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ro-cluinethar vdepon.
Early forms: pres. 1 s. rocluiniur-sa, LU 6899 ( BDD 50 ).
3 s. rocluinethar, Wb. 12c22 , cf. 12c46 . TBC² 2973 , 3603 . nís-
15cluinethar, Ml. 21b2 . 1 pl. rochluinemmar, Ml. 112b13 . 3 pl.
rochlúinetar, Wb. 11b6 . imp. 2 s. cluinte, Ml. 136a10 . SR
1842 , 2480 . Fél. Ep. 314 , 365 , 425 . LU 5493 ( TBC² 1014 ).
cluinnte, Corm. Y 100 . cluinti, SR 3334 . cluin, 2441 (common
Mid.Ir. form). 1 pl. cluinem, 3315 . impf. 3 s. rochluined, LL
20 260a27 ( IT i 72.5 ). nod chluined , ib. 28 . subj. pres. 1 s.
rocloor, Wb. 23d2 . nicon chloor , 23b41 . na clór-sa , LL 280a18 .
dia clor-sa , 147a2 . 2 s. condam-cloither-sa, Ml. 21b6 . ro-
cloither, Mon. Tall. 136.15 . 3 s. ro-domchloathar, Thes. ii
358.2 ( Hy. vii ). cloodar, Ériu i 118.12 (Aided Áenfir Aífe).
25 1 pl. rocloammar, Ml. 112b12 . co cloamar , CCath. 4520
(archaism). 3 pl. rocloatar, Ml. 70a2 . dia cloadar som, Mon.
Tall. 137.6 . Later forms: 3 s. dá clóra , Ériu i 130.37 ( LL
46b8 ). 3 pl. co clórat , TBC 4939 ( LL 95a18 ). subj. impf.
3 s. ra-cload, Ml. 43c13 . ro-das-cload, Hy. v 53 . ni cloath ,
30 Ériu iii 104 § 40 (Rule of Ailbe). 1 pl. mani cloimmis , Wb.
26b23 . 2 pl. r-a-chlóithe, 24d21 . 3 pl. coni cloitis , 5a8 . ro-
clótís, LU 6898 ( BDD 50 ). fut. 3 s. rot-chechladar, Wb.
28d16 . rond-cechladar, Ml. 53b27 . nos-cechla, LL 47a12 ( RC
xxix 211 § 6 ). 3 pl. concechlabat, TBC 1055 . con-cechlafat,
35 802 (late forms with b- inflexions). cond. 1 s. ar na cech-
laind , Anecd. ii 7 z . pret. 1 s. rochualae, Mon. Tall. 140.22 .
rochualai, 132.6 . rochuala, 157.4 . 2 s. rochúala, Wb. 28c22 .
rocuala-su, Ml. 50d7 . 3 s. rochuale, Wb. 5a7 . rom-chualae,
Ml. 130b11 . ronda-cu[a]lae, 124d6 . níscualae, 59a13 , cf. 95c9 .
40 conid-chuale, 20a2 . co cúala , LU 1954 ( FA 2 ). 1 pl. rochualam-
mar-ni, Wb. 5a7 . 2 pl. racualid, 22a23 . innád cualaid-si , 5a21 .
3 pl. rochualatar, 30a11 , cf. 5a8 , 12d28 . ní cú[a]latar , Ml. 102d7 .
Pass. pres. s. rocluinter, LU 2199 . PH 3755 . fut. s. rocech-
lastar, TBC² 3379 = concechlastar, TBC 5583 ( LL 100a25 ). pl.
45 cechlaiter , LL 47a11 ( RC xxix 211 § 6 ). cond. s. rocechlastai,
LU 7180 ( BDD 85 ). pret. s. rochlos, Wb. 23c11 . Thes. ii 292 .
17 ( Ml. Poems ii ). roclos, TBC 2611 , cf. 1020 . noco closs ,
3673 . rachlas, 2786 . rochlús, SR 769 (metri gratiâ). ? pl.
roclossa, LL 23a22 . A Mid.Ir. sing. formation from the
50participle is rocloth, LU 1464 , 6595 ; co cloth , LU 5445 ,
5499 , 5453 , 5470 , 5473 (= con cloith , TBC² 998 YBL), 5483 .
Part. g s m. in chlothi , Ml. 48b3 (gl. exauditi). Vn. O.Ir. clúas;
dat. do chluas , Wb. 23c2 . acc. cen mu chluais without hearing
me
, Ml. 130b11 . Later cloistecht, cloistin, cluinsin.
55In the Mid.Ir. period treated as an active vb. of regular
conjugation; the stem cluin- appears in subj. and fut. (for
late formations from clo- see above). A curious perf. is 1 s.
rus-clousa, LB 35a68 ( PH 1579 ); cf. the stem clois- in later
language; 3 s. rus-cló, LB 62a17 ( Thr. Hom. 52.30 ). The perf.
60forms act. and pass. continue in use down to the Mod.Ir.
period. The preverb ro- is commonly replaced by ad- (at-,
it-) or do-.
Hears (a sound, tidings, etc.): auchide .i. cluinnte quasi
aure accipe , Corm. Y 100 . rocluinethar cách in fogur, Wb.
65 12c22 . an rochluinemmar hua chluasaib, Ml. 112b13 . dia
cluintis in fogur sin nos gébad ule crith, FA 14 . mani cloimmis
for ndrogscéla unless we heard ill reports of you , Wb. 26b23 .
airm in nā closs guth, Ériu ii 136.8 . benait cluig . . . go
gclos fon mbaile uile iad, Fl. Earls 52.3 . With pers. obj.
70(often = listens to): cách rot-chechladar oc precept, Wb.
28d16 . nom cluin-se anosa, a Dé! PH 1209 . cenel . . .
nach adrann ┐ nach cluin ar ṅdee-ni, 1403 . Folld. by LA or ó
of the person heard: clunem-ni latt let us hear [it] from you ,
TBC 3176 . is hed rochuala la Crundmael, Mon. Tall. 72 , cf.
75 pp. 132.6 , 133.18 . mar dochluinim las cach cléir, Ériu ii 50
§ 1 . cluineam uait, TBC² 2361 . Occas. with LA and reflex.
pron.: cluinte lat, á Íssu, do deórudán lobur, Fél. Ep. 365 , cf.
425 . Folld. by a statement in oratio recta: rocualai, ol sessem,
is hi figil . . . la Duiblitir, Mon. Tall. 129.12 . With vn. phrase:
80 dia cloadar-som indí sin do denam dúini if they hear that we
perform it
, Mon. Tall. 137.6 . roclos fón tír uli a thoduscad-
side a bbās, PH 4467 . do clos fon cathraigh uili Gyi do beith
gallrach, ZCP vi 25.35 . ní closs terce brait ná bíd ar Dáil
Chais, Met. Dinds. iii 310.105 . ní clos a druim fria eccraittibh
85ittir, FM vi 1874 y .
Hears of: Brega Tea . . . rocluinter úair ba haird-ben `B.T.
is famed
', Met. Dinds. i 6.18 . nech bad chalmu noco closs,
TBC 3673 . nocha cuala a comháluinn I have not heard of its
equal for beauty
, Ériu iv 112 § 1 . ní chuala thech | isin glind-
sea I never heard of a house in this glen , RC vii 296.103 . acht
5go ccluinit an cíos so aga iarraidh, BNnÉ 248.8 . a chatha 's
a chongala | úaim nos cechla cách, RC xxix 211 § 6 .

