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(Onom. = Onomasticon Goedelicum)
(FM. = Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters, ed. O’Donovan)
(Fy. = The Genealogies, Tribes and Customs of Hy-Fiachrach, ed. O’Donovan)
(Lct. = Leabhar na gCeart, ed. O’Donovan)
(Tp. = Topographical Poems, ed. O’Donovan)
(Fia. = Annals of Ireland: Three Fragments, ed. O’Donovan)
(Mr. = Battle of Magh Rath, ed. O’Donovan)
(Mis. = Miscellany of the Celtic Society, ed. O’Donovan)
(Ods. = O’Donovan’s Supplement to O’Reilly’s Irish-English Dictionary)
(Cor. = Cormac’s Glossary, tr. O’Donovan, ed. Stokes)
(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)
(Ra. = Reeves’ Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Down, Connor and Dromore)
(Au. = Annals of Ulster, ed. Hennessy/MacCarthy)
(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 placenames marked with a star (*) below have been identified and appear in the Google Map above.

Aes Cuile, unidentified (Onom. ‘aes cuile’), §65

*Aine = Aine Cliach, (Éoganacht Áine), (Map – Eóganacht Áine), a hill in Knockainy East / Knockainy West townlands, barony of Smallcounty (Map), Co. Limerick (FM. i p. 278, note e) (HDGP i p. 32, s.n. Áine (1); p. 33, s.n. Áine Chliach) (Onom. ‘aine’, ‘aine cliach’), §115

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’), §39

Ard Chluain na Fene = Imblech Ibair (Onom. ‘a. chluain na fene’), §§36, 118

Ath Cille Buindén, in Munster, probably in North-East Co. Cork (HDGP i p. 118, s.n. Áth Cille Buinnéan) (Onom. ‘a. cille buindén’), §69

*Ath Cliaich = Áth Cliath Medraige (?), (Map – Medraige), on the Clarin River at Clarinbridge, in the locality of Maree, barony of Dunkellin (Map), Co. Galway (FM. vi p. 2198, note z) (FM. vii p. 7) (HDGP i p. 121, s.n. Áth Cliath Meadhraighe) (Onom. ‘a. cliaich’, ‘á. cliath medraige’), §70

*Áth Colpa = Áth Colptha, probably near Knocklong, Co. Limerick; posssibly at or near Raithin in Imairic, on the Morningstar River, Co. Limerick (HDGP i p. 122, s.n. Áth Colptha) (Onom. ‘á. colpa’), §§45, 90

Ath Corco Maigen = Áth Colptha, (HDGP i p. 123, s.n. Áth Corca Maighean) (Onom. ‘a. corco maigen’), §45

Áth Croi, in Middle Munster or North Munster (HDGP i p. 124, s.n. Áth Craoi) (Onom. ‘á. croi’), §34

Ath Cuili Fedha = Áth Croi (HDGP i p. 125, s.n. Áth Cúile Feadha) (Onom. ‘a. cuili fedha’), §34

Áth Abann, in Munster, probably in North-East Co. Cork (HDGP i p. 126, s.n. Áth Dá Abhann) (Onom. ‘á. dá abann’), §69

Áth in tSluaig = Áth na n-Irlann (HDGP i p. 112, s.n. Áth an tSluaigh) (Onom. ‘á. in tsluaig’), §§27, 37, 121

Áth Isil = Áth Tuisil (HDGP i p. 137, s.n. Áth Iseal) (Onom. ‘á. isil’), §125

Áth Lethan = Áth Tuisil (HDGP i p. 138, s.n. Áth Leathan (5)) (Onom. ‘á. lethan’), §125

*Áth na n-Irlann, on a stream near an old church site, just North of the town of Urlingford, barony of Galmoy (Map), Co. Kilkenny (HDGP i p. 151, Áth na nUrlann) (Onom. ‘á. na n-irlann’), §27

Áth na n-Óc = Áth Colpa = Áth Colptha, (HDGP i p. 150, s.n. Áth na nÓg (2)) (Onom. ‘á. na n-óc’), §§45, 90

*Áth Tuisil, on the River Suir in Athasselabbey North townland, barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Tipperary (Ods. p. 577 (592)) (HDGP i p. 157, s.n. Áth Tuiseal) (Onom. ‘á. tuisil’), §125

Baern Leachta ua Setna, probably in the North-East of Co. Cork (HDGP ii p. 131, s.n. Bearn Leachta Ua Séadna) (Onom. ‘baern leachta ua setna’), §69

