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Acallamh na Senórach

Place and tribal names

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(Onom. = Onomasticon Goedelicum)
(FM. = Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters, ed. O’Donovan)
(Fia. = Annals of Ireland: Three Fragments, ed. O’Donovan)
(Lct. = Leabhar na gCeart, ed. O’Donovan)
(Tp. = Topographical Poems, ed. O’Donovan)
(Fy. = The Genealogies, Tribes and Customs of Hy-Fiachrach, ed. O’Donovan)
(Im. = The Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many, ed. O’Donovan)
(Ti. = The Tribes of Ireland, ed. O’Donovan)
(Mr. = Battle of Magh Rath, ed. O’Donovan)
(Ods. = O’Donovan’s Supplement to O’Reilly’s Irish-English Dictionary)
(Ls. = Ancient Laws of Ireland, ed. O’Donovan/O’Curry)
(Mm. = O’Curry’s Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History)
(ML. = Cath Mhuighe Léana, ed. O’Curry)
(Md. = Martyrology of Donegal, ed. O'Donovan)
(Lisl. = Lives of Saints from the Book of Lismore, ed. Stokes)
(Tl. = Tripartite Life of St. Patrick, ed. Stokes)
(Ca. = Cóir Anmann, ed. Stokes in Irische Texte iii, 2nd Heft.)
(Fg. = Félire hÚi Gormáin, ed. Stokes)
(Adr. = Dr. Reeves’ Notes to Adamnan’s Vita Sancti Columbae)
(Au. = Annals of Ulster, ed. Hennessy/MacCarthy)
(Lc. = Annals of Loch Cé, ed. Hennesssy)
(At. iv = The Atlantis, iv)
(Rc. = Revue Celtique)

In addition to the above online sources, identification of the placenames below is based on the Fascicles of the following publication, where available:

HDGP = Historical dictionary of Gaelic placenames (Ó Riain et al.)

The following modern translation contains identifications and maps of some placenames in Acallamh na Senórach:

Anne Dooley and Harry Roe (tr.), Tales of the Elders of Ireland, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999).

The following papers contain identifications and maps of some Connaught placenames in Acallamh na Senórach:

Anne Connon, Plotting Acallam na Senórach: the physical context of the ‘Mayo’ sequence, in: Sarah Sheehan, Joanne Findon and Westley Follett (eds.), Gablánach in scélaigecht: Celtic studies in honour of Ann Dooley, (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013), pp. 69-102.
Anne Connon, The Roscommon locus of Acallam na senórach and some thoughts as to tempus and persona, in: Aidan Doyle and Kevin Murray (eds.), In Dialogue with the Agallamh: Essays in Honour of Seán Ó Coileáin, (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2014), pp. 21-59.

For comments on the placenames mentioned in Géisid cúan (§64, ll. 843-864), see:
Seán Ó Coileáin, The setting of Géisid cúan, in: Aidan Doyle and Kevin Murray (eds.), In Dialogue with the Agallamh: Essays in Honour of Seán Ó Coileáin, (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2014), pp. 218-230.

The placenames marked with a star (*) below have been identified and appear in the Google Map above; line-numbers are given for each placename to facilitate locating placenames in the CELT edition as a single file.

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Abann Dá Loch, in Glenn Enaig; the Glenealo River, which flows through the two lakes at Glendalough, Co. Wicklow (HDGP i p. 3, s.n. Abha(nn) Dá Loch) (Onom. ‘a. dá loch’), §186; l. 2430.

Abann Desi, at Ráith na Sciath, near Trácht Rúdraigi; perhaps the small river flowing into Dundrum Bay, Co. Down, between the parishes of Loughinisland and Down (HDGP i p. 3, s.n. Abha(nn) Déise) (Onom. ‘a. desi’), §§253, 258; ll. 3384, 3430.

*Achad , Aghaboe, barony of Clarmallagh (Map), Co. Laois (FM. i p. 452, note x) (HDGP i p. 12, s.n. Achadh Bó) (Onom. ‘achad bó’), §56; l. 699.

*Achad Fabair Umhaill = Achad Abair Umaill, Aghagower, (Map – Achadh Fobhair), barony of Burrishoole, Co. Mayo; Umall, now the Owles, comprised the baronies of Burrishoole and Murrisc (Map), Co. Mayo (Fy. pp. 150-151, note h) (FM. i p. 420, note i) (HDGP i p. 18, s.n. Achadh Fobhair) (Onom. ‘a. fabair umhaill’, ‘a. abair umaill’), §579; ll. 7763-4.

*Adarca Bó Abdul Iuchna, in Úi Failgi; probably around Clonaheen townland, barony of Tinnahinch (Map), Co. Laois (HDGP i p. 25, s.n. Adharca (Iuchna)) (Onom. ‘adarca bó abdul iuchna’), §98; l. 1271.

*Ail Find, Elphin, barony of Roscommon (Map), Co. Roscommon (FM. ii p. 1166, note i) (HDGP i p. 29, s.n. Ail Fi(o)nn) (Onom. ‘ail find’), §292; l. 3888.

Ailén in tSnáma = Ailén na nDeman (HDGP i p. 31, s.n. Ailéan = Oiléan) (Onom. ‘ailén in tsnáma’), §580; l. 7771.

Ailén na nDeman, facing Cruach (Patric) (HDGP i p. 31, s.n. Ailéan = Oiléan) (Onom. ‘a. na ndeman’), §580; l. 7771.

Aill in Bhruic, in Luachair Degad, Munster (HDGP i p. 32, s.n. Aill an Bhruic) (Onom. ‘aill in bhruic’), §140; l.1766.

*(inn) Airm (See Cell Chaimín), the townland of Arm, barony of Castlereagh (Map), Co. Roscommon (Connon (2013), op. cit., p. 78) (FM. iv p. 799, note d) (HDGP i p. 46, s.n. Airm, an) (Onom. ‘inn airm’, ‘airm’), §486; l. 6541.

Alba, from the 9th Century, the Gaelic kingdom in Scotland, later the whole of Scotland (HDGP i p. 50, s.n. Alba (1)) (Onom. ‘alba’), §§14, 32, 35, 41, 230; ll. 159, 330, 332, 356, 487, 3058, 3059.

Almáin, Germany (Fg. p. 295, July 8, gloss 5) (HDGP i p. 55, s.n. Almáin, an) (Onom. ‘almáin’), §324; l. 4535.

*Almu, Allen Hill, in the townland of Carrick, barony of Connell (Map), Co. Kildare (Fia. pp. 32-33 (45-46), note b) (HDGP i p. 55, s.n. Almha) (Onom. ‘almu’), §§27, 97, 98, 105, 253, 337, 411, 430, 547; ll. 285, 1251, 1262, 1419, 1447, 3365, 4717, 5708, 5862, 7328.

Amharrtha, unidentified, §137; l. 1744.

*Ara, the Isle of Arran, Firth of Clyde, Scotland (FM. ii p. 1112, note w) (HDGP i p. 71, s.n. Ara (1)) (Onom. ‘ára’), §§32, 33; ll. 331, 351.

*Ára, Inishmore, the Aran Islands, in Galway Bay (At. iv, p. 116, note 82) (HDGP i p. 72, s.n. Ára (1)) (Onom. ‘ára’), §193; l. 2518.

Araib, Arabia (HDGP i p. 74, s.n. Aráib, (an)) (Onom. ‘araib’), §31; l. 321.

*Árd Abla, Lissardowlan townland, barony of Ardagh (Map), Co. Longford (FM. i p. 393, note q) (HDGP i p. 77, s.n. Ard Abhla) (Onom. ‘árd abla’) §89; l. 1140.

*Ard Caomháin = Airdne Coemáin, Ardcavan, barony of Shalmaliere East (Map), Co. Wexford (Md. p. 169 (231)) (HDGP i p. 82, s.n. Ard Caomháin; p. 42, s.n. Airdne Caomháin) (Onom. ‘a. caomháin’, ‘airdne coemáin’), §279; ll. 3719, 3721.

Ard Cuanaidhe, opposite Ard Cuillend in Machaire Laighen, unidentified (Onom. ‘a. cuanaidhe’), §350; ll. 4842, 4843, 4873.

Ard Cuillend, in Machaire Laighen, Leinster (HDGP i p. 84, s.n. Ard Cuillinn (1)) (Onom. ‘a. cuillend’), §§350, 351; ll. 4840, 4844, 4878.

Ard Fece = Ráith Mór Maige Fea (HDGP i p. 86, s.n. Ard Féige) (Onom. ‘a. fece’), §345; ll. 4804, 4808.

Ard Fostada na Féine = Ard in Fhostada, near the River Slaney in Leinster (HDGP i p. 87, s.n. Ard Fostadha na Féin(n)e) (Onom. ‘a. fostada na féine’, ‘ard in fhostada’), §§355, 357; ll. 4935, 4938, 4980, 4981, 4996.

Ard in Gaiscid = Fochard Muirtheimne (HDGP i p. 78, s.n. Ard an Ghaiscidh) (Onom. ‘a. in gaiscid’), §176; l. 2315.

*Árd nGlas, near Dún na mBarc in Tír Conaill; probably Ardglass, barony of Kilmacrenan (Map), Co. Donegal (HDGP i p. 88, s.n. Ard Glass) (Onom. ‘á. nglas’), §157; l. 2035.

Ard in Proicepta, near Maistiu (HDGP i p. 79, s.n. Ard an Phroiceapta) (Onom. ‘a. in proicepta’), §348; l. 4827.

Ard na Macraide = Árd nGlas (HDGP i p. 96, s.n. Ard na Macraidhe (1)) (Onom. ‘a. na macraide’), §§157, 510; ll. 2035, 6899.

Ard na Macraide = Ard Scol (HDGP i p. 96, s.n. Ard na Macraidhe (2)) (Onom. ‘a. na macraide’), §§213, 347; ll. 2852, 4817.

Ard na n-Aingel = Uarán nGarad, Oran, barony of Ballymoe (Map), Co. Roscommon (HDGP i p. 94, s.n. Ard na nAingeal (2)) (Onom. ‘a. na n-aingel’), §575; ll. 7734, 7736-7.

Ard na Teinedh, apparently near Temair (HDGP i p. 97, s.n. Ard na Teine) (Onom. ‘a. na teinedh’), §135; ll. 1731-2.

*Ard Pátricc, Ardpatrick, barony of Coshlea (Map), Co. Limerick (Ods. p. 575 (590)) (Tl. p. 209) (HDGP i p. 98, s.n. Ard Pádraig (1)) (Onom. ‘a. pátricc’), §§56, 80; ll. 709, 999.

Ard Ruidi = Ard Ruidhe, apparently in the barony of Burren (Map), Co. Clare (HDGP i p. 40, s.n. Aird Ruidhe (1)) (Onom. ‘a. ruidi’, ‘a. ruidhe’), §40; l. 446.

*Ard Scol, Ardscull, barony of Narragh and Reban East (Map), Co. Kildare (HDGP i p. 100, s.n. Ard Scol) (Onom. ‘á. scol’), §347; ll. 4817-8.

*Ard Senaigh, perhaps in Glenballythomas, barony of Roscommon (Map), Co. Roscommon (HDGP i p. 100, s.n. Ard Seanaigh (1)) (Onom. ‘a. senaigh’), §302; ll. 4056, 4061.

Áth Ainmneda na Scine = Áth na Scine, in Connacht (HDGP i p. 108, s.n. Áth Ainmneadha na Scine; p. 151, s.n. Áth na Scine) (Onom. ‘áth ainmneda na scine’), §299; l. 4040.

Áth mBercha, probably the Southern boundary of Mag Aíi, near Roscommon, Co. Roscommon (HDGP i p. 114, s.n. Áth Bearcha) (Onom. ‘á. mbercha’), §587; ll. 7862-3.

Áth Braengair = Áth Mór, (HDGP i p. 115, s.n. Áth Braengair) (Onom. ‘a. braengair’), §56; l. 707.

*Áth Colta = Áth Coltna, one of the boundaries of Mag Aíi, perhaps on the River Shannon at Termonbarry Bridge, Co. Roscommon (HDGP i p. 123, s.n. Áth Colta = Áth Coltna) (Onom. ‘a. colta’, ‘a. coltna’), §587; l. 7862.

*Áth Daim Ghlais, between Druim Cliab and Benn Gulban; probably on the Drumcliff River, barony of Carbury (Map), Co. Sligo (HDGP i p. 127, s.n. Áth Daimh Ghlais) (Onom. ‘á. daim ghlais’), §§114, 115, 510; ll. 1514, 1531, 1536, 6894.

Áth Dergtha in Daim = Áth in Daim, on the River Slaney, in Co. Carlow and Co. Wexford (HDGP i p. 128, s.n. Áth Deartha an Daimh; p. 110, s.n. Áth an Daimh) (Onom. ‘á. dergtha in daim’), §317; l. 4435.

*Áth Ferna, probably on the Bann River at Milltown Bridge, Milltown, 1 mile East of Ferns, barony of Scarawalsh (Map), Co. Wexford (HDGP i p. 131, s.n. Áth Fearna (1)) (Onom. ‘á. ferna’), §196; ll. 2603, 2613.

Áth Finglaisse, probably at Áth Ferna, Co. Wexford (HDGP i p. 133, s.n. Áth Fionnghlaise Fia) (Onom. ‘á. finglaisse’), §196; l. 2617.

Áth Fostada na Féine = Áth in Fhostada, on the river River Slaney in Leinster, near Ard Fostada na Féine (HDGP i p. 134, s.n. Áth Fostadha (na Féin(n)e)); p. 111, s.n. Áth an Fhostadha (Onom. ‘á. fostada na féine’), §§357, 374; ll. 4981, 5234.

Áth nGuill, near Dundalk (HDGP i p. 115, s.n. Áth Guill (1)) (Onom. ‘á. nguill’), §176; l. 2317.

Áth Imeacail, in North Connacht (HDGP i p. 136, s.n. Áth Imeagail), §500; l. 6752.

Áth in Chomraic = Áth Daim Ghlais (HDGP i p. 110, s.n. Áth an Chomhraic; p. 127, s.n. Áth Daimh Ghlais) (Onom. ‘á. in chomraic’), §114; ll. 1513-4.

Áth in Daim, on the River Slaney, in Co. Carlow and Co. Wexford (HDGP i p. 110, s.n. Áth an Daimh) (Onom. ‘á. in daim’), §317; l. 4431.

Áth Leathan = Áth Tuisil (HDGP i p. 138, s.n. Áth Leathan (5)) (Onom. ‘á. leathan’), §92; l. 1188.

Áth Lethan Loichi = Áth Lethan Luain (HDGP i p. 138, s.n. Áth Leathan Lóiche = Áth Leathan Luain) (Onom. ‘á. lethan loichi’), §378; ll. 5307-8.

*Áth Lethan Luain, perhaps = Áth Luain, on the River Shannon, near Athlone, in Co. Roscommon and Co. Westmeath (FM. i p. 553, note y) (HDGP i p. 138, s.n. Áth Leathan Luain) (Onom. ‘áth lethan luain’), §378; l. 5308.

Ath Lis, in or near Fid Gaible; unidentified (Onom. ‘a. lis’), §479; l. 6460.

*Áth Moga, (Map – Ath Mogha), on the River Suck, in Ballymoe village, barony of Ballymoe (Map), Co. Galway (FM. v p. 1398, note w) (HDGP i p. 144, s.n. Áth Mogha) (Onom. ‘á. moga’), §295; l. 3968.

Áth Mór, between Knocklong and Ardpatrick, Co. Limerick (HDGP i p. 145, s.n. Áth Mór (1)) (Onom. ‘á. mór’), §56; l. 707.

Áth Mór = Áth Moga (HDGP i p. 145, s.n. Áth Mór (4)) (Onom. ‘á. mór’), §295; l. 3968.

Áth na gCarpat = Áth nGuill (HDGP i p. 146, s.n. Áth na gCarbad (2)) (Onom. ‘á. na gcarbad’), §176; l. 2317.

Áth Sisel = Áth Tuisil (HDGP i p. 154, s.n. Áth Sisel) (Onom. ‘á. sisel’), §92; l. 1191.

*Áth Tuisil, on the River Suir, in Athasselabbey North, barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Tipperary (Ods. p. 577 (592)) (HDGP i p. 157, s.n. Áth Tuiseal) (Onom. ‘á. tuisil’), §91; ll. 1162, 1163.

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*Badamair, probably the area around Cnoc Rafann, a fortified hill in Knockgraffon townland, barony of Middlethird (Map), Co. Tipperary (Mm. pp. 305 (337)) (Ods. p. 579 (594)) (HDGP ii p. 153, s.n. Bodhamair (1) / Badhamair) (Onom. ‘badamair’) §§409, 596, 598; ll. 5652, 5654, 7919, 7926.

Bái  = Baoí Bherre, an early name for the Southern section of the Bear peninsula, barony of Bear (Map), Co. Cork (FM. vi p. 2309) (HDGP ii p. 79, s.n. Baoi) (Onom. ‘bái’, ‘baoí bherre’), §59; l. 736.

Banba, originally an alternative name for Breagha; more commonly used as a poetic name for Ireland (HDGP ii p. 76, s.n. Banbha) (Onom. ‘banba’) §561; l. 7548.

Bas Pátraic, a well in Co. Antrim, West of Slemish Mountain, Co. Antrim (HDGP ii p. 82, s.n. Bas Phádraig) (Onom. ‘bas pátraic’), §272, l. 3634.

*Belach Átha , roadway near Athy, barony of Narragh and Reban West (Map), Co. Kildare (HDGP ii p. 102, s.n. Bealach Átha hÍ) (Onom. ‘b. átha hí’), §78; l. 990.

