roit, ruit

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n f. a throw, cast? (path, way?) ruit roit f., IGT Dec. § 14.3 . a Gulla Fáil fada in roit | crícha bur nGall do glé-loit, ib. ex. 681 . ní ḟéchfa céili cnuic Breagh | ruit a léini gu lingthear, ex. 682 . ? fer trī mbailcbēmend . . . fer trī raiti, [fer trī ruti added in marg.], fer trī ramada, TBC² 3348 = fer tri ruitte sin, fer trí raitti, TBC 5430 (where ruitte may be a variant of raitte, orig. a gloss, which has been interpolated; Windisch TBC vocab. suggests derivation from ro-ṡét). ? bir for engaib roitclesuib, ZCP xiii 276.11 (of a [revolving?] spit; der Bratspiess in seinen . . . Radkunststücken, Thurneysen, taking as = rothchlesuib). See raite.

? roithen

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adj. bethu roithen réid, ZCP xiii 28.7 ( YBL 409a20 ) = roithin, LB 261b64 ; bright, radiant (adjectival use of ruithen)? or calm, serene (cf. roithinech)? Cf. do clēir ro-móir ruitin (: tuicsin), Tromdh. Guaire 716 .

roithid

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Forms: ruithid, rothe- tar, roithfiter, roitte, roitiu

v ī. occas. ruithid. Sets in motion, makes run, drives : in roithiud roithes a laith[e] alaill riam the impulse wherewith the day impels another before it , Ml. 42b27 . Pass. subj. pres. rothe- tar, gl. impelli, 92a16 . fut. pl. roithfiter, gl. contrudentur, 15c18 . Part. roitte, gl. actus, 36d21 . d s m. roitiu, gl. admota, 36b4 . adrad rig roithes gréin, RC xxiii 316.9 = LL 32a29 . ri ruc in grein . . . | dia réim ruithess co ro-gnath from the course whereon he habitually impels it , SR 7242 . in cuiced criss . . . | mo rí ruithes tria sirthes, 154 (= stretches out, extends). ? roithfid fál (.i. cloch) find fo trí, ZCP xii 238 § 65 (Baile in Scáil). ? cāin cach lūachair lethanglas | noco raithter a bunad, iv 469.2 (= noco roithear, B. of Hy Maine 211a ), i.e. until it is uprooted (?) or leg. nocor ithter until its root is tasted (?). Routs, puts to flight : ro roth ┐ ra [s]rain [T.] na treinfiru, TTebe 999 . ruititer . . . na Troianaigh . . . on cathraigh, Aen. 2816 . Fig. slog ro-ghasta rothed goil who used to ply (exercise) valour (?), Ériu ix 57 § 10 . techta do raith ruitter, ruitter raith fri techta `techta' are brought into action, employed , Cóic Con. Fug. 21 § 15 . ruitech .i. inní ruiter and, in crand cam, Eg. 90, f. 15a ( O'Don. 2011 ).

roithinche

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n ,f. (earlier form of reithinche, q.v.) cheerfulness, serenity : i roithinchi, gl. in hilaritate, Wb. 5d13 . faitiges i n-ūathad, roithinche hi sochaide, ZCP iii 25.29 . co roithinche cride, 28.4 (= Ériu vii 138.24 , 172.15 ). la slemni ┐ roithin[ch]i, Mon. Tall. 2 . at mathi a chland . . . im roithinchi, LU 4269 .

roithinech

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Forms: roithinech

adj o,ā. serene, calm : roithinech, gl. sereno, Ml. 33a14 . fo riagail roithenaig réil, SR 2395 . ? cubus roithnech rēid, Ériu ii 56 § 9 (transl. `radiant', perh. = ruithnech). See reithi- nech.

roithiud

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u,m., Ml. 42b27 , vn. of roithid q.v.

roithled

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n m. the act of rotating or twirling ? ag roithled ┐ ag roth-impod aroile (of two wrestlers), MR 256.18 . ag roith- leadh ┐ ag ro-tolladh aroile, ML 88.7 .

roithlén

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Forms: roithleun, roithleáin

n o,m. (roth) a wheel : roithleun `a wheel', Eg. Gl. 522 . mar raithlean (= ad modum circuli), Rosa Ang. 210.4 . re saeb-roithlen sar-muilinn, MR 256.9 . fulacht na Morrigna . . . crand a roth ┐ crand a mol . . . ┐ da nai rethlen as an moil sin `pulleys (?)', Mackinnon Cat. 133.10 , cf. da nae roithlenn ina mhol, Celt. Rev. x 346.5 (Lismore). pl. roithléin na gcarbad, Exod. xiv 25 . roithleáin, Ezek. i 21 . ceithre roithleáin, x 9 .

roithne

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x see ruithen.

roithnid

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x see ruithnid, ruithnigid.

roithreim

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n (roth+réim) the rolling, rushing of wheels : r.¤ `rush- ing', Eg. Gl. 524 . le roithrem a charbad, Jerem. xlvii 3 .