Manannan-mac-lir meaning

(Irish mythology) The sea and weather god, usually counted as one of the Tuatha Dé Danann, and the husband of Fand. Given name: Orbsen or Oirbsen.
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Origin of manannan-mac-lir

  • The name Manannan derives from an earlier name for the Isle of Man, and his patronymic mac Lir was metaphorical and meant "son of the sea (Ler).

    From Wiktionary