Origin : Irish Mythology,

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Lugh Expression, Lugh Soul Urge, Lugh Inner Dream


Additional information Lugh:

additionalProbably an Irish form of LUGUS. In Irish mythology Lugh was a divine hero who led the Tuatha De Danann against the Fomorians who were led by his grandfather Balor. Lugh killed Balor by shooting a stone into his giant eye.


Definition funny of Lugh:

urbanLugh is the Celtic god of the sun, champions, creative arts, creativity, inspiration, protection, love, romance, sexuality, beauty, strength, empowerment, abundance, prosperity, wealth, and enrichment.

urbanLugh, the lord of the sun.

urbanTypo for luagh.

urbanI is teh lugh @ j00!


Songs about Lugh:

songsLugh by Kellianna from the Album The Ancient Ones

songsLugh by John Wetton from the Album Excalibur II: L'Anneau Des Celtes (By Alan Simon)

songsAmazon Pumaz (Lugh Dessire Remix) by Squarz Kamel from the Album Amazon Pumaz

songsAyur Lugh (Kurdish) by Jasmin from the Album Persian & Armenian Love Songs

songsBoyne River-Lugh's Chain by David Swan Montgomery from the Album The High Man

songsColossos (Squarz Kamel & Lugh Dessire Remix) by Futurastica from the Album Colossos

songsThe Coming Of Lugh (Featuring Cait McWhir - Vocals) by Haunted By Waters from the Album Like The Dust


Books about Lugh:

booksLUGH: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Religion by Elizabeth Gray (2005)

booksThe Coming of Lugh: A Celtic Wonder-Tale (Classic Reprint) by Ella Young (Jun 20, 2012)

booksMihte Lugh's Challenge: Can Jack defeat Balor of the Evil Eye? by Lookman, Kay Green and Ermisenda Alvarez (Nov 8, 2013)

booksMihte Lugh's Return: Arthur Unmasked by Lookman and Kay Green (Dec 11, 2013)

booksLugh, Emporio Commerciale Sul Giuba (Italian Edition) by Ugo Ferrandi (Mar 8, 2010)

booksLugh Lord of Light #1 by Mike Friedman (1987)

booksThe coming of Lugh: a Celtic wonder-tale by Young Ella (May 5, 2011)


Wiki information Lugh:


Lugh or Lug is an Irish deity represented in mythological texts as a hero and High King of the distant past. He is known by the epithets Lámhfhada, for his skill with a spear or sling, Ildánach, Samhildánach, Lonnbeimnech and Macnia, and by the...


Lughnasadh or Lughnasa is a Gaelic festival marking the beginning of the harvest season. Historically, it was widely observed throughout Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man. Originally it was held on 1 August, or about halfway between the summer...