Scoil: Mágh, Leacht Uí Chonchobhair (uimhir rolla 4951)

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For warts on any part of the human body, it is believed among the people here, that no better cure can be found than water found 'accidentally' in the hollow of a stone, .or on top of a cow dung. The water is rubbed on to the warts a few times and, strange to say, a cure is generaly effected.

Michael Garrahy
Aillbrack, Co. an Chláir

a. If a person is going to a fair or any journey and he meets a weasel it is thought to be a sign of good luck for that day.

b. On the other hand, if the traveller met a red haired woman it is believed to bring bad luck.
(c) If a cock is heard crowing about 12 o'clock at night it is supposed to forewarn a death or some misfortune among the household.
(d) If mixed birds are seen in a field near a house it is looked on as an evil omen.
(e) If two spoons should accidentally get into one's teacup, it indicates a marriage or wedding for the individual.

(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)