lenore fischer wrote:
> 14. Ar in tres laithe ō sin sūas,
> lór a lúas, ráinic a f˙ios,
> dob ē an t-aithiusc gusmhor garg
> dochūal*a* Tadg sin ‘ga lioss.
> Ar: conjunction, for, because
"ar" = preposition "on"
> in tres; the battle, nominative form?
= the third
> laithe, form of la, or day
> o sin suas, from then up [to now]?
> lor a luas, ample the speed?
Yes. Basically, it's a cheville.
> rainic a fhios - came to know, or perhaps to be known, (but by whom?)
= arrived its knowledge = the information/news arrived
> dob e - I think this must mean 'it was'
> an t-aithiusc -- couldn't find this in e-dil at all
= aitheasc = answer, reply; announcement, news; address, homily
> gusmhor garg -- mighty and rough
> do-chuala Tadge sin -- Tadg heard this
> 'ga lioss -- in his home (I take it this is referring to the lioss,
> space inside a ringfort).