Scoil: Naomh Eoin, Cill Choinnigh (uimhir rolla 1301)

Suíomh:
Cill Chainnigh, Co. Chill Chainnigh
Múinteoir:
Bráthair Tomás Mac Binéid

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Ar an leathanach seo

(ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)

if it's soft it's a woman.
If a knife falls it's a sign of a gentleman coming to you; if a fork falls it's the sign of a lady visitor coming to you, and if a spoon falls it's the sign of a child visitor coming to you.
If you break a looking - glass you will have seven year bad luck.
To spill salt is unlucky.
If there is a bell in your ear it's a sign of some soul wanting a prayer from you.
If you let a glove fall it's a disappointment, and who ever picks it up will get a surprise.
If your lace is open there's somebody thinking of you.
If you lose a pin it's a sign that you're losing a friend.
If the fire does not light easy for you it's a sign that somebody has a bad heart for you.

The following were collected by Seamus Shortall from his mother Mrs. J. Shortall, Johns St. Kilkenny.
If the fire lights to one side it's the sign of someone going out of the house.
If your right ear is warm it's the sign of someone speaking good and if your left ear is warm it's the sign of someone speaking bad about you.
If you meet a red haired woman first thing in the morning it's the sign of bad luck for the day.

(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)
Bailitheoir
Seamus Shortall
Inscne
fireann
Seoladh
Sráid Eoin Íochtarach, Co. Chill Chainnigh
Faisnéiseoir
Mrs J. Shortall
Gaol
tuismitheoir
Inscne
baineann
Seoladh
Sráid Eoin Íochtarach, Co. Chill Chainnigh
Teanga
Béarla