ruided, ruidiud

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n u, m. the act of turning red, flushing, blushing : nāre . . . .i. in ruidiud tic isin grūaid, Corm. Y 983 . rudiud ro-álaind fo grúad cechtar n-ae, BDD 99 . inmain lemm do ruidiud rán, TBC-LL¹ 4043 . cen rudiud, Fél. Ep. 145 . ruidedh saerclainne . . . a n-úar a molta nō a n-aortha, ZCP xiii 270.10 . forsin rūanaid (.i. a ruidiud ig gabáil lāma Mocuta), 381 § 35 (see 1 rúanaid). ticc a ruidhedh Aodha aird `a blush came over noble A.', BNnÉ 36 § 64 = imdherccadh, ib. l.20 . ro-ruided a gruaide, ZCP xi 94.4 . le ruidhedh gnúissi na míled, CCath. 1729 . do ruadhruidhedh rīgh, Anecd. ii 74.6 . cona elscud ┐ ruidiud tened (of precious stones), Alex. 591 . ? linfaid cloen-cheo cairechda | cech rind reil co rian ruided, SR 8096 (= co rian-ruided the red glow of the sea ?).

? g s. ceitri raithi ruidi cath | dun Eochaid, BB 46b40 = rúthi cath, LL 128a30 (`four quarters of continuous battles', MacCarthy 172 ; of the reddening i.e. carnage of battles ?). Cf. deich cét atrochair . . . is tri cét ruti gal | do neoch bered tuarastal, LL 204a37 (line defective). See ruidid.