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Blaimac mac Aeda (c. 595—665) joint high-king of Ireland

Fíngein mac Áeda

Caustantín mac Aeda

Niall mac Aeda (c. 776—846) king of Ailech and high-king of Ireland

Niall mac Aeda (c. 869—919) king of Ailech and high-king of Ireland

Fíngein mac Áeda

Domnall mac Aeda (c. 572—642) high-king of Ireland

Blaímac mac Áeda [Blathmac]

Domnall mac Áeda

Niall mac Aeda meic Mael Isu (c. 1069—1139) claimant to the see of Armagh

Constantine II [Causantín mac Aeda]

Niall mac Áeda meic Máel Ísu

Niall mac Áeda [called Niall Glúndub]

Niall mac Áeda [Niall Caille]


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1 [corrupt form of Áed, Áedán]. Dwarf of King Fergus mac Léti who accompanies Eisirt to the realm of the leprechaun of Iubdán.

2 In the Fenian Cycle the unwelcome suitor of the beautiful giantess Bébinn (2), whom he slays while she is under Fionn's protection.

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