Lugh

Lugh or Lug (/luɣ/; modern Irish: Lú /lu:/) is an Irish deity represented in mythological texts as a hero and High King of the distant past. He is known by the epithets Lámhfhada (pronounced /`la:wad̪ˠə/, meaning `long arm` or `long hand`), for his skill with a spear or sling, Ildánach (`skilled in many arts`), Samhildánach (`Equal...
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Lugh

In Irish mythology, god of light, sorcery, and the crafts, and a leading champion in hero-tales, described as possessor of all arts and skills. A prophesied child, Lugh succeeded Nuadha of the...
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Lugh

In Irish mythology, Lugh (Lug) was the god of light. He killed his grandfather, Balor, during the great battle in which a new order of gods and goddesses took over from the primal beings of chaotic energy. He was the god of skill and ability.
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