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renaid: v ā-subj.( Thurn. Hdb. § 609 ), redupl.fut.andpret.Early
forms:pres. 3 pl. rel. rendae, Ml. 120d1 .subj. pres. 2 s. niriae ,
Ériu i 199.7 .niria , Laws iii 58.5 ,cf. O'Dav. 731 .ma roria ,
30 O'Dav. 1520 .3 s. niria , Laws iii 54.4 .3 pl. niriat , Wb. 28c2 .
fut.(not in Glosses)1 s. niririu , Ir. Texts i. 11.1 ( Rawl. B 512
f. 32v2 ).3 s.?riris, LL 119b50 .nirriri , LU 5606 .3 pl.(for
subj. pres.)nāriret , Arch. iii 320 § 103 .pret. 3 s. riris, ZCP
viii 328.20 .rom-rir, Wb. 3c38 .rorir , LL 106a49 . ZCP vii
35498.16 .rir, ACC 71 ( RC xx 262 ) =ririr, LU 907 .nirir ,
Thes. ii 327.18 ( Hy. v 6 ).Pass pres. s. renar, Laws ii 360.2
(rel.).renair, Trip. 390.20 (LB), besiderentar, ib. 21 .fut. pl.
rirsitir , ZCP vii 309.12 .pret. ríthae, Thes. ii 240.1 , 2 ( Ardm.
17b1 ).rorith , SR 3153 , 3169 .Part. nec. rithi, Ml. 36a37
40 q.v. Vn. reic q.v.
In Mid.Ir. commonly treated as a weakā-stem, but the
3 s. pret. rorir (not to be confounded withro-ír, fromernaid)
persists till a comparatively late period; an analogous forma-
tion is1 s. pret. rorer , ZCP xii 365.17 , Buile S. 38.24 . The
45fut. stemrir-occurs somet. in mixed formation with b- inflec-
tions:1 s. nocoririub , LU 10778 ( IT i 127.30 ).3 s. rel. rirfes,
SR 1073. 3 s. ririss ZCP xii 235.30 ; 236.1 ; 237.11 may belong
to another vb.Cf. rigid.cond. 1 s. nos-rirfind, BColm. 70.14 .
pass. fut. s. nit- rirfider , Anecd. i 11.1 (YBL).cond. s. nit-
50rirfithe, 5.2 .
In later lang. superseded byrec(c)aid, which is often used
to gloss it in old texts.
(a) sells,barters,exchanges , with acc. of thing sold,FRIof
purchaser andARof price or equivalent.inna ní rendae
55.i. inna cennaige, gl.vendentium, Ml. 120d1 .rom-rir, gl.
venundatus [sum], Wb. 3c38 .ríthae int ech sin fri Colman
ar chumil n-arggit, Thes. ii 240.2 .ni riat na dánu diadi aran
indeb domunde, Wb. 28c2 .ro rith [Ioséph] fri toisech i
tuaith Egept, SR 3169 .an ro rir Fergus, scarad dó friss; an
60ro chennaig Conchobar, anad aici, Ériu iv 24.14 ( LL 106a49 ).
ren ór ┐ argat ar biad barter gold and silver for food , ZCP
viii 312.20 .norenaind biadh inna hecailse . . . ar seoto, RC x
82.2 .ní ria sen-iris ar nua-hiris, ZCP xi 86 § 43 .ro rer m'eol
ar eidirchéin I have exchanged my home for a far-off land ,
65 Buile S. 38.24 .is hé-sidhe riris in flaith fri óssar na claindi,
ZCP viii 328.20 =is e rire . . . ar maine, ZCP xiii 334.8 .forb
forsa-rir Mis atharda for which M. bartered his patrimony ,
Dinds. 51 ( RC xv 446 ) =fors-roirir, BB 377a3 .ni rir (.i. ni
ro recc), Hy. v 6 Comm. reanais .i. recais, Lec. Gl. 189 .ro
70ren side maitius an talman ar oilithre, BNnÉ 300 § 2 .renair
Lupait . . . rentar Pátraic fria Miliuc . . . ┐ ro rensat a dí siair,
Trip. 390.20 - 3 = Lib. Hymn. 3, B 14 - 17 ( LB 238a16 - 18 ).
gorta díofhulaing . . . co renadh an t-athair a mhac . . . ar
bhiadh, FM ii 686.12 .ro rensat gach tir ar tuinn they exchanged
75every land for sea
(i.e.sailed on without landing?), Leb. Gab.
i 240.6 =do reatsat o thir, BB 19b36 ;do rersad a tir, Lec.
270va24 . With pers. obj. (gen. with added notion of forsaking,
renouncing):noco ririub ríg nÉrend ar fer nā fetar cenel dó,
IT i 127.30 ( LU 10778 ) =nocha chrenob, ib. 13 (Eg.).ni
80rriri bráthair a máthar ar rig n-aile, LU 5606 =ní rirse,
TBC² 1124 =adbert . . . nachas-rinna, ZCP viii 547.11
(leg. -rena) =ni recfaind b. mo mathar, TBC 1626 .na riret in
duileama[i]n ar deman ndaor, Arch. iii 320 § 103 .nachas-
rinfed ar mnaí di mnaib in domain, LL 221b7 ( TTr. 314 ).
85Hence, without notion of exchange, (b) givesup,renounces,
consigns,bestows :atrubart-sa . . . conom-rire Echaid nít-rius
I will not go to thee till E. gives me up , LU 10906 .rir accobor
a sula, ACC 71 ( RC xx 262 ) =ririr, LU 907 .aní ro renais ní
comraicfe fris you shall not (again) mate with him whom you
have given up
, LL 274b19 ( PRIA xxx C, 263.11 ).tri barrchais
5Berba . . . ros rir Conall i llaim handed them over to custody ,
ZCP xi 109.4 .hi llucc pēne rirsitir, vii 309.12 .ni ririu dano
acht a bás I will give nought but his death (reply to intercession
for a culprit), Ir. Texts i 11.1 . Seeernaidand ZCP xvi 272 .

