Manannan


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Noun1.Manannan - Celtic god of the seaManannan - Celtic god of the sea; son of Ler  
Emerald Isle, Hibernia, Ireland - an island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
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Bosses were last night testing sailing and docking with the Manannan fastcraft.
The high-speed catamaran, Manannan, was damaged in an accident but had not been repaired on time for services to resume as normal.
Great a-Peel The village of Peel is home to the House of Manannan Museum, which uses state-of-the-art displays to explore the island's Celtic, Viking and Maritime traditions.
POLICE have launched a Facebook campaign for the return of the statue of Celtic sea god Manannan Mac Lir.
Exciting new trio Barrule take their name from the famous Manx summit and legendary home of the ancient Celtic God Manannan MacLir.
In the opening sprint Dandy Nicholls' MISTER MANANNAN (1.
As the rain threatened, we headed across town to the House of Manannan, a heritage centre that uses cutting edge techniques and state of the art displays to bring the island's history to life.
Manannan drew his magic cloak between Fand and her human lover.
Entretecido na metamorfose, ha ressonancias provaveis da lenda celta de Aoife, amante do deus do mar, Manannan mac Lir, transformada em grou por uma rival ciumenta, e eventualmente em uma bolsa feita da pele do grou.
She then chased home useful colt Mister Manannan in a Listed event at Ayr before running way beyond her starting price of 50-1 to finish just under four lengths behind Special Duty in the Cheveley Park Stakes.
Richard Hannon's youngster was last at halfway after missing the break, but the 10-11 shot weaved through the pack under Richard Hughes to beat Mister Manannan, by a cosy length and a quarter.
Richard Hannon's smart youngster was last at halfway after missing the break, but the 10-11 shot weaved through the pack under Richard Hughes to beat Mister Manannan, by a cosy length and a quarter.