Eoghan

Irish - Son of Ailill Alom. Father of Fiachu Muilleathan. He slept with Moncha on the eve of the Battle of Magh Mucramha in which he was killed and his son was born posthumously. Sometimes called Eoghan, Eogan, Eogan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan Beal, Eoghan mac Ailealla, Eoghan mac Durthacht, Owen, Owen, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan Mor, Owain or Owain.
Irish - Son of Niall. Brother of Cairbre, Conall Gulban, Eanna and Loaghaire. In some references, identified as Eoghan, Eogan, Eogan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan Beal, Eoghan mac Ailealla, Eoghan mac Durthacht, Owen, Owen, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan Mor, Owain or Owain.
Irish - Brother of Airnealach and Tadhg mac Cein. He and his brother Airnealach and Tadhg's wife, Li Ban, were carried off by Camthann, king of Freson. Tadhg brought a force to invade Freson, killing Camthann and rescuing his family. Called Eoghan, Eogan, Eogan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan Beal, Eoghan mac Ailealla, Eoghan mac Durthacht, Owen, Owen, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan Mor, Owain or Owain.
Irish - A prince of Connaught. He was a pupil of Finn mac Cool and was left, with Art, to guard the shore in one version of the story of the Battle of Fionn's Strand. Also referred to as Eoghan, Eogan, Eogan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan Beal, Eoghan mac Ailealla, Eoghan mac Durthacht, Owen, Owen, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan, Eoghan Mor, Owain or Owain.

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