[Christine’s Halloween Monster and Faery List]

Kings: N

Nemed, Nefydd T Naf Neifion, Neven, Noël, Neptune (Sanctuary, Heaven) Neb (Somebody) Néde, Néidhe, Neide Mac Adna (Anyone) Rigonemetis (King of the Sacred Grove) Maine Míngor (Many the Sweetly Dutiful) Natchrantal, Natalis, Sera (The West) Semion Mac Stariat

Nofiad a wmaeth hen Neifon
It is old Neptune that has swam
O Droia: fawr draw i Fon.
From great Troy afar to Mona.
– Dab Gwilym’s poem Iv:

Mor Neifion: Sea of Neifion, signifies the ocean, the high seas.

(pron. NEY, NAY-ven, no-EHL, MA-nya, MAN-ee, MOH-nyeh) Corieltauvi Descendant of the giants Magog and Japhet who sailed to Ireland from Scythia with thirty two ships. He reached a golden tower on the sea that sank during high tide and was visible at ebb tide. Nemed went with his people towards it for the greed of gold. When the tide came in all of their crew were drowned except for Nemed and his children who saved themselves by rowing. He was able to defeat the Fomorii: Those Under the Sea gods three times: The Battle of Murbolg: Sea Abundance in Dal Riada: Red Kings’ Place, the Battle of Ros Freachain: Red Preserver in Connacht and the Battle of Cnamrois: Chewing Deer in Leinster. He then cleared sixteen plains. He finally died of the plague on the Great Island in Cork harbor called Ard Nemed: Heaven’s Height. Vivian and the Floralières surround his roots with a blanket of lichen and carpet of ferns crowned by a large ring of Phallus impudicus. He is venerated with the incense of parasol mushrooms, russulas, amanites, lactarius & holly. He has three sons: Iárdanél: Western Cloud, Starn, & Ainninn [Loch Ainninn] with Partholón: Shape of a Woman. Place names: Nemetacum: north-east Gaule, Nemetobrigia [Galicia, Spain], Nematodurum [Nanterre], Nemeton [Vauclusa], Vernemeton [Nottingham], Medionemeton.
 Neide: Craebruad: Red Branch Poet of Emania who went to learn science in Alba under Eochaidh Ech-bel: Beli in the Immaccallam in dá Thuarad He heard the wave mourning his father’s death and the fact that his robe had been given to Ferchertne the poet. He returned to Ireland and was told by Bricriu: Speckled he could not be an ollave at Emain Machae: Fertile Plain because he had no beard. He then took a handful of grass, and cast a spell upon it, so that every one would think it was a beard. He recieved the three colored robe with bright bird’s feathers in the middle, speckling of findruine on the lower half, and gold on the upper half. He claimed the tugen or mantle to succeed his father as chief poet. Nedeleg (pron. nay-DE-lek) Breton word for Christmas. As Saint Natalis he studied under Saint Columba and his feast day is December 27th. The murbrath: sea-doom erupted and became Lough Neagh. Síd Nenta is fo uisce: under the water & iar n-uisce: beyond the water. (58, 71, 102, 197, 207) )

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