Conall Cearnach
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", although it is an obscure word, and some texts struggle to explain it. Alternative meanings include "angular, having corners", "swollen", or "possessing a dish or receptacle".

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Conall Cernach - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 ...
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The Sorrowing of Conall Cearnach | Slightly Doolally
The tale centres around a castle on the north coast of Ireland near the giant's causeway called Dunseverick and the lord of that castle one Conall Cearnach of  ...
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Conall Cearnach - The Magennis Castle
A description of Conall Cearnach, chief of the Red Branch Knights of Ulster in the 1st century A.D. and the descent of the Magennis/Mc Guinness and ...
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Conall Cearnach : Brewer's Dictionary of Irish Phrase & Fable ...
Conall Cearnach (Irish, 'Conall of the victories'). Source: Brewer's Dictionary of Irish Phrase & Fable; Author(s): Sean McMahon, Jo O'Donoghue.
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Conall - Meaning of Name Conall - Pronounce Conall Irish Boy Name
In legend Conall Cearnach (“”Conall the Victorious”"), one of the mightiest warrior heros in the Red Branch Knights, the forerunners of the Knights of the Round ...
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CONALL CEARNACH - Irish Folk Tradition
Mythical warrior in the Ulster Cycle. The name Conall derives from a Celtic ' Cunovalos', meaning 'strong like a wolf, and in origin this character seems to have ...
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Conall Cearnach - Mythology Dictionary
Conall Cearnach Mythology - A warrior of Ulster. One of the 12 champions of the Red Branch. Son of Finchoom and Amergin, foster. Brother of Cuchulainn.
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Conall Cearnach - Encyclopedia - The Free Dictionary
Conall Cernach. Legendary warrior of Celtic mythology who appears in many stories. In “Bricriu's Feast” in the Ulster cycle, he is one of three knights challenged ...
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Conall Cearnach : Useful information and the Michelin Guide review
Conall Cearnach - $desc. ... Conall Cearnach Restaurant within a Michelin recommended hotel (or restaurant). Address: IRL - Ballyconnell; Phone: (049) ...
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Conall Cearnach - Library Ireland
The biographical entry for Conall Cearnach, from `A Compendium of Irish Biography', by Alfred Webb, 1878.
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The biographical entry for Conall Cearnach, from `A Compendium of Irish ... Henry Ford Jones' book, first published in 1915 by Princeton University, is a classic ...
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The legends journalist Heaney skillfully and suspensefully retells are interlinked episodes of the mythological prehistory of Ireland, a chronicle of heroic deeds, power struggles, magic, and passion. The core narratives of Irish culture--featuring the children of Lir, the voyage of Bran, the life of Cuchulainn, Deirdre, Finn, and Oisin-- are here ...
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So they agreed to fight it out there, and in the fight Conall wounded Lugaid with his spear. 'I would like that you would give me fair play,' said Lugaid. 'What fair play?' said Conall Cearnach. 'That you and I should fight with one hand, for I have ...
Celtic Myth & Magick: Harness the Power of the Gods and Goddesses (Llewellyn's World Religion and Magic Series...
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