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2015-03-17 04:23:53

While people across the world adorn green in the spirit of St.

2015-03-02 23:07:12

Don’t get pinched this year for forgetting to wear green on St. Patrick’s Day! Gaggifts.com found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, and waiting for them were these 2015 St.

2014-06-19 08:29:01

HOUSTON, June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Solanbridge Group Inc (OTC: SLNX) is pleased to announce that on Friday, June 20, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.

2014-03-12 12:27:37

SEATTLE, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Some might not feel so lucky that St.

2014-03-10 08:27:36

SEABROOK, N.J., March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Seabrook House is proud to announce that they are once again sponsoring the Sober St.

2013-12-18 13:25:55

The generally poor health of Irish immigrants to England during most of the 20th century was not caused primarily by difficulties of assimilation or tensions between the two nations, but by the abuse Irish expatriates suffered as children in their homeland.

2013-08-30 23:28:14

Celtic jewelry craftsman Stephen Walker adds videos of his workshop to show how wedding rings, Celtic crosses and other jewelry are made.


Latest Celtic culture Reference Libraries

Manx Loaghtan
2014-10-16 09:49:26

The Manx loaghtan is a breed of domestic sheep that originated in the Isle of Man. This breed descended from primitive sheep that once resided on the Hebrides, the Shetland Islands, and Scotland. Its name is derived from the Manx term lugh dhoan, which means mouse brown and is the color of the breed. The Manx loaghtan is small in size and the wool is dark brown in color, with the legs and face holding no wool. This breed is not polled, or hornless, and although the preferred amount of...

Dobhar-chu
2013-08-19 09:28:43

The Dobhar-chu, from Irish folklore, is a freshwater cryptid covered in fur and said to have the characteristics of both an otter and a dog, being approximately seven feet from head to tail. The word Dobhar-chu could be translated to “water hound”. It is also known to some locals as the Irish crocodile, not from appearance, but by its viciousness. It is said to be able to move swiftly in or out of the water. Many sightings have been reported with the most recent being in 2003 when a...

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sipe
  • a slit in a tire to drain away surface water and improve traction.
The word 'sipe' comes from Old English and is related to 'seep'.
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