[kong-koh-wer, kon-uh-hoo r, kon-oo r]
- a king of Ulster, the uncle of Cuchulainn and the abductor of Deirdre.
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Conchobar seizes on Derdriu, but she continues to love the dead.A Literary History of the English People
Jean Jules Jusserand
They meet Cuscraid son of Conchobar and there were heavy wounds on him.
"Thou knowest naught of the way, little boy," said Conchobar.
Conchobar gave him other two spears and a shield and a sword.
Conchobar gave him his own two spears and his shield and his sword.
- (in Irish legend) a king of Ulster at about the beginning of the Christian eraSee also Deirdre
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