“Rotoll cluasa gairm co fraig, Dagdha in lorca litenaigh.
Atbelad tria rindib rus, munbad mac in Og Aongus.”
"The call pierces the ear entirely of Dagda of the porridge-stick.
The blushing he made dissapears but for Aengus Mac ind Óg."
This refers to the tale where Cridenbél threatens the Dagda with satire in
order to obtain food from him. The Dagda retaliates by embedding gold in the
food he gives the satirist which results in his death by choking.