Liz Gabay wrote:
>>> 11. Adubairt Murchadh mac Broin:
>>> ‘A mic Līag ō thoigh na ttrīath,
>>> Tadg ō Ceallaigh, gid cēim nirt,
>>> nī lēigfind fēin leis mo scīath’.
>> Murchadh mac Broin said:
>> "O Mac Líag from the house of the princes,
>> Tadhg Ó Ceallaigh, although (he/it be) a degree of strength,
>> I myself would not leave my shield with him."
> What does it mean to 'leave my shield with him?
Leave it, involuntarily, to Tadhg as a trophy of battle, i.e. be
defeated or killed?