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Apr 8, 2021

[Answer] Ireland’s name is derived from “Ériu,” an Old Irish name for who?

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...The Emerald Isle has a rich history in mythology. Its name in modern Irish is “Éire,” which was derived from “Ériu,” the matron Goddess of Ireland. Her name is thought to refer to “land of abundance.” According to Ireland’s constitution, both the English and Irish versions are acceptable, but “Éire” is featured on the country’s postage stamps and coinage.




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A Gaelic goddess:


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