Also known as Fuath
- Mythical Number: #1083
- Culture: Celtic
- Attribute: Aquatic
- Behaviour: Deadly
The Fuath-Arrachd are spectral sea monsters in Scotland that live near rivers, lochs and the sea. The name Fuath means ‘hatred’.
Generally the monsters are described as being a hideously deformed human shape often covered in long scruffy yellow hair. Their features are grotesque as they have no nose, webbed feet and a long spikey tail. They dress in green long green robes. The Fuath-Arrachd are fierce bad tempted beings filled with malice and evil. They are rarely seen as they keep to themselves in lonely places near water such as rivers, sea shores and the edges of lochs.
The Fuath include:
- Maighdean Uaine
The word Fuath is also used to describe a monster that is the mother of the Brollachan.
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