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An alleged son of Níall Noígíallach, legendary ancestor of the Cenél Maini who ruled over (southern) Tethbae.
One of the seven Maines, sons of Ailill and Medb in the Ulster Cycle; or one of two or three different characters in the tale of Togail bruidne Da Derga.
In the Ulster Cycle, the seven Maines (na secht Maine) are a collective designation for the seven, or eight, sons of Medb and Ailill, all of whom are named Maine: Maine Máithremail and Maine Aithremail, Maine Míngor and Maine Mórgor, Maine Andóe, Maine Milscothach and/or Maine Mó Epert, and Maine Conda(s)gaib/Cotagaib Uile.
Máel Máedoc Ua Morgair, archbishop of Armagh
Benedictine monastery founded in 1107 as a daughter-house of Niedermünster in Regensburg.
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Hiberno-Latin grammarian
mythological figure in Irish literature, typically associated with the sea