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85 rigthech n o,m. (1 rig) the forearms : rightheach ┐ luirgne
remra, ITS xix 72.10 . da gab in noidiu ar a rigtheach, YBL
148b28 . rigthech cuit senmaire saír, Met. Dinds. i 26.169
(part of foreleg of an animal). ar bunuibh in righthigh, Reg.
San. 30.14 .

rígthech n s,n. and m. n s. (with art.) a rígthech n-uile, LU 8262
5( FB 20 ). a rrígtech , 8729 ( FB 55 ). g s. ind rígthige , 8053
( FB 2 ). g p. na rígthige , 9104 ( FB 85 ). A king's or chieftain's
house : rigteg, gl. praetorio, Wb. 23b8 (a primâ manu). co
rragaib cách a lepaid isind rígthig, FB 12 (of hall built by
Bricriu). i rrígthich Themra, Ériu iv 144.4 . turre rígthige,
10 TBC² 17 , cf. tuiri rigthaigi, 3356 . for slis a righthoighi,
Marco P. 22 . Transf. of Eden: roba lem rightheg dom réir,
Ériu iii 148 § 2 (Eve speaks after her expulsion). In relig. lit.
freq. of heaven: dorigne Dia in rigthech uachtarach, LB
109a1 ( MacCarthy 38 ) = riched, SR 337 . doroine Dia rig-
15t[h]egh co n-ainglib nime, Ériu iii 143 z . o ḟirmamint co
rigtech, Laws i 28.16 . ag ainglib righ an ri[g]thoighe, BCC
168.29 (poem). Of a zone of the empyrean: égusc . . . na .vii.
neime ┐ na cóic righthighi timchilles na secht neime, RC xxiv
372.17 .

20 ? rigthess: ind for mōr-grāin Med ocus Pers | Greic ocus Romain
rigthess, SR 7250 .

rigthid n i,m. ` forearm man', front guardsman ; cía lín di amsaib
as choir do ríg? Cethrar .i. rigthid ┐ seirthith ┐ dá thoeb-
thaid, Críth Gablach 583 = Laws iv 338.7 .

25 1 rím n ā,f., later u,m. g s. rimae, Sg. 181a8 . rímh m. (g s. n p. -a),
IGT Dec. § 95 (p. 127.8) .
(a) the act of counting, enumerating , used as vn. of rímid;
freq. in combination with áirem. rím .i. airim, Lec. Gl. 348 .
rímh no riomh .i. áireamh, O'Cl. a rím-som dorón-sa may I
30be able to enumerate them
, Fél. Prol. 268 . secht cóecait cach
óen-chatha | o ro gabthá a rrím, LU 9372 . boi F. oc rím cach
cóicir do ṡlogaib [maic] Con, Corm. p. 38 s.v. ringcne = oc
airim, Corm. Y 1084 . ní chumaṅgar a rím cia lín dorochair
and, TBC 2661 = riom, St. ni thalla rím no airem furri, Aisl.
35MC 3.18 , cf. CCath. 4970 , Fl. Earls 186.30 . ní ríacht rímh for
ar' bāidhedh dhibh, Marco P. § 149 . ní roich ríomh, áiremh,
nó aisneis ina ndearnsat d'ulcaibh, FM v 1754 w . do cursid
. . . rímh for a innsibh counted its islands , Marco P. 153 . le
riaghoil rímhe na n-aos the method of computing the ages , MS.
40Mat. 556.29 (O'Clery).
In sense of number : Fedelmed R. it rím in the number (of
thy dead
), LU 4165 (to a burial-place). da cinel .lxx. do rimh
aingel, RC xxiv 380.31 = do airbrib aingeal, Ériu ii 132
§ 107 . foirceadlaidhe .i. fear ag a mbí gramadac, crosan ┐
45siollaba ┐ ríme (i.e. arithmetic ), MS. Mat. 494 y (Glossary of
the Brehon Laws by Dubhaltach Mac Firbisigh).
(b) telling, relating (cf. similar development of Eng. tell):
?noco rim marbrécc, LL 27a58 . Common in late poetry: ó
nach féidir réad do ríomh air | acht bladh flatha since nought
50can be told of him
, Hackett xxxix 123 . ní chumhgaid . .
leath a scéal do ríomh, O'Bruad. ii 202.14 . Keat. Poems 1398 .
(c) in prosody counting (syllables); metrics: ag rim fers, ZCP
ix 173 § 22 . litirdacht leir ocus rím, ZCP ix 470 § 4 = xii 385 .
Auraic. 55 (possibly in sense computation ).

55 2 rím (? ríma) n bad weather ? hed is annsam do rímaib, |
fleochud, snechta co sir-gail, RC xx 256.3 ( ACC 58 Com. ),
oppd. to sonenne, ib. 4 .

rímad m. late vn. formed from rímaid = rímid. ? cen rimad
comgnimha fri forcetal, BNnÉ 305 § 22 (ra imudh v.l.), of a
60degenerate monastery; `without abundance (?) of co-operation
in teaching
'; without agreement (reading rímad)? damh is dual
a ruaig do ríomhadh to recount their career , Hackett xxxix 7 .

1 rímid v ī, in later Mid.Ir. and Mod.Ir. rímaid (ā-stem);
denominative from rím, Ped. ii 603 . perf. 3 s. ro rimi , SR 105 .
65 ro rím , 114 .
(a) counts, reckons, estimates : rímhim .i. airmhim, O'Cl. sé
bliadna cóicat . . . rímim, LL 130b25 ( Trip. 530.7 ). (with
potential ro) ní ru rimiu ni airmiu | a ndorigenai ind nóebduil,
Hy. v 41 (glossed: ni etaim a thurim F.). ní ruirmiu, ní
70airémha, FM ii 600.17 (poem). hilerda na n-anman . . . ni fail
hi crí rimess sin who counts , SR 311 . ind rae o hescgu co
grein | ri ro rím co ṅgle glan-leir, 114 . Pass. a Rí rímter
flaithe whose lords (i.e. saints) are numbered , Fél. Prol. 286 ,
cf. Ep. 46 . tri noi, noi ced do bliadnaib | rimthir fo riaghlaibh
75reilibh, AU 927 . ni rímtís [na mucca] fo chomlín were never
fully counted
, LL 290a15 . subj. pr. noco rímter renna nime,
ZCP viii 111.17 . ro rímed fiche míled mochtae, Fél. Mar. 18 .
ra rímit ┐ ra harmit . . . cor batar comlínmair, TBC 69 . ní
chumaṅgar a rím . . . acht ro rímthé a tigerna nammá only
80their lords have been counted
, 2662 = TBC² 2004 . iarsain ro
rímed fond Fáil | ra maccu Miled Espáin was estimated (i.e.
allotted, divided ), LL 22a23 . Imputes: ni ra rim doib Dia ar
peccad | guin na geinti did not count as a sin , ZCP iii 24.21 .
Counts (syllables in verse), composes: rímim raind, LL 376b45 .
85(b) recounts, relates (later sense): ra rim a cumachta egsa-
mail in gach inad, TTébe 1212 . is deg-rig . . . o rímthar a
romarbad whose heroic fall is recounted , MR 172.4 . na ríomh a
n-aithecht `their keen valour quote not', O'Gr. Cat. 392.18 .
gach aoinfher rompa ríomhtar let all others be commemorated
before them
, 392.19 .
5See 1 rím and rímad.