Origin : Scottish, Irish,

Pronunciation : PAD-ar  ,

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Peadar Expression, Peadar Soul Urge, Peadar Inner Dream


Numerology information Peadar:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless


Additional information Peadar:

additionalIrish and Scottish form of PETER


Definition funny of Peadar:

urbanClosely related to Geo-Gobshite. This word originates from the anglised variations of the Irish Padraic or Patrick. It is in use in common parlance to refer to a rather angry young Irish male from the hills.

urbanahh Pea-dar 'tis yourself.

urbanA large male irish man whos likes to jill-off i.e a metro-sexual

urbando i look gay in this thong?


Songs about Peadar:

songsTribute to Peadar O'Donnell / Takarazaka by Jerry Douglas from the Album Transatlantic Sessions - Series 2, Vol. Two

songsTribute to Peadar O'Donnell by Moving Hearts from the Album Live in Dublin

songsThe Bush in Bloom, Munster Reel and Captain Kelly's (feat. Maeve Donnelly, Peadar O'Loughlin & Eamonn Cotter) by Geraldine Cotter from the Album Piano+

songsDown By The Glenside (Peadar Kearney) by Paddy Reilly from the Album The Girls Won't Leave The Boys Alone

songsJigs: Peadar O'Loughlin's/ Hardiman's Fancy/ Hag with the Money by Chicago Reel from the Album Chicago Reel

songsMay Morning Dew (Tribute To Peadar O'Donnell_ by Druha Trava from the Album Shuttle to Bethlehem

songsPeadar Clancy's / Keash Mountain / Colman's Cross by Castle Céilí Band from the Album Irish Traditional Pub Music


Books about Peadar:

booksPeadar O'Donnell: A Reader's Guide by Alexander Gonzalez (Apr 28, 1997)

booksPeadar O'Donnell by Peter Hegarty (Sep 1999)

booksPeadar a Bruidhinn Gaidhlig: Peadar Rabaid is a Charaidean (Scots Gaelic Edition) by Beatrix Potter, Margaret Bennett, Dr. John MacInnes and Mairi Sine Campbell (May 31, 2010)

booksIslanders / by Peadar O'Donnell ; with an introduction by Robert Lynd by Peadar O'Donnell (1965)

booksPeadar O'Donnell (The Irish writers series) by Grattan Freyer (Sep 30, 1975)

booksPeadar, an t-Iasgair (As a Bhioball) by Christina Mackenzie (Jun 1981)

booksPeadar Poilin! by Mairtin. O Corrbui (1987)


Wiki information Peadar:

Peadar Kearney
Writer, Lyricist, Composer, Musical Artist, Person, Organization member, Deceased Person

Peadar Kearney was an Irish republican and composer of numerous rebel songs. In 1907 he wrote the lyrics to "The Soldier's Song", now the Irish national anthem. He was the uncle of Irish writers Brendan Behan and Dominic Behan.

Peadar O'Donnell
Novelist, Politician, Person, Author, Deceased Person

Peadar O'Donnell was one of the foremost radicals of twentieth-century Ireland. O'Donnell became prominent as an Irish republican, socialist activist, politician and writer.