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Aibheall

Aibheall

Aibheall Bright; Sparkling; Beautiful; Effulgent Pronounced: Ee-vahl Also known as: Aoibheall; Aibell; Aivell Origin: Ireland Classification: Tuatha Dé Danann; Sidhe; ...
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Amadan

Amadan The Fool of the Forth; The Stroke Lad Also known as: Amadan Mor; Amadan na Bruidne; Amadan na Briona ...
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Angus Mac Og

Angus Mac Og The Young Son; Angus of the Birds Also known as: Aengus; Oengus; Aonghus Classification: Tuatha Dé Danaan ...
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Aoife (1)

Aoife (1) Origin: Ireland Aoife is the second of Ailill of Aran’s three beautiful daughters. He offers them in marriage, ...
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Aoife (2)

Aoife (2) Origin: Ireland Two women loved the same man, son of Manannan and grandson of Lir, Lord of the ...
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Ban Naomha

Ban Naomha Also known as: Ban-na-Naomha Origin: Ireland Ban Naomha means “Woman of the Well” or “Lady of the Well.” ...
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Banshee

Banshee

A banshee is afemale Death Omenspirit of Ireland and Scotland that attaches itself to families—especially those whose surnames begin with ...
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Becuma

Becuma Origin: Ireland Becuma was the wife of Conn, King of Ireland, who first saw her mysteriously emerging from a ...
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Blathnat

Blathnat Also known as: Blathnait; Blathnet Origin: Ireland Classification: Tuatha Dé Danaan Blathnat, the Flower Maiden, is Angus Og’s foster ...
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Boann

Boann Also known as: Boand Classification: Tuatha Dé Danaan Boann is the spirit of Ireland’s Boyne River, responsible for its ...
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Brigid

Brigid Fiery Arrow; The Bright One; Lady of the Shores; The Ashless Flame; Moon Crowned Queen of the Undying Flame ...
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Caer Ibormeith

Caer Ibormeith Yew Berry Origin: Ireland Angus Mac Og, Lord of Love, fell asleep, dreamed of a mysterious, beautiful woman, ...
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Cliodna

Cliodna Pronounced: Clee-na Classification: Tuatha Dé Danaan Origin: Ireland Cliodna, goddess of love, beauty, healing, and death, presides over an ...
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Delvcaem

Delvcaem Fair Shape Origin: Ireland Conn of the Hundred Battles, King of Ireland, was mourning the death of his beloved ...
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Dian Cécht

Dian Cécht Origin: Ireland Classification: Tuatha Dé Danaan Dian Cécht is the lord of healing, divine physician and smith. He ...
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Fand

Fand

Fand The Pearl of Beauty Origin: Isle of Man Fand, a sea spirit, was once the bride of Manannan, powerful ...
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Far Darria

Far Darria In Irish folklore, a fairy who wears a red cap and coat and spends his time at practical ...
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Fergus

Fergus Lord of Fertility Also known as: Fergus mac Roich Origin: Ireland Fergus is a euhemerized deity, meaning a deity ...
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