*Belach nGabrain, at or near Kilmacahill, barony of Gowran (Map), Co. Kilkenny (Au. iii p. 44, A.D. 1401) (Tl. p. 195) (HDGP ii p. 109, s.n. Bealach Gabhráin) (Onom. ‘b. ngabrain’), §598; ll. 7929, 7936.

Benn Bán in Retha, between Sliab Cláire in East Co. Limerick and Sliab Crott in West Co. Tipperary (HDGP ii p. 117, s.n. Beann Bhán an Reatha) (Onom. ‘b. bán in retha’), §§408, 412; ll. 5633, 5723-4.

Benn Bairche, see Benna Bairche, §240; ll. 3204, 3207, 3209.

*Benna Bairche, the Mourne Mountains, Co. Down (FM. iv p. 1204 (558), note j) (HDGP ii p. 125, s.n. Beanna Boirche) (Onom. ‘benna bairche’), §§137, 212, 529; ll. 1748, 2818, 7092-3.

*Benn Étair, the Hill of Howth, Co. Dublin (FM. ii p. 681, note i) (HDGP ii p. 120, s.n. Beann Éadair) (Onom. ‘b. étair’), §§16, 18, 24, 195, 242, 334, 378, 409, 410, 412, 506, 567; ll. 171, 188, 249, 2600, 3228, 4679, 4681, 4683, 5309, 5642, 5658, 5674, 5710, 6790, 7640.

*Benn Gulban, Benbulbin Mountain, barony of Carbury (Map), Co. Sligo (FM. iii p. 493, note o) (HDGP ii p. 122, s.n. Beann Ghulba(i)n (1)) (Onom. ‘b. gulban’), §§114, 116; ll. 1515, 1542.

*Benn Gulban in Maenmag, Castlebin East, Castlebin North, Castlebin South, barony of Kilconnell (Map), Co. Galway (HDGP ii p. 122, s.n. Beann Ghulban (2)) (Onom. ‘b. gulban’), §473; ll. 6392, 6395.

Benn in Bailb = Benn mBailb = Benn Gulban in Maenmag (HDGP ii p. 116, s.n. Beann (an) Bhailbh) (Onom. ‘b. in bailb’), §§473, 476; ll. 6392, 6395, 6417, 6439.

*Beoir, the River Nore (Onom. ‘beoir’), §118; l. 1578.

*Berba, the River Barrow in Leinster, flows in Waterford Harbour (FM. i p. 14, note l) (HDGP ii p. 130, s.n. Bearbha, (an)) (Onom. ‘berba’), §§56, 118, 197, 200; ll. 694, 1578, 2630, 2655.

Bernaid na Cét = Berna na Cét = Ceis Chorainn (HDGP ii p. 133, s.n. Bearna na gCéad) (Onom. ‘bernaid na cét’, ‘b. na cét’), §113; l. 1504.

*Berrnaid na Con = Berna na Con, probably in South-West Co. Mayo; possibly Carrownacon, barony of Carra (Map), Co. Mayo (Connon (2013), op. cit., pp. 87-90) (HDGP ii p. 134, s.n. Bearna na gCon) (Onom. ‘berrnaid na con’, ‘b. na con’), §496; l. 6691.

*Berraman = Tráig Berramain, Barrow Harbour, in Barrow townland, barony of Trughanacmy (Map), Co. Kerry (Mm. pp. 305 (337)) (HDGP ii p. 138, s.n. Bearramhain (1)) (Onom. ‘berraman’, ‘t. berramuin’), §123; l. 1614.

Berraman, unidentified (HDGP ii p. 138, s.n. Bearramhain (4)) (Onom. ‘berraman’), §§59, 432; ll. 733, 5875.

Bérre, part, later all, of the Bear peninsula, barony of Bear (Map), Co. Cork and part of the barony of Glanarought (Map), Co. Kerry (FM. i p. 38, note c) (HDGP ii p. 141, s.n. Béirre / Béarra (1)) (Onom. ‘bérre’),, §§59, 216, 255; ll. 736, 2913, 3391, 3399.

Berrobal, alternative form of Berraman; in Maenmag, Co. Galway (HDGP ii p. p. 138, s.n. Bearramhain (3)) (Onom. ‘berrobal’), §§297, 299; ll. 3978, 4014.

*Bóand, the River Boyne in Leinster (FM. i p. 91, A.M. 5160) (HDGP ii p. 155, s.n. Bóinn (Bóann), an) (Onom. ‘bóand’), §§5, 179; ll. 56, 2346.

*Both Chnó, where Colm Cille was born; Lacknacoo, parish of Gartan, barony of Kilmacrenan (Map), Co. Donegal (HDGP ii p. 164, s.n. Both Chnó) (Onom. ‘both chnó’), §150; ll. 1941.

Brega, (Map – Brega), the Eastern part of the central plain, between Midhe and the Irish Sea, mainly in Co. Meath, with parts of Co. Dublin (North of the River Liffey) and Co. Louth (South of the River Dee) (Lct. p. 11, note z) (HDGP ii p. 174, s.n. Breagha (1)) (Onom. ‘brega’), §§5, 8, 30, 207, 489, 568; ll. 53, 82, 313, 2736, 6572, 7647.

Bregmag = Brega (HDGP ii p. p. 174, s.n. Breaghmhagh = Breagha (1)) (Onom. ‘bregmag’), §365; l. 5130.

*Breicsliab = Brecc-sliab, (Map – Breicsliab), Bricklieve Mountains, West of Lough Arrow, Co. Sligo (FM. iii. p. 598, note x) (HDGP ii p. 188, s.n. Breicshliabh) (Onom. ‘breicsliab’, ‘brecc-sliab’), §486; l. 6530.

Breicthír = Tír Maine (HDGP ii p. 188, s.n. Breicthír = Tír Mhaine) (Onom. ‘breicthír’), §§81, 493; ll. 1014, 6633.

Breicthír = Ui Cúanach (HDGP ii p. 188, s.n. Breicthír = Uí Chuanach) (Onom. ‘breicthír’), §420; l. 5782.

Bretain, Britons and their territory (HDGP ii p. 182, s.n. Breatain, (an)) (Onom. ‘bretain’), §§17, 20, 326, 400; ll. 185, 204, 4554, 5531, 5540.

*Brug = Brug na Bóinne = Brug Meicc ind Óc, Newgrange monument, a burial mound in the townland of Newgrange, barony of Slane Upper (Map), Co. Meath (FM. i p. 22, note w) (HDGP ii p. 207, s.n. Brugh (na) Bóinne; p. 205, s.n. Brugh Mic an Óg) (Onom. (‘brug’, ‘brug na bóinne’, ‘b. meicc ind óc’), §§36, 60, 98, 206, 306, 362, 373; ll. 374, 388, 745, 1254, 2716, 4093, 5073, 5224.

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Caelesna, near Tulach na Fiad (HDGP iii p. 49, s.n. Caoileasna) (Onom. ‘caelesna’), §343; l. 4773.

Caerthenn Ban Finn = Caerthenn Clúana Dá Dam (HDGP iii p. 57, s.n. Caorthann Ban bhFionn) (Onom. ‘caerthenn ban finn’), §176; l. 2314.

Caerthenn Clúana Dá Dam, between Sliab Fúait, Co. Armagh and Fochard Muirtheimne, Co. Louth (HDGP iii p. 57, s.n. Caorthann Cluana Dá Dhamh) (Onom. ‘caerthenn clúana dá dam’), §§176, 259; ll. 2314, 3439.

Caill Coiméda = Druim Criadh, in Críoch Ua Tairrsich Laighen (See Uí Tairrsich) (HDGP vi p. 7, s.n. Coill Choimhéada) (Onom. ‘c. coiméda’), §105; l. 1362.

Caill Dithribh, unidentified (HDGP vi p. 8, s.n. Coill Díthribh) (Onom. ‘c. dithribh’), §299; l. 4022.

Caill mac nDraigh in Chasain, unidentified (HDGP vi p. 12, s.n. Coill Mhac nDraigh an Chasáin) (Onom. ‘c. mac ndraigh in chasain’), §294; l. 3945.

*Caill Muadhnatan = Caille in Chosnuma, perhaps Keelty townland, barony of Carbury (Map), Co. Sligo (Dooley and Roe, op. cit., p. 48) (HDGP vi p. 13, s.n. Coill Mhuadhnadan) (Onom. ‘c. muadhnatan’), §116; ll. 1541-2.

Caill na mBuiden = Caill Muadhnatan (Onom. ‘c. na mbuiden’), §116; l. 1541.

Caille in Chosnuma, perhaps Keelty townland, barony of Carbury (Map), Co. Sligo (Dooley and Roe, op. cit., p. 48) (HDGP iii p. 49, s.n. Caoille an Chosnamha (1)) (Onom. ‘caille in chosnuma’), §510; l. 6894.

Caille in Chosnuma, in or equivalent to Mag Raigne, Co. Kilkenny (HDGP iii p. 50, s.n. Caoille an Chosnamha (2)) (Onom. ‘caille in chosnuma’), §§322, 326; ll. 4512, 4551.

Caindealbra in Bandtrachta, in Ráith Cind Con in the South of Mag Femin; unidentified (Onom. ‘caindealbra in bandtrachta’), §400; l. 5545.

Caillaind = Callann, near Cuillend ua Cuanach, Co. Tipperary (HDGP iii p. 39, s.n. Callann (7)), (Onom. ‘caillaind’), §§413, 415; ll. 5727, 5733.

*Caissel na Ríg = Caisel na Ríg, Rock of Cashel, St. Patricksrock townland, barony of Middlethird (Map), Co. Tipperary (Lct. p. 28, note a) (Tl. p. 195) (HDGP iii p. 12, s.n. Caiseal (1)) (Onom. ‘caissel’, ‘caisel’, ‘c. na ríg’), §§387, 389, 390; ll. 5387-8, 5397, 5427.

Cál, placename (?), probably in Connacht (HDGP iii p. 33, s.n. Cál (2)), §299; l. 4029.

*Carman, probably in Carnalway townland, barony of Naas South (Map), Co. Kildare (HDGP iii p. 59, s.n. Carman) (Onom. ‘carman’), §98; l. 1274.

Carn Abla, unidentified (HDGP iii p. 63, s.n. Carn Abhla), §294; l. 3947.

*Carn Bricrenn, perhaps Carrownabricka townland, barony of Ballintober South (Map), Co. Roscommon (Connon (2014), op. cit., pp. 32, 49-50) (HDGP iii p. 65, s.n. Carn Bricreann) (Onom. ‘c. bricrenn’), §§570, 572; ll. 7689, 7717.

Carn Cáiridha, unidentified; in South Leinster (HDGP iii p. 66, s.n. Carn Caoireadha) (Onom. ‘c. cáiridha’), §293; l. 3902.

Carn Daire, near Sliab Mis, Co. Kerry (HDGP iii p. 70, s.n. Carn Dáire (1)) (Onom. ‘c. daire’), §458; l. 6237.

*Carn Finnachaid, probably a cairn at Emain Macha, Navan Fort, (Map – Eamhain Macha), 2 miles West of the town of Armagh, Co. Armagh (HDGP iii p. 73, s.n. Carn Fionnachaidh) (Onom. ‘c. finnachaid’, ‘e. macha’), §§129, 136; ll. 1663, 1735.

*Carn Fráich, Carnfree, a cairn in Carns townland, barony of Roscommon (Map), Co. Roscommon (FM. iii, p. 221, note a) (HDGP iii p. 73, s.n. Carn Fraoich) (Onom. ‘c. fráich’), §§107, 566, 569; ll. 1452, 7598-9, 7651.

*Carn Garb-Daire, probably Carngarrow townland, barony of Kilmacrenan (Map), Co. Donegal (HDGP iii p. 75, s.n. Carn Gairbh Dhoire) (Onom. ‘c. garb-daire’, ‘c. gairb daire’), §158; ll. 2040-1.

Carn in Fhéinnedha, between Benn Étair and the sea (HDGP iii p. 64, s.n. Carn an Fhéinneadha (2)) (Onom. ‘c. in fhéinnedha’), §16; l. 173.

*Carn Luigdech = Carn Lugdach, probably ‘Corran Hill’, Currane townland, barony of Carbery East (E.D.) (Map), Co. Cork (FM. i p. 490, note b) (HDGP iii p. 76, s.n. Carn Lughdach (1)) (Onom. ‘c. luigdech’, ‘c. lugdach’), §268; l. 3555.

Carn Manannáin, West of Slemish Mountain, Co. Antrim (HDGP iii p. 77, s.n. Carn Manannáin) (Onom. ‘c. manannáin’), §273; ll. 3648.

Carn na hAirmi = Carn Fráich (HDGP iii p. 79, s.n. Carn na hÁirmhe) (Onom. ‘c. na hairmi’), §107; l. 1451.

Carn na Curad = (in) Garbthanach (HDGP iii p. 79, s.n. Carn na gCuradh) (Onom. ‘c. na curad’), §309; l. 4123.

Carn na Fingaile, near Sliab Lugha, North Co. Roscommon and South Co. Sligo (HDGP iii p. 79, s.n. Carn na Fionghaile) (Onom. ‘c. na fingaile’), §§553, 555, 556, 557; ll. 7412, 7466, 7475, 7493.

Carn Ruide, unidentified; perhaps at or near Ard Ruidi = Ard Ruidhe (HDGP iii p. 80, s.n. Carn Ruidhe) (Onom. ‘c. ruide’), §290; l. 3883.

Carn Sogradach, placename (?); North-West of Crúachu, Co. Roscommon (HDGP iii p. 81, s.n. Carn Soghrádhach) (Onom. ‘c. sogradach’), §294; ll. 3911-2.

*Carrac Almaine = Carraic na hAlmaine, in Carrick townland, barony of Connell (Map), Co Kildare (HDGP iii p. 85, s.n. Carraig Almhaine; p. 95, s.n. Carraig (na h)Almhaine) (Onom. ‘carrac almaine’), §547; ll. 7320, 7321-2.

Carrac Conluain, at the end of the Slieve Bloom Mountains, in Co. Laois and Co. Offaly (HDGP iii p. 89, s.n. Carraig Chonluain) (Onom. ‘c. conluain’), §49; l. 558.

Carrac Guill, a legendary rock, traditionally placed North of Ros Guill, Co. Donegal (HDGP iii p. 93, s.n. Carraig Ghuill) (Onom. ‘c. guill’), §154; l. 1965.

Carrac ind Fomorach = Dún Mór (HDGP iii p. 86, s.n. Carraig an Fhomhoraigh) (Onom. ‘c. ind fomorach’), §486; ll. 6544-5.

*Carrac na hÉnlaithe, perhaps Carrignanean (Carraig na nÉan), Glanminard townland, barony of Corkaguiny (Map), Co. Kerry (HDGP iii p. 96, s.n. Carraig na hÉanlaithe) (Onom. ‘c. na hénlaithe’), §469; l. 6348.

Carthada in Trír, near Sliab Lugha, North Co. Roscommon and South Co. Sligo (Onom. ‘carthada in trír’), §546; l. 7303.

*Cathair Daim Deirg, North of Murvagh Lower and Murvagh Upper Glebe, barony of Tirhugh (Map), Co. Donegal (HDGP iii p. 108, s.n. Cathair Dhaimh Dheirg) (Onom. ‘c. daim deirg’), §147; l. 1870.

Cathair Daim Díleann = Dún Rosarach (HDGP iii p. 108, s.n. Cathair Dhaimh Dhíleann) (Onom. ‘c. daim díleann’), §97; l. 1250.

*Cathair na Cét, on Sliab Mis, Co. Kerry; perhaps Caherbla, in Beheenagh townland, barony of Corkaguiny (Map), Co. Kerry (HDGP iii p. 113, s.n. Cathair na gCéad) (Onom. ‘c. na cét’), §434; l. 5905.

*Cathair na Claenratha = Cathair Conrói, Caherconree, on Caherconree Mountain, in Beheenagh townland, barony of Corkaguiny (Map), Co. Kerry (Mr. p. 212, note u) (HDGP iii p. 113, s.n. Cathair na Claonrátha; p. 105, s.n. Cathair Chon Raoi) (Onom. ‘c. na claenratha’, ‘c. conrói’), §§447, 472; ll. 6047, 6387.

Cathair Sléibhe Claire, on Sliab Cláire, Co. Limerick (HDGP iii p. 115, s.n. Cathair Shléibhe Cláire) (Onom. ‘c. sléibhe claire’), §213; l. 2843.

*Cathair Sleibe Crot = Cathair Dúine Iascaid (?), on the River Suir, at Cahir, barony of Iffa and Offa West (Map), Co. Tipperary (FM. v p. 1570, note p) (HDGP iii p. 115, s.n. Cathair Shléibhe Crot; p. 109, s.n. Cathair Dhúin Iascaigh) (Onom. ‘c. sleibe crot’, ‘c. dúine iascaid’), §§410, 418, 420; ll. 5673-4, 5690, 5763, 5791.

*Catt, Caithness, in Scotland (Onom. ‘catt’), §256; l. 3407.

*Ceis Chorainn, Kesh Corran mountain near the village of Kesh, barony of Corran (Map), Co. Sligo (FM. v p. 1768, note h) (HDGP iv p. 136, s.n. Ceis Chorainn) (Onom. ‘ceis chorainn’), §113; l. 1504.

Cell Buadnatan = Caille in Chosnuma, perhaps Keelty townland, barony of Carbury (Map), Co. Sligo (Connon (2014), op. cit., p. 51, note 120) (HDGP iii p. 136, s.n. Ceall Bhuadhnadan) (Onom. ‘c. buadnatan’), §510; ll. 6894-5.

*Cell Chaimín, on the River Suck; Kilkeevin church, in Arm townland, parish of Kilkeevin, barony of Castlereagh (Map), Co. Roscommon (Connon (2013), op. cit., pp. 78-79) (HDGP iii p. 140, s.n. Ceall Chaoimhghin (2)) (Onom. ‘c. chaimín’), §486; l. 6543.

