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Irish hero whose story is told by Fionn mac Cumhaill in Feis Tighe Chonáin [The Feast at Conán's House], in answer to the riddle, ‘What man was the son of his own daughter?’ When Daolghas lay dying, his daughter stooped to kiss him. As she did, a spark of fire flew from his mouth to hers, making her pregnant. When she bore the child, she named him for her father.

Subjects: Religion.

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