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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.

2 rindaid n i, m. a satirist, lampooner , strictly applied to one of
the eight classes of `daerbard', whose specific composition
was the `ressach'. rindaid, IT iii 5 z = rinnid, Arch. i. 160 .
ressach fri rindaigh [leg. -aidh], IT iii 23.4 . in imresnach [fri]
10rintaich, 65 § 135 . rinntaid nomen do fir aorchaid [leg. aoraid]
rindass cach n-aghaidh, Corm. Y 1081 . rionnaidh .i. ainm
d'fior aorachais rionnas no dheargas gach aghaidh, O'Cl.
coimius fēighi fri rionnoidh competing in keenness with a
lampooner
, Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919 v 93 § 33 .

15 rindaige n io,m. (1 rind). a carver or engraver, prob. also in
wider sense a decorator (on metal, etc.): ailtire ┐ gebeic ┐
rindaigi, Laws v 106.7 (`relief-carver', MacNeill, Law of Status
280 ). rindaide, ráthbuige réil, Met. Dinds. i 24.161 . Cf. cicht
.i. geibiach .i. rindaighe, O'Dav. 367 (rannaigh, rannaigi,
20 v.l.).

rindaigecht n ā,f. the craft or occupation of a `rindaige ': rin-
daigecht, Laws v 94.14 Comm. rindaigi .i. doniat in rindiacht,
106.11 Comm. Engraving, carving, decorative work: ba sain
rindaigecht gach sceith, Ériu v 72.5 . dorus . . . is áillem ro
25boí isin bith do rindaigecht écsamail cacha tíre, TTr.² 1859 .
ní denta delbha no rinnighecht forra (of ships), CCath. 1910 .
Ercnat . . . .i. druinech. huar `ercad' tall isin t[ṡ]engaidilc,
`rinnaigecht' sen indossa, Fél. 42.9 (where it seems to include
embroidery).

30 rindainech (? rindenech) n o,m. techn. term for a recognized
class of fool or buffoon : in meallach suirig ┐ in righ-druth ┐ in
rinnainech, Ériu xi 73 § 7 . in rindenach, 69.18 (where he is
equated with the `mellach suirig'). in rindinech 80.24 ( H. 3.18,
p. 423a ). Perh. a compd. of 1 rind and ainech ` scratch-face ';
35see Ériu xi 82 n.

rindaire n io,m. = rindaige. cicht .i. geibire .i. rindaire, H.
3.18, p. 66b (quoted O'Dav. 367 n. ).

rindamail adj i. (1 rind) acute, piercing, gen. of sight: súil rinn-
amail, LL 235a47 ( TTr. 1362 ). ní fhuil mo rosg go rinnamail,
40 ML² 1506 . rindamuil an rodharc, IGT Dec. ex. 380 . Of light:
in nem . . . cona rennaib rindamla, LL 237a36 ( TTr. 1507 ).

rindánach adj o,ā. Magh Raighní rindanach, IT iii 95 § 147
(: amārach) `grasreich', Bruchst. i § 147 . Cf. rindfeoir, Ériu
x 84 § 78 .

45 rindard n ā,f. name of a four-lined stanza with hexasyllabic
verses ; for its varieties see IT iii 90 , 91 and Fél. 4 ff. cia aiste
triasin ndernad in Félire? Ní anse: rindard, Fél. 4.26 . g s.
aichne rinnairde, ib. Cf. 1 rind (f). See E. Knott, Ir. Syllabic
Poetry 16 .

50 rinde n a kind of basket or hamper made of woven twigs ? im criol,
im crandbolg, im rinde (.i. in fota), im chusail (.i. gairit .i.
cruind rigind .i. crandoga beca no bith aca), Laws i 150.10 ,
152.28 . cusal .i. rinde, O'Mulc. 280 . ni coimedus eccusc
conduala .i. in merge no in brat sida no in rinde, O'Dav. 992 =
55 in raindi, Laws v 386.11 . See the passage in Lism.L. 2400 fg .
where the `rinde' of l. 2402 seems to be the same as the `cliab
bec do fhleascaib cuill' of 2401 , which is sent, with a chasuble
inside, floating down the river and returns the same way with
the Host and two blocks of salt; in l. 2412 we should perh.
60read: gheibhidh chuice [in sacarbaic] as an rinde.

rindech adj o,ā. sharp-pointed: diburgad d'arm rindech ruad, IT
iii 82.2 = Bruchst. i § 47 . a rroíb rindechaib, LU 5488 =
TBC² 1009 . soighiod rinneach, Prov. xxv 18 . cuan rinnech
`of the spear-armed hosts', Fianaig. 14 § 30 .

65 rindele (rindile) n satire: mac rindele .i. fear n-airceatail, H
2.15, p. 45b ( O'Don. 1186 ) = rindaile, H. 3.18, p. 505 ( O'C.
1253 ), rinnaile, H. 3.17, c. 388 ( O'Don. 485 ). mac rindile
(.i. inti rindes neach o oil .i. in cainti), Laws v 202.5 , 204.10 .
tech rindile `the house of a satirist', 266.22 . aes dána ┐ rindeli,
70 LL 29a9 = aes dana ┐ rinnola, YBL 419a1 .

rindide adj io,iā (2 rind) containing stars or constellations , hence as
subst. m. the Zodiac : a s. sírid in rindide ṅ-uile, Bcr. 33d3
(= signifer of text).

rindiuc n m. (dim. of 1 rind, Wortk. § 58 ) lit. `a little point',
75hence a blade of grass (poet. and cryptic): ní benadh a cruin-
diucc don rindiuc .i. a drucht do barr an feóir, Acall. 386 .
rus-scuirid a ngabrai for an rindiuc dia gleth, RC xiii 221.12 =
ro curit a n-eich for ér ingelt, MS. Mat. 473.2 . ruinnec no
rinnec .i. fér, O'Cl.

80 rindmar adj o,ā. (1 rind) spear-possessing? don ríg rindmor `the
spear-attended king
', Met. Dinds. iii 220.59 (: tirgnom).

? rindraigthech: adj traxit secum . . . praecipites .i. inna rind-
raigthechu, Lib. Hymn. i 69 y ; expld. by Atkinson ii 157 as =
rindthraigthechu ` point-footed ', i.e. headlong , the glossator
85taking praecipes to be a deriv. of pes `foot'.

rindrosc n o,n. (?) a desire, request, boon : atrogell Oengus a tri rinn
roisc di. Batar e a tri rindroisc .i. faitchi Chaisil, etc., Rawl.
132b3 . mo tri rindrosc dam!, BB 259b37 , cf. YBL 180a3 =
mo thri drinnrosc, RC vi 175.31 . dobertatar a tri rindroisc
di, Ériu iii 138.94 . A corruption of drindrosc through the
5analogy of rind ruisc pupil, apple of the eye or the latter ex-
pression itself? Connected with drenn `quarrel' by Zimmer,
ZCP i 94 n.