*Cell Dara, Kildare, ecclesiastical site, town and parish in the barony of Offaly East (Map), Co. Kildare (FM. i p. 171, note w) (HDGP iii p. 160, s.n. Ceall Dara (1)) (Onom. ‘c. dara’), §56; l. 693.

*Cell Tulach = Cluain na Damraide, ecclesiastical site in Kiltullagh townland, in the parish of Kiltullagh, barony of Castlereagh (Map), Co. Roscommon (Connon (2013), op. cit., pp. 77-78) (HDGP iv p. 57, s.n. Ceall Tulach (2)) (Onom. ‘c. tulach’), §486; l. 6540.

Cellas na n-Dám, unidentified, §343; l. 4786.

Cenél Conaill = Tír Conaill, Tyrconnell, (Cenél Conaill), (Map – Cenél Conaill), a segment of the Northern Uí Néill whose territory varied in extent over the centuries, normally equivalent to the diocese of Raphoe (Map), i.e. most of Tír Chonaill, Co. Donegal (Fy. p. 73, note a) (HDGP iv p. 109, s.n. Ceinéal Conaill) (Onom. ‘cenel conaill’, ‘c. conaill’, ‘t. conaill’), §§30, 156, 205, 365, 489, 497, 499; ll. 307, 2015, 2705, 5131, 6572, 6703, 6713, 6731, 6740.

Cenél n-Eoghain, (Cenél Eóghain) (Map – Cenél Eóghain), the dominant segment of the Northern Uí Néill, originally in Inis Eoghain (mainly the baronies of Inishowen East and Inishown West (Map), Co. Donegal, including Ailech), later expanding into other parts of Ulster, especially Tír Eoghain (County Tyrone), where their coronation site was Tulach Óc (FM. iii p. 7, note r) (HDGP iv p. 117, s.n. Ceinéal Eoghain) (Onom. ‘c. n-eoghain’, ‘t. eogain’), §§326, 334; ll. 4559, 4686.

*Cenn Abrat, probably Seefin Mountain, in Glenosheen townland, barony of Coshlea (Map), Co. Limerick (HDGP iv p. 67, s.n. Ceann Abhradh, p. 74, s.n. Ceann Eabhradh) (Onom. ‘c. abrat’) §§56, 70, 71, 73; ll. 707-8, 891, 906, 947.

*Cenn Cláire, The Pinnacle, a mountain peak in the townland of Glenlary, barony of Coshlea (Map), Co. Limerick (HDGP iv p. 69, s.n. Ceann Cláire (1)) (Onom. ‘c. cláire’), §92, l. 1202.

Cenn Garaid, unidentified (HDGP iv p. 78, s.n. Ceann Garaidh) (Onom. ‘c. garaid’), §294; l. 3956.

*Cenn Mara, Kinvarra village and townland, barony of Kiltartan (Map), Co. Galway (HDGP iv p. 81, s.n. Ceann Mara (2)) (Onom. ‘c. mara’), §299; l. 3999.

*Cenn Tire, Kintyre, Argyll and Bute, Scotland (FM. i p. 244, note c) (HDGP iv p. 85, s.n. Ceann Tíre) (Onom. ‘c. tire’), §59; l. 729.

Ciarraige Luachra, (Ciarraige Luachra), (Map – Ciarraige Luachra), originally in Luachair / Sliabh Luachra, a mountainous area in South-West Co. Limerick and North-West Co. Cork, but mainly in East Co. Kerry (HDGP iv p. 145, s.n. Ciarraighe Luachra) (Onom. ‘ciarraige luachra’), §60; l. 750.

*Cichaib Anann = Dá Cích n-Anainne, The Paps Mountain, barony of Magunihy (Map), Co. Kerry (Ods. p. 614 (629)) (HDGP iv p. 150, s.n. Cíocha Anann) (Onom. ‘cichaib anann’, ‘dá cích n-anainne’, ‘dá chích anann’), §60; l. 774.

Clad na Féine, probably in or near the parish of Cullen, barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Tipperary (HDGP iv p. 151, s.n. Cladh na Féine) (Onom. ‘clad na féine’), §415; l. 5735.

Clanna Dedad, alias for Éarna, associated with Teamhair Éarann / Luachra (FM. v p. 1720, note a) (HDGP v p. 57, s.n. Clanna Deadhadh) (Onom. ‘c. dedad’, ‘luachair’, ‘l. dedad’) (Onom.), §447; l. 6048.

Clár an Chorainn, in the barony of Corran (Map), Co. Sligo (HDGP v p. 65, s.n. Clár an Chorainn), §113; ll. 1504-5.

*Clár Daire Móir, probably in Longfordpass North townland, barony of Eliogarty (Map), Co. Tipperary (HDGP v p. 66, s.n. Clár Doire Mhóir) (Onom. ‘c. daire móir’), §56; ll. 702-3.

*Clárach, Claragh Mountain, in Claraghatlea North and Claraghatlea South townlands, barony of Duhallow (Map), Co. Cork (Ti. p. 67 (70), note 4)) (HDGP v p. 67, s.n. Clárach (1) (Onom. ‘clárach’), §8; l. 100.

*Cléire, Clear Island, barony of Carbery West (E. D.) (Map), Co. Cork (Tp. p. lxv (279), note 566) (HDGP v p. 68, s.n. Cléire (1)) (Onom. ‘cléire’), §59; l. 737.

Clidna, see Tond Clidna (Tp. p. lvvi (280), note 571) (HDGP v p. 71, s.n. Cliodhna) (Onom. ‘clidna’), §357; l. 4990.

Clíu, (Cliú), (Map – Clíu), approximately equivalent to the diocese of Emly (Map) (most of East Co. Limerick, with parts of the baronies of Owney and Arra and Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Tipperary (FM. i p. 47, note b) (HDGP v p. 71, s.n. Cliú (1)) (Onom. ‘clíu’), §565; l. 7594.

*Cloch na n-Arm, a holed stone near the River Slaney; perhaps ‘Cloghaphile’ in Kilbride townland, barony of Forth (Map), Co. Carlow (HDGP v p. 78, s.n. Cloch na nArm) (Onom. ‘c. na n-arm’, ‘cloch na n-arm’), §§316, 319; ll. 4196, 4464.

Cloch na Cét = Lecc na Cét, the Rock of Cashel, Co. Tipperary (HDGP v p. 78, s.n. Cloch na gCéad), §390; l. 5425.

*Cluain Cain na Fairchi, in Munster; perhaps ‘Clonkeen Church’, in Clonkeen (Barrington) townland, barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Limerick (HDGP v p. 95, s.n. Cluain Caoin (2)) (Onom. ‘c. cain na fairchi’), §317; l. 4423, 4448.

Cluain Carpait = Fircuing (HDGP v p. 98, s.n. Cluain Carbaid) (Onom. ‘c. carpait’), §493; l. 6632.

*Cluain Cessain = Ros meic Treoin in Fid Gaible; Cloncassan townland, parish of Clonsast (near the Figile River), barony of Coolestown (Map), Co. Offaly (HDGP v p. 98, s.n. Cluain Ceasáin) (Onom. ‘c. cessain’), §42; l. 493, 495, 499.

Cluain Dam = Cluain Imdergtha (HDGP v p. 109, s.n. Cluain Damh (3)) (Onom. ‘c. dam’),  §492; ll. 6609, 6613.

Cluain Falach, near Cloch na n-Arm on the River Slaney (HDGP v p. 120, s.n. Cluain Falach) (Onom. ‘c. falach’), §319; l. 4487.

Cluain Gamna, unidentified; seems near Ard Caomháin (Onom. ‘c. gamna’), §279; l. 3721.

Cluain Imdergtha = Cluain na nDam, unidentified; in Connacht (HDGP v p. 127, s.n. Cluain Imdheargtha) (Onom. ‘c. imdergtha’), §492; ll. 6607, 6610, 6614, 6621, 6631.

Cluain na nDam = Cluain Imdergtha (HDGP v p. 145, s.n. Cluain na nDamh) (Onom. ‘c. na ndam’), §492; l. 6607.

Cluain na Damraide = Cell Tulach (HDGP v p. 145, s.n. Cluain na Damhraidhe) (Onom. ‘c. na damraide’), §486; l. 6539.

Cluain na nDam = Cluain Dam = Cluain na Damraide = Cell Tulach (Connon (2013), op. cit., pp. 80-81)

Cnái, unidentified, §54; l. 651.

*Cnámchaill, Cleghile townland, barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Tipperary (Mm. 402 (434)) (HDGP v p. 158, s.n. Cnámhchoill (1)) (Onom. ‘cnámchaill’), §56; l. 703.

Cnoc Aifi, in Machaire Laigen, in Leinster (HDGP v p. 167, s.n. Cnoc Aoife) (Onom. ‘c. aifi’), §332; l. 4657.

Cnoc an Banchuire, near Ard na Macraide, Co. Donegal (HDGP v p. 162, s.n. Cnoc an Bhanchuire) (Onom. ‘c. an banchuire’), §213; l. 2851.

Cnoc Árdmulla = Rachra (HDGP v p. 167, s.n. Cnoc Ardmhulla) (Onom. ‘c. árdmulla’), §§37, 273; ll. 416, 3643.

Cnoc Déin, unidentified (HDGP v p. 171, s.n. Cnoc Dean) (Onom. ‘c. déin’), §90; ll. 1161, 1164.

Cnoc in Áir, in Ulster (HDGP v p. 162, s.n. Cnoc an Áir (2) (Onom. ‘c. in áir’), §§222, 227; ll. 2990, 3041.

Cnoc in Áir, near Tara, Co. Meath (HDGP v p. 162, s.n. Cnoc an Áir (3)) (Onom. ‘c. in áir’), §109; l. 1482.

Cnoc in Chircaill, in Mag Aíi, Co. Roscommon (HDGP v p. 163, s.n. Cnoc an Chiorcail) (Onom. ‘c. in chircaill’), §§477, 478; ll. 6446-7, 6449.

Cnoc in Chongna, in Mag Aíi, Co. Roscommon (HDGP v p. 164, s.n. Cnoc an Chongna) (Onom. ‘c. in chongna’), §§477, 478; ll. 6447, 6449.

Cnoc in Eolaire, North West of Crúachu, Co. Roscommon (HDGP v p. 164, s.n. Cnoc an Eolaire) (Onom. ‘c. in eolaire’), §564; ll. 7559-60, 7560-1.

Cnoc in Eoluis = Cnoc in Eolaire (HDGP v p. 164, s.n. Cnoc an Eolais) (Onom. ‘c. in eoluis’), §565; l. 7577.

Cnoc in Fhomhoraic = Torach (HDGP v p. 165, s.n. Cnoc an Fhomharaigh) (Onom. ‘c. in fhomhoraic’), §147; l. 1881.

Cnoc in Nuaill, at Es Ruaid, Co. Donegal (HDGP v p. 166, s.n. Cnoc an Nuaill) (Onom. ‘c. in nuaill’), §544; ll. 7280, 7281.

Cnoc Maine, a hill in the Ballyhoura Mountains on the borders of Co. Cork and Co. Kerry (HDGP v p. 175, s.n. Cnoc Maine (1)) (Onom. ‘c. maine’), §70; l. 897.

*(Cnoc) Meadha Siúil, Knocmaa, in Caltragh townland, barony of Clare (Map), Co. Galway (FM. v p. 1733, note k) (HDGP v p. 175, s.n. Cnoc Meadha (1)) (Onom. ‘c. meadha siúil’), §365; l. 5117.

Cnoc na hAeire, West of Loch Bó at Cenn Abrat (HDGP v p. 176, s.n. Cnoc na hAoire) (Onom. ‘c. na haeire’), §70; ll. 893-4.

Cnoc na Dala = Carn Fráic (FM. iii, p. 221, note a) (HDGP v p. 177, s.n. Cnoc na Dála) (Onom. ‘c. na dala’), §566; l. 7598.

Cnoc na Dechmaide, near Maistiu, Co. Kildare (HDGP v p. 177, s.n. Cnoc na Deachmhaidhe) (Onom. ‘c. na dechmaide’), §348; l. 4825.

Cnoc na Laechraide, in Cenél Conaill, Co. Donegal (HDGP v p. 178, s.n. Cnoc na Laochraidhe) (Onom. ‘c. na laechraide’), §213; l. 2850.

Cnoc na Nonbar, West of Tara, Co. Meath (HDGP v p. 178, s.n. Cnoc na Naonbhar) (Onom. ‘c. na nonbar’), §593; l. 7901.

Cnoc na Ríg = Maistiu (HDGP v p. 179, s.n. Cnoc na Ríogh (4)) (Onom. ‘c. na ríg’), §346; l. 4814.

Cnoc na Ríg = Uarán nGarad (HDGP v p. 179, s.n. Cnoc na Ríogh (5)) (Onom. ‘c. na ríg’), §102; l. 1316.

Cnoc Tlachtga = Tlachtga (HDGP v p. 183, s.n. Cnoc Tlachtgha) (Onom. ‘c. tlachtga ’), §179; l. 2347.

Cnoc Uachtair Erca = Uisnech (HDGP v p. 184, s.n. Cnoc Uachtair Earca) (Onom. ‘c. uachtair erca’), §171; l. 2252.

*Cnúcha, a hill in Castleknock townland, barony of Castleknock (Map), Co. Dublin (FM. i. p. 39, note f) (HDGP v p. 188, s.n. Cnucha (1)) (Onom. ‘cnúcha’), §§129, 193; ll. 1671, 2526.

Coiscéim Essa Ruaid, near Es Ruaid (Onom. ‘coisceim essa ruaid’), §510; ll. 6898-9.

Collamair Breg, between the mouth of the Delvin River, Co. Dublin and Co. Meath, and Turvey, Co. Dublin (HDGP vi pp. 29-30, s.n. Collamhair) (Onom. ‘collamair breg’), §566; ll. 7607, 7609.

*Comar, near Clonard village, Co. Meath, probably at the confluence of the River Boyne and the Clonard River (Tp. p. x (224), note 41) (HDGP vi p. 33, s.n. Comar (2)) (Onom. ‘comar’), §1; l.

*Comar trí n-uisce, the point at which the River Suir, the River Nore and the River Barrow meet, at Cheekpoint townland, barony of Gaultiere (Map), Co. Waterford (FM. i p. 490, note c) (HDGP vi p. 35, s.n. Comar Trí nUisce) (Onom. ‘c. trí n-uisce’), §§118, 197; ll. 1577-8, 2629.

Concaite, in England, §297; l. 3982.

Connachta, the territory west of the River Shannon (HDGP vi p. 48, s.n. Connachta) (Onom. ‘connachta’), §§30, 81, 93, 164, 290; ll. 308, 1016, 1018, 1205, 2132, 3875.

*Connlón, perhaps Conlawn Hill, in Ballyfin Upper townland, barony of Maryborough West (Map), Co. Laois (HDGP vi p. 53, s.n. Connlán Cinn tSean-Shléibhe) (Onom. ‘connlón’), §294; l. 3941.

Corann, the barony of Corran, Co. Sligo, but formally included the baronies of Leyny, Co. Sligo and Gallen (Map), Co. Mayo (Obr. p. 125) (HDGP vi p. 58, s.n. Corann, (an)) (Onom. ‘corann’),§§113, 564; ll. 1505, 7566.

Corcach Maige Ulad, West of Tralee plain, Co. Kerry (HDGP vi p. 83, s.n. Corcach Mhaighe Uladh) (Onom. ‘c. maige ulad’), §447; l. 6045.

Corco Duibne, (Corco Duibne), (Map – Corca Duibne), people and territory in the baronies of Corkaguiny, Iveragh and Magunihy (Map), Co. Kerry (HDGP vi p. 65, s.n. Corca Dhuibhne) (Onom. ‘c. duibne’), §§30, 280; l. 309, 3728.

Corcomrúad, (Map – Corca Mruad), people and territory in the baronies of Corcomroe and Burren (Map), Co. Clare (Tp. p. lxxii (286), note 639) (HDGP vi p. 71, s.n. Corca Mruadh) (Onom. ‘corcomrúad’, ‘corc modruadh’), §587; l. 7851.

*Corróca Cnamchoille, the townlands Corrogemore and Corrogebeg, barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Tipperary (Ods. p. 608 (623)) (HDGP vi p. 88, s.n. Corróga Cnámhchoille) (Onom. ‘corróca cnamchoille’), §56, l. 703.

Corrshliab na Féinne = Ess mac n-Eirc, Assylin, Co. Roscommon (Onom. ‘corrshliab na féinne’), §113; l. 1502.

*Creatshalach, Cratloe Wood, barony of Bunratty Lower (Map), Co. Clare (HDGP vi p. 103, s.n. Creatalach, an) (Onom. ‘creatshalach’), §80, l. 1010.

Crích in Cosnama = Caille in Chosnuma, Co. Sligo (Tp. p. xxxviii (252), note 278) (HDGP vi p. 104, s.n. Críoch an Chosnamha) (Onom. ‘c. in cosnama’, ‘c. cairpre’), §114; l. 1511.

Cromglenn, unidentified; references associated with the Fianna (HDGP vi p. 121, s.n. Croimghleann (3)) (Onom. ‘cromglenn’), §§14, 594; ll. 156, 7912.

*Crotta Clíach, Galty Mountains, South Co. Tipperary and East Co. Limerick (Tp. p. lxxxiii (297), note 753) (Mm. pp. 426-427 (459-460)) (HDGP vi p. 129, s.n. Crota Cliach) (Onom. ‘crotta clíach’), §54; ll. 615, 636.

