rodamna

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n m.

(a) an heir-apparent, prince : noco ri cen rodamna (i.e. a king must have an heir), LL 120 m. sup. = niba ri nach rodomna, 270 m. sup. ní fuil mac righ nā rodhamna nā taísech féine, CF 242 .

(b) great (important) subject-matter? i murbrethaibh ┐ i rodomna (matters which a brehon must understand), H. 3. 17 c. 656 ( O'Don. 925 ).

rodarc

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Forms: radarc, rodharc, radharc

n o,m. also radarc.? d s. oc fegad ar ind radairc for cach leith, LU 9824 (omit ar?). rodharc radharc m., IGT Dec. § 11.23 . Sight, vision, gen. of the range of vision, not the faculty of seeing; a view, prospect: is ferr radharc duine glanfhescor gaimrigh, LL 12a1 . dorairngert C. do Ch. . . . a rodarcc alla thuaid `all he could see to the north', Trip. 148.10 . búaid clúaisse ┐ buaid rodairc, BDD 49 = buaid rodeirc, ib. ( LU 6893 , 6895 ). co nn-acca in scāth chuci aníar rodarc a sula as far as his sight could reach , FB 81 . dorécusa uaim síar rodarc sula, LL 235b9 ( TTr. 1371 ). ni mo nā tar radharc docuadar they had hardly gone out of sight , Ériu xi 192.19 . co facatar edh a forcsi ┐ a radairc don muig, CCath. 4964 . decsin radhairc i rreo doirce (a hopeless task), 4397 . Of the faculty of sight: set rodairc a `set' estimated by sight , Laws i 202.29 Comm. , cf. O'Dav. 273 . ar mbein a radhairc fair after being deprived of his sight , CCath. 2181 . beridh O Domnaill radharc fair catches sight of him , AU iii 498.24 . do breith radhairc ar an tír, FM vi 2256.22 . d'aiseag radhairc a intinne dhó, TSh. 9269 . ios radharc spéucláire dorcha atá aguinn anois, 1 Cor. xiii 12 . atá radharc isin faicthi `in the close there is a belvedere' (? one can see into the close ), Met. Dinds. iv 290.20 . maigen i mbátar secht radairc for cech leath seven views , Ériu iv 124 § 1 . ro dhirighset radarca a roscc . . . do saighin a mbidbad, CCath. 5555 .

rodb

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Forms: rodhb

n o,m. rodhb, IGT Dec. § 67.9 . Some kind of sharp-edged tool or weapon, an axe (?); see ZCP xxii 35 : amail treagdas rodhb omna, TBC 3790 St. = fodb, LL. amail a treghdas rodhb omna, TBC p. 881 n. 1 . amhail threaghdas rób omna, ITS xxiv 52.14 . Cf. rodhb f. `a saw', O'R. Fig. a warrior ? ruidhbh arna ruachtad ┐ mná re gúrlámnad ┐ mílid arna mochledrad, Acall. 432 (`though saws were being plied', SG ii 111 ). roidb arna ro-guin, ib. 1700 n. , cf. 2890 n. (ruidb).

rodba

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adj io,iā. sharp, aggressive? redg robda tar glasmuir `aggress- Cóir. Anm. 266 = rodba, BB 250a42 (see redg). masat elta glenna garba | as na [leg. asa?] renna rodba pointed antlers (?), LL 265a14 ( MU 22.6 ).

rodbad

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Forms: robdad

n u,m. subduing, overpowering(?): rodhbadh .i. tráothadh no toirneamh; .i. briseadh, O'Cl. perh. = robdad, abstracted from do-robdad, see Ériu xiii 74 . Cf. Thurn. ZCP xxii 32 ff. do daīnibh ni rodhbudh, ZCP x 344 § 26 .

rodercaid

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n i,m. a watchman, look-out man : in rodercaid ma darighnai a dligedh rodercaid, Rawl. B 506 f. 40d ( O'Don. 2354 ) = H. 5. 15 p. 12b ( O'Don. 1609 ).

rodial

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Forms: ro-díall, rodial

n = ro-díall a great turning ? oll rodial `vast the great variation', ACC 144 ( RC xx 418 ).

rodílse

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x see ruidilse.

rodrach

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adj infertile : adarc bó rodraige (: foglaide, cornaire) 'a horn of an infertile cow' EIS 166 § 78 . Cf. radrachus.

roduine

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n io,m. a person of rank or importance; a magnate : itir rig is roduine, Acall. iii 223.19 . BNnÉ 248.33 . idir triath is róduine, Duan. Finn ii 318 § 3 . mac ríg nó roduine, Acall. 4583 . rurig ┐ rodaine, Ériu viii 10.13 . maic rig ┐ . . . rodaeine, RC xxiv 50 § 10 .

1 róe

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Forms: roaib

n a withe or rope ? udim .i. nomen dond roi triasa teit in crand bis forsin cleith ocon udmad no occa dúnad, Corm. Y 1269 = dond roi, Corm. p. 45 ( LL 179b30 ) = dond roid, Corm. p. 43 ( LB 272ay ); `hole', Stokes, Corm. Transl.; perh. rather a loop of withes or rope for the wooden bar to pass through. pl. i ṅgataib ┐ rooib tucsat fir hErend a n-alma tarsi ┐ leicset . . . a ngait ┐ a roe lasin ṅglais, TBC 1599 . Cf. ba thétaib ┐ rothaib ┐ refedaib, 2557 (leg. roaib?). See 1 roid.