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MAC-CECHT

Celtic God

Also known as Téthur

Hopefully a God of Verbal Dexterity

Although his name means ‘son of Cécht’, he’s actually the son of OGMA and has supposedly inherited his father’s famous verbal skills.

With a name like Mac-Cécht? Can you pronounce it? Do you think it would be eloquent if you could? It looks like the sound someone makes when clearing a throat to expel a large blob of phlegm.

We can only hope that MAC-CECHT ‘s silver tongue lives up to the hype. Try invoking him the next time you need to make an important speech. With any luck, he will make even uncouth utterances such as webinar or flatulence sound like honey in your mouth.

His wife is the Irish tutelary goddess FODLA, who seems to have had some pronunciation issues of her own...

MAC-CECHT FACTS AND FIGURES

Name : MAC-CECHT
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : Téthur
Location : Western Europe
Gender : Male
Type : deity

In charge of : Unknown at present
God of :

Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Good/Evil Rating : OKAY, not bad
Popularity index : 1884

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Article last updated on 09 August 2015 by Peter J Allen.
Editors: Peter J Allen, Chas Saunders

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