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Celtic Goddess Names - T, U & V

An Irish-Celtic earth-goddess, the wet-nurse of Lugh. She raised him until he was able to carry arms.

The Celtic goddess of fresh waters. Her name survives in the English River Thames and in Tamise, a French name for the Schelde (Scheldt).

Tylwyth Teg
Collective name for the Welsh fairies.

("spectral") Irish/Scottish. The daughter of Scathach and, like her, a lover of CuChulainn.

The Celtic goddess of the river Wharfe (North Yorkshire, England).

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