Epona

(from the article `Rhiannon`) in Celtic religion, the Welsh manifestation of the Gaulish horse goddess Epona and the Irish goddess Macha. She is best-known from The Mabinogion, a ... ...as in insular literature are boars, dogs, bears, and horses. The horse, an instrument of Indo-European expansion, has always had a special place ... ...
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Epona

noun (possibly Roman mythology) Celtic goddess of horses and mules and asses
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Epona

[The Legend of Zelda] ==Concept and creation== Epona was created by Yoshiaki Koizumi for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Epona shares the same name with the Celtic goddess of horses. Epona was planned to be nameable by players in Ocarina of Time, but the feature was removed before its release. The feature was later added to The Legend...
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Epona

In Celtic mythology, Epona was the goddess of horses.
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Epona

In Celtic mythology, goddess of horses and stables, worshipped by Celtic units in the Roman army. She is often associated with the downland white horses carved in chalk hillsides. ...
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Epona

[n] - (possibly Roman) goddess of horses and mules and asses
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