Coir Anmann

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  • Cóir Anmann — [koːrʴ anmaN] („Das Richtige von den Namen“, „Eignung von Namen“) ist der Name eines etymologischen Verzeichnisses von Personen und Stammesnamen aus der irischen Geschichte und Mythologie in mittelirischer Sprache.[1] Das Cóir Anmann entstand in… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mac Cécht (warrior) — For the mythological king of the same name, see Mac Cecht Mac Cécht (Early Modern Irish: Mac Céacht) is the patronymic or cognomen ( son of power ) given to one or two warrior champions from Connacht in the Ulster Cycle of early Irish literature …   Wikipedia

  • Furbaide Ferbend — ist der Name eines Sagenhelden aus dem Ulster Zyklus der Keltischen Mythologie. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Mythologie und Etymologie 2 Siehe auch 3 Weblinks 4 Einzelna …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Айлиль Молт — (др. ирл. Ailill Molt, 482), также Айлиль, сын Нат И  Верховный король Ирландии и король Коннахта. Его отец Нат И был сыном Фиахры, брата Ниалла Девяти Заложников, основателя династии Уи Фиахрах, правившей в Коннахте. Многие специалисты… …   Википедия

  • Dáire Doimthech — Dáire Doimthech,[1] alias Dáire Sírchréchtach,[2] son of Sithbolg,[3] was a legendary King of Tara and High King of Ireland, and eponymous ancestor of the proto historical Dáirine and historical Corcu Loígde of Munster. A son of his was Lugaid… …   Wikipedia

  • Conall Cernach — (modern spelling: Conall Cearnach) is a hero of the Ulaidh in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. He is said to have always slept with the head of a Connachtman under his knee. His epithet is normally translated as victorious or triumphant ,… …   Wikipedia

  • Conchobar mac Nessa — For other uses, see Conchobar (disambiguation). Conchobar[1] mac Nessa (son of Ness) was the king of Ulster in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. He ruled from Emain Macha (Navan Fort, near Armagh). Contents 1 Legendary biography 1.1 …   Wikipedia

  • Géde Ollgothach — Géde Ollgothach, son of Ollom Fotla, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland. He succeeded to the throne on the death of his brother Slánoll. His epithet means possessing a great voice , and the… …   Wikipedia

  • Lugaid Laigdech — Lugaid Laigdech, son of Eochu mac Ailella, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland. He helped Dui Ladrach overthrow Airgetmar, and later killed Dui to take the kingship himself. He ruled for seven… …   Wikipedia

  • Lugaid Riab nDerg — ( the red striped ), son of the three findemna , triplet sons of Eochu Feidlech, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland.He was conceived of incest. The night before the three findemna , Bres, Nár… …   Wikipedia

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