noun Irish Legend.
Examples from the Web for fomorian
Then they called him "a Fomorian, and no man," and perforce made their circle wider.
His father, Elatha, was a Fomorian sea-king or pirate, and he repaired to his court.An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800|Mary Frances Cusack
They seemed a resplendent Fomorian phantom against the stars.
In the dim days of Fomorian and Firbolg, and for ages after, Erin was a land of forests, full of wild cattle and deer and wolves.Ireland, Historic and Picturesque|Charles Johnston
Shapes of Death and Horror, Fomorian apparitions, guarded the entrance.
Word Origin and History for fomorian
pertaining to the monstrous race in Irish mythology, 1876, from Irish fomor "pirate, monster," from fo "under" + mor "sea." Cognate with Gaelic famhair.