runcan, ? ruincen

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n some kind of decoration or finish in wood- work ? aurscartad derggibair fo mrechtruncain uile, LL 248b 42 ( TBFr. 74 ) = fo mreacht-runchain, RC xxiv 145.5 (Ed.), fo brecht imchain, YBL 56b20 ; `under variegated planing', O'Beirne Crowe, (RIA) Ir. MSS. Series i. tēt rungcin tara airinchiu (of a chief's house), H. 3. 18 p. 374b ( O'C. 810 ). tet ruingen tara imdorus, ib. mbrecht rungcein fora aursainde, ib. ruingenn `a plane', O'Don. Sup. (quoting H. 3.18); `channel- plane', O'Curry, M. and C. iii 29 .

rúnda

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adj io,iā (1 rún)

(a) mystical, figurative (opp. to material or literal): imdibe colnide . . . imdibe rúnde, Wb. 2c10 . isiede ind ail rúnde (gl. petra erat Christus), 11a19 . etargna staraide .i. co follus; etargna siansaide .i. runda, PH 3533 . in Dauid rúnda Ísu Crist, 4905 . derrite rúnta, 1705 . is ed dorala dó iartain co rúndai (= mystice contigit), Lat. Lives 49 .

(b) mysterious: á rí rúndai, Fél. Ep. 458 . Antón, ata rúndai retha `whose courses are mysterious', 274 . donaib adamraib rúndaib . . . na fetatur cidh aingil nime, Ériu ii 128 § 93 . ticfa rí runda aile ( wonderful? unknown, undreamt of ?), LL 278a16 (a pro- phecy).

rúndatu

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n t,m. mysteriousness: adchess rúndatu t'aicnid-siu [sic leg.], a dae (= naturae tuae secretum), Ml. 96d1 .

rúndiamair

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Forms: rúinniamhar

adj i. hidden, mysterious, mystical : a róis ruindíamhair (of the V. Mary), Parrth. Anma 292.14 . inadha bennaigthe rūndiamra, Fl. Earls 152.18 . dēnadh urnaigthe go sēicrēi- deach rūndiamair, 154.29 . As subst. f. a mystery, marvel : rūndiamair ro-dhiadha in tsēipēil, 114.34 . ag faixin rūndie- mair na mōr-mīrbal, 130.20 . go n-imat egna ┐ rūndiamra 116.1 . rúindiamhra do pháisi, MacAingil 46.2 . rúinniamhar, 44.9 .

runn

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adj. = Eng. round in compd. loan-word: runntāpla . . . marmair round table , Fl. Earls 250.27 .

rúnugud

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n u,m. in the expression ciall-rúnugud = to have a (secret?) purpose or intention (?): ciall-runugud aicnid, Cóic Conara Fugill 24 § 24 , c. aicinta, 57 § 132 . c. cert cāid, 27 § 5 . By Thurneysen rendered Sinnes-Vorhaben; see p. 82 n.

rurach

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x see rudrach.

? rurda

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ind nech bus diumsach, fīr-fercach, | rurda leis nī ba meabul, ZCP vii 311 § 12 . Cf. follg.

? rurit

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n g s. (women are) rescacha rurit, Tec. Corm. § 16.81 = reasca ruirid .i. roscelach iat re cach ní, BB; resca (.i. grasta) raraid, H. 3.18, 539b ( O'C. 1299 ). Cf. rurda.

rus

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Forms: rosa

n u, m. (quantity doubtful; freq. written with accent, but the g s. rosa points to short u). A poetic word,

(a) the face or coun- tenance, esp. the cheeks , hence

(b) a blush, blushing and

(c) shame .

rúss .i. agaidh, Corm. Y 1108 . rus ro ghairme[dh] do ghruaid, Metr. Gl. Ff. 62 . russ .i. gruaidh an chinn, O'Cl. rus .i. aighidh no imdergad, O'Dav. 1336 , cf. 1343 (rús). rús .i. gruaid . . . rús dono, imdergad, ┐ gach nderg, H. 3.18, p. 73 ( O'C. 119 ). rúss, rucca, Triads 143 (sons of `ainmnit' and `féile'). is suaichne ina rus . . . .i. is forreill ar [a] aghaidh, Eg. 88 f. 40a ( O'C. 2490 ). o rus no on ruided, Auraic., 5573 cf. 5647 . g s. romna rossa `reddening a countenance', RC xxvi 22 § 55 , glossed .i. romnad aigthe ic aerad, LL 187a17 . ar omhan ruamna rossa, Sitzungsb. d. Preuss. Akad. v 93 § 21 . pl. rusa ruirech righ treibe, O'Dav. 1343 . temhair .i. gruaidh, ut est niam temra rosa .i. is í temair th'aighthi do gruaidh, 1546 (= the cheeks are the beauty of the countenance? By Stokes taken as g s.) Cf. Ériu xiii 14.6 ; 13 . ruamna rús, Laws iv 348.27 (g p.?). ? atbēlad tria rindib rus (: Aongus), Anecd. ii 67.2 .

rús

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n m. (orig. neut.?) knowledge (cf. ZCP xix 128 ): rus .i. ro-ḟis .i. senchus, H. 3. 18 p. 73 ( O'C. 119 ). rús .i. ro-fhios, O'Cl. ferr rus ruathar knowledge is better than impetuosity (?), Anecd. iii 19.24 = rous, LL 345c49 . rímim, ar is rús cen ail, LL 130b25 (: tús) ( Trip. 530 § 2 , cf. Keat. i 134.29 ). bid eimheach rat[h]mar mo rus, Ériu x 76 § 4 (tús). geibidh mar dlūs . . . | mo rus o Lind Tomair, 81 § 53 . ruc ar tús . . . | lúag tria rús ar ro-berrad, Met. Dinds. iii 334 ; cf. 336.26 . rús con (of a dog's instinct), IT i 105.19 . a Aíd is réil rús `A. of clear knowledge', KMMisc. 260 § 4 . Mobhi . . . caomh a rus, Lism.L. 3364 (: tús). Patraicc mac Calpruinn ar tus | mic Fodáidhe as caomhrús, Ir. Texts iii 42.8 . As pred.: d'úib Cuinn is rús in riagail well known , Met. Dinds. iii 68 . is ro-rús, 114.46 . With obj. gen.: cia saig do rús hErend? LL 14b26 = Leb. Gab. i 278.4 (with gloss: do roi-fios i ngaba- laibh na hErenn). is é sin . . . a rús fír the true account of it , Met. Dinds. iv 266 . adēr-sa ribh a deadhrus, 238 (: tús). rus .i. sean[chas], Lec. Gl. 146 M . Of a person: mo rus fāithi, RC xxvi 50 § 269 ; quoted by O'Cl. s.v. rús with gl. .i. mo ro- fháidh aga bfuil fios. robo rūs dia mīlidh | Crūs mac Cīrigh Cetlim sage, teacher , Todd Nenn. 142 ( BB 204b50 ), cf. a dā sruith .i. Crus and Ciric, ib. p. lxxi 6 . See 3 ros.