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ráidsech n ā,f.(<rád, for suffix see Ped. ii § 367 ) talk,prate,
chatter , nearly always inpl. g s. tre rún ráitsighe`through the
mystery of speech
', Buile S. 138.5 .pl. raidsecha sain . . . torud
cocuir is comrāid, D IV 2,53ra43 .ro ansat . . . día n-imratib
85┐ dia radsechaib, FB 72 .dorala in tech ina ráithsechaib
briathar ocna mnaib, ib. 29 ( LU 8964 , 8418 ),cf. ZCP xi 61.15
(ratsechuiph).miscais do raidsechaib aversion to prattle (mark
of piety), LL 371c51 ,cf. Hib. Min. 41 w .amal bator and for
a raithsechaibh, Anecd. iii 8.21 .no bhiodh occ ráitseachaibh
┐ occ baighbriathraibh for A., Hugh Roe 100.13 (f. 27a) ,i.e.
5talking of A. with disparagement?i . . . randaibh ┐ raid-
sechoibh ┐ righsgélaib Eirenn`legends', RC xxiv 50 n. 3 .

ráidtech adj o,ā. seeráitech.

ráig n f. asudden rush :do chonncadar an napa . . . ┐ tucadar
ráig dhían dhásachtach uirre, Ériu v 170.109 .A fit ofanger,
10 rage :saobhdheamhuin aeir . . . ní féidir a mínchosc dá ráig,
E. O'Rahilly xvi 10(1911).

rail n f. gut.st.; in late MSS. occas.ráil.Alarge oak , somet.
used of a large tree in general.a d s. airdiu cech ralaig, Dinds.
23 ( RC xv 323 ).dā sechi im rolaig, BDD 87 =dā loch im
15ralaig H. samalta . . . re ralaig ro-aird os mincranduib, TTebe
2563 (=veluti regina cupressus, Theb. vi 854 ).doghní Dia
rail don dercain, Hugh Roe 180.9 (f. 48b) .g s. gesca ralach
ro-dírge, LL 108a22 ( RC xiv 402 § 2 ).frema na ralach, 264a2
( MU 14.29 ).pl. railge rúada, CRR 34 . Cog. 198.28 .railgi,
20 TTebe 2069 .railci, 3627 .tuinnsim na ralec ro-mór, 3630 .
do fhidhbadaibh ┐ do railghibh dimhóraibh, AU ii 192.7 .ro
trasccair railghe, FM iii 38 .
Fig.of a warrior:rop éo uas ind fhid, ropo rígda ind rail,
LL 147a32 ( PRIA iii 550 § 27 ),cf. ZCP viii 228.3 .ráil comh-
25loinn Culann Chú, CRR² 35 ( Todd Lect. iv 32.12 ).Domnall
. . . ba forlonn an rail (: air), Celt. Rev. iv 216.26 ..v. ced do
miledaib ┐ do railgib ro-chalma, D IV 2,77va33 .
Compd.rothadha . . . ralach-daingne`wheels of strong oak'
( firm as an oak ?), Hugh Roe² 52.32 (f. 28b) .

30 ? ráil adj=ro-áil verydesirable :airiunnsu rálaib harder of fulfil-
ment than (all) desires
, ZCP xvii 200 =airunsur álaib, LU
10042 (Pokorny's emendation).

railbech xseeroilbech.

railgech adj o,ā. (rail) pertainingto orresemblinganoak :mes
35railgech, Acall. 497 n. slúag railgech oak-like , Met. Dinds.
iii 428.39 .

ráime xseerám.

ráimid v i. (denom. fromrám) rows: ro raimhsit rempa isin
muir, RC xiv 42.1 .roraimseat , 56.5 .ro raimhit (sic) as co
40rancatar inis eile, 46.1 .

ráimis: ind ar ndighe don ḟir do thrácht na tri ráimisi dún Flower
Cat. 261 . ZCP iv 31 (scribal note in Eg. 1782,f. 53 a ).

ráin n f. arushing flood,torrent (<ro-áin`a great driving',
impetus)?fertaitt frossa . . . bát lán ráin is rinde | do thaoibh
45cecha haille, Anecd. ii 41 § 15 .int usce sís ina ráin | in sále
anís immasech, LL 298a24 ( SG 366.22 ). ?ata Pardus cen
biasta . . . cen muir, cen rain, Trip. xxix y . ?fada atathar ar
a ráin | dāil a mathar ina ndiaidh, ZCP vi 269 § 11 (of sons
who have fallen in battle; perh.fig.of floods of tears).

50 raind xsee1 rann.

raing n atoolof some kind, acompassordivider? compas no
raing an tṡair, gl.equicium, Ir. Gl. 1137 (cf.Med. Lat.equici-
niuma forge for shoeing horses. Also calledangariumin
quotation given by Du Cange):equitium=equorum stabulum
55vel grex, Du C.

rainneis n f.(Romance loan-word)arange,rank , O'R.pl.
rainnesídhe do photuibh`ranges for pots' (A.V.), Levit. xi 35 .

ráipér n m.(Eng. loan-word)arapier :ráipér maol, Ir. Review
1912, 471 § 7 .buiden do raperoib, Fl. Earls 100 y .go
60ráipéaraibh, O'Bruad. iii 154.2 .

1 rais n f. apath, away , O'R. ?reidit a rais`run their race', RC
xxi 154 § 12 . ?ar cach [sic leg.] ngalar no ráethnaiged rais na
sina .i. cach sín a rathe, LU 1067 ( ACC 107 Comm. ) =ar cach
ṅgalar riasa ro [ṡr]ethnigtis na sina, RC xx 278 § 107 (appar. =
65 fris(a)orlasa).Cf. ras.

2 rais n rice? raisine [rais v.l.] ┐ cruitnecht, Rosa Ang. 324.12
(= Lat.oryza); see follg.

raisín n m.(Romance loan-word)araisin :pl. raisine, Rosa Ang.
324.12 (where it translatesoryza); seevocab.p. 397 .ráisín
70(rísín) `a raisin', Dinneen.

rait n name of ashrub,bog-myrtle ?losa feada, raith, rait, aiteand,
Laws iv 148.1 .raid, Auraic. 1157 =rait, 4252 , 5926 . ?rait
ōn rota i mmbī a hinas(i.e.from the bog-soil in which it
grows?), Corm. Y 1112 .raid, roid,Dinneen .roid bog-myrtle ,
75Dieckhoff, Gaelic Dict. See2 roid.

raite n[iā,f.] commonorunenclosed land? (aroadorpath?): raiti
.i. rót,ut estfrithe raiti .i. frithe dogabhar ar in rót nó i
cuairt ingelta no itir faithchi ┐ dirinn. o faithchi imach is ed
is raiti ann, O'Dav. 1387 ;i.e.the ground (pasture-land or
80path) outside the `faithche' or lawn adjoining a residence?
frithe raiti`waif of a road', Laws v 320.8 .cartad raite (.i. rót),
i 122.14 , 128.7 .glanad raite (.i. smacht nemglanta na rot),
v 474.12 , 476.16 .cathgí a roite`trespasses on his roads
( road, pasture ?), iv 140.22 Comm. ?conair do ascnam raite nó
85sleibe, Bodl. Corm. 38 =raotae, Corm. Y 1082 ,roitói, LB.
cf. ruud.mac raiti(a class of illegitimate children), Eg.
88 f. 17a1 ( O'C. 2232 ). ?g p. fer tri ruitte sin, fer trí raitti, fer
tri ramata, TBC 5430 =fer trī raiti, fer trī ruti, TBC² 3348 .