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Subject: La/ Fhe/ile Bri/de
From: "dk.seattle" <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 31 Jan 1995 19:13:50 -0800

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In ono/ir an lae, seo an che/ad rann de dha/n o/ re/ na SeanGhaeilge,
aistrithe le P. L. Henry go NuaGhaeilge:
Brigit be/ bithmaith,           Bri/d an bhean shi/ormhaith,
Bre/o o/rde oi/blech,           Bladhm o/rga drithleach,
Donfe/ don bithflaith           Go dtuga si/ chun na bhfaitheas si/orai/ sinn,
In gre/n tind toi/dlech.        An ghrian lonrach dhrilseach.
Seo a bhfuil le ra/ ag Da/ithi/ O/ hO/ga/in faoi Bhri/d Naofa:
"Ta/ baint faoi leith aici le cu/rsai/ gre/ine agus tine.  Ar gha gre/ine
a chrochadh si/ a cochall, agus bhi/odh an chuma ar an teach a
gco/nai/odh si/ ann gur ina lasair a bhi/odh se/."
Agus o/ Phroinsias Mac Cana:
"According to Giraldus Cambrensis she and nineteen of her nuns took turns
in guarding a sacred fire which burned perpetually and was surrounded by
a hedge within which no male might enter."
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