Becmhagh, unidentified, probably in Co. Offaly (HDGP ii p. 82, s.n. Beagmhagh) (Onom. ‘becmhagh’), §27

Be Neit, unidentified, §15

Belach Caille Tochaill, probably in East Co. Limerick (HDGP ii p. 105, s.n. Bealach Coille(adh) Tochail) (Onom. ‘b. caille tochaill’), §115

Bentraigi, tribal name, scattered throughout the country (HDGP ii p. 128, s.n. Beanntraighe (1)) (Onom. ‘bentraigi’), §68

Bern Doire Cailli Monad = Baern Leachta ua Setna (HDGP ii p. 131, s.n. Bearn Doire Coille(adh) Mónadh) (Onom. ‘bern doire cailli monad’), §69

Bern na nGall, On the East side of Tailach Aedha; probably in North-East Co. Cork (HDGP ii p. 132, s.n. Bearn na nGall) (Onom. ‘bern na ngall’), §69

Bocaighe = Sliab Eiblinne (Onom. ‘bocaighe’), §30

*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 na bóinne’, ‘b. na bóinne’, ‘b. meicc ind óc’), §3

Bundraidi, unidentified (Onom. ‘b. draidi’), §69

Caille mac n-Eirc = Corchaille Meic Con = Fir Maige (Onom. ‘c. mac n-eirc’), §66

Caill Fhian, South of Cenn Cláire (HDGP vi p. 10, s.n. Coill Fhian) (Onom. ‘caill fhian’), §112

Cailli Menne mic Erca = Corchaille Meic Con = Fir Maige (Onom. ‘cailli menne mic erca’), §66

Caill Lethaird = Caill Fhian (HDGP vi p. 11, s.n. Coill Leathard = Coill Fhian) (Onom. ‘c. lethaird’), §§111, 112

Caire Comain, in Cloenloch na nDeisi (Onom. ‘caire comain’), §68

Carn Aedha mic Lidhne, probably in North-East Co. Cork, South of Baern Leachta ua Setna (HDGP iii p. 65, s.n. Carn Aodha mic Lidhne) (Onom. ‘c. aedha mic lidhne’), §69

*Carn Feradaig, Cahernarry (Cripps) and Cahernarry (Keane), parish of Caherarry (Carn Fhearaígh), barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Limerick (HDGP iii p. 71, s.n. Carn Fearadhaigh) (Onom. ‘c. feradaig’), §115

Carn Maelglasáin, in Munster; probably in North-East Co. Cork (HDGP iii p. 77, s.n. Carn Maoil Ghlasáin) (Onom. ‘c. maelglasáin’), §69

*Carn Tighearna mic Deghaid, ‘Carntierna’, between Coolcarron townland, barony of Condons and Clangibbon, and Corrin townland, barony of Barrymore (Map), Co. Cork (Mm. pp. 267-268 (299-300)) (HDGP iii p. 81, s.n. Carn Tighearnaigh) (Onom. ‘c. tighearna’, ‘c. t. mic deghaid’), §69

*Carrac Brachaide, Carrickabraghy townland, barony of Inishowen East (Map), Co. Donegal (Tp. p. xviii (232), note 97) (HDGP iii p. 88, s.n. Carraig Bhrachaidhe) (Onom. ‘c. brachaide’), §105

*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’) §§65, 66

*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’), §§11, 72, 101, etc.

Ciarraige, (Ciarraighe), (Map – Ciarraige), (Map – Ciarraige); a fortuath scattered mainly throughout Munster and Connacht (HDGP iv p. 141, s.n. Ciarraighe) (Onom. ‘ciarraige’), §65

Claire, a mountain (containing the mountain peak Cenn Cláire), mainly in the parish of Ballingarry, barony of Coshlea (Map), Co. Limerick (HDGP iv p. 152, s.n. Cláire) (Onom. ‘claire’), §§24, 61, 108, etc.

