noun Irish Mythology.
Examples from the Web for dagda
And as to the Dagda, he was put to build raths, for he was a good builder, and he made a trench round Rath Brese.
This name, like the myth of his disinheriting his father, may point to his cult superseding that of Dagda.The Religion of the Ancient Celts|J. A. MacCulloch
The Dagda, with two or three of his warriors, had followed hard on their track.Stories to Tell Children|Sara Cone Bryant
But the Dagda said: "You are not giving the right judgment of a prince."
The king believed that, and there was anger on him against the Dagda, and he gave orders he should be put to death.