bolg

nm1 abdomen, belly (of fish)

Irish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Bolg — Liste des Orques de la Terre du Milieu Voici une liste des Orques apparaissant dans l œuvre fictionnelle de J. R. R. Tolkien ou dans ses adaptations sur d autres supports. Sommaire 1 Premier Âge 2 Troisième Âge 2.1 Azog 2 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • bolg — fir·bolg; …   English syllables

  • Bolg —    The son of Azog, who succeeded his father as leader of the northern Orcs.    He led one of the five armies that fought in the famous Battle of that name, and was slain there by Beorn …   J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary

  • bölgə — 1. is. zool. Nərə balığının bir növü, beluqa. 2. is. Müəyyən əlamətə görə seçilən ərazi sahəsi …   Azərbaycan dilinin izahlı lüğəti

  • Fir Bolg — In Irish mythology the Fir Bolg (Fir Bholg, Firbolg) were one of the races that inhabited the island of Ireland prior to the arrival of the Tuatha Dé Danann. MythologyIn far antiquity the Fir Bolg were the rulers of Ireland (at the time called… …   Wikipedia

  • Na fir bolg — Location(s) Vorselaar, Belgium Years active 1995 present Founded by Luc Janssens Date(s) …   Wikipedia

  • Cian d'Fhearaibh Bolg — Cian d Fhearaibh Bolg, last King of the Senchineoil of Magh Senchineoil, now in County Galway. Contents 1 Background 2 Grellan and the Uí Maine 3 Truce 4 Aftermat …   Wikipedia

  • Fir Bolg — Pour la créature fictive du jeu Donjons Dragons, voir Firbolg (Donjons et dragons). Les Fir Bolg (ou Fîr Bholg), dans la mythologie celtique irlandaise, sont un peuple de guerriers et d artisans, dont le nom signifie « hommes sacs[1] »… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Crundmáel Bolg Luatha — mac Áedo (died 628) was a King of Uí Cheinnselaig. He was the grandson of a previous king Éogan Cáech and great great grandson of the Leinster king Crimthann mac Énnai (died 486).[1] He ruled from 625 to 630 and succeeded Rónán mac Colmáin of the …   Wikipedia

  • Fir Bolg — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda En la mitología celta, los Fir Bolg eran un pueblo no humano que habitó Irlanda antes de la llegada de los escotos. Según el Leabhar Ghabhála Érenn, llegaron en tres grupos distintos: uno procedente de Bélgica, otro… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Óengus Bolg — Óengus Bolg, son of Lugaid, son of Mac Nia, son of Mac Con, son (or descendant) of Lugaid Loígde, son of Dáire Doimthech,[1][2] was a king of the Corcu Loígde, and an ancestor of the Eóganachta inner circle through his daughter Aimend, married to …   Wikipedia

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