Mad áil dam a rád fri cách co roib co follus in fáth, at iat - re ngarmann can gai- ceithri hanmann in bérlai.
Ticcoladh a Heabra ard, is Moloth a Gréig glé-garg, Legulus a Laidin le, Tinóiltech ara féine.
Gebe bess for a n-iarair, etir dáescair is diamair, is iat sin can time tra anmann binde in bérla.(23)
Were I to desire to say to everyone that the matter was evident, here are - with which they name it without falsehood the four names of the language.
Ticcolath in lofty Hebrew, Moloth in Greek bright and rough, Legulus therewith in Latin, Tinoiltech among its people.
Whoever he be who should be seeking them, whether lowly or obscure, those, indeed, without fear are the tuneful names of the language. (23)