Definición de Deirdre en inglés


Pronunciación /ˈdirdrə/ /ˈdɪrdrə/

proper noun

Irish Mythology
  • A tragic heroine of whom it was prophesied that her beauty would bring banishment and death to heroes. King Conchobar of Ulster wanted to marry her, but she fell in love with Naoise, son of Usnach, who with his brothers carried her off to Scotland. They were lured back by Conchobar and treacherously slain, and Deirdre took her own life.