Galles - translation to English
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Galles - translation to English

THUNDER GOD IN SAMI MYTHOLOGY
Pajonn; Tiermes; Atja; Hora galles; Ravdna
  • Sami people worshipping Horagalles or Tiermes. Copper engraving by [[Bernard Picart]] from ''Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde'' (1723–43)
  • The two hammers of the thunder god depicted as a blue cross on a late 18th-century shaman drum from [[Porsanger]], Western [[Finnmark]], Norway, described by the Christian missionary Knud Leem.<ref>Friis, [https://books.google.com/books?id=0jRMAAAAIAAJ&q=Porsanger&pg=PR1 p. 141].</ref>
  • Depiction of Horagalles from a Sami shaman drum found in Norway. The drum symbols were copied by the Christian priest Thomas von Westen in the 18th century.<ref>Friis, [https://books.google.com/books?id=0jRMAAAAIAAJ&q=Westen&pg=PR1 p. 35].</ref>

Galles      
Cambria, medieval name of Wales (principality in the west of Great Britain)
galle         
n. gall, bile
fiel      
n. gall, bile

Wikipedia

Horagalles

In Sami shamanism, Horagalles, also written Hora Galles and Thora Galles and often equated with Tiermes or Aijeke (i.e. "grandfather or great grandfather"), is the thunder god. He is depicted as a wooden figure with a nail in the head and with a hammer, or occasionally on shaman drums, two hammers.

Pronunciation examples for Galles
1. who's Galla It was attributed to Galla.
Design as Optimism _ William McDonough _ Talks at Google
2. Carmine Gallo.
The Storytellers Secret _ Carmine Gallo _ Talks at Google
3. Nick Gallo?
Life Lessons from an Olympic Hero _ Dan Gable _ Talks at Google
4. Carmine Gallo.
Talk Like TED _ Carmine Gallo _ Talks at Google
5. in the gall bladder.
The Third Chimpanzee _ Jared Diamond _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of Galles
1. Et elle portait notre petit tailleur prince de galles.
2. Les raisons d‘espérer une revanche dans deux ans au pays de Galles sont pourtant nombreuses.
3. Toute la ville de Cardiff, tout le pays de Galles vibraient derri';re leur équipe.
4. Aujourd‘hui, le pays de Galles et l‘Ecosse ont leur parlement et gouvernement.
5. L‘histoire commence début 2007 au pays de Galles, dans un club de Cardiff.