Conall the Victorious
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 ... His epithet is normally translated as "victorious" or "triumphant", although it is ...
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Conall the Victorious - Shee-Eire
Conall the Victorious was a comrade in arms of Cúchulainn, and a member of the Red Branch of Ulster who served under King Conchobar Mac Nessa at the site ...
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The Cherishing of Conall Cernach and The Deaths of Ailill and of ...
here was a fierce man of the men of Ulster, Conall the Victorious, the son of Amargen, the best warrior that was in Ireland. Great was his hardihood. He was a  ...
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Conall Cernach
Conall Cernach is a hero of the Ulaid in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. ... His epithet is normally translated as "victorious" or "triumphant", although it is an ...
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Conall the Victorious - Wiktionary
Conall the Victorious. Definition from Wiktionary, the free ... Conall the Victorious. Another name, especially English name, for Conall Cernach. Retrieved from ...
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The Conception of Conall Cernach | The Ulster Cycle
Or Conall Cernach i.e. Conall the Victorious, for cern means “victory”, for great was the victory above everyone. Notes and manuscript sources. The story of ...
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Conall Cernach | The Ulster Cycle
Nov 7, 2009 ... Or Conall Cernach i.e. Conall the Victorious, for cern means “victory”, for great was the victory above everyone. Notes and manuscript sources.
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Conall Cearnach - The Magennis Castle
Conall means "strong as a wolf", and Cearnach means "victorious". It was he who was responsible for avenging the death of his friend and fellow warrior, the ...
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Conall the Victorious - 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 - 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 Cernach - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conall Cernach (modern spelling: Conall Cearnach) is a hero of the Ulaidh in ... His epithet is normally translated as "victorious" or "triumphant", although it is an .... "The Story of Mac Dathó's Pig", An Early Irish Reader, Cambridge University ...
The Conception of Conall Cernach - paddybrown.co.uk
“Conall” and “Cernach”, from what are they said? ... Or Conall Cernach i.e. Conall the Victorious, for cern means “victory”, for great was the victory above everyone. ... Early Manuscripts at Oxford University · eDIL – Electronic Dictionary of the ...
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Conall Cernach | The Ulster Cycle
Nov 7, 2009 ... Then the champions of Ulster in their chariots, Conall Cernach and Lóegaire .... Or Conall Cernach i.e. Conall the Victorious, for cern means “victory”, ... Celtic Literature Collective · Early Manuscripts at Oxford University · eDIL ...
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Nov 7, 2009 ... Conall” and “Cernach”, from what are they said? ... Or Conall Cernach i.e. Conall the Victorious, for cern means “victory”, for great was the ...
Conall the Victorious - Shee-Eire
Conall the Victorious was a comrade in arms of Cúchulainn, and a member of the Red Branch of Ulster who served under King Conchobar Mac Nessa at the site ...
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The Encyclopaedia of Celtic Myth and Legend: A Definitive ...
The Encyclopaedia of Celtic Myth and Legend: A Definitive ...
Caitlin Matthews, 2004
Presents a collection of Celtic tales and poems that cover such topics as invasions, conceptions and births, cattle raids, voyages, heroes, dreams, and love.
Tales of the Elders of Ireland (Oxford World's Classics)
Tales of the Elders of Ireland (Oxford World's Classics)
2008
Tales of the Elders of Ireland is the first complete translation of the late Middle-Irish Acallam na Senórach, the largest literary text surviving from twelfth-century Ireland. It contains the earliest and most comprehensive collection of Fenian stories and poetry, intermingling the contemporary Christian world of Saint Patrick with his scribes; cl...
The Feast Of Bricriu
The Feast Of Bricriu
2004
"Hail to thee, Conall the Victorious, thou art the hero of victories and of combats; great are the victories thou hast already scored over the heroes of Ulster. By the time the Ulster men go into foreign bounds thou art a distance of three days and ...
A Treasury of Irish Myth, Legend & Folklore: Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry
A Treasury of Irish Myth, Legend & Folklore: Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry
1988
Introduce yourself to the noble heroes and magical creatures of Irish mythology. Includes the two definitive works on the subject by the giants of the Irish Renaissance. W.B. Yeates' Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry and Lady Gregory's Cuchulain of Muirthemne.
