rheynn

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Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Irish roinded, rannaid (parts, separates; distributes, apportions) (compare Irish and Scottish Gaelic roinn), from Old Irish rann (part) (compare Irish and Scottish Gaelic rann), from Proto-Celtic *(φ?)rannā- (compare Welsh rhan (part)).

Verb[edit]

rheynn (verbal noun rheynn, past participle rheynnit)

  1. divide, distribute, dispense, share, break up
  2. classify, class
  3. graduate
  4. resolve

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Noun[edit]

rheynn f (genitive rheynn, plural rheynnyn)

  1. Verbal noun of rheynn.
  2. division, portion, section, partition, parcel of land
  3. ration, quota, allocation
  4. department, bureau, precinct
  5. (geography) mountain ridge
  6. compartment
  7. segmentation
  8. distribution
  9. dissection
  10. resolution

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