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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 .

reódaid v ā. freezes :aigh anaicenta ┐ ru reset inna muire ┐ inna
locha, AU 821 .sicc mór . . . coro reidhseat locha ┐ aibhne
5. . . ┐ . . . ro reodh an muir eitir Erinn ┐ Albain, FM i 290.9 .
coro reodhset locha Ereann, ii 942.19 .an mhéd no curedh
[snechta], no reodadh a haithli a chuir, Buile S. 118.14
(impf.).

reóta adj io,iā. (part.ofreódaid) frozen,congealed :srebha . . . 'n-a
10caebaibh ro-thiugh[a](reota v.l.), CCath. 2002 .

? rép indin compd.:samalta . . . ra sidi répgaithi erraig, TBC
3382 ; `scharf' Wind., connecting it withrébaid(répaid).Cf.
rebandremgaeth.

répad u,m. vn.ofrépaid.The act oftearingorrending : ?rebbad
15 quasiribbad .i. riab doberar tairis, Corm. Y 1123 .ro gab C.
scaindred ┐ répad ┐ mudugud in tṡluaig, TFerbe 733 .do
biastaib . . . doberait a mairb . . . dia n-ithe ┐ dia répud, LB
150a50 .fearr roind rebad, BB 64d42 .dreasa is droighin gut'
rébadh, Buile S. 48.12 .caisléin . . . do rébadh, ┐ do robhrisedh,
20 FM v 1744.22 .réubadh a rent , Isa. iii 24 .dod réabadh idir
fhéith agus cnámh, Hackett xv 4 (raobadh, MSS.).

répaid v ā. tears,rends :ro-for-rep in cú, TFerbe 604 .noco
reptais na maic tire é, CCath. 3987 .ro reb a haghaidh, RC
xliv 16 .rom-gonsat géga . . . coro rébsat mo bossa, Buile S.
25 30.18 .ram rebsitar [mo pheccaid], Ir. Lit. 6.7 .2 s. imp. reib,
8.16 .rebthair a étach immi, FB 67 .ro reptha, Fél.² xxiv
(gl.ro ringthe, Prol. 37 ). Later in wider sense, breaks,de-
stroys :rebaigh (= -aidh) an crit[h] na cnuic(of an earth-
quake), ITS xiv 40.8 .do redhbattar a n-airm ar a chéile,
30 Duan. Finn ii 312 § 53 .raobthar ┐ sloigthear san muir í(of a
ship), TSh. 3759 .do réabadh i n-éinfheacht do ghrán, do
lacht, Hackett xv 11 . Seerépadandréptha.

repind: ind ferr rand repind, LL 345c46 ( Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr.
i 15.28 ) =ferr roind rebad, BB 64d42 ; sharing is better than
35rending (demolishing
)?Cf. cengait Lagin ina ndāil | fó chom-
repind fo chombáig, LL 299a25 ( SG 368.25 ).

réptha adj io,iā. (part.ofrépaid) rent,broken :ruip reptha`rent
trunks
', CCath. 6098 .simnecha rebta, 3633 .gurbo rébtha
rointi in ríghlárag, Comp. CC 107.8 (repa v.l.).

40 rer n ablackbird :rer .i. lon .i. ēn, Corm. Y 1103 .rear .i. lon,
O'Cl.réar`blackbird', O'R. Seerergagán.

rerach n o,m. anaged man (confined to early lit. and later
archaizing style): ?g s. remthus rerig, FB 35 ( LU 8500 ).pl.
reraig, fáthi . . . aiṅgil, apstail, Hy. i 44 (`patriarchs', Thes. ii
45305 , glossed:roríg nó rérig .i.qui fuerunt ante diluuium).
deich reraig brega, Ériu ii 5.16 =rerig, 30.3 .drong rerach im
Noë, Fél. Ep. 237 (rérach,reraich,reraig v.l.).réaraigh co
réibh ro-fhodoibh ┐ senóire old men with long lives , MS. Mat.
555.1 (O'Clery's pref. to the Leabhar Gabhála); same formula
50in MacFirbisigh, Introd. to Book of Genealogies, MS. Mat.
572.37 (rearaig).i ccuimhne la sruithibh senorda ná la reraigh
rē fhoda, Hugh Roe 166.22 (f. 44b) .

rerachus n alaw-suitorcause ?rerachus .i. cas, caingen. ree
temporis, H. 3. 18 p. 73c ( O'C. 119 ).

55 rercherc n ā,f. afull-grown hen :rercherc .i. cerc reidh,ut estogh
rerchirce, O'Dav. 1375 (i.e.a full-grown hen, defined as one
three years old or that has had three broods).in deithbir
cetna bis itir in eirin ┐ in rercerc, Laws iii 380.7 Comm.
tricha og rerchirce, Aisl. MC 3.16 .óg rérchirce, 53.1 .rerchearc
60.i. cearc dubh, O'Cl. (a gloss inspired byrer?).

? rerg: ind rer .i. lon . . .inde diciturrerg no redg frisin boin mir,
Corm. Y 1103 .Ruad Rus rān rēire rerga, Ält. Ir. Dicht.
i 17 § 12 ( Rawl. 116b30 ).

rergagán n o,m. a littleblackbird :rer .i. lon . . .inde dictum est
65. . . mac rergagāin (.i. mac Lonāin), Corm. Y 1103 ; same verse
quoted Auraic. 709 (mac r[e]arrgugan; errgugain, raragain
v.l.), 3111 (rergoccain), 3464 (rerccuccain).reargagán`a little
blackbird
', O'R. Seerer.

rergnus n o,m. excellence,worthiness (<ro-airgnas?) under-
70standing,skill (cf. ergna)?is a fele ┐ sutchernus caich dia
ndenaiter ┐ a suithemla ┐ a rergnus caich dos-gni(of certain
metres), IT iii 23 § 68 .rearghnus, 101 § 182 .

rerid xseerondid.

rerim n the act oflearning ?d s. luid Cuculaind do rerim inbuis
75la Boainn, ZCP viii 120.11 .

? rerthe: ind slúag már . . . rerthe uainn for céti`which was taken
from us
', Fél. Dec. 20 (rerta, rertha .i. ructha, brethar,
lotar v.ll.); quoted by O'Dav. 445 with gl..i. ructha for
aonach nime.

80 res n[ā,f.]adream,vision :res atchi, SC 9 ( LU 3292 ).díuchtrais
. . . asa chotlud ┐ adfíadar a res dona rigaib, SC 28 ( LU 3454 ).
fa reis .i. aislingi, O'Dav. 990 . ?ar cotlud caín binnris, IT iii
39 § 31 =iar codlugh cain bind-res (.i. is taithnemach binn
in scél tarfas dam), H. 2. 15 p. 84a ( O'Don. 1212 - 1213 ), perh. =
85 ris. See1 ris.

resaigthe (part.of *resaigiddenom. fromres) dreamt(of):
d s m. cosin brosnu resaigthiu, `with the sheaf dreamt of', Tur.
127 ( Thes. i 493 ).