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    (For the leading incidents in the Life, see the list, pp. 11 ff.).

    Abban, St.,
    Adamnan, St.,
    Aed, St.,
    Aed mac Brenainn,
    Aed Slaine,
    Aei. See Mag Ai.
    Aengus maccu Luigse. See Oenna.
    Aengussius. See Oengus.
    Ailbe, St.,
    Ailithir, abbot of Clonmacnois,
    Ainmire mac Colgain,
    Ainmire mac Setna,
    Ainmireach. See Ainmire mac Colgain.
    Alban, St.,
    Alexander,
    almsgiving, See also hospitality.
    Altus Prosator,
    Ambacuc,
    angels,
    Angina. See Inis Aingin.
    animals, See also resuscitation, hound.
    Anmereus. See Ainmire mac Colgain.
    antilum,
    Ara (Aran Is.),
    Aradenses. See Dal nAraide.
    Aran Is. See Ara.
    Ard Abla,
    Ard Machae (Armagh),
    Ard Manntain,
    Ard Tiprat, See also Cluain maccu Nois.
    assemblies,
    austerities,
    Ay. See Mag Ai.

    Baithin, St.,
    Ballynagore,
    Bangor. See Beannchor.
    Beannchor (Bangor, Co. Down),
    bearer,
    Becc mac De,
    bells,
    benediction of food,
    Benen, St.,
    Beoanus, Beoedus. See Beoit.
    Beoit,
    Beonedus, Beonnadus. See Beoit.
    Birra (Birr, King's Co.),
    birthplace of Ciaran,
    boban, See also Bells.
    Boecius, Boeus. See Beoit.
    bones,
    bonfire,
    books and book-satchels,
    books preserved from wet,
    Brenainn, St.,
    Brenainn of Cluain Ferta, St.,
    Brigit, St.,
    Brigit of Cu Cathrach,
    Brynach, St.,

    Cadoc, St.,
    Cael Cholum,
    Cainnech, St.,
    Camerarius,
    Cana of Galilee,
    Carabine, Red Brian,
    Cathach, a monster,
    Cathacus, Cathi. See Inis Cathaig.
    Cattle, sacred,
    Cellach mac Eogain Beil,
    Cenel Conaill,
    Cenel Fiachach,
    Cenel Fiachrach, See also Cenel Fiachach.
    Christ, parallels between lives of Ciaran and. See Tendenz.
    Ciaran, passim. Poem attributed to,
    Ciaran of Saigir, St.,
    Ciaran, other saints called,
    Ciarraige,
    clairvoyance,
    cloak floated on water,
    cloak of Senan,
    Clonard. See Cluain Iraird.
    Clonmacnois. See Cluain maccu Nois.
    Clonsingle,
    Cluain Cruim,
    Cluain Innsythe,
    Cluain Iochtar,
    Cluain Iraird (Clonard, Co. Meath),
    Cluain maccu Nois (Clonmacnois, King's Co.), passim
    Cobthach mac Brecain,
    Coemgen, St.,
    Coire Bhreacain (Corrievreckan),
    Colman, St.,
    Colman Elo, St.,
    Colman mac Luachain, St.,
    Colman mac Nuin,
    Colum Cille, St. (Columba),
    Colum Cille, hymn of,
    Colum of Inis Cealtra, St.,
    Comgall, St.,
    compacts between saints,
    companions of Ciaran,
    Conn of the Poor,
    Connachta (people of Connacht),
    Corco Baiscind,
    Corpre the Crooked,
    Cow, Ciaran's. See Dun Cow.
    crane, pet,
    Cremthann,
    Crichid. See Crithir.
    Crithir,
    Croagh Patrick. See Cruachan Aigli.
    Cronan,
    crosses,
    Cruachan Aigli (Croagh Patrick),
    Cualu,
    Cuimmin, St.,
    Cumlach,
    curses,
    Cuthbert, St.,
    Cybi, St.,

    Dal n-Araide,
    Daniel,
    Darerca, mother of Ciaran,
    Darerca, St.,
    dates of Ciaran's life,
    dates of documents,
    deafness cured,
    decapitation,
    Decies,
    Deece,
    Delbna,
    Derercha. See Darerca.
    Dermag (Durrow, King's Co.),
    Dermicius. See Diarmait (deacon).
    Desi, Dessi,
    Diarmait, deacon, See also Iustus.
    Diarmait, St.,
    Diarmait mac Cerrbeil, king,
    Dompnanus. See Donnan.
    doors open automatically,
    Donnan, brother of Ciaran,
    Donnan, St.,
    dreams,
    drolls,
    druids, See also wizards.
    drying corn,
    Dun Cow of Ciaran,
    Durrow. See Dermag.
    dye and dyeing,

    earth of Ciaran's tomb,
    eavesdroppers,
    Eile,
    elders, Cell of the, at Cluain maccu Nois,
    Emer, St.,
    end of world, beliefs regarding,
    Enda, Endeus, Enna, Henna,
    envy against Ciaran,
    Erne, Loch,
    Ernin, St.,
    Euthymius,
    exogamy,
    expletives, saintly,
    eye plucked out and restored,

