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22-08-2020, 22:22   #1
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Grave dedication

Can someone kindly provide an English translation of this dedication.
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22-08-2020, 23:11   #2
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Can someone kindly provide an English translation of this dedication.
I’m translating it literally as

Here’s lies Seamus
A hero or a whistler who would only surrender to the lord

But maybe someone could give it a better meaning than I have.

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'feadair' means 'know'.
It's common in Munster in the negative "Ní fheadair", 'I don't know'.
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