David Stifter wrote:
>>> *Doradois Maol Seac[h]lain saor*
>>> *Fergal ō Rūairc is Aodh Bregh*
>>> *i ngeimhil rīgh Rosa Crē*
>>> *a meic Moire dana dé samh*.
>>> doradois – no results as a verb
>> Probably the Mod. Irish verb "daor = enslave; convict, condemn"
> The verb "ráidid" "to speak, tell", or a compound thereof? But it
> shouldn't have the absolute ending after do-.
What I was thinking is:
[Do] d[h]aoradaois = they would enslave / condemn :
Noble Maol Seachlain, Fergal Ó Rúairc and Aodh Breagh would confine
in fetters the king of Ros Cré.
... if this makes sense for the characters named.