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In LGÉ, builder of Dún Náir, located in Slíab Modoirn west of Slíab Mis, in the time of Érimón mac Míled
Gouenoù See: Goueznou
- supp. fl. c. 6th century
Saint venerated in Brittany. His Latin life is attributed to a Guilllaume who was chaplain to a certain bishop Eudo of Léon.
- supp. fl. 5th century
- Brittany, Landévennec, Cornouaille
Legendary king in Brittany, mentioned as ruling over either Cornouaille or Brittany as a whole.
daughter of Cormac mac Airt
Gralon Meur See: Gradlon
A people in Ireland, variously spelled Crecraige, Creccraige, Grecraige, Gregraige, etc. A number of subgroups are distinguished in the sources, notably the Grecraige around Loch Techet (Lough Gara), another group southeast of the river Moy and a more obscurely attested group in Munster.