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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.

ringid v i. tears, mangles: pret. ra ringset na muca tore him to
pieces
, Ériu xi 44.24 . pass. pret. hi rrói Ualentini | Marcellus
10ro riṅged, Fél. Feb. 14 (glossed .i. ro riagad, LB, Fél.² xlv ).
pl. ro ringthea co rrindib, Fél. Prol. 37 (.i. ro repta, LB). part.
reraig roí ro-ríg riṅgthi `where great kings were mangled',
Arch. Hib. ii 56 § 23 ( LL 182b10 ). ringeadh .i. riaghadh no
crochadh, O'Cl. ringthe .i. réptha. ro ringthe .i. do réptha, ib.
15 Cf. rigthe.

rinnach n[o,m.] some kind of fish : garbconghair na mbledhmil ┐
na muc mara ┐ na ron ┐ na rinnach, CCath. 4333 . rionnach
mackerel , P. O'C. , but this sense would not suit the context.
Cf. rintach.

20 1 rinne n(1 rind) (a) sharpness, keenness ? as fictitious npr. m.:
Rinne mac Tuadha [= Tuagha], Anecd. ii 55.17 (but perh.
an agricultural implement of some sort is meant). (b) fig.
acumen, understanding : rinne .i. tuiccsin, O'Cl. r. ¤ `under-
standing
', O'R.; no exx. from lit.

25 ? 2 rinne: ind marbad ríg rinne ré ré | ro marb sé sinni ┐ sé, TFerbe
295 ; `einen König von Irland (?) zu tödten', Wind., who com-
pares: rinne .i. Eirinn; rí uas rinne .i. rí uas Eirinn, O'Cl.; the
reference in the text is to Gerg who was a chief. Possibly the
prep. re, ri (= fri) with 1 pl. pron. suff.

30 rinnta adj io,iā. part. of rindaid, cut, carved, engraved : fuath cind
eich rinta fair, BB 442a16 . stuagdruimne rinnta, CCath.
4728 . cat[h]cris . . . cona tuaghmilibh rinnta d'or, 4684 .
ina ndelbaib rinnta rotaigi fo delbaib cep cruadbuide de
ḟerna, LB 155a23 , i.e. with forms like figures carved from
35alder-wood; of emaciated people
. Cf. rinta .i. mill[t]a, Lec.
Gl. 476 = rinnta, 283 M ., which may be suggested by some
passage like the foregoing. coiléar rionnta `quilted' (? goffered ),
Ir. Monthly 1929, 333 § 21 .

rinntach adj o,ā. satirical, given to sarcastic jests ? bachlaich . . .
40ruadmáela rintacha ro bith ac denam chles ┐ chluiche a tigh
Manannain, Acall. 3796 (`full of ribald quips', SG ii 200 ), cf.
bathlach ruaghmoel rindtach, 1871 n. ? ingen ríg Fer Falga
firthair | grib gellamda rintaig réil, LL 137b31 ( RC xlvii
295.13 ; `quick of promise, brilliant in satire'?).

45 rinntanach adj o,ā. édan rionntanach róin | ag techt on muir,
Buile S. § 73 ; perh. connected with rintach (see below), the
epithet being transferred from róin to the preceding noun.

rintach n o,m. the cry of a seal ? ag eistecht le riontach na rōn,
Anecd. iii 5.4 .

50 rintriuchta ind a p. SR 7829 , see rindricht (rind, compds.).

rír in advl. phrase dá rírib really, actually, truly (see Mar-
strander, RIA Dict. facs. i 104
): do ririb , IT iii 86.13 . is olc
da rírib in comarli, LB 274a27 . cibé aga mbí an grádh dá
ríribh whoever really loves , TSh. 8087. 6223 . la bochtaine dá
55r. ¤ genuine poverty , O'Hussey TC 67.12 . mas mar sin . . . doni
sibh dha rire if you really do so , Luc. Fid. 202.17 . In earnest:
ni da riribh adubart-sa súd, ZCP vi 71.14 . See also fo-rír
(fa-rír).

1 ris n f. a piece of news, tidings, story (poet. word). ris .i. scél.
60risi .i. scéla, Corm. Y 1099 . LU 554 . reisi ainm [in] sgeil,
Metr. Gl. Ff. 12 (ris, rís v.l.). ris faisneis, Met. Gl. 31 ( Eg. § 2 ).
Lec. Gl. 481 . diḟulaing riss re aisneid, Colum cen beith dire
tidings to relate, that C. is no more
, ACC § 8 ( RC xx 158 ). ris
nach lánchinte a report not fully confirmed , LL 138a38 ( Trip.
65 536.17 ). is oll in ris sin táinig cuguinn, S. mac F. ar faghbáil
báis, O'Gr. Cat. 147.3 (scribe's note). ? g s. caine rissi, rige la
Día a ndeoidh retha delightful tidings , ZCP viii 197 § 2 . ? gé
beith seal étresi air | fedh na cēdreisi cocaidh, Ir. Texts ii 25 z
(i.e. on the first tidings of war?). pl. sliocht sceo mo risi (.i.
70innis dó mo sgéla), ZCP v 487 § 1 (B. na f.). vi 259.9 . fochtus
int sentonn rise nde, RC xi 129.7 (Uath B.E.). A tale : riss in
mundtuirc dorinde Ulcan (title of a story), RC vi 190.32 . ris
cen aisde `a tale without verse', Met. Dinds. iii 54.4 . cen díl
dámi resi (.i. scelaigi) without rewarding story-tellers , RC xii 70
75§ 39 = risi, LU 558 , Corm. Y 1099 , O'Dav. 602 , resi, LU 564 ,
reisi, YBL 137b43 . risi rēde `smooth tales', RC xxvi 22 § 69 ,
cf. LU 555 . rissi ruada warlike tales , 24 § 85 . ar chotlud cain
bindris sleep of sweet dreams , Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 24 ( IT iii 39
§ 31 ). rann ┐ res ┐ rece `tale (?)', Auraic. 1920 . ? ra bert a
80thrí resse gémmend bar airde (of the Dond Cúalgne), TBC
6124 .
? Compd. og imarbhaghadh, ┐ oc resbagaibh `quarrelling',
TFrag. 24.10 .
Cf. res.

85 ? 2 ris n a king : ris .i. ri, Lec. Gl. 294 = ruis .i. ríg, 86 M . Acc.
to Stokes, borrowed from Lat. rex. No exx. in lit.