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Sanas CormaicB = Leabhar Breac, pp. 263–72
Sanas CormaicH¹a = H.2.15b, pp. 13–39 [89–115]
Sanas CormaicH¹b = H.2.15b, pp. 77–102 [153–178]
Sanas CormaicK = Killiney MS A 12, pp. 1–40
Sanas CormaicL = Book of Leinster, p. 179
Sanas CormaicLa = Laud 610, fols. 79r–80v, 83r–86r
Sanas CormaicM = Book of Uí Maine, fols. 177r–84ra [119r–126ra]
Sanas CormaicY = Yellow Book of Lecan, cols. 3–88
Dúil Dromma Cetta = H.3.18, pp. 63–75
Dúil Dromma Cetta = H.3.18, pp. 633a–638b
Dúil Dromma Cetta = Egerton 1782, fol. 15
Dúil Dromma CettaD⁴ = H.1.13, pp. 361–2
O'Mulconry's GlossaryOM¹ = Yellow Book of Lecan, cols. 88–122
O'Mulconry's GlossaryOM² = H.2.15b, pp. 41–2 [118–9]
O'Mulconry's GlossaryOM³ = H.2.15b, pp. 102–4 [178–80]
O'Mulconry's GlossaryOM⁴ = Killiney MS A 12, pp. 41–42
LomanLoman = H.3.18, pp. 76a–79c
IrsanIrsan = H.3.18, pp. 79c–83b