rímid

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Old Irish[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

rím (number) +‎ -id, from Proto-Celtic *rīmā- (number).

Verb[edit]

rímid (verbal noun rím)

  1. counts, reckons, estimates
  2. imputes
  3. (poetry) counts (syllables in verse), composes
  4. recounts, relates (later sense)
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Etymology 2[edit]

rímid +‎ -id

Noun[edit]

rímid m

  1. counter, computer