Cruach (Patric) = Cruachan Aigle (HDGP vi p. 131, s.n. Cruach Phádraig) (Onom. ‘c. patric’), §580, ll. 7770, 7774, 7778.

*Cruachan (Aigle), Croagh Patrick mountain, barony of Murrisk (Map), Co. Mayo (Au. ii pp. 86-87, note 1) (Tl. pp. 113-121) (HDGP vi p. 136, s.n. Cruachán Aighle) (Onom. ‘c. aigle’), §493; l. 6657.

*Crúachu, (Map – Cruachain), Rathcroghan in Toberrory townland, barony of Roscommon (Map), Co. Roscommon (FM. i p. 51, note h) (HDGP vi p. 131, s.n. Cruacha(in) (1) (Onom. ‘crúachu’), §§292, 294, 299, 564; ll. 3890, 3896, 3912, 4018, 7560.

Cruthentuath, a name used for a people found mainly in Ulster, in Dál n-Araide (Co. Antrim) and Uí Eachach Coba (Co. Down) and in various other places in Ireland and also used for the Picts of Scotland (FM. i p. 189, note l) (HDGP vi p. 139, s.n. Cruitheantauth) (Onom. ‘cruthentuath’), §32; l. 332.

Cuaille Cepáin, the Southern boundary of Connacht, in Echtge (North Co. Clare and South Co. Galway) (HDGP vi p. 143, s.n. Cuaille (an) Cheapáin) (Onom. ‘cuaille cepáin’), §§80, 587; ll. 1011-2, 7848.

Cuailnge, the Cooley peninsula, barony of Dundalk Lower (Map), Co. Louth (Ls. i p. 46 (107), note 1) (HDGP vi p. 143, s.n. Cuailnge) (Onom. ‘cuailnge’), §§163, 165, 426;  ll. 2105, 2115, 2145, 2164, 5837, 6576.

Cualu, (Crích Cualu), an early name for the whole area of the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains, originally around Tallaght and Saggart, stretching down to Blessington; later including South Co. Dublin east of the River Dodder and North-Eastern Co. Wicklow as far South as Newcastle (Lct. 13, note h) (HDGP vi p. 146, s.n. Cuala (1)) (Onom. ‘cualu’), §201; l. 2684.

*Cuillend = Cuillend ua Cuanach, Cullen townland, barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Tipperary (FM. v pp. 1714-5, note a) (HDGP vi p. 177, s.n. Cuil(l)eann (1)) (Onom. ‘cuillend’, ‘cuillend ua cuanach’), §§56, 413, 414, 415, 430, 432; ll. 703-4, 5727, 5731, 5733, 5859, 5863, 5868, 5870.

Cuillendros na Féinne, South of Both Chnó, Co. Donegal (HDGP vi p. 180, s.n. Cuil(l)eannros na Féinne) (Onom. ‘cuillendros na féinne’), §150, l. 1939.

Cuire, in Alba (Onom. ‘cuire’), §173; l. 2296.

Cúl Ó Find, (Map – Cuil O bhFinn), the place that gave its name to the barony of Coolavin (Map), Co. Sligo (FM. iv p. 908, note t) (HDGP vi p. 175, s.n. Cúil Ua bhFinn) (Onom. ‘c. ó find’), §§546, 550; ll. 7298, 7355.

Cúl Radairc = Cúl Ó Find (HDGP vi p. 173, s.n. Cúil Radhairc) (Onom. ‘c. radairc’), §§546, 550, 554; ll. 7297, 7354, 7432.

*Currach na Cuan, South of Both Chnó, Co. Donegal; perhaps Curraghavogy townland, barony of Kilmacrenan (Map), Co. Donegal (HDGP vi p. 185, s.n. Cu(i)rr(e)ach na gCuan) (Onom. ‘c. na cuan’), §150; l. 1940.

Currach na Milchon = Currach na Cuan (Onom. ‘c. na milchon’), §150; l. 1940.

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*Dabar, most likely to be Tobernaglas, a well in the townland of Glaspatrick, on the north face of Croagh Patrick, Co. Mayo (Connon (2013), op. cit., pp. 93) (Onom. ‘dabar’), §580; l. 7778.

*Dail, a river in Munster, probably the River Deel, in Co. Cork and Co. Limerick (Tp. p. xlix (263), note 395) (Onom. ‘dail’), §59; l. 735.

Daire Braín = Daire Bainb, in the Eastern part of Sliab Bladma (Rc. xvi p. 63) (Onom. ‘d. braín’, ‘d. bainb’), §299; l. 4029.

Daire Dos, seems to be near the Brug (Onom. ‘d. dá dos’), §64; l. 852.

Daire Dairbri (Onom. ‘d. dairbri’), §275; l. 3674.

Daire Guill, North of Both Chnó (Onom. ‘d. guill’), §150, l. 1943.

Daire in Coecair, at or near Sliab Mis (Onom. ‘d. in coecair’), §§435, 450, 452; ll. 5911-2, 6083, 6140.

Daire na Damraide, near and North of Benn Gulban (Onom. ‘d. na damraide’), §116; l. 1543.

Daire na Fingaile, in Munster; seems to be at or near Cluain Cain na Fairchi (Onom. ‘d. na fingaile’), §317; l. 4424.

Daire Tarbgai, in Connacht (Onom. ‘d. tarbgai’), §§164, 299; ll. 2132, 4031.

Dairmag = Dermag, between Druim Criaig = Cell Dara and Berba; NOT Durrow, barony of Ballycowan (Map), Co. Offaly (FM. i p. 212, note h) (Onom. ‘dairmag’, ‘dermag’), §56; l. 694.

Dál n-Araide, (Dál n-Araidhe), (Map – Dál nAraide), South Co. Antrim and North Co. Down (Ra. pp. 334-348) (Onom. ‘d. n-araide’), §§30, 89, 215, 223, 278, 279, 326, 489; ll. 312, 1138, 2883, 2999, 3691, 3706, 4553, 6574.

Déisi Temrach, the baronies of Deece Lower and Deece Upper (Map), Co. Meath (FM. iii p. 147, note z) (Onom. ‘déisi temrach’), §40; l. 478.

Dési Muman, (Déisi Mumhan), (Map – Déisi Mumhan), the Decies, Co. Waterford and south Co. Tipperary (FM. iii p. 147, note z) (Onom. ‘dési muman’), §§196, 365, 489; ll. 2606, 5133, 6571.

*Drochat Átha, Drogheda, Co. Louth (FM. i p. 497, note f) (Onom. ‘d. átha’), §5; l. 53.

*Drochat Martra, Belladrihid, barony of Tirerrill (Map), Co. Sligo (Lc. i p. 216, note 5) (Onom. ‘d. martra’), §510; ll. 6891-2.

Drochat na Nonbor = Drochat Martra, (Onom. ‘d. na nonbor’), §510; l. 6891.

Druim n-Assail, in Dál n-Araide; NOT Toryhill (Cnoc Droma Asail), in the parish of Croom, barony of Pubblebrien (Map), Co. Limerick (Lct. p. 92, note s) (Onom. ‘d. n-assail’, ‘cnoc droma asail’, ‘c. droma asail’), §289; l. 3855.

*Druim Cáin, possibly Dromkeen, barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Limerick (Onom. ‘d. cáin’), §64; l. 847.

*Druim Cliab, Drumcliff, barony of Carbury (Map), Co. Sligo (FM. i p. 517, note p) (Onom. ‘d. cliab’), §§114, 510; ll. 1513, 6893.

*Druim Criaich = Druim Criadh, Drumcree, barony of Delvin (Map), Co. Westmeath (Connon (2014), op. cit., p. 40, note 77) (Fia. p. 236 (249), note c) (Onom. ‘d. criaich’, ‘d. criadh’), §105; l. 1363.

Druim Criaig = Cell Dara (Mm. p. 487 (520), note 49) (Onom. ‘d. criaig’), §56; l. 693.

*Druim Léis, perhaps Drumlesh, barony of Inchiquin (Map), Co. Clare (Murphy, op. cit., p. 307) (Onom. ‘d. dá léis’), §64; l. 849.

Druim Trén, not identified (Onom. ‘d. dá trén’), §64; l. 845.

Druim Dhá Én, on the river Sinann; seems near Clonmacnoise, barony of Garrycastle (Map), Co. Offaly (Onom. ‘d. dhá én’), §144; l. 1828.

Druim Derg = Druim Cliab (Onom. ‘d. derg’), §114; l. 1513.

Druim Derg i nAlbain, in Scotland (Onom. ‘d. derg’), §235; l. 3133.

Druim nDerg na Damraide, seems near Áth in Daim (Onom. ‘d. nderg na damraide’), §317; l. 4437.

Druim Derg na Feinde = Druim Cliab (Onom. ‘d. derg na feinde’), §510; l. 6892.

Druim Diamhair = Druim Dhá Én (Onom. ‘d. diamhair’), §144; l. 1828.

Druim Leathan = Druim nDerg na Damraide (Onom. ‘d. leathan’), §317; ll. 4436-7.

Druim Leathan Laegairi meic Ugaine, in Leinster, East of the river Sláine and East of Cloch na n-Arm (Onom. ‘d. l. laegairi meic ugaine’), §§320, 322; ll. 4501, 4517.

Druim na Mná Mairbe, near Sliab Mis (Onom. ‘d. na mná mairbe’), §§435, 449; ll. 5912-3, 6081.

Druim Náir, near Dún na mBarc, in Tír Conaill (Onom. ‘d. náir’), §170; l. 2219.

*Druim Silenn, probably to be associated with Loch Silenn = Loch Cenn, now Lough Kent = Loch Ceann, Marlhill, barony of Middlethird (Map), Co. Tipperary (Ó Coileáin, op. cit., pp. 222-223) (Onom. ‘d. silenn’, ‘l. silenn’ ‘l. cenn’), §64; l. 850.

*Druim Tinde, possibly Dromtine, barony of Dunkerron South (Map), Co. Kerry (Onom. ‘d. tinde’), §294; l. 3934.

Dubfidh = Fid nDorcha (Onom. ‘d. fidh’), §359; l. 5002.

Dubfidh, near Sliab Guaire = Sliab Cairpri (?) (Onom. ‘d. fidh’), §556; l. 7480.

*Dubhlinn, Dublin, Co. Dublin (FM. i p. 461, note r) (Onom. ‘dubhlinn’), §§242, 409; ll. 3231, 5655.

*Dubh Shliab, Benlevy, barony of Ross (Map), Co. Galway (Onom. ‘dubh shliab’), §270; ll. 3604, 3612.

Dubthir, not located (Onom. ‘dubthir’), §556; l. 7480.

Dubthor Dáil nAraidh, in Dál n-Araide (Onom. ‘dubthor dáil naraidh’), §89; l. 1138.

Duma Massáin (Onom. ‘d. massáin’), §294; l. 3930.

Duma na Con, near Sliab Lugha (Onom. ‘d. na con’), §§553, 555; ll. 7412, 7467, 7474.

*Dún Delca = Dún Dealgan, Castletown Motte, West of the town of Dundalk, Co. Louth (FM. ii p. 746, note m) (Onom. ‘d. delca’, ‘d. dealgan’), §§176, 416; ll. 2319, 5738, 5741.

Dún Dublinde, the fort of Dubhlinn (Tp. p. l (264), note 403) (Onom. ‘d. dublinde’), §409; l. 5655.

Dún Eochair, seems near Dún trí Liacc (Onom. ‘d. eochair’), §90; ll. 1181, 1190.

Dún Fhir Duib, §247; l. 3262.

*Dún Léoda Loingsig = Dún Leódha (?), seems near Benn Gulban in Maenmag; possibly Dunlo townland near Ballinasloe, Co. Galway (Onom. ‘d. léoda loingsig’, d. leódha’), §§470, 473; ll. 6361, 6394-5.

*Dún Liamna Lendchaime, Dunlavin, barony of Talbotstown Lower (Map), Co. Wicklow Onom. ‘d. liamna’, ‘d. l. lendchaime’), §202; l. 2695.

*Dún Mughdorn, Doon, barony of Burrishoole (Map), Co. Mayo (FM. ii p. 1043, note c) (Onom. ‘d. mughdorn’), §294; l. 3940.

*Dún Monaidh, Dunstaffnage Castle, in Argyll and Bute, Scotland (Mr. p. 46, note a) (Onom. ‘d. monaidh’), §231; l. 3070.

*Dún Mór, (Map – Dún Mór),  Dunmore, barony of Dunmore (Map), Co. Galway (FM. ii p. 1043, note d) (Onom. ‘d. mór’), §486; l. 6545.

Dún na mBarc, in Tír Conaill; near Árd nGlas (Onom. ‘d. na mbarc’), §§157, 170, 202, ; ll. 2026, 2217, 2696.

*Dún na mBarc, in Muma; in Ballinaskelligs Bay, baronies of Iveragh and Dunkerron South (Map); or Dunnamark, barony of Bantry (Map), Co. Cork (ML. pp. 34-37 (70-72), note p) (Onom. ‘d. na mbarc’), §222; l. 2975.

Dún Rath (Onom. ‘d. rath’), §214; l. 2866.

Dún Rosarach, seems in Co. Roscommon near the sea-shore (Onom. ‘d. rosarach’), §97; l. 1250.

Dún Saltrain Salfhota = Cell Chaimín (Onom. ‘d. saltrain’, ‘d. s. salfhada’), §486; l. 6542.

*Dún Sobairche, Dunseverick, Co. Antrim (Ra. pp. 286-287) (FM. i p. 44, note d) (Onom. ‘d. sobairche’), §282; l. 3743.

*Dún Trí Liacc, Duntryleague, barony of Coshlea (Map) (Ods. p. 628 (643)) (Onom. ‘d. trí liacc’), §92; ll. 1178, 1201.

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Echlais Banguba, South of Temair (Onom. ‘echlais banguba’), §36: l. 363.

Echlasc Ech Conculainn = Lige in Léith Macha (Onom. ‘echlasc ech conculainn’), §176; l. 2318.

Echtge = Sliab Echtgi (Onom. ‘echtge’), §§265, 587; ll. 3518, 7849.

Ealpa = Elpa, the Alps or Scotland (Onom. ‘ealpa’, ‘elpa’), §60; l. 791.

Ele, (Éile or Ely), (Map – Éile), Ely O’Carroll, which consisted of the baronies of Clonlisk and Ballybrit in Co. Offaly (Map) and baronies of Ikerrin and Eliogarty (Map) in Co. Tipperary (Tp. p. lxxxiv (298), note 759) (Onom. ‘ele’), §20; ll. 2967, 2970.

Eraind = Érna Muman, (Map – Erainn), a sept of the Firbolgs, seated in the present county of Kerry (Fy. p. 309, note o) (FM. i p. 39, note l) (Onom. ‘eraind’, ‘érna muman’), §§20, 30; ll. 207, 310.

Érennach, Irishman (Onom. ‘érennach’), §§99, 450; ll. 1294, 6131.

Ériu, Ireland (Onom. ‘ériu’), §103; l. 1332.

Es Crónáin, South of Es Ruaid and Cnoc in Nuaill (Onom. ‘es crónáin’), §745; ll. 7285, 7290.

*Es Dara, Ballysadare (Baile Easa Dara), on the Owenmore river, baronies of Leyny and Tirerrill (Map), Co. Sligo (Onom. ‘es dara’), §§114, 480, 510; ll.  1511, 6477, 6891.

*Ess mac n-Eirc = Es ui Fhloinn, Assylin, a cataract on the Boyle River, barony of Boyle (Map), Co. Roscommon (FM. iii p.155, note w) (Tl. p. 143) (Onom. ‘ess mac n-eirc’, ‘es ui fhloinn’), §113; ll. 1502-3.

Es meic Modhairn = Es Dara (Onom. ‘es meic modhairn’,), §114; l. 1510.

Es na Fingaile = Es Crónáin (Onom. ‘es na fingaile’), §545; ll. 7284, 7287.

Es na n-Én = Es Dara (Onom. ‘es na n-én’), §§480, 510; ll. 6476, 6890.

*Es Ruaid = Es Ruaid meic Modhuirn = Es Moduirrnn, the falls of Assaroe on the River Erne at Ballyshannon, barony of Tirhugh (Map), Co. Donegal (Fy. p. 76 (95), note c) (Onom. ‘es ruaid’, ‘es ruaid meic modhuirn’, ‘es moduirrnn’), §§117, 147, 294, 506, 529, 537, 540, 576; ll. 1560, 1880, 3951, 6810, 7102, 7192, 7226, 7741.

*Ess Mage, Caherass (Cathair Easa), on the River Maigue, halfway between Adare and Croom, Co. Limerick (Mm. p. 486 (519), note 46) (Onom. ‘ess mage’), §92; l. 1198.

Espáin, Spain (Fg. p. 310) (Onom. ‘espáin’), §447; l. 6049.

Ethad, near Benn Bairche (Onom. ‘ethad’), §241; l. 3209.

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Fabhur = Achad Fabair Umhaill, (Connon (2013), op. cit., p. 81) (Onom. ‘fabhur’), §493; l. 6657.

*Fáide, Whiddy Island, barony of Bantry (Map), Co. Cork (Dillon, op. cit., p. 53) (Onom. ‘fáide’), §59; l. 737.

Fanglend na Feindi, on this side of Crúachu (Onom. ‘fanglend na feindi’), §302; l. 4055.

Fatharlaig (Onom. ‘fatharlaig’), §299; l. 4027.

Feda Cuill = Fid Cuilend (?), (Onom. ‘f. cuilend’), §155; l. 1997.

*Feóir, the River Nore (Tp. p. lix (273), note 496) (Onom. ‘feóir’), §§56, 197; ll. 698, 2630.

Fertán Ailbi ocus Etain (Onom. ‘fertán’), §500; l. 6752.

Fertán Find, in Fatharlaig (Onom. ‘fertán find’), §299; l. 4027.

