Ashkenazi Jew, Deaf-Mute with Second Sight, Lithuania

Ashkenazi Jew,
Deaf-Mute with Second Sight,

Ashkenazi are Jews descended from the medieval Jewish communities along the Rhine in Germany, who took and diversified Yiddish when migrating to other continents over the past two centuries. The majority of Jews who immigrated to Scotland are Ashkenazi, with many from Lithuania.

Darna Shealladh is the Gaelic name given to “second sight”, the involuntary ability of seeing the future or distant events.