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déroinn

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n (1 rann) division into two parts: iar nd.¤ a muintire, Hugh Roe 214.7 (fo. 57a) . ro rannta i ndé . . . ar as d.¤ no bhíodh for gach n-aisccidh (sic leg.), 200.3 (fo. 53a) .

1 rann

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Forms: rand, rann, ran, rán, rainn, rain, rainn, rainne, rainn, ranna, rann, rannaib, rainn, roinn, rann, rann, roinn, roinne, ronna, rann

n ā, f. (cf. W. rhan `part') in Mid.Ir. somet. written rand. O.Ir. n s. rann, Wb. 10d18, 14c15, 25c26 ; ran, rán, Wb. 12c13 . a s. rainn, Ml. 63c18 et pass. rain, 24c2 . d s. rainn, Sg. 18b1 . g s. rainne, 26b9 . a du. etar ṅdi rainn , 2b2 ; 74b3 . g du. ó chechtar in da rann, 74b5 ; 75a3 . d du. ó díb rannaib, 75a1 . a p. la ranna , 26b6 . g p. rann, 2b3 , 95a3 . d p. onaib rannaib , 202b3 . In later Mid.Ir. somet. o, m.

During the Mid.Ir. period the a d s. form rainn, freq. written roinn, comes into use as n s. and gradually supplants rann in the sense of part ; rann however persists in early Mod.Ir. (chiefly in the sense of party, side, adherent ), being treated as o, m. roinn f. (g s. roinne, ronna), IGT Dec. § 42.9 . rann (carad) m. § 73 .

Oft. confounded with rind.

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(a) a part (of a whole): rann airegda inna anme, gl. spiritus, Wb. 25c26 . rann do loscud . . . rann aile do airbirt bith, 10d18 . aisneis rainne for tóit, no aisneis tōite for raind (definition of synecdoche), PH 5656 . ro thescc hi i ṅdíb rannu, 7240 . coro deglad a ṅdeich renda [sic] a chorp, 1212 ( LB 191b28 ). ros fodail a thorud i ndíb rendaib déc, IT i 40.12 ( LB 63a17 ). tri renna dogníd don aidchi ┐ cethri huaire cacha raindi, BColm. 104.29 . co ríg sechtmad rainni de Lochlainn of the seventh part , CRR 7 (cf. ríg in sechtmad raind do L., ib. 10 ). co fuilid dā rand fuara and ┐ aon rann te, Rosa Angl. 112.27 (i.e. two-thirds and one-third). intlecht i ndreich sech cech raind above all other parts (of the body ), ACL iii 223.8 .

Of a main part or division of the earth, passing into specific sense of continent: ro rannad in domun i tri rannaib .i. Eoraip. Afraic, Asia, LU 13 . ra roinn i trib rigrannaib . . . Assia, Eoraip iss Affricc, SR 2650 . ní bhfuil aon ríoghacht de thrí ronnaibh an domhain nach raibh sé ann, Eochairsg. 8.17 ; cf. Keat. i 98.20 . tú . . . dod chor i n-iongnadh | ó aos timchill na dtrí rann `celebrated by those who travel the three continents', TD 29.29 ; but cf. saoi na tTri Rand, AFM ii 708.11 (i.e. Ireland, Scotland, and the Isle of Man, O'Don. note). In looser sense: atát péste i n-aroile randaib thair in certain eastern parts , Ériu ii 192 § 3 (rendaib v.l.). do chuaidh B. isin rann siar went westwards , BNnÉ 52 § 43 . tar cethri rannuibh an betha quarters (cardinal points ), RC xxviii 310 z .

In fig. sense: is becc rand áos túate `the laity are of little worth', Mon. Tall. 26 . Cf. the chevilles: óclach . . . maelgorm san treas, ferdha in roinn, Acall. 2002 . angbaid in raind, MR 210.1 .

