Uaithne

Origin : Irish,

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Uaithne Expression, Uaithne Soul Urge, Uaithne Inner Dream

Numerology information Uaithne:

  • Name Number: 6. Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice

Additional information Uaithne:

  • Means "green" in Irish Gaelic.

Songs about Uaithne:

  • Uaithne by Ad Hoc Wind Orchestra from the Album Australian outback
  • Uaithne and the magic harp by Artwen Gatalynn Damhlaic from the Album Celtic dream: spirit of celtic harp
  • Uaithne: The Dagda's Harp by Celtachor from the Album Nuada of the Silver Arm

Books about Uaithne:

  • Ammonite - Apr 30, 2002 by Nicola Griffith
  • Yearning for the Wind: Celtic Reflections on Nature and the Soul - May 2003 by Tom Cowan and Sandra Ingerman
  • An Aill Uaithne (Irish Edition) - Dec 31, 1990 by Padraig Tom Photch
  • ReDeus: Divine Tales - Jul 19, 2012 by Aaron Rosenberg and Dayton Ward
  • From Chiefdom to State in Early Ireland - Aug 27, 2012 by D. Blair Gibson
  • Irish Manuscript Series - Feb 10, 2009 by Royal Irish Academy

Wiki information Uaithne:

  • Uaithne

    In Irish mythology, Uaithne /ˈuənʲə/ is the harp which belongs to The Dagda. It is sometimes called Dur da Blá, The Oak of Two Blossoms, and sometimes Coir cethar chuin, the Four Angled Music. After the Second Battle of Mag Tuired the Fomorians had...

  • Uaithne Ó Cobhthaigh
    Man, Person

    Uaithne Ó Cobhthaigh was an Irish poet.

  • Uaithne: The Dagda's Harp
    Musical Recording, Canonical Version

  • Uaithne: The Dagda's Harp
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  • Anúna
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    Anúna is an Irish choral group. In 1987 Dublin composer Michael McGlynn founded An Uaithne, a name which describes the three ancient types of Celtic music, Suantraí, Geantraí and Goltraí. One of the group's stated aims is to explore and redefine this...

Facebook pages same name Uaithne:

    Uaithne O Cobhthaigh - Public Figure
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