Vedic Hymns, Part II (SBE46), by Hermann Oldenberg , at sacred-texts.com
1. I thy indigent 1 worshipper say much to thee, O Agni, dwelling in thy protection as (in the protection) of a great impeller 2.
2. Away even from the libation of a rich man who is feeble, who is a niggard, who never comes forward and does not care for the gods.
3. The mortal (who worships thee?), O priest, is brilliant, great, most powerful in heaven. May we, O Agni, addicted to thee, be always foremost.
The same Rishi. Metre, Ushnih.—Verse 1 = SV. I, 97.
Note 1. On arí, see Bergaigne, Religion Védique, II, 218.
Note 2. Or, 'of the great impeller'—the Sun-god who impels or stimulates his horses? Comp. VI, 6, 6?