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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.

remgnethe adj io,iā. (part. of remi-gnī-) done (made) before, pre-
viously: g s m. remgnethi, gl. ante acti, Ml. 103d15 .

5 rémiad xsee rímiad.

*remi-aisndet v tells beforehand, previously : pass. pres. s.
remi-ȧisṅdider, gl. praefatur, Ml. 64c9 . See remaisndís.

*remi-asgnin v knows beforehand : subj. impf. 3 pl. (with ro)
remiergnaitis, gl. ut praenoscerent, Ml. 19b8 .

10 *remi-ba v dies before (the time), prematurely: subj. pr. 3 pl.
remimbaat, gl. praemori, Ml. 125d9 .

*remi-cain v sings beforehand (prophetically): pass. pr. s. remí-
canar, gl. praecinitur, Ml. 67b11 .

remi-déci v foresees, provides (for): 2 s. pres. remideci, gl. con-
15sules, Ml. 55d26 . 3 s. remideci Dia duna anmandib, ib. 25 .
pret. 1 pl. annad-remdercachmar-ni ón, gl. non praevidentibus
nobis, 80b14 . Looks before : remfissid arad sencharpait reme-
déccai íarmodécai who looks before and behind , ZCP xi 83 § 27 .
Sees previously : in sagart do remdecamar, Aisl. Tund. ix 6 .
20(< remdécaid).

remideogaid: xsee remi-tét,

remi-epir v(rem-ess-ber-) says beforehand : pres. 1 s. remiepur,
gl. praedico, Sg. 222a1 . Gen. used in pret. in sense has said
(mentioned) before, previously: 1 s. inna hu[l]i remiaerburt, Ml.
25 23c24 . 3 s. remiérbart, Wb. 5c22 . remiaerbart, Ml. 94b2 .
reméerbart, 15b3 . 1 pl. in sians remiaerbartmar, 36c21 .
remiérbartmar, 42c34 . amail remi-nd-érbartmar, Ériu i 215.
10 (H. 3.18). cech noeb remitrubarmar, SR 7420 . in Fiacc
reimerbartammar, Trip. 192.10 . an mhainistir remepertmar,
30 FM iii 136.1 . ar bru in ruibeir rémhepertmar, Fl. Earls 80.21 .
See remeperthae.

*remi-érchoíli v ī. appoints beforehand, predestinates : pret. 3 s.
remiriérchoíl (leg. remí-r-érchoíl), gl. praedestinavit, Wb. 4b8 .
See remerchoíliud.

35 remi-escsed v subj. impf. 3 s. of rem-ess-cid- `stretch before'
( Ped. ii 491 ), gl. [laqueos] praetenderet, Ml. 33d20 .

*remi-etarcnaigedar vdepon. (denom. from etargne) dis-
tinguishes or makes known beforehand: subj. pr. 3 s. cid remí-
n-etarcnaigedar, gl. praenotare, Ml. 18c12 .

40 *remi-fogrigethar vdepon. sings before, precents : pass. pr.
remi-fogrigther, gl. praecinitur, Ml. 129b9 .

*remi-foídi v sends beforehand, in front : pret. 3 s. a rremiroid
when he put before , gl. promittens (= prae-m.), Ml. 31c9 . See
remḟóite.

45 *remi-folgni v `bears beforehand', anticipates : imp. 2 s. rem-
folaing, gl. anticipa, Ml. 44c24 ; gl. praeveni, 100d12 . subj. pr.
3 s. co remifoil , gl. anticipet [sic leg.], 23a8 .

remimthús n m. the act of going before, preceding, guiding :
rémhimthús righ Erind i [g]coraib ┐ i [g]comhairlibh `to go
50before the king of Eire'
, BR 126.13 . cen a n-athair oc a furtacht
┐ oc a remimthús (= patre non praeveniente), PH 6726 . ní
bhaoí aon . . . dia reimhiomtus ná do shéducchadh comhairle
dhó, FM v 1862.4 .

remindisiu n n,f. telling beforehand, predicting : tochmi na
55mórgnim-sa do reminnisin duit, CCath. 4073 .

reminnsgne n iā,f. foretelling: reminnsgni prognostication (of
diseases), Mackinnon Cat. 274.35 .

*remi-nota v signifies beforehand : subj. pr. 3 s. cid reminota , gl.
praenotare, Ml. 18c12 .

60 remi-said v sits before, presides : indi remisaid, gl. praesidentis,
Ml. 50d5 .

*remi-suidigedar v places before : impf. 3 s. remisuidigddis
(= praeponebant), Sg. 28a9 . See remṡuidigud.

*remi-tá v is in front of, precedes, is superior to: pres. 3 pl.
65 remitaat, gl. praesunt [vobis], Wb. 25c15 . consuet. pres. is é
remíbi [sic] boairechaib, Laws iv 314.25 , cf. 316.5 Comm.
nech eacnaigter . . . a senóir remibí do i n-aes nó forcetul,
Ériu vii 162.2 . subj. pr. du senoir remebe dó, 158.16 . ? glos
reamta an Fhélere which precedes the F. , Mart. Don. 358.26 .

70 remi-tét v pres. 3 s. remitét, Sg. 17b10 . remi-ta-tét, 197b5 .
subj. pr. 3 pl. diand-remthiasat, Wb. 5a32 . subj. impf. 3 s.
remiteised, LL 124b24 ( Death-tales 10.15 ). 3 pl. nad rem-
thíastais , LU 6788 ( BDD 32 ). pret. 3 s. reme-lluid, Ml. 132c13 .
perf. 3 pl. ní remdechutar , Wb. 5a30 . Goes before, precedes
75(in temporal or local sense), generally trans.; glosses antecedere,
Sg. 17b10 , praeire, Ml. 132c13 . ind psalm-sa remitet na huile
psalma, Hib. Min. 11.350 . is mucc remitéit mess, BDD 106
(remetuit, remituit v.ll.) = remithuit, § 66 (perh. right read-
ing); a proverbial expression for premature death, cf. as muc
80rémitéth mes, FM ii 1114.13 . amal remetet ara coimdig as a
charioteer goes before the lord
, O'Mulc. 54 . adhaigh reimteit la,
O'Dav. 1409 . cid ara remtet bethi ria cach why `b' precedes
all other letters
, Auraic. 5488 . it brec[h]ta remitiagaitt ḟelesa,
IT iii 9 § 10 . asbert friu nad remthíastais in ríg BDD
85 32 . boí tincoscc forru conā remtiastais in crobuailidh, CCath.
5699 ; 4888 . perf. isind aidchi remideogaid the night before LU
8002 ( BDD 168 ). remdechaid tusmed na rígna in ua[i]r sin
(= regina ante horam genuit filium), Lat. Lives 66 = reimh-
dheachaid , Lism.L. 1197 . remídechatar [a]irde ile coisecrad
na heclaisi, PH 6283 . In sense has (had) gone previously :
5 friothrosc na conaire remedeochatar, FM v 1862 z . See rem-
thechtas
.