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.

2 róe

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Forms: rói, rói, roë, roaib, rae, ré

n f. n s. ind rói , Ml. 133b7 . d s. rói, Fél. Feb. 14 . g s. (disyll.) roë, Fél. Apr. 26 , Aug. 27 ; later monosyll. in poetry. ? d p. roaib, LL 23a19 (monosyll.). Often rae, ré.

(a) a level piece of ground , of indef. extent (poetic and lit. term); transl. planities , Ml. 133b7 . róe .i. magh, O'Cl. rae .i. fearann, ib. re .i. mag, Lec. Gl. 139 , 260 . im roe (.i. . . . imm ferann), Laws i 78.15 , 80.35 . hi Cill Róe Móre, Trip. 140.1 . torchratar barsin róe i rrabatar, TBC 4553 = forsan re, St. ra tetag n-allaid arna chetgluasacht do chonaib do chétrói when first roused by hounds from the spot in which he was , 3383 . eter dá ráeib tírib [leg. tíre?] imriadat echraide ríg, 5949 . coimhrith re damh rúadh dar ráei, Buile S. 120.24 (: gáoi). i ré carpuit Fearghusa fris[a r]aidhter Imaire meic Ch. chariot-course , Acall. 1314 ; cf. ó ré na carpat, 3919 . Often of a spot in which a duel or battle takes place: geogain Cuchul- aind and sin Fota ina rói, Bó Mailce for a áth post, station (?), TBC² 1762 . gnúsi námat i rói catha, Tec. Corm. § 9 . do cer leo i rrói chatha, LL 184b7 ( Arch. Hib. ii 74 § 63 ). AU i 484.12 . ni ghabhdais minda ríghdha forro acht a rrai chatha, IT iii 185 z . ro chuartaigset fo coig ina rai catha, Aen. 3138 (of a duel). tarlaigidh rai comruic do Thuirn ┐ d'Aenias ar dorus na cathrach, 3125 . a medhon na rae comraic, 3143 . See cathroe.

(b) hence absol. a battle-field and by extension a fight, battle: céssais roë rindi `spear points of battle (?)', Fél. Apr. 26 . ni rodam nad beir a rói `who does not win his battle', Ériu ix 49 § 34 . cland meic Cairne ceṅgtar róe, LL 154a40 . coig rig trichat triallsat roe, Rawl. 84b5 . archel [= ar chel?] a rroíb rindechaib death in spear-bristling battles (?), TBC² 1009 (ret.). fer roe [.i.] cathaighe, O'Dav. 376 (ree v.l.). arm fir a raei, Laws v 238.20 = re, 240.11 (expld. as `níth' or `comlond'). athgabail fir fora tuit roi `who has lost the combat' (? on whom a combat devolves ), i 194.23 . tabairt foidb fir dotuit a re (.i. . . . isin roi comruic), v 298.9 , 16 . secht re fechaiter la Feine, 300.21 . (b 2) In legal contexts, (trial by) combat, duel : tait .uii. maigne na fechar re lā, CIH i 50.28 . tait .uii. re fechaiter lā, i 49.36 . ar is cuntabairt cuich mana festar tre roe, 'for it is doubtful whose it (the holding) is unless it is known through a duel' iii 906.18 , GEIL 212 n. 150 .

(c) r.¤ madma a rout, flight (a corruption of roen m.?): is rói madma no techid dam remut-su, TBC 2311 . iss i rói madma ┐ techid dochuaid C. uad, 1956 . i rrói madma, RC xiv 408 § 18 .

Compds. inn rae-mac[h]aire becc-sae `field of battle', CCath. 5136 (where m. may be a depend. gen., cf. for aenre mac[h]aire, 5545 ). dar roe-mag richid, SR 616 (in sense (a)).

róebaidecht

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n ā,f. drunkenness, gluttony : inglaine ┐ croes ┐ roebaidecht, Alex. 908 . immad craes ┐ raebaidechta, 914 . fri roebaidecht `excessive drinking', Mon. Tall. 53 . do chraes ┐ do raebaidecht in tsaegail `excesses', PH 4190 . Cf. róiba.

róebud

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n m. leg. term, a period of prescription covering 600 years (?) bith .cc. | robith .ccl. | roebud .dc. . . . age selbai, ZCP xii 363.28 .

roed

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? róem

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n (nonce-formation from 2 róe) battler : roem (MSS. rue im, ruide im, roe im, roe um) ro chorp -carcrastar 'a battler who has imprisoned (his) body' Sages, Saints and Storytellers 25 § 6 .

róen, ráen

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Forms: roenu, raenu, roena, rén, raon, rraenu

n o,m. a p. roenu, Fél. May 27 , June 19 , Ep. 322 raenu, roena v.ll.). ? d s. rén, SR 6788 . raon, IGT Dec. § 96.5 .

