Onomasticon Goedelicum

locorum et tribuum Hiberniae et Scotiae

An index, with identifications, to the Gaelic names of places and tribes

Edmund Hogan, SJ

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Onomasticon Goedelicum


Eigg Island in Scotland; ¶  mac mic Domnaill na hAlpan, i. Aengus, i. nech dá ngairthi an tigerna Aacc, Au. iii. 350; ¶  an tighearna Aig, Au. iii, 456; ¶  al. Aego, Eago, Ego, Egha, q.v.; ¶  at the close of the 16th century 200 Macdonalds were smoked to death in a cave in Eigg by the Macleod (Chambers's Concise Gazetteer). In Ui. "an tigerna Aacc" is equated with "Lord Hay?" In Loch Cé ii. 187 MacDomnaill in tigerna ócc is rendered "the young Lord," the Lord of Eigg (Aac) is what was meant.
g. Abae: "stagno Abae fluminis Ad. 60; ¶ " the brawling river Awe carries off the waters of Loch Awe (stagnum Abae) to Loch Etive at Bun-awe, all in Argyle (Chambers's Concise Gazetteer, v. Awe); ¶  Holder equates it wth (Loch) affy al. (Loch) avich; ¶  I prefer Awe = abh g. abha.
Lia hibien i tírib hAb, Lis 90 b.
the r. Ow in b. Ballinacor S., c. Wicklow, it flows by Ballymanus.
co Commor mana 7 abha, nr. Domnach mór mac Laithbe (in Mugdorna Breg), Fm. ii. 1094; ¶  seems near Slane in Meath; ¶  O'D. prints Commor-mana 7 abha; ¶  Mana and Abha seem genitives of streamlets, meeting at Commor, i. combur, comar, i.e., confluence.
gs; ¶  Buadgalach Abach in Ulster, Ll. 94; ¶  or B. abach, B. the dwarf.
abhann aimhréidh
Owenavrea which flows into Blacksod Bay, Mayo.
abhann airgne
Arigna r. between b. Tirerrill, c. Sligo, and b. of Drumahaire, c. Leitrim, Fy. 477.
abann alla
bounds Glenn Ómra in c. Cork, Obr.
a. alla grec
now Aille r. in E. of p. Aghagower in the territory of Umhall, Fy. 477. a. an bhiorra dhuibh, Ry. 110.
a. an scátha
Owenskaw, a small r. 4 mls. SE. of Newcastle, Limerick.
a. ara
1º. r. in b. Clanwilliam, Tipperary; ¶  flows by town of Tipperary and enters r. Aharlagh nr. Ballydavid; ¶  2º. r. in p. Monagay, c. Limerick, falling into the Deel, Ods. 575.
a. átha dara
r. Maigue, Limk., Fm. vi. 2116.
a. bheg
r. Awbeg in b. Fermoy, Cork; ¶  r. Ouveg in Kerry and King's Co.; ¶  r. Owbeg in c. Waterford; ¶  Ouveg a trib. of the Shannon.
a. bhrec
in Inverness, (Loch and Glenn) abha brice = (Loch and Glen) Affric, Jo.
a. buidhe
r. Awboy in b. West Muskerry, Cork.
a. buidhe
r. Awinbwy in b. Kinalea, Cork.
a. buidhe
r. Owenboy, c. Mayo.
a. bhuidhe
r. Owenwee flows at base of Slieve League, c. Donegal.
a. cailicín
stream flowing through tl. Kilmoon, c. Clare, dividing Sliabh Eilbhe from Blake's mt., Ods. 701.
a. cairge na mbróinte
"river of the grinding stones," flows into r. Funshion, N. of Marshalstown, near Fermoy, O'Longan's Topography of Fermoy, R.I.A.
a. chara
an old boundary of Meath, K. 121 b, between Birr and the Shannon (?).
a. carad
in Munster, Fer. 196; ¶  al. a. chara (?).
a. chille criadh
r. flowing beside Headford (?), Ry. 200; ¶  seems in Munster; ¶  r. Cell Criadh.
a. cille icnichaidh
Aedh, son of Diarmaidh O Mochain, was slain at a. Cille Icnichaid, A.D. 1471, Con. 63 b.; ¶  the O Mochains were in d. Elphin, and in b. Boyle. a. chinnmara, in Desmond; ¶  the castle of Dun Ciaráin on the brink of the Abhainn Chinnmara, Ai, 53 a.; ¶  Kenmare r. nr. Dunkerron b.
a. cláire
now Clady River in c. Down, Ra. 4. a. chluainlis (Becc mac Conla of), i.e., the King of Tethba, Con. 22 b.
a. cholpthai
a river near Dún Cholpthai i Cualgniu, Ll. 110 b.
a. chúile finne
falls into Killary Bay, Wc. 120.
a. dá chích
Ry. 202.
a. dá loch
Gleann Eanaigh idir dá Shliab as é is ailne adchonaire riamh, Abhonn da loch ara lár, is an lán, do'n leath a n-iar; ¶  Gleann Eanaigh no Gleann Ruis Eanaigh, .i. Glenn dá lor, Hx. 945. a. dá loilgeach (loilgech): divides the fertile from the barren land of Slieve Aughty, on the borders of Galway and Clare, Stokes in Bd. 23; ¶  now Owendalulagh, c. Galway, S. of Loughrea, flows into Loch Cutra nr. Gort, Fm. vi. 2054, Ods. 614.
a. dáluadh
trib. of r. Allo, which it joins near Kanturk, Ry. 128, 200.
a. dea
a. Dee; ¶  i crích Cualann, I. 147 b 2, Ll. 159. Bd. 8, the Avonmore, formed at Glenn Dea al. Glenn dalocha, falling into the sea at Arklow; ¶  v. Inber De and Glenn Dea.
a. desi
at Ráith na Sciath, nr. Tracht Rudraide in Ulster, Lis. 222 b; ¶  a. Deissi, in Ulaid, in it Goll Gulban and Cas Cuailgne were drowned, Sas. 3429; ¶  seems not far from Benn Boirche.
a. dhubh
Fluvius niger, Ct. 173; ¶  Blackwater.
a. dubaicen
in Connacht, in Corra an Gabair, in Branan's country, Con. 59 a.
a. dúine
Abbain Dun, Abingdonium, B. lix.
a. ella
r. Allo in NW. Cork, enters the Blackwater 10 miles below Kanturk, Tp.; ¶  the d. of Emly extended from Cluain Caoin to Abhainn mhór, and from Cnamhchoill at Tobrad aronn to Abhainn Ealla, K. 174 a.
a. easa
r. Owenass, flows by Mountmellick, Queen's Co.
a. eiblinne
the river Islin in Cork, ML. 32, the r. Riomha, now the Sowagh, is its tributary, ibid.
a. fhada
the r. Add in Argyllshire, Sk. Celtic Scotland, i. 206.
a. féile
the r. of Fíal, now the Feale, flows from Corrane Loch, Co. Kerry, into estuary of the Shannon.
a. fhuar
Owenure, about 1 m. S. of Elphin, Roscommon.
a. fuathaidh
al. a. Roibhe, q.v.
a. gabhla
flows into Birterbuy Bay in or nr. p. Moyros, Co. Galway, Wc. 102.
a. gaind
Darius beaten there, Bb. 271 a; ¶  the Ganges (?).
a. glinne
Owanglin r. flows under the bridge of Clifden from the mountains of Benna Beola into Ardberra haven, Wc. 112.
a. ghorm
Awin Gorm, in b. Leiney, c. Sligo.
a. gormáin
? Owengorman r. in b. Gorey, Mm. 490.
a. ifrinn
stream in Mag Adair in p. of Cloney, b. of Upper Tulla, c. Clare.
a. in áir
Ownanare r., joins the Dalua r. one m. from Kanturk, c. Cork. a. induar, al. Abha na mallachtan, q.v., Fy. 150. a. insi na subh, hi Sliabh Fuaid; ¶  now Inishnasoo, nr. Newtown-Hamilton, c. Armagh, Fm. ii. 1130.
a. iubhair
Awin Ure r. in b. Roscommon, c. Roscommon.
a. life
ob fil i coiccrich coiccid Gailián 7 na Mide, Ar. 24; ¶  between Leinster and Meath, ar bord Abann Liffe; ¶  Abond Lifi between Ui Néill and Láigin, Bb. 13 b. Au. iii. 310, i. 338; ¶  was the Liffey ever the boundary between Meath and Leinster? abhann Life, Fm. vi. 1920.
a. lorcaighe
where King Diarmaid, son of Fergus, drowned his son Breasal for depriving the old woman of Cell Ealchruide of her only cow, K. 159 b; ¶  v. a. Lorgaid.
a. lorgaid
Linn in Bresail ar abhaind Lorgaid at Cenannus, Ll. 358.
a. lubair
r. in b. Roscommon; ¶  A. Iubhair (?).
a. maige uatha
r. in Mag Itha, Lc. i. 54.
a. maileruba
in Ross-shire, now Amhan Marea; ¶  Mailruba was an Irish saint of the 7th cent.
a. mhór
the Blackwater, rises in E. slope of Bennbrack, c. Cavan, and flows into Garadice Loch, c. Leitrim, Ar. 128.
a. móir, asf.
Ar. 162; ¶  "The Great or Black Water in Tirone" (Sidney's Memoir of his Govenrment). The d. of Armagh, defined in the Synod of Ráith Breasail, extended from Sliabh Breagh to Cúaile Ciannachta, and from Bior to Abhainn mhór, K. 174 a; ¶  it now includes Louth; ¶  almost all Armagh, great part of Tyrone, parts of Derry and Meath; ¶  ó Abhuind Mhór astech, i.e., from the Blackwater NW. through Tyrone, Au. iii. 474; ¶  al. Daball in the very middle of (ancient) Tír Eoghain, Fm. vi. 1968; ¶  Fluvius Magnus (au mhór) dicitur Ibernis, sed Anglis Aqua Nigra, O'S. III.ii. 13; ¶  rises in the mountains of Clogher, divides cc. Tyrone and Armagh for many miles, Fm. iv. 1126; ¶  Silán Átha na cell for brú Abai móire, Lb. 21.
a mhór
the Blackwater in Munster, Obr., Fm. an. 1578, 1582, 1597; ¶  Avonmore r. al. the Blackwater, its mouth at Youghal, c. Cork, Fia. 216; ¶  g. Abhann Móire, Ry. 68. a. mór, river bounding Tricha Cairbri, now b. Carbury, Sligo, the Avonmore al. Owenmore between b. Leyney and b. Corran, c. Sligo, Fen. 396; ¶  flows into Ballysadare Bay, Fy. 477; ¶  on it is Caislén cúile Maoile E. of Sliabh Gamh and W. of Sliabh dá én, Fm. vi. 2016.
a. mór
Ballinahinch r., flowing into Blackford or Bertirbuy haven, c. Galway, Wc. 104; ¶  in c. Galway, B. lxii. 341.
a. mhór
its mouth is at Arklow, c. Wicklow, At. i. 380; ¶  v. inber Dea, glenn Dea.
a. mór
Gabh Niall géill Alban 7 Saxan 7 Breatan 7 Longport ar Brú Abonn Móire, Sto. 25 a 1; ¶  Blackwater in Armagh (?).
a. na haille
r. Ally, called from the townland, 2 m. W. of Spiddle; ¶  divides Gnó beg from Gnó mór, Wc. 62; ¶  Sir H. Sydney calls the district Oyle, Wc. 383.
a. na buraighe
the r. Burach in p. Skreen, c. Sligo.
a. na gcaerach
Ounageeragh, trib. of the Funcheon, Cork.
a. na caithne
Owenacahina, flows from Barley Lake to Glengarriff.
a. na carcrach
E. of Tuath Muighe finne in the Triacha of Caoille in Musnter, Lis. 183 a.
a. na gcolúr
Owennagloor a. r. joining the Finow near Millstreet in Cork.
a. na corra
St. B. 747, in Cork, seemingly in Barrymore.
a. na darach
Daar r., c. Limerick.
a. na ndéiseach
Morning-star r., c. Limerick, Ods. 617.
a. na hechraide
in Munster, in Ui Chonaill Gabra, Sil. 36; ¶  the Dartraige of Céite Ua Cairpri were banished from it to the West.
a. na heidhnighe
Tig. Rc. xviii, 158, a stream falling into L. Rí on the west. Toirdelbach O'Conchobair dug a channel through Turloch Desceirt in Muighe and Turloch Aeda to bring the Suck into A. na hEidhnighe, Rc. ibid, Hb. 107; ¶  Ruaidhre óg O'Ceallaigh attacked the O'Conors, but was slain by them at A. na hEidhnighe A.D. 1425, Con. 55 b.
a. na heogancha
in or near Dartraighe Conindsi, Au. iii. 460; ¶  Abha na hEoghanacha, Fm. v. 1266; ¶  r. Eoganach; ¶  rises in Loch Tackir, in p. of Aghanamullen and flows into r. Erne, Fm. iv. 998.
a. na féine
r. Owennafeana in Kerry.
a. na foraise
a. na foraoise; ¶  r. in c. Roscommon, Owenaforeeshy, nr. Ballinagar.
a. na mallacht
Owennamallaght, flows into Tralee Bay, nr. Castlegregory.
a. na mallachtan
on the confines of the Taisicheacht of the Hui Uata and the Hui Chind in Ceara, in Connacht, Lec. 167; ¶  in Cera c. Mayo, S. boundary of Partry, and limit of lordship of Ui hUada, &c.; ¶ , Fy. 150, 477; ¶  from Bunreamhar to A. na Mallachtan, and from Máitheog to Callainn, was the Chieftaincy of the Hui Uada and the Hui Chindchnamha, Fir. 271; ¶  al. Abhann induar, Fy. 151; ¶  natives say it flowed into Loch Mask, Fy. 152; ¶  v. Áth na mallachtan.
a. na manach
Nuada marched into Findmag nGabra and over the r. a. na Manach, X. 367 a; ¶  v. Findmag nGabra.
a. na róistighe
the Delvin r. is so called, as, and where it passes through "the Roche," or the valley of the Naule; ¶  an ail = La Roche.
a. na sead
Owennashad, a r. joining the Blackwater at Lismore.
a. na sub
the r. Succa, or Suck, in Connacht, Lec. 157; ¶  .i. a. na sugh (?).
a. na sugh
Dun Arcon ar Abhainn na Sugh, in Connacht; ¶  this was the Dún of Uada, son of Dathlaoich, Fir. 238; ¶  al. A. na sub (?).
a. O ...
v. Abha Ua ...
a. réidh
r. Aray at Inverary in Scotl., Jo.
a. righe
one of the boundaries of Meath as arranged by Tuathal Techtmar, K. 121 b; ¶  v. Rige.
a. rodhba
r. Robe in Mayo, Fm. vi. 2000.
a. roibhe ar Roimhe
al. Fuathaidh, flows through Oughterard, Wc. 53.
a. senglenda
in Cinel Conaill, Bco. 4 a; ¶  in Glenn Coluim Cille.
a. seritis
r. in a deep glen, near Alba Longa, having a fidnemedh coisegartha about it, and sacred to Silvanus (Ro).
a. siumha
Bél Atha ar Abhainn Siumha ag Carranbhuidh, S. of Mangarrtha, Hx. 679.
a. sléibhe
the Owenslieve r. flowing through the parish of Clondagad, ar Clondegad in b. of Islands, c. Clare; ¶  Pgi.
a. tarchain, Bd. 32
seems to be a trib. of the Shannon, not far from Lind Moná Féile in Brí Ele.
a. tairglinn
in Sliabh an iarainn, Ai. 20 a.
a. targhlan
Ry. 200; ¶  i. a. tairglinn (?).
a. tíre
the king's people built a castle at Cluain Eois beside Loch Eirne, and plundered the country from it as far as A. Tíre, Ai. 52 b.
a. tuaidhe
Owentuee r. in p. Moyrus, c. Galway, Wc. 107.
a. ua mbriúin
the d. of Cong, as defined by the Synod of Raith Breasail, extended from Abhainn O mBriúin northwards to Nemhthainn, and from Áth an Termainn westwards to Cell Aladh, K. 174 a.
a. hua cathbhath
dar Find-sruth ris a n-apar a. hUa Cathbhath im Machaire Mór na Muman, Ll. 263 b (al. L. Glendalocha, fol. 105, Ods. 582); ¶  Abha Ua gCathbadha, the r. of Nenagh, c. Tipperary, 35 miles long, Tp.; ¶  Ods. 561, 582.
a. ó gcearnaigh
the r. Ogarney or Owenogarney in Clann Choilein, Fm. v. 1600; ¶  it rises near Broadford in Glenomra, enters the Shannon at Bunratty c. Clare, ibid.
a. ua fiachrach
from Oesdara South to Abhaind Ua Fiachrach in Connacht, Con. 4 a.
a. uí néill
r. in p. Kilseely, b. Lower Tulla, c. Clare, Ods. 561.
abha uar
a. fhuar; ¶  al. Glaise uar, flows S. of Elphin, in b. and c. Rosc. Im. 82.
aball ailinne
at Ailenn in Leinster, Lbl. 416; ¶  A. Ailinne the lofty "ibar baile" of a small territory, Bb. 193 a.
abhall bán
Avalbane, in p. Clontibret, Monaghan.
aball cethernaig
abhaill Chethearnaigh, dsf. Fm. ii. 1044; ¶  apple-tree of C., Avall Keherny nr. Uisnech, c. Westmeath, Ac. 194; ¶  O'D.
Oulart in b. Ballaghkeen, Wexford. aballgort duibh mic deagad; ¶  S. of Ath Cuitech; ¶  an Sliabh adciu alla neas ar nach tallad comaitheas caill abla fa buidnibh fear, Aballgort Duibh mic Deagad, I. 169 b. 2.
aballgort iglassáin
in t-A., land of Monasternenagh, Limerick, Sw. an. 1200.
abhallgort liath
Oulartleigh in b. Ballaghkeen, c. Wexford, Lct. 208.
aball pátraic
a field in Cengoba, q.v. in which St. Patrick planted an apple-tree; ¶  al. Achad inna Elta, in the E. of Armagh, H. 232.
abann, abhann
v. Aba, Ab.
abar an chrainn
Aberachrinn r. in p. Innishkeel, c. Donegal.
abar brothóg
? Aberbrothock, Arbroath, Scot., Sk. ii. 393.
abar crosan
Applecross, Scot.: also Apor Crosan Sk. ii. 169.
abar dhain
g. Abairdhain; ¶  Aberdeen, in Scot. (MacBean, Gael. Conversation).
abar dóbhair
Aberdour, Banff. Scot., Sk. ii. 134. abber deon (now Aberdeen); ¶  D. fo. 40, Bd. fo. 39 a.