Fert Berraige, in a fort in an island in the sea, near Dún na mBarc in Tír Conaill (Onom. ‘f. berraige’), §165; l. 2171.

Fert Caeil ocus Créide, at Tráig Caeil, South of Findtráigh (Onom. ‘f. caeil’, ‘f. c. ocus créide’ ), §65; l. 868.

Fert Diangalaigh, on the Faithche at Sliab na mBan (Onom. ‘f. diangalaigh’), §363; l. 5089.

Fert Étaine, near Síd Beinne hEtair at Benn Étair (Onom. ‘f. étaine’), §412; l. 5720.

Fert Fiadmóir = Suidhe Pátraic in Mag Aíi (Onom. ‘f. fiadmóir’), §§476, 477, 478; ll. 6440, 6446, 6449.

Fert in Druad, near Síd (Ban Find) on Sliab na mBan (Onom. ‘f. in druad’), §368; ll. 5160, 5162.

Fert in Druad = Fert in Geidig (Onom. ‘f. in druad’), §§567, 575, 576; ll. 7619, 7726, 7738.

Fert in Geidig, a grave on the hill of Uarán nGarad (Connon (2014), op. cit., p. 44) (Onom. ‘f. in geidig’), §§567, 575; ll. 7619, 7727.

Fert na nDruadh, North-West of Temair; on the Faithche of Temair (Onom. ‘f. na ndruadh’), §§36, 375; ll. 361-2, 5269.

Fert Raeirinne, in Laigin (Onom. ‘f. raeirinne’), §307; ll. 4107, 4109.

*Fid nDorcha, between Ard Fostada na Féine on the river Sláine and Sliab na mBan; probably Fidnaraghy near Graiguenamanagh, barony of Gowran (Map), Co. Kilkenny (FM. ii p. 1160, note s), (Onom. ‘f. ndorcha’), §359; l. 5002.

Fid n-Énaig = Druim Diamhair (Onom. ‘f. n-énaig’), §144; l. 1832.

*Fid Gaible, near Cell Dara; Ros mic Treóin in it; Figile River, the name of a wood, then of the river that flows through it, in the parish of Clonsast, barony of Coolestown (Map), Co. Offaly (Mm. p. 487 (520), note 49) (Lct. p. 214, note o) (Onom. ‘f. gaible’, ‘f. ngaible’), §§, 40, 56, 479; ll. 474-5, 484, 693, 6460.

Fid na Cuan = Creatshalach (Onom. ‘fid na cuan’), §80; ll. 1009-10.

Fid Mór, near Dún na mBarc in Tír Conaill (Onom. ‘f. mór’), §157; ll. 2035-6.

Fid Omna (Onom. ‘f. omna’), §39; ll. 437-8.

Fid Fidrindi (Onom. ‘fid fidrindi’), §59; l. 735.

Finn Lescach, the name of the well at Uisnech (Onom. ‘finn lescach’), §178; l. 2329.

Finn Innis, a hill East of Loch Bó at Cenn Abrat (Onom. ‘f. innis’), §70; l. 895.

*Finloch Carra, Lough Carra, baronies of Carra and Kilmaine (Map), Co. Mayo (FM. v p. 1848, note g) (Onom. ‘f. loch’, ‘finloch carra’), §505; l. 6785.

*Finntráigh, Ventry, barony of Corkaquiny (Map), Co. Kerry (Mm. p. 597 (633)) (Onom. ‘f. tráigh’), §§59, 60, 357; ll. 721, 742, 4987.

Finntulach = Ard Pátricc (Onom. ‘f. tulach’), §§59, 80; ll. 719, 999.

Fir Bolg, (FM. i p. 49, an. 3790) (Onom. ‘f. bolg’), §98; l. 1266.

Fir Maige (Feine), (Fir Maige Féne), now the baronies of Fermoy and Condons and Clangibbon (Map), Co. Cork (Tp. pp. lxiii-lxiv (277-278), note 544) (Tl. p. 209) (Onom. ‘fir maige’, ‘f. maige feine’), §75; l. 961.

*Fircuing, in Breicthír = Tír Maine, possibly the parish of Crossboyne, barony of  Clanmorris (Map), Co. Mayo (Connon (2013), op. cit., pp. 81-87) (Onom. ‘f. cuing’), §493; l. 6633.

*Fochard Muirtheimne, Faughart tumulus, in the townland of Faughart Upper, barony of Dundalk Lower (Map), Co. Louth (FM. i p. 114, note k) (Onom. ‘fochard’, ‘f. muirtheimne ’, ‘fothart muirthemne’,), §176; l. 2315.

Fomóir, (FM. i p. 49, an. 3790) (Onom. ‘fomóir’), §510; l. 6897.

Forad na Féinne, seems to be near Trácht Rúdraigi (Onom. ‘f. na féine’), §§252, 253; ll. 3338, 3339, 3364.

Forba na Fer = Lenna in baile (Onom. ‘forba na fer’), §498; l. 6728.

Formael (Onom. ‘formael’), §193; l. 2544.

Formaile na Fiann = Sliab Formaeile (Onom. ‘formaile na fiann’), §486; l. 6537.

Fotharta, the barony of Forth (Map), Co. Carlow (Tp. p. lvii (271), note 476) (Onom. ‘fotharta’), §599; ll. 7943, 7946.

Frainc, Franks, France (FM. iii p. 353, an. 1254) (Onom. ‘frainc’), §§297, 324; ll. 3985, 4536.

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*Gabar, now the name of a stream which rises in Proudstown townland in the parish of Skreen, barony of Skreen (Map), Co. Meath (FM. i p. 120, note b) (Onom. ‘gabar’), §§89, 599; 1l. 1095, 7941.

Gaedil, the Irish (Onom. ‘gaedil’), §§6, 209, 582; ll. 66, 2763, 7786.

Gaileoin, Leinstermen (Onom. ‘gaileoin’), §§297, 325; ll. 3983, 4543.

*Gaillibh = (in) Gaillimh, the River Corrib (Abhainn na Gaillimhe), which flows through the city of Galway (Onom. ‘gaillibh’, ‘gaillimh’), §559; l. 7519.

*Gairech/Ilgairech, two hills some distance to the South-East of Athlone; possibly in the townland of Garhy (Gáireach), barony of Moycashel (Map), on the Mullingar/Moate road, Co. Westmeath (Mm. p. 39 (71)) (Onom. ‘gairech’, ‘ilgairech’), §259; l. 3441.

Gall-góidil = Gallgaedil, Galloway, in Scotland (Onom. ‘gall-góidil’, ‘gallgaedil’), §§326, 600; ll. 4560, 7951.

Gannmag = Mag Find (Onom. ‘gannmag’), §96; l. 1236.

Garbros = Daire na Damraide (Onom. ‘garbros’), §116; l. 1543.

Garbros, at or near Ard Cuanaidhe (Onom. ‘garbros’), §351; l. 4880.

(in) Garbthanach, in Úi Muiredaig (Onom. ‘garbthanach’), §§309, 313; ll. 4124, 4173.

Garbthir = Tír Conaill (Onom. ‘garbhtir’), §207; l. 2730.

Garrdha na nIsperda, Garden of the Hesperides (Onom. ‘g. na nisperda’), §§23, 210; ll. 229, 2774-5.

Giussach Fhinn, in Ui Cennselaigh (Onom. ‘giussach fhinn’), §§195, 196; ll. 2596-7, 2601, 2603.

Glais Berrán (Onom. ‘g. berrán’), §105; l. 1389.

Glais Bulgain, in Úi Failgi (Onom. ‘g. bulgain’), §487; ll. 6549, 6552.

Glais na Fer, flows from a well in Lecht na Macraide in Cenél Conuill (Onom. ‘g. na fer’), §§210, 211; ll. 2769, 2813-4.

Glenn an Brait, at or near Temair (Onom. ‘g. an brait’), §135; l. 1732.

*Glenn an Scáil, in Dál n-Araide, where Patrick was a slave; near Slemish Mountain, barony of Antrim Lower (Map), Co. Antrim (Mr. pp. 132-133, note j) (Onom. ‘g. an scáil’), §278; l. 3689.

Glenn Enaig = Glenn Ruis Enaig (Onom. ‘g. enaig’), §186; l. 2429.

Glenn na Caillige = Glenn na Ciallige, near Áth Moga (Onom. ‘g. na ciallige’), §295; ll. 3960-1.

Glenn na Conricht, near Carn Fráich in Connacht, on the North side of Carn Bricrenn (Onom. ‘g. na conricht’), §572; l. 7716.

*Glenn Ruis Enaigh, an old name for the Vale of Glendalough, barony of Ballinacor North (Map), Co. Wicklow (Ods. 630 (645)) (Onom. ‘g. ruis enaigh’), §186; ll. 2392, 2411.

Goduilb, at Ros Guill = Ros gCuill, §294; l. 3937.

Goirtin Tighi Melle, on the top of Sliab Bladma (Onom. ‘goirtin tighi melle’), §334; ll. 4681-2.

Gort ind Fhostáid, near Ráith Medba (Onom. ‘g. ind fhostáid’), §290; ll. 3871-2.

Gréc, Greece (Onom. ‘gréc’), §§282, 286, 287; ll. 3748, 3808, 3818.

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Iar-muma, West Munster; this extended from the Lakes of Killarney westwards to the sea, and from Kenmare northwards to the River Shannon (ML. pp. 4-5 (40-41), note c) (Onom. ‘iar-muma’), §§434, 462, 464; ll. 5895, 5906, 6273, 6324.

Iath Elcca = Iath Elga, a bardic name for Ireland (Onom. ‘i. elcca’, ‘iath elga’), §193; l. 2557.

Ibarglend (Onom. ‘ibarglend’), §§216, 357; ll. 2924, 4986.

*Íle = Yle, Islay, in Scotland (FM. i p. 204, note a) (Onom. ‘íle’), §326: ll. 4555, 4575.

Ilgairech (See Gairech) (Onom. ‘ilgairech’), §259; l. 3441.

Immaire meic Chonnrach, the ridge on which Ráith Medba is situated (Connon (2014), op. cit., p. 39) (Onom. ‘i. meic chonnrach’), §102; l. 1315.

Inber mBeg Loingsig = Mainistir Drochit Átha (Onom. ‘i. mbeg loingsig’, ‘i. mbigloingsigh’), §5; ll. 52-3.

*Inber Colpa, the mouth of the River Boyne at Drogheda, Co. Louth (FM. i p. 91, note c) (Tl. p. 41) (Onom. ‘i. colpa’), §242; l. 3228.

Inber Dubglaise, seems near the River Barrow; perhaps the Derreen River which is called the Douglas River for part of its course before it enters the River Slaney South of Tullow, Co. Carlow (Onom. ‘i. dubglaise’), §200; l. 2655.

Inber Labar-thuinde, West of Tráig Lí (Onom. ‘i. labar-thuinde’), §447; ll. 6048-9.

Inber Mara Gaimiach, in Britain (Onom. ‘i. mara gaimiach’), §17; l. 184.

*Inber na Fer = Inber na Muaide, the mouth of the River Moy, at Ballina, Co. Mayo (Onom. ‘i. na fer’, ‘i. na muaide’), §559; l. 7517.

*Inber n-Ollarba, the mouth of the Larne Water at Larne, Co. Antrim (Ra. pp. 266-269) (FM. i pp. 100-101, note z, p. 121, note d) (Onom. ‘i. n-ollarba’, ‘inber nollarba’), §89; l. 1096.

*Indeoin Maige Feimin = Indeoin na nDeisi, Mullaghnoney (Mullach Inneona), a townland in the parish of Newchapel, barony of Iffa and Offa East (Map), Co. Tipperary (Lct. pp. 92-93, note y) (Onom. ‘indeóin’, ‘indeoin maige feimin’, ‘indeoin na ndeisi’), §195; l. 2600.

India, India, §§282, 286, 287, 324; ll. 3748, 3810, 3818, 4535.

Inis Cuind Cétchathaigh (Onom. ‘i. cuind cétchathaigh’), §294; l. 3956.

Inis Gaeidel = Inis na nGaeidel, Ireland (Onom. ‘i. gaeidel’), §§193, 487; ll. 2551, 6558.

Inis Gáid (Onom. ‘i. gáid’), §142; ll. 1807-8.

Inis Guil = Inis na Scriine (Onom. ‘i. guil’), §505; l. 6784.

Inis na Scriine, in Finloch Carra; Shrine Island, in Lough Carra, Co Mayo (Connon (2013), op. cit., pp. 90-92) (Onom. ‘i. na scriine’), §505; l. 6785.

*Inse Gall, the Hebrides, Scotland (FM. i p. 486. note o) (Onom. ‘i. gall’), §326; l. 4555.

Ioruath, Norway (Onom. ‘ioruath’), §§395, 456, 458, 459; ll. 5457, 6189, 6208, 6235, 6246.

Isperda = Garrdha na nIsperda, §§23, 210; ll. 229, 2775.

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Laigin, Leinster (Map) (Onom. ‘laigin’), §§72, 85, 195, 198, 199; ll. 943, 1067, 2599, 2635, 4019.

Laignig, Leinstermen (Onom. ‘laignig’), §323; l. 4522.

Lámraigi, (Tl. p. 201) (Onom. ‘lámraigi’), §432; l. 5876.

Lathach Bó Lodáin meic Lir = Clár Daire Móir (Onom. ‘lathach bó lodáin meic lir’), §56; l. 702.

Lathair Luingi, below Cathair na Claenratha (Onom. ‘lathair luingi’), §447; l. 6048.

Lathrach Cáin (Onom. ‘l. cáin’), §§299, 325; ll. 4033, 4543.

Lebaid Dhiarmada, on top of a hill North of Lecht na Muice (Onom. ‘l. dhiarmada’), §114; l. 1517.

Lebaid in Con = Lepaid in Chon, in Raithin na n-Ingnadh, West of Caissel in Mag Femin (Onom. ‘l. in con’, ‘lepaid in chon’), §398; ll. 5510-11.

Lecc Essa Lormanaig = Lecc Lomenaig = Luimnech (Onom. ‘l. essa lormanaig’, ‘l. lomenaig’), §§576, 585; ll. 7740, 7835.

Lecc Essa Ruaid, at Es Ruaid (Onom. ‘es ruaid’), §585; l. 7836.

Lecc Gnáthail = Lecc inna Fomhorach (Onom. ‘l. gnáthail’), §559; l. 7515.

Lecc inna Fomhorach = Lecc Gnáthail = Carrac ind Fomorach = Dún Mór (Connon (2013), op. cit., p. 80) (Onom. ‘l. inna fomhorach’), §559; l. 7514.

Lecc na Cét, at Caissel (Onom. ‘l. na cét’), §§389, 390; ll. 5400, 5401, 5413.

Lecc na nDruad, North-East of Temair (Onom. ‘l. na ndruad’), §§294, 600; ll. 3953, 7957.

Lecht Cinn Con, near Benn Bairche (Onom. ‘l. cinn con’), §§254, 257; ll. 3385, 3413, 3418.

Lecht Clidna, South of Lecht Teite (Onom. ‘l. clidna’), §288; l. 3846.

Lecht na Laechraide, a hill in Cenél Conaill (Onom. ‘l. na laechraide’), §210; l. 2766.

Lecht na Macraide, a hill in Cenél Conaill (Onom. ‘l. na macraide’), §210; l. 2768.

Lecht na Muice, at Benn Gulban, North of Áth in Chomraic (Onom. ‘l. na muice’), §114; l. 1515.

Lecht Teite, North of Lecht Clidna(Onom. ‘l. teite’), §288; l. 3845.

Léim in Fhéinnedha, between Cuillend ua Cuanach and Óinach Cuili Mná Nechtain, §56; l. 705.

Lenna in Baile, seems near Sliab nGam (Onom. ‘lenna in baile’), §498; l. 6728.

Lepaid na hIubraige, between Dún Delca and the sea (Onom. ‘lepaid na hiubraige’), §416; l. 5739.

Leth Cuinn, (Map – Leath Cuinn), ‘Conn’s Half’, the northern half of Ireland (Fia. p. 34 (47), note g) (Onom. ‘leth cuinn’), §157; l. 2029.

Leth Moga, (Map – Leath Mogha), ‘Mogha Nuadhat’s Half’, the southern half of Ireland (Mr. p. 124, note v) (Onom. ‘l. moga’), §193; l. 2585.

*Lettir Bróin, Letterbrone, barony of Leyny (Map), Co. Sligo (Onom. ‘l. bróin’), §294; l. 3949.

Lettir Laeig, not identified (Onom. ‘l. laeig’), §64; l. 848.

Lía Fáil, (Map – Lia Fail), at Temair (Onom. ‘l. fáil’), §§604, 605; ll. 7992, 7994.

Lía in Imracail, near Fert in Druad (Onom. ‘l. in imracail’), §§586, 589; ll. 7846, 7881.

Lía Lodain, near Loch Cróine (Onom. ‘lodan’), §85; l. 1076.

Lía na n-Arm = Cloch na n-Arm (Onom. ‘l. na n-arm’), §319 ; ll. 4488, 4492.

Lifemag, a level plain in Co. Kildare, through which the River Liffey winds (Tp. p. liv (268), note 440) (Onom. ‘lifemag’), §365; l. 5129.

Lige ind Abaic, at Temair (Onom. ‘l. ind abaic’), §604; l. 7978.

Lige in Fheindida, North of Druim Cliab, on the road to Es Ruaid (Onom. ‘l. in fheindida’), §510; l. 6895.

Lige in Léith Macha, between Dún Delca and the sea; ‘the grave of the Gray of Macha’, one of Cúchulainn’s horses (Onom. ‘l. in léith macha’), §176; l. 2318.

