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Moríath ... ingen ríg mhara Grég See: Móriath [ingen ríg mhara Grég]
In the Acallam na senórach, a daughter to the ‘king of (the Sea of) the Greeks’, who gave Finn a magnificent drinking-horn called the Angalach; in one version of the text, listed as his wife.
- 1693 (Quimper)–1750
Dom Pierre-Hyacinthe Morice de Beaubois, or in short Dom Morice, was a Benedictine historian and a member of the Maurists.
Morna, father of Goll and founder of the Clann Morna; said in Macgnímartha Finn to be a son of Eochu Find, son of Coirpre Galach, son of Muiredach.
Mórrígan See: The Morrígan
deity or supernatural figure in medieval Irish literature, frequently associated with war and destruction; she sometimes appears as part of a triad with Macha and the Badb; also associated with Nemain.
Morrígu See: The Morrígan
Welsh poet who wrote in English, great-grandson of his better known namesake.
Welsh scholar and land surveyor. He and his brother Richard founded the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion.
Welsh antiquary, brother of Lewis, William and John Morris, and founder of the Cymmrodorion Society.
- fl. 1590
- Coed Talwrn
Humanist scholar and collector and copier of manuscripts.
Welsh antiquary and botanist, brother of Lewis, Richard and John Morris.
English official, traveller and travel writer born in Lincolnshire, who is best known for his Itenerary (1617),a multi-volume work in which he offers descriptions of and observations on the many lands he visited abroad. This includes an account of his experiences in Ireland, where he had been secretary to Lord Mountjoy, the Lord Deputy of Ireland.