Annaduff

O’Donovan’s Name Books

(Annaduff) Parish

Compiled by John O’Donovan in 1835.  Re-arranged and re-typed by

FAS Project in Leitrim Genealogy Centre, Ballinamore in 1994.

Irish versions checked and standardized by Seán O Suilleabhain in 2007

Aghamore

ACHADH MÓR, Great field.

Aghamore hill

CNOCÁN ACHADH  MÓIR

Annaduff

EANACH DUBH, black marsh.

Antfield

MOTHAR NA SEANGAN  cluster or ruin of the emmets or pismires.

Aughintaish

ACHADH AN TEASA ,Field of the heat

Aughintubber

ACHADH AN TOBAIR, field of the spring well.

Aughry

ACHAIRE, a field.

Bog Lough

LOCH NA MÓNA, Lake of the Bog

Cankeel

CEANN CAOL, narrow head.

Carrick

CARRAIG a rock.

Carrigeen Fort

LIOS CARRAIGÍN  NA MACAOMH  Fort of the little Rock of the youths.

Clooncolry

CLUAIN CALRAIGHE, Meadow or lawn of the Calry (the name of a tribe).

Cloonfannon Lough

LOCH CHLUAIN FIONÁIN, lake of Finnan’s lawn or meadow.

Cloonturk Lough

LOCH CHLUAIN TUIRC, lake of the lawn of meadow of the hogs 

Coolcreeve

CUL CRAOBH, Back of the bushes.

Corduff

CORR DUBH, Black round hill.

Corlisheen

CORR LISIN, round hill of the small fort.

Cornagillagh

CORR NA G-COILEACH,  Round hill of the Cocks.

Cornagopple

CORR NA G-CAPALL, Round hill of the horses.

Corrascoffey Bridge

CORADH SCATHFAIDH,Scoffey’s weir.

Correish

CORR ÉIS, Esh’s round hill.

Crickeen

CNUICÍN, a little hill.

Cuilmore

COILL MHÓR,  great wood.

Curraghathaskin

CURRACH A’ TSEASCAIN, moor of the quagmire.

Curraghmartin

CURRACH MHÁIRTÍN, Martin’s moor.

Derreen

DOIRÍN, small Derry, or oak wood.

Derrybrack

DOIRE BREAC, speckled Derry or oak wood.

Derrycarne

DOIRE CAIRN, oak wood of the earn, of heap.

Derrygrasten wood

DOIRE GHREASTÁIN Graston’s oak wood.

Derrylaur

DOIRE LÁR, middle Derry or oak-wood.

Derryoughter

DOIRE UACHTAR, Upper Derry, or oak wood.

Derrywillow

DOIRE BHAILE, town of the oak-wood.

Doora

DUBH-RATH, black fort.

Drishoge

DRISEOG, land of brambles.

Dristernan

DRISTEARNAN, land of brambles.

Drumcoora

DROIM CUMHRA, sweet or odorous ridge.

Drumcree

DROIM CROÍ, Ridge of the heart.

Drumdarragh wood

COILL DHROIM DARRACH.

Drumgilra

DROIM GIOLLA RAITH, Gilra’s ridge.

Drumkeeran

DROIM CAORTHAIN, Ridge of the rowan trees, or mountain ash.

Drumlom

DROIM LOM, bare ridge.

Drumnacott

DROIM NA G-CAITE, Ridge of the Cots or small boats.

Dromod

DROIM FADA.  Long ridge.

Drumodbeg

DROMAD BEAG, little ridge.

Drumodmore

DROMAD MÓR, Great ridge.

Drumsna

DROIM SNÁMHA, Ridge of the swimming.

Drumsna Bridge

DROICHEADH DROIM SNÁMHA

Eel Weir Quay

Fargrim

FAR DRUIM. external ridge.

Faulties

FÁLTA, hedges, or enclosures.

Fearnaght

FEARNACHT, a place of Alder trees.

Fedaro

FIODH DORADHA, Dorey’s wood.

Finnalaghta

FIONN A’ LEACHTA, White land of the monument.

Foxboro

Plantation a little to the north of the middle the Townland.

Furnace or Bleenkillew

BLÉIN COILLE, hollow, groin, or creek of the wood.

Gortaggle

GORT A’ T-SEAGAIL, Field of the Rye.

Gortconnellan

GORT CHONALLAIN, Connellan’s field.

Gortinee

GOIRTÍN AODHA, High’s little field or garden.

Gortinty

GORT TINTE, Field of the fires.

Hackler’s  Hill

Headford

LIOS NA GCEANN, Fort of the heads.

Inichmurrin or Rabbit Island           

INIS-MURBHACH

Johnny’s point

POINTE SEÁN MAC ARTÁIN

Killyanagher Bridge

DROICHEADH CHOILL UÍ EANACHAIR.

Killyfad

COILL FADA, long wood.

Lavagh

LEAMHACH, elm-wood, or land abounding in elms.

Liscromaun Fort

LIOS CROMÁIN, Croman’s fort.

Lisduff

LIOS DUBH, Black fort.

Lislea

LIOS LIATH, Grey Fort.

Lismannagh

LIOS MANACH, Fort of the monks.

Lismoyle

LIOS MACH MHAOIL, MacMoyle’s fort.

 LAKES

Lough Boderg

LOCH BÓ DEIRG, lake of the red cow

Lough Bofin

LOCH BÓ FINE, Lake of the white cow.

Lough Gannon

Lough Nanoge

LOCH NA N-ÓG,, lake of the youths.   

Lough Scannel

LOCH SCANNÁIL, Lacus Scandalii, Scannell’s lake.

Lough Tap

LOCH TEAPA, Lake of the wooden shed.

Millpark

PAIRC AN MHUILLIN

Millpark Bridge

DROICHEADH  PHÁIRC A’ MHUILINN.

Moher

MOTHAR, a cluster or ruins of a house or habitation.

Moherrevan

MOTHAR RIABHÁIN, Revan’s cluster or ruins.

Mount Campbell or Drumdarragh

DRUIM DARACH, ridge of the oak.

Mount Shannon

Mucklaghan Glebe

MUCLACHÁN, a piggery.

Mucklaghan Lough

LOCH MUCKLAGHAN,  The Hog & Duck Lough

Mullagh

MULLACH, a summit.

Mullaun

MULLÁN, a small summit, or hill.

Otter Island

OILEÁN NA MADAIDH UISCE. Island of the water Bogs or otters.

Philip Large’s point

River Eslin

ABHAINN NA H-EISLINE, river of the disease.

River Shannon

SEAN ABHAINN, Old river.

Rookery, The

Sally Island

OILEÁN SAILEACH, Island of the Sallows.

Spaw Lake

LOCH A’ DAIMH, lake of the ox.

Taash

TAIS, soft, irriguous.

Taash Bridge

DROICHEADH A’ TAIS.

Ummera

IOMAIRE, a Ridge.

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