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- the record label , shanachie records date february 2010 a seanchaí (ˈʃan̪ˠəxiː , or ʃan̪ˠəˈxiː , - plural: seanchaithe ˈʃan̪ˠəxɪhɪ
- perhaps most notably, in their subject matter and techniques, the seanachie are very much the inheritors of the ancient irish traditional
- external links : com/1996/09/01/magazine/the-seanachie. html? pagewanted all , title the seanachie , newspaper the new york times , date 1996-
- the -shenchas element in this word is the same one appearing in dinsenchas (place lore) and is cognate with seanachie , a word that has
- label1 literary magazine , free_text1 the seanachie , free_label2 , free_text2 , free_label3 athletic director , free_text3 sean durkin ,
- and mysterious world hector's role is one of an idealised gaelic seanachie , his knowledge of his local area and history not limiting him
- he is an initiated wiccan priest of the welsh tradition and holds the title of seanachie from the temple of danaan. spiritual teaching
- in gaelic ireland the filídh and séanachie were held in high esteem, with the ollamh considered to be of equal stature to the ard-rí.
- html , author patrick thompson, clan mactavish seanachie , title clan mactavish connected names or septs , accessdate 13 may 2014 , work
- gaelic tradition gave somerled a celtic descent in the male line as the medieval seanachie s traced his lineage through a long line of
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