|Uurad (possibly Ferat or Feradach)|
|King of the Picts|
|Successor||Bridei son of Uurad|
No two versions of the king-lists, known as the Pictish Chronicle, give exactly the same version of his name. Ferat, or Uurad in Pictish, is the most common reading, but Feradach may be intended.
- Whitelock, Dorothy; McKitterick, Rosamond; Dumville, David (1982). Ireland in Early Medieval Europe: Studies in Memory of Kathleen Hughes. Cambridge University Press. p. 112. ISBN 9780521235471.
- Early Sources, p. cxxvii.
- In the case of Alpín, Uuroid is read as Feradach.
- Early Sources, p. 266, note 2.
| King of the Picts
Bridei son of Uurad