The goddess Flidais was associated with the abundance of animals and the forest, and was said to own herds of wild deer and cattle. She was described as being drawn along in a chariot pulled by deer. A legendary feast associated with Flidais included the milk of wild deer and cattle, and her name may derive from a phrase meaning “deer feast” (fled, “feast” plus os `deer"). An independent goddess, she lived in her own sid-mound, and was associated with fertility, sexuality, healing and abundance, as well as warfare, hunting and protection.
— Sharon Paice Macleod. Celtic Myth and Religion: A Study of Traditional Belief, with Newly Translated Prayers, Poems and Songs (Kindle Locations 938-941). Kindle Edition.