There is the article http://www.imbas.org/articles/lugus.html
There is authors source for Gaelic proverb is:
The festival of Lughnasa: a study of the survival of the Celtic festival of ... - Page 598by Máire MacNeill, Irish Folklore Commission - Harvest festivals - 1962 - 697 pages
[Summary of foregoing : Sayings during thunder and lightning storm, ' Lugh Long-
arm's wind is flying in the air tonight ! ' ' Yes, and the sparks of his ...
I found a Gaelic proverb with Turnais as a person: "What the Turnais left the Righleas took." If "Turnais" is "Toirneis" (Thunder) is he Taranis as mentioned by Lucan? and what is translation of "Righleas"?
I read Laoighaire mac Neill was killed by a lightning strike. It seem to be a common danger in ancient Ireland: AU 1113 “A thunder come on [Monday, March 17] the night of the feast of Patrick upon Cruachan Aigle, so that it destroyed thirty of the fasting folk.”
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