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roinnid v parts, divides see rannaid.

roinnide adj io,iā (roinn) divided, parted : mong roinnidi dishevelled ,
CCath. 4028 . scuapfolt roinnidi, 4118 .

roirge n= ro-rige a great stretching, long stride (?): roirge .i. ro-
5rige, H. 3.18, p. 73 ( O'C. 119 ). cichis reím roirge ind rig, RC
x 224 § 16 .

roiscne n io,m. (singulative from rosc?) an eye, eye-sight : cruth nad
roich mo roiscni rinn `the point of my eye', O'Dav. 344 =
Nero A vii 139b ( O'Don. 2201 ). romna roiscne (.i. fordorchad
10indsce), Anecd. v 26.6 .

roiscnech adj o,ā. keen-sighted: in rí ruanaidh roisgneach, Misc.
Hag. Hib. 30.18 .

? roisech (? roisid) adj.: ciabtar triuin a thoisigh . . . ┐
ceibtar roisidh a righ, BB 493a39 ( IT ii2 98 ) = ruirthig,
15 Alex. 572 .

roisid v ī. (a) intrans. wavers, vacillates (Glosses): in all exx. from
Ml. glosses Lat. nutare. pres. 3 s. roissid gl. cuius nutat
(sententia), Ml. 21a6 , cf. 73c10 . (rel.) roisses, 18d21 . cond. 3 s.
no roisfed hires inna foamm[ám]aigthe, 85d10 . 3 pl. no rois-
20fitis , 35c19 . pret. 3 s. ro rois , 84c16 . níro rois (gl. non haesi-
tavit), Wb. 2c28 , cf. Ml. 44a1 . With FRI of pers.: rosis fris
Ailill (i.e. doubted, refused to accept his teaching), Trip. 198.6
= rossís, Lat. Lives 56.1 (= Patricio resistebat). baile i roisfe
do curach `in which thy boat will pause', RC x 86.17 .
25(b) trans. hesitates to give, refuses ? atbert co sgertha righi . . .
forsintí do roisidh [leg. roisedh] a mainc[h]ine for Ciarán,
Arch. iii 226.4 = frissinti ro roissedh, RC xxvi 370 z .
(c) tears, drags, pulls, moves violently : co roisis Dia ┐
Ciaran Delbna ina ndíaidh impelled, urged the D. to pursue
30them
, RC xvii 401.7 (Tig.) = ro ghreis, FM ii 878.11 . gaoth
mor . . . gur ro roisistair coirce Érenn uile pulled up, carried
away
(?), ALC i 266.17 .

roisín n[m.] (< ME rosin) resin: pic ┐ róisin (used for hawsers),
BNnÉ 52 § 44 . i bpic ┐ i roisín, RC xxiii 32.6 . rosin `balm',
35 Eg. Gl. 410 . nách foil róisín . . . a ttír Gáláad, Mac Aingil
397.15 (= resina, Jerem. viii 22 Vulg.).

roisir adj. angry, wrathful : roisir .i. feargach, O'Cl., dodechaid
L. co rosir ┐ co engach . . . fri Pátraic, Trip. 44.15 . am rossir
amal tenid, LL 187a2 . ? rosir quasi risir, a risu .i. ōn gāire,
40 Corm. Y 1109 . See roisre.

roisne n io,m. (singulative from 2 ros) a flax-seed : leni aenroisni,
YBL 174a30 ( SG 71.15 , `a shirt woven of flax grown from one
seed
'). is í dorigni aon-roisni do chor, YBL 174a52 ( SG 71.32 ). léne
óen-ruaissni, Lism.L. xxix 4 .

45 roisre n iā,f. (roisir) anger, wrath; ardour: a s. in esamni no in
roisri , gl. impudentiam, Ml. 25b9 (`angriness', Thes.). rosre
tened, RC xxvi 20 § 41 . sóifid digaire ┐ rosire i mmenmain
cech dune, 42 § 222 (roisire, roṡuiri v.ll.). do chreit do Shicil
ros rersat | rosri tinrem ardour (boldness?) of courses, achieve-
50ments (?), LL 134a18 = Todd Nenn. 236.122 (ros ri). roisire
.i. roi-mheanma arrogance (?), O'Cl.

róiste n(cf. Fr. roche) a rock : róisti .i. carraic isin bérla, ut
est: Róistigh (i.e. the Roches), Ériu xiii 82 § 302 .

róistín n m. a gridiron : lann .i. greideal no roistín, P.O'C. budh
55iomdha arís . . . | ag cloinn ríogh do róisdínibh, TD 16.61 .

roit (ruit) n f. a throw, cast? (path, way?) ruit roit f., IGT Dec.
§ 14.3 . a Gulla Fáil fada in roit | crícha bur nGall do glé-loit,
ib. ex. 681 . ní ḟéchfa céili cnuic Breagh | ruit a léini gu
lingthear, ex. 682 . ? fer trī mbailcbēmend . . . fer trī raiti,
60[fer trī ruti added in marg.], fer trī ramada, TBC² 3348 = fer
tri ruitte sin, fer trí raitti, TBC 5430 (where ruitte may be a
variant of raitte, orig. a gloss, which has been interpolated;
Windisch TBC vocab. suggests derivation from ro-ṡét). ? bir
for engaib roitclesuib, ZCP xiii 276.11 (of a [revolving?] spit;
65 der Bratspiess in seinen . . . Radkunststücken, Thurneysen,
taking as = rothchlesuib). See raite.

? roithen adj. bethu roithen réid, ZCP xiii 28.7 ( YBL 409a20 )
= roithin, LB 261b64 ; bright, radiant (adjectival use of
ruithen)? or calm, serene (cf. roithinech)? Cf. do clēir ro-móir
70ruitin (: tuicsin), Tromdh. Guaire 716 .

roithid v ī. occas. ruithid. Sets in motion, makes run, drives : in
roithiud roithes a laith[e] alaill riam the impulse wherewith the
day impels another before it
, Ml. 42b27 . Pass. subj. pres. rothe-
tar, gl. impelli, 92a16 . fut. pl. roithfiter, gl. contrudentur, 15c18 .
75 Part. roitte, gl. actus, 36d21 . d s m. roitiu, gl. admota, 36b4 .
adrad rig roithes gréin, RC xxiii 316.9 = LL 32a29 . ri ruc
in grein . . . | dia réim ruithess co ro-gnath from the course
whereon he habitually impels it
, SR 7242 . in cuiced criss . . . | mo
rí ruithes tria sirthes, 154 (= stretches out, extends). ? roithfid
80fál (.i. cloch) find fo trí, ZCP xii 238 § 65 (Baile in Scáil).
? cāin cach lūachair lethanglas | noco raithter a bunad,
iv 469.2 (= noco roithear, B. of Hy Maine 211a ), i.e. until it
is uprooted
(?) or leg. nocor ithter until its root is tasted (?). Routs,
puts to flight : ro roth ┐ ra [s]rain [T.] na treinfiru, TTebe 999 .
85 ruititer . . . na Troianaigh . . . on cathraigh, Aen. 2816 . Fig.
slog ro-ghasta rothed goil who used to ply (exercise) valour (?),
Ériu ix 57 § 10 . techta do raith ruitter, ruitter raith fri techta
`techta' are brought into action, employed , Cóic Con. Fug. 21
§ 15 . ruitech .i. inní ruiter and, in crand cam, Eg. 90, f. 15a
( O'Don. 2011 ).