Aedh

Irish - A dwarf poet. He entertained at the court of Fergus mac Leda and once visited Iubdan, king of the Faylinn, who later went to the king's court with his wife Bebo. Occasionally known as Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Irish - The real name of Goll mac Morna. Sometimes referred to as Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Irish - Son of Lir by his first wife, Aobh. Also identified as Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Irish - A name for the Dagda as an underworld god. Also called Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Irish - A king of Oriel. On occassion, identified as Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Irish - Son of Bodb Dearg. In some lore, occasionally called Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Irish - Son of Mochaen. Brother of Conn and Corca. He, his father and his two brothers were killed by the sons of Turenn when the latter attacked Mochaen's hill and raised a shout to satisfy part of the penalty imposed on them for the murder of Cian. Identified as Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Irish - A giant. He killed the giantess Bebhionn who had been forced to become betrothed to him but finally refused to marry him. She had appealed to Finn for help and the Fianna pursued Aedh when he fled, but the murderer escaped in a ship. Occasionally identified as Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Irish - A poet at the court of Conor. Mac Nessa. He had an affair with Mughain, the king's wife, and was condemned to death by drowning. By reciting verses, he caused each lake he was taken to to dry up except the lake near the house of Laoghaire Buadhach. Laoghaire saved him by killing the men charged with drowning the poet. Referred to as Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Irish - A prince of Leinster. He spent three years in a sidhe, ensnared by the daughter of Bodb Dearg. He finally escaped and, meeting St Patrick, was converted to Christianity. At times, known as Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Irish - A son of Art, in some accounts. At times, referred to as Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.
Welsh - Father of Prydein. Occasionally called Aedh, Aed, Aed, Aeda, Aeda, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh, Aedh[sup]11[/sup], Aedh[sup]12[/sup], Aedh Abrat, Aedh Allan, Aedh Baclamh, Aedh Beag, Aedh Beannan, Aedh Caomh, Aedh Dubh, Aedh Eangach, Aedh Fionn, Aedh Guaire, Aedh mac Ainmhireach, Aedh mac Duach, Aedh mac Ruadh, Aedh Ruadh, Aedh Slaine, Aedd, Aedd, Aod, Aod, Aodh, Aodh, Maodhog, Goll mac Morna, Goll mac Morna, Hugh, Hugh or Hu.

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