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75 1 roimse n(=ro-messe, Bruchst. i § 56 ) abundance(poet. word):
roimse inna ḟlaith`abundance during his reign', Triads 202
(glossed..i. roimhes nó torad mór, p. 41 ).diar bris dia rig,
roimsi rath, | primdo[i]rsi na morcatrach, SR 7355 (of Sam-
son's exploit at Gaza);leg. roimse . . . doirse? bruchtas róimse
80robortae`abundance of flood', BDD 100 (a) =roimse, BDD²
1012 .coirdeis do rig roimse robarta mblechta . . . .i. imat a
mblechta, O'Dav. 1399 .ni labor ni toe tuathe torc nad ric
roimsi neither talkative nor silent is the chief (lit. boar) of a
territory who gets not abundance (an abundant harvest
) (?),
85 Corm. Y 1018 (p. 87.5) =nāt raic rómsi, Corm. p. 34 (orc
tréith) =ni labar rithete do torc nad n-erce roimsi, Ériu xi
49.6 .i roimse romesa | i meadon ardchailli, IT iii 95 § 145
( Bruchst. i § 56 ).raga [= rogu] cech roimse, Met. Dinds.
iii 344.87 .la trí fichid céad ro-thorc | fá róid roimhse`of lusty
strength
' (?), Keat. ii 3974 (poem).pl. ferda i fáengliaid co
5romsib`in battle-rout multitudinous', Met. Dinds. iii 348.9 .dia
roimsib retha from their overmuch running , 408.21 .in rómail
gu roimhsibh righ(of Colum C.), ZCP x 54.3 .

2 roimse n sin,guilt ?roimhsi .i. peacadh, O'Cl.roimsi .i.
pecadh,ut estBetha Patraic: bid olc denam roimsi innti ┐
10bid maith denamh maithisa, H. 3. 18 p. 636 ( O'C. 1372 ), perh.
a guess; the wordroimsiin the quotation may mean abun-
dance,excess . Stokes SR vocab. refersroimsi rath, SR 7355
to this word, but the meaning of1 roimseseems better suited
to the context.

15 roimsech adj o,ā. abundant,multitudinous ?rianroimsech (of the
sea), Anecd. i 69 § 166 .

roimtide adj io,iā.Maddudan miadh . . . cot-gaib cach riadh
roimtide, IT iii 57 § 109 ( BB 304b29 ) =cach riad roimdidi,
Laud.

