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radarc n sight see rodarc.

radarcach adj o,ā. pertaining to sight : rosc . . . radharcach far-
seeing , ML 114.25 . mullach na tulcha . . . radharchaigh[e]
commanding a wide view , 108.9 . a gonnadhaibh gér-radharc-
5achaibh, FM vi 2116.18 .

rádbaile n(= rád + baile, buile `frenzy'?) delirium: radhbaile,
23 K 42, 55.1 (med. text). rádhmhaille, rámhaille ` raving,
delirium ', Dinneen. rabhaile, radhaile `a raving or doting '
P. O'C. rabhaileam (radh-) `I rave, dote'.

10 ? radga n furious, raging : do eirigh O. co radhgha rachtmur,
ZCP i 137.8 (where it is said to be formed from redc, mod.
readhg, ríodhg).

radrachus n m. some defect in cows ? madh na hainmhe . . .
radhrachus .i. dairther í ┐ ni anand innti, H. 3.18 p. 446b
15( O'C. 1099 ). mad radrachus, is mes mairt fuirre, H. 3.18 314 ; 435a
( O'C. 651 , 1039 ). ragrachus, H. 3.18 316 ( O'C. 652 ).

rae xsee 1 roe and .

raebaid xsee rébaid.

raebaidecht xsee roeb-.

20 raed xsee rét and roed.

? raedam: ind raedham .i. togha, H. 3. 18 p. 652 ( O'C. 1471 ). Cf.
do-goa.

raemid xsee maidid.

raen xsee roen.

25 raenfadach n ā. f. contention, wrestling ? tucsatar . . . craithed . . .
do raenfadaig ro-chalma aroile, MR 256.6 . Cf. roen.

rafta n(Eng. loan-word) a rafter; a gallery : connaimhthear an
rígh annsna raftuibh ( the king is held in the galleries A.V.),
Canticles vii 5 .

30 raga xsee rogu.

ragaire n io,m. an extortioner : equated with sracaire, Eg. Gl.
562 .

ragam (-um) n o,m. name of a plant : ragum horse-radish , Hog.
Luibh. ragum, ragaim sneezewort, ib. ragum, Ir. Texts v
3582.16 . ragam, gl. rafanos, RC ix 240.5 ; 241.9 (ragum). ragum
gl. pastinaca (i.e. parsnip ?), Arch. i 333.1 . siol ragaim , 23 K
42, 400.6 .

ragmas: ind ri ragmas dasfuc tria nert | a doire amnas Egept,
SR 3961 .

40 1 raib (ruib) n f. the plant rue : ruib gl. ruta, Arch. i 330.125 .
RC ix 240.10 (ruibh). ruibh rue , Hog. Luibh. sugh ruibhi,
Rosa Ang. 36.6 . r. ¤ uisgi water-rue: ruib uisci, gl. aqua nymphaea,
Arch. i 330.4 . raibh usqui, 326.42 .6. nenufar .i. blath na
raibhi uisgi, RC ix 238 . siroip na raibhe uisgi, Rosa Ang.
45 82.17 . raibh [sic leg.] uisge `water parsnip', Hog. Luibh.

2 raib n sulphur , see ruib.

ráib (ráip) n f. plant-name, rape. Hog. Luibh. síol ráibe rape
seed,
ib. pudar na raibe, 23 K 42, 399.16 .

raibceth (-ed) n the lowing or bellowing of cattle ? raibceth
50cethra .i. ro-bēiced; bēiced . . . .i. guth bó, Corm. Y 1104 .
See follg.

raibchedach n ā. f. bellowing of cattle or deer : ag éisdecht re
raibchedaigh na ndam, Acall. 174 = raibhéccedaigh, Fr.

raibeis n[f.] (< Lat. rabies?) frenzy : ros-geb buaidredh ┐
55raibeis mor ` distraction ', Aen. 897 .

raibér n o,m. (English loan-word). (a) a river : droichett tar an
raibér, Maund. 8 . íascc an rabeir, 108 . go cenn in raibir , 129 .
Mod. ribhéar a river, river-mouth , Dinneen. an ribhéar . . .
Abhann Móire, D. MacCarrthaigh 18.134 . Cf. ruibér.
60(b) a district (strictly one near a river-mouth or shore, cf.
Riviera): deich rig do Cinel Conuill | do bi sa raiber remhainn,
Irish Texts ii p. 60 § 30 .

ráibín n o,m. a rap, a half-penny : is mór in luach aonpere .iiii.
rábín, O'Gr. Cat. 136.2 (scribal note). Cf. ib. 12 . Is maith in
65luach aon pére dísledh trí ráibín déc, thirteen raps is a good
price for one pair of dice
, 137.20 (scribal note).

raibthe x pl. see robad.

ráïd: v pres. 3. sg. ráid, ZCP xi 86.18 ; 3 pl. raït, Otia i 125.16 ;
pret. 3 sg. reris, Im. Brain § 61 , reras ib. 43.8 ( ZCP xiii 103 );
70 3 pl. ros rersat , Todd Nenn. 236.121 ( LL 134a18 ); pass. pres.
sg. rāithir, ZCP xi 86.18 . Mid.Ir. perf. ro rá , Met. Dinds. ii
26.5 ; ráisid, RC 9 466.3 .
Rows, sails, voyages ; intrans. or with cogn. acc. pres. ráid
. . . co toracht Lochlaind, Met. Dinds. ii 28.42 . 3 pl. rel. i
75n-amur biuc macradh combras ratai ro-muir, Anecd. i 65
§ 128 (ratae v.l., leg. rátae). imperf. ráad iarna rethaib `who
went rowing on his voyages
', Met. Dinds. iii 216.10 (raath, road
MSS.). no raetis in cubeis don muir `used to strike so much of
the sea
' (of rowers), CCath. 2631 . pret. reris lia celiu `he ranged
80himself with the others
', Im. Brain § 61 ; in tan reras in cath
diarailiu, `when army was drawn up against army' , ib. 43.8
( LU 10923 ); rersat re ruidles | la Pharo fechta, Leb. Gab. i
278.12 = LL 14b27 = BB 42a10 ; ro rá uas Fótla `who rowed
north of Ireland
', Met. Dinds. ii 26.5 . ro ráiset in muir uadib,
85dirsan dó in rian ro rá (of the oversea expedition of Niall
Noíg.), 14.66 . LU 10057 . raisid do chéin for muir, Anecd. i
65 § 134 . ráiset, 66 § 139 . raiset sech Indé . . . don Scithia,
Todd. Nenn. 232.97 ( LL 134a10 ). raissiot a hInis Merve, Leb.
Gab. i 10.21 . ro raeset . . . in luing dochum chuain, TTebe
2014 .
5In wider sense goes, proceeds , oft. fig.: ciallflaith . . . ráid
a ré laaib ┐ aidchib, ar is laib ┐ aidchib rāithir in bith huile
passes through (lives) his time by days and nights, for by days
and nights the whole world is lived through
, ZCP xi 86 § 46 =
ráid . . . ráeter, LL 294a46 . masat cargi is luath rāit they
10move swiftly
, LL 265a35 ( MU 22 x ), cf. Ériu ii 22 z . cach recht
nadh rathar nad snáter .i. nocha ndentur a imram co direch
`every law that is not rowed' (i.e. consistently administered?),
O'Dav. 1370 .
See rúïd.