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rinc ‎(present analytic rinceann, future analytic rincfidh, verbal noun rince, past participle rincthe)

  1. to dance
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Etymology 2Edit

From English rink.

NounEdit

rinc f ‎(genitive singular rince, nominative plural rinceanna)

  1. (sports) rink
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Old EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *rankiz ‎(upright man), from Proto-Germanic *rankaz ‎(straight, upright). Cognate with Old Saxon rink, Old Norse rekkr.

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rinc m

  1. (poetic) man, warrior

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