Mael and Mlithe and Admlithe--those are the king of Erin's three jesters.
Mael steered to avoid it, but the tiller broke in his hands.
Mael, to take into consideration the conduct they ought to adopt in the present circumstances and in future eventualities.
For this was Melrose, Mael ros, so the old Celtic goes, "the naked headland in the wood."
We entered the left bay, and landed at Mael, which lies at the mouth of the river Rykaness.
In the morning we prepared for an early return to Mael, as the boatmen were anxious to get back to their barley-fields.
Now we cannot doubt that the venerable Mael has observed these conditions.
And Patrick shaved him; and hence "Mael is like Caplait" is a proverb; for it was together that they believed.
Ciaran leaves him his gospel—that which was recovered from the lake—and his bell, and his bearer Mael Odran.
For thirty-seven years longer the blessed Mael evangelized the pagans of the inner lands.