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Ar an leathanach seo

(ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)

his fingers in the water and immediately the worm was seen to turn over dead.

1. Red haired women are not supposed to leave their own house on New Year's Day (or Night).

2. If ashes (or carbon) is noticed on top of a candle wick when burning it is a sign of a death.
3. When a moth is seen flying round a candle flame an important letter may be expected.
4. When two or more sparks from burning coals or embers fly towards you, it is a sign that you will soon receive money.
5. The belief in "banshee" exists here, too, and is supposed to be heard on (or before) the death of members of the following families - Rynne, O'Connell.
(a) When one is giving a needle to another he (or she) sticks it in wood once or twice before handing it to the other person.
6. If one sees a single magpie when going on any journey (or business) it is looked on as a sign of bad luck, while two birds are considered a good open.
7. If a person lick a lizard (or arc luachra) he is believed to have the power of curing burns by touching the affected pat with his tongue.

(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)
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