>> "Shall I choose, King of the mysteries,
>> After the delight of downy pillows and music,
>> To go upon the rampart of the sea,
>> Turning my back upon my native land?"
> For the first lines of poems edited by Meyer, see:
> Do you find it there?
Yes, thanks. The line says "In roghso, a Rí na rún".
So, my new two-fold question is.... An Bíobla Naofa gives "rúndiamhara" for
"mysteries" (1 Corantaigh 4:1), and Am Bìoball gives "rùintean-diamhair"
(same verse). When and why did "diamhara / diamhair" get tacked on, and what
is the larger semantic range of "rún" in OI?