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[Ir., bright red, blood-red].

Name borne by countless figures in early Irish tradition, both male and female, including high kings, saints, abbots, poets, and scholars. The most often-cited is probably the 9th-century poet Flann mac Lonáin.

Subjects: Religion.

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