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(... deer). Irish.
A Celtic Artemis; a huntress figure associated with archery, the sanctity of forests and the wildlife therein, and the chase. Unlike Artemis, however, Her lustiness and sexual appetite is legendary.
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- Adammair: Irish god of sex and resilience, husband of the goddess of the wood Flidais. Addanc, Affanc: Welsh god.
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- There is also “an identification of Danu, mother of the gods, with Flidais of the cattle.” She was one Danann – Danann was one of the four daughters of Flidais.
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- Celtic Goddess. Flidais. Name: Flidais / Fliethas.
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- Flidais Fliodhais , Flidhais , Flidas [cf. Old Irish os , deer] Woodland goddess of venery and wild things, mistress to stags , reputed to drive a.
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