Cloonlogher Parish

O’Donovan’s Name Books

(Cloonlogher) 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 standardised by Seán O Suilleabháin in 2009

Benbo

BINN NA mBÓ, peaks of the cows.

Boggaun

BOGAN, soft land; a bog.

Buckhill Barr

BARR CNOC - BUCOIDE, Top of the Buck’s hill.

Cloonaquin

CLUNA CUIN, Conn’s lawns or meadows.

Cloonlogher

CLUAIN LUACHRA, lawn or meadow of the rushes.

Dromahair

DROIM DÁ ETHIAR, Ridge of the two demons.

Dromshanlish

DROIM SEAN CLAIS, Ridge of the old trench.

Gortenakeeran

GOIRTIN A CHAORTHAINN, little fields of the rowan trees.

Gortgarrigan

GORT GEARAGÁIN, Garagan’s field or close.

Gurteenhall, Barr of

Larkfield

CEATHRAMH CAIREAD, quarter of the carrots.

Larkfield Lough

Lisgorman

LIOS GORMÁIN, Gorman’s fort.

Lough Cloonaquin

Morgan Lough

Mullaghdoo

MULLACH DUBH, Black summit.

Pullboy

POLL BUÍ, yellow hole.

Scardan

SCARDAN, a small cataract.

Scregganard

SCREAG AN AIRD, Rock of the height or hill.

Srabrick

SRATH BHRIC, holm of the trout.

Tonacheaghta

TOIN A CHEACHTA, Bottom of the plough.

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