adv., later also romainn, pronominal form of prep.
ré n- + first pers. pl. =
before us, later used without pronominal significance as adv.
referring to a statement already made in a work): breth .i.
fuidell . . . ar rosfuc nach aile remand in ṁbreth
some one else
has already passed the judgement
Corm. Y 109
. oc aisneis don
taidbsin dia n-ecid remaind ina soscela
telling of the appearance
which he had previously reported in his gospel
tinnscedal in ríghflaithiusa Romhanta ba saine modh leis ┐
lasna hardflaithiusaibh romhaind
the beginning of the royal
Roman dominion differed from that of the principalities already
isna haithentaibh-si romainn,
Ó Héodhusa 173.10
: dorinne C. na rainn-se romhainn
the following stanzas
Keat. ii 5751
. is é do chuir na catha-so romhainn, mar atá Cath Luachra, etc.,
. See 6 ré I (c),