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[EC foirneadh], I scatter, s. ceo 88 7; s. fuil 92 12; s. crannghal 78 34; s. ór 16 12; s. (I release) fear 84 33; s. (I loosen) do ghlas díot 10 30, 63 37, 84 33 ,87 6; s. foraire uait 84 25; do sgaoil (broke down) an cunnradh 31 26; do sgaoileadh dhí, it was let flow 37 17.

Aithdioghluim Dána: A Miscellany of Irish Bardic Poetry, Historical and Religious, including the Historical Poems of the Duanaire in the Yellow Book of Lecan. Vol II, Translations, Notes, Vocabulary. Editor: Lambert McKenna S.J.

I let loose, do s. P. amach é, ‘let him out (of prison),’ 4468; pass. go sgaoiltear deallradh an tsneachta bhíos ’na shúilibh, ‘till the glare of the snow has ceased to affect his eyes,’ 9843; condit. 3122

Trí Bior-Ghaoithe an Bháis: The Three Shafts of Death. Author: Geoffrey Keating. Editor: Osborn Bergin.