Aberdeen, Md. 336; ¶  it is the adj. Abardonensis of B. lviii. 1035.
abar na cornac
Abercorn, Scotl., Sk. i. 218, Abercurnig (Gildas).
abar na dtúirne
Abernadoorny, in p. Killymard, b. Banagh, Donegal, Wd.
Abascia; ¶  righi dímhor iside, co secht righaibh fuirre, in Asia, Lis. fo. 89 b, 131 b.
abath avena
the vii Genera Gailinga Corainn in Regionibus Abath Avena, Ha. 761.
D. fo. 3; ¶  now Aberdour, Bd. fo. 39 a.
Inis Bretan a ndiar eatorro 7 Eire, I. 91 b 2; ¶  v. Abonia. abdhaine, al. apthaine, Appin, in Argyle, Sk. ii. 409, Jo. 12; ¶  also Abden (Kinghorn, Scotl.) Jo.
one of the 12 tribes of Ismail in Nabathena, Lec. 71. abhéis imechtrach nemhfarcnedach; ¶  from the Colomna hErcoil Brath mac Deatha went to the Gaeth called Coir, the A. i. n. and to Espain, Lec. 57.
in Europe, one of the Colomna Ercoil, Ll. 223.
aber brothoc
Arbroath in Forfarshire, Cps. 127. aber buthenot; ¶  an. 1202; ¶  Arbuthnot in Scot., Jo.
aber ciardobhair
Aberkerdoer in 1212; ¶  Aberchirder in Banf, Jo. aber crossain; ¶  Applecross in Ross-shire, Max.
aber curnaig
Aebber Curnaig; ¶  Abercorn in Linlithgow; ¶  Cps. 427; ¶  al. Abr Curnach, Adr. 202.
aber dailgin
Abirdalgyn in 1150; ¶  Aberdalgie in Perth, Jo. 4. aber dene; ¶  Aberdeen, Cps. 214, 427. aber dobair, al. Aberdovar; ¶  Aberdour in Fife and Aberdeen, Jo. aberdonia; ¶  Aberdonia in Hibernia S. Beani Ep., War. 379 (in Scotia?).
aber gellaighe
? Abbergeldie in Braemar, nr. it is Invergellie, Jo.
aber lemhnach
Aberlevenach in 1250; ¶  Aberlemno in Forfar, Scotl. Jo.
aber melc
so in 1116; ¶  in Dumfries at the r. Milk, Jo.
aber phuill
Aberfoyle in S. of Perthshire, Jo. aberte, gs., Dunaverty Castle, Cantyre, Au. i. 160; ¶  v. Dún Abherte; ¶  "obsessio Aberte," Dunaverty on Dunaverty Bay in SE. Cantyre, Adr. 380.
Cps. 201, an. 1280; ¶  Abernethy in Perthshire, al. Apuirnige, Apurnethige, Cps. 427.
abla, gs.
the Feni slew at the battle of Abla, Ablach Lugach and Ler ... Ll. 204.
ablae, gs.
Féile Colmain Epscuip Ablae V. Id. Sept., Ll. 362; ¶  Colman Eps. Abhlae, Mt. 34.
Owley nr. Ballyhaise, c. Cavan; ¶  Owley nr. Saintfield, c. Down.
cet ainm Innse Bretan, da chet míle a lethed 7 ocht primchathracha fichet inte, Z. 175 a; ¶  recte Albion.
Ounagh, in SLigo; ¶  Onagh, in Wicklow.
al. Manand; ¶  an iar (ó Inis Breatan) eatarru 7 Eire, Ha. 806.
abor cresan
F. 75, i.e., Apor Crosan, q.v.
the part of "Cannan," where were situated the twelve tribes of the Hebrews, Bb. 5 a. absdanaig, abstanaig, np.; ¶  in the W. of Ireland, in Luachair Chairbraidhe, Fir. 55; ¶  the Abstanaidh for Iarthar Eirend, I. 176 b 2; ¶  Tuathal Techtmar fought two battles in Corco Laide, wherein fell Mochta Manannach dona Abstanachaibh, Lec. 591.
Irish name of the lands of the Abbey of Old Melrose, D. cl; ¶  Appin (?).
the birds of "Abuaidi" in the islands of E. Africa, Lis. 92 a.
Sk. Pictish Chron. 6, Abernethy.
Abaireadhain; ¶  Aberdeen, Scotl.
acada dairid
one of three dúine given to Cuach, daughter of Caelbadh in Gobhair, Bb. 121 a.
ns.; ¶  al. Achall, q.v., i.e., Scrín Coluim Cille, N. of Tara, Bb. 89 b; ¶  v. Achall, Achell; ¶  Acaill, dsf. tulach hi fil Scrín coluim-cille, Lu. 416; ¶  Acaill .i. Scrín Coluim Cille, Ha. 720; ¶  Cormac mac Airt lived in Acaill, i.e., a Tulach where Sgrín Cholaim Cille now is, Lu. 41 b, 50 b; ¶  Feidlim, wife of Cairpri Niafer, and máthar Aicli ingine Cairpri, from whom is called "Acaill for fhaca Temair," Lec. 387; ¶  Acaill, nr. Tara, where Cormac Mac Art spent some time, after ceasing to be Ard-Rí, K. 148 b; ¶  nr. Tara, Of. 303, Lbl. 405; ¶  v. Achall.
opposite to Aran of Enda, Beo. 23; ¶  al. Eccuill; ¶  as. Fm. iii. 276, q.v. omitted in Mi.; ¶  Eccuill, as. Lc. i. 324, Achill Island.
accaill brég
as.; ¶  nr. Slige Breg, Rr. 32; ¶  I take this place to be the highest point of Sliab Breg, now Slieve Bree, 7 miles N. of Ross na Rig; ¶  Conchobar could not have reached Accall, nr. Tara, i.e., the Hill of Screen, as he had not crossed the Boyne, Rr. p. 40, 35.
acaill dinbruigh
Sláine rí Fher mBolg, is leis ro slechtadh A. Dinbruigh, 7 athbath a nDumha Sláine, Sa. 82, b. 1.
acaill telchond
i.e.; ¶  Acaill, for aca Teamair, Lec. 400.
acaill temrach
nr. Tara, Of. 273.
Ailither Esp. Achaid; ¶  feast on ii. Kal. Oct., Ll. 363. achadh; ¶  Garbán abb Achaidh, Md. 86; ¶  Garbhán ab Achaidh Abhall, Md. 86; ¶  v. Achad Abhall, Achad Garbáin, and Cell Garbáin which is near it, Lec. 91.
Cillán Achaidh in Leth Cathail on the verge of Tráigh Dúine Droma, Fir. 750; ¶  Cillán Achaid il-Leith Cathail on brink of Tráigh Droma, Lec. 106; ¶  Cillán Achaid i Leith Chathail, Bb. 121 a; ¶  v. Achad Cael.
Colmán Episcopus of Cluain Cáin in Achud, A. 17 aa. I think this is Achad Cáin Conaire i Luignib Connacht, Md. 214; ¶  al. Achad Cáin, Fel. 130, O'Dav. 66; ¶  Colum Achaid and Colmaeth Achaid are all of Achonry, a p. nr. Ballymote, and a diocese; ¶  the Féile of Colman in Achud on xviii, Kal. Sept., Ll. 361.
Colum Achaid, Bb. 124 a, Lec. 115; ¶  seems = Achad hÍ, q.v.
Mt. 16, al. Achad Gobra of Fg. 40, Md. 54, q.v.
in Magh Sennar; ¶  a city founded by Nebroth, son of Cus., Lu. 1, Bb. 26.
S. Cairell Achaid, Bb. 12 ba, Lec. 119, Ll. 369.
St. John's Well, near Kilkenny, N. 197.
in dry. Fotherd, c. Carlow, Tax.; ¶  now Agha, .i. Achadh-arghlais, Achad Urghlais, q.v.; ¶  in b. Idrone, c. Carlow.
dp., Gc. 54; ¶  i. Achad Aible in Bb. 112 a, A. Ailbe, in Fir, and Gc. 55; ¶  boundary of O Dungaile's land in Corca Laidhe.
a. abair
an. 1216 in d. Tuam, Tr. 2; ¶  Patrick left his tooth with Esp. Seanach, of a. Abhair, Bb. 119 b; ¶  A. Abair Umaill alias Aenach derg in Connacht, Sas. 7763; ¶  i. Ached fobuir; ¶  it is in "the Owles," which are on the N. and S. of Clew Bay.
a. aball
al. Achad Abla; ¶  aball gp., abla gsf. of aball, an apple-tree; ¶  now Aghold, place and p. in d. Leighlin, b. Shilelagh, c. Wicklow; ¶  written also Aghowle; ¶  5 or 6 miles south of Cluainmór al. Clonmore. Fiacc 7 Fiachrai Omne .i. cell bec fil itir Cluain Mór Maedoc ocus Achad n-Aball, F. 156; ¶  Achad Abla, in Leinster, not far from Ui Barche, Cs. 156; ¶  church in Leinster, Ct. 185 n 37; ¶  St. Finian's Monastery in Leinster, C. 196, 394; ¶  B. lxi., 121; ¶  Mithigen Ab. Achaid Aball, Lec. 208, M. ab. Achaid abla, Bb. 78 b; ¶  Fm. ii. 791 "Corppmac Ua Mititteain abb Achaid Abhlae," O'Don. adds, "anciently called Crosailech, and founded by St. Finnian of Clonard, never identified before by our modern antiquaries; ¶ " from Achad Abla Finnian went ad regionem Barche, Cs. 196; ¶  Mithighen of the Hui Cosgraidh of Benntraighe, Ab. of a. Abhla, Ll. 391; ¶  Ua Céle airchinneach Telcha Foirtcheirn 7 Achaid Abhall .i. of Tullow and Aghowle (not far from it) in d. Leighlin, Fm. ii. 857 text and note; ¶  Achadh Abhall (?) Achaul in Ui Feidhlimthe, c. Carlow, (Tax.) is perhpas Aghowle.
a. aball
Garbán Achaid aball, Cell Garbáin is beside this place, Ll. 373, Lec. 91; ¶  Md. 87; ¶  Rignach Mathair Garbáin ó Chill Garbáin a taib Achaid Aball, I. 111 b. 2; ¶  A. Aball, Fg. 62.
a. abhall
nr. Sliab Condala, Lis. 24 a; ¶  v. Sliabh Condala.
a. abla
Tipra Fhinnein 7 Leac in Pupail ic a. Abla, Lis. 25 a; ¶  isin Corunn i crích Luighne, in b. Corann, c. Sligo; ¶  Luighni, slaughtered by Ui Ailella in Achadh Ablae, Au. i. 268; ¶  Diancecht's Tipra Slainge, in Achad Abla, N.W. of Mag Tuiredh, I. 166 b 1; ¶  Bb. 226 b; ¶  and Rd. Rc. xv. 59.
a. abhull
Lis. 25 b.
a. acra
S. Dichullus of, C. 92.
a. aeda
Bríg. dau. of Amalgaid, Cillini and Cellan in Achud Aeda, subject to St. Brigit, Ll. 353, Bb. 123 b. Lec. 112, Fir. 753; ¶  Brig and Cillin in Achad Aeda, subject to the Rule of St. Brigit, Lb. 20.
a. aible, Bb. 112a
on boundary of Tuath Uí Dungallaigh, Ha. 759; ¶  v. A. Ailbe.
a. ailbhe
in Corca Laoigdhe, the Tuath Ui Dunghalaigh extended from Greallach na Cruimhe to Achad Ailbhe, and from Oiléan Innsi Dúini to Béul Átha na hUidhre, Fir. 677; ¶  in Tuath Ua nDungalaig, Bb. 112 a; ¶  Fintán Achaid Ailbe, Bb. 125 a, Lec. 116, Ai. 150 b, Ll. 367. It is in Corca Laigdhe, Mis. i. 55; ¶  near Dunmanway and Barryroe, c. Cork; ¶  Achad Aibli on the boundary of Tuath Ui Dungalaigh in Corco Laidhi, I. 90 b, col. 3; ¶  Ha. 759.
a. airáird
monast. in Munster, S. Lochinus of, C. 607.
a. airend
now Airenach, anglice Erinagh, in O'Hanly's country near Clontuskert Abbey, c. Roscommon (I am sure of this, but scribe's reference is wrong), Mis i. 215.
a. airdni dairind
Feile Fintain Achid Airdni Dairind is on vii. Kal. Apr.; ¶  Ll. 357.
a. airthir domnand
battle in A. Airthir Domnand, and a slaughter of people around Toirdelbach (Mac Murchada), Lbl. 340.
a. aldai
cave of Newgrange c. Meath, O'D.; ¶  nr. Knowth and Dowth; ¶  Uamh Achaid Alddai 7 Cnodhbai 7 uam fheirt Boadan ós Dubadh 7 uam mná an gobann, rifled by Danes, Au. i., 372; ¶  Uaim Achaid Alda hí Mugdornaib Maigen, uaim Cnogbai, uaim fert Bodain .i. buachaill Elcmaire, ós Dubath 7 uaim mná Gaband ag Droichead Átha, Fm. i. 496; ¶  for Mugdornaib Maigen read M. Breg.
a. an bhaird
Aghaward, in Roscommon, 3 miles S. of Drumsna. a. an bhruic; ¶  Auchabrick in Wigtonsh.
a. an chléirigh
Auchancleary in S. Ayrsh., Max.
a. an chorice
Awhirk in Galloway, Max.
a. an chrochairi
Auchenrocher, nr. Stranraer, Max.
a. an chuill
Aughahull, in p. Aughnish, b. Kilmacrenan, Donegal.
a. an chuill
Auchenhill in Galloway, Max., who equates it with a. na chuill, field of the wood; ¶  that would be a. na coille; ¶  however, he says it might mean hazel-field.
a. an dabhaigh
Aghadowey, in p. Drumhome, b. Tyrhugh, Donegal, Wd.
a. an dá charadh
ancient name of Charlemont, in Tyrone, Wd.
a. an dá chlaidhe
Aghadaghly, in p. Clondavadog, b. Kilmacrenan, Donegal, Wd.
a. an da chorr
Achadacor, in p. Mevagh, b. Kilmacrenan, Donegal, Wd.
a. an da fhiach
Aghindaiagh, in p. Kinawly, Fermanagh.
a. an draighin
Auchendrain, in Ayrshire, Max.; ¶  a. in draigin; ¶  in 1228 Auc(h)atendregen, now Auchindrain, on E. bank of the Cluine r., nr. Aberdeen, Ra. 258.
a. an dúine
Auchendownie, in Scot.
a. an fhraeich
Auchenree Max.; ¶  who prefers Achadh an ruidh: field of the shieling.
a. an ghlaiseáin
Aughaglassan, in p. Culdaff, b. Inishowen E., Donegal, Wd.
a. an ghraighe (?)
Aughengray (nr. Carstairs and nr. Kirkcudbright).
a. an insín
Aughanunshin, in b. Kilmacrenan, c. Donegal, Wd.
a. an iarainn
Aughenairn (Glasgow), Jo.
a. an ioruisín
Aughanurson, in p. Tullyfern, b. Kilmacrenan, Donegal, Wd.
a. an leath taoibh
Aghalatty, in p. Mevagh, b. Kilmacrenan, Donegal, Wd.
a. an locha
Aughinloch (Lanark), Jo.
a. an mhuillinn
Aghawillin, 2 tls. in Leitrim.
a. an mheannáin
Aghavannan, in p. Killygarvan, b. Kilmacrenan, Donegal, Wd.
a. an tsamhaidh
Aghintamy, nr. town of Monaghan.
a. an tsamhraidh
in p. Kildonan, Sutherland, Inv. xvii. 193.
a. an tsathairn
Aghataharn in p. Aghamore, 5 m. from Ballyhaunis, Mayo.,
a. an seaguil
Auchenshuggle, nr. Glasgow, Max.
a. an tsiadháin
Aughintain, in b. Clogher, c. Tyrone.
a. an tsiorraigh
Aghaterry, p. Killabban, Queen's Co. a. an tiobraid (recte na tiobraide ?); ¶  1o Aughatubrid, in p. Culdaff, b. Inishowen E., Donegal, Wd., 2o Aghatubrid in Cork, 3o Aghatubrid in Kerry.
a. an tobair
Aghintober, name of some places.
a. an tuaith
in the Mairenach inn Atha Fertain for Achad an tuaith W. of Dublinn Chríchi Ciarraighi in Connacht, Lbl. 759.
a. an uirghill
in p. Creich, Sutherland, Inv. xx. 118.
a. aracail
Agháracle, in Strontian, Scotl.
a. archa
Bb. 50 a; ¶  Lugaid killed there in 507; ¶  in d. and c. Meath, Ct. 172 n 44; ¶  v .a. Farcha, a. Forcha.
a. arghlais
Fm. i. 864, in Lagenia, C. 354; ¶  a. Arglais, Cs. 298, 45, Fia. 170; ¶  Agha, in b. Idrone, c. Carlow, Fia. 170; ¶  v. a. Urghlais; ¶  alias acheth arglais; ¶  from Inis Eirc in mari Luimneach to Inis Keltra in Stagno Dercderc; ¶  from Inis Keltra to Civitas Cluana Ethnech; ¶  ó Cluoin Ethnech ad Aiketh Arglas, Cs. 455; ¶  Akechur Arclayss, 298, S. Fintan's place.
a. arud
the 7 Sts. of Achad Arud, Lb. 24.
a. aur
Lachtain of Achadh Aur, Lb. 21, 18; ¶  r. Achadh úr.
a. baith
Cobthach mac Baith of Acadh Baith in Crioch Laegaire; ¶  Bb. 124a; ¶  is Achadh Maich i Crich Laoghaire ?, Fir. 707; ¶  Cobthach mac Baeth in Achud Maic i Crích Loegaire, Ll. 354.
a. beannach
Aghavannagh, in b. Ballinacor S., c. Wicklow.
a. beg
Ochabeg in p. Ballinkillen, d. Leighlin; ¶  Beand Achaidh big. Lbl. 344.
a. beithe
Fg. 218; ¶  tempoll achaidh Beithi do loscadh, Au. iii. 176, 318, 484, 584; ¶  Aghavea, in d. of Clogher, b. Magherastephana, c. Fermanagh, Fm. iv. 1000; ¶  v. 1290, 1330, 1412, 1574; ¶  Aghaveagh, in p. Kilteevoge, b. Raphoe S., Donegal; ¶  Lassar Achaidh beithe, Md. 309.
a. biolair
Aghaviller, a p. in Kilkenny.
a. bioroir
Caróc abb Achaid Bioroir, Fm. i. 554; ¶  Aghaviller, al. Aghavuller in d. Ossory, al. a. Biolair, a rectory and place where is a round tower.
