Congall

Irish - A man who rescued Muirgen, the woman who had changed into a salmon. Sometimes called Congall, Comghall, Comghall, Congall, Congall, Congall, Congall, Congall Caoch, Congall Clairingneach, Conghal, Conghal, Congall, Congall, Congall or Congall.
Irish - A high-king of Ireland. Father-in-law of Fergal. He was told that his daughter, who was a nun, was having an affair with Fergal, and he nearly caught them in bed together. When he came to believe that his daughter was innocent, he drowned the informer. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Congall, Comghall, Comghall, Congall, Congall, Congall, Congall, Congall Caoch, Congall Clairingneach, Conghal, Conghal, Congall, Congall, Congall or Congall.
Irish - Foster brother of Mael Fothartaig. Mael was unjustly accused of raping his father's second wife and was killed by Aodan on the orders of Mael's father, Ronan, king of Leinster, despite Congall's efforts to save him. When he protested at the murder of his friend, he was himself killed by Aodan. Also identified as Congall, Comghall, Comghall, Congall, Congall, Congall, Congall, Congall Caoch, Congall Clairingneach, Conghal, Conghal, Congall, Congall, Congall or Congall.
Irish - A saint and missionary. It was he who found the abandoned child Molua, and raised him. He established a monastery at Bangor where he performed a number of miracles. He joined St Columba at Iona and went with him and Cainneach to convert the Picts. At the palace of the Pictish king, Brude, Congall caused the gate to open, Columba did the same with the doors, and when Brude raised his arm against them, Cainneach withered his hand. One of his miracles involved saving the life of Cantigern who had been poisoned by a maid. Also commonly known as Congall, Comghall, Comghall, Congall, Congall, Congall, Congall, Congall Caoch, Congall Clairingneach, Conghal, Conghal, Congall, Congall, Congall or Congall.

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