An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Oirialla"

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# Uí Moccu Úais
## Uí Tuirtri, also spelt as Uí Tuirtre, meaning "descendants of Tort". They were based east of the [[Sperrin Mountains]] in eastern [[County Londonderry]] and [[County Tyrone|Tyrone]]. From 776, the Uí Thuirtri had moved east of the [[River Bann]] and into the over-kingdom of Ulaid, and by 919 they had lost all links to the Airgíalla.<ref name="DuffyEncyclopediaPg14"/>
# Uí Maic Cairthinn, meaning "descendants of Cairthend". Based south of [[Lough Foyle]] in north-western County Londonderry.
## Uí FiachrachMaic Arda SrathaCairthinn, meaning "descendants of Fiachrach of Ard StrawCairthend". Based atsouth of [[ArdstrawLough Foyle]] in modernnorth-daywestern County TyroneLondonderry. They became subject to the Cenél nEógain by the 12th-century, and expanded southwards into [[Lurg|Fir Luírg]], in County Fermanagh.<ref name="Cosgrove"/>
## Uí Fiachrach Arda Sratha, meaning "descendants of Fiachrach of Ard Straw". Based at [[Ardstraw]] in modern-day County Tyrone. They became subject to the Cenél nEógain by the 12th-century, and expanded southwards into [[Lurg|Fir Luírg]], in County Fermanagh.<ref name="Cosgrove"/>
# Uí Cremthainn, based in what is now parts of modern-day County Fermanagh, [[County Monaghan|Monaghan]], and Tyrone.
# Uí Méith, based in modern-day County Monaghan.
# Ind Airthir, meaning "Easternersna hOirthir".<ref name="DuffyEncyclopediaPg14"/> They were based around the city of [[Armagh]], and held control of the offices of the church in Armagh, which had preeminence in Ireland.<ref name="DuffyEncyclopediaPg14"/>
# [[Mourne (barony)|Mugdorna]], based in County Monaghan, however by the 12th-century had settled the territory of Bairrche, located in southern [[County Down]], and named it after themselves.<ref name="Magoo">[http://www.magoo.com/hugh/mughdhorna.html Magoo] - The Mughdorna</ref> Their name lives on as "Mourne", the present-day name for the area and the [[Mourne Mountains]].<ref name="Magoo"/>
# Fir Chraíbe, also known as the Fir na Chraíbe,<ref name="Warner60"/> meaning "men of the branch". They were located west of the River Bann in north-eastern County Londonderry. By the 9th-century they were a subject-people of the Cenél nEógain.<ref name="Warner60"/>