Claddagh ring


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Claddagh ring

(ˈklædə)
n
(Jewellery) (also without capital) Irish any of various elaborately designed rings, esp one in the shape of two hands embracing a heart, given as a token of lasting affection
[from Claddagh, a small fishing village on the edge of Galway city]
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He said: "She was wearing a Claddagh ring - an Irish promise ring - and turns out her dad's Irish and she's got Irish family, so I just sang her a couple of songs from the old country and then we were there.
Our focus is now solely on the flagship Claddagh Ring in Hendon which is celebrating its 25th anniversary in November.
would have to say probably my Claddagh Ring that my mum and dad got me for my 16th birthday,.
Or for a ring that bespeaks friendship, loyalty, and love, the Irish Claddagh ring is an age-old symbol with a traditional saying that goes, "Let love and friendship reign.
A Claddagh ring my brother Tommy bought me as a child.
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The 31-year-old revealed he has a tattoo of a High Cross and wears a Claddagh ring which is mother gave him everywhere he goes.
Police launched Operation Sandpiper, appealing for help to identify the body and a claddagh ring found with the remains took the search to Ireland.
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When John spots Cora's claddagh ring around Brendan's neck all hell breaks loose.