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Etymology 1Edit

From Old Irish réidigedar (to level, smooth), from réid (level, smooth), with -t- taken over from the verbal noun réiteach (earlier réidhteach).

VerbEdit

réitigh (present analytic réitíonn, future analytic réiteoidh, verbal noun réiteach, past participle réitithe)

  1. to level, smooth
  2. to clear
  3. to unravel, disintegrate, free
  4. to adjust, arrange, put in order
  5. to solve, resolve, elucidate
  6. to satisfy
  7. (with le) to settle, agree (with)
  8. (mathematics) to solve
  9. (metallurgy, music) to prepare
  10. (business, of account) to reconcile
  11. (philosophy) to conform
  12. to terraform
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Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

réitigh m

  1. inflection of réiteach:
    1. vocative and genitive singular
    2. nominative and dative plural