rocmi xsee ocu-ben

rocnat n(dim.) name of a bird : mintan, gēis, . . . rocnat,
Auraic. 5695 (én-ogam). Calder, Gloss. Ind. s.v. gives: rócnat
10`a small rook (?)'; Meyer, Wortk. § 12 , conjectures a dim. from
roc wrinkle, groove.

ród adj o,ā. apparently an early form of rúad, surviving in Mid.Ir.
poetry and heroic lit. as a distinct word; somet. confounded
with rot, q.v. The sense seems to be orig. red, then strong,
15 fierce, impetuous or someth. similar. rucsat réim rōd rainni
slōig | do chlōd clainni Iacōib, SR 5637 (of the Philistines).
rom tesc in tṡódh garb glas-rōd, TBC 2366 (: lōn) = glas-
ródh, St., -ruadh, Eg. (perh. grey-red, russet ). Liben ben
Rudraige in rōidh `of R. the Red', Ériu viii 16.17 (róit, ruaid
20 v.ll.). ? locha as aibni dā ndāil roidh in impetuous outpour (?),
Arch. iii 235 § 22 . ? trí fichid céad ro-thorc | fá róid roimhse
`of lusty strength', Keat. ii 3974 (poem). clanno [leg. clanna]
róda Rudhraidhe, ZCP xiii 11.32 .
Compds. ródbhuindi rói-mer d'uisgi, Acall. 3629 . comrac
25. . . ródghonach treasach `murderous', CF 482 .

2 ród n[o,m.] same as above? occurs in use as subst. in the
following doubtful exx., appar. in sense of stress, conflict or
someth. similar: clicair do seilg in gaeth iarsin ┐ tuargaib rod
mor doib . . . ┐ ro fear sneacta mor doib 'na degaid, IT ii2
30101.27 ( BB 496a40 ). Fiachu fer róid roned cath, Rawl. 139b35 .

