The Scairbhín ( pronounced skara-veen) is an Irish weather phenomenon I know only too well, but until very recently, did not know it had a name. It translates as ‘the rough month of the cuckoo’ from the phrase… Read More
Posted on 29th Jun 2015 by Ali Isaac
Brigid, Imbolc, Ireland, irish archaeology, Irish Mythology, loughcrew, Sliabh na Caillaigh, the cuckoo, the otherworld, the Paps of Anu, the Scairbhín, Tir na tSamraidh
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