Fer Cherdne

Irish - A poet at the court of Lugaid, king of Leinster. He was said to have accompanied the king when he was banished from Ireland. In some accounts, the three Fer Cherdne characters are all manifestations of the same person. In some accounts, called Fer Cherdne, Feirceirtne, Feirceirtne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Feircheirdne, Feircheirdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Chedne, Fer Chedne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fercherdne, Fercherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Ferchertne, Ferchertne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne or Fer Cherdne.
Irish - An Ulster poet. He received the robes and office of the chief-poet when Adna died but Adna's son, Neidhe, disputed his right to them. Fer Cherdne defeated him in a contest of verse and rhetoric and the younger man then conceded. In some accounts, the three Fer Cherdne characters are all manifestations of the same person. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Fer Cherdne, Feirceirtne, Feirceirtne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Feircheirdne, Feircheirdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Chedne, Fer Chedne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fercherdne, Fercherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Ferchertne, Ferchertne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne or Fer Cherdne.
Irish - A poet, a retainer of Curoi. Father of Aithirne. Some say that it was he, not Aithirne, who demanded and got Eochaid mac Luchta's one remaining eye. When his master's wife, Blathnat, was being carried off by Cuchulainn, Fer Cherdne seized her and jumped with her from a high cliff, killing both Blathnat and himself. In some accounts, the three Fer Cherdne characters are all manifestations of the same person. Occasionally known as Fer Cherdne, Feirceirtne, Feirceirtne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Feircheirdne, Feircheirdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Chedne, Fer Chedne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fercherdne, Fercherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne, Ferchertne, Ferchertne, Fer Cherdne, Fer Cherdne or Fer Cherdne.

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