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Townlands and Villages

Name in English Name in Irish Translation
Aughadeffin Achadh Doiffin Divin's field
Ballinrumpa Baile an Rumpa town of the rupture or rump
Ballyglass Baile Glas green village
Barcul Barr Cuill top of the hazel
Carrowbeg Ceathrú Bheag the little quarter
Carrownalacka Ceathrú an Leaca quarter of the hillside
Cashellahenny Caiseal Laithinne Lahinny's stone fort
Clooncara Cluain Cártha lawn or meadow of the rock
Cloonfaulis Cluain Falas bright meadow
Cloonfeaghra Cluain Fiachra Fiachra's lawn or meadow
Clooniron Cluain Iarrainn meadow of the iron
Cloonnamna Cluain na Mná the woman's lawn or meadow
Culgarriff Cor Garbh coarse round hill (Cor also denotes a pit)
Culcastle Coill an Chaisil wood of the fort
Culclare Coill a' Chláir wood of the plain
Culiagh Coilleadh woodland
Derragh Doire Each the oakwood of the horses
Derrynaleck Doire na Leice oakwood of the flat stone
Glantavraun Gleann Tabhráin Tavran's Glen
Gowlaun Gabhlán a small fork
Kilkelly Cill Cheallaigh Ceallach's church
Kilmore Coill Mhór great wood
Kilmovee Cill Mobhi St Mobhi's church
Knockbrack Cnoc Breac speckled hill
Leveelick Leath-Mhíliuc the marshy half
Magheraboy Machaire Buí yellow plain
Raherolish Rath ar Eolais Eolus' Fort
Rathnagussaun Rath na nGiosán fort of the pikes
Rusheens East Ruisíní small point of land, or small woods
Rusheens West Ruisíní small point of land, or small woods
Shammerbawn Seamair Bán white sorrel, or shamrock
Shammerdoo Seamair Dubh black sorrel, or shamrock
Skeheen Sceithín a small bush or lone thorn
Sinolane Sonnach-mhulláin mound or rampart of the hill
Sraheens Sraithíní small holms
Tavrane Teamhrán a little hill commanding fine prospect
Tullyganny Tulach Gainimh hill of the sand
Egool Accomhal Old Irish, meaning a junction or connecting piece of Land
Urlaur Urlár a floor

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