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Cyhiraeth

(compare with Celtic "Cyhiraeth", North Munster "Aiobhill", and South Munster " Cliodna", . This definition comes from Steve Vander Ark of Harry Potter Lexicon.

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for they shrieked like Cyhiraeth, goddess of woodland streams, who wraiths through the dark screaming at those about to die.
villages
Cyhiraeth was the reason for the noise. It would let out terrifying moans that people could hear from a distance.
Whispering Woods Faery Lore Course
Cyhiraeth (kuh-HEE-ryth) - This is a Cornish banshee who is said to have long black teeth. She originally was a Welsh Goddess of streams.
Test abonnement
Cyhiraeth, Cyhraeth: Welsh goddess of streams. Cymidei Cymeinfoll: Welsh war goddess. D.
The Lion Wakes
for they shrieked like Cyhiraeth, goddess of woodland streams, who wraiths through the dark screaming at those about to die.

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Des graines de mot
Celui de Cyhiraeth, hier, aussi l'├ętait. Brian. Moi une fois j'en ai fait 15 des ricochets.

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Cyhyraeth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cyhiraeth
Aug 12, 1997 The Celtic goddess of streams. She later entered folklore as a spectre haunting woodland streams.
Celtic Gods and Goddesses
Cyhiraeth's Cathedra
Feb 13, 2011 Cyhiraeth (kuh-HEE-ryth) is a Celtic water goddess.
Cyhiraeth
Cyhiraeth cu-HEER-aeth. W.: from hiraeth: "mourning".

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