Lige ind Óic, near Cuillend ua Cuanach (Onom. ‘l. ind óic’), §415; l. 5734.

Líne = Line-mag = Mag Line, Moylinny, the plain between Lough Neagh and Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim; the townland Moylinny, in the parish of Antrim, Co. Antrim, preserves the name of this plain (Ra. pp. 62-63, note a) (Onom. ‘líne’, ‘line-mag’, ‘m. line’), §54; l. 651.

Linn Féic, in the river Bóand, South of the Brug and North-East of Cnoc Tlachtga (Onom. ‘l. féic’), §§5, 179; ll. 56, 2346.

Linnmuine, a river (Onom. ‘l. muine’), §59; l. 734.

Linn Temrach, Cailte was to die there (Onom. ‘l. temrach’), §522; l. 7022.

Liss an Bantrachta, at Ráith Cind Con in the South of Mag Femin (Onom. ‘l. an bantrachta’), §399; ll. 5517, 5520.

Liss na mBan, in Cúil Ó Find; seems North of Uarán nGarad and West of Sliab Baghna (Onom. ‘l. na mban’), §§550, 552, 577; ll. 7354, 7403, 7408, 7742-3.

Liss na n-Éices = Ráith Aeda na n-Eces (Onom. ‘l. na n-éices’), §§206, 207; ll. 2714, 2734.

Liss na Fleide, near Raithín na n-Ingnadh, in Mag Femin (Onom. ‘l. na fleide’), §398; ll. 5509-10.

Liss na Fleide, West of Carn Fráich (Onom. ‘l. na fleide’), §569; ll. 7650-1.

Liss na Laechraide = Caissel na Ríg (Onom. ‘l. na laechraide’), §387; l. 5387.

Liss na Morrighna = Maistiu (Onom. ‘l. na morrighna’), §347; l. 4818.

Loch an Eoin, seems at Uarán nGarad (Onom. ‘l. an eoin’), §105; ll. 1371, 1385.

Loch , at Cenn Abrat (Onom. ‘l. bó’), §70; ll. 893, 912.

*Loch Cróine, (Map – Loch Cróin), Lough Croan Turlough, barony of Athlone South (Map), Co. Roscommon (Tl. p. 87) (Onom. ‘l. cróine’), §80; l. 1015.

*Loch Cuire, in Ciarraige Luachra; “doubtless” Lough Glannatreaghaun (Lough Glannafreaghan), North-East of Dá Cích n-Anainne, barony of Magunihy (Map), Co. Kerry (Murphy, op. cit., p. 310) (Onom. ‘l. cuire’), §60; ll. 759, 786.

Loch Dá Chon, seems North of the river Boand (Onom. ‘l. dá chon’), §64; l. 844.

Loch Daim Deircc, in Dál n-Araide, near Mag Rath (Onom. ‘l. daim deircc’), §§215, 216, 218; ll. 2882, 2887, 2906, 2907-8, 2922, 2946.

Loch Enaigh, in Glenn Enaig (Onom. ‘l. enaigh’), §186; ll. 2421, 2425, 2427.

*Loch Formaile = Loch Ui Fhloinn, (Map – Loch Ui Fhloinn), Lough O’Flynn, North of Sliab Formaeile, in the parishes of Kiltullagh and Kilkeevin, barony of Castlereagh (Map), Co. Roscommon (Im. pp. 83-84, note x) (Onom. ‘l. formaile’, ‘l. ui fhloinn’), §486; l. 6539.

*Loch Gair, Lough Gur, in the parish of Knockainy, barony of Small County (Map), Co. Limerick (FM. v pp. 1335-1336, note p) (Onom. ‘l. gair’), §120; l. 1598.

*Loch Gréne, (Map – Loch Gréine), Lough Graney, barony of Tulla Upper (Map), Co. Clare (FM. i p. 32, note u) (Onom. ‘l. gréne’), §81; l. 1013.

*Loch Léin, Lough Leane (the Lakes of Killarney), Co. Kerry (FM. v p. 1779, note c) (Onom. ‘l. léin’), §50; l. 568.

Loch Linnghaeth = Loch Cróine (Onom. ‘l. linnghaeth’), §80; l. 1014.

Loch Luachra, in Tír Tairrngire (Onom. ‘l. luachra’), §285; l. 3787.

Loch Lurgan, extended from Sliab Bladma to Ráith Mór Maige Fea (Onom. ‘l. lurgan’), §§324, 325; ll. 4529, 4546.

Loch na Bó Girre = Loch Gréne (Onom. ‘l. na bó girre’), §80; l. 1013.

Loch na n-Eillted = Loch Formaile (Onom. ‘l. na n-eillted’), §486; l. 6538.

Lochlainn, Scandinavia (FM. i p. 486, note n) (Onom. ‘lochlainn’), §§97, 235, 238, 326; ll. 1248, 3131, 3167, 4556.

Lochlannaig, Norwegians (Onom. ‘lochlannaig’), §238; l. 3166.

Loingsi, a river (Onom. ‘loingsi’), §59; l. 738.

Luachair, comprised the barony of Magunihy (Map), Co. Kerry, and the barony of Duhallow (Map), Co. Cork (Tp. p. lxxv (289), note 663) (Tl. p. 209) (Onom. ‘luachair’), §§155, 216, 441, 489; ll. 2000, 2909, 5986, 6581.

Luachair Degad = Luachair Dedad, Sliabh Luachra, near Castleisland, barony of Trughanacmy (Map), Co. Kerry (FM. v p. 1720, note a) (Onom. ‘l. dedad’), §140; l. 1767.

Lughbhartaib Bána = Lugbad (Onom. ‘lughbhartaib bána’), §1; l. 8.

*Lugbad = Lugmad, Louth, Co. Louth (FM. i p. 357, A.D. 753) (Onom. ‘lugbad’, ‘lugmad’), §1; l. 9.

Luigne = Lugni = Luighne Connacht, (Map – Luighne), (Luigne), (Map – Luigne), the barony of Leyny (Map), Co. Sligo (Fy. p. 493) (Lct. pp. 103-104, note h) (Onom. ‘luigne’, ‘lugni’, ‘luighne connacht’) (Onom.), §§507, 552, 554; ll. 6829, 7383, 7433.

*Luimnech, the River Shannon below the city of Limerick (FM. i p. 272, note b) (Onom. ‘luimnech’), §§200, 576, 585; ll. 2683, 7740, 7836.

Luimnech n-Ulad = Luimnech (?) (Onom. ‘luimnech’), §80; l. 1009.

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*Macha, Armagh, Co. Armagh (Mr. p. 202, note i) (FM. i p. 143, note b) (Onom. ‘macha’), §§155, 263; ll. 1981, 1990, 3499, 3507.

Machaire in Scáil = Mag Aíi (Onom. ‘m. in scáil’), §476; ll. 6440-1.

Machaire Laighen (Onom. ‘m. laighen’), §§322, 332, 350, 405; ll. 4506, 4648, 4654, 4851, 5621.

Machaire Lí, near Tráigh Lí, and not far from Sliab Mis (Onom. ‘m. lí’), §447; l. 6045.

Maelglenn (Onom. ‘maelglenn’), §8; l. 98.

*Maenmag, (Map – Maenmagh), the plain around Loughrea, in the barony of Loughrea (Map), Co. Galway (FM. i p. 28, note y) (FM. v p. 1403, note l) (Onom. ‘m. mag’), §§27, 473; ll. 278, 6393.

Mag (Onom. ‘mag’), §145; l. 1844.

Mag Aíi = Ai, (Map – Magh Aoi), a plain between Roscommon and Elphin, Co. Roscommon (FM. iii p. 87-88, note h) (HDGP i p. 58, s.n. Aoi = Magh Aoi) (Onom. ‘m. aíi’, ‘ai’), §476; l. 6441.

Mag Cétni, a plain between the River Erne and the Drowes River in Co. Donegal (FM. ii p. 765, note e) (Onom. ‘m. cétni’), §510; l. 6896.

Mag Fea, a level plain in the barony of Forth (Map), Co. Carlow (FM. i p. 5, note l) (Onom. ‘m. fea’), §§322, 345, 352, 387; ll. 4505, 4790, 4884, 5383.

Mag Femin = Femen, (Mag Femin), a plain South of Cashel, comprising the barony of Iffa and Offa East (Map), Co. Tipperary (Tp. p. lxi (275), note 514) (Onom. ‘mag femin’, ‘femen’), §§195, 393, 399; ll. 2600, 5443-4, 5517, 5523.

Mag Find, (Map – Magh Finn), a district on the East side of the River Suck in the parish of Taghmaconnell, barony of Athlone South (Map), Co. Roscommon (FM. ii p. 662, note c) (Im. p. 77, note x) (Onom. ‘m. find’), §96; l. 1237.

Mag in Trín, at Maistiu (Onom. ‘m. in trín’), §348; l. 4826.

Mag Laissi, between Sen-Mag Roichet and the river Feóir (Onom. ‘m. láissi’), §56; l. 698.

Mag Life = Mag Liphi = Lifemag, (FM. i pp. 454-455, note y) (Onom. ‘m. life’, ‘m. liphi’), §98; l. 1276.

*Mag Luirc, Moylurg, a plain south of the Boyle River, in the barony of Boyle (Map), Co. Roscommon (FM. i p. 10, note n) (Onom. ‘m. luirc’), §113; ll. 1501-2.

*Mag Mucruma, (Map – Magh Mucroimhe), the plain South-West of Athenry, Co. Galway (FM. i pp. 108-109, note a) (Onom. ‘m. mucruma’), §91; l. 1159.

Mag Raigne, at Glenn in Scáil in Dál n-Araide (Onom. ‘m. raigne’), §278; ll. 3700-1.

*Mag Raigne = Mag Roigni = Mag Rogen, a plain containing Killinny townland, barony of Kells (Map), Co. Kilkenny (FM. i p. 494, note t) (FM. ii p. 1192, note on FM. i p. 494, note t) (Onom. ‘m. raigne’, ‘m. roigni’, ‘m. rogen’), §§322, 323; ll. 4513, 4519.

*Mag Rath, Moira, a town and parish in the barony of Iveagh Lower, Upper Half (Map), Co. Down (FM. i p. 253, note m) (Onom. ‘m. rath’), §§200, 217; ll. 2668, 2678, 2939.

*Mag Ruad Roichet = Mag Rechet, Morrett, barony of Portnahinch (Map), Co. Laois (FM. i p. 35, note p) (Onom. ‘m. ruad roichet’, ‘m. rechet’), §56; l. 697.

Mag Uladh, a plain below Cathair na Claenratha (Mm. p. 631 (670), note 259) (Onom. ‘m. uladh’), §447; l. 6046.

*Mainistir Drochit Átha, Mellifont Abbey, Co. Louth (FM. ii p. 1124, note l) (Onom. ‘m. drochit átha’), §5; l. 53.

Mairtini meic Conrach = Ráith Medba (Onom. ‘mairtini meic conrach’), §575; l. 7731.

Mairtine Muman, an ancient tribe, located in the baronies of Coshlea and Small County (Map), Co. Limerick and the barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Tipperary (Ods. p. 675 (690)) (Onom. ‘mairtine’), §326; l. 4557.

*Maistiu, Mullamast, a hill and townland, in the barony of Kilkea and Moone (Map), Co. Kildare (Ac. p. 55, note 1) (Mm. p. 487 (520), note 49) (Onom. ‘maistiu’), §§346, 347; ll. 4815, 4818.

Mide, (Mide) (Map – Mide), Mide is nearly coextensive with the diocese of Meath (Map), which includes the greater part of Co.’s Meath, Westmeath and Offaly (Au. ii p. 133) (Onom. ‘mide’), §§8, 30, 489, 568; ll. 83, 313, 6572, 7648.

Móin Brég (Onom. ‘m. brég’), §214; l. 2865.

*Móin in Tachair Conneda, between Cell Chaimín on the river Suca and Dún Mór; Templetogher parish, barony of Ballymoe (Map), Co. Galway (Connon (2013), op. cit., p. 79) (Onom. ‘m. in tachair conneda’), §486; l.  6544.

Móin na Fostada = Móin in Tachair Conneda (Onom. ‘m. na fostada’), §486; l. 6543.

Monad, the Mounth, a range of hills in Aberdeenshire, Scotland (Md. p. 105 (167), April 18) (Onom. ‘monad’), §357; l. 4988.

*Muad, (Map – An Mhuaidh), the River Moy which flows into Killala Bay at Ballina, Co. Mayo (FM. ii p. 884, note l) (Onom. ‘muad’), §559; l. 7518.

Muine na n-Ammaite = Tipra Pátruic (Onom. ‘m. na n-ammaite’), §502; ll. 6760, 6762-3.

Muinter Duigra = Muinter Diugna = Glenn an Scáil (Onom. ‘m. duigra’, ‘m. diugna’), §278; l. 3690.

Muir Gaimiach, in Britain (Onom. ‘m. gaimiach’), §17; l. 184.

Muirthemme, (Map – Conaille Muirthemne), an ancient plain which extended from Drogheda, in Co. Meath, to Dundalk and Carlingford, in Co. Louth (FM. i p. 10, note u) (Onom. ‘muirthemne’), §145; l. 1850.

Muma, Munster (Map), (Onom. ‘muma’), §§54, 55, 158; ll. 660, 662, 687, 2044.

Múr meic Dairíne, §242; l. 3231.

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Óinach Cuili Mná Nechtain = Óinach Cúli = Óinach Setach Senchlochair (Onom. ‘ó. cuili mná nechtain’, ‘ó. cúli’), §56; l. 705.

Óinach Derg = Achad Abair Umaill (Onom. ‘ó. derg’), §579; l. 7763.

*Óinach Setach Senchlochair = Óinach  Clochair, between Léim in Fhéinnedha and Áth Braengair; perhaps Clogherbeg Mote, Raheennamadra, barony of Coshlea (Map), Co. Limerick; or Monaster, East of Croom, barony of Coshma (Map), Co. Limerick (Mm. pp. 305 (337) (Onom. ‘ó. setach senchlochair’, ó. clochair), §56; l. 706.

*Ollarba = Olarba, the Larne Water, which rises near the town of Ballynure and flows North-East to Larne, Co. Antrim (Ra. pp. 266-269) (FM. i pp. 100-101, note z, p. 121, note d) (Onom. ‘ollarba’, ‘olarba’), §§1, 89, 432; ll. 2, 1095, 5879.

Osmetal, a hill at Cenn Abrat (Onom. ‘osmetal’), §70; l. 893.

Osraige = Ossairge, (Osraighe), (Map – Osraighe), coextensive with the diocese of Ossory (Map) (FM. iii pp. 20-21, note j) (Onom. ‘ossairge’), §§154, 326, 365; ll. 1964, 4551, 5121.

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*Rachra = Rechra, Rathlin Island, off the North-East coast of Co. Antrim (FM. v pp. 1520-1, note g) (Onom. ‘rachra’, ‘rechra’), §§37, 273, 365; ll. 416, 3644, 5122.

Rae na Carput = Rot na Carpat (Dooley and Roe, op. cit., p. 105) (Onom. ‘rae na carput’), §259; ll. 3442, 3445.

Ráith Aeda na n-Eces, South of Ráith Artrach (Onom. ‘r. aeda na n-eces’), §208; l. 2746.

Ráith Áine, in the East of Ulster (Onom. ‘r. áine’), §§228, 229, 230, 232; ll. 3043, 3047-8, 3051, 3056, 3094.

Ráith Artrach, in Cenél Conaill (Onom. ‘r. artrach’), §§205, 206, 208, 210, 214; ll. 2705, 2712-3, 2741, 2779, 2861.

*Ráith Brenaind, Rathbrenan, barony of Ballintober South (Map), Co. Roscommon (FM. ii p. 1072, note a) (Onom. ‘r. brenaind’), §96; l. 1241.

Ráith Caeirech Medba = Ráith Medba (Onom. ‘r. caeirech medba’), §§575, 588; ll. 7730, 7875.

Ráith Cairill (Onom. ‘r. cairill’), §341; l. 4767.

Ráith Cairbre = Ráith Cairpri (?) (Onom. ‘r. cairpri’), §341; l. 4766.

Ráith Cind Con, in Dál n-Araide (Onom. ‘r. cind con’), §223; l. 2999.

Ráith Cind Con, in the South of Mag Femin (Onom. ‘r. cind con’), §§398, 399, 400, 404; ll. 5512-3, 5516-7, 5520, 5543, 5600.

*Ráith Cobhthaigh, Rathcoffey, barony of Tinnahinch (Map), Co. Laois (Onom. ‘r. cobhthaigh’), §38; l. 427.

Ráith Cobhthaigh Chais, at Berrnaid na Con (Onom. ‘r. cobhthaigh’), §500; l. 6750.

Ráith Comair, at Comar (Onom. ‘r. comair’), §341; l. 4767.

Ráith Conaill (Onom. ‘r. conaill’), §341; l. 4766.

Ráith Conaill, at Berrnaid na Con (Onom. ‘r. conaill’), §500; l. 6750.

Ráith Cró, seems in Leinster (Onom. ‘r. cró’), §§105, 291; ll. 1437, 3882.

Ráith Cuiri, between Dún Delca and the sea at the head (or end) of Tráig Baili (Onom. ‘r. cuiri’), §416; l. 5738.

Ráith Droma Deirc (Onom. ‘r. droma deirc’), §§5, 6; ll. 57, 60.

Ráith Duib meic Treoin, in Ulster (Onom. ‘r. duib meic treoin’), §249; l. 3309.

Ráith Glais = Ráith Brenaind (Onom. ‘r. glais’), §§96, 97, 99, 100; ll. 1241, 1247, 1302, 1309.

Ráith Imil = Ráith na Sciath (Onom. ‘r. imil’), §244; ll. 3245-6.

