> Bása chell mo dind
> bád lem Érend íath
> bruig Temra na tuath
> contuil fedna fíach
bása - I can find this as first singular past or second singular future of
the copula in DIL, but I'm guessing it might be third singular future here
chell - nominative singular of cell 'church'
mo - first singular possessive pronoun
dind - 'hill, place' (as previously)
bád - third singular past copula ?
lem - preposition la + first singular possessive pronoun 'with my'
Érend - accusative/dative of Eriu 'Ireland'
íath - 'land'
bruig - nominative singular 'land'
Temra - genitive singular 'of Tara'
na - genitive plural article
tuath - genitive plural of tuath 'of the petty kingdoms'
contuil - third singular past of con-tuili 'slept'
fedna - nominative plural of fedan 'act of carrying' or 'band, company'
fíach - genitive plural of fiach 'obligation, penalty'
So something like:
My hill will be a church
the land of Ireland was with me
the land of Tara of the petty kingdoms
the companies of obligations slept