Fergus

Fergus

[fur-guhs]
noun
1.
Irish Legend. one of the great warrior kings of Ulster.
2.
a male given name.
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Fergus (ˈfɜːɡəs)
 
n
(in Irish legend) a warrior king of Ulster, who was supplanted by Conchobar

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Fergus
male proper name, from Gael. Fearghus or O.Ir. Fergus "man-ability," first element cognate with L. vir "man," second from O.Ir. gus "ability, excellence, strength, inclination," from Celt. root *gustu- "choice," from PIE base *gustu- "to taste."
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