Cul Stories

The Irish word "Cúl" has many meanings. You have probably heard this word in the context of Gaelic sports. There it means a goal or the "cúl báire" is the goalkeeper or goalie. But this is not the meaning that we are after. "Cúl" also means back and can be used as "cúl le faobhar", which means out of the way, secluded or remote. This is the meaning that we want to explore.

Our stories are about little known, hidden facts, legends, people and places of Ireland. By happy coincidence it sends the message that our Stories are Cool, which of course is true!

The Irish word "Cúl" has many meanings. You have probably heard this word in the context of Gaelic sports. There it means a goal or the "cúl báire" is the goalkeeper or goalie. But this is not the meaning that we are after. "Cúl" also means back and can be used as "cúl le faobhar", which means out of the way, secluded or remote. This is the meaning that we want to explore.

Our stories are about little known, hidden facts, legends, people and places of Ireland. By happy coincidence it sends the message that our Stories are Cool, which of course is true!

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