    Failbe,
    famines,
    fasting,
    feasts,
    Fergus,
    Fidarta (Fuerty, Co. Roscommon),
    Finan, St.,
    Findian, St. (Finnianus),
    Findian of Mag Bile, St.,
    finger scented with wine,
    Fintan, St.,
    fire, consecrated,
    from heaven,
    Paschal,
    firebrand,
    Flannan, St.,
    flesh turned to wheat, See also transformations.
    flocks, keeping of,
    fosterage,
    foundation sacrifices,
    fox,
    Fuerty. See Fidarta.
    Furban, Furbith, king,
    Fursa, St.,

    garments,
    genealogy of Ciaran,
    gifts made by Ciaran, See also almsgiving.
    Glas the poet,
    Gleann da Locha (Glendaloch, Co. Wicklow),
    glosses,
    gospel, reading of,
    gospels, See also books.
    grain turned to gold, See also transformations.
    Gregory, Pope,
    Guaire, king,

    hair restored miraculously,
    harbour of island, meaning of expression,
    Hare Island. See Inis Aingin.
    harvesting,
    Helena, empress,
    Henna. See Enda.
    historicity of Lives of Ciaran,
    holy water,
    homiletic purpose of Lives,
    horse ploughing,
    hospitality, See also almsgiving.
    hound miraculously killed,
    Hyde, Dr. Douglas,
    hymn of Colum Cille,
    hymns to Ciaran,
    hypnotism,

    I (Iona),
    Illtyd, St.,
    Inis Aingin (Hare Island),
    Inis Cathaig (Scattery Island),
    Inis Clothrann,
    Inis Muige Samh (Inismacsaint), See also Ninned.
    intoxication,
    Iona. See I.
    Irluachra,
    Isel Chiarain,
    Iustus, See also Diarmait, deacon.

    Keranus, Kiaranus. See Ciaran.
    Kiarraighe. See Ciarraige.
    King, Adam, 8
    kings of Ireland, 103
    Kyaranus, Kyeranus. See Ciaran.

    Laigen (Laginensea, Lagenians, Leinstermen),
    Lann,
    Larne, See also Latharna.
    Lasrian, St.,
    Latharna,
    Latronenses. See Latharna.
    lepers and leprosy,
    Lissardowlin. See Ard Abla.
    Little Church of Cluain maccu Nois,
    Little Height of Cluain maccu Nois,
    Lives of Saints, their nature,
    Loch Erne. See Erne, Loch.
    Loch Rii. See Rib, Loch.
    Lonan the Left-handed,
    lucky and unlucky signs,
    Lucoll (Lucennus, Luchennus, Luctigernnus),
    Lugaid, priest,
    Lugaid, St.,
    Lugbeg,
    Lugbrann,
    Lugna maccu Moga Laim,
    Luimnech (Limerick),

    Mac Cuillind of Lusk,
    Mac Natfraeich,
    Mac Nisse,
    Mael-Odran,
    Mag Ai,
    Mag Molt,
    Magic,
    Maignenn, St.,
    manuscripts of Lives,
    matriarchate,
    merchants of wine,
    metres,
    Mide (Meath),
    Mil of Spain,
    Milesians,
    milk, miraculous supply of,
    mills,
    Mo-Beoc,
    Mo-Bi, St.,
    Mo-Chua, St.,
    mockery of druids,
    Moin Coise Bla,
    Mo-Laise, St.,
    Moling, St.,
    Mo-Lioc,
    Mugain,
    Muinis, bishop,
    Muireann,
    Muma (Mumenia, Munster, Mumunienses),
    Munnu, St.,

    nicknames,
    Ninned, St. (Nynnidus),
    Nunnery, Cluain maccu Nois,

    oats turned to wheat, See also transformations.
    Odran, Odranus,
    Odran of Letrecha Odrain,
    Oengus mac Crimthainn,
    Oengus the Culdee,
    Oenna maccu Laigsi (Aengus, Oenius),
    Oran, St.,
    oxen ploughing,

    pagan sanctuaries,
    panegyrics,
    Pata,
    Patrick, St.,
    Paul and Peter, SS., relics of,
    Paulinus,
    Peca,
    Peden, Alexander,
    pedigree of Ciaran. See Genealogy.
    periods of Ciaran's life,
    Pieran, St.,
    ploughing,
    Port of the Gospel, See also Inis Angin.
    Pre-Celthic tribes,
    priest, Ciaran consecrated,
    prophecies,
    Psalms, use of,

    Queranus. See Ciaran.
    quern, grinding at,
    Quiaranus, Quieranus, Quiranus. See Ciaran.

    raids on Cluain maccu Nois,
    Raithbeo (Raichbe),
    Raith Crimthainn,
    relics,
    resuscitation of animals,
    of boy,
    of Cluain,
    of murdered monks,
    process of,
    Rib, Loch (Loch Ree),
    robbers,
    Ruadan, St.,
    rule of St. Ciaran,

    Saehrimnir,
    Saigir (Seir-Kieran, King's Co.),
    Samthann, St.,
    Scattery Island. See Inis Cathaig.
    scent of wine on finger,
    secondary interments,
    Segine, abbot of I,
    Seir-Kieran. See Saigir.
    Senan, St.,
    separation of cows and calves,
    ship
    Sinann (Sinna, Synna, Shannon),
    slavery,
    springs, miraculous,

    taboo,
    Tailltiu (Telltown, Co. Meath),
    Tara. See Temair.
    Tech meic in tSaeir,
    Teffia. See Tethba.
    Temair (Tara, Co. Meath),
    Templemacateer,
    Templevickinloyhe,
    Tendenz of biographies of Ciaran,
    Tethba,
    threshing,
    Tigernmas,
    Tir na Gabrai,
    Toirdelbach o Briain,
    tonsure, effacement of,
    trade, Irish,
    transformations,
    tree, sacred,
    Tren,
    Tuathal Moel-Garb, king,
    Tulach na Crosain,
    twins,

    Ui Failge,
    Ui Maine,
    Ui Neill,
    Uis. See Iustus.
    Uisnech,
    uncle, relationship of,

    voice, recognition by,
    voice heard from long distance,
    voice from heaven,

    water turned to honey,
    to wine, See also transformations.
    whirlpool,
    wine,
    Winefred, St.,
    wizards,
    wolves,
    women, relations with,

    Yseal, Ysseal. See Isel.

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