- the god of the sea and son of Ler.
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Historical Examples of manannan
It was Manannan, the son of Ler, who sang these quatrains to him.Ancient Irish Poetry
"Those are very precious things you have, Manannan," said the king.
Thus did Cormac fare at the Court of Manannan, and this is how he got the fairy branch.
Its master and mistress—Manannan and his consort—offered him shelter.
Manannan and his daughters are also known (Campbell, witchcraft, 83).