Do-rignius ceinticul de.
Rinne mé praiseach de.
Rinne mé ciseach de.
Another example of the metaphorical use of the pattern
"make an X of Y" is found in "Aided Guill":
"Is litiud meic bic dia scamun dorone in laechsin dít!"
"It is 'porridge of a little boy to his stool' that that
warrior has made of you."
This is Lóeg abusing Cú Chulainn for failing in his first
encounter with Goll. It's clear that CC did not literally
turn into whatever "lit(t)iu meic bic dia scamun" means...
but what DOES it really mean?