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Badb, auch Bodb, Bodhb Chatha oder Fea genannt, ist eine Gestalt der keltischen Mythologie Irlands.

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Google previewCeltic Flame (2008)

An Insider's Guide to Irish Pagan Tradition by Aedh Rua

Place in Ideology: The Badb is that aspect of the Morrigan who rejoices most in the slaughter ofwar.

Google previewStudies in English Language and Literature (2012)

Doubt Wisely by M. J. Toswell, E. M. Tyler

The Irish Badb is a war-goddess who predicts slaughter and rejoices over the slain. Like the evil dreamwoman, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Ancient Deities (2013)

by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner

Badb Catha (Celtic, Irish) Also known as:Badb, Badhbh, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology and Folklore (2009)

by Patricia Monaghan

Badb ( Bave, Badhbh, Baobh, Badb Catha) Irish goddess. One of ancient Ireland's war furies, Badb ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Magic & Mystery (2012)

by Melusine Draco

Badb: Irishgoddess of war, ...

Google previewThe Ashgate Encyclopedia of Literary and Cinematic Monsters (2016)

by Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock

The banshee is sometimes known as the young and beautiful but terrifying badb ( or badhbh) or the bean chaointe (keening woman), and is associated with other female spirits, such as the Scotch-Gaelic ban nighechain (washerwoman), the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Pathan Tribes on the North-west Frontier of India (1899)

Badb Khel (15 ; Dera ...

Google previewAn English-Panjabi Dictionary (1919)

Romanized by Thomas Grahame Bailey

military, badB, f. relieve, see ease, rest. : of one's dutv, raRw-k. (int. raRw-h.) , kamm chudanä (ko$). religion, mazhab, m. (gen.) : fin, m. (M.) : dharm, m. (H.). religious, dlndar (M.), namäâ (praying much. M.) : dharmï and bhagai (H.). relinquish, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Non-Classical Mythology (2005)

by Lewis Spence

Badb (Irish). One of the three war-goddesses. Babamfit, Behemoth (Arab.). The fish on which stands the bull Kuyuta, supporting the rock on which stands the angel who holds the earth steady. Bakhs (Gr. Bacis). The sacred bull of Hermonthis, ...

Google previewDictionary of Mythology, Folklore and Symbols (1961)

by Gertrude Jobes

Agatha daemon Ajysit Allât Al Moakkibat Ana Ananke Ar sa A sha Ashima Ashmedai Atargatis Atropos Baau Badb Belit-sheri Bujuruktsi Car menta Cataclothes Chandra Ch' in-kuang Chuvash Clotho Cromhlneach Dekans Dis ir Dolya (Sreca) ...

Google previewA Witch's Craft Volume 1: Dictionary for a Witch's Grimoire

by Viktorija Briggs

Destiny, Endings, Exploration of the unknown, Flexible, Law, Magick, Messages, Moodiness, Mystery, Oracles, Prophecy, Shapeshifting, Spirituality, Strength Deities: Asclepias, Apollo, Athene, Badb, Bran, Coronis, Cronos, Danu, Eriu, Etain, ...

Google previewDictionary of Celtic Religion and Culture (1997)

by Bernhard Maier

Badb ...

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