Ruadan

Irish - A warrior hero. Son of Bres and Brigit. He fought with the Fomoire at Moytura and, when spying on the Danaans, wounded the smith-god, Goibhniu, who killed him with a spear. Occasionally identified as Ruadan, Rodan, Rodan, Ruadan, Ruadan, Ruadhan, Ruadhan, Ruadan, Ruadan, Ruan, Ruan, Ruadan, Ruadan, Ruardan, Ruardan, Ruadan or Ruadan.
Irish - A saint. Son of Fergus Bearn. He is said to have performed many miracles, such as curing a sick queen, and owned a tree which yielded a sap which could be used as sustenance. He sheltered a relation who had been accused of murder and was arrested for so doing. He put a curse on the high-king Diarmaid mac Cearbhaill and Tara with the result that, in some accounts, Tara became desolate. In some references, known as Ruadan, Rodan, Rodan, Ruadan, Ruadan, Ruadhan, Ruadhan, Ruadan, Ruadan, Ruan, Ruan, Ruadan, Ruadan, Ruardan, Ruardan, Ruadan or Ruadan.

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