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Term: Finn Mac Cumhail


Finn Mac Cumhail: (fin mok kool) - The great hero and incarnation of Uindos (or Cernunnos, in Greek), son of Noudons in a group of great epic tales and romances called the Fenian cycle.
source: The Truth About Druids, Tadhg MacCrossan

Uindos: An ancient Celtic god, son of Noudons, in a group of great epic tales and romances called the Fenian cycle. Uindos is also called Cernunnos (Greek). Most famous incarnation is as Finn Mac Cumhail.
source: The Truth about Druids, Tadhg MacCrossan

Cernunnos: The Greek name for ancient Celtic god Uindos, son of Noudons, who is featured in a group of great epic tales and romances called the Fenian cycle. Most famous incarnation is as Finn Mac Cumhail.
source: The Truth About Druids, Tadhg MacCrossan

Also See: Finn Mac CumhailUindos


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