|Tuath-Luimnigh about the noble Sionainn,
Two chiefs are over it on one side.
O'Cadhla and O'Maille the swift,
Beautiful ravens of the two inbhers.
Ui-Aimrit, land of hospitality,
Is hereditary to the sept of the O'Duibhidhirs;
Their acquisition is far over Cliach;
They are a branch in every ford.
O'Cedfadha, of the pure heart,
Is over the cantred of the Caladh;
The sept of Cluain, chosen by Tal,
The beautiful plain of O'Cedfadha.
John O'Donovan (trans.), 1862