noun Irish Mythology.
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And Manannan gave branch and cloth and goblet to Cormac, and thereafter they went to slumber and sweet sleep.Studies on the Legend of the Holy Grail|Alfred Nutt
But a wave of the flood-tide came over the girl, and she was drowned, and Manannan killed Fer Ferdiad in his anger.
After that Manannan thrust his hand into his girdle and brought out a goblet and set it upon his palm.More Celtic Fairy Tales|Various
"If that is so, give us the loan of Manannan's curragh," said Brian.
And the man made himself known to them, and he said that he was Manannan, son of Lir.