Eochaid Feidhleach

Irish - A king of Ireland. Brother of Eochaid Airemh, some say. Husband of Cloithfhionn. Father of Clothra, Conall Anghlonnach. Dreibhriu and Maev. Father of Breas, Lothar and Nar. He took the throne by defeating Fichtna Fathach at the Battle of Leitir Ruibhe. When he quarrelled with his wife over a game of chess, she left him and went to Ulster taking with her their triplet sons, Breas, Lothar and Nar. These three, known as the Finn Eamhna, raised a force and attacked their father but were defeated. When Eochaid heard of their death in battle, he died of grief. On occassion, called Eochaid Feidhleach, Eochaidh, Eochaidh, Eochaid, Eochaid, Eochaid, Eochaid Allmuir, Eochaid Armdhearg, Eochaid Beag Dearg, Eochaid Beag mac Cairbre, Eochaid Dala, Eochaid Eigeas, Eochaid Glas, Eochaid mac Eachach, Eochaid mac Erc, Eochaid mac Erca, Eochaid mac Luchta, Eochaid mac Maireadha, Eochaid Muigl, Eochaid Mumho, Eochaid Ollathair, Eochaid Ronn, Eochaid Salbuidhe, Eochaid Uaircheas, Eochaid Yellowmouth, Eochaid, Eocho, Eocho, Eochaid, Eochaid, Eochaid, Eochaid Airemh, Eochy, Eochy, Bres, Eochaid, Eochaid or Eochaid.

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