John McCullagh December 9, 2004
This is the 18 Arches just outside Newry

 
 
Goragh (-wood) of the goat
 
Keggal   An Cagall
 
cockle or tare’s land
 
Note that the cockle and the tare are both weeds of corn fields
 
Kilmonaghan         Monaghan’s wood
Kilrea                  coil a’Riogh, wood of the River Rye
Knockduff            Cnoc Dubh, the black hill
Lesh                   Leis, thigh-shaped land
Levalleymore        Leath-bhaile Mor, the greater half-townland
Lislea                  Lios Liath, the grey fort
Lisnagree             Lios na groi, fort of the brood/mares
Lissaraw              Lios a Rath, Mound of the fort
Meigh                  Maigh (Dysart), secluded plain
Maytown              Maigh d’Tamhain, plain of the herds
Mullaglass             mullach glas, the green summit
Serse                   baile na seisreach, town of the ploughland
 
(neither comprehensive nor concluded [see Latt, 5.6.04 and previous])

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