In Irish mythology, Bec (modern Irish Beag, meaning `small`) was one of the Tuatha Dé Danann. She was known for having a magic well, guarded by her three daughters. When Fionn mac Cumhaill approached the well to ask for a drink, her daughters tried to prevent him from getting the water; `one of them threw water over him to scare him away and s......
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