rend n(B. na f.)aleg :da lú (.i. dá chois) is leth-rend dibh co
10losc two legs and one of them lame , ZCP v 484.1 =leth-reann, iii 378.13
.n du. ro po maith rith adám rend (.i. mo dám
choss), Ériu i 72 § 1 ( LL 208a26 ).Cf. renn.

rend xsee alsorind.

1 reng n[ā,f.]aloin :reng thiug, Aisl. MC 127.28 .urchur arad
15trí reiṅg ríg, TFerbe 102 .pl. a bith ro óc, ar níro ásatar a
renga rodaim, LU 10157 (Toch. Em.) =a rengai, ZCP iii 230
§ 6 (expld. by Henderson ITS ii 165 as testicles ).níor ḟasadar
. . . do reanga droma fós, CF 251 Eg.a n-aghaidh bruite na
reang droma, 23 K 42,392.8 . ?sgingidh gáeth úar mam'
20reandaibh `around my loins', Buile S. 88.7 (:bendaibh).
O'Dav. 1392 :reng .i. coel,ut estcosmailis crotha no datha no
retha no renga .i. do choíle nó do reime, may poss. represent
this word,cf.use of `coíl' for `waist' (small of back).

2 reng n(<sreng?)f. acord :co nar f[h]agaibh in ghaoth . . .
25reng gan ro-brised(of rigging), ML² 48.15 .ron-cengail in ben:
fo rengaib rún ro cailled`in cords cunningly knotted', Met.
Dinds. iv 24.18 ( LL 199b7 ;reng,reandaib v.ll.).do gualloind
aisle shenshaille cen reing, cen toinn`without sinew or rind',
Aisl. MC 127.1 .cen reincc, 123.7 .Ashred,strip,tatter :
30 dorónta renga ┐ blogha do Maircello, Fél. 74.9 (gl.Marcellus
ro riṅged, Feb. 14 ).ind Fhind . . . ro boí i rengaib ro-Chrua-
chna of the White Bull of noble Cruachu who was torn in
fragments
, Met. Dinds. iii 374.100 (see v 138 ).Cf. reng .i.
rébadh, O'Dav. 1353 (gl.ro ringte, Fél. Prol. 37 ), which may
35however be an abstraction fromringid.

rengaid xseeringid.

rengmar adj o,ā.in scáilfer mór . . . rengmar rigtrén, FB 37 ( LU
8518 ); big-loined (1 reng)? `with big sinews',HendersonITS ii
(`of big testicle', ib. n. 165 ).