Aghabo in d. Ossary, b. Upper Ossory, Queen's Co.; ¶  ached (acheth, achet) bou .i. campulus bovis, Ad. 121, 457; ¶  in Osraigib, Fg. 50, 170; ¶  Md. 236, 70; ¶  Hb. 103; ¶  F. 143; ¶  Au. i. 40, 318, 243; ¶  Ai. 616; ¶  Lc. i. 107; ¶  Fia. 96, 198; ¶  ns. a. mbó, Au. ii. 94; ¶  a. boo, Au. i. 268; ¶  g. achaid boo, Au. i. 268, 300, Fm. i. 390; ¶  d. achuth bo, Cs. 388, achudh; ¶  Bco. 41 b 1 is between the Nore and Slige Dála meic Amoir and Ros Cré. B. xxxiii. 350; ¶  Sas. 70; ¶  C. 73; ¶  Ct. 353, 636; ¶  Cs. 384, 388; ¶  Lis. 205b; ¶  Bco. 41 b 1; ¶  Fg. 194; ¶  F. 136, 156; ¶  Fia. 96; ¶  Mt. 33; ¶  Ll. 309; ¶  Cg. 16; ¶  K. 158 a, 162 a; ¶  Bran. 92 a; ¶  Md. 236.
a. bó cainnig
Au. ii. 94; ¶  Aghabo in d. Ossory, Fm. i. 452, 464, 490, 520, 536; ¶  Ai. 54a; ¶  Hb. 64.
a. bog
Aghabog p. in c. Monaghan.
a. bolg
Aghabulloge p. nr. Macroom, c. Cork.
a. brecc
Achbreck, in Ballendalloch, Scotl., Jo.
a. broan
B. lvi. 333; ¶  d. Achud Broan, seems nr. Uisnech Midi, Cs. 393–4.
a. brónach
in c. Kerry, a churchyard at Achines, nr. Tralee, c. Kerry, Triumph. 272.
a. buidhe
in Baile ind Urchair, Connla Meg Eochachan, chief of Cenel Fiachaidh in Achadh buide inm Baile Atha ind Urchair, A.D. 1470, Con. 63 a; ¶  in Mageoghan's country.
a. budi
Achat Budi in d. Glendal., c. Wicklow, seems nr. Cell Belet and Donard, Cr. an. 1173, 1192.
a. c.
(a.foda, Fg.) ..; ¶  the Féile of Lassar Achaid C .. Digdi Cherc .... 7 ingen Nadfraich in Enuch Áird, is on viii. Id. Januarii, Ll. 355; ¶  is it a. cael, or a. cáin, or a. cinn?
a. caerech
Acheth Kerech in regione Fithgente, Cs. 251.
a. chail
gs., S. Cillean Achaid Chail in Leith Cathail, on the brink of Tráig Dúine Droma, Ll. 372; ¶  Bb. 117 b, Lec. 89, I. 111 a 1.; ¶  Naem Diarmait in Achud Cháil, Ll. 365; ¶  Senán Achaid Cháil, Ll. 348, Bb. 120 a, Lec. 100, 104, C. 73, Fir. 719, Lb. 15.
a. caillten
v. a. Callten.
a. cáin
F. 123; ¶  Achad Cáin i n-Achad Chonaire hi Luignib Chondacht, F. 130, O'Dav. 66; ¶  Achonry p. and d.
a. caoin, or a. cinn
Cathbadh epscop Achaid caoin Fep.; ¶  in Ct. it is thought to be Aughnakilly, b. Kilconway, c. Antrim; ¶  but seems Achonry in Connacht.
a. caoin
Baile Achaidh Cháoin, Fm. vi. 2314, now Balloughkeen al. Loughkeen, tl. and p. in b. Lower Ormond, c. Tip.
a. cainida
Aghacainida, ad ripam Barroi fl. quae hodie Tegh Moling appellatur, Ware's Scriptores, 22.
a. cairnn
in Kenmore, Scotland.
a. cait
Breccán Achaid Chaitt, Ll. 366, Bb. 124 a, Lec. 115.
a. callten
i n-Uib Dróna fria Berbai aniar, .i. i n-Uib Brethi (Reithe, Laud 610) fria Lethglind andes, F. 168; ¶  Achadh Caillten, i nUibh Dróna fri Berba aniar i nUibh Rethe fri Lethglenn andes, Fg. 214, Fir. 718, Md. 298.
a. caoin conaire
Cruimther Nathi in A. c. Conaire i Luighne Connacht, Md. 214, Achonry.
a. caracan
in land of Wicklow, d. Glendal., Cr. an. 1173, Achad Carachan, 1192. a. cille clochan, A. c. Clochair no Drochait i n-Aird Ulad in hoc die cum Bairre, F. 147.
a. cille móire
Fm. an 1429, Lc, ii. 153, Au. ii. 106, Aghakilmore, b. Clanmahon, Cavan, in E. Breifne, Mi.
a. cinn
al. a. na cille, now Aughnakeely tl. and graveyard nr. S. boundary of Kilconway, Fg. 70, Am. i. 1; ¶  C. 192 (S. Cathub of), Md. 96, Au. i. 54, Mi., Fm. i 190.
a. claidib
place of Segene son of Bresal, bp. of Armagh, Ll. 42; ¶  Fm. an. 686; ¶  Au. i. 136; ¶  seems in d. Armagh.
a. cláir
Aghclare, nr. Graiguenamanagh, Kilkenny; ¶  áth cláir (?).
a. cochlain
(?) Achcochlain, Pc. 8; ¶  battle between Scots and Danari in Scotland, Cps. 8.
a. conaire
al. Ached cáin, a. cáin Conaire, Fel. 130, O'Dav. 66; ¶  in Mi. it is put in Sligo, in Ac. 286 "Aghaconary in Mayo; ¶ " it is a village and p. in b. Leiny, Sligo, Fy. 477; ¶  in terra Lugniensium, Cs. 206, K. 181 b; ¶  its posttown is Ballymote; ¶  as a diocese it contains parts of Sligo, Mayo and a small part of Roscommon; ¶  i Luighnib Connacht, F. 130, Md. 214, Fg. 152, Mt. 31, Lct. 103 Fm. 1328, 1398, 1409, 1434; ¶  Lc. i. 239, 253, 261, &c.; ¶  a. Coinire, Con. 15 a, 32 b; ¶  S. Nathi of A., C. 134, Cs. 206; ¶  Nathi Presbyter in Achud Chonairi, feast on v. Id. Aug. Ll. 361, Lc. i. 409; ¶  the Coarb of Nathi of a. Connaire, al. the Bp. of Luighne, Ai. 61 b; ¶  Bps. of a. Conaire, Lc. [i] 253, 269, 305, 345, 419, 447, 451, 561, 647, ii 79, 209; ¶  village nr. Ballaghadereen; ¶  in the E. of b. of Leiney there is Achonry House, and village; ¶  Cruimther Riagán ó a. Chonaire, Md. 214.
a. conchinn
now Killaha, b. Magunihy, Kerry, Ods. 561; ¶  a. Conchinn in Corcu Dubni, Cs. 520.
a. coraind
Luaitrend Achaidh Coraind, Mt. 26; ¶  Luadrenn ó chill Luaithrenn i cCorann, Fg. 112; ¶  v. corann.
a. corcaige
Dochaide of a. Corcaige, Lb. 22; ¶  Dochatti in Achud Chorcaigi, subjects to St. Brigit, Ll. 353; ¶  Lec. 112; ¶  Sts. Sgot and Monga of the Dal Mesin Corb are in Cella of Magh Uachtarcaibh and Iachtarcaibh in Cluain Moisgne Dochaide in a. Corcaidhe, Fir. 753; ¶  Tomacork, in c. Wex., is tuaim a. c. (?).
a. crimthain
Cellach mac Concathaighe, abbot of, Au. i. 326.
achthib critri
nr. Cluain ferta in Leix, Cs. 283; ¶  seems dp. of Achadh; ¶  but achadhaib in Gc. 54.
a croman
Colum of a. Croman, Bb. 124 a, Lec. 115.
a. cruachan
in terra Arklow, d. Glendal., Cr. an. 1173, 1192; ¶  nr. Croghan Kinshelagh (?).
a. cuilinn
Fg. 204; ¶  church in Leinster of St. Beoán, C. 609.
a. cuilinn
Darbile óg Achaidh chuilind, Md. 284, 398; ¶  v. next word.
a. chuillinn
in Connaught, S. Derbilia, b. 1viii. 893; ¶  Triallach Derbbhile of a. Cuilinn, Fir. 711; ¶  Derbile a. Chuilind, Md. 284.
a. cuingire
Cathfuidh, bishop of Achadh Chuingire, died in the reign of Diarmaid, son of Fergus Ceirrbhéoil, K. 158 b; ¶  Achonry (?).
a. cuinn
Ch. 50, Hb. 60; ¶  Cathbadh, s. of Fergus, Bp. of, d. A.D. 555; ¶  it is Achadh Cinn in Fm. i. 554; ¶  v. Achad Cinn.
a. dá charad
between Corrán Aird Mhégiollagain (Magilligan Pt.) and ..., Ro.
a. dá dalaich
in Colonsay, Scotland.
a. dá domnall
in Ros-shire, Scotland.
a. da eiredh
a Dún in Gabhair Laighen, Ro.; ¶  v. A. (dairich, Daired, Dairig).
a. dá eó
Fm. an. 1581; ¶  Aghadoe, nr. Killarney; ¶  v. A. deó, A. eó.
a. dagáin
Monast. in Leinster; ¶  Sts. Daganus and Athelwoldus of, C. 609, B. xxxiii. 91.
a. daired
a Dún belonging to Cuach, daughter of Coelbadh, in Leinster, Lb. 17; ¶  a. dairich, a Dún in Gobair, Leinster, belonging to Cuach, daughter of Caelbadh mac Colmain. of Hi Bairrchi Muighi Ailbi in Leinster, Lec. 203; ¶  a. dairig, in Gabuir, Leinster, one of the three Dúns given to Cuach, mother of the 3 Dunlainge, Illaind, Eochaid, and Ailill, Ll. 349; ¶  to Cuach, daughter of Colbaidh, Ll. 316; ¶  a dún in Gabair in Leinster, Bb. 77 a; ¶  a. dairit, one of the 3 Dúns of Cuach, daughter of Caelbadh, in Gabair, in Hui mBairrche, in Magh Ailbe, Lec. 106.
a. dairich
a. dairig, a dairit; ¶  v. a. daired.
a. dá láimh
in Inverness-shire, Scotl.
a. deo
i n-iarthar Érenn, F. 158; ¶  Aed mac Mailphatraicc ab Achaid deó, Ai. 16b; ¶  seems = a. dá eó; ¶  Ached déo, one of the sceanb of Eirin, Lbl., Ro.
a. derg
cath achaidh deirg do'n taoibh abhus do Ghlinn Righe., Hc. 2, 783.
a. dogarta
Bishop Eogan of a. Dogarta in Crích Ua nDuach Muighi Airgedrois, Bb. 121 b.; ¶  in b. Idogh, c. Kilkenny.
a. domongairt
Colum achaid Domongairt, Ll. 366.
a. draignige
Fintán Achaid draignige, Bb. 125 a, Ll. 367; ¶  Ai. 150 b.; ¶  Durtach Bp. of Cell Achaidh Draignighe, Fir. 753; ¶  a. Draigne, Lec. 116; ¶  a. dreighnich, B. xli. 377.
a. drainin
Lc. ii. 305, in Clann Rickard; ¶  Thornfield, b. Longford, c. Galway.
a. droma
Achadrum, between the Oich and the Lochy, in Scotland, Skene's Cps. lxxxiii.
a. drumman
A. 18 b, in Tír Eogain na hInse, where S. Patrick founded a "disert," Tl. 156; ¶  al. Machaire Drumman, p. Donagh, in Inishowen, Ah; ¶  in Inisowen, Ct. 120, 145.
a. drummoto
cell Achith D. in finibus Lagnensium, Cs. 380; ¶  a droma fota, at Killeigh, King's Co., Au i. 276.
a. dubthaig
in Mag Lí, on the banks of the Lower Bann, Ll. 173, Bb. 119 b., Mg. 12; ¶  in Mag Lii, on banks of the N. Bann, Fir. 713; ¶  for brú Banna íochtaraicche, Fg. 20, 12, Md. 24; ¶  on banks of the Lower or N. Bann, Lec, 103, Ll. 347; ¶  Guari mór of a. Dubthaigh, on the brink of the Banda, Lb. 14; ¶  i Maigh Li, for brú Banna don taobh thiar, eidir Loch nEachdhach agus an fhairge; ¶  Md. 10; ¶  p. Achadowey, b. Coleraine, c. Derry, Lct. 123, Am. i. 1; ¶  Achedoffy, in O'Cane's country, Cv. 73, 80.
a. dúine
Akadun in d. Ross, Tax.
a. dumha
Fg. 26, Md. 32; ¶  Dathaodócc ó. a. d., ibid.
a. durbcon
in Muscraighe Mitine, St. Finnbarr's father, prímhgobha to the K. of Raithlenn, had his holding here, Cbb. c. 1; ¶  Lasar of a. d. was a pupil of St. Finnbarr's at Etargabhail; ¶  a. durpchon, there St. Bairre was baptized by Bp. mac Cuirp, Fer. 88.
achadensis dioecesis
so called in 1248, and said to be a suffragan of Tuam, Tr. p. 51; ¶  diocese of Achonry, Brady's episcopal succession, vol. ii. 183. a. eó. Acudeo dry. in d. Ardfert, Tax.
a. erlar
in Arclo dry. d. Dublin, Cr.
a. etaich
Cobthach, brother of Diarmaid of a. Etaich in Crích Laegaire, Lec. 114; ¶  v. Laegaire and Crích L.
a. fabair umhaill
nr. Loch Crichan, Con. 5 a, 12 b; ¶  Lc. 265; ¶  Fm. an. 1094, 1233, 1248; ¶  Lc. i. p. 264, 300, 316, 374, 380; ¶  Ch. p. 303; ¶  Aghagower, b. Burrishoole, c. Mayo, Mi. Cri.; ¶  v. a. Fobair; ¶  Ri Umhaill 7 Airchinnioch Achaidh Fabhuir do mharbhadh d'Fhearaibh Cero, Hb. 97.
a. farcha
Lughaidh s. of Laegaire killed by lightning there, Ch. 37; ¶  K. 158 a; ¶  Fm. i. 503; ¶  a hill in Meath, Ct. 20 n. 67 p. 128 c. b. 7, 172, 44; ¶  Rónán ó a. Farccha, Md. 344, Fg. 244; ¶  in b. Slane, c. Meath; ¶  v. a. Forcha; ¶  a. Archa; ¶  Bas Lughach mic Laoghaire in a. Fhiachro Fharcho, Hb. 58 (!).
a. ferne
Auchnafairne in p. Creich, Sutherland, Inv. xx. 118.
a. ferta
Féile of Latharnis and Itharnis in a. Fherta, xix. Kal. Feb. Ll. 356; ¶  a Ferta, Fg. 16, Mt. 12 Md. 14.
a. fiacla
Lis. 24 a, a tooth of St. Finnian of Clonard found there; ¶  "collis dentis," in Leinster nr. Ui Bairche or rather Mugny (Moon), Cs. 197; ¶  recte campulus dentis.i. of the tooth of St. Fintan of Cluain Eráird, ibid.
a. find
Ua hUidrin Bp. of a. Find, Lec. 239.
a. finnabhrach
a. fionnabhrach, Im. 8; ¶  granted by Duach Gallach to St. Grellan, who built a ch. there, called Craobh Greallain, from the branch which Duach and St. Patrick gave St. Grellan in token of possession; ¶  now Creeve in Moylurg; ¶  v. Life of St. Grellan.
a. finnglaiss
Monast., B. v. 20. C. 354; ¶  S. Fintanus of, in Uib Dróna, nr. Sletty.
a. finnich
a Findich, for bru Dothra i nUibh Dunchadha i n-iarthar Laighen, Md. 124; ¶  in Uib Dunchada a n-iarthar Lagen, F. 85; ¶  in Uib Dunchada Fg. 94; ¶  v. Ui Dunchada, and A. Finniche and Dothra; ¶  Criotán of a. F. Md. 124.
a. finniche
Cormac in A. F., F. 85, a. Finnich, Fg. 94, a. Finnmaigi, Mt. 94; ¶  Féile Cormaic in Achud Find naigi, vii. Idus Maii, Ll. 360; ¶  Finvoy, b. Iveagh, c. Down (?).
a. flesce
Colmán Achaid Flesce, Ll. 366; ¶  Bb. 124 b, Lec. 115.
a. fobuir
in Umall "in quo fiunt episcopi," A. f. 13 b. 1; ¶  seems to mean that it was an episcopal see, and Colgan says it was formerly (Ct. 94, 137, 138, 271); ¶  a. Fhobair, Tl. 112; ¶  d. Achud F., Aghagower, in Mayo, Ah.; ¶  Aghagower, in the b. of Burrishoole, about 4 m. S. of Westport; ¶  in E. of b. of Murrisk, Fy. 477; ¶  v. Lb. 29, Ll. 353; ¶  B. vii., 567; ¶  v. A. Fabair, A. Gabhair; ¶  Achedover in dry. of Mayo, d. Tuam, Tax; ¶  O'D. says a. fhobhair represents the present Irish pronunciation.
