CELT document G402146

Aithin mé dot oide a Eoin

Tadhg Óg Ó hUiginn

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  1.  131Aithin mé dot oide a Eoin
    mór baoghal breithe Mícheoil
    ní bheith gan eire m'aithne
    do bhreith meidhe an mheasraighthe.
  2. Mór a fhearg ní hiongnadh dhó
    do chaithfinn m'aithne d'Iosa
    gan fhior sgeóil éigin as m'ucht
    a Eoin ní héidir mh' fhurtocht.
  3. Déana dot oide ar n-aithne
    gabh chugat mo chomairche
    a Eoin Bruinne bí ar mo chuid
    ní as uille ná mar iarrmuid.
  4. Dul don tigh i dtá t'aithne
    agus méad mo mhearaighthe
    ní fhéadfainn a Eoin Bruinne
    gan réaltainn eoil aguinne.
  5. Ceannnach an nighei-sin ar nimh
    tabhair oram ar éigin
    ná heirg i gceann áise a Eoin
    gá fearr m'áis-se ná m'aindeoin.
  6. Ná tí díot gidh deacair sin
    m'fhulang gan iris creidimh
    ná tí dot oide a easbail
    ní as fhaide iná ar fhuilngeasdair.
  7. Tighearna tighe nimhe
    i n-éaruic a oirbhire
    dá rabh im aghaidh a Eoin
    labhair dhamh ris an Doirseoir.
  8. An t-asbal do áirimh mé
    do mhuinntir Meic na hóighe
    is an lucht fhuil gan áireamh
    cuir as t'ucht dom fhuráileamh.
  9. Tú easbal do b'annsa leis
    a-táthair ort 'gá aithris
    acht gér ionmhuin gach easbal
    'n-a iomdhaidh rod aileasdar.
  10. Seach na heasbalaibh eile
    do bhí t'onóir d'áiridhe
    do leigeadh sé a rún rut-sa
    a ghlún do b'é th'adhart-sa.
  11. Gur bh'é Iobhas as fhear braith
    duid do innis an t-Ard-fhlaith
    ní uime mar gach n'asbal
    Rí an chruinne do chanasdar.
  12. Is é so comhrádh do chan
    uan Muire i measg na n-easbal
    cionnus libh dá mbeath dom brath
    neach is tigh ar mo theaghlach.
  13. Rí na ndúl a-dubhairt ruibh
    nach biadh acht éan-lá eadruibh
    dia Céad-aoin re n-a chrochadh
    do éagaoin Dia an dealochadh.
  14. Eigin dó dealoghadh ruibh
    deacair lat gan a leanmhuin
    níor dhocra lat iná lais
    a mhac ochta 'n-a éagmhais.
  15. Tú do lean fa dheireadh dhe
    tú fhuair Iosa a Eoin Bruinne
    gan acht éan-ógh ré aghaidh
    ar n-éalódh dá easbalaibh.
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  17. A héisdeacht níor fhulang lat
    guth na hóighe ré héan-mhac
    an truagh lat ar Moire mé
    gan mhac oile dot éis-se.
  18. Mac ar seathar leath ar leath
    dán hainm Eoin ar Dia dúileach
    beir lat a Mhoire an mac-sa
    mar mhac oile im ionad-sa.
  19. Dá adhbhar a Eoin Bruinne
    nar bh' iongabhtha aguinne
    tú it sheise dhéidheanach dhí
    d'éin-fheadhach meise is Muire.
  20. Cúig chéadfhadha mo cholla
    a-tú i n-éigin eatorra
    a éan coluim ar cheannsa
    féagh oruinn san éigean-sa.
    Aithin.

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Title (uniform): Aithin mé dot oide a Eoin

Author: Tadhg Óg Ó hUiginn

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Electronic edition compiled and proof-read by: Beatrix Färber and Mairéd Carey

Funded by: The HEA via the LDT Project and School of History, University College Cork

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1. First draft.

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Date: 2014

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

CELT document ID: G402146

Availability: Available with prior consent of the CELT programme for purposes of academic research and teaching only. CELT would like to thank the Irish Province of the Society of Jesus for granting permission to reproduce this work in electronic form.

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Manuscript sources

  1. Dublin, Trinity College Library, 1318, (alias H. 2. 16 alias Yellow Book of Lecan); an Duanaire; see Abbott and Gwynn, Catalogue of Irish Manuscripts in Trinity College Library (Dublin 1921). Digital images and the description from Abbott and Gwynn are available on http://www.isos.dias.ie.
  2. Brussels, Bibl. royale 20,978-9, dated 1616–1618.
  3. Castlerea (Co. Roscommon), Clonalis House, Book of the O'Conor Don, c. 1631. Digital images and a description of the MS are available on http://www.isos.dias.ie.
  4. Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland, Advocates 72 2 14. Digital images and a description of the MS are available on http://www.isos.dias.ie.

Literature etc.

  1. Pádraig Ó Macháin (ed), The Book of the O'Conor Don (Dublin: DIAS 2010).
  2. This poem is listed in the Irish Bardic Poetry Database (see http://bardic.celt.dias.ie/main.html) and dated early to mid-15th century.
  3. An English translation is available in Dá Dé, 69–70.

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‘Aithin mé dot oide a Eoin’ (1940). In: Dán Dé‍. Ed. by Lambert McKenna. Dublin: The Educational Company of Ireland, pp. 1–2.

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Creation: Poem by Tadhg Óg Ó hUiginn, an Irish bardic poet, who died in 1448; the Duanaire was written in 1473 by 'Scanlan, son of Maolmhuire Ó Maolchonaire'. c.1400–1448

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Keywords: bardic; poetry; religious; 15c

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  1. 2014-11-04: Files proofed (2). (ed. Máiread Carey)
  2. 2014-10-31: File parsed and validated; SGML and HTML files created. (ed. Beatrix Färber)
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  4. 2014-10-01: Text re-coded for poetry, with verses and metrical lines; mid-dot eliminated; page-breaks added; supplied text encoded; more proofing. (ed. Beatrix Färber)
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  6. 2006: File proof-read (1). (ed. Hilary Lavelle, LDT Project, University of Ulster at Coleraine)
  7. 2006: Text scanned, as part of Dán Dé; basic XML prose markup applied. (Text capture Data capture company)

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