roie

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See also: roie-

Estonian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Finnic [Term?]. Cognate to Votic roittu (trash), Ingrian roitto (trash) and Livvi roitto (guts, innard, insides of a dead animal).

Noun[edit]

roie (genitive roide, partitive roiet)

  1. (anatomy) rib
    Synonym: ribi (somewhat colloquial)

Declension[edit]


Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish reithid, from Proto-Celtic *reteti, from Proto-Indo-European *Hret-.

Verb[edit]

roie (past participle roit)

  1. to run, race, scurry, bolt, dart
  2. to run (metaphor)
    Ta ny sleityn roie shiar as sheear.The mountains run from east to west.
  3. to burst
  4. to flow
    Ta'n awin roie stiagh 'sy logh.The river empties into the lake.
  5. to slip
  6. to smuggle

Derived terms[edit]

Noun 1[edit]

roie m (genitive singular roie, plural roiaghyn)

  1. verbal noun of roie
  2. running, sprinting, charging (as animals, humans), flying
  3. (military) full retreat
  4. smuggling
  5. flowing

Noun 2[edit]

roie m (genitive singular roie, plural roieyn)

  1. verbal noun of roie
  2. run

Adjective[edit]

roie

  1. shooting (as pain)
  2. cursive
  3. draught (ale)