Of part or section of a book: do réir S. Tomás san dara rann don dara cuid dá Dhiadhacht, TSh. 4955 .

a rainn (= Lat. ex parte), folld. by gen., as regards, on the part of: adib mairb a rainn pecctha dead as regards sin , Wb. 3b6 . a rrainn ind aitrebthado on the part of the possessor , Sg. 198a12 , cf. 204a2 . co techtand bethaid as ind raind is deróile and .i. i rraind a chuirp, ni thechtand as ind raind is uaisle .i. i rraínd a anma, PH 4809 . a rraind a doennachta . . . a rrind a diadachta, 3834 - 5 . ní dlig ni a raind ecaillsi Dé he is entitled to nothing on the part of the church , Ériu i 218 § 4 . do síl Il . . . dó a rraind a máthar on his mother's side , CCath. 107 (a rinn v.l.); cf. AFM vi 1924.4 . brathair dhó eisidhe i rainn a máthar, Hugh Roe 228.20 (f. 61a) . Cluain E. do losccadh ass an raind as mo `for the most part', AFM ii 1070.7 . ni cóir deit immarbáig rim as cách raind on every score , LL 265a24 ( MU 22.21 ).

(b) rann insce a part of speech (= Lat. pars orationis), Sg. 3b15 , 26b6 . folad cach rainne, 26b9 . raind indsce, Auraic. 316 . itat. viii. randa insci and .i. nomen, pronomen , etc., 317 .

(c) a share : ruuc cách a rainn dísin, Ml. 63c18 . oen chóiced ic Feraib Bolg . . . tri cóicid in rand rucsat Fir datta Domnand, LL 127a33 ( MacCarthy 148 § 4 ); cf. coica toirge lasna Déisi. a cuic fichet díb tarthatar raind (i.e. they acquired territory), Ériu iii 140.55 . guala ríogh, roinn a chuilte `the sharing of his bed' (privilege of an ollave), O'Gr. Cat. 475.16 .

Lot, portion : nachan-tecma drochrann an evil lot , Fél. Jan. 10 . nach bhfuil roinn nó oighreacht . . . ag Lébhi, Deuter. x 9 . ní léigthear flaithios faoim roinn does not fall to my lot , Hackett x 19 .

With FRI, participation (communion) with: a banchumal im [ic, do v.l.] raind ris `his maid-servant having dealings with him', Ériu ix 46 § 12 . oircheas roinn ris an ríoghraidh, Studies 1919, 439 § 8 . ionnas nach biadh roinn risin saoghal aige that he might have no dealings (intercourse) with the world , BNnÉ 146 § 4 . do bhríogh nach raibhe rioth ná roinn aca acht ris an saoghal, TSh. 10144 .

(d) the act of sharing, dividing ; oft. of dividing food, esp. meat (hence freq. rendered carving ), oppd. to dáil = dispensing liquor. do raind na mucce, IT i 101.2 . dobretha a cuit . . . tíagait na randairi dia raind, FB 72 ( LU 8968 ). tráth tánic dóib . . . co roind ┐ dáil, FB 90 . ro gabad dáil ┐ raind ┐ fodail i nEmain, TBC-LL¹ 1195 . fer uird rainne butler, dispenser , 134 . roind an aird-rig . . . ag Ua Urain (i.e. office of carver or butler), Hy Maine 86.11 . doroine roinn dia aigedhaibh, ZCP iii 32.28 . batar ... ic roind chruid ┐ sēt, ITS xliv 14 § 381 . in lá do raind i trí, TBC-LL¹ 869 . sanntaigit . . . roind m'etaig aterra (leg. etarru), PH 1416 . fig. cumha Rois Gredha gum roinn rending me , Anecd. i 25 § 3 . i gceart na ronna dorinneadh idir Mhogh N. ┐ Chonn by right of the partition , Keat. iii 3087 . mar shaidhbhreas réna roinn idir a chloinn for dividing among , TSh. 238 . trian gach cíosa . . . dliccid Férna . . . do chuid ronna a third . . . is due to F. as its portion , BNnÉ 259.19 . tug mé dhuit-si cuid ronna ós cionn do dhearbhráithreach, Gen. xlviii 22 ; cf. Isaiah xvii 14 . is í Alba do ráinig mar mhir ronna dó as his share , Keat. ii 5820 . cen rainn without division, entirely : báidid and sin Rí cen raind `it drowns R. completely', Metr. Dinds. iii 456.93 . ro rígad cen raind Fiachu, 460.17 (perh. without opposition , see follg.). beanaid Meic Míleadh Easbáin | gan roinn do tharbha troda | Banbha do chloinn C., TD 28.16 . ba lais Mumha gan roinn ris M. was his alone , Ir. Monthly 1919, 400 , 26 (quoted TD ii 270 ).

