Index of Names in Irish Annals: Bruatur

by Mari Elspeth nic Bryan (Kathleen M. O'Brien)

© 2000-2007 by Kathleen M. O'Brien. All rights reserved.
Version 2.0, updated 02 March 2007

Masculine Given Names: Bruatur


What we know as a set of Irish Annals are manuscripts that were each compiled during a particular time period, usually using older material as sources. For example, when the Annals of the Four Masters were written from 1632 to 1636, they covered events that occurred centuries and millenia before (including legendary history). So, when an entry in this set of annals refers to a person who lived in the year 738, the spelling used for that person's name is very likely not using the spelling that would have been used in 738.

Standard forms of this name (based on spelling systems of different periods) would be:

Frequency & Dates:

Number of men found in the annals with this name: 10
Found in Years: 809, 848, 850, 852, 852, 853, 860, 893, 895, 899, 935, 937, 966, 981, 982, 1014

Research Notes:


Further information about the name Bruatur may be found in:

The Sources page lists the Annals referenced below. Information about secondary sources is included on that page as well.

Raw Data

In the table below, I have separated individuals with a blank line. That is, when there are multiple entries in the annals that refer to a single person, those entries are grouped together.

Within the list of entries refering to a single person, I have sorted the entries primarily by orthography when it is obvious that what I am seeing is the same entry showing up in multiple annals. The entries that tend to use older spellings are listed first.

Special factors which may affect name usage are marked in the context column.

ANindicates a member of an Anglo-Norman family
ASindicates an Anglo-Saxon
Nindicates a Norseman
Pindicates a Pict
Rindicates a person holding a religious office
Sindicates a person from Scotland

NOTE: The Annals referenced below under the code letters A, B, C, E, & F tend to use later spellings than the other Annals. In some cases, the spellings listed in these Annals may not be appropriate for the year referenced in the Annal entry.

In some Gaelic scripts, there is a character that looks approximately like a lowercase f, but without the crossbar. This character (represented by an underscored , e, in the entries below) sometimes represents e and sometimes ea depending upon the context of the text.

AnnalsEntryContextCitation (formatting preserved)
(d. 809)
AM809.17Bruadar, tighearna Ua Fidgeinte
(d. 850)
UU850.4Broen m. Ruadhrach, rex Nepotum Craumthain, & duo germani eius .i. Fogertach & Bruatur ["Braen son of Ruaidrí, king of Uí Chremthainn, and his two brothers, Fogartach and Bruatur"]
AM848.12Braon, mac Ruadhrach, tigherna Ua Crumthainn, & a dhá bhrathair, Fogartach & Bruatar
(d. 852)
AM852.7Bruadar, mac Cind Faolaidh, tigherna Musgraighe
AM899.8Mac Leighinn, mac Bruadair, tighearna Muscraighe Breogain
(d. 851-853)
UU853.3Bruatur filio Aedho
AM851.9Bruadar, mac Aedha
UU853.3Bruatur filius Aedho
AM851.9Bruadar, mac Aedha
(d. 860)
AM860.7Bruadar, mac Dunlaing, tigherna Corca Loeghdhe
(d. ?)
AM895.10Rian, mac Bruadair
(d. ?)
AM893.12trí mac n-Duibhghiolla mic Bruadair
(d. 935-937)
UU937.2Bruatur m. Duibgille, rex Nepotum Ceinnsealaigh
BM935.15Bruadar, mac Duibhghiolla, tighearna Ua c-Ceinnsealaigh
BM966.6Ronán, mac Bruadair, mic Duibhgiolla
(d. 981-982)
UU982.1Bruatur m. Tigernaigh, rí H. Cennsealaigh
TT982.1Bruadar mac Eachthigirn, rí h-Úa Cendselaig
CSCS982Bruatur mac EctigernH. Cinnsiolaigh
BM981.3Bruadar mac Eichthighern, tigherna Ua c-Ceinnsealaigh
(d. 1014)
CSCS1014NBruadur taoisioch na n-Danur ["Bruadar chief of the Danes"]

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