School: Cilltighearnáin/Kiltiernan (roll number 11812)

Cill Tiarnáin Thiar, Co. na Gaillimhe
S. Ó Beirn
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0033C, Page 03_017

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0033C, Page 03_017

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  1. There are a lot of old customs for Hallow eve. Those are some of them. Three plates are placed on the table, in one of the plates a little grain of clay and another one water another a ring. A person in the house or one of the children is blindfolded but his or her back is turned to to the table so that they will not see the way the way the plates are situated. When he id blindfolded he is turned towards the table and his hand is
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    1. ócáidí
      1. ócáidí (de réir trátha bliana) (~11,476)
        1. Oíche Shamhna (~934)
    Máire Ní Donnchadha