Cleiteach, legendary house-site overlooking the River Boyne, Co. Meath (FM. i pp. 115-116, note o) (ML. p. 66 (102), note b) (HDGP v p. 69, s.n. Cleiteach (1)) (Onom. ‘cleiteach’), §§19, 69

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’), §14

Clíu Máil maic Ugaine = Clíu, (FM. v p. 1648, note t) (HDGP v pp. 71-2, s.n. Cliú (1)) (Onom. ‘c. máil maic ugaine’), §65

Cloenloch na nDeisi, in Dési Muman (HDGP v p. 63, s.n. Claonloch na nDéise) (Onom. ‘cloenloch na ndeisi’), §68

Clugh na Cruithneachta, unidentified (Onom. ‘clugh na cruithneachta’), §69

Cluithre Caerach, in East Co. Limerick  and West Co. Tipperary (HDGP v p. 158, s.n. Cluithre Caorach = Cluithre Cliach) (Onom. ‘cluithre caerach’), §103

Cnoc Déin, unidentified (HDGP v p. 171, s.n. Cnoc Dean) (Onom. ‘c. déin’), §125

Cnoc na Cenn = Druim Damgaire (HDGP v p. 177, s.n. Cnoc na gCeann (1)) (Onom. ‘c. na cenn’), §§37, 38

*(Cnoc Rafann), a hill in Knockgraffon townland, barony of Middlethird (Map), Co. Tipperary (ML. pp. 152-153 (188-189), note a) (Cor. p. 7(25), s.n. Ána) (HDGP v p. 181, s.n. Cnoc Rafann) (Onom. ‘c. rafann’) §§9, 120, 121, 124

*Coill Medóin, Kilmaine townland, barony of Ballybritt (Map), Co. Offaly (HDGP vi p. 12, s.n. Coill Mheadhóin) (Onom. ‘c. medóin’), §27

Colaem, unidentified (Onom. ‘colaem’), §68

Colltanan, a wood near Claire, Co. Limerick (HDGP vi p. 30, s.n. Colltanán) (Onom. ‘colltanan’), §115

*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’), §23

Comar Cluana hIraird  = Comar na Cuan = Comar (HDGP vi p. 35, s.n. Comar Cluana Ioraird  = Comar na gCuan = Comar (2)) (Onom. ‘c. cluana hiraird’, ‘c. na cuan’), §§23, 24, 37

Connachta, the territory west of the River Shannon (HDGP vi p. 48, s.n. Connachta) (Onom. ‘connachta’), §37

Corchaille Meic Con = Fir Maige (HDGP vi p. 84, s.n. Corr Coille Mic Con = Fir Mhaighe) (Onom. ‘corchaille meic con’), §66

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’), §65

Corco Muichit, a people and territory that gave name to the parish of Corcomohide, barony of Connello Upper, Co. Limerick and the parish of Corcomohide, in the barony of Orrery and Kilmore (Map), Co. Cork (HDGP vi p. 71, s.n. Corca Mhuichead) (Onom. ‘c. muichit’), §68

Cre(a)craidhi = Crecraige (HDGP vi p. 101, s.n. Creagraighe = Greagraighe) (Onom. ‘creagraighi’), §§56, 68, 71

Crích Cairiche = Muscrige Fhega (HDGP vi p. 105, s.n. Críoch Chairiche = Múscraighe Feadha) (Onom. ‘c. cairiche’), §65

Crích Eoganachta, (Eóghanachta), (Map – Eóganacht Locha Léin), in Corco Duibhne in Ciarraige (Onom. ‘c. eoganachta’), §65

Crích Formaeil na bhFian = Formáel (Onom. ‘c. formaeil na bhfian’, ‘formaile na fiann’, ‘formáel’), §§30, 31

Crích Fossaigh moir, on the boundary of the barony of Imokilly (Map), Co. Cork (HDGP vi p. 110, s.n. Críoch Fhosaigh Mhóir) (Onom. ‘c. fossaigh moir’), §68

Crundmagh = Mag Gabra (HDGP vi p. 143, s.n. Crunnmhagh (2) = Magh Gabhra) (Onom. ‘crundmagh’), §30

Cuan Comair = Comar na Cuan = Comar (HDGP vi p. 35, s.n. Comar na gCuan = Comar (2)) (Onom. ‘c. na cuan’), §24

*Cúl Emni, Cooliney townland, barony of Orrery and Kilmore (Map), Co. Cork (HDGP vi p. 167, s.n. Cúil Eimhne) (Onom. ‘c. emni’), §72

Cúl Feaga Formaeile = Cúl Feda Formaeile, perhaps in East Co. Limerick and West Co. Tipperary (HDGP vi p. 167, s.n. Cúil Fheadha (2)) (Onom. ‘c. feda’, ‘c. f. formaeile’), §35

