Sgél ingnadh and so for Maelosdan
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Anecdota from Irish MSS (II), ed. Kuno Meyer, The Gaelic Journal 4, no. 38 (May 1891) 88-89
Manuscript source of printed text
Royal Irish Academy Ms D iv 2, cat. no. 1223, f. 48 v (according to the earlier pagination followed by Meyer, f. 50 b)
- Early Irish.
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