On Mon, Aug 1, 2011 at 11:49 PM, Dennis King <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I don't know where this kingdom was, but Soghain has to be the genitive.
> I'd guess that the nominative is Soghan, thus "the king of Soghan".
Corcu Sogain or Corcu Sodhain or Corcu Sogan or Corcu Suigin or
Sodraige: [It seems there were several branches of this tribe]
A Daertuath Caisil. sogain in Mide, LL 274; Ua Labrat, Rí Sogain,
BKells Charters (ed. O’D), 27a; the Sogain (of Ulster?), Uí Echach
Coba, Uí Méith Macha and Conaille Muirthemne are of the same stock, H.
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