Cid maith áine is irnaigthe
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Printed source of this electronic edition
Mitteilungen aus irischen Handschriften, ed. Kuno Meyer, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 7 (1910) 297-312. The text appears on p. 298
Manuscript source of printed text
University College Dublin Ms A9 (Franciscan collection)
Other manuscript versions
The first stanza also appears in Laud 615, p. 138.
- Early Irish.
- The Latin word dixit occurs once.
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