Ráith in Bantrachta = Liss an Bantrachta (Onom. ‘ráith in bantrachta’), §400; ll. 5535, 5542.

Ráith in Máil, on Tulach na Fiad in Leinster (Onom. ‘ráith in máil’), §340; l. 4756.

*Ráith Medba, Rathmew, barony of Ballymoe (Map), Co. Roscommon (Connon (2014), op. cit., pp. 38-39) (Onom. ‘r. medba’), §§290, 588; ll. 3859-60, 7874.

Ráith Mongaig, North of Ráith Artrach (Onom. ‘r. mongaig’), §§206, 208; ll. 2713, 2745.

Ráith Mongain = Ráith Mongaig (Onom. ‘r. mongain’), §207; l. 2732.

Ráith Mór ar Machaire Laigen = Ráith Mór Maige Fea (Onom. ‘r. m. m. laigen’), §322; ll. 4505-6.

*Ráith Mór Maige Fea, seems near Maistiu; possibly Rathmore, barony of Rathvilly (Map), Co. Carlow (Onom. ‘r. m. m. fea’), §§322, 345, 352, 387; ll. 4505, 4790, 4884, 5383.

Ráith na Caerech, in the South of Machaire Lí (Onom. ‘r. na caerech’), §447; ll. 6044-5.

Ráith na hEchraide, between Dún Delca and the sea (Onom. ‘r. na hec(h)raide’), §416; l. 5739.

Ráith na Macraide = Ráith na Caerech (Onom. ‘r. na macraide’), §447; l. 6044.

Ráith Nái (Onom. ‘r. nái’), §291; l. 3884.

*Ráith na Sciath, in the townland of Ardilea, over Tond Rudraigi, the inner bay of Dundrum Bay, Co. Down (Onom. ‘r. na sciath’), §§234, 244; ll. 3108, 3245.

Ráith Speláin, in Brega (Onom. ‘r. speláin’), §207; l. 2736.

Ráith Speláin, on Tulach na Fiad in Leinster (Onom. ‘r. speláin’), §340; l. 4756.

Raithín na n-Ingnadh, in Mag Femin, West of Caissel (Onom. ‘raithín na n-ingnadh’), §§393, 394, 396, 398, 402, 450; ll. 5443, 5448, 5495, 5511, 5556, 6084-5.

Raithín na Nonbar, in Machaire Laighen (Onom. ‘raithín na nonbar’), §405; l. 5620.

Raithin na n-Othrus, near Sliab Mis and Trá Lí (Onom. ‘raithin na n-othrus’), §455; l. 6184.

Raithin na Sénaigechta, near Sliab Mis and Trá Lí (Onom. ‘raithin na sénaigechta’), §§435, 453, 460; ll. 5913-4, 6144, 6268.

Carpait Fergusa = Immaire meic Chonnrach (Onom. ‘ré carpait fergusa’), §102; ll. 1314-5.

Rinn Chána, West of Trá Lí; some point in Tralee Bay (Onom. ‘r. chána’), §447; ll. 6051-2.

*Rinn Bhárc, possibly Reenvarc (Rinn na Báirce), Kilfarnoge townland, barony of Corkaguiny (Map), Co. Kerry; however, the connection between Rinn Dá Bhárc and Rinn na Báirce is a “tenuous link” (Ó Coileáin, op. cit., p. 221) (Onom. ‘r. dá bhárc’), §64; l. 843.

*Rinn Eba, some point in Maugherow (Machaire Eabha), (Map – Magh Eabha), barony of Carbury (Map), (Onom. ‘r. eba’, ‘m. eaba’, ‘m. ebha’, ‘t. eaba’, ‘t. eba’), §114; l. 1512.

Rinn Rois, in Scotland (Onom. ‘r. rois’), §333; l. 4663.

Román, a Roman (Onom. ‘román’), §5; l. 55.

*Rosach na Ríg = Rosach na Rigraide, Rossa, in the townland of Rossaghroe, North of Doneraile, in the barony of Fermoy (Map), Co. Cork (Onom. ‘rosach na ríg’, ‘rosach na rigraide’), §58; l. 716.

Ros mBroc = Tech Moling, from the reference to Mo Ling, rather than Comar na Trí n-Uisge (Onom. ‘ros mbroc’), §§197, 200; ll.  2630, 2672.

Ros Cailled = Ros Caille = Ros na Ríg (Onom. ‘r. cailled’, ‘r. caille’), §107; l. 1463.

*Ros Camain = Ros Comáin, (Map – Ros Comain),  Roscommon, Co. Roscommon (FM. i pp. 349-350, note i) (Onom. ‘ros comáin’), §96; l. 1239.

*Ros Cré, Roscrea, barony of Ikerrin (Map), Co. Tipperary (Fg. p. 323) (Onom. ‘r. cré’), §56; l. 701.

*Ros Guill = Ros gCuill, Rosguill peninsula between Sheep Haven and Mulroy Bay, barony of Kilmacrenan (Map), Co. Donegal (FM. vi p. 2346, note h) (Onom. ‘r. guill’, ‘r. gcuill’), §§105, 294; ll. 1400, 3937.

Ros in Churad = Ros Cré (Onom. ‘r. in churad’), §56; l. 701.

Ros in Fhéinneda, on the brink of Loch Léin (Onom. ‘r. in fhéinneda’), §50; l. 567.

Ros mic Treoin = Cluain Cessain, in Fid Gaible (Onom. ‘r. mic treoin’), §§40, 42; ll. 484, 491, 494.

Ros na hEchraide = Ail Find (Onom. ‘r. na hechraide’), §292; l. 3888.

Ros na hEchraide = Inn Airm (Onom. ‘r. na hechraide’), §486; l. 6541.

Ros na Fingaile = Ros Camain (Onom. ‘r. na fingaile’), §96; l. 1239.

*Ros na Ríg, to the North-East of Temair; Rossnaree, a ford on the River Boyne, near Slane, Co. Meath (Adr. p. 235, note a) (Onom. ‘ros na ríg’), §107; l. 1462.

Ros Temrach, seems to be Ros na Ríg (Onom. ‘r. temrach’), §108; l. 1475.

Rot na Carpat, runs from the summit of Sliab Fúait past Tlachtga and Tailtiu and up to the summit of the hill of Uisnech (Onom. ‘rot na carpat’), §§179, 259; ll. 2348, 3439.

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Saxain = Sacsain, Saxons, England (Onom. ‘saxain’, ‘sacsain’), §§27, 297, 324; ll. 281, 3982, 4536.

Segais = Sliab Segsa (Onom. ‘segais’)

Sen-Bregmag, South of the river Boand (Onom. ‘sen-bregmag’), §5; l. 56.

*Senchae, the townlands Shannakea Beg and Shannakea More, barony of Conderalaw (Map), Co. Clare (Onom. ‘senchae’), §294; l. 3943.

Sengabar na Sreth (Onom. ‘s. gabar’), §357; l. 4984.

Sen-Luimnech, §294; l. 3927.

Sen-Mag Elta Etair, a plain extending from the hill of Howth (Benn Étair) to Tallaght; Clontarf is in it (FM. i pp. 7-8, note x) (Onom. ‘s. mag elta edair’), §24; l. 250.

Sen-Mag n-Eo = Mag Laissi (Onom. ‘s. mag n-eo’), §56; l. 698.

Sen-Mag Roichet = Mag Ruad Roichet (Onom. ‘s. mag roichet’), §56; l. 696.

Síd Aedha Esa Ruaid = Sí n-Aeda, Mullaghshee, a little to the north of Es Ruaid meic Modhuirn (FM. i pp. 70-71, note r) (Onom. ‘s. aedha esa ruaid’ ,‘sí n-aeda’), §117; l. 1561.

Síd Almaine, at Almu (Onom. ‘s. almaine’), §365; l. 5119.

Síd ar Femin = Síd Ban Find (Onom. ‘s. ar femin’), §§210, 214; ll. 2776, 2868.

Síd Badgna = Síd Badbgna, on Sliab Badbgna (Onom. ‘s. badgna’), §192; l. 2543.

Síd Ban Find, on Sliab na mBan (Onom. ‘s. ban find’), §§54, 210, 213; ll. 615, 619, 642, 2776, 2794, 2844.

Síd Beinne hEtair, on Benn Étair (Onom. ‘s. beinne hetair’), §§365, 409, 412; ll. 5132, 5644, 5719.

*Sid Buidhbh Dheirg, in the south of Ireland; possibly over Lough Derg, near Killaloe, barony of Tulla Lower (Map), Co. Clare (At. iv, p. 116, note 80) (Onom. ‘s. buidhbh dheirg’, ‘s. bóidb’), §253; l. 3350.

Síd Cruachna = Síd Cruachan (Onom. ‘s. cruachan’), §§567, 568; ll. 7626, 7646.

Síd Dá Én = Sliab Aige meic Iugaine (Onom. ‘s. dá én’), §374; l. 5253.

Síd Droma Deirg, in Cenél Conaill (Onom. ‘s. droma deirg’), §365; l. 5131.

Síd Droma Nemed = Síd Duma (Onom. ‘s. droma nemid’), §507; l. 6828.

Síd Duirn Buide, at Tond Clidna (Onom. ‘s. duirn buide’), §§288, 538; ll. 3846, 7204.

Síd Duma, in Luighne Connacht (Onom. ‘s. duma’), §507; l. 6829.

*Síd Eogabail = Cnoc Áine, Knockainy (Cnoc Áine), barony of Smallcounty (Map), Co. Limerick (FM. i p. 278, note e) (Onom. ‘s. eogabail’, ‘c. áine’), §§276, 365; ll. 3682, 5124-5.

Síd Essa Ruaid = Síd Aedha Esa Ruaid (Onom. ‘s. essa ruaid’), §365; l. 5127.

Síd Findachaid, on the top of Sliabh Fuaid, the highest mountain in the Fews, a mountain range near Newtownhamilton, in the barony of Fews Upper (Map), in Co. Armagh (Onom. ‘s. findachaid’), §§38, 126, 140, 142, 365, 370; ll. 422, 1629, 1770-1, 1785, 1795, 1805, 5118, 5185.

Síd Glas, in Osraige (Onom. ‘s. glas’), §365; l. 5120.

Síd Ilbricc Essa Ruaid, near Es Ruaid meic Modhuirn (Onom. ‘s. ilbricc essa ruaid’), §529; ll. 7095-6.

Síd Liamna Lennchaime, in the South of Leinster (See Dún Liamna Lendchaime) (Onom. ‘s. liamna’, ‘s. lennchaime’), §§213, 306, 331, 365; ll. 2841, 4085, 4636, 5121.

Síd Mac Midhir = Síd Ban Find, on Sliab na mBan, §371; l. 5205.

Síd Monaid, see Monad and Dún Monaidh (Onom. ‘s. monaid’), §§362, 365; ll. 5069-70, 5125.

*Síd Nennta = Síd Nenta, (Map – Sídh Neanta), Fairymount, in the parish of Kilgefin, barony of South Ballintober (Map), Co. Roscommon (Im. p. 6 (16), note r) (Onom. ‘s. nennta’, ‘s. nenta’), §155; l. 1986.

Síd Ochta Cleitig, in Bregmag (Onom. ‘s. ochta cleitig’), §§5, 365; ll. 51, 5130.

*Sinand, the Shannon River (FM. i p. 355, A.D. 751) (Onom. ‘sinand’), §§59, 144, 155; ll. 734, 1829, 1998.

*Siúr, the River Suir (FM. i p. 37, note m) (Onom. ‘siúr’), §§118, 197; ll. 1578, 2630.

*Sláine, the River Slaney (FM. ii p. 576, note w) (Onom. ‘sláine’), §§317, 355, 374; ll. 4431, 4935, 5234.

Sliab Aige meic Iugaine = Sliab na mBan (Onom. ‘s. aige meic iugaine’), §§359, 360, 374, 454; ll. 5003, 5010, 5253, 6154.

*Sliab Baghna = Sliab Badbgna = Sliab Badgna, (Map – Sliabh Baghna), Slieve Bawn, in the district of Baune which covers nearly the barony of Ballintober North (Map), Co. Roscommon (FM. ii p. 629, note c) (FM. i p. 11, note b) (Onom. ‘s. baghna’, ‘s. badbgna’, ‘s. badgna’), §584; ll. 7800-1.

Sliab Ban Finn = Sliab na mBan (Onom. ‘s. ban finn’), §54; l. 636.

*Sliab Bladma, Slieve Bloom Mountains, Co. Tipperary (FM. i p. 461, note g) (Onom. ‘s. bladma’), §§49, 324, 334, 336; ll. 559, 4531, 4683, 4707.

Sliab Breg, appears to have included all the hilly part of Co. Louth (FM. vi p. 1922, note o) (Onom. ‘s. breg’), §176; l. 2320.

*Sliab Cáin, the Ballyhoura Mountains (‘An Sliabh Riabhach’), on the borders of Co. Limerick and Co. Cork (FM. vi p. 2118, note i) (Onom. ‘s. cáin’), §§56, 70, 73; ll. 708, 891, 906, 947.

Sliab Caince, at Glenn in Scáil in Dál n-Araide (Onom. ‘s. caince’), §278; ll. 3701-2.

Sliab Cairbre, seems between Sliab Cuire and Sliab Céide (Onom. ‘s. cairbre’), §147; l. 1869.

*Sliab Cairpri, Slieve Carbry, otherwise known as Corn Hill, in the parish of Killoe, barony of Granard (Map), Co. Longford (FM. vi p. 1855, note c) (Onom. ‘s. cairpri’), §556; l. 7481.

*Sliab Cairnn, in Corcomrúad; Slievecarran, barony of Burren (Map), Co. Clare (Onom. ‘s. cairnn’), §§265, 587; ll. 3517, 7851.

Sliab Céide, seems near Sliab Cairbre (Onom. ‘s. céide’), §147; l. 1869.

Sliab Cláire, a mountain (containing the mountain peak Cenn Cláire), mainly in the parish of Ballingarry, barony of Coshlea (Map), Co. Limerick (Onom. ‘s. cláire’), §§90, 213, 408; ll. 1151, 2843, 5633.

Sliab Cliathair = Sliab Baghna (Onom. ‘s. cliathair’), §584; l. 7800.

*Sliab Crott, Mount Grud, in the townland of Cappauniac, barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Tipperary (FM. ii p. 874, note y) (Onom. ‘s. crott’) (Onom. ‘s. crott’), §§90, 408; ll. 1156, 5633.

*Sliab Cúa, Knockmealdown Mountains, Co. Waterford (FM. i p. 48, note l) (Onom. ‘s. cúa’), §§213, 399; ll. 2843, 5527.

Sliab Cuire, seems between Síd Aedha Esa Ruaid and Sliab Cairbre (Onom. ‘s. cuire’), §147; l. 1869.

*Sliab Echtgi, (Map – Sliabh Echtghe), Slieve Aughty mountains, on the borders of Co. Galway and Co. Clare (FM. vi p. 2004, note w) (Onom. ‘s. echtgi’, ‘echtge’), §80; l. 1011.

Sliab Elga, see Iath Elcca (Onom. ‘elga’), §283; l. 3760.

Sliab Én = Sliab Aige meic Iugaine (Onom. ‘s. én’), §§384, 454; ll. 5364, 6154.

Sliab Etair = Benn Étair (Onom. ‘s. etair’), §283; l. 3760.

*Sliab Formaeile = Sliab ui Fhloinn = Breicsliab (?), (Map – Sliabh Fhormaile), now Sliabh ui Fhloinn, South of Lough O’Flynn in the parishes of Kiltullagh and Kilkeevin, barony of Castlereagh (Map), Co. Roscommon (Im. pp. 83-84, note x) (Onom. ‘s. formaeile’, ‘s. ui fhloinn’), §486; l. 6531.

*Sliab Fúait, Sliabh Fuaid, the highest mountain in the Fews, a mountain range near Newtownhamilton, in the barony of Fews Upper (Map), in Co. Armagh (FM. i p. 26, note g) (Onom. ‘s. fúait’), §§1, 136, 137, 176, 259, 294, 380, 489, 533; ll. 7-8, 1735, 1750, 2313, 3438, 3446, 3923, 5323, 6591, 7127.

*Sliab nGam, (Map – Sliabh Gamh), Slieve Gamph or the Ox Mountains, Co. Mayo and Co. Sligo (FM. iii p. 442, note d) (Onom. ‘s. ngam’), §§497, 499, 564; ll. 6706, 6732, 7565.

Sliab Guaire = Sliab Cairpri (?), Slieve Gorey, barony of Clankee (Map), Co. Cavan (Tp. p. vi (220), note 21) (Onom. ‘s. guaire’), §556; l. 7480.

Sliab Lodain mic Lir, in Britain; seems opposite Howth (Onom. ‘s. lodain mic lir’), §§17, 23; ll. 185-6, 234.

Sliab Lugha, (Map – Sliabh Lugha), Slieve-Lowe, a mountainous territory which includes the parish of Kilmovee, barony of Costello and the parish of Kilcolman, barony of Clanmorris (Map), Co. Mayo (FM. iii pp. 150-151, note l) (Onom. ‘s. lugha’), §§546, 552; ll. 7297, 7382.

*Sliab Mis, Slieve Mish Mountains, barony of Trughanacmy (Map), Co. Kerry (FM. i p. 25, note b) (FM. v p. 1731, note d) (Onom.‘s. mis’), §§283, 434, 455, 465, 469, 472; ll. 3760, 5906, 6182-3, 6329, 6348-9, 6388.

Sliab Monaid, in Scotland; see Monad (Onom. ‘s. monaid’), §334; l. 4675.

*Sliab na mBan, Slievenamon, a mountain 8 miles North East of Clonmel, Co. Tipperary (FM. i pp. 46-47, note w) (Onom. ‘s. na mban’), §359; ll. 5002-3.

