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Freagairt a' bhàird dha sealgair., September 1974
Track ID : 58915
The bard's witty response to a hunter. The bard, Calum, was not an early riser. One early morning, when a man nicknamed 'the Bull' was going hunting, he met Calum. He said to Calum, "A person who ...
Chaidh innse do bhoireannach ann an aisling càit an lorgadh..., September 1974
Track ID : 58920
A woman was told in a dream where to find the body of a murdered woman. In the contributor's mother's day, a certain man murdered a woman, put her body in a creel weighted with stones, and put it ...
Tamhasg a thàinig air bòrd bàta., September 1954
Track ID : 58122
A ghost which came aboard a boat. Anecdote about a man who was preparing to go herring-fishing when he heard whistling. He saw the likeness of a man coming aboard. It was thought that this was a g...
Am bodach gealtach a chuir an t-eagal air balach., 05 September 1954
Track ID : 58138
The cowardly old man who frightened a prankster. It was said that a certain old man was cowardly. One time, he went to a kiln to dry his seed. Night fell, and so he decided to stay in a bothy over...
Tàillear a chunnaic làmh a' tighinn a-mach às an ùrlar., 05 September 1954
Track ID : 58139
A tailor saw a hand coming out of the floor. Fragment of a story about a tailor who saw a hand coming out of the floor. Little by little, a head, and then a large arm appeared.
Dòmhnall na Creige Mòire agus an sìthiche., 05 September 1954
Track ID : 58140
Dòmhnall na Creige Mòire and the fairy-child. A fellow by the name of Dòmhnall na Creige Mòire was married but had no children. One day, a male infant appeared out of the blue, and was by no means...
Altachadh an fhir Hearaich., September 1974
Track ID : 58453
The Harrisman's grace. A Harrisman would ask in the grace that he, his wife and son would be blessed and nobody else. When his servant said grace one day, he asked that the 'Fear Mòr' would eat th...
Naidheachd mu Chalum Cille agus lèabag., 1968
Track ID : 58526
A story about St Columba and a flounder. A flounder said Columba had crooked legs. "If I have crooked legs," he said, "may you have a crooked mouth." Every flounder has a crooked mouth.
Mar a thachair Uibhisteach ri duine 'marbh.', July 1975
Track ID : 58580
How a Uist man met a 'dead' man. At one time people used to walk everywhere and would stop at any house on their way. This Uist man was travelling and he stopped, at nightfall, at an isolated hous...
Criomag de dh'aon de sgeulachdan na Fèinne., 1968
Track ID : 58581
A fragment of an Ossianic tale.
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