in LGÉ, a druid who together with Lámfhind and Alloith, leads the Goidíl on a voyage that will ultimately bring them to Ireland; e.g. protects them from the alluring voice of a siren in the Caspian Sea and prophesies the arrival in Ireland after several generations. He is identified as a son of Éber Echrúad and father of Mantán.
in LGÉ, son of Ercaid (or mac Erchada ‘son of Ercha’?), a descendant of Caicher the druid; like the latter, he is identified as the father of someone named Mantán; hence, grandfather of a third Caicher
in some versions of LGÉ, a third Caicher in the line of descent from Caicher the druid; son of Mantán
in LGÉ, son of Nama (Náma) mac Echach Gairb; father of Uillend Fáebarderg
A female seer of hideous appearance in Togail bruidne Da Derga.
Caillín or Caillén mac Niataig, patron saint of Fidnacha (Fenagh, Co. Leitrim)
also Caimmíne or Mo Chammóc, patron saint of Inis Celtra (Holy Island in Lough Derg). His feastday is usually given as 24 March.
A son of Finn mac Cumaill
In the Acallam na senórach, a descendant of Eógan Mór and hence of Ailill Ólomm.
Cainnech moccu Dalonn, patron saint of Achad Bó Chainnig (Aghaboe, Co. Laois) and Cell Chainnig (Kilkenny)