Neil McLeod wrote:
> in flaith find-c[h]enn cennach foraind
> the fair-headed lord, [it was] a bargain with us,
Does "cennach foraind" show up anywhere else, or really make sense as
I wonder if there's a slim chance that this could be a one-off
adjective based on "cenn", conditioned by the noun "cennacht", with
"for" used with the sense of rank or rule "over".