Celtic Dara Knot Meaning:
• doorway to wisdom
• steadfast knowledge
• personal internal strength
• strength of spirit
The word Dara comes from the Irish word “doire”, which means oak tree.
The trees were sacred to the Celts (especially the Druids.) The oak was considered to be the king of the trees, revered for its longevity. It is the tree of life, with an impressive root system and leaves that reach the sky. The Dara knot is often said to represent the roots and branches of the tree.
The Dara knot can be drawn in different ways.