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Aengus

one of the Tuatha de Danaan; god of love. [Celtic Myth.: Jobes, 40]
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"For their part, Celi De in Oengus's day maintained severe rules, undertook massive vigils, dutifully confessed their sins, performed their penances, and stringently observed Sunday because these were the actions or services that they felt were required of God's 'clients' and that would mark them as such.
He and girlfriend Julie Costello, 27, mother of their three-year-old son Oengus, are finally planning their wedding 10 years after they met.
Peter Mallett, aged 37, from Oxford, said he was looking forward to giving up work to spend more time with his three-year-old son Oengus.
Peter was out for a stroll with son Oengus, three, on Saturday when he popped into a shop near his home in Oxford to buy a Lottery ticket.
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