3 ród n road see rót.

? ródacht ind .i. cumhdach, ar ar rodacht .i. do cumhdaigh, O'Cl.;
perh. abstracted from some part of ar-utaing.

ródae n iā,f. (abstr. of ród = ruad) redness? ruri anacht tri
35maccu | a surnn tened co rródai, Hy. i 29 (co ruadi, co rrodi
v.ll.,: Gólai). See rúaide.

rodaige (-aide) n io,m. name of some kind of craftsman ? cro fir
saiges a suainemnaib [na teite] (.i. . . . in rodaide no in tallaige)
`builder', Laws v 236.15 ; 238.14 Comm. ; quoted by O'Dav.
40 1492 with gloss .i. in t-allaighe no in roaighe. inti saighes ris
im suainemain, in tallaide no in rodaige `builder', Laws v 300.
19 Comm.

rodam n o,m. a big (full-grown) ox: méit chore rodaim a cauldron
( big enough) for an ox , FB 91 . Fig. of a person: níro ásattar a
45renga rodaim, LU 10157 , cf. ZCP iii 230.27 . ni rodam nad
beír a rói `he is no great champion who does not win his battle',
Ériu ix 49 § 34 .

rodamna n m. (a) an heir-apparent, prince : noco ri cen rodamna
(i.e. a king must have an heir), LL 120 m. sup. = niba ri nach
50rodomna, 270 m. sup. ní fuil mac righ nā rodhamna nā
taísech féine, CF 242 . (b) great (important) subject-matter? i
murbrethaibh ┐ i rodomna (matters which a brehon must
understand), H. 3. 17 c. 656 ( O'Don. 925 ).

rodarc n o,m. also radarc.? d s. oc fegad ar ind radairc for
55cach leith, LU 9824 (omit ar?). rodharc radharc m., IGT Dec.
§ 11.23 . Sight, vision, gen. of the range of vision, not the
faculty of seeing; a view, prospect: is ferr radharc duine
glanfhescor gaimrigh, LL 12a1 . dorairngert C. do Ch. . . . a
rodarcc alla thuaid `all he could see to the north', Trip. 148.10 .
60 búaid clúaisse ┐ buaid rodairc, BDD 49 = buaid rodeirc, ib.
( LU 6893 , 6895 ). co nn-acca in scāth chuci aníar rodarc a
sula as far as his sight could reach , FB 81 . dorécusa uaim
síar rodarc sula, LL 235b9 ( TTr. 1371 ). ni mo nā tar
radharc docuadar they had hardly gone out of sight , Ériu xi
65192.19 . co facatar edh a forcsi ┐ a radairc don muig, CCath.
4964 . decsin radhairc i rreo doirce (a hopeless task), 4397 . Of
the faculty of sight: set rodairc a `set' estimated by sight ,
Laws i 202.29 Comm. , cf. O'Dav. 273 . ar mbein a radhairc
fair after being deprived of his sight , CCath. 2181 . beridh O
70Domnaill radharc fair catches sight of him , AU iii 498.24 . do
breith radhairc ar an tír, FM vi 2256.22 . d'aiseag radhairc a
intinne dhó, TSh. 9269 . ios radharc spéucláire dorcha atá
aguinn anois, 1 Cor. xiii 12 . atá radharc isin faicthi `in the
close there is a belvedere
' (? one can see into the close ), Met.
75Dinds. iv 290.20 . maigen i mbátar secht radairc for cech
leath seven views , Ériu iv 124 § 1 . ro dhirighset radarca a
roscc . . . do saighin a mbidbad, CCath. 5555 .

rodb n o,m. rodhb, IGT Dec. § 67.9 . Some kind of sharp-edged
tool or weapon, an axe (?); see ZCP xxii 35 : amail treagdas
80rodhb omna, TBC 3790 St. = fodb, LL. amail a treghdas
rodhb omna, TBC p. 881 n. 1 . amhail threaghdas rób omna,
ITS xxiv 52.14 . Cf. rodhb f. `a saw', O'R. Fig. a warrior ?
ruidhbh arna ruachtad ┐ mná re gúrlámnad ┐ mílid arna
mochledrad, Acall. 432 (`though saws were being plied', SG ii
85111 ). roidb arna ro-guin, ib. 1700 n. , cf. 2890 n. (ruidb).

rodba adj io,iā. sharp, aggressive? redg robda tar glasmuir `aggress-
Cóir. Anm. 266 = rodba, BB 250a42 (see redg). masat
elta glenna garba | as na [leg. asa?] renna rodba pointed
antlers
(?), LL 265a14 ( MU 22.6 ).