Lugaid (Lughaid, Lughaidh) is a popular medieval Irish name, thought to be derived from the god Lug. It is borne by a number of figures from Irish history and mythology, including:


  • High Kings of Ireland 1
  • Other historical figures 2
  • Saints 3
  • See also 4
  • Further reading 5

High Kings of Ireland

Other historical figures


  • Saint Moluag (died 592), also known as Saint Lughaidh, 6th-century Irish Pict missionary
  • Saint Molua, 6th-century Irish saint, founder of Killaloe

See also

Further reading

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