Hymn I. (Griffith translation)
114 hymns devoted to Sóma Pávamāna, "Purifying Soma"
mix of hymns created in different epochs, some of them possibly oldest in RgVeda dating to Proto-Indo-Iranian times (before the split, 3000-2000 BC)
In sweetest and most gladdening stream flow pure, O Soma, on thy way, pressed out for Indra, for his drink.
Flow onward with thy juice unto the banquet of the Mighty Gods: Flow hither for our strength and fame.
By means of this eternal fleece may Sūrya's Daughter purify Thy Soma that is foaming forth.
Ten sister maids of slender form seize him within the press and hold Him firmly on the final day.
The virgins send him forth: they blow the the skin musician-like and fuse the triple foe-repelling meath.
Inviolable milch-kine round about him blend for Indra's drink, The fresh young Soma with their milk.