Cuchulainn or Cuchullain
Examples from the Web for cuchulain
Good, my lad,” said Cuchulain; “these are the tokens of a herald.Irish Fairy Tales|Edmond Leamy
Cuchulain killed 103 thirty of their men there and they raised their tents in that place.
Hence the famous name that stuck to him, namely Cuchulain, after he had killed the hound that was Culann's the Smith's.
When they sat down again, Cuchulain struck one of them so that his head was split.
For all the men of Erin were Ferdiad's nourishers, to the end that he might ward off Cuchulain from them.