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[OIr. adnúall, sweet of sound].

One of many hounds belonging to Fionn mac Cumhaill. He was once stolen by Arthur, son of the king of Britain. After a battle in Leinster, he made the circuit of Ireland three times before he returned to the battlefield to die where three Fenians and their lovers were buried. See also BRAN (2); SCEOLANG.

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