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Manannan

[ mah-nuh-nahn, man-uh-nan ]

noun

, Irish Mythology.
  1. the god of the sea and son of Ler.


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After that Manannan thrust his hand into his girdle and brought out a goblet and set it upon his palm.

The gods connected with it were Manannan and Lug, the sun-god, probably because it lay in the western sea.

Manannan is a sea-god, and the Isle of Man may perhaps have taken its name from him when it was regarded as an Elysium.

Bran, in the Voyage of Bran when sailing, meets Manannan the sea-god.

It was Manannan, the son of Ler, who sang these quatrains to him.

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