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The Metrical Dindshenchas (Author: [unknown])
DRUIM SUAMAIG II
- Here on his hillside is the grave of Suamach son of Samguba, skilled in liberal arts: he died of a sudden on his hill, not by battle, but of grief for Cormac.
- When valiant Suamach came, following his brave nursling, he died on his hillside, without feat of arms, when he beheld the Hall.
- The Hill of Tears was its name at the first (I will tell you its noble secret) when the comely Dagda was there, mourning for Cermait.
- This was its name yonder in the time of the Tuatha Dé Danann: but Druim Suamach, from that first grave, shall be its name in all men's mouths till the very Doomsday.