Ruaraidh

Origin : Scottish,

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Ruaraidh Expression, Ruaraidh Soul Urge, Ruaraidh Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Ruaraidh:

additionalScottish cognate of RUAIDHRÍ

urban

Definition funny of Ruaraidh:

urbanHairy mythical beast. Dwells down plugholes to feast on giant spiders. Often works as a librarian or book-shop owner. closely related to Bill Bailey. If you see one, run away immediately. They are very dangerous and quick over short distances, as they have stump legs and run like pidgeons.

urbanThe book I bought from Ruaraidh, it gave me clap. Whats that coming from my plug-hole?? AHHHH ITS A RUARAIDH!!!! Man, that guy looks like Bill Bailey! Its ok, its just a Ruaraidh. DON'T LOOK AT IT DIRECTLY IN THE EYES!!!

urbanA Ruaraidh is a large scottish mammal, often found in search for Guiness. It can switch from nocturnal to normal in a day. This is a skilled and friendly creature that has the ability to recall hundreds of LOST episodes at any moment. If you are planning to keep a Ruaraidh, make sure you let it out to play football alot. Ruaraidhs also, strangely enough, listen to the same music as prepubescent teenage girls.

urbanHave you meet John? Hes a Ruaraidh when it comes to LOST.

songs

Songs about Ruaraidh:

songsCavers of Kirkcudbright/Ruaraidh Mor's Lullaby by Malinky from the Album Flower & Iron

songsPuirt-a-Beul: Seice Ruaraidh / Ruidhleadh / Fear an Duin-Mhor by Glasgow Gaelic Choir from the Album Orain Is Puirt-a-Beul

books

Books about Ruaraidh:

booksTHE OLD TRIBUTE AND OTHER PIECES. Translated from the Gaelic by the Honourable Ruaraidh Erskine of Marr. by Stuart Ruaraidh Joseph. Hon. Erskine (1929)

wiki

Wiki information Ruaraidh:

Ruaraidh Murray
Actor, Person, Film actor

Ruaraidh Murray is an actor.

Derick Thomson
Author, Musical Artist, Deceased Person, Person

Professor Derick S. Thomson MA, BA, Dlitt, FRSE, FBA, known as Ruaraidh MacThòmais in his native Scottish Gaelic, was a Scottish poet, publisher, lexicographer, academic and writer. He was originally from Lewis, but spent much of his life in Glasgow,...