Saba

Irish - A deer-goddess and moon-goddess. A woman of the Otherworld. Daughter of Bodb Dearg. Sister of Daireann. Mother of Oisin by Finn mac Cool. Fear Diorche, the Dark Druid, whose love she had rejected, changed Saba into a deer which was run down by Finn's dogs. Changing back to mortal form, she lived with Finn until he was called to do battle with the Norsemen, whereupon the druid reappeared in the form of Finn and changed Saba back into a deer. Her son by Finn was the boy Oisin who would, according to legend, have been a deer if the mother had licked him at birth as deer normally do. In some accounts, called Saba, Saar, Saar, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sabia, Sabia, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sadb, Sadb, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sadhbh, Sadhbh, Saba, Saba, Saba or Saba.
Irish - Daughter of Brian Boru. Wife of Cian. On occassion, identified as Saba, Saar, Saar, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sabia, Sabia, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sadb, Sadb, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sadhbh, Sadhbh, Saba, Saba, Saba or Saba.
Irish - Daughter of Gul. She was as bitter-tongued as her father, a satirist, and she tricked the king, Feidlimidh, into giving her his clothes and horse. In revenge, the king sent Donnuir to seduce her. In some accounts, identified as Saba, Saar, Saar, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sabia, Sabia, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sadb, Sadb, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sadhbh, Sadhbh, Saba, Saba, Saba or Saba.
Irish - Daughter of Conn Ceadchathach. Sister of Art. Wife of Alill Olom. Foster-mother of Lugaid mac Con. In some references, known as Saba, Saar, Saar, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sabia, Sabia, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sadb, Sadb, Saba, Saba, Saba, Saba, Sadhbh, Sadhbh, Saba, Saba, Saba or Saba.

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