Sliab na Con = Sliab Breg (Onom. ‘s. na con’), §176; l. 2319.

*Sliab Séghsa ua Eibric, the Curlew Mountains, Co. Sligo and Co. Roscommon (Lct. p. 20, note n) (Onom. ‘s. séghsa ua eibric’), §§113, 564; ll. 1503, 7565-6.

Sliab Smóil meic Edlachair = Sliab Bladma (Onom. ‘s. s. meic edlachair’), §§49, 294, 324, 334; ll. 558-9, 3925, 4531, 4682-3.

*Sliab Uidhe an Ríg = Sliab Oidhidh an Rígh, between Creatshalach and Sliab Echtgi; Woodcock Hill, barony of Bunratty Lower (Map), Co. Clare (FM. v p. 1600, note r)  (Onom. ‘s. uidhe an ríg’, ‘s. oidhidh an rígh’), §80; l. 1010.

*Slige Dala = Belach Mór Maige Dala, (Map – Slighe Dála), this was the name of the ancient road leading from Tara to the south-west of Ireland; it passed through Ballaghmore, barony of Clondonagh (Map), Co. Laois (FM. v pp. 1749-1750, note e) (Onom. ‘s. dála’, ‘belach mór maige dala’), §56; l. 700.

*Snám Én, Swim Two Birds, on the River Shannon, between Clonmacnoise, Co. Offaly and Cloonburren, Co. Roscommon (FM. i p. 209, note w) (Onom. ‘s. dá én’), §145; l. 1843.

Sruth na Féinne, a river near Dún na mBarc in Tír Conaill (Onom. ‘s. na féinne’), §157; l. 2034.

*Suca, (Map – Suca),the River Suck, in Co. Mayo, Co. Roscommon and Co. Galway (FM. i p. 355, A.D. 751) (Onom. ‘suca’), §486; l. 6543.

*Suidhe Finn, on top of Sliab Formaeile; Candlefield, in the parish of Kiltullagh, barony of Castlereagh (Map), Co. Roscommon (Connon (2013), op. cit., pp. 76-77) (Onom. ‘s. finn’), §486; l. 6532.

Suidhe Pátraic, at Cenn Abrat (Onom. ‘s. pátraic’), §70; l. 906.

Suidhe Pátraic, at Ráith Mór Maige Fea (Onom. ‘s. pátraic’), §322; l. 4507.

Suidhe Pátraic, at Caillaind in Ui Cúanach (Onom. ‘s. pátraic’), §413; l. 5728.

Suidhe Pátraic, at Fert Fiadmóir in Mag Aíi (Onom. ‘s. pátraic’), §476; l. 6442-3.

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Taidiu = Táeidiu, the watercourse in Moling’s monastery at Tech Moling (Rc. xxvii, p. 303, l. 3 and note 1) (Rc. xxviii, p. 71, (note on p. 303, l. 3)) (Onom. ‘taidiu’, ‘táeidiu’), §§199, 200; ll. 2645, 2674, 2676.

*Tailtiu, Teltown, a hill, townland and parish in the barony of Kells Upper (Map) in Co. Meath (FM. i p. 25, note d) (Onom. ‘tailtiu’), §§27, 179, 547; ll. 265, 2348, 7314.

Tech Cruind, near Ard in Proicepta (Onom. ‘t. cruind’), §349; ll. 4831, 4838.

Tech Drumann (Onom. ‘t. drumann’), §253; l. 3373.

*Tech Duinn, one of three rocks, called The Bull, The Cow and The Calf, off the western point of Dursey Island, barony of Bear (Map), Co. Cork (Lct. p. 51, note o) (Onom. ‘t. duinn’), §54; ll. 662, 665.

*Tech Moling, St. Mullin’s, barony of St. Mullins Lower (Map), Co. Carlow (FM. ii p. 590, note h)  (Onom. ‘t. moling’), §200; ll. 2680, 2684, 2685.

Tech Mór Midchúarta = Tech Midchúarta, (Map – Teach Miodhchuarta), Teach Miodhchuarta, the banquet hall at Tara, Co. Meath (Rc. xv p. 287, §26) (Onom. ‘t. midchúarta’), §§130, 379; ll. 1679, 5311, 5316.

*Temair, (Map – Teamhair), Tara, Co. Meath (FM. i pp. 30-31, note h) (Onom. ‘temair’), §§36, 38, 105, 132, 135, 137, 507, 540, 547, 550, 557, 590, 593; ll. 362, 428, 1405, 1697, 1703, 1722, 1724, 1728, 1751, 6821, 7252, 7260, 7315, 7365, 7494, 7883, 7897.

Temair Breg, Tara in Meath (Onom. ‘t. breg’), §§155, 430; ll. 2001, 5861-2.

*Temair Luachra = Temair Lóchrae, Ballahantouragh (Béal Átha an Teamhrach) near Castleisland, barony of Trughanacmy (Map), Co. Kerry (FM. v p. 1731, note c) (Onom. ‘t. luachra’, ‘t. lóchrae’), §§216, 231, 407, 430; ll. 2916-7, 3080, 5629, 5862.

Teprofáne, Taprobana, a legendary island, §§23, 210; ll. 229, 2774.

Tibra Aillbe, near Carn na Fingaile (Onom. ‘t. aillbe’), §§558, 559; ll. 7506, 7521.

Tipra in Banchuiri = Tipra in Banntrachta, §222; l. 2991.

Tipra in Banntrachta, at Loch Daim Deircc (Onom. ‘t. in banntrachta’), §§220, 227; ll. 2971, 3041.

Tipra in Laich Leisc, West of Tráig Lí (Onom. ‘t. in laich leisc’), §447; ll. 6050-1.

Tipra na Scathdeirce, from it arose Loch Lurgan (Onom. ‘t. na scathdeirce’), §324; ll. 4526-7.

*Tipra Pátruic, (Map – Baile Tobair Pádruig), Ballintober, barony of Carra (Map), Co. Mayo (Connon (2013), op. cit., pp. 90-92) (FM. iii p. 327, note y)  (Onom. ‘t. pátruic’), §502; l. 6760.

Tír Banba, a poetic name for Ireland (Onom. ‘banba’), §193; l. 2545.

Tír Conaill = Cenél Conaill (Onom. ‘t. conaill’), §207; l. 2730.

Tír Maine = Ui Maine = Ui Maini, (Uí Maine), (Map – Uí Maini), the tribal area of Hy-Many which was centered in Eastern Co. Galway and Southern Co. Roscommon (Im. p. 4-6 (14-16)) (Onom. ‘t. maine’, ‘ui maine’, ‘ui maini’), §81; l. 1014.

Tír na Fer, seems in the sea facing Sliab Mis (Onom. ‘t. na fer’), §440; l. 5962.

Tír na n-Ingen, seems in the sea facing Sliab Mis (Onom. ‘t. na n-ingen’), §440, ; ll. 5954, 5956-7, 5957, 5960.

Tír Tairrngire  = Tír Tairrnghiri, the ‘Land of Promise’ (Onom. ‘t. tairrngire’, ‘t. tairrnghiri’), §§36, 276, 285, 286, 287, 288, 373, 538, 542; ll. 366, 3683, 3786, 3807, 3811, 3835, 5226, 7204, 7205, 7268.

*Tlachtga = Tlachta, the Hill of Ward, near Athboy, barony of Lune (Map), Co. Meath (FM. iii p. 5, note x) (Onom. ‘tlachtga’, ‘tlachta’), §179; l. 2347.

*Tóchar Find, Bolinree, barony of Athlone North (Map) (Connon (2014), op. cit., p. 48) (Onom. ‘t. find’), §96; l. 1238.

Tóchar in Bhanchuire = Tóchar Find (Onom. ‘t. an bhanchuire’), §96; l. 1237.

Tóchar Legi Ingine Cuarnatan, between the river Berba and Sen-Mag Roichet (Onom. ‘t. legi ingine cuarnatan’), §56; l. 695.

Tond Beinne Edair, at Benn Étair (Onom. ‘tond beinne edair’), §242; l. 3228.

*Tond Clidna, ‘Clidna’s Wave’, at the bay at Glandore, or Clonakilty Bay, Co. Cork (Tp. p. lxvi (280), note 571) (Mm. p. 306 (338)) (Onom. ‘t. clidna’), §§242, 279, 280, 288, 378, 538, 552, 605; ll. 3230, 3725, 3729, 3829, 3850, 3852, 5304, 7204, 7375, 8000.

Tond Duiblinne, at Dubhlinn (Onom. ‘dubhlinn’), §242; l. 3231.

Tond Dúine Teite = Tond Teite (Onom. ‘t. dúine teite’), §288; l. 3843.

*Tond Rudraigi, in the inner bay of Dundrum Bay, Co. Down (ML. p. 95 (131), note f) (Onom. ‘t. rudraigi’), §§234, 242, 378, 552, 605; ll. 3109, 3226, 5305, 7376, 8000.

Tond Teite, in the same bay as Tond Clidna (Onom. ‘t. teite’), §280; l. 3730.

Tond Tuile, in the North of Benn Bairche (Onom. ‘t. tuile’), §§240, 242; ll. 3209, 3210, 3224.

*Tond Tuaidhe = Tond Tuaighe, “the Tuns”, in the sea at the mouth of the River Bann, Co. Derry (ML. pp. 94- 95 (130-131), note e) (Onom. ‘t. tuaighe’), §§265, 695; ll. 3522, 8000.

Tond Tulcha Leis, not identified; by far the best known place of the name Tulach Leis is Tullalease, barony of  Duhallow (Map), Co. Cork, which is hardly appropriate here as it is far inland (Ó Coileáin, op. cit., p. 225) (Onom. ‘t. leis’, t. liss), §64; l. 861.

*Torach, Tory Island, off the North-West coast of Co. Donegal (FM. i pp. 237-238, note x) (Onom. ‘torach’), §§147, 360, 363; ll. 1881, 5008, 5104.

Trácht Rúdraigi = Tond Rudraigi (Onom. ‘t. rúdraigi’), §234; ll. 3108-9.

*Tráig Baili, strand at Dundalk, Co. Louth (FM. iv pp. 723-724, note r) (Onom. ‘t. baili’), §§242, 416, 417, 528; ll. 3229, 5738, 5761, 7086.

Tráig Berramain = Tráig Berramuin, Berraman is a strand near Tralee, Co. Kerry (Mm. pp. 305 (337)) (Onom. ‘berraman’, ‘t. berramuin’), §124; l. 1618.

Tráig Cael, near Finntráigh (Onom. ‘t. cael’), §63; l. 838.

Tráig Conbice, West of Dún na mBarc in Tír Conaill (Onom. ‘t. conbice’), §169; l. 2202.

Tráig Dá Bhan, near Ráith Droma Deirc (Onom. ‘t. dá bhan’), §8; l. 91.

*Tráig Eóchaille, (Map – Tráig Eóchaile), Trawohelly, a strand near Ballysadare, Co. Sligo; Beltra is on the west side of the strand of Trawohelly (Fy. p. 480) (FM. i p. 16, note p) (Tl. p. 99) (Onom. ‘t. eóchaille’), §§242, 480, 484; ll. 3227, 6470, 6478, 6526.

Tráig in Chairn = Tráig na Trénfer (Onom. ‘t. in chairn’), §282; l. 3742.

Tráig in Eich Duib = Tráig Berramuin (Onom. ‘t. in eich duibh’), §124; l. 1617.

Tráig in Gairb, near Es Ruaid (Onom. ‘t. in gairb’), §514; l. 6951.

*Tráig Lí, Tralee, barony of Trughanacmy (Map), Co. Kerry (Onom. ‘t. lí’), §§215, 447; ll. 2896, 6051.

Tráig na Trénfer, between Dún Sobairche and the sea (Onom. ‘t. na trénfer’), §282; ll. 3742-3.

Tráig Rudraigi = Tond Rudraigi (Onom. ‘t. rudraigi’), §§235, 237, 238, 239; ll. 3115, 3125, 3146, 3159, 3192.

Tráig Teite = Tond Teite (Onom. ‘t. teite’), §287; ll. 3822, 3823, 3825.

Tuaigh Imne, §294; l. 3932.

Tuadmuma = Tuathmuma, (Thomond), (Map – Thomond), Thomond, North Munster, almost coterminous with the diocese of Killaloe (Map) (Lct. pp. 260-261, note w) (Onom. ‘tuadmuma’, ‘t. muma’), §§30, 89; ll. 311, 1104.

Tuarasdal in Banchuiri, at Ráith Cind Con in the South of Mag Femin (Onom. ‘tuarasdal in banchuiri’), §404; l. 5592.

Tuath Breg, in Brega (Onom. ‘t. breg’), §§40, 43, 326, 410; ll. 477, 511, 4558, 5691.

Tuatha Danann (Onom. ‘t. dé danann’), §§36, 37, 39, 206; ll. 392, 400, 405, 442, 2720.

Tuatha Temra (Onom. ‘temair’), §99; l. 1288.

Tuile (Onom. ‘tuile’), §60; l. 793.

Tulach Aifi = Cnoc Aifi (?), in East Leinster, near Tulach in Mháil, and East of Ráith Speláin and Ráith in Máil (Onom. ‘t. aifi’), §339; l. 4749.

Tulach Da Ech, East of Torach (Onom. ‘t. da ech’), §150; ll. 1938-9.

Tulach in Banchuiri  = Tulach an Banchuire, a hill in Tír Conaill (Onom. ‘t. an banchuire’), §§210, 213; ll. 2767, 2832-3.

Tulach in Mháil, in Machaire Laighen, to the East of Síd Liamna and near Cnoc Aifi (Onom. ‘t. in mháil’), §332, ; ll. 4647-8, 4654, 4656.

Tulach in Óic, at Cuillend, §428; l. 5854.

Tulach in Trír, near Trácht Rúdraigi (Onom. ‘t. in trír’), §§254, 258; ll. 3380, 3383, 3428, 3435.

Tulach na n-Arm = Mag Rath (Onom. ‘t. na n-arm’), §217; l. 2939.

Tulach na Céd = Tulach Dá Ech (Onom. ‘t. na céd’), §150; l. 1938.

Tulach na Dála = Cuillend (Onom. ‘t. na dála’), §420; l. 5783.

Tulach na Faircsina = Almu (Onom. ‘t. na faircsina’), §98; l. 1258.

Tulach na Fénne = Ard Pátricc (Onom. ‘t. na fenne’), §56; l. 708.

Tulach na Fiad, West of Tulach in Mháil, in Machaire Laighen (Onom. ‘t. na fiad’), §340; l. 4756.

Tulach na Ríg = Cnoc na Ríg = Uarán nGarad (Onom. ‘t. na ríg’), §105; l. 1371.

Tulchaib Tri mBenn, not identified, §61; l. 817.

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Uaimh Chruachon, the Cave of Cruachan = Uaimh na gCat (Oweynagat), (Map – Owenagcat), at Crúachu; “trí dorcha Eireann, Uaimh Cruachna, Uaimh Sláine agus dearc Fearna” (Ods. p. 722 (737)) (Rc. xv p. 470) (Onom. ‘u. chruachon’), §§293, 570; ll. 3896, 7677, 7679, 7683.

*Uarán nGarad, (Map – Uaran Garadh), Oran, a townland and parish in the barony of Ballymoe (Map), Co. Roscommon (FM. iii pp. 130-131, note r) (Tl. p. 107) (Onom. ‘uarán ngarad’), §§102, 575; ll. 1316, 7734.

Ui Cennselaigh, (Uí Cheinnselig), (Map – Uí Cheinnselaig), conterminous with the diocese of Ferns (Map), (which included all Co. Wexford, plus part of Co. Wicklow, and part of Co. Carlow) (Onom. ‘ui cennselaigh’), §§195, 489; ll. 2596, 6575.

Ui Cúanach, the barony of Coonagh (Map), Co. Limerick (Tl. p. 199) (Onom. ‘ui cúanach’), §§413, 414, 420; ll. 5727, 5731, 5783.

Úi Failgi, (Uí Failge), (Map – Uí Failge), the baronies of Offaly East and Offaly West (Map), Co. Kildare and parts of Co. Offaly and Co. Laois (Tp. p. xlvii- xlviii (261-262), note 370) (Onom. ‘úi failgi’), §487; l. 6552.

Ui Meith = Úi Méith Macha, they were seated in the parishes of Kilmore, Tehallon and Tullycorbet, barony of Monaghan (Map), Co. Monaghan (Tp. p. xxii (236), note 127) (Onom. ‘ui meith’, ‘úi méith macha’), §263; ll. 3501-2.

Úi Muiredaig, (Uí Muiredaig), (Map – Uí Muiredaig), the southern half of Co. Kildare (Tp. pp. liii-liv (267-268), note 436) (Onom. ‘úi muiredaig’), §309; l. 4124.

Ui Raduib = Clann Raduib, the patrimonial territory of Muinter Roduib appears to have corresponded to the modern parishes of Kilbride, Roscommon and Fuerty, Co. Roscommon (Connon (2014), op. cit., pp. 28-33) (Onom. ‘ui raduib’, ‘m. rodhuibh’, ‘m. roduibh’, ‘m. radhuibh’), §493; ll. 6649, 6656.

*Uisnech, Ushnagh Hill (Map – Uisneach), in Co. Westmeath (FM. i p. 166, note c) (Onom. ‘uisnech’), §§8, 171, 174, 178, 547; ll. 83, 2253, 2254, 2303, 2336, 7314.

Ui Tairrsich, in Úi Failgi; Find was of the Ui Tairrsich (Onom. ‘ui tairrsich’), §§105, 487; ll. 1363, 6548.

Ulaid, Ulster, Ulstermen (Onom. ‘ulaid’), §§30, 93, 193; ll. 306, 1212, 2513.

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