Eadaoin

Irish - A poetess. Mother of Cairbre. She died from grief over the death of her son who died from sunstroke. At times, known as Eadaoin, Eadain, Eadain, Etain, Edaein, Edaein, Edain, Edain, Edaoin, Edaoin, Etain, Etain, E(a)dain, Eda(e)in, Eithne, E(o)da(o)in, Ethne, Etain, Etain, Tochmarc Etaine, Etain, Etain, Achtan, Etain Eachraidhe, Etain Eachraidhe or Eda(e)in Echraidhe.
Irish - A woman of the Otherworld. When the armies of Conn and Eoghan Mor met near her home, she helped Eoghan by turning rocks into soldiers. When Eoghan lost the battle, she saved him and the remains of his army, giving them ships in which they sailed to Spain. Sometimes referred to as Eadaoin, Eadain, Eadain, Etain, Edaein, Edaein, Edain, Edain, Edaoin, Edaoin, Etain, Etain, E(a)dain, Eda(e)in, Eithne, E(o)da(o)in, Ethne, Etain, Etain, Tochmarc Etaine, Etain, Etain, Achtan, Etain Eachraidhe, Etain Eachraidhe or Eda(e)in Echraidhe.

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