Issat áilsiu damsa ocus bidat áil hi céin bat béo.

Issat áilsiu damsa ocus bidat áil hi céin bat béo.

(you are * desirable * for-me * and * you will be * desirable * in * length of time * you might be * alive)

You are indeed dear to me and you will be dear to me as long as you live.

Spoken by Cú Chulainn to his wife, Emer, in Serglige Con Culainn when she questions his devotion.

Note: two words, "áil" and "dam" have suffixed emphatic particles, giving "áilsiu" and "damsa", which means that their meaning is stressed.