> 'Fé amae!' or in t-ara, 'in fer rolá ár Connacht do tabairt méla fort & ní
> toircéba t'ainm co bráth can a bás nó can a rúacad a fescur.'
. rola looks like 3rd singular past of fo-ceird
. tabairt looks like either verbal noun or past conjunct 2nd or 3rd singular
of do-beir - I'm guessing 'do' is middle Irish perfective, and I could only
make sense of the sentence if I opted for 3rd person
. toirceba seems to be 3rd singular future of do-airci, although I'm far
from certain and I can't quite untangle this bit of the sentence
So I get something like:
'Woe indeed!' said the charioteer, 'the man you would set in front of
Connacht brought shame on you and it will never bring about your fame
without his death or without his routing in the evening.'