ruincen

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x see runcan.

rúine

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

rúinech

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adj o,ā (rún) mysterious: Dīa dūileach . . . Ruiri rūineach, ZCP viii 561. 23 . riched ind rig ruinig, Rawl. 106b30 . clanna Ugein . . . batar rúinig rathmaige `were trusty men of the pros- perous plain', Met. Dinds. iv 316 (i.e. confidential, intimately acquainted with the plain, as opposed to the síl deoraid of follg. line?). Cf. rúnach and follg.

rúinid

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Forms: rúinídh

n i,m. a confidant, counsellor : ní bad rúinid duit fer labar, Tec. Corm. § 34.8 (= do not trust a garrulous man with your secrets). rúnaid cách co ugra, § 31.16 (i.e. you can trust a man till he quarrels with you) = rúnid, LL 345d46 , rúinídh, BB 65a7 . a Dé . . . is tú mo rúinid co rath, ZCP i 497.6 ( Rawl. 79b41 ).

ruínid

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v ī, variant of roínid q.v. saigit chath ruad ruinit flanndruba fichtib toebtholl (`sie brechen blutiges Schlagen'), IT ii1 183.235 ( YBL 117a24 ). di lár Tailten rūanaid glē | rūinfid riäm hi fochlae, ZCP xii 233 § 46 (B. in Scáil). ? rūi- nid coicthiu cūan crō-ferg fri fīannsa feba (faba, MS.) a bloodthirsty pack wages wars (?), Arch. iii 298 § 67 (by Meyer taken as 3 s. subj. pres. of rúinim I deliberate, counsel ).

ruinnec

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x see rindiuc.

1 ruire

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x see ruiri.

2 ruire

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x see ruiriud.

ruirech

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Forms: ruirech

n o,m. a king, ruler, chief ; a rare word, prob. due to mistaking the g p. ruirech in the title rí r.¤ for an adj. or noun in apposition (cf. do ri ruiriuch, Laws ii 224.9 ). ? sé bliadna ruirac co ro-gail | Irrechtach mac Dungalaig `overking', Arch. Hib. ii 93 § 18 ( LL 185b33 ); prob. a mistake for some vb., the line being hypercatalectic. ainm gach rig ┐ gach ruirigh . . . ro gēbadh flaithus na hEtaili, Aen. 1960 . gart an ruirich (of Colum Cille), ZCP viii 197 § 8 leg. ruirech?). For: rét[g]lu ruireach, FM i 512 , see ruirthech.

? ruirechas

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n m. office or authority of a `ruiri': ruirechas `lordship dominion', O'R.

ruiri

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Forms: ruire, ruirig, -ich, ruirech

n g,m. later ruire. a d s. ruirig, -ich, g s. ruirech.

(a) a king, supreme ruler, in this sense freq. of Deity in relig. poetry: snáidsiunn ruri, Hy. i 27 . ruri nime, ib. 4 (gl. ro-ri). is tú mo ruiri, Fél. Prol. 14 . a Ruiri, A Rí!, 285 . Brigit māthair mo rurech, Hy. v 4 (ruirech v.l.). ruire na ríogh, A. Ó Dálaigh xxix 10 . Used of kings of Ireland: Bres mac Eladan . . . ropo ruiri co ro-méit, LL 127a50 . cóic bliadna do Themraig tricc | cen rurig, 129a39 ( MacCarthy 154 § 1 , 198 § 2 ). Diarmait mac Cerbaill . . . ard-ruri Mide, LL 184b38 ( Arch. Hib. ii 83 § 10 ). gurab mise is ruiri da bar righaibh overking , Ériu xi 190.11 (of the Tuatha D.D.).

(b) generally in Mid.Ir. applied not to the `high king', but to a subordinate or provincial king ; oft. to a chieftain inferior to a `rí'. tri secht cumula do ruirig, cethri secht cumula do ri ruiriuch, Laws ii 224.8 , where the Comm. defines the `ruiri' as: rí Erund co freasabra ris .i. ri lethe Erund, and the `rí ruirech' as: rí Érunn cin freasabra, the king whose authority was recog- nized throughout the country, including the Scandinavian sea- ports, Dublin, Waterford and Limerick. See ZCP xiv 341 . rí ruirech, aca-side bid righa .i. rí cuicid, ┐ rí Erenn, Laws iv 226 y . is e ríí rurech in sin . . . huaire mbíte rí ┐ tuathai fo . . . a chuindriug, iv 330.18 Comm. By extension, rí r.¤ is applied to a secondary king: seacht n-eich . . . do rí ruireach na [b]Forthuath, BR 78.6 . Of the Deity (in poetry): lam righ ruireach, Anecd. i 73 § 213 . a rí ruirech, Sitzungsb. d. Pr. Akad. 1912 xxv 439 § 8 seems addressed to St. Brendan. Of inferior kings: do dith mo ruirech ruanadae, Ériu viii 172.20 (of Conchobar m. Nessa) cach drong immá rig, cach réim immá rurig, FB 7 . Maccni Natfroich . . huadib ríg. | huadib rurig, Trip. 196.17 . trī maicc Rūaid, ruirig ḟlaind, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 20 § 1 (glossed .i. fo-ri sub-king , LL 311c35 ). cethrac[h]a dalta lais di maccaib ríg ┐ rurech na mMuman, LU 1555 ( IT ii2 188 ). co n-indiseadh [rí Teamhra] dá ruiri | tuaristal cach aen-duine, BR 238.21 = da cuire, BB. tricha ruirech, tricha niad:..ba forum rí, LL 206a51 (of a king of the Tuatha D.D.), cf. Acall. 465 . righ ┐ ruirigh ┐ ro-daine, CCath. 4646 (of Pompey's army), cf. 4887 . ro marbh . . . a riogha, ┐ a ruireacha, Cog. 138.4 (of Danes). In early mod. poetry used in wide sense of a chief, head of a family, etc. : do bhí im' ruire-se mire agus míne, Hackett xxxix 129 . ruire diadha ciallmhar, E. O'Rahilly xxvi 17 (1911). ruire .i. tighearna, O'Cl. See Críth Gablach, p. 105 .