a. foda
Md. 8; ¶  Lassar of a. f.
a. fhorcha
as.; ¶  in Ui Cremthainde, where Lugaid, son of Loiguire, was killed, Lb. 27; ¶  A. Forchai Tl. 60; ¶  Lg. 182; ¶  Ll. 24 a, Bb. 32 b; ¶  Colgan says it was within the bb. of Slane, Ac. 74; ¶  v. Fm. i. 503, Ch. 37, Bb. 48 b; ¶  v. A. Farcha, A. Archa.
a. gabhair
recte a. fobuir, q.v.; ¶  one of the bounds of Cera was Maiteog of a. gabhair, Fy. 151.
a. galmae
a. galme; ¶  ind Romanaig in Achudh Galmae in Huibh Echach, Ll. 373, Lb. 23, I. 100 a 1.
a. garbháin
Mt. 19; ¶  a church in Munster, S. Garuánus, of a. Garbháin, C. 750.
a. gináin
in Gaill in Achud Gináin, Ll. 373, Lb. 23, I, 110 a 2.
a. glinde
the 7 Sts. achaid Glinde, Lb. 24; ¶  the 7 Bps. of a. Glinni, Ll. 374, I. 110 b. 1.
a. gobair
in Ceara in Connacht, Lec. 167; ¶  v. a. fobuir.
a. gobra
Fg. 40; ¶  Md. 54; ¶  Achadh, simply, Mt. 16; ¶  Aghagower, v. a. gabhair, a. gobair, a. fobuir; ¶  Maolan of a. g., Md. 54.
a. guaire
Colman of a. Guaire, Fig. 714.
a. hi
Mac Hi .i. Colmaeth Achaid in Aostíre, Fir. 751; ¶  of Mac hÍ .i. Colmán .i. Conna in achud hÍ in Aes Tíre, Ll. 352; ¶  Colmaet .i. Conna achaid hÍ la es tíre, Bb. 123 a; ¶  Ll. 352; ¶  Machi .i. Colmed, .i. Conna achaid Hí, Lec. 110; ¶  Ciár Achaid hÍ la hAes Tíre, Fir 732; ¶  Ciár mac Ambric achaid hÍ la hAes Tíre, Ll. 349, Lec. 105, Bb. 121 a; ¶  Ciár mac Ambritt, of Ciarraidhe in Achadh hÍ, in Oestíre, Lb. 16; ¶  Macchi; ¶  i.e., Colman in Achadh hI in Oestire, Lb. 20.
a. íchtair
Colmán Achaid íchtair, Ll. 367, Bb. 124 b, Lec. 115.
achad inaich
Diarmait mac Boith of Árd Senaigh at Loch Eirne, and Cobthach his brother of Achad inaich in Crích Lægaire, Lb. 23.
a. inbhir
a Purt Achaidh Inbhir, Au. iii. 226, Fm. an. 1469; ¶  Aghinver in Loch Erne, c. Fermanagh.
a. in blae (?)
Auchinblae (Kincardine), Jo.
a. in chairnn
Aghencarne 1305; ¶  Auchencairn (Kirkcudbright), Jo. a. in dobhuir (?); ¶  Auchindoir (Aberdeen), Jo.
a. in ghraighe
Aughengray (nr. Carstairs and Kircudbright), Jo. a. in iarainn; ¶  Auchenairn (Glasgow), Jo.
a. in locha
Auchinloch (Lanark), Jo.
a. inna elta
Tl. 232, a field in (the tl. of) Cengoba (Kinnegoe ?), called Aball Pátraic because St. Patrick planted an apple-tree there. a. laogh, or an laoigh; ¶  Achleach in Wigtonsh.; ¶  Aughlay in Sutherland; ¶  Auchlee in Aberdeensh.; ¶  Max.
a. leamhna
Auchlevan (Aberdeen); ¶  or a. leamhann, Jo.
a. leicce
Aghelek in 1306; ¶  now Afflek, Scotl., Jo.; ¶  v. a. liac (?).
a. leicce
founded by St. Fintan of Taghmon, Adr. 21.
a. lethderg
Cath achaid Lethdeirg i Fernmaig Bb. 68 a.; ¶  Ll. 21 a; ¶  Hb. 55; ¶  in Farney, c. Mon., Bb. 93 b; ¶  Lec. 35, 273, 583, 594; ¶  Fm. i. 124, 331; ¶  Lct. 136; ¶  Fir. 330, 534, 761; ¶  Carnd achaid Leithdeirgg i Ferndmuig, Ll. 333; ¶  X. 56; ¶  [Laud].
a. liacc
a. Liag; ¶  Au. i. 242; ¶  Fm. i. 374; ¶  K. 164 b; ¶  battle between Úi Briuin and Úi Maine. 774 (Athleague, c. Rosc. O'Conor wrongly), Achadh leaga, on E. of r. Suck, O'D.; ¶  in b. Athlone, c. Rosc.
acheth liacc
S. Fintan founded cell there, Cs. 397; ¶  a. Liacc, cell founded by S. Munnu Cs. 493, i. Aicheth Liacc Echdromma in regionibus Fothar, Cs. 402 (recte Fothart cf. Dux Fothartorum Cs. 497), a. Liac (and Liec) Echdroma S. Munnu's burial place, Cs. 496; ¶  a liac Echdromma was old name of land in and about Taghmon, or Tech Munnu, given by its chief Dimma, Cs. 496, 497; ¶  achethliacc Echdromma, a monastery, B. lvi. 334, 336, 337.
a. liac
Aghelek in 1306, now Affleck, Scot., Jo.; ¶  v. a. leicce. a. liag; ¶  Rus achaid liag, Fir. 751.
a. liaig
Colmán achaidh liaig, Ai. 150 a.
a. liss
Cerc and Bec were two sisters in Achud Liss, Senán of a. Cael was their brother, Ll. 348; ¶  Serc and Becral, sisters of Senán in a. Lis, Lec. 100.
a. loiscthi
a Tuath in Caoille in Munster, Lis. 182 b.
a. lommaletham
as., d. Glendal. Cr. 1179.
a. luachrach
Achluachrach at Fort-William, Scot., Jo.
a. lunga
al. Achlunga; ¶  now Aghaloo, a rectory of d. Armagh; ¶  written Achloug in 1411 (perhaps a mistake for Achlong?).
a. lurchair
Mt. 39, now Aghalurcher, c. Ferm.; ¶  v. A. urchair; ¶  Feidlimid of a. Lurchair, Feast on x. Kal. Dec., Ll. 365, Fm. v. 1258.
a. lurchairi
a. lurchaire; ¶  Au. iii. 28, 530; ¶  Aghalurcher, c. Ferm., Fm. v. 1508, 1296.
a. madchor
now Auchmachar, 3 miles NW. of Church of Deer, D. lvi.
a. maic
Cobthach mac Baeth in A. Maic in Críoch Loegaire, Ll. 354; ¶  I. 109 a 2; ¶  a. Maich, Fir. 707.
a. maic airt
Tig. Re. xviii. 183; ¶  Fm. ii. 1118; ¶  Aghamacart, b. Clarmallagh, Queen's co., Mi.; ¶  or b. Galmoy, Kilk.; ¶  on borders of c. Kilk. O'D.; ¶  Daurmag Ua nDuach Achad mic Airt, Cúl Caissin 7 Ferta Caerach do loscadh, Fm., all seem in d. Ossory; ¶  Achid macarth, Sw. 1251 (Prior of); ¶  connected with Ferta Kerach, q.v.; ¶  5 m. W. of Durrow in Qn's. Co.; ¶  a noted church in Ossory, in the cloictheach of which the eacha Hui chuin and Fear leighin were consumed by fire, Ai. 38 a; ¶  burnt by Muircheartach mac Neill mic Lochloinn, A.D. 1156, Hb. 112.
a. maic erclaighe
Fm. i. 492; ¶  Agha, al. St. John's, nr. city of Kilk., Fia. 144; ¶  maidm ria cCerball for loinges Puirt Lairge (Waterford) oc Achod mic Erclaighe, Fm.; ¶  seems on the banks of the Nore, between New Ross and Kilk. city.
a. manach
Auchmannoch, nr. Kilmarnock, Max.
a. mebri
"in Acuthuch Mebri, between Achad bó and Mag Ragni in Kilkenny," Cs. 384.
a. mingthi
the Húi Gerain, i. the Aes Achaid Mingthi, Ll. 325, Bb. 110 a; ¶  Aes Achaidh Mingthi ar Slicht Conaill Clain mic Gerain, Sto. 40 a.
a. móna
battle between Niall and Aengus O'Donnell, Fm. iii. 582; ¶  Aghawoney in p. and b. Kilmacrenan, c. Don.
a. mór
nr. Achad muine choscain and the Lathach of Domnach mór in Meath; ¶  land of monast. of Kells, Bk. 6 b.
a. mór
baile hui Fhlannagáin Tuaithi Rátha, Au. iii. 430; ¶  an artificial island in Lower Loch Erne, c. Ferm.; ¶  O'Flanagan slain there, Au. iii. 620; ¶  perhaps Aghamuldoney, a part of p. Devenish in p. Inismacsaint, b. Magheraboy, c. Ferm., Au., iii. 620; ¶  in the Index Dr. M'C. says it is Aghamore in b. Magherastephana, c. Ferm.
a. mór
Aghamore in b. Costello, Fy. 477; ¶  6 m. N. of Ballyhaunis.
a. mór
Loarn Sacart Achaid Móir, Feast iii. Kal. Sept., Ll. 362, Md. 228.
a. mór
Fg. 166, Md. 228.
a. muca
Im. 132, in O'Madden's land.
a. mudi
in 1200 given to Ab. of Glendal., Sw.; ¶  now Aghamore; ¶  Balitarsne seems near it.
a. muighe mhóir
in Eire, Dl. 46.
a muine choscain
land of Kells monastery, nr. Domnachmor in Meath, Bk. 6 b. Aghamoneycosquin.
a. na beithe
Achanvey in Galloway, Max.
a. na bó
Achnaba in Argylesb.
a. na gcat
Auchnagat in Aberdeensh., Jo.
a. na cille
al. Achadh Cinn in Dalriada, now Aughnakeely, tl. and burial place nr. S. boundary of b. Kilconway, c. Antrim; ¶  Sts. Guaire Mór and Guaire Beg lived there, Am. i. 1; ¶  Aughnakeely in Craigs, Ct. 182 n 195.
a. na g(c)lérech
nr. Deer in Scotland, D. 4.
a. na cloiche
the field of the stone; ¶  Aughnacloy, in b. Dungannon Lower, c. Tyr.; ¶  Auchencloich (Kilmarnock), Auchencloy (Stoneykirk), Scotl., Jo.
a. na con
Achnacone in Appin, Scotl., Max.
a. na coradh
Achnacarry, seat of Lochiel, on the Arkaig, Max.; ¶  Achadh na caraidh, Stewart, p. iii.
a. na corra
Matha O'Reilly slain by the people of Tellach Donchadha in Achadh na Corra, A.D. 1302; ¶  Con. 26 a, IIb. 124; ¶  Lc. i. 531; ¶  Aghnacor, b. Tullyhunco, Cavan.
a. na craige
Aughnacraig (Mull), Jo.
a. na craoibhe
Auchencruive, nr. Ayr. Max.; ¶  Auchencrow (Ayton), Haughincrew in 1230, Jo.; ¶  Auchincruve (Kirkcudbright), Jo.
a. nan craobh
Auchencrow in Berwicksh., Max.; ¶  but may be a. na creamh, a. na cnó.
a. na críche
Auchcreoch (Kinross), Jo.
a. na cró
Fg. 114, Mt. 27, Md. 168; ¶  Dichuill its patron, Md. 168, C. 92.
a. na croise
Auchencrosh, Max.
a. na cruime
Bb. Fir; ¶  al. grellach na gruime; ¶  now Grillagh in p. Kilnagross in Corca Laigde, Gc. 54.
a. nae
in the Deisi fo bru Fantobair aníar, I. 91 b 1. a. na giolcaighe (or an ghiolcaigh); ¶  Auchengilshie in Wigtonshire and in Ayrsh.
a. na n-iubhar
in Gnó Mór, Fir. 202; ¶  Fm. an. 1572; ¶  Aghnenure on W. brink of Loch Corrib, 2 miles from Oughterard, Wc. 54.
a. na liac
Auchinleck, which Boswell in his Tour renders "field of the flagstones," Edition 1902, p. 293; ¶  a. na leac; ¶  Auchinleck in Ayrsh., in Lanark., and Forfar, Max.; ¶  in Newton Stewart; ¶  Auchlecks (Blair Athole), Jo.
a. na meilge (?)
Auchenmalg Bay (Wigton.), Jo.
a. na ribrad
1375, land nr. Trim, of Augustine Abbey, Tr. 354.
a. na sealg
Auchnashalloch in Ross-shire, and Argylsh.; ¶  but Max. makes it Achadh na saileach.
a. na sían
Aughnasheen (Ross), Auchensheen nr. Dalbeattie, Jo.
a. nitt
the 7 Eps. Achaid Nitt, Ll. 374; ¶  secht nepscoip Achaid Nithi, I. 110 b l; ¶  Lb. 24.
a. nuidir
v. Achad Uidir.
a. rathin
in hUib Maic Caille i nDesib Muman, F. 173, Fg. 228; ¶  St. Laidgenn of A.R. in the Decies, B. lvii. 9; ¶  trí meic Bochra, Laidhgenn, Caindech 7 Accobhran of a. r., Md. 320.
a. raithin
i bFearaib Ceall i nOirghialluibh, Md. 354; ¶  Accobhrán of A.R., ibid.
a. recit
Mochritóc Achaid Recit, Lec. 118; ¶  Mochrioch Achaid Reiceit, Ai 151 b; ¶  Mocridóc Achaid Récit Bb. 125 b; ¶  v. a. Reot.
a. réidh
Achray in Perth, Jo.
a. reot
Mochritóc in Achud Reot, Ll. 368; ¶  v. a Recit.
a. righ
Aghacree, nr. Ballymoghany, in p. Castleconor, b. Tireragh, Fy. 477.
a. rignigi
belonged to Monastery of Annadown, Tax 226.
a. setna
Domnach Achaid Shetna, L. 374; ¶  recti Ll. (?).
a. tairb
Manchán Achaid tairb, Lec. 118, Bb. 125 b, Ll. 368. a. toche temni; ¶  nr. Deer, D. xlix.
a. togarta
Oengus, Bp. Eogain, &c.; ¶ , in Achud Togarta in crích Hua nDuach Maige Argetrois, Ll. 350; ¶  Brigit ingen Dallbronaigh, Diarmait, Aengus and Eps. Eoghan in A. t. in Crích Hua nDuach Muighi hAirgedroiss, Lb. 17, Lec. 102, 106; ¶  I. 108 b 1, Fir 751, Fep; ¶  crích ua nDuach is now b. Fassadineen, c. Kilk.
a. uabair
or Achadh Fabhair; ¶  now Aghagower, c. Mayo, B. lix. 289; ¶  Achad Nuavir (n-uabhair), .i. Campus superbiæ, Cs. 532.
a. ualind
the 7 bps of a. u., Ll. 374; ¶  secht n-epscoip achaid Ualann, I. 110 b 1; ¶  the 7 Sts. of a. Ualand, Lb. 24.
a. uidir
Molua Achaid Nuidir, Lec. 117, Bb. 125 a, Ll. 367; ¶  M. Achaid Úidhir, Ai. 151 a.
a. úr
i n-Osraigib, Fg. 58, Md. 80; ¶  now Freshford, c. Kilk.; ¶  Lachtain of A. Úr in Aes Cind Chaille in Osraigib, Ll. 353; ¶  Lachtnan of a. u. in Aeschindchilli, Lee. 112; ¶  I. 108 b 2; ¶  Lachtain of a. u. from Belach Fhebrat in Sliab Cáin, Ll. 353; ¶  Lachtain of A. u. from Belach Fabrat on Sliabh Chaín, Lachtain "Echach Uír" in Aes cinn cilli, Bb. 123 a, 123 b; ¶  Md. 80; ¶  Lachtnan at Sleabh Bladhma in A. u., Fir. 722; ¶  Lactain A. Úir, Ll. 350, Lec. 108, Bb. 122 a, Lis. 147 a, Fir. 720, C. 590, Lb. 18; ¶  Féile of Lachtain of A. Úr, on xiii. Kal. Ap., Ll. 357; ¶  the Norsemen devastated all Leinster to A. u., Ll. 309; ¶  Cgg. 16; ¶  Lb. 213 a; ¶  C. 390, 619, 799; ¶  Fm. an. 622, 800, 899, 1018; ¶  written phonetically in Norman French "Ahour" an. 1392 Kc. 15.
a. urchair
Fm. iv. 730, 952, 966, 1105, 1122, 1130, 1144; ¶  v. 1258, 1340; ¶  Aghalurcher p. in b. Magherastephana, c. Ferm.
a. urchaire
Au. iii. 160, 162, 166, 264, 280, 306, 456, 574; ¶  Muiris mac Matha mic Osgair Meg Uidhir, i. airchideochain Clochair 7 persun Achaid Urchuire 7 tigherna Claín-indsi 7 Rossa Oirrthir, Au. iii. 94; ¶  in Fermanagh; ¶  same as a. lurchaire.
a. urghlais
Fm. ii. 788; ¶  v. A. Arghlais, now Agha, in b. Idrone, c. Carlow; ¶  Akechur Arclayss of Codex Salmant, p. 298, which seems nr. Cluain Ethnech, is a corrupt form of the word; ¶  its abbot slain by the Ui Bairche, Fm.
Maximen was slain in Achaia, Lec. 42.
