In Irish mythology Conand (a.k.a. Conann and Conaing) was a leader of the Fomorians who lived in a tower on Tory Island. He oppressed the followers of Nemed, demanding a huge tribute of their produce and children. Eventually Nemed's people rose up and killed him, destroying his tower. After his death, Morc, another Fomorian massacred Nemed's surviving followers.
- MacKillop, James (2004). A Dictionary of Celtic Mythology, Conand, Conann, Connan…. Oxford University Press. p. 490. ISBN 9780198609674. Retrieved 2013-03-19.
- de Jubainville, Henry Arbois (1903). The Irish Mythological Cycle and Celtic Mythology. Hodges and Figgis. p. 64.
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