Brigit

Irish - Goddess of cattle, fertility and fire, healing, poetry and smiths. Daughter of the Dagda and Dana or Boann. Mother of Ruadan by Bres. In some accounts she was the wife of the Dagda, in others his daughter, while others say that she was the wife of Turenn and mother of his three sons, Brian, Iuchar and Iucharba. Some say she owned two oxen, Fea and Feimhean, and a boar, Treithirne. In some accounts there were three Brigits, sister-goddesses, who others regard as a single person. In other accounts she was Dana. Identified as Brigit, Birgit, Birgit, Brigit, Brigit, Brid, Brid, Bride, Bride, Bridget, Bridget, Brigit, Brigit, Brig, Brig, Briggida, Briggida, Brighid, Brighid, Brigid, Brigid, Mary of the Gaels, Mary of the Gaels, Brigit, Mary of the Irish, Mary of the Irish or Brigit.
Irish - A saint, the Christian version of the goddess Brigit. Daughter of Dubhthach and Broicseach. In some accounts Broicseach was Dubhthach's slave and the young Brigit was sold to a druid who reared her. In one story she knocked out one of her eyes to make herself unattractive to suitors but later restored her own sight. In another she diverted the attention of soldiers, enabling the Virgin Mary and Jesus to escape capture. She is said to have turned the horse's ears of Labraid, king ofLeinster back to normal human ears. Her feast day is 1 February. In some lore, occasionally called Brigit, Birgit, Birgit, Brigit, Brigit, Brid, Brid, Bride, Bride, Bridget, Bridget, Brigit, Brigit, Brig, Brig, Briggida, Briggida, Brighid, Brighid, Brigid, Brigid, Mary of the Gaels, Mary of the Gaels, Brigit, Mary of the Irish, Mary of the Irish or Brigit.
Irish - One of the 2 pillars (the other is Patrick) said to support the island. Occasionally identified as Brigit, Birgit, Birgit, Brigit, Brigit, Brid, Brid, Bride, Bride, Bridget, Bridget, Brigit, Brigit, Brig, Brig, Briggida, Briggida, Brighid, Brighid, Brigid, Brigid, Mary of the Gaels, Mary of the Gaels, Brigit, Mary of the Irish, Mary of the Irish or Brigit.

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