Kiltubrid Parish

O’Donovan’s Name Books

(Kiltubrid) Parish

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

FAS Project in Leitrim Genealogy Centre, Ballinamore in 1994.

Leagain Ghaeilge ceartaithe ag Seán Ó Suilleabhain  i 2008.

Annadale

Annagh

EANACH, A marsh, or morass.

Annaghkeenty

EANACH CAOINTE, Marsh of the lamentation.

Aughacashel

ACHADH CAISIL, Field of the Cashel, or stone fort.

Aughacashlaun

ACHADH A CHAISLEÁIN, Field of the Castle.

Aughaginny

ACHADH  GONA, Field of the opening.

Aughakilbrack

ACHADH  COILLE  BREACH,

ACHADH AILLE BREAC, Field of the mottled precipice.

Aughakilmore

ACHADH COILLE  MÓIRE, Field of the great wood.

Aughnahoo

ACHADH NA HUAMHA, Field of the Cave.

Aughrim

EACH-DHROIM, Horse-ridge.

Auhacushlaun River

Bellevue

Bunrevagh

BUN RIABHACH, great foot or base.

Carrick

CARRAIG, a rock.

Carrickaport

CARRAIG A PHOIRT, Rock of the bank.

Castle Island

Clonney

CLUANAIDH, a lawn, or meadow.

Corderry Moreton

CORR DOIRE MORTON, old Derry or oak wood.

Corderry Peyton

CORR DOIRE PEATÁIN, Peyton’s odd Derry or oak wood.

Corglass

CORR GLAS, from Green Cor, or round hill.

Cornaleck

CORR NA LEICE, Round hill of the flag.

Crummy

CROMAIDH, Stopping or inclining.

Curraghs

CURRACHA, Moors.

Currasmaghooil

CORR A SMEACHUIL, (meaning uncertain).

Derreen Johnstone

DOIRÍN, diminutive of Derry or oak wood.

Derreen Lloyd

Derreen Southwell

DOIRÍN, Little Derry of oak-wood.

Dooloughan Lough

DUBH-LOCHÁN, Black pool.

Driny

DRAIGHNIGH, black thorns.

Drumad Moran

DRUMAD, i.e. DROIM FHADA, Moran’s long ridge.

Drumadykey

DRUMAD A CHÉIDH, Ridge of the quay.

Drumaleague

DROIM A LIAGH, Ridge of the stone.

Drumany

DROIM EANAIGH, Ridge of the marsh.

Drumaragh

DROIM ÁRTHAIGH, Boat ridge.

Drumaweel Glebe

DROIM A MHAOIL, Flat ridge or ridge of the Bald Cow.

Drumbranned

DROIM BRAINEID, Brannett’s ridge.

Drumbullog

DROIM BOLG, Ridge of the sacks.

Drumcong

DROIM CONGA, Ridge of the Cong, or narrow neck.

Drumcromaun

DROIM CHROMÁIN, Croman’s ridge.

Drumgad

DROIM GAD, Ridge of the gads or withes.

Drumhubbrid

DROIM THIOBRAID, Ridge of the well.

Drumineigh Glebe

DROMIM AN EICH, Ridge of the horse.

Drumingna

DROIM INGNE, Ridge of talons.

Drumkeelan

DROIM CAILLIN, Keelan’s Ridge.

Drumparsons

DROIM PARSONS, Parson’s ridge.

Drumruckill

DROIM RUBH-COILL, Ridge of the wood of the rue.

Edenavow

ÉADAN A BHOGHA, Brow of the bow.

Edenmore

ÉADAN MÓR, great brow.

Fionn McCooll’s Monument

Funshinagh

FUINSEANACH, Ash trees.

Garvagh

GARBHACH, Roughfield or Coarsefield.

Gortnagullion

GORT NA GCUILINN, Field of the hollies..

Gortnawaun

GORT NA BHFÁN, Field of the slopes.

Gowly

GABHLAIDH, Forked forks.

Jail Island

OILEÁN A’PHRÍOSÚIN, Island of the prison.

Keshcarrigan

CEIS A CHARRAIGIN, Kesh of the little Rock.

Kilclare Beg

COILL A’ CHLAIR, wood of the plain.

Kiltubrid

CILL TIOBRAID, Church of the Well.

Kiltynashinnagh

COILLTE NA SIONACH, woods of the foxes.

Laheen Corrick

LEATH-CHAOIN, beautiful half of Carrick, there are many other Lah-cheens in the County.

Leitra

LIATHRACH, Grey lands.

Leitrim

LIATH DROIM, Grey ridge.

Letterfine

LEITIR FIAIN, Wild hill side.

Liscarbin

LIOS CHEARBHÁN, Kerban’s fort.

Lisdrumacrone

LIOS DRUMA CROINE, Fort of the ridge of the dun Cow.

Lough Conway

LOCH CHONBHUÍ, Conway’s lake.

Lough Scur

LOCH SCUIR, Lake of the cessation.

Moher Gregg

MOTHAR, A cluster.

Moherrevogagh

MOTHAR RÉABHÓGACH, Ruin or cluster of the tit-larks.

Mullaghaneigh

MULLACH AN EICH, Hill-top of the horse.

Mullaghboy

MULLACH BUÍ, Yellow summit.

Mullaghgarve

MULLACH GARBH, Rough summit.

Mullaghycullen

MULLACH UÍ CHUILLEÁIN. i.e. O’Cullen’s summit, from a Munster family who settled here.

Mullaun Glebe

MULLÁN, a small summit.

Oscurs Grave

ACHADH SCUIR, field of Osgar - the name of the field in which the Cromleck is.

Oscurs Grave is not the name.

Potty Coghlin

POLL TÍ CHOCHLÁIN

Prughlish

PROCHLAIS, a cave

Rantoge Glebe

RANTÓG, a small division.

Roscunnish

ROS CONAIS, (See Kiltoghert Ph.)

Rosscarbin

ROS CHEARBÁIN, Cearban’s wood or point.

Rossy

ROSAID, woods or points.

Rusheen Island.

ROISÍN, a small wood or underwood.

Scardaun

SCARDAN, a small cataract.

Scrabbagh

SCREABACH, striped, or furrowed.

Seltan McDonald

SAILTEAN, a place where sallows grow.

Seltan Moran

SAILTEAN MORÁIN, Moran’s sallows.

Shanraw

SEAN-RÁTH, old rath or fort.

Sheebeg

SÍ BEAG, small hill.

Toomans

TUAMAÍ, Mounds or graves.

Whiskey Island

Whiskey Island

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