An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Nion (ogham)"

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==Bríatharogam==
bágIs maiseiad -a "boastleanas ofna beauty"nathanna meafaracha in(''kennings'') thed'ainm Wordna Oghamlitreach ofsa ''Culainn''.[[Bríatharogam|Bhriatharogham]]:<ref>[[Auraicept na n-Éces]] Calder, George, Edinburgh, John Grant (1917), reprint Four Courts Press (1995), {{ISBN|1-85182-181-3}}</ref>
''In the medieval kennings, called ''[[Bríatharogam]]'' or ''Word Ogham'' the verses associated with ''Nin'' are:
 
* ''costud síde -'' "establishing of peace" ini the Word Ogham ofmBriatharogham ''Morann mic Moín''
* ''bág<ref>[http://dil.ie/5152 bág] ar eDIL</ref> ban'' (maíomh ban) i mBriatharogham ''Mac ind Óc''
 
* ''bág maise'' (maíomh maise/áille) i mBriatharogham ''Culainn''.
bág ban - "boast of women" in the Word Ogham of ''Mac ind Óc''
 
bág maise - "boast of beauty" in the Word Ogham of ''Culainn''.<ref>[[Auraicept na n-Éces]] Calder, George, Edinburgh, John Grant (1917), reprint Four Courts Press (1995), {{ISBN|1-85182-181-3}}</ref>
 
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