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.

ruided, ruidiud

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n u,m. the act of turning red, flushing, blushing : nāre . . . .i. in ruidiud tic isin grūaid, Corm. Y 983 . rudiud ro-álaind fo grúad cechtar n-ae, BDD 99 . inmain lemm do ruidiud rán, TBC 4043 . cen rudiud, Fél. Ep. 145 . ruidedh saerclainne . . . a n-úar a molta nō a n-aortha, ZCP xiii 270.10 . forsin rūanaid (.i. a ruidiud ig gabáil lāma Mocuta), 381 § 35 (see ruanaid). ticc a ruidhedh Aodha aird `a blush came over noble A.', BNnÉ 36 § 64 = imdherccadh, ib. l.20 . ro-ruided a gruaide, ZCP xi 94.4 . le ruidhedh gnúissi na míled, CCath. 1729 . do ruadhruidhedh rīgh, Anecd. ii 74.6 . cona elscud ┐ ruidiud tened (of precious stones), Alex. 591 . ? linfaid cloen- cheo cairechda | cech rind reil co rian ruided, SR 8096 (= co rian-ruided the red glow of the sea ?).

? g s. ceitri raithi ruidi cath | dun Eochaid, BB 46b40 = rúthi cath, LL 128a30 (`four quarters of continuous battles', MacCarthy 172 ; of the reddening i.e. carnage of battles ?). Cf. deich cét atrochair . . . is tri cét ruti gal | do neoch bered tuarastal, LL 204a37 (line defective). See ruidid.

ruidél

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Forms: ruidhel

n [m.] name of a plant with red flowers; `the herb Robert', P. O'C. ruidhel, gl. titimallus, Arch. i 333.8 . ruidhel .r. [= rígh?], ib. 23 . ruiteal (ruithél) rígh herb Robert , Hog. Luibh. (from O'Curry's MS. Eng.-Irish Botany). pudar ruidhel, 23 K 42, 417.8 . ? fig. cindfid re[a] cois . . . cland Cuilén cruaid | 'na ruidhél rígh `a prince's guard' (?), Caithr. Thoirdh. 97.2 . fiche deithnebar . . . mar rudhél do'n droing ar dath | do cloind Cuilén gu créchtach `right well raddled all were they', 123.21 (the simile in both exx. seems suggested by the hue of the warriors).

ruidid

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v ī. turns red; flushes, blushes : ataat trí toichnedai frisná ruide tocrád ríg `there are three fastings at which the offended majesty of a king does not blush', Críth Gablach 548 . memsite muineoil, ruidfes grīan, TBC² 3087 (reth.). ni tindtadh som cosin rig afrisi ar nach ruidead, BDD 19 (i.e. lest he should be ashamed, abashed ). cona rudind mo gnimae eter sirriti glaislaithe `that I should not incarnadine my deeds among raw striplings' (? lest I should blush for ), Ériu viii 172 z . Makes red : a Ri ruides grēin, Anecd. i 12.26 (but reithes is the reading in IT iii 19 ; 46 ).

? Ruri betha . . . ro rude im gretha glangéc confounded (?), SR 7074 . cotlud contuilius co sāim, | as ro ruidius maith nō mīadh, ZCP vii 307.3 (said by one resuscitated from the dead). See ruided.

ruidilse

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n [,f.] inherent right or property : conna heseba nách ní fortho do rudilse a ndelbe nach a n-aicnid dílis that nought of the inherent nature of their own proper form or nature shall be lacking to them (of those raised at the Resurrection), LU 2556 ( RC xxv 238 § 9 ). cis lir ruidilsi cacha tuaithe? how many are the inherent rights of every territory? O'Dav. 975 (or is it pl. of ruidles?), cf. Laws v 482.22 and ZCP xiii 19.26 . atāt .iii. ruidilsi conbuachalla, ZCP xv 331 § 22 . badar rudilsi gona duine ann .i. Sligi Midluacra, Ath Fir Diad, etc., IT iii 199.2 (i.e. at the places specified it was permissible to slay an enemy), cf. ZCP xiii 23.31 . Bürgschaft 12.9 . ro naisc-sium forro ruidilsi Temrach . . . oca c[h]loind-sium co bráth perpetual right to the possession of Tara , FDG 9 = MR 4.2 . di ruidilsib i mbechbrethaib, iv 176.19 (introducing precepts regarding the titles to compensation of persons stung by bees). See ruidles.