# ''Fir Lí'': Lonnaithe taobh thiar den Bhanna i lár-oirthear an Doire. Faoin 9ú haois, faoi cheannas Chineál Eoghain ab ea iad ab ea iad fosta.<ref name="Warner60"/>
[[File:Ireland early peoples and politics.gif|thumb|Luath-dhreamanna i nÉirinn agus seacht 'gcúige', mar a fhaightear i [[Leabhar na gCeart]] den 11ú
-haois. Sa léarscáil seo, feictear ''Uí Thuirtre, Uí Cremmthain, Airthir, Uí Méith, Mughdorna'' lastigh de ''Airgialla''; feictear ''Fir Lí'' lasmuigh; ní fheictear ''Uí Mhic Cairthinn, Uí Fiachrach Arda Sratha, Fir Chraíbe''; ach feictear ''Dairtre, Fir Rois'' lastigh fosta.]]
''The Uí Tuirtri, Uí Maic Cairthinn, and Uí Fiachrach Arda Sratha, were collectively known as the Uí Moccu Úais as they claimed descent from Colla Uais.<ref name="DuffyEncyclopediaPg14"/> The pedigrees in the [[Leabhar Laighneach]] states that Colla Uais had two sons, Erc and Fiachra Tort. From Fiachra Tort came the Uí Tuirtri. From Erc, came Cairthend and Fiachrach, who were respectively the ancestors of the Uí Maic Cairthinn and the Uí Fiachrach Arda Sratha. The Fir Lí are also claimed as being descended from Fiachra Tort, though other sources claim they descend from another son of Colla Uais called Faradach.
''The Uí Moccu Uais were also found in sa Mhí .<ref name="DuffyEncyclopediaPg14"/> They were known as Uí Moccu Uais Midi and Uí Moccu Uais Brega.