ruiriud

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Forms: ruire, ruirida

n u,m. (ro-reth-?), also ruire, in Laws name of a cattle-trespass, appar. damage done by cattle by running through land (not belonging to their owner). ruiriud dono, rith tar teora sealba, no ceitheora sealba, Laws iv 136.19 Comm. atait . . . tri ruirida ann: ruire tar teora sealba, ┐ ruire raite, ┐ ruire trachta, 138.1 Comm. ceithri ernaili comarda in comaichesa a n-ícthar lan-fiach feisi .i. . . . ruire na haidhche, ┐ airlim, 80.14 Comm. fiach feisi geimrid a ruiriudh aoidhche . . . fiach airlime lae a ruiriudh in lae, 138.13 Comm. g s. eiric ruidída (leg. ruirida), 136 x Comm. a p. la ruirtiu crich, ii 110.5 (text). In wider sense: la ruirthiu aine (.i. la ro-luas retha na haine) the overquick running (lapse) of the single [day ], i 150.19 , 156.11 .

1 ruirthech

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Forms: ruireach, Ruirthech

adj o,ā. (< ro-rethech?) adj. of uncertain meaning, perh. `running swiftly', hence swift, rapid, impetuous: rom- echtar cleith curi rith rurt[h]ech aga catha, Corm. Y 1018 p. 88 (orc trēith) = rom-echutar clethi cuire rith rurthig ágae catha, Corm. p. 35 = riuth ruirthech, Bodl. ruirthech rian, RC xx 258 ( ACC 63 Comm. ) = ruthach, LU 857 . tracht ruirthech `strand overrun', RC xxvi 32 § 151 (glossed .i. ro- ḟirthach do longaib, LL). da ndroch . . . ruirthecha, TBC² 3392 . Of persons swift, prompt (in action or resolve)? fochen Labraid . . . urlam do rath, rurtech do chách, SC 18 , `muni- ficent', O'Curry, Atlantis i 383.28 . rētglu ruirthech, Bruchst. i § 106 (of an abbot) = rédlu ruirtech, LB 101b = ruireach, FM i 512 (`ein Stern mächtigen Laufes', Meyer). batar ruirthig bar ríg `Eure Könige waren freigebig', Alex. 193 , cf. 572 . ros fallnatar rigi ruirthechai, 199 (leg. ríga ruirthecha?). intlec[h]t ruirthech, Anecd. v 26.5 (glossed roertach).

As n.l. Ruirthech, older name of the r. Liffey, Met. Dinds. iii 104.6 .

? 2 ruirthech

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subst. a royal house, palace ? ba he . . . an lia loghmar o ccumhdaighthea an ruirthéch nemdha, BNnÉ 20 § 45 .

? ruirthecht

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n rapid course, flow ? fuar topur. tuind trachta. cúin ruirthecht, BDD App. § 156 ; leg. cuan ruirthech?

ruis

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n f.

(orig. 'redness, reddening', original meaning of the Ogam letter name,

Ériu xxxix 160 )

(a) the elder-tree: ruis . . . .i. trom, Auraic. 1193 .

(b) name of the letter R in Ogham: ruamna drech . . . do rād fri ruis in ogaim . . . ar is tri ruis scribthar, Auraic. 5647 . ainm i mbī ruis, Arch. iii 307 § 19 . nion, ruis, dhá onn, agus ailm (= the name Onóra), Dánta Grádha vii 13 = Dánta Grádha² 89.13 . See R.

ruise, ruisse, russe

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adj io,iā. red: claideb russi roindes crú, SC 37 ( LU 3826 ). cen chorthair partaing russi without a fringe of red Parthian leather , Ériu iii 96 § 5 (Rule of Ailbe) (ruisi, ruise v.ll.). eo ruisse `red yew', Met. Dinds. iv 330 . caeco ech finn . . . ruissi hi ccorccuir huili a scuabo ┐ a mungo with their tails and manes dyed red , IT ii2 191.56 . Cf. ruiste and ruisid, and see rondid.

ruiseda

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n pl. some fabulous sea beast or monster : biasta mara, ruiseda a n-anmann, Dinds. 10 ( RC xv 301.11 ), cf. bleda mara . . . ruisenda a n-anmand, Met. Dinds. ii 56 (ruis-edha, -egda, -deda v.ll.).

? ruisem

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ind tar cenn cintaigh gabait gort ruisem, O'C. 2554 ( Eg. 88 f. 46 c ).

ruisenda

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x pl. see ruiseda.

? ruisenta

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adj impetuous (?): aos fraochrussenta forghruam[dh]a freangbhēul fuadaidhe 'an angry-impetuous group, very surly, with distorted mouths, ghastly' Celtica xiii 42.88 .

ruisid

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v i. reddens, stains red? fut. rusfith ria re tuir `in his time he will redden a multitude', RC xxiv 192.4 . vn. coica ech . . . iarna rusiud i corcair uile .i. a scópa ┐ a moṅga, TFerbe 11 . Cf. ruise.