rosechad

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n m. invalidity, worthlessness ? roach .i. rosechad fiadan nó rosechad briathar . . . Sech .i. esbach, O'Dav. 1338 (`utter futility', Stokes) = rofechad, Laws iii 6.31 . See roach.

? roselt

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ind ard a n-alladh . . . roselt lenn donn, | rosiacht co Drong | ocus turu, Arch. iii 296 § 36 (of the Fir Arddae). See Met. Dinds. v 293 , s.v. selt.

rosir

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x see roisir and roisre.

róssaid

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x see róstaid.

? rossair

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subst. neut. ruc Cruithne mac Ciṅge a mná úadib | rossair ṅdírech, LL 134a48 = rossar nd. `it is directly stated', Todd. Nenn. 244 (for transl. cf. rosar `an evidence', O'R.).

rossal

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x see rosualt.

rossoiti

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ind : humeruli .i. rossoiti (sossoiti, v.l.) ÉC xxii 211 § 32 . See also sossoiti.

rostae

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adj io,iā. pertaining to a rose : gl. rosarium, Sg. 35b2 (taken by glossator as adj.).

róstaid

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Forms: róssaid

v ā, and róssaid (late Rom. loan-word) roasts, grills : ní rósann . . . an ní do ghabh sé lé fíadhach, Prov. xii 27 . in tan rostir ┐ loisgthir hé, Aisl. Tund. xiv 4 . d'ieronn na greidle ar ar rōssadh . . . ē, Fl. Earls 194.23 . Vn. róstad . . . a féola doníd ar chlochaib, Maund. 49 . arán geal ar na róstad toasted bread , C IV 2, 28rb19 . corp S. Laurāis ierna rōssadh for greidil, Fl. Earls 194.20 .

rostan

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n (ros, rós; for suffix see Ped. i 80 , ii 14 ; Marstrander, Une Correspondance Germano-celtique, Kristiania 1924), a rose- plantation : gl. rosetum, Sg. 53a4 .

rosualt

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Forms: rossáil, ruasuall, rosuaill

n m. (O.N. hrosshualr, cf. AS hros-whael `walrus', see Meyer, Wortk. 82 , and Marstrander, Bidrag 131 ) name of a sea-monster, called also `rochuad': rosualt .i. ainm do beist bís isind airci, LU 831 ( ACC 60 Comm. ). muir-iasc mór . . . dianid ainm rosualt, Met. Dinds. iii 428.27 , cf. Dinds. 76 ( RC xv 476 ) and LL 167b47 (Dinds. of Mag Murisci). legais rúna rosualt, LL 168a5 (see rochuad). n p. atraachtatar a róin ┐ rossail . . . ┐ ilríana in mara, CRR 10 = LL 172b10 rossáil, facs.). O'Cl. s.v. rochúaid gives the forms ruasuall, g s. rosuaill.

See rochuad and rasmoel.