Abstract: Story collected by a student at Cromadh (B.) school (Croom, Co. Limerick) (no informant identified).
School Cromadh (B.) [Vol. 0507, Chapter 0002]
Cromadh (B.) [duchas:4920861]
"A leibide married to a laidhb", is a saying still rather common in Croom, and signifying the acme of mis-marriages. Lúbánaidhe above, is also applied to a "crooked rogue" ie. one who argues the wrong to find the right.
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