Vedic Hymns, Part II (SBE46), by Hermann Oldenberg , at sacred-texts.com
1. Agni, bring hither, through the power of thy splendour, powerful wealth which may manifestly prevail over all tribes in the (contests for) booty.
2. O powerful Agni! Bring hither that wealth powerful in battles. For thou art the true, wonderful giver of booty rich in cows.
3. For all men who have spread out the sacrificial grass, unanimously ask thee, the beloved Hotri in the seats (of sacrifice), for many boons.
4. For he who dwells among all tribes, has invested himself with power against assault 1. Agni! In these dwelling-places shine to us richly, O bright one, shine brilliantly, O purifier!
The Rishi is Dyumna Visvakarshani Âtreya (cf. verse 1); the metre is the same.—Verses 1–2 = TS. I, 3, 14, 6–7.
Note 1. Is abhímâti (abhímâtî?) a dative? Should we read abhimâti-saháh (cf. X, 83, 4) as a compound: 'he has been established as the conqueror of assaults.'