Irish - A druid. Son of Cairbre Catcheann. His father gave instructions for him to be drowned but he was saved and reared by the smith Maon to become a famous judge, deciding, amongst other things, who should be fosterfather to Cuchulainn. It is said that he could place the remnants of the caul with which he had been born (Morann's collar) round the neck of an accused person whom it would strangle if that person were guilty. In some accounts, identified as Morann, Moran or Moran.

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