Ll. 138 a; ¶  tulach hi fil scrín Choluim Cille [indiu], Lu. 50 b, 53 b; ¶  Acheil, q.v.; ¶  Achall ar aicce Temuir, Brissiud cride úair Aichle, Rofhersat graffaind d'Achaill, Ll. 161; ¶  [The hill of Skreen, MH. AFM, A.D. 76]; ¶  cath Aichli fought by Tuathal Techtmar where Elim mac Conrach, King of Erin, of the Domnanchaibh was slain, Lec. 590; ¶  Elim mac Connrach Árdrí of Erin slain by Tuathal Techtmhar i cath Aichle, beside Tara, A.D. 76, Lg. 136; ¶  Tuathol Teachtmhar fell a gcath Aichle, Fir 48, K. 141 b; ¶  v. Acall, achell, Aicill; ¶  cath Aichle i taeb Themrach, Ll. 295 a, 294 b, Rc. xiii. 36; ¶  Fm. i. 98; ¶  Moernoc i taebaib na hAichle, Bb. 125 b; ¶  Cuan Románach in Achill, Lb. 23.
Achill island, Mayo; ¶  makes gs. Aichle; ¶  Mac Menaman, a native, called a hill there Cruachán Aichle; ¶  and see cath M. Léna, p. 105; ¶  the ns. is Aichill, Fy. 401; ¶  Achel, (recte Achill ?), B. ii. 1114; ¶  S. Maedhog of A.: either Achill island, or Achall nr. Tara, q.v.
achainn dubhghlass
in Eire, Dl. 49; ¶  seems nr. Loch Lurgan.
Lc. ii. 489, .i. Echanach, Echainech, q.v.; ¶  Aghanagh, b. Tirerril, Sligo.
O'S. iii. vii. 8; ¶  in Muscriæ finibus; ¶  O'Sullivan's first halt in his retreat from Glengarriff to the North, 31/12/1602; ¶  next day he marched from Baleburnia (B. Vourney) pagum Sanctæ Gubenetæ præsidio celebrem, a day's march from Ballivourney and from Glengariff; ¶  perhaps for Eachros, q.v.
one of the ten cities of Pilistina; ¶  each of these could finish 10 catha, or battalions, Bb. 2 b.
cath Ache gained by the Sil Eogain, Ll. 182.
ached, acheth
r. Achad.
the Acheans, Bb. 3 b, 2 a. achell, ar Themair, Rawl. B. 502, 72 a (Arc. 9); ¶  v. Achall, Acall.
Achaea ro thoirbir slóga Achía. It. ii. 2 Heft. 21. achilia; ¶  Maxim was slain by Teothais in Achilia, Lec. 42, 81. acitaina; ¶  Aquitaine, Md. xxviii; ¶  Aquitaini, Md. xxix. acuisgranis; ¶  Carlus Magnus was buried in Aquisgranis an Eclais Cruinn Mhuire, Lis. 107 b; ¶  Acisgranis, Lis. 120 a; ¶  Dom-kirche of Aachen.
acuthuch mebri, ds.
in Mag Ragni in Ossary, Cs. 384–5; ¶  recte Achud Mebri; ¶  v. a. Mebri.
adai patraic
secht nóib Adai Patraic, Lb. 24.
adainn (?)
Seán Adáinnech was removed from the Coarbus Maena Chluana Fearta Bréanainn to Benevento san Adáinn, Ai. 62 b; ¶  for Samnium (?).
adhairceach nas.
Fm. ii. 1126, 936, al. Inis Adharcaigh, p. 932; ¶  now Incherky on the Shannon in p. Lusmagh, b. Garrycastle, King's co.; ¶  r. Aidhirceach; ¶  Adyrchreach, Insherky, 5 miles W. of Banagher, Ac. 184.
adhair mic umhoir
in Magh Adhair in Connacht, Fir. 67; ¶  v. Adar; ¶  in c. Clare, which was often counted part of Connacht (?)
adama, or Adania
city in Spain (?) that gave great trouble to Carolus Magnus in taking it, Lis. 96 b.
the children of Adam, mankind, Tig. an. 1156.
a city in Treb Beniamin, Lb. 125.
adan locho ceand
a portrigh Caisil in Munster, I. 136 a 2.
ds., Ll. 298 a; ¶  Mag Adair (?).
siorramacht Adhair, the shrievalty of Ayr, in Scotland.
adarach modomnoc
Mil adaraigh Modomnoc, a contriubtion to the king of Cashel, Lis. 147 b; ¶  .i. a daraigh M., from the oak of M. (?).
Huí Subhachain, nr. Ardarcha or Adharca in Leinster; ¶  the Clann Mail tSenchill .i. the Clann Mughroin at Adarca in Leinster, (Mac Guire calls this place Ardarcha), Fir. 470; ¶  Brenaind mac Rosa Failghi a quo Hui Airme a taebh Adharca 7 Hui Subhachain Clann Mugroin Liphi, Clann Mugroin a Adharcaibh, I. 58 a 2; ¶  Hui Subachain i taeb Adarca in Huib Failge, Ll. 314; ¶  Hi Airmedaigh i Taeb Ardarcca in O Failgi, Lec. 199; ¶  Adarca, in Hui Failge, I. 148 b 2; ¶  Bb. 193 a; ¶  Adarca Bó abdul Iuchna, near a well at Almu Laigen, Sas. 1271; ¶  Adarcca Iuchbad, np. in Uib Failge, Sil. 91; ¶  Adarca, al. Adarca Inchna, in Úib Failge Ll. 160 b; ¶  a group of hills or hillocks in Ui F.; ¶  Adarca, al. Adarco bó Iuchna in Huibh Failge, fri Fafaind aniar tuaidh, Lbl. 416, Sa. 12 b 2.
in b. Tulla, Clare; ¶  al. Magh Adhair, Fia. 216.
one of the 2 chief rivers of Asia, Fer. 112.
Aden in Arabia; ¶ 
v. Tur Gabder.
adlaic 7 diadlaic
at Tara, i comardus Rátha Colmáin sairtuaith, i tath na lettrach frisin Ráith a nairtuaith; ¶  these are the two tiprait—viz., Adlaic in dalanái 7 Diadlaic alaile, but there is no difference between them, Ll. 30; ¶  Atá Adlaici a comardus (Ratha) Colmain saertuaidh, .i. ithach na leitreach frisin raith a nairtuaigh, da tibraid is an adlaic is andara nai 7 di adlaic araili, ar ni fhil deochair atorro, I. 143 b 2, Sa. 4 a 2. Pd. viii. 22.
adlaic in tsluaigh
a well north of Tara, Lg. 152; ¶  v. Adlaic. admór, now Auchmore on R. Level, Re. 245; ¶  .i. Áth mór (?).
adhnacht conchulaind
Ate Adhnacht Conchulaind 7 Curi MacDairi a Alpe in Erinn, I. 67 a 2.
adhnacul aicle
at Acall, beside Adhnacul Eirc. Bb. 189 b.
adnacul anachis
in Sigil or Sicil, Bb. 254 a; ¶  on Mt. Eryx in Sicily Anchises lies. adnocul an tslánaiccigh; ¶  in the church darab ainm Eclas an athias, in Jerusalem, Lb. 158.
adnocul cirine
in the church to the S. of Bethil Juda, Lb. 159.
adnacul cormaic
Cormac mac Airt was buried at Ros na Righ with his face towards the rising sun, Bb. 142 b.
adnocul dáibhid
in church to the N. of Bethil in the glenn, Lb. 159. adhnacul ebir 7 erimóin; ¶  Eber and Erimon buried in two Adhnacals on Sliabh Mis, the one on the W. and other on the E. of the mountain, Lis. 138 b.
adnacul eirc
the Adhnacul and Duma Eirc at Acall, Bb. 189 b. adnacul i Ferann Arg Ingitan; ¶  the 11th wonder Indsi Breatan, adnacul i Ferann arg ingitan vii. traigitan a cuic deg ina fad, a do deg cloch for Eas im Brebic, Ha. 823; ¶  seems corrupt. adnacul ingantach Cluana mic Nois; ¶  a wonderful cist of Clonmacnoise found thirty feet below the surface, wherein was found a corpse fifteen feet in length, Bb. 140 b.
adnocal iesau
in Sliabh Efraim, Lb. 126.
adnocul lazarais
nr. Eclas na Fresgabála, on the summit of Sliabh nOlifet, Lb. 158.
adnacul loegaire
in Chlud imechtrach airtherdescertach Rígrátha Loegaire, at Tara, Lu. 118 b.
adnocal meilge
Loch Meilge in Hui Cairpré sprung up when Cobthach Cael Breagh's grave was dug there, Lec. 36.
adnacul mic rustaing
in Ruiseach, in Cailli Follomain in Midhe, Bb. 140 b; ¶  Adhnacul mic Rusdaing, nocho fedann bean a fegadh gan gaire no trost, Ha. 726. adhnacul Thoirrdhealbhaigh Ui Chonchobhair; ¶  adbath Toirrdhealbach O'Conchobhair et ro hadhnaiceadh laimh lé hAltóir Chiarain i ccluain mic Nóis, A.D. 1156, Hb. 112.
adnaic dathi
in Reilic Cruachain, i fail Righraidhi Síl Eremon, in the centre of the Aenach, Lec. 162. adnaicthi na sruthi nóem; ¶  in the glenn E. of Bethil, where the Sruthi have a "Relecc cetharcuir" about them, and "Clocha Cumdachta forru; ¶ " this burial place is in a grotto, Lb. 159.
co Móin fri Adhradh a tuaidh, Lis. 41 a. adranacht (a river ?); ¶  tríar n-Aue mBirnn at Tig Gaillein for Luaisc hi Chlas a Síd Nesain anair, where the Loesc falls into the Adranacht, X. 160.
adriait, gs.
the Adriatic, Ll. 136.
aebber curnig
Abercorn, Baeda I. 12. iv. 26. aeclessia super argetbor; ¶  A. fo. 10 a 1, a church in Mag Breg founded by St. Patrick, where he ordained Bp. Kannanus at the first Easter at Ferta Fer Fecc.
aeclessia cerne
A. f. 10 a 1, a ch. in Mag Breg fd. by St. Patrick; ¶  Domnach Cerne, Donnycarney in d. Dublin, or Cell C., Kilcarney in Meath. aeclessia filii laithphi; ¶  A. f. 10 a 1, in Mag Breg fd. by St. Patrick; ¶  v. Cell maicc L. or Domnach m. L.; ¶  v. Domnach mór mic Laithbe nr. Slane. aeclessia im blaitiniu; ¶  A. f. 10 a 1, in Mag Breg fd. by St. Patrick; ¶  Platten, in p. Duleek (?).
aeclessia im brí dam
A. f. 10 a 1, in Mag Breg fd. by St. Patrick; ¶  St. Dulcis, brother of Carthach, is its saint; ¶  Bridam, nr. Geashill, King's co.; ¶  but did Mag Breg extend so far? aeclessia in cacuminibus aisse; ¶  A. f. 10 a 1; ¶  in Mag Breg fd. by St. Patrick; ¶  cf. Mullach aisse, Mullaghcash. aeclessia in carric dagri; ¶  A. f. 10 b 1; ¶  fd. by St. Patrick, apparently at Tara or near it; ¶  v. Cell Ua nDagri, and carrec Dagri. aeclessia in collumbus; ¶  A. f. 10 a 1; ¶  in Mag Breg fd. by St. Patrick and given to Bp. Eugenius.
aeclessia in culmine
A. f. 10 a 1; ¶  in Mag Breg fd. by St. Patrick; ¶  Mullach Tailten, Mullach Temro (?); ¶  it would now be Tully; ¶  v. Culmine. aeclessia im mruig thuaithe; ¶  A. f. 10 b 1; ¶  fd. by St. Patrick, apparently at Tara; ¶  now Broad Boyne, Stackallen Bridge, c. Meath, Ods. aeclessia patricii magna; ¶  A. f. 10 a 2; ¶  (Domnach mór Pátraic), in the terr. of Conall (? Cremthainne or Gulban) 60 feet long; ¶  as this ch. was fd. during the first Easter it seems in Ui Cremthainne; ¶  afterwards St. Patrick went out to Áth Brón. aeclessia senis nepotum ailello; ¶  A. f. 9 b 2; ¶  fd. by Roddán and administered by St. Patrick's monks Gengen and Sannuch; ¶  v. Senchell Ua nAilello.
Caicer Eps. mac Doach qui fundavit Aecliniam, I. 65 b 2; ¶  is it not aeclisiam followed by name of place or person which my scribe omits?
aeclina contuilcae
Cathar, son of Fergus Mac Enna, qui fundavit Aeclinam Contuilcae nemarc, Bb. 95 a; ¶  leg. aeclisiam.
Nathi .i. Colmán, son of Eogan, son of Druith Chosalaich, who fd. Aeclinum, Lec. 278; ¶  leg. aeclisiam (?).
ae chualand
the stone upon which Cualu's head was placed on Sliabh Chualand in Leinster, Lbl. 430; ¶  Crimthand slew Cualu Cetach and brought his head to Oe Cualand, Ll. 195; ¶  this is the name of the cloch on which the head of Cualu was placed on Sliabh Cualand, Bb. 196 b, Lec 462; ¶  Aei Cualann, one of the three Árds of Erin, Bb. 42 a; ¶  Z. 183, col. 3.; ¶  coro marbadh Cualu 7 coro fuirmedh a cheann de forsin sleibh 7 an chloch forar fuirmeadh an ceann sin issí an aei Chualann, Sa 22 a 1; ¶  .i. "Sliabh Cualann now the Wicklow Mts." (Gloss of Ch. O'Conor; ¶  a wide and wild one).
Tuath Maritene were locatedin Muscraighe Mittine, in Tiri and in Aedha (sic), Bb. 140 a; ¶  Tír Aedha (?).
the Aednai, T[F]aethnai, Lethain, forslointi of the Ulaid in general, from whom are the Gailini, Ll. 331.
aedruim locha cuan
Bronach, daughter of Milchu, the "combae Patraic" in his exile or bondage, mother of Mocha Naendroma, from Aedruim Locha Cuan, Lec. 90; ¶  I find one of my scribes miswrote Aedruim for Aendruim from Mi; ¶  leg. Aendruim or Naendruim. aedui; ¶  in Gaul, the fiery men, from Aed, g. Aido, Holder.
Ch. 10, Egypt.
gs. Fg. 74, 86, 244; ¶  Md. 14, 344; ¶  Eago, Mt. 21, 22; ¶  Ego, Au. i. 176, 214; ¶  Ega, F. 74, Au. i. 88; ¶  Egha, Mt. 21; ¶  Eigg island off Inverness; ¶  v. Ard A., Inis A., Aacc; ¶  Berchan and Conán Aego, Md. 98, 14; ¶  v. Aacc.
aeith (?)
cath anaeith Ath Cinndoire ria Cormac Ua Cuinn for Ulltoibh, Hb. 51.
aelan árda neimidh
in Crích Liathain, in Munster (is Aelan name of man or place?), Fer. 14; ¶  v. Árd Neimid, leg. ailén arda Neimidh?
the Aes Aella and the Aes Iste (of the Hui Congaile ?), Ll. 327; ¶  v. Aes Aella.
v. Ailmag; ¶  Donaghmore of Dromahaire, c. Leitrim in it, secht n-epscoip ó Aolmaig .i. i nDomhnach mór; ¶  Dallán Aolmhaighe, Md. 226, 336.
aelmoin (?)
Conchobhar Ua Briain do marbhadh ag Aelmóin, I. 87 b 1; ¶  in Clare (?).
Lasair, oeningen Daire is in Aemain (or in Naemain ?), she was of the Muscraige Tíre, X. 100; ¶  in Munster (?).
v. Óinach for names beginning with Aenach and Aonach.
v. Oendruim.
"bellum Aene; ¶  " v. Aine, Ane, Aine Ciach, Cnoc Aine, Clíu, Aradh Cliach.
v. Oengus.
at Rath Cró i mBreagaib, Bb. 228 a.
v. Oenmagh.
v. Oentreb, Antrim; ¶  Aentruimh, gs., Au. ii. 56.
.i. Egypt, K. 121.
