verse beg. Fuit co bráth
- Early Irish
- Early Irish poetry, Early Irish lyrics
- Fuit co bráth
- The version from Mac Lesc mac Ladáin aithech, beginning ‘Fuitt co bráth’:
- Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 502 2, ff. 19–89 = Lebar Glinne Dá Locha (?) [1125 x 1150]f. 59v context: Mac Lesc mac Ladáin aithech
- Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1339 (H 2. 18) = Book of Leinster [s. xii2]p. 208a context: Mac Lesc mac Ladáin aithech
- A similar version from Úath Beinne Étair, beginning ‘Fuit, fuid’:
- Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 23 N 10 (967) = Book of Ballycummin [s. xvi]p. 13 context: Úath Beinne Étair
- Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS C iii 2 (1236) [s. xvi]f. 10a context: Úath Beinne Étair
- London, British Library, MS Harley 5280 [s. xvi1]f. 35a–35bbeginning: ‘Fuit fuid’ context: Úath Beinne Étair9 qq. It is the second quatrain that beg. Fuid co brath.
- Early Irish
Poem on the coming of summer, attributed to Finn mac Cumaill. It evokes an image of the season by referring, for instance, to the appearance and behaviour of stags, dogs, salmon and birds such as the cuckoo and the blackbird.
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