Numerology information Maigh:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace


Definition funny of Maigh:

urbanSynonymous with the alpha member or the most skilled member of a group. Can be used as a noun or as an adjective. Used when one has been worked or one is the obvious mack

urbanDid you see that boy shred that pipe, he is so maigh! Be careful yo, one wrong step and you're going to get maighed.


Songs about Maigh:

songsSlán Le Maigh by Lynn Hilary from the Album Take Me With You

songsSlán Le Maigh by Lynn Hilary from the Album Take Me With You

songsSlán le Maigh by Shelley Phillips and Friends from the Album The Wood Between the Worlds

songsMaigh Seola and the Ballina Barndance by Raglan from the Album Raglan A New Dawn

songsSlan Le Maigh by Na Fili from the Album Festival Of Traditional Irish Music

songsSlan Le Maigh by The Wildlife from the Album Inspired by Sherlock Holmes

songsSlan Le Maigh by Na Filí from the Album Follow Me Down To Limerick


Books about Maigh:

booksMaigh Nuad Saothru Na Gaelige by Etain O Siochain (1995)

booksMaigh Malhaar by Dr. Tahir Saeed Haroon (2007)

booksAllah Maigh De by Tariq Mahmood (1995)

booksTuras Go Maigh EO by Maoliosa NI Chleirigh and Roisin Cure (Dec 10, 2008)

booksWhite Canons Abbeytown Cill-na-Manach, 1260-1990: The History of the Monastery of the White Canons and Other Historical... by Jim; McHugh, Anna Higgins (1990)

booksTulsk Parish in Historic Maigh Ai: Aspects of Its History and Folklore by Mary Gormley (1989)

booksMaigh Cuilinn - a Muintir : Moycullen - Its People


Wiki information Maigh:

County Mayo
Administrative Division, Dated location, Filming location, Newspaper circulation area, Sports Team Location, Travel destination, Statistical region, Location, Fictional Setting

County Mayo is a county in Ireland. It is located in the West Region, and it is also part of the province of Connacht. It is named after the village of Mayo, which is now generally known as Mayo Abbey. Mayo County Council is the local authority for...

Maigh Seóla

Maigh Seóla was the territory that included land along the east shore of Lough Corrib in County Galway, Ireland. It was bounded by the Uí Maine vassal kingdom of Soghain. Its rulers up to the 1220s were the Muintir Murchada, who took the surname...