Rath



[reyth] /reɪð/

adjective
1.
Archaic. growing, blooming, or ripening early in the year or season.
/raθ/
noun
1.
(Irish history) a circular enclosure surrounded by an earthen wall: used as a dwelling and stronghold in former times
/reɪð/
adjective (archaic or literary)
1.
blossoming or ripening early in the season
2.
eager or prompt

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