Meaning of FUAMNACH and astrology/horoscope analysis

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FUAMNACH is Female and the name originates from Irish

FUAMNACH means: Irish name FUAMNACH means "jealous." In mythology, this is the name of the first wife of Midir, lord of the underworld. She is a witch goddess who turns Midir's second wife, the heroine Étaín, into a pool of water, then a worm, and finally a beautiful butterfly. 

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The name FUAMNACH originates from Irish and FUAMNACH is a Female name

FUAMNACH means: Irish name FUAMNACH means "jealous." In mythology, this is the name of the first wife of Midir, lord of the underworld. She is a witch goddess who turns Midir's second wife, the heroine Étaín, into a pool of water, then a worm, and finally a beautiful butterfly. 

Name and meaning of FUAMNACH

FUAMNACH is a Female baby name and origin is Irish

FUAMNACH, Female means: Irish name FUAMNACH means "jealous." In mythology, this is the name of the first wife of Midir, lord of the underworld. She is a witch goddess who turns Midir's second wife, the heroine Étaín, into a pool of water, then a worm, and finally a beautiful butterfly. 

In Irish, the name FUAMNACH is most often used as the name of a Female. And in Irish, the Female name FUAMNACH means Irish name FUAMNACH means "jealous." In mythology, this is the name of the first wife of Midir, lord of the underworld. She is a witch goddess who turns Midir's second wife, the heroine Étaín, into a pool of water, then a worm, and finally a beautiful butterfly. 

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Fuamnach

Fúamnach, or Fuamnach, is Midir's first wife and a witch of the Tuatha Dé Danann in the medieval Irish text Tochmarc Étaíne ("The Wooing of Étaín"). The

Tochmarc Étaíne

and silver. Midir takes Étaín as his wife. However, Midir's first wife, Fúamnach, out of jealousy, turns her into a pool of water, out of which, as it evaporates

Étaín

marries her, his rejected first wife Fúamnach becomes jealous and casts a series of spells on her. First Fúamnach turns Étaín into a pool of water, then

Aengus

wife Fuamnach in a jealous rage had turned Etain into a beautiful fly. Turning her into a woman at night, Aengus made her his lover until Fuamnach found

Midir

time of Eochaid Airem, High King of Ireland. Midir was the husband of Fúamnach, but later fell in love with Étaín, receiving the help of his foster-son

List of Irish mythological figures

swan and cursed by her stepmother Flidais - goddess of cattle and milking Fuamnach a witch of the Tuatha Dé Danann Iuchar - a son of Tuireann and murderer

Shapeshifting

of Lir, into swans to be rid of them. Likewise in the Wooing of Etain Fuamnach jealously turns Étaín into a butterfly. The most dramatic example of shapeshifting

Mythological Cycle

driven away by Midir's jealous first wife Fuamnach. She becomes the companion of Aengus in insect form before Fuamnach once again drives her away, and she is

List of goddesses

(Fann) Flidais (Flidas, Fliodhais, Fliodhas) Fódla (Fódhla, Fóla, Fótla) Fuamnach Lí Ban The Morrígan Badb (Badb Catha, Badhbh) Macha Nemain other Crobh

List of Celtic deities

Finnguala (Fionnghuala or Fionnuala) Flaitheas Fland - a lake goddess Flidais Fuamnach - witch goddess Fódla (Fódhla) - a sister of Ériu and Banba, together they

Fuamnach

Fúamnach, or Fuamnach, is Midir's first wife and a witch of the Tuatha Dé Danann in the medieval Irish text Tochmarc Étaíne ("The Wooing of Étaín"). The

Tochmarc Étaíne

and silver. Midir takes Étaín as his wife. However, Midir's first wife, Fúamnach, out of jealousy, turns her into a pool of water, out of which, as it evaporates

Étaín

marries her, his rejected first wife Fúamnach becomes jealous and casts a series of spells on her. First Fúamnach turns Étaín into a pool of water, then

Aengus

wife Fuamnach in a jealous rage had turned Etain into a beautiful fly. Turning her into a woman at night, Aengus made her his lover until Fuamnach found

Midir

time of Eochaid Airem, High King of Ireland. Midir was the husband of Fúamnach, but later fell in love with Étaín, receiving the help of his foster-son

List of Irish mythological figures

swan and cursed by her stepmother Flidais - goddess of cattle and milking Fuamnach a witch of the Tuatha Dé Danann Iuchar - a son of Tuireann and murderer

Shapeshifting

of Lir, into swans to be rid of them. Likewise in the Wooing of Etain Fuamnach jealously turns Étaín into a butterfly. The most dramatic example of shapeshifting

List of goddesses

(Fann) Flidais (Flidas, Fliodhais, Fliodhas) Fódla (Fódhla, Fóla, Fótla) Fuamnach Lí Ban The Morrígan Badb (Badb Catha, Badhbh) Macha Nemain other Crobh

Mythological Cycle

driven away by Midir's jealous first wife Fuamnach. She becomes the companion of Aengus in insect form before Fuamnach once again drives her away, and she is

List of Celtic deities

Finnguala (Fionnghuala or Fionnuala) Flaitheas Fland - a lake goddess Flidais Fuamnach - witch goddess Fódla (Fódhla) - a sister of Ériu and Banba, together they

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Zodia, Horoscope Meaning of FUAMNACH

FUAMNACH means: Irish name FUAMNACH means "jealous." In mythology, this is the name of the first wife of Midir, lord of the underworld. She is a witch goddess who turns Midir's second wife, the heroine Étaín, into a pool of water, then a worm, and finally a beautiful butterfly. 

Zodia, Horoscope Meaning of MIDIR

MIDIR means: Irish name of unknown MIDIR means. In Celtic mythology, this is the name of a lord of the underworld, the husband of Fuamnach.

Zodia, Horoscope Meaning of Etain

Etain means: From et meaning “jealousy.” Etain surpassed all other women of her time in beauty and gentleness and thus was an object of jealousy herself. When the fairy king Midir fell in love with her his wife, Fuamnach, transformed Etain into a scarlet fly that was blown over the ocean for seven years. When she was finally able to return to Ireland she fell into a glass of wine which was drunk by a woman who longed for a child. In this way Etain was reborn and she later married a High King of Ireland.

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