40 ?renn: ind abbair fris . . . nip renn a sanas, nip huar a anál, ZCP xi
84 § 36 ; swift,hasty ?amal is deni no cingfidis coin renna fri
fiadh, CCath. 2669 ; expld. in vocab. as swift, lit.running .
See Loth RC xli 216 .

1 rennach adj o,ā. (1 rind) pointed,sharp :ga reannach, Duan.
45Finn i 81.6 .gerbo daingen . . . delg-reannach dealg-dluithe
gach aird dona cathaib ceachtarrdha(= armed with sharp
spears or javelins), LL 410b13 = MR 236.14 .Conbron cētach
caith-reandach, Duan. Finn ii 108 § 32 .

2 rennach adj o,ā. (3 rind) containing stars,starry :neamh reannach
50no reltanach, O'Cl.s.v. rind. ?srol reandach, gorm is geal(of
a banner), MR 228.15 ; `streaked satin' as if =rengach( starred,
spotted
?).

1 reo n astripe,streak : in compd. sobriquet:Lugaid Réoderg
mac na tri Find Emna, LU 3461 ( SC 24 ).ro beotar Lugaid
55reo-ṅderg, ZCP viii 117 § 10 ( Rawl. 88a38 ).guin Lugdach reo
nderg, xi 108 y ( LL 51b49 ).Lugaid Réo-nderg .i. sriabh
ndearg .i. dá sreib dearga bátar tairis, Cóir Anm. 105 . In
Keat. ii 3599 calledL. Riabh nDearg, the same explanation
being given.

60 2 reo n dense darkness? reó (dorcha) m., IGT Dec. § 108 .dorcha
an choill, ro dhorcha an reó, ib. ex. 1802 .a Rí 'c atá in réo(of
God), LL 307a4 ( SG 386.14 ).tug ragain da cach . . . rigthech
gel . . . as teg na reo doirche(i.e.heaven and hell), Arch. iii
237 § 18 .as an reo doirche, Irish Texts ii 28 § 26 .decsin
65radhairc i rreo doirce(of a hopeless attempt), CCath. 4397 .

?3 reo n athrow,cast .tuc réo n-urchuir don dam, Acall. 4432 .
Cf. sréo n-urchair(acc.), 6058 , 1810 n. , 4802 n. , 4904 n. and
ró n-urchair, 4802 , 4904 , 5810 ; prob. intended for one or
other of these.Cf. 1 rout.

70 reód n o,m. n s. réud, Sg. 63a8 .d s. reud, Ml. 132c8 .reuth, Thes.
i 5.15 (Southampton Ps.).reódh m.(g s. n p. riúidh reóidh,d s.
riúdh reódh), IGT Dec. § 75 . Hoar-frost (dist. fromsic`hard
frost'): gl.gelu, Sg. 63a8 , Ml. 132c8 , Corm. Y 1083 ;pruina,
Thes. i 5.15 .sioc, oighre, readh, cuisne, Eg. Gl. 532 .talum
75. . . oígreta co reod, co caisirne, FA 30 LB ( IT i 190.34 ).ro
iad reod rōta, LL 208a49 .nir fholaigh snechta nā reodh . . .
an fód, BNnÉ 133.31 .i n-aidchi réoid ro-sholais, TBC 5049 .
a n-aimsir réoigh nó sneachta, RC xxiv 379.11 .cuisne reoigh
`hoar-frost', ITS xiv 14.1 .doinenn dermair reoidh ┐ snechtai,
80 AU ii 84.17 .ó shíorbhrat reódha, Hackett xxi 32 (mod.g s.).
pl. bídh gach eas i nglas ó reodhaibh, Keat. Poems 166 . In
late poetry eyes are somet. compared with frost:dearc ra-
ghlas mar an reodh, A. Ó Dálaigh xiv 9 .i bpéarla do chlaon-
rosc . . . righin reoidh, Keat. Poems 319 .
85Asvn.ofreodaid,tofreeze :fuar mar do beith ag reogh,
Rosa Ang. 252.17 .colbhadha ciumhais-gheala . . . acc réodh,
FM vi 1918.9 . (fig.)fuaire mo bhéas ag reodh riom, Ir.
Monthly 1928, 438 § 16 .