masculine Fiachnae

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This name derives from the Old Irish “fïach” (Manx: feeagh; Scottish Gaelic: fitheach), meaning “raven.” 1) Saint Fechín founded an abbey at Cong, Co. Mayo c. 623 AD, which later became a magnificent monastery. 2) Fiachnae mac Báetáin († 626), was king of the Dál nAraidi and High King of the Ulaid in the early 7th century. 3) Fiachnae mac Demmáin, sometimes called Fiachnae Dubtuinne († 627), was King of Ulaid from 626 to 627. 4) In Irish mythology, Fiacha Cennfinnán, son of Starn, son of Rudraige, of the Fir Bolg, became High King of Ireland when he overthrew his great-uncle Sengann.



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