Pronounced FLEE dish (maybe) or FLYU ish or perhaps FLI-thash
About the name Flidais
Flidais is a girl's name from Irish folklore. She was a member of the Tuatha Dé Danann who owned magical cattle that provided enormous quantities of milk at need and gave her son the power to milk deer as if they were cattle. She is now seen as a woodland Goddess who rides in a chariot drawn by deer.
The name may mean "doe", but I can't verify that.
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