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Flann


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Flann

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Flann

Flann Sinna (848—916) high-king of Ireland

Flann Mainistrech (c. 986—1056) poet and historian

O'Brien, Flann

Flann mac Díma

Flann mac Lonáin

Flann ua Fedach

Flann Mainistrech (d. 1056)

O'Brien, Flann

Flann O'Brien (1911—1966) Irish novelist and journalist

Flann mac Díma

Flann mac Lonáin (c. 821—904) poet

Flann ua Fedach

Flann Mac Flainn (c. 1181—1256) archbishop of Tuam

Flann mac Lonáin (896)

Flann Mainistrech (1056)

 

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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.

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