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reithid: vs-subj. and fut., ā-pret.pres. 3 s. rethid, Thes. ii
33.17 ( BVn 21 ).rethith, Wb. 13b13 .rel. rethes, Ml. 42c19 .
rethess, Wb. 24a17 , SR 228 , 316 .reithes, 260 .1 pl. secha
75 retham , Ml. 120b2 .3 pl. rethit, Wb. 11a4 .rethait, Ml. 138d6 .
SR 259 .rel. retae, Thes. ii 12.28 ( Bcr. 18b12 ),cf. Ml. 138d8 .
rethae, 68b10 .retha, Hib. Min. 6.178 =reta, Harl.impf. 3
pl. noreithis , Ml. 129d4 (rectius reitis).subj. pr. 2 s. ressi,
ZCP xi 80.16 (resse,reise v.l.).subj. impf. 3 s. araressed , RC
80 xi 446.53 (Tochm. Em.) = ZCP iii 249.17 .fut. 3 s.?reis,
ZCP ix 456.8 (Baile Bricín).cf. reiss, LL 252a33 ( TBFr. 408 ) =
reis, RC xxiv 153.19 (Ed.) =resi, ZCP iv 46.8 (Eg.).3 pl.
risit, Anecd. ii 8.7 .pret. 3 s. ráith, Fél. Jan. 6 , Sept. 19 ,
Oct. 16 , Nov. 22 .roráith , Prol. 28 (roreith ,v.l.).cororaith ,
85 SR 5717 .3 pl. ráthatar, Fél. Sept. 18 (rethatar v.l.).nad
ro[r]thadar , Ml. 129d4 .
Vn. rith q.v.
In Mid.Ir. comes to be treated as a weak vb., stemreth-,
reith-, alsorith-, withb-fut.Thefut.s-stem survives in
the3 s. cond. resfedin LL 329a21 . The3 s. pret. ráith
5persists and occas. forms a stem for other tenses:3 s. impf.
noraited , RC xii 222 .1 pl. pres. raithmít, LL 206b35 =
reathmaoid, Duan. Finn i 28.27 .pret. 3 pl. raithset, Hib.
Min. 70 § 1 ( Rawl. B 502 ) =ro reithetar(Rawl. B 512).Cf.
raethsat, TBC 2957 =ro reatsat, St. A weakened form is
10perh. found inruith-, seeruithid. Thepret. ráithis obsol. be-
fore the mod. period:raith .i. do reimnigh no do chéimnigh;
rathadar .i. do reithsead, O'Cl.
IIntrans. runs,hastens,speeds in wide sense, used not only
of living beings, but of heavenly bodies, flowing water,etc.
15 rethit huilietis oínfer gaibes buáid diib(of a race), Wb. 11a4 .
amal ossa is amlaid ro rathatar ass, Ériu iii 141.208 .coro
raith Dauid . . . 'n-a díad, SR 5717 .ro reithset co dian
(=cursum properabant), Lat. Lives 46 x =ro rithset, LB
25a51 .ro reithsettar etir coin ┐ duine, RC xxvii 270 § 21 .
20 ro rith an gabair fon slúag, Hib. Min. 70 § 1 (Rawl. B 512).
ro raith [in muc] fo thuaid . . . ro raithset laechrad chonnacht
ina degaid, SG ii 489.3 .in dā sē rind . . . rethait fon mbith,
SR 259 .no rethed sruth tenntide ina fhiadnaise, PH 6201 .
cor rethitar dā thuind as a sliss, 2874 .cur rith fuil a chind rena
25agaid, Maund. 15 .co reithfidis carpait . . . foraib would run
over them
, CCath. 5693 .do rithidís 'na longaibh da ndídean
féin`used to fly to(? in) their ships ', Keat. iii 2862 .cend Póil
ro reth-side co araile loch`rolled to a certain lake', PH
1875 .
30With cogn. acc.:nad ro[r]thadar a rriuth n-aicnetae, Ml.
129d4 .in riuth retae inna airndrethcha the course which the
constellations run
, Bcr. 18b12 ( Thes. ii 12.28 ).rith ro ráith in
slóg-sa, Fél. Prol. 28 .rith ni rordaim`a race I cannot run',
RC xxv 24.1 ( YBL 113b26 ), quoted by O'Cl. with gloss.i.
35reathaim;appar. =ro rethaim(with potentialro-).Cf. ropad
re Temraig tir | resfed carpat adarith, LL 329a21 .
Infig.sense:ráith co Críst(i.e. died ), Fél. Sept. 19 , quoted
by O'Dav. 1361 with gloss.i. ro reith .i. dochuaid;cf. Fél.
Jan. 6 , Nov. 22 .ráthatar i rriched, Sept. 18 =rethatar hi
40rigtigh .i. ro reithestar .i. aisneid, O'Dav. 1361 (erroneous
gloss).ataat .v. psailim retha tre metur saingnustai that run
in a special metre
, Hib. Min. 6.178 (reta v.l.,leg retae).reiss ind
orgain`the destruction will arrive', RC xxiv 153.19 = TBFr.
§ 28 (`will be accomplished', Ét. Celt. ii 12 ).co muir nAlban
45raith a orddan la cech rig, LL 49b41 ( Hail Brigit § 12 : `the
high renown of each king has sped
').ro roith clu ┐ erdarcus
Hectoir eitir primranda in domuin, LL 405a22 (=roraith, TTr.²
1088 ).da rethe fearg De oraib if God's wrath overtake you ,
YBL 146a49 .muna leor a ndubramar and so, rith cum
50in cethramad caibdel have recourse to (author to reader), Mac-
kinnon Cat. 12.7 .
In Laws Comm. of fines,etc. runningon,interest accumu-
lating,becoming due :is he oiret rethis in fiach`the extent to
which the debt amounts
', v 224 x .is e airet reithis sin co ruice
55morseiser do thiarmortaib this [responsibility] extends to seven
descendants
, 234.5 .in la reithes ar aenach ni reithenn ar
aidbred`the day which runs for an "aenach" (injury) does not
run for an "aidbred" (injury
)', iii 346.15 .in lan [-ḟiach] ro
reithistar air`the full fine incurred by him', 162.3 .Cf. ii 132.11 ;
60 198.9 .
IITrans. causestorunormove :rí rethes ler(i.e.God), LU
3006 ( SG 235.20 ).a rí reitheas gre[i]n, IT iii 19.2 ,cf. 46 § 73 .
rethitis curach dar sāl they used to ply (their) coracle , ZCP viii
333.26 . Overruns,runs over :coro ráith at a cend furi a swell-
65ing spread over her head
, Irish Texts i 14.26 ( Lism.L. 327.23 ).
sinech . . . loch Rugraide rithestar over-ran (infested) Loch R. ,
SG 251.24 .

