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

resc n o,m.laterrasc, talk,loquacity .rasg, IGT Dec. § 68 .
rasc`talk', O'R. ?g s. dam reisc fo c[h]inn chuingi Crist, Arch.
5 iii 306 § 7 (of a bishop and lector of Armagh; an ox of elo-
quence
?).Cf. resgaibh logha longbhárd, Ériu xiii 42.28 =
rescaib logha Longbard`with talks by the hero of the Lom-
bards
' [?], O'Dav. 1202 .

rescach(rasc-) adj o,ā. talkative,loquacious :reascach .i. cainn-
10teach, O'Cl.rascach, O'R.an fer rescach fil ocum acallaim,
RC xii 100 § 134 .muinntir rescach .i. cainntech; ┐ rescachaib
sgéoil, H. 3. 18 p. 651b ( O'C. 1468 ).pl. rescacha(applied to
women), Tec. Corm. § 16.81 (rasgach sceoil N.; .i. ro-scelach
iat, BB).superl. isse is rescacha dona laechaib, O'Dav. 1202 .
15 Cf. gach fuithresgach is dub dath(of devils), ZCP xii 389.21 .
Assubst.:rascach samhaisci`lowing of heifers', K. and H. 28 .

rescidir adj. equat. beg nár bud rescidir fri banna d'fordorus
i n-aimsir foilc cathmílidh chróda iarna tuitim do cum thalman
tré ȧgh a comlaind`almost as numerous(?)', TTr.² 1694 .
20Stokes suggests readingfrescidirand comparesfriosg nimble ,
O'R.

rescmar adj o,ā.muchtalkedof,reputed ?rescmar in glond ro
gníth and`celebrated', Met. Dinds. iii 84.12 (rescmair,rescmart,
sescmart,MSS.). In the Corrigenda ( v 132 ) the reading
25 rescmart=perf.ofasoirg, is preferred.

résin n(Romance loan-word) resin :ár na níamdubad di phicc
┐ di thúis ┐ di résin(of ships), LL 235b30 ( TTr. 1390 ). See
roisin.

resíu(riasíu) conj.(prep.ré+d s.pron.síu) lit. `before this',
30hence as temp. conj. before . In later Ir.re-is dropt.
(a) in O.Ir. followed by (usually with-ro-or equivalent)
subj.:molid resíu ro cursacha he praises before he blames , Wb.
4a2 .dofoídid resíu rís-sa send (him) before I arrive , 14a17 .
robtar irlithi . . . resíu tised hiress before the faith came ,
35 27c8 .amal rumboi a n-aesaerge do cholain Crist risiu adcheth
druailned, Ml. 38c9 (lenition of vb. irregular, see Thurn.
Hdb. § 500 ).dochum . . . inna loc hi ro batar riam cid resiu
dondichsitis asin doíri, 104c5 (rel. -n- irreg.).
(b) in Mid.Ir. the subj. mood is used afterresiuto express
40an action future or contingent in relation to the vb. of the
main clause,e.g.after an imp. or pres. or fut. tense:resiu tias
don bith buidhi | beir uaim uili cech n-eccoir before I go , Ériu
iii 31.8 .marbaid in fer resiu dech uain, Death-tales 38 z.
tabair usce dún resíu marbai sínd before thou killest us , PH
45 2333 .riasiu tīs do ṡaicarbaic | coibsen leire do nertad, ZCP
vii 311 § 17 .benaid-sium a chend riasiu sessed do chum
talman, TBC 1294 (=rainic talmain, St.).rofhitir bar
n-athair . . . cid riasíu dognéthi a atach, PH 7843 .resiu .i.
inni is taisecha,ut estfogella risiu imgona, O'Dav. 1403 .
50 riasíu rister forcend peinne, RC xv 488 § 6 .
(The indic. is rarely used in such cases:nom-díultfa-sa
anocht . . . resíu goires in coilech, PH 3196 .marbaid missi
. . . resiu faicfi me sunda before [the Cyclops] sees me , Aen. 149
(`rather than leave me here', Calder)).foceird a bunsuig . . .
55riasiu dofaethsat [leg.-sad] for talmain nus-gabed [leg.
-gaibet] na secht milcoin, ZCP iv 34.8 (TBFr. Eg.) =síu
cotrí ri talmain, LL 248b17 ( TBFr. 138 ) =riasiu conrí co
talmain, YBL ( ib. 16.9 ).
(c) the indic. is used when the action of the follg. vb. is
60already past, the vb. in the main clause being in pret. or perf.
tense:atchualatar a fherta resíu rosiacht, PH 534 .co mba
marb . . . riasíu ránic a thech, 2478 .co riacht a thech resiu
ro ba matin, Death-tales 40.12 .ro thomail C. ní don fleid résiú
ro beannaighedh hí before it was blessed , MR 28.4 .
65The subj. is rare in such cases:nat ro bai talam . . . riasiu
asrobrath no beitis duile before He said that the elements
should exist
, Ériu ii 104 § 15 .ro bae Eabra . . . la Fenius
rias[i]u tissad on Scithia, Auraic. 28 .ba sai . . . cid siu tisad
a tuaid even before he came , 387 =cidh riesiu, 2471 (YBL).

70 ressach n[m.]name of ametre assigned to the `rindaid' class of
`daerbhard':aisteda na ndaerbhard . . . ressach fri rindaigh,
IT iii 23.4 ; perh. same as the `imresnach' of 65 § 135 . A
deriv. of1 ris?cf.follg.

ressad n u,m. the act ofsatirizingordefaming ?na druith dot
75ressadh ┐ dott imdergadh, na filid dott aorad. Arch. iii 325.9
=na secht ndruid dia rímsad tria brichtu, RC xvi 280.4 .
Cf. ressach.

ressamnach adj o,ā. aspnsobriquet:Roennu Ressamnach, Aisl.
MC 109.21 .

80 ? resse ind pl. ra bert a thrí resse gémmend bar aird(of a bull),
TBC 6124 =a thrí geimenna, H. Windisch translatesdrei
Reden von Gebrüllen
, taking word as =risse(see1 ris).

resta n m.alsorest,riast,riasta(late Rom. loan-word) arrest,
detention,custody :iarla Cilli dara . . . do ghabail le rig Saxan ┐
85a beth fá reasta aige, AU iii 570.11 .do bí fa riasta ag righ
Saxan i Luinnuin, 550.15 =fá ríasd, ALC ii 274.4 .baí hi
Saxoibh . . . fo rest, FM v 1708.14 .ro congbadh fó riast . .
hé, 1664.15 .fo riasta, Fl. Earls 22.1 .g s. bai . . . cúicc
bliadhna i modh resta`under arrest', FM v 1824.2 .