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King Eochaid has horse's ears (Author: Unknown)

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So the two of them went home, and the hosts were joyful thereat. However, it was a sore trouble for the youth to keep his secret, so that he was thrown upon his bed in a wasting lingering illness and in a fever and leprosy and great misery, without strength and energy. One day, to seek healing and cure the youth went to the house of a certain seer-leech who was in Gensille. As he was crossing the moor in Gensille which is called Moin Coimthechta he fell upon his face, so that three streams of blood broke from his lips and nostrils, and thereby he was cured.