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[mah-nuh-nahn, man-uh-nan]
noun Irish Mythology.
  1. the god of the sea and son of Ler.
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Historical Examples

  • 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).