rianaigh

IrishEdit

EtymologyEdit

rian (course, path; mark, trace, track; jink; power of movement, vigor; (traditional) genealogy) +‎ -igh

VerbEdit

rianaigh (present analytic rianaíonn, future analytic rianóidh, verbal noun rianú, past participle rianaithe)

  1. to mark out, trace, indent, chart, track
  2. (carpentry) to gauge
  3. (law) to deduce (a title)
  4. (card games) to jink
  5. (biology, evolution) to trace back
  6. (physics) to sweep

ConjugationEdit