Christ takes off the horse's foot in order to shoe him and rejuvenates an old woman by putting her in the fire. The smith tries disastrously to do the same.

Result count: 46
  1. (no title)

    Bhí gabha ann fadó agus thá fós agus beidh go deo, fad a beidh feirmeoir beidh capaill agus annsin beidh gabha mara mbéadh ní mairfeadh capall ann.

    Language
    Irish
    Informant
    Pádraig Ó Muirgheasa
    Age
    63
    Occupation
    oibrí
  2. A Story

    Once upon a time there lived in a forge a blacksmith and his wife and mother.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Annie Brogan
    Informant
    Patrick Lynch
    Age
    75
    Occupation
    farmer
  3. Story

    Once upon a time there lived two men. One of them was called Paddy and the other was called Mickey.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Jack Harkin
    Informant
    Bernard Gonigle
  4. (no title)

    Fad ó shoin bhí gabha 'na chomhnuidhe suas i mbárr ghaoth barra. Ní raibh aige ach é féin agus a mhathair, bhí an mhathair ag eirghe aosta agus d'iarr sí air a ghabhail amach agus bean a phósadh.

    Language
    Irish
    Informant
    Aodh Ó Gallchobhair
    Age
    70
    Occupation
    múinteoir
  5. Scéal

    Bhí gabha ann fado d'arb ainm Con. Lá amháin bhí sé sa ceardta agus nuair a bhí gach rud deanta aige d'amharc sé amac ar an doras.

    Language
    Irish
    Collector
    Sádhbha Níc Suibhne
    Informant
    Pádraig Ó hEarcain
    Age
    67
  6. (no title)

    Once upon a time there was a woman and she had one son and he was a blacksmith.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Padraic Mac an Ríogh
    Informant
    (name not given)