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Irish and Scottish mythology is very similar, and quite often you will find the same or similar creatures in both mythologies
Creatures of Scottish Mythology:
- Banshee (Bean sith)
- Baobhan Sith
- Battle of Barry
- Bean nighe
- Beira
- Black Dogs (not a labrador by the way)
- Black Donald
- Black Rock Gorge
- Brian
- Brownie
- Caoineag
- Cat Sith/Cat Sidhe
- Cirein-croin
- Crom Dubh
- Cu Sith/Cu Sidhe
- Deo-ghreine
- Fear liath
- Fincormachus
- Goidel Glas
- Kelpie
- Loch Ness Monster (aka Nessie)
- Lochmaben Stone
- Lughnasadh
- Nucklavee
- Pictish Beast
- Scathach
- Scota
- Selkie
- Sluagh
- Trow
- Uathach
- Wirry-cow
- Wulver

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Anonymous Babshee 0 Oct 31 2012, 3:49 PM EDT by Anonymous
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Bean is Gaelic for woman and sith is Gaelic for peace...when put together Bean is a feminine noun and therefor changes the adj sith to ***** in the Gaelic is silent ergo the word Bean ***** would be said as Bean iii not Banshee
the same goes for baobhan sith, as an adj to baobhan ***** would change to ***** and the sh and are silent ....these would be said as baaavan iii
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Anonymous Missing 0 Apr 21 2012, 9:08 PM EDT by Anonymous
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Cu Sith should also be on this list.
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Anonymous It isn't 0 Jul 19 2011, 3:46 AM EDT by Anonymous
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It isn't really, you just have to ask us and we'll tell you some stories :)
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