s. hi robarti, gl. [maris] pro- fectu, 34c5 . lán in mhara .i. lán rabarta, Cóir Anm. 122 . róimse robartae, BDD 100 (a). tairm tuinni i n-aimsir robarta, TBC 5610 St. fāl re mbruchtud robarta, Cog. 162.23 (of a hopeless attempt). sruth ruadh robarta ag imthecht amach isin muir, ZCP vi 94.22 . scuchad ruadhbuinne robhurta, CCath. 308 , cf. 3455 (robartae), TSh. 2079 (rabharta). ra- bhartha `over-running', Eg. Gl. 525 .

(b) fig.: rith rabarta an impetuous course , RC vi 186.12 (Poem). no roichdis . . . 'na mbuidnib roburta, LB 156a53 . co tanic . . . ina ruat[h]ur rabarta isin tech, BB 430b48 . roborta .i. imat . . . roborta mblechta . . . .i. imat a mblechta, O'Dav. 1399 . ro lín robharta feirgi ┐ lonnuis é, CCath. 431 . robharta ro-thesbaigh . . . i samhradh, FM v 1680.8 , cf. 1626.8 . fear robharta ro-einigh amhail Guaire, ii 1122.14 . lán do rabharta roi-dhíomais, TSh. 6667 . ag tál na rabhartha ndeór, Hackett xii 31 .

robartach

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adj o,ā. in full tide; rushing, impetuous, copious: ? lege hic librum fabularum robartaich , Thes. ii 235.17 ( Bern. 128a ); g s. of a proper name? on muir robhartaich, Hard. ii 44.3 . Amalgaidh in cet-ri cain | ro gab os Cruachain cneadhaigh | a rigi rabartaigh rind | iar torachtain in Tailgind, BB 58a36 (his violent rule by spear?).

1 robb, rop

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n o,m. An animal, chiefly applied to cattle, swine and domesticated animals; freq. in legal tracts, such animals (or their owners) being liable for damage done by them. ? cach rob ina chin, Corm. 30.18 , s.v. mogheime = cach biodhbha ina chinaidh, Corm. Y 883 ( Anecd. iv 76.17 ), an ancient British legal maxim = omne corpus in delictum? rop ┐ rap: rop didiu nach n-anmann gonas, ut sunt uac[c]ae. rap immorro nach n-anmann dosrenga chugae ut sunt sues, sed tamen uicis- sim com[m]uniter dicuntur , Corm. Y 1097 ; an arbitrary dis- tinction of two forms of the word to denote resp. animals that gore and such as root up the earth. rodb .i. ainmidhe, Lec. Gl. 311 = rob, 123 M . rap .i. ainm da gach beathadhach thairrngeas biadh chuige as talmhain amhail ata muc, O'Cl. (prob. borrowed from Corm. Y 1097 ). trí ruip conberat duine-chinaid .i. cú áraig, reithe lonn, ech daintech, Triads 168 . im rubu foichlige, im rubu cethra, Laws i 184.15 ; the two classes are in the Comm. defined resp.: im na robaib bis ar fochlae . . . .i. bainb beca ┐ peta ┐ oircpeta muc, cailligh no eithi, and: na tairb ┐ na cullaig, 190.15 , 17 . trí beo-ruip amuil duine a cin .i. cu ┐ cat ┐ muc; trí marb-ruib amuil duine a cin .i. cuailli ┐ comla, ga, H. 3. 17 c. 652 ( O'Don. 915 ); for the `marb-robb' cf. trí ruip ara tíagat cinta .i. cú foilm[n]ech, sleg caille, slissén, Triads 169 . rofesar rupu tria foindel, H. 3. 18, p. 8c ( O'C. 18 ). na hecodhnaigh beca gusna robdaib [leg. robbaib] . . . a coimet for robaib, H. 3. 18 406 ( O'C. 928 ). rucus duine-chin for rop (.i. cú) . . . ar biata in rop iar fogail ┐ aurfōcra . . . rucus rop-chinaid (.i. cin ruip) for duíne, ZCP xv 329 § 20 ; 330 § 21 ( Rawl. 113a36 , 38 ). ruchtaig ruib, Ériu xi 45.2 (fragment of a legal maxim).

Fig. of a warrior: is é in robb rigthi, TBC 5418 = in rob rigi ergaili, TBC² 3336 .

See follg.

2 robb

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Forms: rop, rap, rapp

n o,m. (same as 1 robb?) a body : rop, IGT Dec. § 67.9 . rap, § 68 . ind rapp , gl. t[h]oracem. Gild. Lor. 220 (as fem.). ? gé mór ccnó do chuir na rap | ní ḟuil cat nach mó nā an mhuc though [a pig] stows a quantity of nuts in its body (?), IGT Dec. ex. 1520 . Cf. finnrop . . . dubrop `the small in- testine . . . the large intestine' ZCP xiii 193.2 . rob imdha . . . ruip reptha ic ruc[h]taigh `rent trunks', CCath. 6098 (of car- nage on a battle-field; cuirp v.l.). ? As alleg. npr. m.: Brot ┐ Robb ┐ Ruidiud a trí ṅdr[úith?], LL 30d48 (servitors of the `trí Dé Donand').

? robba

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ind Eochaid ba bladach robba | Eochaid togach toebḟota, LL 146a12 = bladach baba, Rawl. 148a2 .

robda

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robdach

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x see 1 ropach.

roben

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n ā,f. (= ro-ben, prob. a stable compd.) a lady of rank, a chieftain's wife : rígna ┐ romná na [n]Greci, LL 231a24 ( TTr. 1024 ). romná na rigraidhi, CCath. 3378 . dín roban is rígḟer (of Carmun), Met. Dinds. iii 10.106 . ag ríghnaibh ┐ ag romhnáibh na Fénne, Acall. 986 .

robith

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n (compd. of ro-?) legal term, a period of usucaption, apparently covering the lifetime (or possession) of ten owners: comdetiu saeghul tri fir. Is ann as rudrad o rosaigh co coiciur. O rosaigh co deichnemur, is ann is robith, ZCP xii 363.21 . dúruth cetbliadain ruthrod [= rudrod] no cóeccait bith .cc. robith .ccl., ib. 27 . See rudrad.

robor

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n [o,m.] a copious flow, flood(?): ri ro hic . . . mnai truaig dind robur fola, SR 7642 . ? tobair 'na bhfhuil robhair bruaigh (= water overflowing the brim?), Mann. and Cust. ii 119 n. (poem attrib. to Mac Liag; leg. robhar?). Transf. a great or excessive amount (degree): ro irgabh robor itadh in gillae, Moling § 69 , cf. § 71.2 (robarta, roburta v.ll. in both places) RC xii 90 § 111 . robhar itan, Ériu viii 48.35 . hi robur phectha ┐ dualcha, Ériu vii 170.25 . Of a person: robor Herenn Muiredach plenty, greatness (?), Rawl. 121b2 . Stokes, RC xii 123 and Moling Gloss., considers it a loan-word < Lat. robur `strength'; but perh. a native word = flood, cf. robarta.