(Ailell, Oilioll) a po****r male given
name in medieval Ireland meaning
"beauty". It can be pronounced either
as "AWL-yil" or "Ah-EEL", dependent...
mac Nath Í (died c. 482), called Ailill
Molt, is included
in most lists
of the High Kings
and is also called
King of Connacht. His cognomen...
mythology. Her husband
in the core stories
of the cycle
mac Máta, although
she had several husbands before
him who were also kings...
- Ailill Ollamh
Olum) in Irish traditional history
was the son of Mug Nuadat
and was a king of the southern
half of Ireland, placed
in the 3rd...
mac Máta is the king of the Connachta
and the husband
Medb in the Ulster Cycle
mythology. He rules
- Ailill Angubae according
to the Lebor
na ****dre version
of the Irish mythological
tale, the Wooing
of Etain, is the brother
Feidlech, a High...
- Ailill Caisfiaclach
("having crooked/hateful teeth"), son of Connla
Cáem, was, according
to medieval Irish legends
traditions, a High King...
mac Máta and queen
Medb. Conchobar forcibly marries
Deirdre, who later commits suicide after
her to Éogan. Flidais, wife of Ailill
Olcháin (Olioll Olchain) is a legendary
King of Ireland. He is the son of Sírna Sáeglach and father
of Gíallchad. Although
and his son...
Finn, son of Art mac Lugdach, was, according
to medieval Irish legend
tradition, a High King of Ireland. In the Lebor