HEROIC ROMANCES OF IRELAND
HEROIC ROMANCES OF IRELAND
with Conall Cernach (Conall the Victorious) at Benna Bairchi (a mountain on the Ulster border). He tells his quest to him. "What awaits thee," says the latter, "shall not be lucky for thee. Much of trouble awaits thee," he says, "though in it the ...
Cuchulain of Muirthemne: The Story of the Men of the Red Branch of UIster (Forgotten Books)
Cuchulain of Muirthemne: The Story of the Men of the Red Branch of UIster (Forgotten Books)
2007
About the Author: "Isabella Augusta, Lady Gregory (15 March 1852–22 May 1932), née Isabella Augusta Persse, was an Irish dramatist and folklorist. With William Butler Yeats and others, she co-founded the Irish Literary Theatre and the Abbey Theatre, and wrote numerous short works for both companies. Lady Gregory produced a number of books of r...
Medieval Literature in Translation
Medieval Literature in Translation
Charles Williams Jones, 2013
Conall the Victorious, son of Amargin, was at the time in Dun- severick and he heard the thunder of the wave of Rury. "True it is," said Conall, "Conchobar is in danger, and we should do amiss not to go to him." And he took his arms and went  ...
The Annals of Ireland Translated from the Original Irish of the Four Masters by Owen Connellan (2 Vol. Set)
The Annals of Ireland Translated from the Original Irish of the Four Masters by Owen Connellan (2 Vol. Set)
Michael C. O'Laughlin, 2003
This was the first translation of these annals into English. It was published in 1846, and appears here exactly as the copy in the IGF library, with additions. The time period covered by the Four Masters here is from the 12th to the 17th century, with annotations covering the earliest times in Irish History. This is a two volume set, with color fro...
Annals of Ireland by the Four Masters as translated into ...
Annals of Ireland by the Four Masters as translated into ...
Cleary, etc...,, Michael O'Clery, 2003
The chief commanders of the Red-Branch Knights were the celebrated champions Cuchullin ; Conall Cearnach, or Kearnach, that is, Conall the Victorious ; Celtcair-na-g-Cath, that is, Keltcar of the battles, from whom Rath- Celtcair derived its ...
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Conall the Victorious
"That is valiant Conall the Victorious," quoth Meave. "Small chance
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The Conception of Conall Cernach | The Ulster Cycle
“Conall” and “Cernach”, from what are they said? Not hard. There was hesitation of children upon Findchóem, daughter of Cathbad, the wife of Amergin Dark-Hair, so that she bore no children. A certain druid came to see her, and the druid said to her, “if my fee is good,” he said, “you will bear a…
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Now Conall of the Victories was left behind to rule in Emania when
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Conall – meaning behind character’s name | Billy Dudley's Short Film Research
http://www.behindthename.com/name/conall GENDER: Masculine USAGE: Irish, Scottish, Irish Mythology Meaning & History Means "strong wolf" in Gaelic. This is the name of several characters in Irish legend including the hero Conall Cernach ("Conall of the victories"), a member of the Red Branch of Ulster, who avenged Cúchulainn's death by killing Lugaid. http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/1/Conall Conall \c(o)-na-ll\ as a boy's name is pronounced KAHN-al. It is…
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Niamh & Conall join team mates in Croke Park | Armagh GAA
Clann Eireann and Armagh stars, Niamh Coleman and Conall McCavitt were among the 28strong Official Irish Handball Team which was introduced to the 82,269 crowd at Croke Park on Sunday past. While Jim McGuinness made his successful inspirational speech to his charges at half-time in the dressing room at Headquarters, the Irish Handball Team were presented on the most precious green pastures in Ireland.
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among three of them, namely, Cuchulain, and Conall of the Victories and
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Senior Football, Moynihan Cup Quarter-final | Presentation Secondary School
Presentation Milltown 2-13 St. Michael’s Listowel 1-11 In a thrilling game of football played In Cahersalee on Wednesday 23rd of October, Pres Milltown were victorious over their Listowel counterparts by 5 points. Joseph Clifford kicked Milltown’s first 3 points, 2 absolute beauties from play from the the sideline. Listowel fought back to level and coming…
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Conall Boyle on university admittance: (1) why lotteries? | Equality by lot
I do not for one moment disagree with the principle that Merit alone should determine university entrance. Rather it is the form of merit used that I would disagree with. Conall Boyle, Lotteries for Education In Lotteries for Education Conall Boyle presents a case for using lotteries to supplement standardized test scores as the criterion…
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