Scoil: Loch Coiteáin (uimhir rolla 10049)

Suíomh:
Drom Mhic Báin, Co. Chiarraí
Múinteoir:
Eibhlín, Bean Uí Shúilleabháin

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Old Customs and Pishogues

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Old Customs and Pishogues

Old shoes are thrown after a new-married couple for luck...

Old shoes are thrown after a new-married couple for luck, for luck, either when they are leaving the church or going on their honey-moon.

If you went to see a new-born baby, you should spit on it for luck. You should also give it a bit of silver.
A mother is never left alone, till the baby is baptised.
Relatives of the dead person - and namesakes of his, always remove a corpse from the house, from the church, and into the grave-yard.
No relative should ever dig a grave.
The screws of a coffin are unscrewed when a coffin is lowered into the grave (Only in Kerry)
By stealing a coal of fire- on May-day the produce of the butter of that house goes to the stealer.

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