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For the wooden building block system, see KEVA planks. For the radio station, see KEVA. For the village in Iran, see Keva, Iran. For Finnish pension insurance company, see Keva Pension Agency.
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Caoimhe or Cébha "of the Fair Skin" (known as Keeva or Keva in English) was a minor character in the Fenian Cycle of Irish mythology, daughter of the hero Fionn mac Cumhail and wife of his enemy, Goll mac Morna.
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