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Tuatha de Danann

1680s, from Irish Tuatha dé Danann, literally "the people of Danann," from plural of tuath (see Teutonic) + Danann, apparently originally an oblique case of Danu, mother of the gods.

updated on February 20, 2014

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Definitions of Tuatha de Danann from WordNet

Tuatha De Danann (n.)
group of Celtic gods or demigods; ruled Ireland in the Golden Age;
Synonyms: Tuatha De
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