Connla

Irish - Son of Conn Ceadchathach. Brother of Art and Crionna. A woman, visible only to him, tried to induce him to go with her to the Otherworld. She was driven off by a druid, but threw an apple to Connla which never grew smaller no matter how often he ate from it. When she returned he went off with her in a glass coracle and they were never seen again. In some accounts, known as Connla, Conall, Conall, Conla, Conla, Connla, Connla, Connla, Connla, Conle, Conle, Connla, Connla, Conlai, Conlai, Conlaih, Conlaih, Conlaoch, Conlaoch, Connla, Connla, Connla or Connla.
Irish - Son of Cuchulainn and Princess Aifa. He had never known his father when he landed in Ulster and his mother had laid a geis on him to tell nobody his name. Conor's men tried unsuccessfully to drive him away. They sent Conall Cearnach against him but he too was defeated, forcing Cuchulainn to challenge the newcomer. Some say that Conall was killed in this encounter, others say that he was killed much later by men of Connaught after he killed their king, Ailill. When Connla met his father, they fought in single combat and Cuchulainn won only by using the Gae Bolg, a weapon of which Connla knew nothing. Cuchulainn realised that Connla was his son only when he saw the ring on the dead youth's finger. In one story, a woman from the Land of the Living threw Connla an apple in an effort to entice him to go with her. He ignored the offer but the apple provided all the nourishment he needed for a month. Sometimes identified as Connla, Conall, Conall, Conla, Conla, Connla, Connla, Connla, Connla, Conle, Conle, Connla, Connla, Conlai, Conlai, Conlaih, Conlaih, Conlaoch, Conlaoch, Connla, Connla, Connla or Connla.
Irish - A relative of Fiachu Muilleathan. He suffered from leprosy and had been told that only by bathing in the blood of a king could he be cured, so he arranged to go swimming with Fiachu, king of Munster, and stabbed him as they swam together. On occassion, referred to as Connla, Conall, Conall, Conla, Conla, Connla, Connla, Connla, Connla, Conle, Conle, Connla, Connla, Conlai, Conlai, Conlaih, Conlaih, Conlaoch, Conlaoch, Connla, Connla, Connla or Connla.
Irish - A giant. Husband of Achtland. In some accounts, identified as Connla, Conall, Conall, Conla, Conla, Connla, Connla, Connla, Connla, Conle, Conle, Connla, Connla, Conlai, Conlai, Conlaih, Conlaih, Conlaoch, Conlaoch, Connla, Connla, Connla or Connla.

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