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3 rind n harmony, (in verse) rhyme ? perh. an extension of 1 rind
(f), which may be intended in some of the exx. below. i tír
n-ingnad hi fil rind, LU 10845 ( IT i 132 ). rind airchetail . . .
gabait na cliara, IT iii 106.4 . aisti rathmar co rrind, ib. 15
85( LL 38a20 , 33 ). aeibind tām in ríg go rind | darba seol seirci
. . . ceol circi Boirc[h]i, Ériu x 81 § 47 cf. Met. Dinds. iv 90.13
(Dinds. of Ard Fothaid). aes dana in rig co rinnib `melodies',
Fél.² p. xcvi ( LB Comm. on June 1 ). rind eclinne cen a
n-uaim `a kinless stanza lacking in rhyme' (? a faulty end-
rhyme without one to correspond
?), Ériu vii 220.3 ( LL 209b41 ).
5 acht guth eoin bhinn . . . do rinn cheóil ní chluinfidhir `no
note of music will be heard
', Ériu v 54.44 . rinn .i. eolus ut est
aircetal .i. in rind ro bui ac Aimirgin ┐ ic Roighne, rinn aīre
┐ rinn molta (i.e. poem ), O'Dav. 1352 (see Ériu xiii 21.19 ).

rind- prefix nin compds. used in senses of 1, 2 and 3 rind, not always
10easily distinguished, somet. merely with intensifying force.
(a) with subst.: ¤ áithe sharp-pointedness: co rinnaithi eoa
for a n-innaibh (of lances), CCath. 5303 . Berach . . . ainm
fuair trésin rinnáithe acuteness , BNnÉ 26.15 . ¤ arg: rí na
rind-arg ` spearmen ', Met. Dinds. iv 90.18 . ¤ blad: mac R. co
15rindblaid ` spear-renowned ', Met. Dinds. iii 302.58 . ¤ cert:
rindchert cech raind `the rule of rhyme', Met. Dinds. i 50.55 .
¤ ecnaid: dā rindegnaid cach riagla acute (? eminent = 2 rind)
in knowledge , ZCP xiii 16.21 . ¤ feithem (rinnfheitheamh) keen
investigation, contemplation , TSh. 883 . ré rinnfheitheamh
20nó ré contemplation, Keat. iii 3112 . ag rinnfheitheamh
romhaibh keeping keen look out , Studies 1921, 73 § 1 . ¤ fér
blade of grass: pl. rindfeoir, Ériu x 84 § 78 . ¤ luas great swift-
ness : tré luas . . . reatha ┐ rionnluais, TSh. p. 318 argument ,
FM v 1638.15 . ¤ mag: Cu Rui ind rindmaige spear -( battle -)
25 plain , Bruchst. i § 58 (< IT iii 94 § 144 ). ¤ muir: tar an rinn-
muir ríanaigh, BCC 384.19 . ¤ nem (2 rind): dond rindnim
starry heaven , Fél. May 29 . g s. rindnime, SR 510 . rinnnime,
8221 . ¤ niam: ingen R. co rindníam `starlike beauty', Met.
Dinds. iii 94.0 . ¤ ogam: rith rindogaim, IT iii 92 § 139 (a
30species of Ogham?). ? ¤ richt (2 rind): rēlat tria rintriuchta
ráid | áes ind intliuchta áin . . . inganta, SR 7829 ; perh. =
rindriuchta (= -rechta) their radiant (luminous) converse; cf.
Daniel xii 3 . ? ¤ ris: cingid for rinndris na mbera . . . di chach
biur for araili, TBC² 1359 = for rindriis, LU 5733 , rindrús,
35 Eg. 1782 .
(b) with adj.: ¤ ágach spear-fighting: Lug rindagach, ZCP
xii 363.2 = rionnaghach, Leb. Gab. i 174.11 . ¤ áith sharp-
pointed : clóthi géra rindáthi, PH 8111. 3296 . do beraib
rinnaithi, CCath. 3154 . freagra rionnáith, Content. xii 6 .
40 ¤ balc: rí rindbalcc, SR 123. 2671 . Credh rinnbalc ingen
Ronan `star-strong', Fél. 134 z . ¤ faebrach: drong renn-
fhaobrach `armed with point and edge', O'Gr. Cat. 464.25 .
¤ gel star-bright : la ruiri richid rindgil, SR 778 . 4094 . bean . . .
rindgeal, RC xxiii 400 § 4 . ¤ gér: co n-ilar sleg rindgér sharp-
45pointed , Acall. 5162 . radarcc a rosc rinnger keen-sighted ,
CCath. 5555 . ¤ glan: ruibni rinndglan rétglann, SR 7292 . Of
a beach: trácht réid rindglan, ZCP v 496 § 3 . ¤ glas: rosg
rindglas, Cog. 180.16 . leth mo ruiscc rinnglaiss, Anecd. i 31 z .
¤ luath: sidhe retha rindluaith, Acall. 6058 ; cf. ZCP vi 57.16 ,
50 CF 101 . ¤ mas(s): mo Ri rinnmas, SR 5636 . riched rindmas
`star-beautiful', Eriu iii 98.2 (Rule of Ailbe). Fél. 154.4 .
¤ radarcach: co tighibh rinnradharcacha, Acall. 426 , cf.
3080 n. ; i.e. from which a clear (or distant) view can be
obtained? ¤ roscach: ó ralá . . . súil rinnamail rindroscaig dar
55in fairggi, LL 235a47 ( TTr. 1362 ). Cf. ¤ rosc. ¤ ruad: trérinde
rindruadai red-pointed , Alex. 11 . ¤ solus: roscc rinnṡolus,
CCath. 5556 . ¤ úar: fir na n-arm rindfuar, Ériu iv 226.26 .

