Bid inund techt nó anad dún céin no·mbeo-sa.

Bid inund techt nó anad dún céin no·mbeo-sa.

(will-be * equal * going * or * staying * for us * as long as * I may live)

You may come and go as you wish, as long as I live.

In the tale "Orgain Denna Ríg", Scoriath welcomes Labraid Móen and his retinue with the traditional words "Fo chen dúib!" He then expands his welcome by making it entirely open-ended: they should feel free to come and go whenever they wish. Compare "Is ferr for tormach oldás for ndígbál!"