Amergin

Irish - A smith. He slept with a slave girl and his master, King Tigernmas, ordered that they be burnt. The child still in the womb spoke to the king and he abandoned his intentions. Also identified as Amergin, Amairgen, Amairgen, Amargen, Amargen, Amhairghin, Amhairghin, Amergin, Amergin, Amorgain, Amorgain, Amorgein, Amorgein, Amergin, Amergin, Amergin, Amergin, Amorgin or Amorgin.
Irish - Son of Milesius and Scota. Brother of Eber Finn and Eremon. Husband of Scena. He was the first of the sons of Milesius to set foot in Ireland and he killed one of the Danaan kings, Mac Greine, and arbitrated when Eber Finn and Eremon disputed the sovereignty of Ireland, awarding the throne to Eremon. He was killed by Eremon at the Battle of Bile Teaneadh when the brothers quarrelled. Occasionally referred to as Amergin, Amairgen, Amairgen, Amargen, Amargen, Amhairghin, Amhairghin, Amergin, Amergin, Amorgain, Amorgain, Amorgein, Amorgein, Amergin, Amergin, Amergin, Amergin, Amorgin or Amorgin.
Irish - A druid and poet to Conor mac Nessa. Son of Eigit Salaigh. Husband of Finchoom. Father of Conall Cearnach. When Aithirne, jealous of the boy's powers, went to kill him, his father made a clay statue which Aithirne struck with an axe. He killed a three-headed monster that was ravaging the countryside. Some say that this is the monster, Aillen, slain by Finn mac Cool while others maintain that it was a bird which lived in the Cave of Cruachan. In a battle with Fergus, they threw stones at each other but the stones met in the air and so they called a truce. He was involved in the fight at the hostel of Da Coga and was one of only three survivors. Also called Amergin, Amairgen, Amairgen, Amargen, Amargen, Amhairghin, Amhairghin, Amergin, Amergin, Amorgain, Amorgain, Amorgein, Amorgein, Amergin, Amergin, Amergin, Amergin, Amorgin or Amorgin.
Irish - A poet at the court of Dearmaid. Mac Cearbhaill. Occasionally known as Amergin, Amairgen, Amairgen, Amargen, Amargen, Amhairghin, Amhairghin, Amergin, Amergin, Amorgain, Amorgain, Amorgein, Amorgein, Amergin, Amergin, Amergin, Amergin, Amorgin or Amorgin.

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