Morda

Morda is a village on the outskirts of the town of Oswestry, Shropshire, England, located near the border of England and Wales.

It is named after the River Morda, which, with the River Tanat, is one of the first major tributaries joining the River Severn as it wends its way from its birthplace on Plynlimon, mid-Wales, to the Bristol Channel.

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Brian Boru - Biography - First High King of The Irish
... which one of Brian's sons insults Máel Morda, which leads him to declare his independence from Brian's authority ... Whatever the actual reason was, Máel Morda sought allies with which to defy the High-King ... Máel Morda may have hoped that by defying Brian, he could enlist the aid of all the other regional rulers Brian had forced to submit to him ...
Isabel De Clare, 4th Countess Of Pembroke - Ancestry
... O'Toole Muitchertach O'Toole, King of the Ui Muirdeaigh Sabh Mael Morda O'Domnail Mor O'Toole Loigsig O'Morda, King of Loigsig Cacht Inion Loigsig O'Morda Gormlaith Inion Finn O'Caellaide (O'Kell ...
Taran Wanderer - Plot Summary
... the first to disappear in animal form, for a human wizard Morda has attained power to enchant them, and to raid their underground realms ... Taran and Gurgi investigate Morda's abode, followed by Fflewddur, but all are captured by his snares ... After explaining himself (history, boasts, plans), Morda turns Fflewddur and Gurgi into a hare and a mouse, but fails to transform Taran ...
Morda - Football Club
... Morda is home to the football club Morda United F.C ... who play their home games at the Weston Road Ground ...
Morda Tramway
... The Morda Tramway refers to two industrial railways south of Oswestry, on the border between England and Wales ... They connected the coal pits around Morda to transport networks, the first to the Montgomery Canal and the second to the Cambrian Railways at Whitehaven ...