Ciarán Aerecuil, Ll. 367; ¶  al. Arical.
aerer gaidhel
Argyle, Cps. 432.
the island of Crete or Candia, K. 121 a.
aes aella
of the Úi Congaile, Ll. 327.
aes aisde
the tribe and land of O Moriarty along the R. Mang in Kerry, Tp.; ¶  v. Aes Iste.
aes alladh
Leis airm dhuithche do chlár churic Aos Alladh an orlar oirdhearc, bile géng Bhanbha in chuil chais, Ó Fedghanmha Dún Durluis, Bran. 154 a; ¶  v. A. Ealla and clár cuirc.
aes mbera
7 Aes Glinni Sibne, Ha. 757.
aes mbernsa
Mic Mac Con isin Tuaiscert belong to the Forsloinnti of the Aos mBernsa, Ll. 384.
aes mbrengair
people of Magh Brengair, Ui Maine Brengar, Im. 88, 25; ¶  is a timcheall tShogain timsaiter cachuile go himreasain, uair isiat is corpláthar catha do cach le hAes mBrengair, I. 41 b 2.
aes cind chaille
Aes Cind Caille, in Ossary, Achad úr in it, Ll. 353; ¶  v. Aes C. Cille, Aes C., Cuille; ¶  Lachtnan Achaidh Uir in Aeschindchilli, Lec. 112; ¶  Lachtain Echach Úir, in Aes Cinn Cilli, Bb. 123 b; ¶  v. Aes Cinn Cuille.
aes chind chuille
Lachtain Achaidh Aur, and in Aes Chind Chuille in Ossary, and of Belach Abrat i Sléibh Cháin, Lb. 21.
aes cluana
in c. Clare, N. of the Shannon, nr. Limerick, extending to the p. of Kilmurry na nGall, Tp.; ¶  v. A.C. Findabrach. aes cluana findabrach; ¶  of the Hui Caissin, Ll. 323; ¶  Blad Mac Cais a quo Hui Flaind 7 Aes Cluana Finnabrach, I. 88 b 2.
aes coincinne
Aes Irruis tuaiscert 7 aes Irruis deiscert 7 Aes Coincinne ar slicht Ircuirnn mic Cormaic Finn ... mic Mogha Lamha, Sto. 40 a.
aes cuile
from Eoganachta Corco Duibhne they went to the Aes Cuile and to Ealla, Lis. 176a; ¶  in Ossory, Fir. 720.
aes cuillind
.i. Clann Urchada of the Dál Cairpri Arad, Lec. 191; ¶  Aes Cuilind, the descendants of Lugaidh mac Big al. Aes Cuilind in Aradh Cliach, Lec. 268; ¶  Aos Cuillind; ¶  Urchuan son of Ferroith, from whom are the Hui Chuanach and Aos Cuillind in Munster, Ll. 381; ¶  Aes Cuillinne, and Hui Chuanach Cuile, .i. the clann Urchadha, son of Fear Roith, in Leinster, Fir. 442.
aes cuilsi
daerthuath Caisil, Sto. 40 a.
aes ealla
dwelt between Newmarket, c. Cork, and the confines of Kerry and Limerick. Tp.; ¶  v. Aes Alladh.
aes eclais
aes Echlais; ¶  the Cenel Cobthaigh mic Briúin, .i. the Aes Eclais and Hui Baithine in Ulster, Lec. 283; ¶  Cenél Cobhthaigh mic Briuin, .i. Aes Echlais 7 Huí Baithin, I. 65 b. 2.
aes glinde sibne
Huí Builg, .i. Mac Raith mic Caithniat mic Eitirsceoil &c.; ¶ , .i. Aes Glinde Sibne and the Aes mBera, Ha 757.
aes gréine
in c. Limk., comprising Castleconnell and Singland, ancient patrimony of the O'Conaings (Gunnings), Ó Uidhrin, Ods. 574; ¶  Aes Gréine, in b. Clanwilliam, Limk., Tp.; ¶  Aes Gréne, .i. Aille mac Adnaig, &c.; ¶  (sic., scribe), Ll. 327; ¶  the Small County in Limerick from Cnoc Gréine to Limk., patrimony of the O'Conuings, whose chief castle was Caislean ua gConuing, now Castleconnell, O'Brien's Dict.
aes iarborchuis
genelach Aesa Iarborchuis, Ll. 323; ¶  Tolai Craibdech of Disert Tola in Oes Iarfhorcus (v. Disert Tola), Lb. 18; ¶  i. iar bForgus (?), behind of W. of r. Fergus (?).
aes iarrais
in W. Munster; ¶  Aes iarrais, in Iarmumain, Lis. 150 b; ¶  v. Aes I. Descirt.
aes irruis descirt
in Corco Duibne; ¶  Aes Irruis Descirt and Aes Irruis Tuaiscirt unite in Tade Rechtabrat; ¶  these are of the Corco Duibne, Ll. 324.
aes irruis tuaiscirt
of the Corco Duibne, Ll. 324.
aes iste
of the Ui Congaile, Ll. 327, v. Aes Aiste; ¶  Aes issti, Daerthuath Caisil, Sto. 40 a; ¶  Cairbre Luachra, from whom are Aos Isti, Aos Alla and Aos Gréine, Ai. 129, a; ¶  Síl Eogain brought the spoils into Muscraige, and thence to the dá ríg Aesa hIsde, Lis. 150 b; ¶  tribe-name of the O'Moriartys (?).
Huí Onchon in Aesleigi (in O'Failgi?), Lec. 199; ¶  cf. Castle of Legha.
aes mis
v. Eoghanacht Aesa Mis.
aes na himirci
Rind Dubhain a nAes na himirci, I. 111 b 1; ¶  St. Duban of Rind Dubain Ailither in Aes na himirge, Lec. 90; ¶  at the Hook in Wexf.; ¶  dubhán = hook.
aes raigni
Lachin mac Nechtain, from whom are Aes Raigni, Ll. 327; ¶  in Mag Raigni, c. Kilk. (?).
aes teth
Teth mac Daghaidh, uadh Aes Teth fri foss fuighli, i Tir trí Ros rodhuibhni, Hc. 2. 595 b.
aes tíri
Aes Tíre; ¶  Ciar of Achad hÍ in Aes Tíre, Ll. 349, Fir. 732; ¶  v. Achad Í.
aes torra, al. tarra
of the Huib Oengusa; ¶  Daurgabail a quo Dubdemoge et Aes Torra no Tarra, Ll. 328; ¶  v. Ui Torra.
aes tri maige
b. Clanwilliam, c. Limerick, Ods. 574; ¶  Clann Uilliam Aés trí Maighi, .i. the de Burgos of Castleconnell, Fm. vi 2040; ¶  the land of Ua Conaing, the present b. of Clanwilliam, Limk., Tp.; ¶  extended from Owney to Limk., O'B.; ¶  east of the Shannon, Ai. 63 a; ¶  Aos Tri Muighe mín gach fuinn, duithche chochlach Í Chonuing, Clár braongheal is saor snodhe dha thaoibh len Craobh Chumhruaidh, Bran. 155b.
the Africans, Bb. 11a.
the Africans, descendants of Teith, son of Cam, Lec. 68.
g. Affrici; ¶  Africa, Sr. 2652, 3249; ¶  Affraic, Ll. 135; ¶  It. ii 2 Heft. 22; ¶  K. 122 a; ¶  Afraicc, ds. Bb. 11a; ¶  Inis Eidheand i nairthiur Afraice, Ll. 185; ¶  g. Afraice, Ll. 135–6; ¶  na hAifraice, gsf. Sil. 271, Ston. A. p. 123.
the King of Agabia, the King of Barbarie, &c.; ¶ , Lis. 98a.
"hAgastún mar a caill mhóir, baile an cui po cúis dobróin Tegh Calma gan bhá do bheir, fa chlú tarla do'n toisc sein." Caithréim Aodha (O'Byrne), Bran 92a; ¶  in Leinster, in O'Byrne's country or near it; ¶  Haggestown (?).
a river of Persia, Bb. 272a.
agenni; ¶  a city in France on the Gaurona, Lis 98b; ¶  Agen, Lat. Aginnum.
city in Spain, Lis. 98a.
city of Armenia Major, Lis. 121a.
at Castleknock, nr. Dublin, Ah. 57.
now Edinburgh, Adr. 202.
seems in Leinster Au. i. 354; ¶  Fm., recording this battle, says: - ár for gallaib átha Cliath oc Carn mBrammit la Cerball tigerna Osraige, Fm. i. 474.
a hAgur a hEactge, a Slemuin, a hAirceltraibh, Lis. fo. 92b.
gs.; ¶  Maige Ái, Ll. 104a; ¶  i. Magh ai in c. Roscommon, Fm. i. 84; ¶  Cath Ai, Fir. 50; ¶  ds. ind Aíi, .i. in Mag Aíi (Echtra Nera, 226); ¶  Cs. 155; ¶  in centre of c. Rosc., Lc. Index; ¶  Sanbh, son of Ugaine Mór, settled in Aíu (ds.), al. Magh Aí. Ll. 22.
one of the three Dúine of the Tuath de Danann, Lec. 561.
Cath Aiblinne; ¶  bellum eiblinne montis, Sliabh Eibhlinne; ¶  but as Murichertach mac Erca defeated the Leinstermen in Cath A., Fm. .i. 174, I suspect it should be Cath Ailbhinne, on the Delvin R. at Gormanston castle; ¶  Fm. have Cath Eibhlinne, an. 526.
aicen canntiperdai
Altus was king of the Goidil, in Alpain and Bretain with their islands, i.e., from the Aicen Canntiperdai in the E. to Lochlaind and to the Indse Orcc in the N., and S. to the African Sea, Lb. 149.
aicén fuineta
clann Sem extended from Sruth Eorthannan to A. Fuineta, Lec. 70.
aicen indeacda
the Indian Ocean, Lec. 70.
aicen sarmetecda
Lochlaind extended from the Muir Chimerda N. to the Uarda and to the Aicen Sarmetecda, Lb. 149.
gs.; ¶  Sil Conaill Glaiss mic Eich heirs to iath Aiche and to Inbiur Buasse in Ulster, Ll. 135; ¶  v. Corcu Aiche.
aiche, gs.
the Cath Aiche, the Cath Muighe Ailbe and the Cath Almaine, fought by the Uí Néill, Bb. 48 a, Mm. 621.
aiche ail
Ailill Molt slain in Aiche ail, Lg. 225.
ferann do ceannaiged do lóg Fhola Críost, W. of Jerusalem on the S. projection of Sliabh Sióin, Lb. 158; ¶  i. Haceldama.
Cath Aichir; ¶  Ailil, son of Dunlaing, king of Leinster, slain in it, Bb. 35 b.
Pyrus gave Aichia to Elena, son of Priam, Bb. 249b.
the Sodain of Meath and the Sodain Aicthi belong to the Clann Conaill Cearnaich, i. to the Dál Araichi, Bb. 88 a. aician Muiridhi fhuineta Indsi Bretan; ¶  Clann Japhed peopled Europe as far as the Western Ocean Sea of the British Isle, Lec. 68.
regio na haicidhechta al. clann cuain in Ceara (O'D. note); ¶  but, Mac Dermot, Tigerna Muige Luircc, Airtig 7 na hAicidechta (i. Tír Tuathail?) in old b. of Boyle, Fm. iv. 703, note u; ¶  Fm. iii. 150; ¶  ds. Aicidect i. Clann Cuain where Cloenloch is, p. 262; ¶  O Cuinn of Clann Cuain was leth-taisech na haicidechta; ¶  p. 420; ¶  it was in Mac Dermot's country, c. Rosc.
ns.; ¶  Aicill ar aice Temair, Ls. iv. 266, iii. 82, 84; ¶  gs. lebar Aicle Ls. iii. 82 et seq.; ¶  Cath Aicle fought by Tuathal Techmhor against Elim mac Conrach, Lec. 38; ¶  v. Acall, Achall. aicme; ¶  dry. in d. Ardfert, Tax.
Duib dá boirenn, Sil. 336.
aicme duibthíre
in Tirkennedy, Fermanagh, Tp. aicme eogain; ¶  i. Cenel Eogain, Nen. 120.
aicme moenmaige
in Ui Maine, Au. i. 286.
Aidhirceach, Fm. an. 1089, 1157; ¶  Cri.; ¶  Incherky in R. Shannon, King's c.; ¶  v. Inis Adharcach, and Adhaircech.
d. Aidniu, Au. i. 408, 258, 334; ¶  Ll. 22, 18; ¶  Lec. 36; ¶  g. Aidni, St. i. 107; ¶  Ch. 478, Ll. 252 a; ¶  rí Aidhne, p. 408, Sr. 79a, Cath Aidne, Lu. i. 441; ¶  comprised b. Kiltartan c. Galway; ¶  i.e., d. of Kilmacduagh, B. lix. 886; ¶  Au. i. 258; ¶  Fia. 210, Cg. 38, Fy. 2; ¶  Tp. Of. 176; ¶  Cath Cairn Conaill i n-Aidhniu, Au. i. 258; ¶  three (recte four) tribes inhabited Aidne before the Ui Fiachrach—viz., Ciarraige, Oga Beathra, Tradraige Dubrois, and Caonraige Aird Aidhne, Fy. 52; ¶  X. 48; ¶  bounded on N. by O'Flaherty's country, on the SE. by Moenmoy, on S. and SW. by Cenel Fearmaic in Thomond, on W. by Burren and Galway Bay, Fy. 52; ¶  Tri cuirn da righ ua Fiachrach, tri cloighini fri a clodh cliathach, Tri heich a hAighni indleanda, tri failgi tri ficealla, I. 136 b 2; ¶  O hEidhinn rí Aidhne, Au. i. 534; ¶  v. Ll. 18, 22; ¶  552a; ¶  Bb. 208a; ¶  I. 160a 2; ¶  Lec. 585; ¶  36 Fir. 104; ¶  50; ¶  54; ¶  Hb. 59; ¶  Fy. 92, Fia. 216; ¶  Bb. 48a; ¶  Rc. xvi. 140; ¶  Lis. 44b 1; ¶  It. i. 107, F. 54; ¶  Mi. Ui. Cri. Ci.
a tuaid seems nr. Áth Claith, Ll. 290 a; ¶  i. Áth Cl. Medraige.
a native of Aidhne; ¶  dp. Aidnechaib; ¶  Ll. 476.
nf.; ¶  Mac Birn, from whom are the Uí Birn na hAidhnighe, Fir. 216.
in Leinster, Tuathal Tigidh, son of Maine Mael, fell in the battle of Aife, or it was at a hunt in the Forthuathaibh Laighen in Hui Cendselaig he was slain by Foidsechán, one of his own people, Bb. 35 b.
gs.; ¶  prob. nr. Knockany, c. Limk., Cg. 92.
Africa, ní bhfuilid acht trí ranna san domhan, mar atá Eoraip, Aifric, 7 Aisia, Ston. A. p. 113.
island of Egg, Scotland; ¶  mac an tigherna Aig, Au. iii. 456; ¶  v. Aacc, Au. iii. 350.
al. Aighi; ¶  r. in the Gailianchaibh Laighen, Lbl. 415; ¶  "sruth Meilge Imlige" Pd. 10; ¶  seems to be in Emly district, more probably in the plain of the Lifi, "snás dar Lifi:" de sin ata Aighi fuair ar sruth in Maighi med sluagh oro craideadh gan cuís chle ro daileadh in dian uisce; ¶  sruth lind sin gan bas co brath snastar Lifi co lond ghnath, I. 148 b.; ¶  Aige, a ford (?) on the Life, Ll. 191; ¶  a river (?) in Leinster, Ll. 160; ¶  in Leinster and in the plain of the Liffey, and a river, a tributary of the Liffey; ¶  "ford and river (?)" are guesses of my scribe from the context; ¶  r. Aige uar, infra, Ll. 160.
aiged caoin
an Inishowen; ¶  in it was Árd na dtaoisech, where O'Dogherty was inaugurated, Ar. 270; ¶  now Balleeghan (Baile aigidh chaoin) on an arm of Lough Swilly, in p. Ryemochy, b. Raphoe.
aig epifort
battle on brink of Aig Epifort, by Gorthigern, Bb. 117a.
tl. in O'Dowd's country, Lec. 174.
aige uar
on a river in "Magh Meit Snúad," Ll. 160.
aighle, gs
mors Flainn Aighle ep. Echdroma, Au. i. 198.
aighleann, gs
genealogy of Maic Taidhg (Mac Cairthigh) Aighleann, Hz. 77; ¶  Ai. 133 b; ¶  in Munster.
Lc. i. 13; ¶  Ui Fiachrach Aidhne; ¶  recte Aidhne, q.v.; ¶  Aighniu Ui Chonaill, ds.; ¶  Carn Conaill in Meadhbh and Olioll's coigeadh, Bb. 16b; ¶  cf. Cath Cairn Conaill in Aidhniu, Au. i. 258; ¶  v. Aidne.
the Caonraighe of Muirbuilg, Druim Asain, Aighne, and of other places in Ulster, Fir. 501.
dp. aignechaibh, Au. i. 328–9; ¶  probably the name of a district in NE. of c. Louth, nr. Carlingford Lough, Hennessy; ¶  acc. to Lu. p. 75 b, Fochard was anciently known as Árd Aignech; ¶  Carlingford Lough = Snamh Aignech, ibid.; ¶  v. Aidnech.
aigthi, gs.
Cath Aighthi fought by Muicheartach Mac Earca against Ardgal, King of Meath and Breagh, Lec. 138; ¶  in Brega or Meath (?); ¶  v. Ailbe.
o h'Áil co. hÁrd na Suidhe on boundary of Caill Cuan, I. 165 b 1; ¶  Tailltiu in Meath extended from Monai Móir, from Ail to Ard na Suidhe, Bb. 225 a; ¶  Ail, an Áil, the Naul, c. Dublin, the Naale, Desc. 38.
áil an chait
Alwhat, 1937 ft. high, in Galloway, Max.; ¶  v. Áil chait.
Lct. 202–3, plain in c. Kild.; ¶  v. Magh Ailbe; ¶  Ailbhe, gs. i. Magh Ailbhe, on E. side of r. Barrow, nr. Carlow, Fia. 238; ¶  in Leinster, so called from Orb Alba, son of Auigen Urgnuidh, king of Leinster, Fir. 434, X. 72.; ¶  Oenach Ailbe (in Mag nAilbe?), Cathair Mór and the Leinstermen before and after him were buried there, Lu. 41 b; ¶  .i. campus Lethglinne, B. lvi. 330; ¶  Ailbe i. campus Albus Cs. 502, 409, 411 (recte campus Albei or Albeae).
cath Ailbhe i mBregaibh, al. Cath Luachra Móire etir dá inbher, Fm. i, 177; ¶  O'D says "it is now Cluain Ailbhe, Clonalvy in b. Upper Deece, c. Meath; ¶ " but it may be Magh nAilbhe. O'D. is wrong, as Clonalvey parish is in b. Duleek, 4 3/4 m. SE. of Duleek; ¶  the dá inbher are, I think, inber nA[il]bine and inber nAinge, the Delvin and Nanny rivers; ¶  cath Ailbi, cath Cind Eich and cath in iath Aidhni, Bb. 48 a; ¶  Cath Ailbi, fought by Muircheartach Mac Earca against Ardgal, king of Mide and Breag, Lec. 138; ¶  seems Clonalvy, or Moynalvy in c. Meath, q.v.
