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Irish Celtic Deities
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Hey everyone, I'm having trouble pronouncing the names of the Irish Gods and Goddesses, and if anyone can help me out with the pronunciation it would be appreciated. Thank you in advance, have a wonderful night/day everyone :).
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Re: Irish Celtic Deities
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Hey, i may be able to help. I'm Irish, and speak small amounts of Irish (gaelic) which is derived from the old Celtic languages, so if it's similar to Irish, i may be able to help. :)
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Re: Irish Celtic Deities
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Thank you any help would be appreciated, I've been interested in the Gods and Goddesses of the Tuatha de Danaan, and I completely don't know how to pronounce names such as these:

Cuchulainn
Gobniu
Ailill Dubh-Dedach
Dagda
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Re: Irish Celtic Deities
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Post # 4
The first one is defiantly pronounced like Coo (like a stereotypical owl noise) and then cullin, like the cullin family in the Twilight movies. Coo-cullin.

The second one looks pretty okay to me. pronounce as spelt would be my advice.

the third is pronounced ah-ielle (i think), dubh is pronounced like the word dove, with a u instead of an o, dubh (which is the irish word for black), and dedach is pronounced day-dach, with emphasis on the ach, lick a hacking noise.

the forth, like the second, sounds like it's spelt to me :)

hope i helped :)

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Re: Irish Celtic Deities
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Once again I thank you for helping me out, like I said above I've been really interested in the Gods and Goddesses of the Tuatha de Danaan and I just somehow feel really connected to them even thou I can't pronounce their names!. Even thou I've heard some people say be wary of the Morrigan, I just feel a strong connection towards her even thou I've never had a sort of conversation or anything of that sort with her.
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