(e) passing into sense division, strife : ná beth ria chlaind . . . | cosnam nó raind, Metr. Dinds. iii 410.23 . muime Chuinn no charad raind `who loved strife', iv 266.9 (see note). ? rann isteach tháinig tharsa | sa leath thall don talamh-sa `an invasion has come in upon them', Content. xi 2 (roinn `part' occurs in same stanza; see follg. head).

(f) in the two follg. senses rann is in classical and mod. Irish distinguished from rainn (roinn) `part' and treated as o, m., the plural form rannta (perh. a distinct word) being used in sense partisans .

A party, side (of persons concerned in a controversy, legal transaction, etc.); cf. mairg bale bís ar dā raind (= that is divided against itself?), LL 296b39 ( SG 363.27 ). quinta etas mundi, idon, nóe mbliadna ochtmogad . . . do reir in dā rand (i.e. the Hebrew Masters and the Schoolmen), MacCarthy 278 (a) ( BB 9a41 ). eittirbretha . . . do bheith eidir dā rann (i.e. the men of Breifne and the community of Druim Lethan), BNnÉ 262.15 . do thoil in da rann by agreement of both parties , Hy Maine 162.13 . in tan bis dligthe na rann comdorca (gl. cum sunt partium iura obscura ), H 3.17, c. 603 ( O'D. 848 ). breitheamhnas do dhéanamh idir an dá rann, TSh. 3002 , cf. 6789 . ag a rádh ris an rann eile bheith ar a gcoiméad telling the other party (in a combat) to be on their guard , Keat. i 42.76 .

(g) partisanship, faction, alliance : do bhíodh . . rann cinnte carad ag gach cúigeadh i nÉirinn don leith thall d'fhairrge `a special friendly alliance beyond the sea', Keat. ii 2608 . ni coir don righ taoph do thaphairt . . . re duine bus rann da esccaruit who will side with his enemy , Ériu v 132.65 . gach aon agá mbaoi báidh no rann lé Gallaibh, AFM v 1660.3 . ní ro fháccaibhsiot toíseach . . . nár chuirsiot a n-aonrann coccaidh friu `whom they did not induce to become their confederate of war', 1660.11 , cf. 1770.17 . fear rainn ┐ pairte a partisan , iv 1092.22 . an tí cheanglas rann ris who joins his party , TSh. 7029 . ag denum rainn ┐ comaenta ina adhaigh le slicht mic Feidhlimthe, AU iii 8.18 , cf. 126.23 . do rinne ar námha rann rinn, Ir. Monthly 1930, 590 § 3 . See rannta .

II Sometimes used for 2 rind star, point (esp. in oblique cases where the stem rend- should be used): rith rann ┐ reltann of the constellations and stars , Ériu iii 156.5 . indis . . . duind na hilcenela rann, YBL 84b47 = inna ilceneuil rend, Ériu ii 126.3 . So in: rí na rann, freq. title of Deity in poetry, ZCP v 263 § 8 , 268.11 , BNnÉ 85.20 , 23 . ar sgáth fola Thriaith na rann, Dánfhocail 200 (Bonaventura Ó Heoghusa). Cf. randmas below. ar cara . . . rand 'na láim `in his hand a spear', RC xxix 211 § 2 . ? roinde (v.l. renna) na n-ardchúiced ind-Uisnech rúitt `the points of the great provinces run towards U.', Ériu iv 154.8 (perh. parts ).

Compds. ¤chara: ba ranncara[i]t dhó Mac U. ┐ Ua C. partisans, allies , AFM iv 1048.6 . ¤chobfodlaid a participator, sharer : ranchobfodlaid tristitiae meae (gl. particeps), Ml. 86d5 . ¤chuit part, portion : rannchuid don chroich chēsta, Fl. Earls 10.7 ; 166.22 . fidhair chroiche Crist issin egluiss a rannchuid ro-onoraigh mirbhailigh `in a splendid miraculous position' ( part , niche or chapel?), 182.24 . ¤chuitiugud participation, alliance : co ḟuidbet comlaintes ┐ randchuitiugud maroen fria Muire, LB 232b30 . o ghniomh an teasa . . . ┐ é ag ranncuidiughadh dorcachta (i.e. by the co-operation of heat and darkness), 23 K 42, 171.18 . ¤leth a moiety, share : dlighid . . . roinn-leath toighe na Teamhrach, Content. xxx 24 . ? ¤mas(s): an rí randmais, Anecd. i 63 § 112 : leg. rindmass ( ZCP xi 156.1 , Meyer's emendation) and see II above. ¤páirteach participant: an bhfuilid na heithricedha rannphairteach don loghadh?, Parrth. Anma 109.1 = rannphartach don leaghas-so, Luc. Fid. 62.16 .

