ríomh

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See also: ríomh-

Irish[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Old Irish rím (counting, enumerating; number; telling, relating), from Proto-Celtic *rīmā (number) (compare Welsh rhif).

Noun[edit]

ríomh m (genitive singular as substantive ríomha, genitive as verbal noun ríofa, nominative plural ríomhanna)

  1. verbal noun of ríomh
  2. enumeration; calculation, computation
    Synonyms: áireamh, comhaireamh
  3. narration
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As verbal noun
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Old Irish rímid (count; impute), from rím, from Proto-Celtic *rīmā.

Verb[edit]

ríomh (present analytic ríomhann, future analytic ríomhfaidh, verbal noun ríomh, past participle ríofa)

  1. (transitive) count, enumerate
  2. (transitive, mathematics) find, reckon, calculate
    Synonym: áirigh
  3. (transitive, computing) compute
  4. (transitive) recount, narrate
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