rogait

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n a staff? sith-rogait farnd sithremithir cuing n-imechtair i lláim cach ae, LU 7742 ( BDD 130 ). Stokes ZCP iii 470 - 1 compares Engl. rock, Germ. Rocken `distaff'; perh. compd. of ro- and gat `withe, goad'.

rogáit

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n f. (Lat. rogatio) rogation (eccles.): domnach na rogáidi Rogation Sunday , O'Gr. Cat. 309.11 .

rogda

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adj io,iā. choice, excellent : Donnchad rogdae, Fél. Prol. 221 . cét-rith Find, bo réim rogda, Fianaig. 46 § 3 . imchomarc rogda, Auraic. 5332 ( LL 37c34 ). dia n-aithrib rogdaibh, Arch. iii 297 § 59 .

ro-geinn

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v is contained, finds a place (Thurn., KZ lxiii 114ff. ): rogenn cach mait[h] for menmain lethain hísel (rogeinn v.l.), every good finds a place in a broad and humble mind , ZCP iii 454.5 . ní rogainn la hanfírindi it has no place together with injustice , 451.8 . co nā rogainn nach ae ann, 452.7 . rogennadh glasaibh slabhradhoibh 'it was contained by means of locks and chains (?)' Ériu xiii 35.3 , Language xxv 134 . ro gennad glais ┐ slabraidh air O'Dav. § 1064 . Cf. W. genni.

rogellach

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adj o,ā. bá messi in Cú Chulaind . . . rigderg roíglethan rogellach, LU 9313 = derglethan rogeallach, Anecd. iii 52.16 . baí uile orba Briuin ba rogellach, SG 396.21 (< Eg. 1782 ); perh. a play on the npr. Ragallach in the story.

rogid

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Forms: rogaid, rogas, roichthir, roichther, roigthir, roichther, roigthi

v later also rogaid, ā. The ā-stem prob. belongs orig. to the subjunctive forms, see Ped. ii 593 (same root as rigid) subj. pres. 3 s. rel. sechis rogas , Ml. 79d4 . Pass. pres. s. roichthir, 55d24 . rel. roichther, 138a2 . pass. subj. roigthir, 110a1 . roichther, 44a4 . Part. n pl. f. roigthi, 33b1 .

Stretches, extends (trans.): gl. dilatare, porrigere, producere, protrahere. dia rogha [in t-athair] laim dia mac, H. 3.18 p. 19a ( O'C. 54 ), i.e. when a father recalls his child before the expiration of fosterage, prob. a techn. term, cf. Laws ii 210.14 quoted s.v. rogad. gé redruigset sidhe lam, Laws i 24 z . See rogad.

roglach

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adj o,ā. (< ro-galach?) combative, warlike : Nabcodon rúad roglach, Fél. Prol. 94 . míad Loíguiri roglaig, ib. 170 . dā mac roglach Racheli, Rawl. 72b47 . go roighnibh ro-ghalgat roghlach, Leb. Gab. i 224.8 . réim roglach, Met. Dinds. iv 74.75 . for rian r.¤ the stormy sea , Anecd. i 67 § 147 . fri Gleann roglach rige `the angry Glenn-rige', AU 758 . roghlach .i. roghalach .i. feargach; .i. rogha láoch, O'Cl.

rogmál

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n m. a great prince ? roghmhal .i. rogha na riogh, O'Cl. Cf. rug-

rogmar

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adj o,ā. very great, mighty ? ri rogmar (: golmar), SR 96 . lam' rig rogmár (: oll-grád), 627 . dofóethsat maic rig rogmair, IT i 70.12 (roghmair v.l.). ríg rogmara, LL 273b8 . teoraib roaib rogmarib, 23a19 = teora[i]b roeb rogmuraib [sic leg.], Oss. v 264.21 (Lec.). roghmhar .i. ro-ághmhar very fortunate , O'Cl., an etym. gl. Prob. a compd. of rog-, rug- with már or mór, see rug-.

rognas

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n o,m. (< ro+gnás) long usage (leg. term): ni astaidh rudrad rognasa .i. ar ni bi i rudhrad do fir na geilfine ar apad rognais fair, H. 3. 18 p. 236b ( O'C. 438 ).

rogor

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adj very sharp, keen ? roghor .i. ro-ghúr .i. ro-ghér, O'Cl.