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? rochua(i)d n name of afabulous sea-monster :rochuad ainm do
beist fil isind fairgi . . . rosualt ainm aili don beist sin, RC xx
80256.12 , 18 , gloss on:légais rúna rochuad, ACC 60 (=rochúaid,
LU 829 ), where Stokes readsrosuathwith YBL and translates
`mysteries of great sages'. The line is quoted LL 168a5 :legais
rúna rosualt; the variant readingrosualt(corruption of
rosuath) prob. gave rise to the confusion ofrochuaid(the
85meaning of which in the ACC is obscure; possibly a mistake
forrosuad) withrosualt.ata peist adhuathmar 'sa fairge
darab ainm Rocuaidh, BCC § 78 .rochúaid .i. ainm do
pheist bhios isin bfairrge aga mbí toll tréna ceann[a remini-
scence of the `tollcenn', CCath. 4333 ?].Ainm eile don peist
sin ruasuall . . . runa rochuaidh. plaigh for mhiolaibh mara
5Muaidh no for enlaith aieoir fhuair | no for cheathraibh
cromaitt cuairt, do sgeathraigh ronnaigh Rosuaill, O'Cl. See
rosualt.

rochumdach nlit.agreat covering; anoutsideorinclusive
account,estimate ?ní dingentur rīm nā rocumdach a torcair
10lem do dhainibh`estimate', ZCP vi 83.15 (possibly `defence,
excuse
' p. 160 n. ?).

ro-cluinethar vdepon.
Early forms:pres. 1 s. rocluiniur-sa, LU 6899 ( BDD 50 ).
3 s. rocluinethar, Wb. 12c22 ,cf. 12c46 . TBC² 2973 , 3603 .nís-
15cluinethar, Ml. 21b2 .1 pl. rochluinemmar, Ml. 112b13 .3 pl.
rochlúinetar, Wb. 11b6 .imp. 2 s. cluinte, Ml. 136a10 . SR
1842 , 2480 . Fél. Ep. 314 , 365 , 425 . LU 5493 ( TBC² 1014 ).
cluinnte, Corm. Y 100 .cluinti, SR 3334 .cluin, 2441 (common
Mid.Ir. form).1 pl. cluinem, 3315 .impf. 3 s. rochluined, LL
20 260a27 ( IT i 72.5 ).nodchluined , ib. 28 .subj. pres. 1 s.
rocloor, Wb. 23d2 .niconchloor , 23b41 .naclór-sa , LL 280a18 .
diaclor-sa , 147a2 .2 s. condam-cloither-sa, Ml. 21b6 .ro-
cloither, Mon. Tall. 136.15 .3 s. ro-domchloathar, Thes. ii
358.2 ( Hy. vii ).cloodar, Ériu i 118.12 (Aided Áenfir Aífe).
25 1 pl. rocloammar, Ml. 112b12 .cocloamar , CCath. 4520
(archaism).3 pl. rocloatar, Ml. 70a2 .diacloadarsom, Mon.
Tall. 137.6 . Later forms:3 s. dáclóra , Ériu i 130.37 ( LL
46b8 ).3 pl. coclórat , TBC 4939 ( LL 95a18 ).subj. impf.
3 s. ra-cload, Ml. 43c13 .ro-das-cload, Hy. v 53 .nicloath ,
30 Ériu iii 104 § 40 (Rule of Ailbe).1 pl. manicloimmis , Wb.
26b23 .2 pl. r-a-chlóithe, 24d21 .3 pl. conicloitis , 5a8 .ro-
clótís, LU 6898 ( BDD 50 ).fut. 3 s. rot-chechladar, Wb.
28d16 .rond-cechladar, Ml. 53b27 .nos-cechla, LL 47a12 ( RC
xxix 211 § 6 ).3 pl. concechlabat, TBC 1055 .con-cechlafat,
35 802 (late forms with b- inflexions).cond. 1 s. ar nacech-
laind , Anecd. ii 7 z .pret. 1 s. rochualae, Mon. Tall. 140.22 .
rochualai, 132.6 .rochuala, 157.4 .2 s. rochúala, Wb. 28c22 .
rocuala-su, Ml. 50d7 .3 s. rochuale, Wb. 5a7 .rom-chualae,
Ml. 130b11 .ronda-cu[a]lae, 124d6 .níscualae, 59a13 ,cf. 95c9 .
40 conid-chuale, 20a2 .cocúala , LU 1954 ( FA 2 ).1 pl. rochualam-
mar-ni, Wb. 5a7 .2 pl. racualid, 22a23 .innádcualaid-si , 5a21 .