Modai in Ailbe, Féile vii. Kal. Oct., Ll. 363; ¶  Mo-Doe i nAilbhe, Md. 258, Fg. 184, Mt. 35; ¶  one of the Ailbes given supra.
gs.; ¶  from the river Ailbine to Vadum Clied or Cleeth, Ad. 108; ¶  the Delvin R. flows into the sea by Gormanston Castle, N. of Balbriggan; ¶  ostium Ailbine, A. 9 a 2; ¶  Inber n-Ailbine (Inber, being neuter, eclipses) becomes Delvin R. as Inber n-Ainge, near it, becomes the Nanny R.; ¶  r. Inber n-Ailbine; ¶  Creach lá mac Mail na mbó hi Fine Gall go ro loisc an tir ó Áth Cliath co hAlbene, Fm. ii. 860, Ch. 278; ¶  O'Don. in note i says "not identified; ¶ " clearly Áth Cliath and Albene are boundaries of "an tír" called Fine Gall, now Fingal; ¶  Hennessy in Chi. calls it the Delvin R. northern boundary of c. Dublin; ¶  Alb, brother of Masc (or Cuar), from whom is named the R. Albine, Ll. 160 a; ¶  ds. Albine, Teh. 245; ¶  Inbher nAilbine, ceded by the Ulaid to the Laigin, about which read, Ls. i. 68, 70, 74, 76.
al. Ailmhaine (?); ¶  Elvan, Elwand, Allan Water, Melrose, cf. Jo. 9; ¶  cf. Ailbhine, Delvin R., nr. Gormanston Castle.
ail chait
Alwhat, 1,937 ft. high, in Galloway, Max.
drochair Cendfaelaid i cath Ailcheltra la Finachta Fledach, I. 25 b, Bb. 49 a 33 a; ¶  cf. inis celtra.
gs.; ¶  Hui Scannláin Ailchand Hui Maeluidhir Mughna Ll. 387; ¶  Colmán Ailche, Ll. 366; ¶  Cath Cairn Ailche la Mumain, Au. i. 208. ail cloithe (Cluathe, Cluaithe, Cluade, Cluaide); ¶  "Petra Cloithe," Ad. 43; ¶  Ail Clúade, Tl. 9; ¶  ns. Alcluit, Baeda, l. i. c. l; ¶  gs. Alo Cluaithe; ¶  gs. do Bretnaib Ailclúade, Ailchluaide, Tl. 8, 14; ¶  Ail Cluade i mBretnaib tuascirt. L. Hymn. O.S.F. p. 36; ¶  do Bretnaib Ailcluaide, Lb. 24; ¶  d. Ail Cluade Lb. 24; ¶  Alcluith, ns. i. Petra Cluith, called by the Romans Brittannodunum, now Dumbarton, Baeda, 29, 10, 27; ¶  mors Gureit regis Alocluathe; ¶  Domnall mac Auin rex Alocluathe; ¶  Bile mac Eilphin rex Alocluathe; ¶  combustio Alo Cluadhe; ¶  obsessio Ailech Cluathe, Au. i. 114, 142, 172, 251, 382; ¶  Ail Cluaithe, Sk. i. 139, 159; ¶  Ingar rí Bretain Ala Cluaide, I. 167 b 1, Sa. 71 b 1; ¶  Nemthur, .i. cathir sein feil i mBretnaib tuaiscirt, i. Ail Cluade, Ll. 97; ¶  Ail Clúaide, Rd. Rc. xv. 67; ¶  i. Dún mBretan i. Dumbarton on the Clyde; ¶  Alo Cluathe, Alo Chluaithe, gs. Au. an. 657, Tig. 694, 722; ¶  ds. Bretnaib Alcluaide; ¶  Alcluida, or Alcluith, fort nr. the Clyde, Ct. 170, 222, 376.
ail coithrigi
Cat's Rock at Usnagh Hill, c. Westm., Ro.
ail chuiléin
Alwhillan in Galloway, Max. ail dobhrain, or Alt dobhráin; ¶  Aldowran in Wigtonsh.
ail dhún
Eldon, nr. Melrose, called Edwine's Cliff in Sax. Chron., Sk. i. 300; ¶  recte, ail dúine.
from Cend Ferna to Baile and to Aile, Lu. 56; ¶  NE. of Baile, Ll. 56 (sic, my scribe); ¶  "for Meidhe an Toghain, for Baile for Aile,", on Meadhbh's route from SE. of Cruacha to Ulster, Hf. 5 a.
Greenan Elly, on the neck between Inishowen and mainland, 7 m. from Derry; ¶  ns. Ch. 180, Tl. 108; ¶  Md. 64; ¶  Cs. 769; ¶  d. Ailiuch, Ce. 48, Tl. 152, 156, 158; ¶  Sil. i. 374, Lec 26, Gn. xlii., Pd. 46; ¶  d. Ailech, Lb. 29; ¶  d. Ailich Móir, Tl. 80, g. Ailich, Bb. ii., Mt. 26; ¶  Ailig, Lc. i. 16, Ch. 104, 62; ¶  Mr. 144, 204; ¶  Au. i. 394, 458, ii. 8, Gc. 156; ¶  Ce. 48; ¶  g. Ailche Au. i. 128; ¶  ac. Ailech, Au. ii. 66, Tl. 152, Lb. 29; ¶  Aed Ailig árdrí Gaedel, Au. i. 394; ¶  Ailech = Ailech na Ríg, Tl. 152; ¶  Ua Néill, áirdrí Oiligh, Lc. i. 38; ¶  Ua Néill rídamna Oilig, Lc. i. 46; ¶  is hé Oilech gan fhell inat Ríg Túaiscirt hErenn, Fen. 362, St. B. 606; ¶  v. Lct. 35, 120, Lc. i. 17; ¶  Au. ii. 66, Lec. 105; ¶  F. 2, Tp. ct. 398, 181; ¶  B. xx. 316; ¶  Bco. 52 a 1; ¶  al. Ailech (Frigrend, na Ríg, Néit, Rigrend).
sluagh oiligh, seems in c. Rosc. Lc. i. 474.
Ellagh in S. of p. Kilmore, b. Erris, Mayo, Fy. 495.
Oiligi, gsf.; ¶  Ellagh in S. of p. Kilgarvan, b. Gallen, district of Coolcarney, c. Mayo, Fy. 421, 495.
Ainmire ó Ailigh, Md. 164; ¶  Fg. 114; ¶  gs. Ainmirech Ailich, Mt; ¶  recte Ailge, or ó Ailig.
ailech airtech
la Connachta hi ceneul hÉndi; ¶  Ailech Airtig i Tailaig na cloch im Mag Airtig; ¶  Tl. 156, 108; ¶  so in Connacht, and Cenél Endi and at "Tullanarock," q.v.; ¶  robói P. i Tír Énda Artich i Tailaich Liacc il-Lethir, TL. 158.
ailech beg
Ellaghbeg, tl. in c. Derry. ailech esrachtae, dat. or ac. Ailich E., A. fol. 9 a 1; ¶  St. Patrick came here from Nairniu Toisciurt; ¶  Hercaith de genere Nothi, pater Feradachi lived here; ¶  seems nr. Arthicc, Drummut cerigi and Nairniu Toisciurt; ¶  prob. same as ailech Airtich.
ailech finne
Colmán Ailech Finne, Ll. 366; ¶  Lec. 115; ¶  Bb. 124b; ¶  gs. of Ail find, q.v. ? or Colmán i. do Gailfine dó, i. in Ultaib, F. 161 (?); ¶  Oilich find, ds. Rc. xviii. 298; ¶  Elphin (?).
ailech frigrend
locally called "Elly," 6 m. NW. of Derry, Fia. 22; ¶  Tig. Rc. xvii. 203; ¶  Pd. 38; ¶  v. Ailech, A. Rigrend, A. Néit; ¶  g. Ailig Frigreinn, Ch. 104; ¶  Fm. i. 284; ¶  Fia. 22, Lg. 192; ¶  al. ailech Néit, Bb. 223 a; ¶  g. Ailche Fringrenn, Au. i. 128; ¶  Ailech Frigrend al. A. Néit at Loch Febail, I. 163 b 2.
ailech imchill
Pd. 34, g. Ailig I. Pd. 40.
a. mór
df. Ailich Móir, Tl. p. 80; ¶  a church in land of Enda Artech to the N. of Cruachan in Connacht; ¶  it became the property of the monks of Clonmacnois; ¶  the church of, in Arteach in Connacht, C. 359; ¶  St. Domnalis of, Ct. 131, 137, 145; ¶  this seesm in Aritech in NW. of c. Rosc.; ¶  but perhaps = Oilech na ríg tsiar 'con tuinn, i. O. of the Kings in west at the wave, .i. at Árd Oiligh, now Ardelly point in p. Kilmore Erris, Mayo, Fy. 280.
ailech mór
Elaghmore, tl. in c. Derry.
ailech muirinne
on E. side of the Shannon, Sil. 395, 396; ¶  Diarmait Ruanaid lived there.
ailech na naomh
in Scotland, Sk. ii. 77.
ailech na Ríg
Tl. 152, Lb. 29; ¶  now Elagh in Inishowen, d. Ailiuch (na Rig) Tl. 152; ¶  Oilech na Ríg, Sil. 281; ¶  Bco. 10 b; ¶  Oilech na Righ, al. Ailech, Lis. fo. 5 a; ¶  v. Ailech.
ailech néit
in Inishowen, Of. 181; ¶  Fea and Nemaind were the two wives of Nét, from whom a. Néit is named, Ll. 9; ¶  Fir. 79; ¶  Pd. 44; ¶  Ods. 682; ¶  from Meadhraidhe to Aileach Néd, was the part of Éire given to Feargna, son of Partholan, Fir. 33; ¶  a dTuaisgiort Uladh, K. 121 a; ¶  121 b; ¶  route of Nith son of Bregon after landing at Brentracht in Corco Duibhne:—from Bréntracht into Ciarraige, into Luchair Dedad, to Machaire Cliach, northwards into Tír Fer Cell, through Meath, through Críoch Luigne, over Sliabh Gúaire, by Feda Fernmaige, into Fosud Cláir Fernmaige, over the top of Sliab Betha, to Sliab Toad, into Bocachtíre Sirluim, to Crich Modorne, to Magh n-Itha and to Ailiuch Néit, Ll. 12; ¶  d. Ailiuch Neit, in Fearann Néit NW. of Loch Feabhail, Lec. 26; ¶  from Ailioch Néid in the N. to Ath cliath Laigen was the fourth part of Eire assigned to Eir, son of Patholan, K. 123 a, Fir 33, .i. Ailech q.v.
ailech rigrenn
SR p. 34, line 2358; ¶  Ce. 52; ¶  Ailech was built by Frigrenn; ¶  v. Ailech, Ailech Frigrenn, A. Néit; ¶  Conaing, rí ós Bregmaig, slain by Aed Allan in the gateway of A. Rigrend al. A. Neit, Ll. 185.
Niall Naoigiallach gave Oileachtír to Eogain mac Néill; ¶  Fiacha mac Conchobar got Aileachtír from Comscraidh Meand Macha; ¶  Lec. 143, 343; ¶  X. 172; ¶  it seems the land where Ailech was, i.e., Inishowen.
river Liff or Isla in Perthsh., Cps. 466. ailén, al. Oilén al. Oileán, i. island; ¶  all grouped here. ailéan; ¶  Oiléin, gs. Aedh Oiléin, Md. 96.
na hoiléain; ¶  Hebrides, gill na nOilean, Ston. A., p. 123.
Magnantis slew Constantin in Ailen, Lec. 48; ¶  the soldiers of Magnentius killed Constans at Helena, now Elne, in the Pyrenees.
dp. the N. Aran Islands, opposite the Rosses, in Tír Conaill, Fm. vi. 2340.
ailean an bharraigh
in Munster, St. B. 518.
a. an bheithe
Ch. 333, Illanveha in r. Shannon: it belongs to b. Garrycastle, King's Co.; ¶  v. A. na Beithe.
o. an chaca
Wm. (Burke), from Oileun an Chaca, Fir. 800.
a. an chormaic
on the Shannon at Snámh dá én, Sa. 86 a 1.
o. an iarla
in an arm of L. Measg in p. Ross, Wc. 46.
o. an oir
nr. Daingean Ui Chuis in Kerry, Fm. v. 1715; ¶  Dunmore, or Fort del Or, nr. Daingean Ui Chuis, i. Dingle, Mi.
o. an phriosuiin
an island in Lough Scur, co. Leitrim.
o. a. tuighe
Straw Island in Aranmor, Wc. 86.
a. árda nemid
i crích Ua Liathain, Ll. 6; ¶  Lis. 19 b, 20 a; ¶  Fir. 38, Lg. 20, Fm. i. 10, Sc. 8 b 1; ¶  Sd. 6 a 1; ¶  al. Oilén mór an Bharraigh, K. 121 a; ¶  i Crích Liatháin in Munster where Neimhedh died, K. 123 b; ¶  the land from Dublin to this island was the fourth part assigned to Orba, one of the sons of Partholán, K. 123 a; ¶  Fir 33; ¶  the great island on which Cove, now Queenstown, is.
o. badhba
in Loch Eirne, Lg. 118.
o. baoi bheirre
Beare Island in c. Cork, Fm. vi. 2308; ¶  Mi; ¶  opposite Dunboy Castle and Berehaven.
o. bric
al. Oiléan Ui Bric; ¶  the most southern point of c. Waterford, ML. 23; ¶  a boundary of Urmuma, Ll. 190; ¶  S. of the S. Decies, where the king of S. Decies had his Dúnphort, Ro.
o. clapaigh
Clappy Island, in Lough Erne, c. Fermanagh, Mi. Fm. v. 1342.
a. cobthaigh
"for Druim Chairpri i Mumain," Sa. 88 b 1.
o. creta
Crete, Ston. A. 34.
o. cúna
in Loch Erne, Con. 72 b; ¶  v. o. Badba.
o. dabeócc
is an ccenn thoir do Loch Geircc, Md. 2; ¶  v. Loch Geircc.
a. dá bernach
iomairecc Ailiuin dá Bernach in ro marbad Dubdadós mac Murgaile (7) dá Ua Cellaig Cualand, Fm. i. 340; ¶  v. a. dá berrach.
a. da berrach
Cath Aileoin da berrach in quo cecidit Dubdados mac Murghaile do Uibh Cellaigh Chualonn, A.D. 744, Hb. 77; ¶  bellum Ailiuin da berrach in quo cecidit Dub-dá-doss mac Murgaile; ¶  dá auae Cellaig Cualann interfecti sunt, Au. i. 204; ¶  O'D. and Hen. say "situation unknown"; ¶  prob. in Crích Cualann or nr. it.
a. dá branóg
Brannick or Brannock Island at W. extremity of great isle of Aran, in Galway Bay, Wc. 68.
o. dá chruinne
a mile N. of Rinvile Castle on Killary Bay, Wc. 120. Ó Maille slain on o. da Cruindi, Con. 8 a. Lc. i. 332.
a. daingen
Au. i. 152, 164; ¶  built 702, destroyed 713; ¶  nothing to identify it.
o. doimhle
Tainic Mainnsena, máthair Brénainn Biorra go Saighir acus dob áil lé dol go h-oilén Doimhle, Md. 188; ¶  Inis Doimhle.
o. draighnighe
Mocaemóg Oileáin Draighnighi, Bb. 125 b.
o. duinechair
Tig. Rc. xvii. 406; ¶  in Loch mac n-en, between Fermanagh and Leitrim.
o. eile
probably "Island" in p. of Culeneraine, b. Clonlisk, King's Co., ML. 23, O'Curry; ¶  island nr. Roscrea (?).
o. faoít
Whiddy Island, on E. side of Bantry Bay, Fm. vi. 2306.
o. fithae
or. o. Fitae; ¶  Mutton Island in Corcobaiscin, c. Clare, Fm. i. 410; ¶  Inis Caerach or Mutton Island, opposite Kilmurry-Ibrickan, in W. Clare, O'D.
ó. í.
K. 160 a; ¶  Iona.
o. imill
or bordering island; ¶  on it were the two lighthouses of Slyne Head, c. Galway, Wc. 110.
o. indsi dúine
in Tuath O Fichilligh, in Munster, Bb. 112 a; ¶  in Corca Laoighe; ¶  the territory of O'Donghalaigh extended from Oiléun Innsi Dúini to Beul Átha na hUidhre, and from Greallach na Cruimhe to Achadh Ailbhe, Fir. 677, as the Saltair of Caisil and the Book of Oiléan Indsi Dúine certify, Bb. 111 a.
a. inna hinse
monastery of c. Leitrim, Parl. Gazetteer of Ireland, ii. 613.
a. in tsnáma
alias Ailen na ndeman, in the bay under Cruach Patraic or Croagh Patrick, Mayo, Sas. 7771.
o. lacan
now Inis Lachan, or Duck Island, nr. Slyne Head, in tl. of Baile na léime, c. Galway, Wc. 109.
o. lermogha
in Loch Senmogha in Tír Ainmirech mic Tuathail, Bb. 51 b; ¶  Fir. 158.
o. leathardain
in Umhall of Clanngibbon, Ar. 188; ¶  in tl. of Ballyballinan, p. of Aghagower, c. Mayo.
o. locha iamhrugan
for Oilén Locha Lamhrugan a Claíninis Muinntiri Cianáin for Loch Eirne, Au. iii. 168.
a. mic craich
"construitur," Au. i. 176.
o. mór an bharraigh
al. Oilén Arda Neimidh, K. 121 a.
o. muile
the Clann Mec Gille Eóin in oilennaib Muile; ¶  Mull in Scotland, Fir. 406.
cath ailenne, between two sons of Murchad mac Brain, Au. i. 180; ¶  v. Ailenn.
a. na halpan
the hebrides, np. oileáin na hAlpan, Ston A., p. 129. o. na beithe, Illanaveha, in the Shannon, King's c., Fm. ii. 1041; ¶  Mi.
o. na mbráthar
Friars' Isle in W. of Iar-Connacht, Wc. 114.
o. na mbuagh
á Crich Lochland frisi araiter Innsi Orc., Sto. 16 b 2.
o. na gcannóg
Puffin Island, in p. Killemlagh, b. Iveragh, c. Kerry, Ods. 591.
o. na cathrach
Caher Island, off the coast of b. Murrisk, Mayo, Fy. 495; ¶  Cahir isle, N. of Inisbofin and E. of Inistuirc, Wc. 117.
o. na circe
in We. Connacht, belonging to Ó Flaitheartaigh, Con. 2 b.; ¶  Castlekirk Island in Loch Corrib, Ci.
o. na cléirech
Tig. R.C. xviii. 301, in Galway river.
o. na gcruach
in mouth of Ballinahinch river, c. Galway, in or nr. Moyrus parish; ¶  between Roundstone and Berterbuy bays, Wc. 104.
a. na ndeman
al. Ailén in tsnáma, facing Croagh Patrick in Clew Bay, Sas. 7771.
o. na n-enuigedh
in Finnloch Cearae; ¶  now Annies in p. Robeen, b. Kilmaine, Mayo, Fm. vi. 2040.
o. na bfear
in India Major, in the Indian Sea, Lis. 131 a.
o. na glaise
Illannaglashy, in SE. of Loch Conn, in b. Tirawley, Fy. 495.
a. na n-ingen
Cps. 73, seems in Scotland.
o. na ningen
in the Indian Ocean, Lis. 131 a.
o. na hinnse
seems in fairy-land, Os. vi. 82.
o. na naomh
so Ireland was universally known after the coming of St. Patrick, K. 156 a.
o. na naomh
in Loch Ribh (Loch Ree in c. Longford, Mi.); ¶  Con. 55 b; ¶  Fir. 168, 565; ¶  Fm. ii. 754.
o. na naomh
one of the Western isles of Scot., Max.
o. na scot.
