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rindad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. rindad or dil.ie/35322

u, m. vn. of 1 rindaid.

(a) cutting, incising : rindad ramud cutting roads , Laws iii 306.7 . Generally of carving, or engraving : batar dealba . . . arna rindadh inte carved , Aen. 1559 (= effigies . . . e cedro, Aeneid vii 177 ). delba loiscenn . . . arna rinnadh co hadhuat[h]mur, CCath. 5326 . dergbocoit co rindud ┐ co mílu óir fair, IT iii 186.4 . cloidheamh . . . co n-iolar naithreach . . . ōir . . . arna rionnadh ann `inlaid', AFM i 92.16 . In follg. exx. seems to mean painting : doníatt a rinnadh forro . . . cu mbi saine gacha datha fora mballaib (of tattooing), Marco P. 119 . co fuath gach anmanna arna rinnadh forro do ilbrechtadh gach datha (of mural paintings), 137 . co fighuir na croiche arna rindad fuirri (of a `meirge' or banner, perh. embroidered ), 62 . (fig.) tri rindad no tria ercad ina menmain by engraving it . . . in his mind , PH 4867 .

(b) satirizing, lampooning : aige fine . . . do rinnad (.i. d'aerad), Laws v 388.3 , 8 ; cf. i 184.17 , 188.12 . rindadh rindibh tengadh, ACL iii 294 § 5 (perh. a play on both senses). rionnadh .i. deargadh, O'Cl.