Cite this: eDIL s.v. ruidél or

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).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. ruidid or

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.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. ruidilse or

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.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. ruidilsigid or

Forms: ruidhilsiguth

v g. (denom. from ruidilse) gives and bestows absolutely (legal): ar ruidilsighther in cin, ZCP xiii 21.15 , `denn das Vergehen lässt es voll verfallen', Bürgschaft 8 § 16 . vn. ruidhilsiguth, ZCP xiii 19.28 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. ruidles or

adj. and subst. (< ro-díles) `that which is specially belonging to (someone)', the peculiar property, right or charac- teristic (of a pers. or thing); generally used as pred. with cop. ruidleas .i. ro-dileas, Lec. Gl. 185 . is ruidles do rangabáil immognom fri ainsid construction with an accusative is a pecu- liarity of the participle , Sg. 188b1 . Of property: inad as ruidles do ríg `a king's demesne', Met. Dinds. iii 168 . maith indse itáid . . . mochin rígu dian' ruidless, iv 92 . ruidleas díb in tír gá dathai cosnam the land you are defending is your own , Alex. 190 = is toich daib in ferann, BB ( IT ii 97 ). insin ccrich diarbo ruidhles na bú which owned the cattle , Hugh Roe 48.18 (f. 13b) . na ccéiledh nDé diar bhó ruidhles í (of a monastery), FM vi 2250.17 . Of payments, rewards, etc. = fully conveyed; almsan . . . is r.¤ ZCP xiii 20.16 . duais ḟiled is r.¤ ib. 19 . ( Bürgsch. 7 ). As attrib.: a roim ruidles fein their own special burial-place , Fel. 214 . do setuib ruidilsi na man, Laws ii 298.4 Comm. Compar. ruidilsi do rig tuaithi primrot ina forrot `the principal road is more the peculiar property of the king . . . than the by-road', Laws iii 308.15 Comm. ni ruidhilsi dō in trian o n-ainmnigther nādat na da trian, etc., Auraic. 935 . Oft. as subst.: in tan na bid rígi nÉrend o[c] claind Chobthaig . . . ba cóiced Connacht a ruidles (.i. a flesc láma), LU 4083 . in tan nad gaoat rige i rruidless, Rawl. 149b37 ; cf. leighes aga fuil . . . do ruidlis comfurtacht na feithi whose special function it is to soothe the nerves , Rosa Ang. 256.6 . ruidlesa tuaithe, ZCP xiii 19.26 ( H. 3.18 p. 19a ). fer fodgaib frith mbech . . . is diles do-suidiu, ar is oen-ruidles la Feine `it is one of the innate rights', Laws iv 194 x . écht i fail rīg a ruidles, MR 250.1 (i.e. a valiant deed wrought in presence of a king is ascribed to him, not to the doer). Folld. by defining gen.: ruidles athghabala na daoine so `liable to be taken in distress', Laws i 106.33 Comm. conid rudhilis dúdhchusa do Ibh Caomhain `hereditary patrimony', Hy Fiachr. 158 . Of a prerogative: ruidles doib-sidhe Fir Bolg do ghairm diobh to them the name F.B. properly belongs , Leb. Gab. i 118.19 . tosach ag dul i dtír námhad, . . . is ní do ruidhleas Dál gCais, Keat. iii 2996 (poem). Of metrical forms, etc. specially pre- scribed for the various classes of poets: tigernbard . . . is duan ┐ forduan a ruidles, IT iii 22 § 67 . tri ruidleas ollaman, ailghes, ┐ anamhain ┐ glaimh dicend, Rawl. B 506 f. 33b2 ( O'Don. 2319 ). tri ruighlis ollamhan, H. 2.15 p. 79b ( O'Don. 1196 ). Of grammatical forms: fidh . . . ruidhles do fhedhaib aireghdhaibh, diles do forfhedhaib; coitchend immorro do thaebomnaib, Auraic. 764 (i.e. the term fidh `letter' in its strict sense applies only to the principal vowels, in a wider sense to diphthongs also, but is loosely used of consonants). (Of gender) dilius a tapairt for gach [n-insce] n-aiccenta iter fer-innsgi ┐ ban-innsgi. Ruidlius a tapairt for gach fer-insge aiccenta nama, 3034 (indsce `gender' in its strictest sense is used only of natural masc. gender or male sex). (Of measure in poetry) ruidhleas do filideacht . . . diles do bairdni, 756 (strict syllabic metre belongs to the poetry of the fili, that of the `bard' being measured by the ear and by `cóir anála').

? rersat re ruidles | la Pharo fechta (.i. do reimnighedar co roidilios isin aimsir a mbatar la P.) `very faithful', Leb. Gab. i 278 = ré ruidlis, LL 14b28 ; ré rudlís, BB 42a41 . ruidhleas .i. roi-dhíleas, O'Cl. (etymol. gloss).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. ruidlesta or

Forms: ruidliusta

adj io,iā (ruidles) specially belonging, peculiar (to): cate bunad ruidles[t]a in focail is aipgitir? Auraic. 1745 = ruidliusta, 4935 (YBL). ruidlista, 2650 .

? ruigthech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? ruigthech or

n f. an onrush, onslaught ? ro gab ferg ┐ londus Aiax . . . beiridh ruigtig triasin cath, BB 440a31 ; a mistake? but cf. do ghluais C. roimhe . . . go ruighe, go ruathar `crushing', ML 114.1 (= go ruaige? cf. ruac).

? ruilli

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? ruilli or

vb. (3 s. subj. pres.) ruilli .i. lenmuin, ut est mac cla(e)ime ni comail mathair ar nach ruilli aillsi uaithi .i. ar naro lena loissi oll na claime uaithi, O'Dav. 1364 (i.e. a leprous woman does not nurse her child, lest he get ulcers from her). Cf. lenaid.


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ind .i. cait[h]eamh, O'Cl.


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x see runcan.


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n [,f.] (abstr. from rún) mystery, mysteriousness : mor di amra, mor di ingnadh, mor di rūine, Anecd. i 74 § 220 .