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ríastartha(e) adj io,iā. (part.ofríastraid) distorted,contorted ,
85epithet given to CúChulaind:doratsat fir nÓl nÉcmacht in
riastartha do anmaim do Coin Culaind, LU 5922 ( TBC²
1456 ). SC 35 .inriastarthé , LU 4682 =in riastairthi, TBC²
210 .inríastarde , TBC 282 .cend ind riastarthi, LU 5773 =
riastairthi, TBC² 1303 .

ríastra ? ind buidni biasta . . . ruibni riastrai fri anriad(of the
5hosts of hell), SR 878 ; distorted? orpervertedtoevil courses?
cf. ríastraid.

ríastrad n u,m. the act ofcontorting; adistortion :iarsin ríastrad
sin riastarda im Choin C., TBC² 1964 .g s. remm .i.nomendo
fuirseoir fo bith cach riastardae dobeir for a aigid, Corm. Y
10 1080 . See follg.

ríastraid v ā. contorts,distorts ; acc. to Zimmer, ZCP iii 299 n. ,
the orig. sense was `hinders, frustrates',cf.W.rhwystr`hin-
drance
'; this may be the sense in the first two exx. follg.:
atbert-si no riastrabadh no [= na] fom[or]e would frustrate
15(? transform by a spell ), ZCP xii 402.32 .ro riastrat drochdoíne
do gabol may evil men do violence , LL 284a15 ( ZCP xviii 92.7 ).
pass. ríastartha a bél, TBC 2605 =ro riastradh, St. Usually
impersonal passive with prep.imm; all the follg. exx. refer
to Cú Chulaind:ro riastrad immi . . . corabi banna fola im bun
20cacha finna dó, FB 27 .is and so cét-riastartha im Choin C.
co nderna úathbasach n-ilrechtach . . . de, TBC2(LU) =
cét-riastarda, TBC 2589 .riastarda imbi-som, TBC² 391 =
ríastartha, LU 4879 .is and sin ra chétriastrad im Ch., TBC
3802 . Comp. Con C. 102.15 . Seeríastrad, andríastartha(e).

25 1 ríata adj io,iā.part.of1 réidid(?),ofhorsesanddraught-oxen
trainedfordrivingorracing,broken, passing into the senses
full-grown,domesticatedand possiblyswift.
co toracht . . . cona eoch riata leis co Emain, LU 8462 ( FB
31 ).tabar carpait . . . for echaib riattai ro-luatha, PH 410 .
30 bit daim ríata laíg ar mbó | co tí cobair Diarmato`the calves of
our kine will be trained
(? full-grown) oxen ', ZCP iii 204.13 ( LU
9589 ).ba samalta re seiche doim riata ar mēd`full-grown',
BCC 390.26 =seithe ṡen-tairbh, KMMisc. 316 § 8 ..x. mile
elefint ríata`tamed', Maund. 207 .do croicnibh bethadach
35n-allta ┐ ríatta`domesticated', BNnÉ 53.7 . Of persons:ros-
gabsat rig-droing riata, LL 17a48 .is ríatai di rathbriugad
( trained, expert ?), LU 8959 ( FB 71 , of Cú Chulaind).compar.
(?)is and assbreth fris:`Is ríataide ind imrim sin' oc dul
dó dar Slige nAssail; is desin asberar-som Fiacha Ríatai`like
40driving was that errand . . . the driving-like F.
', Ériu vi 149.58 ;
perh.compar.+de`the swifter; the same episode is trans-
ferred to Cairbre Riada in Keat. ii 4326 fg . :gur riata an toisc
re ndeachaidh siar ané ┐ tigheacht aniar aniú`it was on a
quick errand
', 4335 .

45 2 rī́ata (vb. necess.,cf.prec.):asriatta is to betrained , IGT,
iii § 102 .

ríathor n o,m. atorrent (cf.W.rhaiadr):inriathor , gl.torrens,
Ml. 134b7 .for riathur Cedróin, SR 5239 .i n-erbirt riathar
inna dige in the enjoyment of torrents of drink , Ml. 56a13 .
50 riathair ruamannda red torrents (of blood), TTebe 3287 .

ríathorda adj io,iā. torrential: dona srothaib ro-trenaib riathor-
daibh, CCath. 3929 .

rib n asnare(spring) of some kind:equated withpaintéar, dul,
eangach, Eg. Gl. 516 .Cf. ribeandruibe.

55 ribad n u,m. twisting( ? ) : an riobhadh (ón chasadh), IGT
Conj. § 113 .órṡnáth ó rígnaib ribas, ex. 982 .

ríbán n astreakorstripe (=ríabá<ríab)?g s.as attrib.:
bratt ríbáin, LL 267a34 ( MU 34.35 ).bratt ribháin(`grau-
gestreift
', Wind.), TBC 5386 =riabach, St.,riabain, TBC²
60 3280 .

ribar n[o,m.]asieve :ribar .i. criathar, Corm. Y 1098 . O'Dav.
1341 . Lec. Gl. 482 . Metr. Gl. Ff. 47 .cota-riagfaidher amail
ribar .i. coro tolltar tu amail criathar, O'Dav. 1381 ,cf. 1341 .
Mod.riobhar; r. ¤ meala ahoneycomb , O'R.

65 ? ribe: ind Goill co mín o a cēim cagaid | a ngēill co rīgh 'na ribibh,
Ir. Texts ii 21 § 37 (:Sligidh). Dinneen gives:ribe`a single
hair, a bristle, . . . a shred, . . . a snare or hair-spring, . . . anger,
fury.
'Cf. ruibe.

? ribín: ind Declan mac Erc na ribin, BB 231b1 .

70 ? ricen: n an uair do biadh ricen a les no bochtacht air needor
poverty , BCC § 239 . A mistake forríchtain?cf. ni rigend an
talam ud . . . a les mesi da bendugad hath no need of my bless-
ing
, § 26 .

ríched n o,n.andm.For quantity see Wortk. § 74 . Not in
75Glosses.g s. indrichith , Thes. ii 257.12 (from Book of Durrow:
in O'C. MS. Mat. App. of facsimiles p. 4 (K) given as Book of
Dimma).d s. richiud, SR 486 , LU 906 , Fél. Feb. 23 . ?a p.
riched, Fél. Ep. 341 .rícheadh m.(g s. -idh, no pl.), IGT Dec.
§ 182 . The not unfrequent spelling rigthig forg s.in Mid.Ir.
80texts is due to association withrígthech.
Heaven (of the firmament but more commonly of the abode
of God and the blessed; freq. in rel. poetry, generally without
art.):i rrichid (i rrichedv.l.), Hy. v 105 , glossed.i. i rrig-iath
.i. hí ferann ind ríg nemda, Thes. ii 347.39 .richead .i. iath an
85riogh .i. flaitheamhnas, no fearann, O'Cl.rí dorigni riched
reil, SR 337 .co ndechsam innar corp dochum richid, 1217 .
a gelgrían forosnai riched! Fél. Prol. 6 .dond richiud ron-
snáda, Feb. 23 (rithigh v.l.).cechaing animm Rónáin . . . for
riched rindach, May 22 .isin domnach dorónta riched cona
ainglib, PH 3530 .m'anam . . . dochum ríchig, ZCP viii 198
5§ 22 .adcithir stuaga in rigthig fa relltandaib, Arch. iii 235
§ 22.co n-aco imbuidi muinnteri nime immon altoir richid,
ZCP ix 449.9 . The pl. does not seem to be used, butcf.
adsluindiu do riched`by thy heavens', Fél. Ep. 341 , by Stokes
taken asa p.