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Ben shee

She spyrryd ny cretoor ayns feayn-skeealleydaght ny Gaeil ee yn ven shee (Yernish: bean sí, Gaelg Albinagh: bean-shìdh; veih ben sídh, ASE[bʲɛn ˈʃiːðʲə], y Çhenn Yernish). T'ee coontit myr faih baaish as myr çhaghter veih'n teihll elley.

Ayns ny skeeallyn she ben ta keayney roish baase dooinney. Ayns feayn-skealleydaght ny h-Albey ta ny h-enmyn bean sìth, bean-shìdh as bean-nighe. Ayns ny skeeallyn Albinagh ta'n ven niaghan y fuill magh ass eaddeeyn as eillaghyn caggee jeusyn as y baase fuirraghtyn orroo. By 'sy vlein 1948 ren y dooinney jerrinagh fakin ben shee, rere ny coontyssyn.[1] Ta cretooryn cosoylagh ry-gheddyn ayns feayn-skeealleydaght Vretyn,[2] Loghlynagh[3][4][5] as ny Steatyn Unnaneysit.[6][7]

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. "Superstition" (ayns Baarle) (Jerrey Fouyir 1948). Western Folklore. Ym-lioar 7 (4). Western States Folklore Society. 
  2. Wiffen, B. B., Choice Notes from "Notes and Queries", P.P. – London. – Notes and Queries, William John Thoms. dg. 32
  3. Kellog, elley (2001:745)
  4. Orchard, Andy (1997). Dictionary of Norse Myth and Legend. Cassell. ISBN 0-304-34520-2
  5. Simek, Rudolf (2007) çhyndaait liorish Angela Hall. Dictionary of Northern Mythology. D.S. Brewer. ISBN 0-85991-513-1
  6. (2006) "Banshee", The Element Encyclopedia of the Psychic World. Harper Element, 62. 
  7. Skinner, Charles M. "Myths and Legends of Our Own Land". J.P. Lippincott Company, 1896, dg. 216.


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