ruisiman

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n (Romance loan-word?) a regiment? tanic ruisman Sior F. na n-aghaidh, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 21.2 . ceithre trupa dég ┐ naoi ruissiman coissigh, 41.11 .

ruisne

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n a young pig ? dorad damh . . . céd-láogh gacha bó, | ruisne rō ōn crāin `a great piglet (?) from (each) sow', Misc. Hag. Hib. 34.18 .

ruiste

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adj io,iā. (part. of ruisid) reddened, stained red : a guin féin, corop rusti rúad derg fair, TBC 4538 (leg. rúad-derg and om. fair?) = curbó ruisti ruadh-dercc é, St. roba ruisti rúamanta L. ón chomhrag, Cóir Anm. 199 . ba ruisdi ruaid[d]erg . . . din cru bidbad, BB 438a1 . do collaip ruste ruamanta, CCath. 2851 . ba ruisti ruamanta ruisc an rig, TTébe 1094 .

ruit

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x TBC 5430 , see roit and raite.

ruite

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n running (on foot)? ata dethbir itir ruiti ┐ rith .i. rith in marcaig ┐ ruiti na retha aile, O'Dav. 1402 (cf. follg.).

ruitech

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subst.? bla liac limad, no ruitech `exemption as regards the grinding-stone or crank', Laws iii 294.20 , glossed .i. inní is dech reithes uad ┐ chuici, in crand cam, ib. 24 (acc. to Atkin- son prob. the zigzag handle of the grinding-stone); quoted by O'Dav. 1402 with gloss .i. rith. ruitech .i. inní ruiter and [.i.] in crand cam, uair madh eisidhe i[s] scenmnanda do riagail i leth ris, Eg. 90 f. 15a ( O'Don. 2011 ). Prob. = ruithech used as subst. of a handle which moves to and fro, see citation from Laws above.

? ruited

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ind comma ruited re duba, ┐ coma fiuchtugud fergi, ┐ coma grendugud galair, TTébe 767 ; transld. `a blush to gloom ' as if = ruided.

ruith

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n a host, multitude ? ruith .i. sluagh, O'Cl. (cf. roth)? fri sam- ugud fri ruith, Petrie Tara 204.16 ( YBL 420a2 , facs. illeg.).

ruithech

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Forms: ruitheach

adj o,ā. that moves or advances, marching ? buiden mhór ruithech, TBC 5532 , St. cuire ruithech, 5445 St., quoted by O'Cl. with gl. ruitheach .i. réimnightheach. ruitheach `moving, upon the march', O'Brien, O'R. See also ruitech.

ruithen

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n ā,f. a ray, beam of light : ruithean .i. taithneamh, O'Cl. ruthen amal rétlaind ríg, FA 10 . coro scail grían . . . a ruithin tré airdib in domain, Trip. 6.23 . in teintide . . . gona rīg- ruithin rētlan, ZCP v 25.3 . amal ruithni do grein, SR 2139 . no lastais . . . amal betís ruithní grēni, LL 248a40 ( Táin Bó Fr. 27 , Med. and Mod. Ir. Series v ). ruitne greini, CCath. 5255 . Aen. 1467 . co ruthnib greni, PH 466 . ruithnib rían, SR 7143 (chev.). Of countenance, eyes, etc.: ruithen a gnúis[e] com- detae, BDD 100 (c) . secht ngemma do ruithin ruisc, TBC² 2034 = ruthin, LU 6550 . ruethen tentide . . . ro-mebaid as a roscaib, PH 4504 . dofich ruithen serci ina dreich, LU 10224 (Tochm. Emere). nír chumhaing nech gnúis Brenainn d'faic- sin ar imad na ruithned ndiadha, Lism.L. 3428 . Applied to persons: ind ruithen . . . in[ṡ]orchaig iarthar an betha (of S. Patrick), Trip. 6.27 . forosna rīg-aitriub | ruithen do grēin (of S. Cainnech), Arch. iii 220 § 5 . ruithen rel . . . ruithníges Eber-magh (of S. Bairre), IT iii 57 § 107 . (Fig.) lustre, glory, etc.: rath ┐ ruthen ┐ rigdacht, LL 234b10 (TTr.). re ruithnib a rig `magnificence', MR 190.20 . ba tren-ruathar tairb . . . ┐ ba ruthen rigmiled brilliant dash , Cog. 184.17 .

Compds. ro érigh ruithengris . . . a ngnúis . . . Césair fiery glow , CCath. 1685 . drong-bhuidhean . . . lán do . . . ruithin- ghríos, TSh. 6668 . ruithen-sholus dealraigthech, Fl. Earls 120.19 .

ruithenda

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Forms: ruitheanda

adj io,iā. shining, radiant : ic tenccaisin . . . renn ruthenda [in] nimi, CCath. 1006 . rosc . . . ruithenta, Ériu iii 168 § 25 . ōclach ruithentae, Corm. Y 1059 (p. 94.5) . d'Ailbhe rúithenta ro-chaoímh, Duan. Finn i 44.27 . rig-clanna . . . ruithenda Rudraigi, MR 216.17 . Compar. a Iosa as ruithenda ināid reullanna, Parrth. Anma 284.16 . As subst.: fo bhīthin ruithenta lōgmaire shubhāilcighe, Fl. Earls 118.8 . ruitheanda `delightful, pleasant', O'R.