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Eochaidh Ó hÉoghusa

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Eochaidh Ó hÉoghusa

Eochaidh Ó hÉoghusa (1567–1617) was an Irish poet.

Native of Ulster, mainly employed by the Maguire chiefs of Fermanagh. Some of his compositions include

  • An tú ar gcéadaithne, a charrag?
  • A-tám i gcás eidir dhá chomhairle
  • Bíodh aire ag Ultaibh ar Aodh
  • Dealg athálaidh othras Taidhg
  • Fód codarsna críoch Bhanbha
  • Fúar liom an adhaighsi dh'Aodh
  • Ionmholta malairt bhisigh


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