Eth. ROBOGDII (Eth. Ῥοβόγδιοι, Ptol. 2.2.3), a people in the northernmost part of Hibernia, whose name, according to Camden (p. 1411), is still perpetuated in that of a small episcopal town called Robogh in Ulster. [T.H.D]
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