>>> (d) An crobhaing or [= ar] chin
> Also, I'm uncomfortable reading "cin" as "cinn".
> My sense (again!) is that even the sloppy scribes were
> fairly careful about double 'll' and 'nn'. Not that I have
> any explanation or theory at all so far for (d) and (e)!
Another problem is that 'chinn' would not give a proper rhyme with 'dil'
and 'dligh', whereas 'chin' would.
Perhaps 'o' here is 'ór' (gold: cf 'crobuing oir' at DIL C 539.81)?
Whatever 'chin' is, do we have it perhaps in the following as well? DIL
C 539. 76: fiú an chrobhaing-sin nochar chin / riú a comaimsir a
ceirdibh. (The source cited is IGT Decl. ex 1222.)