roinnid

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v parts, divides see rannaid.

roinnide

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adj io,iā (roinn) divided, parted : mong roinnidi dishevelled , CCath. 4028 . scuapfolt roinnidi, 4118 .

roirge

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n = ro-rige a great stretching, long stride (?): roirge .i. ro- rige, H. 3.18, p. 73 ( O'C. 119 ). cichis reím roirge ind rig, RC x 224 § 16 .

roiscith

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ind (cryptic): roiscith .i. ri Goid. 76 § 58 (Dúil Laithne) .

roiscne

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n io,m. (singulative from rosc?) an eye, eye-sight ; speech (?) (in this sense poss. a different word, Ériu xxxii 89 ): cruth nad roich mo roiscni rinn `the point of my eye', O'Dav. 344 = Nero A vii 139b ( O'Don. 2201 ). romna roiscne (.i. fordorchad indsce), Anecd. v 26.6 ; 'darkening of speech' Ériu xxxii 69 .

roiscnech

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adj o,ā (roiscne) keen-sighted; (of speech) articulate, elegant (?): in rí ruanaidh roisgneach, Misc. Hag. Hib. 30.18 .

? roisech, ? roisid

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adj.: ciabtar triuin a thoisigh . . . ┐ ceibtar roisidh a righ, BB 493a39 ( IT ii2 98 ) = ruirthig, Alex. 572 .

roisid

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Forms: roissid, roisses, rois- fitis, rois, rois

v ī.

(a) intrans. wavers, vacillates (Glosses): in all exx. from Ml. glosses Lat. nutare. pres. 3 s. roissid gl. cuius nutat (sententia), Ml. 21a6 , cf. 73c10 . (rel.) roisses, 18d21 . cond. 3 s. no roisfed hires inna foamm[ám]aigthe, 85d10 . 3 pl. no rois- fitis , 35c19 . pret. 3 s. ro rois , 84c16 . níro rois (gl. non haesi- tavit), Wb. 2c28 , cf. Ml. 44a1 . With FRI of pers.: rosis fris Ailill (i.e. doubted, refused to accept his teaching), Trip. 198.6 = rossís, Lat. Lives 56.1 (= Patricio resistebat). baile i roisfe do curach `in which thy boat will pause', RC x 86.17 .

(b) trans. hesitates to give, refuses ? atbert co sgertha righi . . . forsintí do roisidh [leg. roisedh] a mainc[h]ine for Ciarán, Arch. iii 226.4 = frissinti ro roissedh, RC xxvi 370 z .

(c) tears, drags, pulls, moves violently : co roisis Dia ┐ Ciaran Delbna ina ndíaidh impelled, urged the D. to pursue them , RC xvii 401.7 (Tig.) = ro ghreis, FM ii 878.11 . gaoth mor . . . gur ro roisistair coirce Érenn uile pulled up, carried away (?), ALC i 266.17 .

roisín

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n [m.] (< ME rosin) resin: pic ┐ róisin (used for hawsers), BNnÉ 52 § 44 . i bpic ┐ i roisín, RC xxiii 32.6 . rosin `balm', Eg. Gl. 410 . nách foil róisín . . . a ttír Gáláad, Mac Aingil 397.15 (= resina, Jerem. viii 22 Vulg.).

roisir

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adj. angry, wrathful : roisir .i. feargach, O'Cl., dodechaid L. co rosir ┐ co engach . . . fri Pátraic, Trip. 44.15 . am rossir amal tenid, LL 187a2 . ? rosir quasi risir, a risu .i. ōn gāire, Corm. Y 1109 . See roisre.

roisne

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n io,m. (singulative from 2 ros) a flax-seed : leni aenroisni, YBL 174a30 ( SG 71.15 , `a shirt woven of flax grown from one seed'). is í dorigni aon-roisni do chor, YBL 174a52 ( SG 71.32 ). léne óen-ruaissni, Lism.L. xxix 4 .