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- supp. fl. 5th century?
in Laigin genealogies, as preserved in the early poem Nidu dír dermait, son of Erc Búadach son of Daig (eponym of the Uí Dega)
king of Cashel/Munster from the Eóganacht of Munster; son of Conall Corc; father of Óengus mac Nad Fróich and Ailill
Nad Gen(a)id; attested in Irish genealogies (Rawl. B 502) as one of the three sons of Óengus mac Nad Fraích and Eithne Uathach; ancestor of three groups among the Uí Duach and another group among the Déise (e.g. Lugaid mac Nad Genaid).
- Achad Conaire
Irish saint, patron of Achad Conaire (Achonry, Co. Sligo)
Naughton (John) See: Seán Ó Neachtain
Mother of three warriors in the Táin, whose names are Fóill, Túachall (or -ell) and Faindle (or Fannall).
steward (rechtaire) belonging to Mac Con in Scéla Éogain ocus Cormaic
husband of Bóand