reithid n i. tups(of rams): an uáir do reitheadh an áirneis,
Gen. xxxi 10 .vn. reith LB 114a25 .Cf. reithe.

70 reithine(raeth-) n iā,f. calm,tranquillity :tanic raethini mor
isin muir, CCath. 3365 .la tinnscetal na reithine errchaidhe,
172 .rethine mor ina gnuis, 2566 (raethini v.l.).

reithinche n iā,f.(O.Ir.roithinche q.v.) calm,serenity :rethinche
┐ mesardacht in aeoir, PH 4239 .tainig rethinighe a [n-]aer,
75 Aen. 1456 .rethinche ┐ cobsaidecht fri fulang n-ingrema, PH
8039 .réthinche, 4094 .raithinchi cen claen, Arch. iii 314
§ 29 =réthince cen lén, LB 261b53 .réinche, RC xxiv 383.23 .
a chomartha na rethinche!(of the Virgin Mary), Ir. Lit. 48.16
( LB 74a20 ).

80 reithinech adj o,ā. (O.Ir.roithinech q.v.). Calm,tranquil,serene :
ba raethinach aer, Aen. 1468 .ba raeithinach in muir, Lism.L.
203 .a Dhe ind aeoir [fh]uasnadiagh ┐ rethanaig, Ir. Lit.
78.25 .ciapsa reithenach im rath`serene in prosperity', Ériu
ix 45 § 2 (raithenach v.l.).coibeis reil reithenach, ZCP viii
85215.3 .in tí is cendais ┐ is rethinech(=qui mansuetus est),
PH 5829 .fer anorach rethinech do Dia`esteemed by God(?)'
(? at peace with God ), 707 .ro bi for seolad co rithinach, Aen.
1458 .