CELT document G400023

Deus meus, adiuva me

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     p.52

    Deus meus, adiuva me

    Deus meus

  1. Deus meus, adiuva me
    Tuc dam do sheirc, a meic mo Dé.
    Tuc dam do sheirc, a meic mo Dé.
    Deus meus, adiuva me.
  2. In meum cor, ut sanum sit,
    tuc, a Rí rán, do grád co gribb.
    Tuc, a Rí rán, do grád co gribb
    in meum cor, ut sanum sit.
  3.  p.54
  4. Domine, da quod peto a te
    Tuc, tuc co dían, a grían glan glé —
    Tuc, tuc co dían, a grían glan glé —
    Domine, da quod peto a te
  5. Hanc spero rem et quaero quam,
    do sherc dam sunn, do sherc dam tall,
    do sherc dam sunn, do sherc dam tall,
    hanc spero rem et quaero quam.
  6. Tuum amorem, sicut vis,
    Tuc dam co trén (at-bér do-rís).
    Tuc dam co trén (at-bér do-rís)
    Tuum amorem, sicut vis.
  7. Quaero, postulo, peto a te.
    Mo beith i nim, a meic dil Dé.
    Mo beith i nim, a meic dil Dé,
    quaero, postulo, peto a te.
  8. Domine mi, exaudi me.
    M' ainim rop lán dot grád, a Dé.
    M' ainim rop lán dot grád, a Dé
    Deus meus, adiuva me.

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Title (uniform): Deus meus, adiuva me

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Electronic edition compiled by: Donnchadh Ó Corráin

Funded by: University College, Cork and Professor Marianne McDonald via the CURIA Project.

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2. Second draft, revised and corrected.

Extent: 972 words

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Publisher: CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts: a project of University College, Cork

Address: College Road, Cork, Ireland— http://www.ucc.ie/celt

Date: 1996

Date: 2010

Distributor: CELT online at University College, Cork, Ireland.

CELT document ID: G400023

Availability: The hard copy on which the present electronic edition is based is copyright by Oxford University Press, and is here used by kind permission of the publishers.

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Manuscript sources

  1. Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 1230, p. 101 (olim Leabhar Breac olim 23 P 16, see Catalogue of Irish Manuscripts at the Royal Irish Academy, fasc. 27, 3379). (LB)
  2. Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 967, p. 20 (olim 23 N 10, see Catalogue of Irish Manuscripts at the Royal Irish Academy, fasc. 22, 2769).
  3. Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 1080, p. 138 (olim B iv 2, see Catalogue of Irish Manuscripts at the Royal Irish Academy, fasc. 24, 3021). Author: Máel Isu Úa Brolchán, c. 1086.

Editions

  • Whitley Stokes, On the Calendar of Oengus, Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, Irish Manuscript Series, vol. 1 (Dublin 1880) 185. (LB text).

The edition used in the digital edition

‘Deus Meus’ (1956). In: Early Irish lyrics, eighth to twelfth century‍. Ed. by Gerard Murphy. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp. 52–54.

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  editor 	 = {Gerard Murphy},
  title 	 = {Deus Meus},
  booktitle 	 = {Early Irish lyrics, eighth to twelfth century},
  editor 	 = {Gerard Murphy},
  address 	 = {Oxford},
  publisher 	 = {Clarendon Press},
  date 	 = {1956},
  pages 	 = {52–54}
}

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Creation: By anonymous authors in Irish monastic scriptoria c.1075–1100 (1086?)

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  • The text is in Middle Irish. (ga)
  • Some words are in Latin. (la)

Keywords: poetry; medieval; religious

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  9. 1996-02-05: Creation and insertion of TEI Header for the anthology; revision of structural mark-up. (ed. Donnchadh Ó Corráin)
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  13. 1994: Checking and proofing text. (ed. Aideen O'Leary)
  14. 1994: Proofing and correction of edition. (ed. Patricia Kelly)
  15. 1993: Data capture completed. (ed. Donnchadh Ó Corráin)

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