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Is there a name for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow?
There isn't a nickname for the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. It is just called 'the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow'. ...
Asked in History of Ireland, Saint Patrick's Day, Math and Arithmetic, Gold and Precious Metals, Gold Prospecting
How much gold is in a pot of gold?
There is x number of gold coins in the pot. x = y/z, where y is equal to the cubic area of the pot, and z is equal to the cubic area of the gold coin. True, there are often times pots of gold that are heaped up, but the question asked how much god is "in" a pot of gold. ...
Asked in Fables and Folklore, Ireland
What does the rainbow and pot of gold mean in Ireland?
People in Ireland, in the olden days, believed that there lies a pot of gold at end of the rainbow. Nowadays, the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow means the realization of dreams. ...
Asked in Ireland, Fables and Folklore
What has the rainbow and pot gold to do with Ireland?
Leprechauns, the mythological fairy-folk of Ireland, are said to have a pot of gold which can be found at the end of a rainbow. ...
Asked in Children's TV Shows, Blue's Clues
What is the name of the pot of gold episode in blues clues?
I remember there was a rainbow and there was a pot of gold! I LOVED IT but I just don't know the name of it! ...
Why is there a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow?
Realistically, There is no end to a rainbow, for the reason that a rainbow is a circle of continuous light. Unrealistically, a leprechaun hide gold at the end of a rainbow, at the time no one knowing that there is no end to a rainbow. Why gold? It was a pot of gold because gold was a precious metal and Ireland has no gold, unless imported. Gold being higher than silver in the market. A pot of gold meant lot of...
Asked in Leprechauns
How much is gold from a leprechaun?
the rumor that they have only one pot is a myth, the leprechauns want you to think they only have one pot so when you catch them you only ask for a single pot of gold in exchange for their freedom when in reality they probably have multiple pots of gold. ...