Is ann do-rigni a leiges i Tuaim n-Drecain a comrac na tri sráited eter
na tri suad .i. suí féinechais + suí filideacht + suí léiginn.
"It is there he did his medical treatment, in Tuaim Dregen where the 3 roads
meet (that run) between the houses of the 3 wise-men .ie. the sage of law,
the sage of poetry, and the sage of reading.
'do-rigni' is the 3rd person singular, perfect active and seems to be
in form to 'dorignedh'.
'tuaim ndregan' I take to be a place name meaning something like 'Dragons
I am unsure of what the 'a' before 'comrac' is, I'm assuming that it is some
sort of conjunction.