Eochaid Ollathair

Irish - A name of the Dagda as 'All-father'. In some accounts, Eochaid was a king of the Fir Bolg who killed Bres in battle with the Danaans who then hid all the water in the land so that Eochaid died of thirst. In some accounts, known as Eochaid Ollathair, All-father, All-father, Eochaidh, Eochaidh, Eochaid, Eochaid, Eochaid, Eochaid Allmuir, Eochaid Armdhearg, Eochaid Beag Dearg, Eochaid Beag mac Cairbre, Eochaid Dala, Eochaid Eigeas, Eochaid Feidhleach, Eochaid Glas, Eochaid mac Eachach, Eochaid mac Erc, Eochaid mac Erca, Eochaid mac Luchta, Eochaid mac Maireadha, Eochaid Muigl, Eochaid Mumho, 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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