rindad u,m. vn. of rindaid. (a) cutting, incising : rindad ramud
cutting roads , Laws iii 306.7 . Generally of carving, or en-
60graving : batar dealba . . . arna rindadh inte carved , Aen. 1559
(= effigies . . . e cedro, V. Aen. vii 177 ). delba loiscenn . . .
arna rinnadh co hadhuat[h]mur, CCath. 5326 . dergbocoit co
rindud ┐ co mílu óir fair, IT iii 186.4 . cloidheamh . . . co
n-iolar naithreach . . . ōir . . . arna rionnadh ann `inlaid', FM
65 i 92.16 . In follg. exx. seems to mean painting : doníatt a
rinnadh forro . . . cu mbi saine gacha datha fora mballaib (of
tattooing), Marco P. 119 . co fuath gach anmanna arna
rinnadh forro do ilbrechtadh gach datha (of mural paintings),
137 . co fighuir na croiche arna rindad fuirri (of a `meirge' or
70banner, perh. embroidered ), 62 . (fig.) tri rindad no tria ercad
ina menmain by engraving it . . . in his mind , PH 4867 .
(b) satirizing, lampooning : aige fine . . . do rinnad (.i.
d'aerad), Laws v 388.3 , 8 ; cf. i 184.17 , 188.12 . rindadh
rindibh tengadh, Arch. iii 294 § 5 (perh. a play on both senses).
75 rionnadh .i. deargadh, O'Cl.

1 rindaid v ā. (denom. from 1 rind) lit. ` marks (cuts) with a
point', hence ( a) cuts, incises : ? (fig.) scret ro rinn | cnet nach
cinid [leg. cind?] | sceo fri niad `a cry has pierced (?)', PRIA iii
544 § 25 ( LL 146b50 ). Generally carves, engraves : ro rindadh
80isin sciath delb ┐ ainm gach rig, Aen. 1960 . do rindta roth(a)
grene ┐ escai fair, Marco P. 66 . In wider sense of metal deco-
rative work: ro rindad [┐] ro hecrait airm . . . do dergór ┐ do
ghemmaib, Alex. 623 . Of painting: rindait-sium fuath a ndee
dubh they paint the images of their gods black , Marco P.
85 176 .
(b) satirizes, lampoons : bean rindus (.i. aerus) cach richt,
Laws v 176.2 , 11 . inti rindes nech, 204.10 . cf. be rinnuis
(.i. inban file no in bancainte), Ériu xii 26 § 32 .
(c) in B. na f. understands ? ni rindond (.i. ni tuigenn) aroe
(.i. rí) alcha bár (.i. bésa suadh) a king understands not the ways
5of the wise
, ZCP v 485 § 2 . Cf. rinne `the understanding', O'R.