3 pl. rochualatar, 30a11 ,cf. 5a8 , 12d28 .nícú[a]latar , Ml. 102d7 .
Pass. pres. s. rocluinter, LU 2199 . PH 3755 .fut. s. rocech-
lastar, TBC² 3379 =concechlastar, TBC 5583 ( LL 100a25 ).pl.
45 cechlaiter , LL 47a11 ( RC xxix 211 § 6 ).cond. s. rocechlastai,
LU 7180 ( BDD 85 ).pret. s. rochlos, Wb. 23c11 . Thes. ii 292 .
17 ( Ml. Poems ii ).roclos, TBC 2611 ,cf. 1020 .nococloss ,
3673 .rachlas, 2786 .rochlús, SR 769 (metri gratiâ). ?pl.
roclossa, LL 23a22 . A Mid.Ir.sing.formation from the
50participle isrocloth, LU 1464 , 6595 ;cocloth , LU 5445 ,
5499 , 5453 , 5470 , 5473 (=concloith , TBC² 998 YBL), 5483 .
Part. g s m. inchlothi , Ml. 48b3 (gl.exauditi).Vn.O.Ir.clúas;
dat. dochluas , Wb. 23c2 .acc. cen muchluais without hearing
me
, Ml. 130b11 . Latercloistecht,cloistin,cluinsin.
55In the Mid.Ir. period treated as anactivevb. of regular
conjugation; the stemcluin-appears insubj.andfut.(for
late formations fromclo-see above). A curiousperf.is1 s.
rus-clousa, LB 35a68 ( PH 1579 );cf.the stemclois-in later
language;3 s. rus-cló, LB 62a17 ( Thr. Hom. 52.30 ). Theperf.
60formsact.andpass.continue in use down to the Mod.Ir.
period. The preverbro-is commonly replaced byad-(at-,
it-) ordo-.
Hears(a sound, tidings,etc.): auchide .i. cluinntequasi
aure accipe , Corm. Y 100 .rocluinethar cách in fogur, Wb.
65 12c22 .an rochluinemmar hua chluasaib, Ml. 112b13 .dia
cluintis in fogur sin nos gébad ule crith, FA 14 .mani cloimmis
for ndrogscéla unless we heard ill reports of you , Wb. 26b23 .
airm in nā closs guth, Ériu ii 136.8 .benait cluig . . . go
gclos fon mbaile uile iad, Fl. Earls 52.3 . With pers. obj.
70(often = listens to): cách rot-chechladar oc precept, Wb.
28d16 .nom cluin-se anosa, a Dé! PH 1209 .cenel . . .
nach adrann ┐ nach cluin ar ṅdee-ni, 1403 . Folld. byLAoró
of the person heard:clunem-ni latt let us hear [it] from you ,
TBC 3176 .is hed rochuala la Crundmael, Mon. Tall. 72 ,cf.
75 pp. 132.6 , 133.18 .mar dochluinim las cach cléir, Ériu ii 50
§ 1 .cluineam uait, TBC² 2361 . Occas. withLAand reflex.
pron.:cluinte lat, á Íssu, do deórudán lobur, Fél. Ep. 365 ,cf.
425 . Folld. by a statement inoratio recta:rocualai, ol sessem,
is hi figil . . . la Duiblitir, Mon. Tall. 129.12 . With vn. phrase:
80 dia cloadar-som indí sin do denam dúini if they hear that we
perform it
, Mon. Tall. 137.6 .roclos fón tír uli a thoduscad-
side a bbās, PH 4467 .do clos fon cathraigh uili Gyi do beith
gallrach, ZCP vi 25.35 .ní closs terce brait ná bíd ar Dáil
Chais, Met. Dinds. iii 310.105 .ní clos a druim fria eccraittibh
85ittir, FM vi 1874 y .
Hearsof:Brega Tea . . . rocluinter úair ba haird-ben`B.T.
is famed
', Met. Dinds. i 6.18 .nech bad chalmu noco closs,
TBC 3673 .nocha cuala a comháluinn I have not heard of its
equal for beauty
, Ériu iv 112 § 1 .ní chuala thech | isin glind-
sea I never heard of a house in this glen , RC vii 296.103 .acht
5go ccluinit an cíos so aga iarraidh, BNnÉ 248.8 .a chatha 's
a chongala | úaim nos cechla cách, RC xxix 211 § 6 .