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faery goddess, name derives from, goddess of love, brigit


Author: Obsidian

Brightness, glow, splendour, glory. Irish.

A Faery Goddess of love and desire, she is also the tutelary Goddess of Knockany, Munster. In that her name derives from the root for "fire", She may be considered as an aspect of the Brigit.

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