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GUEST,Beachcomber Folklore: Molor - (Gaelic?) meaning? & a flag (14) RE: Folklore: Molor - (Gaelic?) meaning? & a flag 19 Apr 17

I should have further suggested that the word could have been a mis-spelling coming from a misunderstood, or incorrectly heard, Gaelic word ? but, if a hill enters the view, maybe it resembled a tooth ? Molar ?
Someone else did explain that the word "MOLADH" in modern Irish indicates "praise" or "commendation" . To illustrate :- "Moladh le Dia" which is "Praise be to God"

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