Niam

Irish - Daughter of Manannan. Wife of Oisin. Mother of Plur na mBan. In some stories, she is the girl who came on a white horse and carried Oisin back to her home in Tir na n-Og (or Tir Tainigiri in some versions) where they married and lived together for 300 years. Also known as Niam, Niamh, Niamh, Niam, Niam, Niav, Niav, Niam or Niam.
Irish - Daughter of Celtchair. Wife of Conganchas and Cormac Cond Longes. Her husband could be killed only by one who knew his secret. Niam discovered it and told her father who then killed Conganchas. Niam then married Cormac Cond Longes, son of Conor mac Nessa. Occasionally called Niam, Niamh, Niamh, Niam, Niam, Niav, Niav, Niam or Niam.
Irish - Wife of Conall Cearnach, in some accounts. She became Cuchulainn's mistress in his later years. In some versions, she is the same as Niam, daughter of Celtchair. Sometimes referred to as Niam, Niamh, Niamh, Niam, Niam, Niav, Niav, Niam or Niam.

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