rondid

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Forms: rondad, rerid, rósa

v colours, dyes, reddens: impf. 3 s. gāeth rūad | rondad for fāebur fuilchiaid which coloured sword-edges with mist of blood , Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 39 § 3 ( Rawl. 115a25 ). ní randath na roidhmethau Fianaig. 14 § 33 . cf. claideb russi roindes crú, LU 3826 ( SC 37 ). pret. 3 s. Fiachna . . . rerid sál co snigib sleg reddened the sea , LL 50a8 ( Hail Brigit § 18 , see ZCP viii 600 ). pass. pret. s. fāl | flann rosæ 'was dyed red' BDC 132.439 . assail ccrochis Congal Cendḟota ┐ ba cosmail a dath ri brat ro ros do Dūnchad its colour was like (that of) the cloak which had been dyed red by D. (?), ZCP viii 330.3 ; the vb. in the first clause may = cróch[a]is (cróch red ); i.e. C.C. reddened the mantle. pl. ro rósa uinsend i crobaib bidbad and ash (- spears) were stained red (?), Ériu v 238.101 ( YBL 210a36 ). See Ériu xii 239 § 5 . ro-rosa rindi ar fuilib 'spear points have been stained red by wounds' Language xxv 135 (YBL 781.28) . fir Ōl nĒcmacht, rosa fland BDC 146.660 . Cf. ruise.

ronga

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n m. (late Eng. loan-word?) a rung (of a ladder), cross-bar: is éigean seacht ronga do bheith san dréimire, TSh. 10829 .

ronn

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x see rond.

1 ronnach

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adj o,ā. eclach . . . ronnach rannach, BB 257b8 = YBL 177a13 ; perh. a doublet of rannach (q.v.), two variant forms being taken by the scribe for different words; or pos- sibly = snotty, dribbling , see rond (b) and Dinneen: ronnach `a spitter, dribbler, one with a running nose'.

2 ronnach

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Forms: ronnach, runnach

n o,m. a mackerel. ronnach, runnach, Iar Conn. pp. 11 , 289 . ronnach ruadh, O'Bruad. ii 40.11 .

ronnadóir

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n distributor : thuas a-tá an Ronnadóir maith, RIA 629 p. 70 , RIA 354 p. 263 , ÉC xii 531 .

ronnaire

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x see rannaire.

1 rop

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n animal see robb.

2 rop

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n intestine, in compds. findr.¤ the small intestine and dub-r.¤ the large intestine , see ZCP xiii 192 § 247 . galbra (= gallra) na finnrop ┐ na ndubrop, 193.2 .

róp

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n m. (Eng. loan-word) a rope : ro glac in rop ro-daingen ┐ in cadhla . . . cnāibi, ZCP vi 287.11 .

ropach

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Forms: robach, ropad

[o,n.] (a vn. formation from ro- and bong- `break'?), also variously spelt robach, ropad, rop-(rob-)dach. An assault, infliction of injury, of some kind (leg. term): robdach .i. fobairt tria feirg, H. 3. 18 p. 73 ( O'C. 119 ). trí gnéthe ar robadh cana .i. robadh arm cona truaille ┐ r.¤ arm-nocht, ┐ r.¤ slibre, H. 3.17 c. 440 ( O'Don. 569 ). ropach fergi, Laws i 248.32 . bain- beimeanna tre ropach, 58.13 . robdach con, v 138.20 . fogal do dire na robuch, v 150.20 . g s. coirpdiri robdaig na cneidi, iii 138.18 . cin ropuidh, ii 66.10 . aicned robaig, iv 232.14 . ? cidh a torbach, cid a robach, cid a n-esbach; lan-coirpdire . . . isna daoine, ┐ lan-dire isna robaib, Eg. 88 f. 26b ( O'C. 2335 ).