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blacksmith in the Ulster Cycle, whose celebrated hostel (bruiden) becomes the scene of action when Cormac Cond Longas is besieged there by the Connachta.
- Beddgelert, Aberconwy, Basingwerk, Penmon, Ynys Lannog
prince of Gwynedd, son of Llywelyn ab Iorwerth and Joan, illegitimate daughter of King John.
- fl. 15th century
Welsh scribe known for penning the Brut y brenhinedd text in Peniarth MS 22; official; murderer.
- fl. 1340–1390
- fl. late 16th century
bard of Glamorgan
Dafydd Ddu o Hiraddug See: Dafydd Ddu of Hiraddug
- d. 1415
Dafydd Gam ap Llewelyn ap Hywel, nobleman who died fighting on the side of King Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt; opponent of Owain Glyndŵr.
- fl. c.1466/70–1490
Welsh poet whose name Gorlech refers to an association with the parish of Abergorlech in Cantref Mawr in south-west Wales. At least seven prophetic cywyddau are preserved.
- fl. c. 1450–1490
Welsh poet from Nanmor (Gwynedd)
- fl. first half of the 7th century
Irish churchman mentioned by Bede in connection with the Easter controversy; may be identical with St Dagán of Inber Doile
- d. 587
- Inis Caín Dega
early Irish saint, patron of Inis Caín Dega (now Inishkeen or Inniskeen, Co. Monaghan)
Daig mac Cairill See: Daig of Inishkeen
Dáire Derg ... al. Morna See: Morna
legendary king of Tara, ancestor figure for the Dáirine and father of the five Luigdig (sons named Lugaid).