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Character Biographies


Fail Inis Irish The most beautiful whelp held by the King of Ioruaidh and sought by the Sons of Tuireann.
Falias Irish A city on one of the four great islands of the Tuatha De Danaan, North west of Ireland and from it was brought the Stone of Fal (Lia Fail), The Stone of Destiny which was located near the Hill of Tara in County Meath. It used to cry out beneath every king of Ireland.
Fand Irish The Sea-Queen. Possibly another name for Flidias?
Fathach Irish Poet/Bard of the Fir Bolg who recited the prophesy of the demise of the Fir Bolg during the First Battle of Magh Tuiread.
Fedlimid Irish One of the nine foster-fathers of Lugh.
Fer Benn Irish A name that the Dagda calls himself.
Fer Benn Mach Irish A name that the Dagda calls himself.
Fer Benn Bruach Brogaill Broumide Cerbad Caic Rolaig Builc Labair Cerrce Di Brig Oldathair Boith Athgen mBethai Brightere Tri Carboid Roth Rimaire Riog Scotbe Obthe Olaithbe Irish The full name fo the Dagda.
Fianlug Irish Son of Cron.
Figol Irish A druid, son of Marnos, of the Tuatha De Danaan.
Findemas Irish Father of the Druid Findgoll.
Findgoll Irish Druid
Findias Irish The third city on one of the four great islands of the Tuatha De Danaan, from which came the Sword of Nuada. It was said that when drawn from it''s deadly sheath it was irresistible and no one ever escaped it''s anger.
Fintan Irish The only person to have survived the flood, ancient and wise, came with his sons to join the Fir Bolg on the second day of the First Battle of Magh Tuireadh. His full name is Fintan Mac Bochre.
Fir Bolg Irish The Fir Bolg were the rulers of Ireland (at the time called Ériu/Erin) immediately before the arrival of the Tuatha De Danaan, also the name of one of the three tribes of the Fir Bolg.
Fir Domnan Irish One of the three tribes of the Fir Bolg.
Flidias Irish A Sidhe queen, possibly another name for Fand?
Fomori, Fomor Irish Race of beautiful raiders, said to have come from beneath the waves. When they came onto land, they grew to a yard taller than a man and twice as broad.
Forus Irish A Healer of the Tuatha De Danaan who challenged Eochaid, while he was bathing at the start of the second day of the First Battle of Magh Tuireadh.
Fosad Irish One of the nine foster-fathers of Lugh.
Freagarthach Irish The Answerer, the great magic sword of Manannan.
Gaileanga Irish One of the three tribes of the Fir Bolg.
Gaileoin Irish The Gaileoin are identified with the Laighin, the tribe who gave their name to Leinster.
Gairech Irish Hill west of Temhair .
Gamal Irish One of the four ancient sidhe guardians of Temhair.
Gann Irish Gann, son of Dela, of the Fir Bolg was a legendary joint High King of Ireland with his brother Genann.
Geas Irish A magical obligation, prohibition, or taboo that a person may possess.
Glam Dicenn Irish A magical satire given by a Druid or Bard.
Glas Gaibhnenn Irish A magical cow whose milk never failed, belonging to Cian.
Glenn Etin Irish The home of the Dagda.
Gnathach Irish One of the three Druid''s of The Fir Bolg who helped break the enchantment of the three queens of the Tuatha De Danaan. Morrigu, Macha and Badb.
Goban, Goibhniu Irish Goban was the Smith of the Gods, he had two brothers Cian and Samthainn.
Goitne Gorm-Shuileach Irish Blue-eyed Spear, he was one of the sons of Manannan
Grellach Dollaid Irish Lay to the west of the Hill of Hostages - also called 'the Whisper of the Men of Dea
Gorias Irish A city on the second of the four great islands of the Tuatha De Danaan, from which was bought the spear of Lugh. Of the spear it is said that no battle was ever won against it or him who held it in his hand.
Ibor Irish One of the nine foster-fathers of Lugh.
Ilgairech Irish Hill west of Temhair .
Indech Irish A King of the Fomori, son of De Domnan, father of Etain the lover of the Dagda.
Ingnathach Irish One of the three Druid''s of the Fir Bolg who helped break the enchantment of the three queens of the Tuatha De Danaan. Morrigu, Macha and Badb.
Inis Cenn-fhinne Irish The Island of Caer of the Fair Hair
Ioruaidh Irish The Cold Country.
     
    
   

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