ro sluic an talam fo chétóir an rechtaire . . . co
filett ic predugud [p̅dugud MS.] na cenn [= 'na chenn?] osin alle,
(vengeance overtakes the steward for attempting
to harass the monastery; the pl. vb. may refer to the monks,
so that they make him a text for their sermons ever since, predugud
being a learned formation < Lat. praedicare, cf. pridchad).