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Gaelic Question

Poster: Eric Stoneking <estoneki@swales.com>


A coworker just walked in and wrote the word 'CLADAGH' on my
whiteboard.  He says it's a Gaelic word associated with a symbol
sometimes found on jewelry --- a pair of hands supporting a heart, which 
in turn supports a crown.  He's curious about the pronunciation and meaning 
of the word, and now I'm curious about the symbol.  Does anyone out there
know anything about them?

Henri LaGrave

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