The dandelion was called Bearnain Bhrighide - "the serrated flower of Brigid" (it begins to flower on her day). The linnet is big-ean Bhrighide - "the little bird of Brigid" (it begins to sing on her day), and the oyster catcher is called giolla Bhrighide, "the servant of Brigid".
An Claidheamh Soluis, Jan. 25, 1908, quoted in 'St. Brigid in Tradition and Art',The Furrow Vol. 3, No. 2 (Feb., 1952), p. 4.