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- proper n. The daughter of Scáthach and later the lover of Cúchulainn (after a duel with Cochar Crufe).
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Uathach: one of the three women-teachers of Cuchulain and Ferdiad
Then Cuchulain, too, girded his war-harness of battle and [W. 3757.] fight and combat about him, and performed all kinds of splendid, manifold, marvellous feats on high that day which he had not learned from any one before, neither with Scathach nor with Uathach nor with Aifè.
Ferdiad performed divers, brilliant, manifold, marvellous feats on high that day, unlearned from any one before, neither from foster-mother nor from foster-father, neither from Scathach nor from Uathach nor from Aifè, but he found them of himself that day in the face of Cuchulain.
"Rememberest thou at all," asked Ferdiad, "the choice deeds of arms we were wont to practise with Scathach and with Uathach and with Aifè?"
Scathach ( 'the Modest') and with Uathach ( 'the Dreadful') and with Aifè
Scathach and with Uathach and with Aifè,  thou wast not a man worthy of me, for  thou wast my serving-man, even for arming my spear and dressing my bed. "
Scathach and with Uathach  learning together, Dolb and Indolb used to come to help Cuchulain out of every stress wherein he was. [
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