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Poems in the Codex S. Pauli.


1. Aed oll fri anduda nane · Aed fonn fri fuiltedb féle
  in deil delgnaidec as choemem · di dindgnaib Roerennd rede.
2. In chlí comras cond credail · ollmas fu thocaid tugaib
  du farclu sech cach ndíne · di Moisten míne mrugaib.
3. Mac Diarmata dil damsa · cid iarfachta ni insa
  a molad maissiu máenib · lúaidfidir láedib limmsae.
4. Inmain nainm nítat nuabla · Aeda nad airdlig dígna
  in cruth glan clú nad chlithe · dian duthoigf Liphe lígda.
5. Aue Muiredaich centhaing · all togu fri orddain úallann
  aue ni fríth nach ammailh · na ríg di chlandaib Cualann.
6. Ind flaith issed a orbbae · cach maith do dé no arddaei
  in gas fine cen dídail · di rígaib massaib Marggae.
7. Is bun cruinn mair miad soerda · fri báig is búnad prímda
  is gasne arggait arddbrig · di chlaind chéit rig ceit rignæ.
8. Oc cormaim gaibtir dúana · drengaitir dreppak dáenal
  arbeittet bairtni bindi · tri laith linni ainm nAeda.

Aed oll.   

1. Aed great at kindling of brilliance. Aed joyous at increase of hospitality:
  the … rod that is dearest of the heights (chieftains) of level Roeriu.
2. The mighty balk … great (and) good under roofs of fortune,
  to be chosen beyond any generation of the marches of smooth Moistiu.
3. Son of Diarmait dear to me, though it be to be asked, it is easy,
  his praise is more beautiful than treasures, it will be sung in lays by me.
4. Beloved the name—they are no new fames—of Aed who deserves not reproach:
  the pure form—renown that is not hidden—to whom lovely Liffey belongs.
5. Descendant of Muredach at every time, rock of choice for noble dignity:
  a descendant—no evil person was found, of the kings of the clans of Cualu.
6. The lordship, this is his heritage, every good to him of gods or ungods:
  the scion of a family without reproachm, of the handsome kings of Marg.
7. He is the bole of a great tree—noble dignity: for battle he is a pre-eminent stock:
  he is the sapling of silver—high worth—of the children of a hundred kings, of a hundred queens.
8. At ale poems are chanted: fine (genealogical) ladders are climbed:
  melodious bardisms modulate through pools of liquor the name of Aed.

a: cf. andud indbais Ann. Ul. 920 b: = fo-lethad, cf. Laws vi. 393 c: cf. LU. 133 l. 4, Salt. Rann. 760, 845 d: leg. Roeren e: luaithfe moltu Hy. vi. 17 f: i.e. diand duthoig, dianid duthoig g: leg. cech thain which is translated h: ammail from am-bail i: leg. anddae, which is translated, and cf. bennacht dé ⁊ ande fort LU. 77a40, and the Vedic adeva ‘Nichtgott in der Verbindung: Gott und Nichtgott,’ Grassmann k: cf. dreppa óir Imr. Brain 40, Mod. Ir. dreapaim, dreapaire l: cf. Abrait duib dáin LU. 55b1 m: cf. conécsem cen didail do gnímaib síl Eogain LL. 182a24