Lughnasadh

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Lughnasadh

(ˈluːnasa)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) an ancient Celtic festival held on Aug 1. It is also celebrated by modern pagans. Also called: Lammas
[from Old Irish]
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A happy time was that of Lugnasad (August 1), the dancing festival dedicated to the god Lug.
Peter's Chains or of the Maccabees; Gaelic holiday Lugnasad.