ruibric

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n (late Eng. or Latin loan-word, Lat. rubrica): a rubric : a ruibhríc an leabhair aithfrinn, O'Hussey TC 198.1 .

ruic

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in prep. phrase co ruic (ruice), see ro-icc.

? ruice

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Forms: ruci

ruici .i. comrac, ut est ar is baeth nech conid fri ro- baeth ruici .i. condric, O'Dav. 1337 (ruice, ruci, MSS. in both places); `any one is foolish that encounters a fool', Stokes, taking as 3 s. pres. of a vb.; any one is a fool till he meets a greater fool ? Cf. however: ruice `a rebuke, defeat, reproach', O'R. (= ruccae).

1 ruiced

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n m. shame, reproach ? ruicedh rús, imdherg aithfer, Metr. Gl. Ff. 62 . Cf. ruccad & ruccae.

2 ruiced

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n [m.] the act of lifting, raising ? ruiced ni hainm gan monur, | do thógbháil is d'árdugud, Metr. Gl. Ff. 7 .

? ruicthech

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adj (? ruccae) blushing, reddening (?): ruicthech, grísach, gúasachtach i mbí i tírthur 'blushing (?), fiery, dangerous when it is in its drying-kiln' Éigse xxxvii 77 § 5 .

? rúïd

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vb. a form of ráïd? roinde na n-ardchúiced | ind-Uisnech rúitt (: cúic) `the points . . . run towards U.', Ériu iv 154.7 (rúit v.l.).

? ruidbe

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n reflection? dues payable to a chief? ruidbe .i. biathad, ut est is tualaingg ron-íca a cinta ┐ a ruidbe .i. is cuimgech e a flaith do biathad, O'Dav. 1390 ; by Stokes taken as = ruibde, a formation from enclitic ro-forms of biathaid, cf. ruibdither .i. biathad, 1385 . Perhaps ro+dibe, vn. of di-ben- cuts away. Cf. `cutting' in Ir. hist. = tallage.

ruidbech

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n m. a robber ? ruidbech [ruibech v.l.] .i. meirlech, ut est cid rathach madh ruidhbech .i mad rodibech no mad meirlech, O'Dav. 1346 ; the gloss ro-dibech suggests the sense very niggardly, miserly . For the quotation, cf. lándire . . . donn innraic doni maith dia tochas cid rathach ma ruibech, (RIA) 23 Q 6 p. 50a ( O'C. 1843 ) = ruibed, H. 3. 18 p. 454a ( O'C. 1138 ) which may be associated with ruidbe. trechintach cach ruidbeach, H. 3. 18 p. 338 ( O'C. 700 ).

1 ruide

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n = ro-uide a great journey ? (but see uide) is mór do muir is do thír | do mac ríg, don ruide rúaid `on that gallant journey', Met. Dinds. iii 120 (ruire v.l.); glossed in one MS. .i. as iomdha muir ┐ tir ina rug mac an riogh a ro-uidhe laechdha. In TBC² 152 for: a cétna rude, leg. n-ude, see LU 4614 .

? 2 ruide

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adj v s. a fir rudi (n.l.?), SC 28 = LU 3533 (said to Cuchu- laind). ardruiri ind roith . . . garg-ruide fri croich coemnair, SR 1078 . mac do Murcadh ri ruidhe (: orduighe), LL 394.53 . ruide im ro-chorp carcrastar (.i. ruanaid ro carcrastar a ro- chorp), ZCP iii 223 § 5 (Amra Senáin) = rue, LB 241a . Perh. orig. ruddy, hence strong, powerful, heroic or someth. similar (cf. ruided). ar do geinemain a mBethil Iuda, | ar do ruidib trégda | a[r] do rélaind rigda `by Thy pierced hands (?)', Ir. Lit. 8 x (dhruídibh tréda, draítib trégha v.ll.);context and v.ll. suggest a reference to the Magi.