(a) a way, path, route , used in a looser and more general sense than rót. coro rāith fo róenaib riad, SR 5717 . ba fada in raen táinic, ZCP xiii 219.12 . confaca modh [= mogh] . . . ara cinn ar a raen on his way towards him , ZCP vi 37.7 . gabhuit na sloigh . . . in roen for a n-agaid `march to meet them', Marco P. 32 . gabais an ráen i ndecchaid na ccleirech, BNnÉ 292 § 9 . is é raon inar ghabh, tré mhuir dToirrian do Shisilia, Keat. i 158.32 . raon tre iathaib aimhreidhe | go Cill meic Duach, BNnÉ 229.1 . ná léig mé ar na raonaibh rom- hainn the way before me , TSh. 2113 . raen na carbut chariot- road , Acall. 2348 n. = rót, Lism. dacuadar rompu maraen | go teach Hirúaith ar gach ráen `over every road' (i.e. by the shortest route?), Ériu iv 176.5 . tic frit as cech roen opposes thee in every way , MR 14.13 = FDG 92 . snigid snechta do cech róen, LL 298a26 .

(b) used loosely of surfaces, spaces and in other derived senses: mor d'eniuch dorigne os raen, ZCP viii 272.12 (= on the earth, while alive?). compert Mugain . . . os róen ruamach ré | in nÁed sáer sluagach Sláné, LU 4325 = LL 145b45 ( SG 84.40 ). nocha tāinic ar mag raon | laech nā naem rob ferr, ZCP vii 304.8 . luaithreadh ┐ denngur dona maghraenaibh field- routes , CCath. 3143 . an raon atá idir an dá ghualainn the line from shoulder to shoulder , Eochairsg. 38.32 . raoin dearga na gcúig gcridhe tracks, marks (of the wounds of Christ), A. Ó Dálaigh xxiv 9 . raoin uaigneacha an iúil deireit `desert tracks of secret lore', Content. xxii 27 ; cf. xxix 8 . os róen na ndrúad find `above the ranks of the noble druids', Met. Dinds. iii 230.67 . i Temraig os raenaib rind rows of spear-points (?), LL 298b41 . réalt i raonaibh aedhreamhla the tracts of heaven , Keat. Poems 70 . ráon na slíabh the range of the mountains , Job xxxix 8 . ro bris ráon catha for fórmna mathe na Tróianda `a battle- breach', TTr.² 164 .

(c) r.¤ madma (techid) ( the way of ) rout, flight : ba raen madma ar Ulltaib, Acall. 1193 . ro maid roen ro-madma ar Gallaib, Cog. 190.26 . gluaisis roimhe i raon madhma, TD 1.36 . rus leic a ráon madhma ┐ ro-theithidh é, Fl. Earls 232.2 . raon madhma ria n-uathadh . . . for ilchédaibh, FM vi 2288.11 . Seldom in pl.: dorochratar hi rraenu ro-mádmai, Alex. 130 , cf. 146 . In SR 6788 : ría ṅDauid trén derbdai rainn | dosrat hi rén ro-madmaim; the use of the dat. of maidm is due to rhyme.

(d) hence absol. a defeat, rout , with FOR (AR) of vanquished, RÍA of victor: for a muintir ba fír-róen, SR 5092 . menbad Chonall is forainne bad róen, CRR 55 . an tan ba raen fair . . . in tan ba raen riamh, TBC² 2679 . dia mbad fair bhad róen, TBC 5880 . is rempu bud roen, LB 123b51 . dia mbadh forra badh ráon ria bFeraibh Bolg, Leb. Gab. i 148.2 . la líonmaire na sochaidhe batar i raén rempa, FM vi 2132.1 . ba róen ille ┐ innund in comrac rout (havoc) on both sides , TTr.² 1349 . Oengus ocus Midir . . . rucsat ar in ríg in raen `had overreached the king', Ériu vii 227 § 62 . raon gacha ruathair, TSh. 6660 . pl. ni fess nach ḟorm bus ráena, LL 296b13 . birt a ráena forru (of a game), LU 4985 = roena, TBC² 495 YBL. In sense of falling: in t-usce sís ina raín, LL 298a24 . feib no betis tigi na cathrach ic raen ┐ ic ro-tuitim, CCath. 783 . Cf. annró, seachrán, fadhban, raon, Eg. Gl. 24 . raon úaithne (name of a metrical fault), IGT Introd. 2.28 may be a fig. use of this sense.

Compds. in various senses above

(a) with adj. ¤abbaig (apaig)? neart ag ár naem-abaid | os gach recht raen-abaig, ZCP viii 203 § 22 (= ripe for defeat, overthrow? ). ¤dírech: i ródaibh raoíndírge na sein-Mhidhe straight, direct Hugh Roe 26.13 (f. 7b) , cf. for ródaibh raoín ndírghe na Midhe, FM vi 1920.19 .

(b) with subst.: dar róendes richid, SR 1018 (des .i. ordugud, O'Dav. 759 ). téid . . . a raonfōd Rómha on the road to Rome , BNnÉ 240 § 172 . mac Ruide co róengaí `of the victorious spear', Met. Dinds. iii 300.34 . nī rād rāingo deceitful (?), RC xxxvi 262 § 9 = roengo (: oenló), LL 45b13 . róen-guba `wail for defeat', Met. Dinds. iii 240.16 . i roenmaig rindnime, SR 510 .