On 20/05/2010 7:38 AM, Dennis King wrote:
> Aig sin mar d[t]âinig in colaim [ ] isin sgêl 7 a craebh 'na bél.
Oh very good! Yes, that cracks it for sure.
> The formula "aig seo X" is common in the later MSS as a way of
> introducing the following text. I can't recall ever seeing "aig sin"
> used that way, but the scribe may have prefered it to point to an
> I still don't know what to make of "di" with the double line over the
> 'i'. "Didiu"? I can't remember how the double suspension was used.
'Didiu' has just the one stroke above the 'd' I think. A double stroke like
the one here is usually for double n. (Whence my 'dinn').