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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 .

rocmi xseeocu-ben

rocnat n(dim.)name of abird :mintan, gēis, . . . rocnat,
Auraic. 5695 (én-ogam). Calder, Gloss. Ind.s.v.gives:rócnat
10`a small rook (?)'; Meyer, Wortk. § 12 , conjectures a dim. from
roc wrinkle, groove.

ród adj o,ā. apparently an early form ofrúad, surviving in Mid.Ir.
poetry and heroic lit. as a distinct word; somet. confounded
withrot,q.v. The sense seems to be orig.red, thenstrong,
15 fierce,impetuous or someth. similar.rucsat réim rōd rainni
slōig | do chlōd clainni Iacōib, SR 5637 (of the Philistines).
rom tesc in tṡódh garb glas-rōd, TBC 2366 (:lōn) =glas-
ródh, St.,-ruadh, Eg. (perh. grey-red, russet ).Liben ben
Rudraige in rōidh`of R. the Red', Ériu viii 16.17 (róit,ruaid
20 v.ll.). ?locha as aibni dā ndāil roidh in impetuous outpour (?),
Arch. iii 235 § 22 . ?trí fichid céad ro-thorc | fá róid roimhse
`of lusty strength', Keat. ii 3974 (poem).clanno [leg.clanna]
róda Rudhraidhe, ZCP xiii 11.32 .
Compds.ródbhuindi rói-mer d'uisgi, Acall. 3629 .comrac
25. . . ródghonach treasach`murderous', CF 482 .

2 ród n[o,m.] same as above? occurs in use assubst.in the
following doubtful exx., appar. in sense of stress,conflict or
someth. similar:clicair do seilg in gaeth iarsin ┐ tuargaib rod
mor doib . . . ┐ ro fear sneacta mor doib 'na degaid, IT ii2
30101.27 ( BB 496a40 ).Fiachu fer róid roned cath, Rawl. 139b35 .

3 ród n road seerót.

? ródacht ind .i. cumhdach, ar ar rodacht .i. do cumhdaigh, O'Cl.;
perh. abstracted from some part ofar-utaing.

ródae n iā,f.(abstr. ofród=ruad) redness? ruri anacht tri
35maccu | a surnn tened co rródai, Hy. i 29 (co ruadi,co rrodi
v.ll.,:Gólai). Seerúaide.

rodaige(-aide) n io,m. name of some kind ofcraftsman ?cro fir
saiges a suainemnaib [na teite] (.i. . . . in rodaide no in tallaige)
`builder', Laws v 236.15 ; 238.14 Comm. ; quoted by O'Dav.
40 1492 with gloss.i. in t-allaighe no in roaighe. inti saighes ris
im suainemain, in tallaide no in rodaige`builder', Laws v 300.
19 Comm.

rodam n o,m. abig(full-grown)ox: méit chore rodaim a cauldron
( big enough) for an ox , FB 91 .Fig.of a person:níro ásattar a
45renga rodaim, LU 10157 ,cf. ZCP iii 230.27 .ni rodam nad
beír a rói`he is no great champion who does not win his battle',
Ériu ix 49 § 34 .

rodamna n m. (a)anheir-apparent,prince :noco ri cen rodamna
(i.e.a king must have an heir), LL 120 m. sup. =niba ri nach
50rodomna, 270 m. sup. ní fuil mac righ nā rodhamna nā
taísech féine, CF 242 . (b) great(important)subject-matter? i
murbrethaibh ┐ i rodomna(matters which a brehon must
understand), H. 3. 17 c. 656 ( O'Don. 925 ).

rodarc n o,m.alsoradarc.?d s. oc fegad ar ind radairc for
55cach leith, LU 9824 (omitar?).rodharc radharc m., IGT Dec.
§ 11.23 . Sight,vision, gen. of therangeofvision, not the
faculty of seeing; aview,prospect: is ferr radharc duine
glanfhescor gaimrigh, LL 12a1 .dorairngert C. do Ch. . . . a
rodarcc alla thuaid`all he could see to the north', Trip. 148.10 .
60 búaid clúaisse ┐ buaid rodairc, BDD 49 =buaid rodeirc,ib.
( LU 6893 , 6895 ).co nn-acca in scāth chuci aníar rodarc a
sula as far as his sight could reach , FB 81 .dorécusa uaim
síar rodarc sula, LL 235b9 ( TTr. 1371 ).ni mo nā tar
radharc docuadar they had hardly gone out of sight , Ériu xi
65192.19 .co facatar edh a forcsi ┐ a radairc don muig, CCath.
4964 .decsin radhairc i rreo doirce(a hopeless task), 4397 . Of
the faculty of sight:set rodairc a `set' estimated by sight ,
Laws i 202.29 Comm. ,cf. O'Dav. 273 .ar mbein a radhairc
fair after being deprived of his sight , CCath. 2181 .beridh O
70Domnaill radharc fair catches sight of him , AU iii 498.24 .do
breith radhairc ar an tír, FM vi 2256.22 .d'aiseag radhairc a
intinne dhó, TSh. 9269 .ios radharc spéucláire dorcha atá
aguinn anois, 1 Cor. xiii 12 .atá radharc isin faicthi`in the
close there is a belvedere
' (? one can see into the close ), Met.
75Dinds. iv 290.20 .maigen i mbátar secht radairc for cech
leath seven views , Ériu iv 124 § 1 .ro dhirighset radarca a
roscc . . . do saighin a mbidbad, CCath. 5555 .

rodb n o,m. rodhb, IGT Dec. § 67.9 .Some kind ofsharp-edged
toolorweapon, anaxe (?); see ZCP xxii 35 :amail treagdas
80rodhb omna, TBC 3790 St. =fodb, LL.amail a treghdas
rodhb omna, TBC p. 881 n. 1 .amhail threaghdas rób omna,
ITS xxiv 52.14 .Cf. rodhb f.`a saw', O'R.Fig. awarrior ?
ruidhbh arna ruachtad ┐ mná re gúrlámnad ┐ mílid arna
mochledrad, Acall. 432 (`though saws were being plied', SG ii
85111 ).roidb arna ro-guin, ib. 1700 n. ,cf. 2890 n. (ruidb).

rodba adj io,iā. sharp,aggressive? redg robda tar glasmuir`aggress-
Cóir. Anm. 266 =rodba, BB 250a42 (seeredg).masat
elta glenna garba | as na [leg.asa?] renna rodba pointed
antlers
(?), LL 265a14 ( MU 22.6 ).