20 roínid(raín-) v ī. alsoróenaid(ráen-), treated asā-st. (cf.
sroínid) causesarout,gainsavictory,conquers , both intrans.
and trans., withFORof vanquished and (in intrans. use)RÉof
victor.raena .i. sraoineadh no briseadh; ro raena reamhainn
.i. go mbrise, O'Cl. (see Hy. iv 4 quoted below).
25 IIntrans. (a)isvictorious (of victor); (b) becomesarout (of
battle):rainfid in fer will win , TFerbe 101 .Conall no
raíned for sluagib, ZCP xii 359.6 .roínset Ulaid . . . for cethra
[= cethre] choiced Goídel, Met. Dinds. iii 108.75 .roinis Cath
Cinnḟuait foraib re Sitriuc was gained over them by S. , AU i
30434.21 .cath Cinn Abrat . . . roinis for Macc Con, ZCP xii
378.17 .rainis reimib . . . an cath for Bhanba, Leb. Gab. i 274.1 .
Cf. roinfid [roínfid, LU]fuil fēne fo don | la sluag inna nduine-
chon will be shed (?), TBC² 2079 .coro rainset ratha ┐ cath-
rac[h]a . . . lasin toranncrit[h] were overthrown , CCath. 5646 .
35 IITrans. (a) routs,defeats(an enemy);wins(a battle):
rí ro róen romaib . . . cech ṅdoraid, SR 7425 .ron soíra Brigit
. . . ro roína reunn cathu cach thedme, Hy. iv 14 ( Thes. ii 325 ;
ro roena,ro raena v.l.).in cétchath . . . ro roinset for sluag
Toessén, LL 4a30 .ro ro[e]nsat cath for feraib Alban, Cog.
40 26.7 ,cf. 34.8 (ro rainset).do rain Olchubur . . . cath Sceith
Nechtain forru, 20.9 .Pass. cath Aile . . . for Fland ro raíned
was won over F. , LL 182b9 ( Arch. Hib. ii 56 § 22 ).is leo-side
ro ro[e]nad cath Cluana forsna Desi, Cog. 22.10 ,cf. 46.5 .
raointe tri catha reampa . . . cath for Toisiona,etc., Leb. Gab.
45 i 208.11 . In impers. constr.:cath dobérad dóib, reme no
maidsed ┐ ni fair no ráinfide he would be the victor, not the
vanquished
, TBC 840 ,cf. 822 .coro rained forro ┐ coro-lládh
a n-ár, RC xvii 355.26 .
(b) various extensions of meaning:ni hinmain fid . . . rom
50raín co brath a dhuille has hurt, injured (?), Corm. p. 4 (s.v.
aittend) =adomchumben, Corm. Y 56 , see Bruchst. i § 134 .
Overthrows,sweepsaway?ros róen sruth in mara immach
`swept it away', Met. Dinds. iii 32.85 .nos rainit na Deisi taris
aniar inna diaid drive them across (the ford ), Ériu iii 141.203
55=ro roinnsed na D., Anecd. i 23.16 (dos rainsit v.l.).roíntir
Rōnán dar a ais`is thrown on his back', RC xiii 395.9 . ?fo-
cheird C. bedg immach. róinti in sluag ina díaid, RC viii 56.8
( LL 115b34 ); `the host was cleft in twain' transl. (taking vb.
as =roinnti); rushes after him (?).lecht Crimthaind lecht
60Congalaig | fri Brí[g] Eile ro roenta, LL 43b13 . See also
ruínid, which is prob. the same word.

roíniud u,m.(vn.ofroínid) defeating,routing : ?rian na ráma
icá raíniud, LL 236a10 ( TTr. 1414 ).di raíniud ┐ d'imrubad
a chéili, LL 240a2 ( TTr. 1714 ).ro gab roiniud forsna dibergae
65`the reavers were routed', BDD 144 =ruíniud, BDD² 1414 .is
adhbhal in roiniudh | is uathmar in cuire, ZCP x 343.23 .
roineadh i Muighinis ria nUltoibh for Ghallaibh . . . raoineadh
ria nGallaibh for Osraighibh, FM i 436.6 , 7 .

roinme n m.(=ro-inme)greatpossessions,wealth(?): ni bhaoi i
70nÉirinn gan rochtain hi roinmhe dias ro ba,etc.`that had not
attained to their estates
', FM v 1770.1 .

roinn n f. part , seerann.

róinne n io,m.(variant form ofrúainnesingulative from2 rón,
see Ped. ii 57 )ahair,fibre :rúainne róinne, IGT Dec. § 2.10 .
75 gach dual cas do chéibh Móire | ní léir as an t-én-róinne,ib.
ex. 127 .cach brot[h]airne (.i. cach róinne) fil fort chassal,
Arch. iii 22.13 (gl. on Trip. 118.6 ).do tarraing roinde becc
as a brut, BCC § 106 .léine róinnedh a hair-shirt , O'Hussey
TC 212.21 .Ahair-spring,gin ?mé mar én ┐ hé a róinde, IGT
80 Dec. ex. 81 . Seerúainne.

róinnech n o,m. hair(coll.): in sas co rith roinnig`the fastening
with the hair-string
' (i.e.a snare or gin of woven horse-hair?),
Laws i 174.8 Comm. (gl. onlangfitil).bruit roindigh, BCC
§ 120 .ionar roindig, RC xxxvii 351 § 16 .i n-ionar roinigh no
85chodladh, Mart. Don. Sep. 14 .éadach róinnigh, 1 Kings xxi
27 . Seerúainnech.