*Dairbri, Valentia Island, barony of Iveragh (Map), Co. Kerry and name earlier used for the Iveragh Peninsula (FM. iv p. 1220 (574), note b) (HDGP vii p. 10, s.n. Dairbhre) (Onom. ‘dairbri’), §§58, 62

Dairine, alternative name for Corca Laoighdhe (Mis. p.141) (HDGP vii p. 11, s.n. Dáirfhine) (Onom. ‘dairine’), §§14, 56, 64

Dergtine = Dergthene, See Eoghanachta (HDGP vii p. 70, s.n. Deirgthine) (Onom. ‘dergtine’, ‘dergthene’), §§14, 56, 64, 73

Dési Muman, (Déisi Mumhan), (Map – Déisi Mumhan), branch of the Déise who settled in the region approximately corresponding to the Catholic Diocese of Waterford and Lismore, Co. Waterford, and in South Co. Tipperary and in East Co. Cork (FM. i p. 115, note n) (HDGP vii p. 75, s.n. Déise (Mumhan)) (Onom. ‘dési muman’), §§56, 68, 71

*Druim n-Assail, Toryhill (Cnoc Droma Asail), in the parish of Croom, barony of Pubblebrien (Map), Co. Limerick (Onom. ‘d. n-assail’, ‘c. droma asail’), §116

*Druim Damgaire, Knocklong (Cnoc Luinge), barony of Coshlea (Map), Co Limerick (Mm. p. 271 (303)) (Onom. ‘d. damgaire’, ‘cnoc luinge’), §§38, 78, 103, etc.

*Druim Dil, in Dési (Muman); Drumdeel, a townland near Clonmel, barony of Middlethird (Map), Co. Tipperary (Onom. ‘d. dil’), §§56, 68

Druim Eogabail, near Aine Cliach = Cnoc Áine (?); Eogabul, the father of Áine, was king of the fairy mound of Cnoc Áine (Onom. ‘d. eogabail’), §115

Druim Meadhóin Mairtine = Imblech Ibair, (Onom. ‘d. meadhóin mairtine’), §§36, 37

Druim mic Criadhnaidhi, (Onom. ‘d. mic criadhnaidhi’), §78

Dubchoill = Fid Dammaiche, (Onom. ‘d. choill’), §30

Dubhcaire, (Onom. ‘dubh caire’), §102

Dubhglenn = Glenn Salach, (Onom. ‘d. glenn’), §30

*Dún Cuirc, a bardic name for Bruree, in the barony of Connello Upper (Map), Co. Limerick (Tp. p. lxxvi (290), note 676) (Onom. ‘d. cuirc’), §14

Dún Dailche Finnlethet, (Onom. ‘d. dailche finnlethet’), §69

Ealla, (Aes Ealla), (Map — Aes Ealla), the barony of Duhallow (Map), Co. Cork (FM. vii p. 55) (Onom. ‘ealla’), §65

Eoraip, Europe (Onom. ‘eoraip’), §113

Ériu, Ireland (Onom. ‘ériu’), §§1, 5, 7, etc.

*Ess Mage, Caherass (Cathair Essa Maige) on the River Maigue, halfway between Adare and Croom, Co. Limerick (Mm. p. 486 (519), note 46) (Onom. ‘ess mage’, ‘c. essa’), §115

Fid Dammaiche, (Onom. ‘fid dammaiche’), §30

Fid in Uird, in Orbraidi (Onom. ‘f. in uird’), §68

i Finnibh, §3

Fir Maige (Feine) = Fir Féne, (Fir Maige Féne), now the baronies of Fermoy and Condons and Clangibbon (Map), Co. Cork (Tp. pp. lxiii-lxiv  (286-287), note 544) (Onom. ‘fir maige’, ‘f. maige feine’, ‘f. féne’), §§66, 67

Formáel, in Sliab Eiblinne (Onom. ‘formáel’), §§37, 121

Fódla, Ireland (Onom. ‘fódla’), §39

(An) Ghiusach, a great forest in central Munster (Onom. ‘giusach’), §§68, 115

Glenn mBebtach, a great wood in central Munster, (Onom. ‘g. mbebtach’), §115

*Glenn Bridhdi, near Carn Tighearna mic Deghaid; possibly the valley of the River Bride, in Co. Cork and Co. Waterford (Onom. ‘glenn bridhdi’), §68, 69, 70

