And the Dagda brought his two builders, Garbhan and Imheall, to the place, and he bade them build a rath there round the grave.
The Dagda—the good god—seems to have been head of the Irish Olympus.
Again the Dagda touched the strings, and this time the magic Music of Mirth leaped from the harp.
She is the daughter of Dagda, the goddess of the Brigantes; but she is more.
The Cóir Anmann explains Dagda as "fire of god" (daig and déa).
Danu, mother of the race, was considered as a daughter of Dagda.
Dagda, the Irish corn god, had for wife Boann, the goddess of the river Boyne.
The whole of Ireland is scoured to find her; the Dagda is appealed to in vain.
At the time of their conquest, Dagda their high king made a distribution of all such palaces in his kingdom.
Dagda's cauldron came from Murias, probably an oversea world.