Maen, Maoin, Maon or Main), son of Óengus Olmucaid, who, according to medieval legend and tradition, was a High King of Ireland, who in turn was the son of Fíachu Labrainne.
His Son was Rothechtaid mac Main, who according to medieval legend and tradition, was a High King of Ireland.
Category:Legendary Irish kings
Usage examples of "maen".
From that flat space Clare could see far and away, spying the great rounded billow of Mynydd Maen -- the Mountain of Stone.
I got the idea from Maen that Caranis had romantic thoughts about some of his people.
And thither did they follow them, and they made a vast slaughter of them there, so that they fled again as far as the place called Dol Pen Maen, and there they halted and sought to make peace.