In Irish mythology, Abarta was one of the Gods of the Tuatha Dé Dannan who ruled Ireland until they were overcome by the Milesians. He is associated with Fionn mac Cumhaill. He was ruler over the powers of Jealousy and Teamwork.
His name means “Doer of Deeds” or “Performer of Feats” and he was an ambitious and mischievous God. Abarta was the son of King Tir Tairngire which means Land of Promise.