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remdísle n f. (metathesis of -dílse): do bhen urlamhas a atharda
. . . a dornaibh Danar, ┐ deóradh aga mbaoí a remhdísle ag
dol i rudhrachus `who had its fee-simple possession passing into
a prescribed right'
, FM vi 2178.19 .

5 reméc n u,m. `Pre-death'; temporary absence of the soul from the
body (Thurneysen, ZCP xxii 24ff. ) ind esergi díanid ainm sub-
ductio .i. fothudchestu .i. amal bíte lucht ind remeca, LU
2708 ( RC xxv 250.26 . `Leute des Vor-Todes', Thurn., l.c.).
amal bis duine iar n-aislinge no i remeg, Aen. 1454 .

10 remed? ind ratha a fir, ratha a mná, mór a remed, LL 36a42 .
(: einech) of securities for payment of the Borama tribute.
Cf. remad.

remeperthae adj io,iā. (part. of rem-ess-ber-) aforesaid, above
mentioned : frisan dliged remeperthe, Wb. 23c11 . béim foris
15in dligid remeperthi, 10a12 . dind trediu remeperthu, Sg. 3b14 .
a p n. forsna dlígetha remeperthi, Wb. 13a29 . Ml. 23d4 . donaib
fersaib remeperthib, gl. superioribus, 17c11 . in gilla reme-
perta, Corm. 37.26 , cf. Anecd. v 93.11 .

remérchoíliud u,m. vn. of remi-érchoíli. predestination : hi
20remerchoiliud inna deachtae, Tur. 25 ( Thes. i 485.31 ).

remerersid n i,m. a fore-runner, precursor : d s. remeroirsid, gl.
praecursorio? Enchir. Aug. 87a ( ZCP vii 485 ). n p. ind reme-
rersidi , gl. praecursores, Ml. 115c1 .

remḟaicsenach adj o,ā. foreseeing, prophetic : do fhurfogradh
25go reamhfhaicsionach íodhbairt na Páise prophetically ,
Eochairsg. 27 y .

remḟaicsin n f. forseeing, predicting : Críost ríana ghein do re-
amhfhaicsin, Keat. ii 3184 . Cf. remcaisiu.

remḟáistine n iā,f. foretelling, predicting : ic tairṅgiri ┐ rem-
30ḟastine Conculaind d'ḟeraib hErend, TBC 252 . i tudchaisin no
remfaistini, MU 40.17 ( LL 268a14 ).

remḟéchaid v ā. foresees : rémhḟéuchuchuidh [sic] . . . an t-olc
chuige, Prov. xxii 3 .

remḟéchain n f. foresight, providence : do reimhḟéchuin Dé,
35 Acts ii 23 .

remḟécsanach adj o,ā. foreseeing : an Nádúir remfecsanach provi-
dent
, O'Gr. Cat. 213.30 . Prophetic : go fáthach réimhfhéag-
sanach, TSh. 5997 .

remḟégaid v ā. foresees : nach faichlend ┐ nach remfhegand,
40 YBL 168b40 . Vn. remḟégad m. foresight, providence : tria
remfhégad Dé, PH 67 . TFrag. 168.3 (rémfégad).

remḟes(s)ach adj o,ā. knowing beforehand : gach aon as reimh-
fhesach thu do bheith dod mhuinntir whom thou knowest
beforehand to be of thy kind
, Parrth. Anma 306.13 .

45 remḟis n u,n. and m. foreknowledge, prescience : ro boí i rremfius,
gl. qui fuit ante tempora saecularia, Wb. 31a8 . remfis na
todocaide, CCath. 4063 . do réir réimhḟios Dé athar, 1 Pet. i 2
(1681). Foretidings, warning : rainic rabhadh ┐ reimhfhios na
comhairle sin cuige, FM v 1356.15 . vi 1928.27 .

50 remḟis(s)id n i, one who has foreknowledge : arim remḟissid arad
sencharpait that he should be a foreseeing driver , ZCP xi 83
§ 27 .

remḟiugrad n m. prefiguring : i remḟiugra[d] Crist, LB 61b61 .

remḟiugraid v ā. prefigures : pass. pret. Ísu Crist . . . ro rem-
55fhiugrad triasin uan cáscdhai, PH 5106 .

remḟocul n o,m. a foreword, preface : loc dond remḟocul-sa
Druim Cetta, RC xx 36 (ACC pref.) = remocul, LU 292 .
A previous saying or statement : go remḟoclaib Regomna, TBC
2364 (alluding to episodes in the Táin Bó Regamna, one of
60the `remscéla' of the TBC; see 2291 ). In Laws, a notice before-
hand
? curub fasc frithsliucht . . . no curub remfocul roimpe
in mbreth, H. 3. 17 c. 116 ( O'Don. 138 ).

remḟoglaim n preliminary study, rudiments : is acu ro foglaim
. . . remhfoghlaim catha, BB 488b22 .

65 remḟóiride adj io,iā. (part. of rem-fo-fer-) prepared, provided pre-
viously : g p n. remfoiride, gl. praestitorum, Ml. 26c5 . d p n.
dinaib remfoiridib , gl. praestitis, 72c3 .

remḟoíte adj io,iā. (part. of remi-foídi) sent (placed) before, pre-
viously , glosses praemissus in Ml.: a s f. remfoiti, 35a7 . n p n.
70 remfoiti, 30c15 . d p n. donaib dliged[aib] remfoitib, 58a7 .

remḟuar o,m. Mid.Ir. remḟúr (vn. of rem-fo-fer-) the act of
preparing, making ready; preparation : remuar inso in testimin
ar chiunn, Ml. 104b3 . a s. remuar, gl. parasce[ve]n, Tur. 28
( Thes. i 486 ). nā bad ḟuráil dam na [= ina] ticfad d'ulc ┐ do
75maith dam . . . sib-si 'n-a rémur ┐ 'n-a airichill dam that ye
were preparing it for me
, CRR 11 . do remfhúr ind uain
cháscdai, PH 5096 . Esp. of the shew-bread in the O. T.
tabernacle (a misinterpretation of the Lat. panes proposi-
tionis?): d'aran remúir, SR 4352 . bargend remḟuir, 6172 ;
80 4356 . bairgena in remfhúir, LB 128b49 .

remfuirmedach adj o,ā. placed before, preceding : n p f. remḟuir-
medcha, gl. praepositivae [coniunctiones], Sg. 212a14 .

remgáeth n ā,f. a premature (untimely) wind? deich mbliadna don
Delbaeth dichra | co ricc remgaeth riachda | cen cleith os
85braine na bochna till an untimely wind reached [him] over the
ocean brink
? (an allusion to his murder), ZCP xiii 363.5 (`eine
vorzeitige qualvolle Wunde'
) = Leb. Gab. i 176.2 , where
O'Clery glosses: gaoith fer. See rép- below.