Dagda

NOUN
  1. chief Celtic god of the Tuatha De Danann; father of Angus Og and Brigit
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How To Use Dagda In A Sentence

  • And while they were in the midst of their banqueting, the door was suddenly burst open, and the Dagda stood there, with his men.
  • Once more the Dagda touched his harp, but very, very softly. And now a music stole forth as soft as dreams, and as sweet as joy: it was the magic Music of Sleep.
  • When they were all deep in slumber, the Dagda took his magic harp, and he and his golden-haired warriors stole softly away, and came in safety to their own homes again.
  • Dagda, an ancient Irish deity, literally translates as 'the good god'.
  • Dagda, an ancient Irish deity, literally translates as 'the good god'.
  • Maganda ba? mga sir, ito po ang cdi na gamit ko ngyn. .naka iridium nako at blue thunder ignition coil. .pero bkit parang wala akong na-feel na dagdag power or speed? Motorcycle Philippines
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