rannaid

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Forms: rannam, rantar, rannait, raind, roinne

v ā. (1 rann) also with palatal stem rainn-, roinn-. O.I. indic. pres. sg. pass. with ro: -rornaiter (MS.), Corm. Y § 447 , ZCP xxiv 125 . subj. pr. 1 pl. coro rannam , Wb. 4a16 . subj. pass. pr. s. rantar, Ml. 37d9 . The palatal stem appears early in Mid.Ir. and seems to be used indifferently with rann- or ronn- till Mod.Ir. when roinn- prevails. pres. 3 pl. rannait, SR 4735 . imp. 2 s. raind, 1332 . ? subj. pr. 2 s. roinne, 3348 .

I Trans. divides (into parts): no rannad cech n-ágae cona chlaidiub, TBFr. 126 ( LL 249a47 ). cinnas rainnfither in mucc? IT i 100.3 . bentai hi fossud a mullaich conid ro rand corigi a imlind cleft him , TBC-I¹ 1207 . coro raind a druim dar dó cleft in two , CRR 51 . randaich [leg. rannaid] cach caocad hi cethair he divides every fifty (psalms) into four , Mon. Tall. 31 . sonnach . . . ros rand in n-insi i ndé, RC ix 480.1 ( LU 1728 ). ro randsat a feranda hi cetheora ranna, ZCP viii 314.27 . ro rannad in domun i trí rannaib, LU 13 . rannais Ugaine Éire i gcúig rannaibh fichead, Keat. i 110.66 (do roinn v.l.). i gcúig míribh do ronnadh an chríoch, 106.26 (do roinneadh v.l.). (Fig.) iris náomh nach ronnfa a rún `that will not divide its purpose', Studies 1919, 75 § 18 . ? nir roindedh ara maith[i]us co haimsir a hoidhedha `there was no stint to her goodness', AU ii 516.17 . Parts, separates : rannfuighear an ndá rioghacht, Ezekiel xxxvii 22 . roinnfighear leis gach aon-duine do réir a uilc ┐ a mhaitheasa, Eochairsg. 117.10 (where the subject is a virtual plural).

Cf. no rannad bledmila in mara immi do bressaib na ruadrama súas i n-ardda clethi `he would cleave (?)' (? he would part , i.e. scatter ), RC xiv 402 § 9 ( LL 108a25 ). do roinnseamar sinn budhdhéin | don taoibh aníar do Loch Léin we scattered ourselves , Duan. F. ii 184 § 3 . claideb . . . roindes crú, LU 3826 , prob. belongs to rondid, q.v.

Distributes, apportions : cloch cach ḟir ro raind in fadb who divided the spoil , Metr. Dinds. iv 34.41 . cinnas no roinnfitis chrao ┐ díbad, Ériu i 214.3 . do roinnfeadh go fiall an t-arán, Oss. iv 124.4 .

With FRI of pers., divides with, shares, passing later into sense apportions to, bestows: coro rannam á orpe fri Crist that we may be partakers of Christ's heritage , Wb. 4a16 . roinne ris do ḟlathemnas, SR 3348 but see SR (Greene) 3348 n. roindfid Cormac comgním fri cach óenfer will share (engage in) combat with any single man , BDD 77 ; cf. conrainfet comgnim fri cach triar, 83 , 108 . mac Eogain Taidlig ro raind hErinn ra Cond C., LL 320b29 . roinn do bairgin frisin mbocht, PH 4958 . roinnfidh [Dia] ris gach n-aon do réir a oibre (= reddet unicuique), TSh. 4335 . grádh ribh gin go roinneam, PBocht 4.32 . With DO: roinnidh dóibh an Coimdhe a chuid 'the Lord shares his portion with them', Giolla Brighde 242 § 28 . With omission of obj.: an mhuinntear ré roinnid na hósdóire se to whom these inn-keepers give hospitality , TSh. 3619 . With ETER divides (distributes) between: raind etrut ocus Adam, SR 1332 = roind, LB 111a39 ( MacCarthy 54 y ). ro rannsat étach Ísu eterru, PH 2858 . rannais Noe trí ranna an domhain idir a thrí macaibh, Keat. i 136.75 . rointir in banchuri etorro, FB 63 . rannta Erenn [leg. Ériu] eter Cearmna ┐ Sobairce, MacCarthy 294 y ( BB 12a13 ).

