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Ibormeith

What is known about her is that she was a Goddess of the Tuatha De Danann and that a hill in southern Ireland was named for her. Description: Bear Goddess whose shrine once stood in what is now Berne, Switzerland. .

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The Celtic Encyclopedia, Volume V
such as Caer Ibormeith (yew) presided over this event. The first day of this event was concerned with the death of the sun god of the waning half of the year.
C, coll, obselete, the hazel. The totem bird for this letter is the corr or
CAER IBORMEITH, caer, yew; ibor, (full of) tricks, incantations; meith, fat, sappy, silken in texture. Sometimes entitled “Yew Berry.
Memórias de Doom, o pastor guerreiro
Caer Ibormeith - Celta, filha de Ethal Anbuais. Azuis.
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Caer Ibormeith: Irish goddess of sleeping and dreaming, lover of the love god Aengus.
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Caer Ibormeith - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Irish mythology, Caer Ibormeith was a daughter of Prince Ethal Anbuail of Sid Uamuin in Connacht.
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Aengus and Caer Ibormeith . 'She's Cáer Ibormeith (Yew Berry), daughter of Ethal Abuail, from Síd Úamuin in the province of Connacht.
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