ruithnigid

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v g.

(a) trans. causes to shine, makes bright, illumi- nates : ruithen . . . ruithniges Eber-magh, IT iii 57 § 107 ( Bruchst. i § 52 ). Rí ro ruithnig rétlaind ráin | riasna druidib, SR 7537 . pass. pret. cora mínchendsaiged muir ┐ cora raithenaigit renda, LL 219b15 ( TTr. 179 , where Stokes reads: ra aithenaigit `might be recognized'). impers. do ruithnighedh uime, ZCP x 295.14 = do ruamhnaigedh . . . iom Coinculainn, TBC 3888 St. = do ruithnigedh , Eg. 106 .

(b) intrans. shines; glows : ro dérg ┐ ro ruthnig in mílid, PH 7236 . ro ruithnigh ┐ ro derg a gnúis, ZCP xiii 213.4 . Vn. ruithnigud q.v.

ruithnigthe

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adj io,iā. (part. of ruithnigid) illuminated; shining, radiant : la rith ṅgréne . . . ruithnigthi, RC xx 258.4 ( ACC § 62 ). riched ind rig . . . ruithnigthe, Rawl. 106b30 .

ruithnigthech

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adj o,ā. shining, gleaming : cathbarr r.¤ , TTébe 1489 . rind . . . r.¤ soillsi, 4864 .

ruithnigud

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Forms: roithnigud

n u,m. the act of shining; radiance : roithnigud, Sg. 36a3 (prob. intended to gl. Auroram of the text). ruithni- ghudh rind, Ériu ii 130.2 . do-ráitne sollse ┐ ruithniugud ádbul, PH 1283 . ruithnigugh tenedh, IT ii2 98.33 ( BB 493b12 ). ruithnigid [leg. -ud] tened . . . ima rusc, TBC² 2570 .

rulacht

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n = ro-lecht a great grave or tomb : bíd hé in t-inad oirrnidi . . . mochin rí darab rulacht, Acall. 2622 = ro-lucht, BNnÉ 193.16 .

? rulad

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Forms: ruladh

n destroying; destruction, slaughter? ammiti tuath- chaecha taircebat mo milliud mo rulad, LL 119b30 (Beochobra Con C.). ruladh `slaughtering, massacring', O'R. See follg.

? rulaid

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ind trí maic ro ḟácaib Lugaid | cársat rulaid a febda, LL 206a42 . dobér-sa teist ar Fiacho | cársat rulaid a ḟebda, ib. 49 = gersat rulaidh a bhḟeadma . . . gérsat rulaidh a ḟaghla, Acall. 457 , 461 ; O'Gr. SG 104.11 , 15 gives ruladh in both lines and translates `passed away', `obscured'. Cf. as-lui ?

? rull, ? roll

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ind fir hÉrenn o thuind co tuind, | ní himmarbáig im mór-ruill `about great pride (?)', Ériu i 132.70 ( LL 46b27 ).

rúm

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n room, interior space : in follg. exx. appar. used of the hold or interior of a sailing-vessel. rainic a cenn ┐ a colann i rumh na rata . . . i raibhe, CCath. 2814 . ro tuitsetar . . . i ruma na rat[h]a, 2838 ; `on the floor of the raft' Stokes in both exx., deriving it from O.N. and A.S. rúm; the ratis of Lucan ren- dered in Irish by raith seems to have been rather a flat- bottomed boat or punt than a raft (see the description in Phars. iv 420 fg. ). ruchtgal na rúm ica ruth, LL 236a16 ( TTr. 1419 , `the rumbling of the hawsers'?). ro suidighset a longa . . . ┐ ro lasat a rama uili ina rumaib `put all their oars in their places' (? holds ), Aen. 985 .

? rumnad

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ind menbad leca lis Lugdach | lasarumnad [rumnad v.l.] cach ṅderba [ndremna v.l.], Ériu v 210.53 ( LL 125b6 ); the phrase `leca l. Lugdach' is glossed: ruici ┐ aithis, p. 217 .

rumpud, ? rompud

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n m., LL 267a18 , in description of a youth who has eleven chains attached to his body with seven men at the end of each: com[.] rompur ferda feramail cu[sin?] óen mórfessiur déc, cunas-tairṅgend feib ro thairṅged a com- lín de bolganaib belca for áthi ┐ etrummi . . . in tan rabenad cend ind ḟir díb . . . risin carraic clochi issed atbered in fer-sin `ní da thetarrachtain gaili na gascid berair in rumpud sin', LL 267a11 fg . ( MU 34.12 fg. ), where apparently rompur and rumpud are intended for the same word, perh. meaning tug, wrench, twist or someth. similar (`uproar', MU where rompur is not translated); perh. we should read rompud (< ro-impód) in both cases. Cf. MU² p. 100 s.v. rompud.