Glenn Cusaigi Croilinnche, (Onom. ‘g. cusaigi croilinnche’), §69

*Glenn Righ Righe = Glenn Rige, the valley of the Newry River, Co. Down (FM. iii p. 40) (Onom. ‘g. rige’), §121

Glenn Salach, in Crích Formaeil na bhFian (Onom. ‘g. salach’), §30

*Glinn Bethbhe, in Corco Duibne; Glenbeigh, in the barony of Iveragh (Map), Co. Kerry (Onom. ‘glinn bethbhe’), §65

Gluair Fermuighi Féne, (Onom. ‘gluair fermuighi féne’), §69

*Imblech Ibair, Emly, a town and parish in the barony of Clanwilliam (Map), Co. Tipperary (Ls. v p. 113 (136)) (Onom. ‘i. ibair’), §36

Inad pupla Fiachach, at Sliab Fúait (Onom. ‘i. pupla fiachach’), §119

*Indeóin (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 na ndeisi’), §68

Inis Dairbrech = Dairbri, (Onom. ‘i. dairbrech’), §57

Laigin, Leinster (Onom. ‘laigin’), §§3, 20, 23

Leca Raidne, in Mag Raidne (Onom. ‘l. raidne’), §§119, 121

Lecc Failmir, (Onom. ‘l. failmir’), §69

Lecc Uidhir, (Onom. ‘l. uidhir’), §69

Leth Cuinn, (Map – Leath Cuinn), the Northern half of Ireland (Fia. p. 34 (47), note g) (Onom. ‘leth cuinn’), §§8, 54, 56, etc.

Leth Moga, (Map – Leath Mogha), the Southern half of Ireland (Mr. p. 124, note v) (Onom. ‘l. moga’), §§37, 104, 121

Liatruim = Temair, (Fy. p. 29, note c) (Onom. ‘liatruim’), §§24, 121

*Loch Gabhair, a lake (now dried up) and two townlands, Lagore Big, and Lagore Little, in the parish and barony of Ratoath (Map), Co. Meath (FM. i, p. 40, note u) (Onom. ‘l. gabhair’), §122

Long Clíach = Druim Damgaire, (Onom. ‘l. clíach’), §§40, 103

Mag Gabra, (Onom. ‘m. gabra’), §30

Mag Lethaird = Mag Tuaiscirt, (Onom. ‘m. lethaird’), §30

*Mag Mucruma, (Map – Magh Mucroimhe), the plain South-West of Athenry, Co. Galway (FM. i p. 108, note a) (Onom. ‘m. mucruma’), §§1, 7

*Mag Ratha = Mag Rath, Moira, Moira, a town and parish in the barony of Iveagh Lower, Upper Half, Iveagh Lower, Upper Half (Map), Co. Down (FM. i p. 253, note m) (Onom. ‘m. ratha’, ‘m. rath’), §28

*Mag Riadne = Mag Raigne = Mag Roigni = Mag Rogen, in Urmuma; 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. riadne’, ‘m. raigne’, ‘m. roigni’, ‘m. rogen’), §30, 121

*Mag Slecht, a plain containing Ballymagauran townland, barony of Tullyhaw (Map), Co. Cavan (FM. i p. 43, note a) (Onom. ‘m. slecht’), §31

Mag Tuaiscirt, (Onom. ‘m. tuaiscirt’), §30

Mag n-Uachtair = Mag Riadne, (Onom. ‘m. n-uachtair’), §§30, 119

*Máig, the River Maigue which flows by Bruree, Co. Limerick (FM. vi p. 2278, note i) (Onom. ‘máig’), §115

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’), §§36, 65, 73, 103

Medón Mairtine = Imblech Ibair, (Onom. ‘medón mairtine’), §§36, 37

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’), §27

Mucfhalac mhuc Daire Cerbe = Imblech Ibair, (Onom. ‘mucfhalach mhuc daire cerbe’), §36

Muma, Munster (Onom. ‘muma’), §§1, 7, 8, etc.

