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Taebomnai

Postby Fil.F. » 02 Feb 2015, 03:47

What is said about the sides of the oak? The answer is “Taebomnai”.

“Taebomnai, consonants, that is, taebuaim n-ai, side
seam of them ; or to the sides of the oaks they are, X
that is, to the sides of the chieftain wood they are
;
or taebomnai, i.e., cutting of material, from the fact
that material for the words is cut out of them. Why
did he say taeb uaiin n-ui, that is, side harmony of
poetry,.'for...” (Auracept 412)

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