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Cu·chul·ain

or Cu·chul·ainn also Cu Chul·ainn  (ko͞o-kŭl′ĭn, -KHŭl′-)
n.
A legendary hero of ancient Ulster who single-handedly defended it against the rest of Ireland.
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Cu•chul•ainn

(kuˈkʌl ɪn, ˈku xʊ lɪn)

n.
a hero of Ulster in Irish legend.
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