Múr Tea = Temair, (FM. i pp. 30-31, note h) (Onom. ‘múr tea’), §35

Muscrige Fhega = Muscrige Fhedha, (Onom. ‘m. fhega’, ‘m. fhedha’), §65

Orbraidi = Orbrige, (Orbraige), (Map — Orbraige), Orrery, part of the barony of Orrery and Kilmore (Map) in Co. Cork (Lct. p. 64, note t) (Onom. ‘orbraidi’, ‘orbrige’), §68

Órd, see Fid in Uird; a seat of the king of Caiseal in Munster (Lct. pp. 87-89) (Lct. p. 93, note a) (Onom. ‘órd’), §68

Raithin in Imairic, possibly Raheen, between Knocklong and Duntryleague, barony of Coshlea (Map), Co. Limerick (Onom. ‘raithin in imairic’), §§45, 84, 85, etc.

Riadne, see Mag Riadne, §121

*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’), §66

Ros Cnó, a great wood in central Munster (Onom. ‘r. cnó’), §115

Ruba Rátha Ronan, (Onom. ‘ruba rátha ronan’), §104

Seich na Sogh = Seith na Sogh, (Onom. ‘seith na sogh’), §104

Síd Buirrche, in Laigin (Onom. ‘s. buirrche’), §20

Síd Cairn Brecnatan, (Onom. ‘s. cairn brecnatan’), §§56, 106, 108

Síd Cleitigh, see Cleiteach (Onom. ‘s. cleitigh’), §§18, 21, 39, 44

Síd Locha Gabur, see Loch Gabhair (Onom. ‘s. locha gabur’), §122

*Sinand, the Shannon River (FM. i p. 355, A.D. 751) (Onom. ‘sinand’), §116

*Siúr, the River Suir (FM. i p. 37, note m) (Onom. ‘siúr’), §124

Sliab Cind Claire = Sliab Cláire = Claire (Onom. ‘s. cind claire’, ‘s. cláire’), §58

*Sliab Eiblinne, Slieve Felim Mountains in the North of Co. Limerick (ML. p. 24 (60), note k) (Onom. ‘s. eiblinne’), §30

*Sliab Fúait, Sliabh Fuaid, the highest mountain in the Fews, a mountain range near Newtownhamilton, in the barony of Fews Upper, Fews Upper(Map), in Co. Armagh (FM. i p. 26, note g) (Onom. ‘s. fúait’), §119

*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’), §63

Slige mór Midhuallaigh = Slige Midlúachra (?), (Map –  Slighe Miodhluachra), the road from Tara to Emain Macha (Navan Fort near Armagh) (Rc. xliv p. 175) (FM. i p. 104, note n) (Onom. ‘s. midlúachra’), §121

Sruthanma na Tuadcaille = Glenn Bridhdi, (Onom. ‘s. anma na tuadcaille’), §68

Sruth na nOithin (?), §68

Tailach Aedha, (Onom. ‘tailach aedha’), §69

Tech Forannáin Finn = Cenn Abrat (Onom. ‘t. forannáin finn’), §§65, 70

*Temair, Tara (Map – Teamhair), Co. Meath (FM. i pp. 30-31, note h) (Onom. ‘temair’), §§3, 4, 5, etc.

*(Tobar Cinn Móir), Tobar Cinn Mhóir, in the townland of Ballinvreena, parish of Ballingarry, barony of Coshlea (Map), Co. Limerick (Mm p. 272 (304)) (Ods. p. 714 (729)) (Onom. ‘t. cinn móir’), §73

*Tráig Lí, Tralee, barony of Trughanacmy (Map), Co. Kerry (Onom. ‘t. lí’), §39

Ui Buirigh, in Crích Fossaigh moir, on the border of Úi maic Caille and Ui Tassaig (Onom. ‘ui buirigh’), §68

Ui Conaill, (Uí Chonaill Gabra), baronies of Connello Upper and Connello Lower (Map), Co. Limerick (Tp. p. lxxv (289), note 664) (Onom. ‘ui conaill’), §68

Úi Maic Caille, (Uí Maic Caille) (Map — Uí Maic Caille) the barony of Imokilly (Map), Co. Cork (Tp. p. lxiv (278), note 551) (Onom. ‘úi maic caille’), §68

Ui Tassaig, adjoined Úi Maic Caille (Onom. ‘ui tassaig’), §68

Ulaid, Ulster (Onom. ‘ulaid’), §106

Urmuma, East Munster or Ormond extended from Gowran, barony of Gowran (Map), Co. Kilkenny to Cleachoill, near the town of Tipperary, barony of Clanwilliam (Map) and from Devilsbit Mountain, Co. Tipperary, to Bunmahon, barony of Decies-without-Drum (Map), Co. Waterford, (Fy. p. 73) (Onom. ‘urmuma’), §118

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