Literally, the noble bull. Shown Kernunos sculpture is the second of two beings who hold the wheels of time, the dark side of the eye, like her dress, it represents the dark period of the calendar. We find the bull in representations describing Esus, another Gallic god. Hidden in a tree shade qu'Esus, alongside the three cranes, or as Esus supporting the three cranes. The three cranes represent three mattres Mothers Gallic tribes. This tree is a representation of what stands in the way of the spirit, obscurantism, passing through a place outside of clarity Esus shades to find the light of understanding and creative future on new paths.
Again the cult of water made its way. Triscèle the three vortices is connected in a center vortices representing three waters, closely resembling ondoyées forms the mound Gavrinis. Mattres three cranes that indicate the path of migration in the sky, ways of life, waters of the history of mankind. The three waters that are in correspondence with Kernunos through the bull, the time would be the water of the past, and future water this water. That can be translated also by hard water memory crystallized, ice, water constantly moving and rippling water present and the future, free as air clouds. The bull god joined three cranes is the master of fates, dark about what will happen later, good or bad, and which allows an elected turned the corner to an open future, the second wheel, complementary to the deer god, master creations and births. A new cycle begins.
The Minotaur is probably very near myth also, half man, half bull, connected to the fate of a kingdom which offered its young people disappearing into the dark labyrinth of the destiny of men, culture meaningful in the culture of travel the waters of life, the labyrinth is the metaphorical expression dark paths to the woods or the Gauls have travel ban.
Bullfights are sacrifices of bulls in arenas that are a result of this myth, we sacrifice the dark to reach the divine light of an arc in the sky knight who conquers the darkness and bestiality. But this is a common deviating from that which was in vogue among our ancestors. The bull was noble and respectable.