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In Goidelic mythology, Inghean Bhuidhe ("yellow-haired girl") was one of three sisters (along with Lasair and Latiaran, daughters of Douglas and Scathach) associated with the harvest. She represented the summer and was the goddess of ripening and fertility.
Iníon Buí and Inion Bui are anglicised spellings of Inghean Bhuidhe, indicating the pronunciation in a form that can be more easily understood by English readers than the original Gaelic orthography .
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