II Intrans.: roinset etorro i tri they separated into three parties , Cog. 30.5 . cathuir . . . isí roinnes réna thigernus that marcheth on (borders on) his lordship , Maund. 182 .

See also rannad and rannta .

1 rannta , rainnte

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iō,iā. (part. of rannaid) divided; separate : co tarla 'na gabtib rointi im thalmain in pieces, fragments , TBC-LL¹ 1027 = ina aighedaibh mionrointi, St. co ndergeni dá gabait rainti, 1919 . gach ríoghachd a tá roinnte na aghaigh féin divided against itself , Matthew xii 25 . mo chroidhe ronnta ar a rannaibh, Hackett xliv 7 (: bronnta).

2 rannta

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adj (orig. same as 1 rannta ?) belonging to a side or party; partisan, confederate; used in pl. and in mod. Ir. regarded as pl. of 1 rann ` part ' (see 1 rann f, g). cruinnighid a rannta da gach leith iad féin their supporters on both sides , Keat. ii 3005 . dorinne rannta ┐ caraid dó féin, 4359 . ag déanamh rannta ┐ carad, iii 839 . a rannta coccaidh `his military confederates', AFM v 1632.12 . drong dia ranntaibh coiccriche, vi 2290.3 . do scaradh a rannta , Ó Bruad. iii 14 x .

sparr, sparra, spairre

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Forms: sbarr, sparra, sbairr

n (ON sparri, Ling. Val. Ir. Ann. 123 . Or from Mid.Eng.?). sbarr m., IGT Decl. § 96 (130.6) . sparra (sbairre, v.l.) m., § 2 (39.21) . sbairr m. and f., § 45 .

(a) spar, beam, rafter : techit iarom C. ┐ L. for sparrib na tigi, LU 8763 ( FB 57 ). troisdi imlebra . . . ┐ spairri sit[h]remra taibh re taibh `spars' (building of rafts), CCath. 2624 . Teamhair thiar is treabh gan sbairr a dwelling without rafters (or to (c)?), IGT Decl. ex. 1248 . Of a bar of gold: sparra órdha Ophir `the golden wedge of O.', Isaiah xiii 12 . Cf. Eg. Gl. 557 .

(b) stake, spike, nail : do chuir sbair mor reamhur trithi nail (of Christ's hand), Smaointe B. Chr. 4030 . mo ghéaga air spara ins an daor-chrois treasna `nailed sideways', O'Rah. (1900) li 87 . do leanbh dhil a sparra cruise, (1900) lii 6 (perh. to (a) supra). Of the bars or spikes of a city gate: a cholann dochím . . . | rannta ar sparraibh a nÁth Cliath (sparra, v.l.), LBranach 4024 (see note). ceathra boill . . . | dá gcomhroinn ar cheithre spairr, 4048 . boill . . . an laoich . . . | roinnte ar sparra chruaidhbheann chlach, 4060 . go raibh a gcroidhe sa gcinn ar sparra aca `impaled on the city gates', Ó Bruad. iii 102.2 .

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(c) gate of a town or city; fortification : i ndorus spairri na Gaillmhe `military gate', AFM vi 2008.22 . do radadh crech cuicce o Spairre an bhaile mhóir `from the very gate', 2142.8 (see note). ó Sparr Átha Deiridh, L. Cl. A. B. 43.28 . anaid ar cúlaibh crand sean | ar sbarr dúnaidh fa dereadh, IGT Decl. ex. 1714 . ní théid cridhe dúinte dall | tar sbarr chúirte nimhe anunn past the gate of the court of heaven, IGT Decl. ex. 1715 . Samson . . . do bhi maille forbhfailti fa sbarraibh duinte ag Gazenses, ITS xxix 154.28 . tríd gach sparra, Ó Bruad. iii 110.15 .

Cf. spairr, sparrad.