Ethal

Eth'al noun [ Eth er + al cohol: confer French éthal .] (Chemistry) A white waxy solid, C 16 H 33 .OH; -- called also cetylic alcohol . See Cetylic alcohol , under Cetylic .
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Ethal

• (n.) A white waxy solid, C16H33.OH; -- called also cetylic alcohol. See Cetylic alcohol, under Cetylic.
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Ethal

In Irish Mythology, Ethal Anbuail, sometimes spelled Anubhail, is one of the Tuatha Dé Danann, and king at Sidhe Uamuin in Connacht. He had a daughter, Cáer. ==Appearances in Irish Mythology== Ethal is primarily known because of how Ailill mac Máta and Dagda went to war with him to marry his daughter Cáer to Aengus, son of Dagda. In this war, ...
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