Ireland, K. 150 b.
o. na trinóitte
in Loch Cé, b. Moylurg, c. Roscommon; ¶  Trinity Island, Ar. 220, Con. 6 a, 8 a; ¶  Au. ii. 536, Fm. iii. 258, 438; ¶  vi. 2132; ¶  O'D., Fm. iii. 439, in error, renders Loch Cé by Loch Ree.
o. na trinóide
in Loch Uachtair; ¶  Trinity Island in Loch Oughter, c. Cavan, Mi.; ¶  Fm. iii. 292.
a. na hurclaide
Lism. Lives of Sts. 2117.
o. puirt pádraig
.i. Ireland, Fy. 292.
o. rosa cré
Caindech of Oilén Rosa Cré, Lis. 110 b, an island at Roscrea.
o. s. stefan
Mainistear S. Phroinsias a nOilén S. Stefan, i Condae na Gaillbhe, (Sa. Fragment at end).
o. tuaiscirt umhaill
from the Insi Modh they proceed to the N. island of Umhall in Connacht, Con. 7 b; ¶  v. o. Ui Maille.
o. uí bric
boundary of Ur-Muma, Lh, 190; ¶  v. Oiléan Bric; ¶  S. of South Decies; ¶  here the king of S. Decies had a Dúnphort or stronghold, Ro.; ¶  v. Ailén Bric.
o. huí maille
Clare Island, in Clew Bay, c. Mayo, Au. iii. 68; ¶  Oilen Ui Mailli in Umhall Connacht, Con. 50 b.
al. ailend; ¶  d. ailind, ailinn, Ll. 44, 49, 127 b; ¶  das. Ailinn, Ll. 296 a, 305 a; ¶  a seat of the King of Leinster, Ll. 296 a; ¶  Find in Alind, Ll. 311 b, Rr. 58; ¶  Cath Ailinne, K. 132 b, Fm. i. 58, 322; ¶  bellum Ailenne, Au. i. 180; ¶  Dún Ailinne, Fia 56; ¶  Múr n-Aillinde, I. 148 b 2; ¶  Ailenn, daughter of the King of Leinster, "roadnacht in Ailind," Sa. 13 a 2; ¶  its downfall foretold, Bd. 18 b; ¶  seat of the Kings of Leinster, on Cnoc Ailinne, a bit N. of Old Kilcullen and 5 m. E. of Kildare, while Almu (Hill of Allen) is 5 m. N. of that town; ¶  the largest fort in Ireland after Emain Macha, Ce. 36, Lct. 202.
ail find
also named Imlech Ononn, Tl. 94; ¶  ds. p. 98; ¶  Assicus ó Ail fhind, 148; ¶  Ecclesia Alo Find, fons Alo Find, A. 11 b 1, 11 b 2; ¶  Au. ii. 222; ¶  g. Oile Find, Lc. i. 308, 367, 494; ¶  Au. ii. 364, 408; ¶  ola find, Au. ii. 222; ¶  gs. Oilfind, Au. ii. 302, 304, 318, 364, 366, 388, 468; ¶  Ail Find, Fm. iii. 258, 262, 274; ¶  Oilefinensis, Lc. i. 396; ¶  Ole Finn, gs. Lc. i. 406, 504, 544, 526, 540, 190; ¶  g. Oile Finn, Lc. i. 498, 372, 450; ¶  Fm. iii. 100, 308, 316; ¶  Fm. iii. 326, 352; ¶  g. Oli Find, Lc. 645; ¶  g. Oili finn, Fm. iii. 348; ¶  on the boundary of Mag Luirg, Ui Briúin na Sionna, Clann Cathail and Mag Aoi an Fhindbhendaigh, Ar. 280, 78; ¶  in Au. iii. 72 it seems in Corco Achlann; ¶  Ailfinn a ccóiccrích Maighe Luircc, Fm. vi. 2250; ¶  village and diocese of Elphin, in c. Roscommon; ¶  al. Ros na hechraide, Sas. 3888; ¶  Alfinnia, Ct. 89, 114, 134, 270; ¶  C. 378, B. vii. 562.
das.; ¶  nr. Árdd Eolairg and Lec Bendrige, Ah. 86; ¶  nr. Firlee.
ailgind innsi dúine
Tuath O Fithceallaig extends from Golin na Gaithnama co hAilgind Innsi Dúine, Ha. 759.
Cath Aili in Muig Inis, or Cath Muigi Inais wherein fell Aimirgin Mac Conrach, and another battle in Muig Inis wherein fell Aengus Ulachtach; ¶  aili may be = another; ¶  v. Aile; ¶  Cath Aili in Druim Laeghaire for Diarmaid Mac Cearbaill ria nAengus 7 Fergus dá Mac Crimthainn mic Ennae ria Carpillain Mac Dunlaing, Z. 468, col. 3. ailic crich. Fiacha got possession of Ailic crich from Cuscraid, Hc. 2, 725.
gs.; ¶  Mochua Ailine, Lec. 117; ¶  v. Ailiuin.
Bec Boirche, King of Ulster, died in Ailithir, Fir. 596; ¶  .i. in a foreign land; ¶  Bécc Bairchi, King of Ulster, died in Ailithri, Ll. 41; ¶  so my scribe, but is it not ailithri pilgrimage?
gs.; ¶  moChua Ailiuin, Mt. xviii. 22.
aill an bhalláin
Marg a Naill (.i. Marg de Chios), in c. Limerick, belonging to Tighearna Burcach of Castle Conaing, Hb. 13 b (?).
aill claidib lugdach
in Ros Reided, in Críoch Cairpre Droma Cliab, in Connacht, Lec. 123; ¶  the land extending West from Drochad Martra, in Cland Fiachach, to Brugh Chind Sléibhe, and from Muirbeach Ruis Birn to Aill Claidhibh Lugach, was given by Fland Dubh to St. Diarmaid, son of Eoghan, son of Murchadh, Bb. 128 a.
Orbraighe na hAilldin and Orbraighe Iorruis, of the Clan Fergusa, Fir. 502; ¶  I. 66 b.
Dibh sin gasradh as gloine, Síol cCarthaigh chlair Mhusgraidhe; ¶  an tír go hAilldin uile, d'Íbh Cairbrig is Corc Luighe, in Munster, St. B. 529.
gs.; ¶  the cave of, in b. Murrisk, c. Sligo, Ci.
Colmác epscop Aille, Fir. 691; ¶  Mobí maccaem Aille, I. 109 b. 2.
d. Aillind, Bb. 46 b; ¶  nsf., Ailenn, Ll. 299 a; ¶  Aillend seems incorrect spelling of Ailend, 5 m. E. of t. of Kildare. aill farannain, i.e., Saltus Farannani; ¶  in N. of c. Sligo, B. lxii. 347.
aill in bhruic
i Luachair Degadh, Lis. 213 a; ¶  Sas. 1766; ¶  Find died there.
aill mic asuaill
Luidh don Recon co hAill mic Asuaill cor marbhadh and la Tuatha De Danann, Unde Tuaim Regain, Sa. 79 b 1; ¶  at Tuaim Ragain in Breifne, Lec. 524.
aill mic cuirc
one of the Portrigh of the King of Cashel, I. 136 as; ¶  Lis. 143 a; ¶  same as A. mic Cuirr.
aill mic cuirr
seat of K. of Munster, Lct. 90, Lec. 377; ¶  nr. Grafann al. Knockgraffon in c. Tipp. (?).
aill nuaitin
Muadán ó A.N., Md. 64; ¶  i. Aill Muadáin (?); ¶  ch. of Muadan and Bp. Cairpre, pupils of St. Finbarr at Cork, Cb. c. 18.
(Campus, Domnach, Domnach mór) Ailmaige, A. 15 a 1; ¶  in Connacht from the context, and in Callrigi trí Maige and between Druim leas and Mag Aine, ibi; ¶  and this discredits O'D.'s guess that it is in b. of Clonlonan, Westmeath; ¶  in Callrigi were Druim Dara, in which is Druim lias, Tl. 144; ¶  Drumlease and Dromahaire are in b. Drumahare; ¶  Aelmagh in Connacht, Fir. 780; ¶  Ailmag la Callraige, Ll. 18 a bis; ¶  Aolmhagh i Callraigib, Fm. i. 50, 386, Lec. 32, 579, Lg. 92, K. 132 a; ¶  Domach mór Ailmaige, A. 15 a 1, Fg. 162; ¶  Aolmag, .i. Domnach Mór, i mBreifne Ui Ruairc, Fep.; ¶  now Donaghmore, in b. Dromahaire, c. Leitrim; ¶  Ailmag la Callraige, Ll. 18 a, Sc. 21 a 2, Sb. 4 a 2; ¶  i nDomnach Mór, Md. 226; ¶  a plain cleared of woods by Oengus Olmuccaidh, Lec. 63, Fm. i. 50, K. 132 a; ¶  Aolmagh, Fg. 238. Calraige is a p. in b. Carbery, Sligo; ¶  Druimleas is Drumlease p. in b. Dromahaire (Druim-dara), c. Leitrim; ¶  Dromahaire village is one or two m. from b. Carbery; ¶  from the references supra Áilmag is in Connacht, in Breifne Ui Ruairc al. c. Leitrim, in or nr. Calry, Drumlease, Dromahaire. So O'D. errs in saying, "Probably Calraige an Chala in b. Clonlonan, Westmeath," Fm. i. 387.
ailmag finn
O Cuilein do chosaid bládh; ¶  ar Eoganacht fhéil Arádh; ¶  a bh-fíadh in Aolmhuighe Fhinn; ¶  O Caoluinde an fial foirtill, Bran 154 b. ail na mireann, or Leac na gCoigeadh, i.e., Uisneach, the mere-stone on the hill of Uisnech. The Bishop of Meath is called, according to Camden, the Bishop of Ail-na-Mireann, or of Leac-na-gCóigeadh. It is called Ail-na-mireann because it is the boundary stone between the provinces from which parts have been taken to form Meath, K. 181 b; ¶  Ail na Mirenn, the cliff or stone on Hill of Uisnech where the five provinces (Cúig Cóiceda) met; ¶  this stone was at the castle of Killary according to Gerald Barry.
ailt etaine
Cruachu, or Croichean Crodearg in Ailt Etaine, went with Midir of Bri Leth; ¶  Bb. 265 b.
ailt midchuarta
Rc. xvi. 159.
ailt midluachra
Ailt Midluachra, in Temair Luachra, or in Temair Breagh; ¶  Lec. 506.
the "Three hAimreidi" of Erin are Breifne, boirend and Beirre, Bb. 42 a; ¶  Z. 183, col. 4.
an Ain, Naan in Loch Erne, Ro.
Alexander reched the city of Ainbina, E. of the estuary of the river Ageisinis, Bb. 272 b.
"for Ceandfearna for Aisi fo dheas, for Ainde" on Meadhbh's march from SE. of Cruachain to Ulster, Hf. 5 a.
al. Ane, Áne Cliach; ¶  a seat of the King of Munster nr. Bruff; ¶  Knockaney in b. Small County, c. Limk., Lct. 93, Fm. i. 56, Lec. 377; ¶  Aine is the land on which is the cnoc on which is an ancient fort; ¶  Oenach áne at which King Eochu was slain, Ll. 20 a; ¶  Eoganacht aine, of whom O Ciarmaic was chief, Lct. 66; ¶  Fir. 604, Au. ii. 110, 108, 80, Fm. i. 278, ii. 1115, 1117; ¶  Any, a dry. in d. Emly, Tax. Cath aene itir Arada (Cliach) 7 Ui Fidgenti, Au. i. 120; ¶  maidm aine, Cg. 90; ¶  caislén aine, Lc. i. 117; ¶  ii. 222; ¶  one of the three Druimmi of the Tuatha Dé Danann, Bb. 19 a., Lec. 25; ¶  V.I. 136 a 2; ¶  K. 150 b, Kj. i. 476, Ch. 100, D. and G. 53; ¶  Kp. 53; ¶  cf. Aine Cliach, Arada Cliach, Clíu, Cnoc Aine, Domnach Mór Aine.
aine clainne conaire
no tribute is paid by its people to the King of Cashel, Bb. 148 b.
aine cliach
al. Aine, q.v.; ¶  Druim Collchailli ris a n-apar Aini Cliach i crích Dési Bici, Ll. 264 a, 288 a (al. Bk. of Glendalough, fol. 105), Ods. 701; ¶  Sas. 258 a, Rc. xiii. 436; ¶  region round Knockany Hill, c. Limerick, Lc. i. 117; ¶  so called from Aine daughter of Eogabál Ll. 288 a; ¶  Ua Cearmaic rí Aine Cliach, Au. ii. 80. Dún Áine Cliach fortified by Brian mac Cinneide St. B. 439; ¶  v. Fir. 441, 758; ¶  B. xlii. Index.
ainech lagen
d.; ¶  Ainiuch Lagen, the place beyond the Tolka and beyond the Leinster border whence the Leinstermen sought to recover their wives and property from Atherne the Importunate (cf. Ráith Ainigh Raheny, co. Dublin?). The Ulstermen defeated at Ainech Lagen retreated to Howth, Ll. 115 a.
gsf.; ¶  doluid do Inis Pátraic 7 docóos uad do Inbiur Ainge, Tl. 34; ¶  so it is a river in the region of Inis Patraic, Dublin, and not far from Inber Domnand in same co., ibi.; ¶  v. Inber n-Ainge; ¶  dat. Angi, Fm. i. 480, Ch. 150; ¶  from Ch. and Fm. it appears to be in Ciannachta; ¶  Ainge, i. in Ainge; ¶  the Nany, in dry. Duleek d. Meath, Tax. The Nanny Water flows between bb. of Upper and Lower Duleek, in Meath; ¶  the N. initial is N. of Inber n-Ainge, or ind. Ainge cf., Ailbine = Delvin a river nr. the Nanny; ¶  v. Inber n-Ainge.
Colmán Aingleain, Ll. 367, Bb. 124 b; ¶  Colmán Ainglen, Lec. 116.
the English tongue, Corm. 26, v. langfiter.
a river that flows NE. of Tara, Lbl. 420; ¶  the Ainge, q.v. (?).
Mochua Airbi, Ll. 367; ¶  leg. Airbri, q.v.
or Ard Bili; ¶  seat of K. of Munster, Lct. 90; ¶  there is a place so named nr. Ballymacelligott, c. Kerry.
Cuán Airbre i n-Uibh Ceindsealaigh a Laignibh, Fg. 134, Md. 192; ¶  from him is named Kilquan in c. Wexf., O'D. ibi; ¶  Mochua Airbre, Lec. 117; ¶  Airbri, gs. Airbriu ds. in the Fothartaib of Wexf.; ¶  Cuoan was anchorite there, Cs. 405, 406; ¶  B. lvi. 336, 338.
fri Bri Eile anoir, E. of Bri Eile, Lbl. 90.
Tuathal Techtmhar fought 7 battles in Airbri, against the Clauda Tregmuine, Fir. 49, Lg. 143.
Aircardan; ¶  W. and near the river Ness, Ad. 215; ¶  114 b; ¶  now Glen-arochdan and Glen-Urquhart; ¶  Stokes says it is Pictish.
one of the Grecian peoples, Lec. 69.
Fm. i. 58; ¶  Aras-Keltair (O'Flaherty), q.v., at Downpatrick.
Cend Faelad mac Cruannmaeil reigned 4 years, until he was slain by Fiannachta in Aircheltra (ds. Aircheltra, Sil. 402), Ll. 25 a; ¶  Sil. 402; ¶  Ceann Faoladh, slain in the battle of Airchealtra at Teach Ua Maine, Lg. 192; ¶  hi ccath Airceltra oc Tigh Ua Maine, Fm. i. 282, Lec. 616; ¶  Sirna mac Dein defeated the Ultonians i cath Aircheltra, Ll. 19; ¶  Z. 470, col. 2; ¶  Lec. 64, 581; ¶  Lg. 107, Fm. i. 58; ¶  a hAgur, a hEactge, ... a Slemiun, a hAirceltraibh; ¶  Lis. fo. 92 b.
cath in Aircheltra, Fia. 70; ¶  in Meath somwhere, O'D.; ¶  in Ui Maine, v. supra.
ds.; ¶  where Blathnat betrayed Cúrói to Cuchulainn, Ybl. 125 a; ¶  v. Airgetglenn.
in Árainn, ds.; ¶  Arkin in Aran, nr. Killeany in Inishmore, Galway Bay; ¶  Caislén in Aircín, Fm. v. 1604, vi. 1987, Wc. 65.
Moernóc Aircsirend (Aircsireim in Bb. 1256; ¶  Moirseanog Aircsirein, Ai. 151 a), Ll. 368; ¶  Lec. 118.
in fairyland (gloss) regio "bountiful land"—Ma adcetha Aircthech íar tain forsnig dracoin ocus glain, dosnig am-muir fri tír toind trilsi glano asa moing.—Imram Brain.
g. na hArda; ¶  das. Áird; ¶  v. Ard.
Findan mac Laindeamain a quô Ua Findain isan Aird, I. 67 a 2.
airde caemáin
i fail Locha Carman, Fg. 114, v. Airdne Coemáin.
Finghin ri Mumhan sé bliadhna gur eug se in Áirdeachras, Hx. 710; ¶  leg. Airdechros; ¶  in Munster (?).
S. of Mullach Maisten in Leinster, Lis. 197 a.
aird mic uidhir
Cath Ratha Cúile ria hAnmchadh, a ttorchair Uarghus mac Fiachrach Enboth na ndesi (sic.) a nAird mic Uidhir, A.D. 747, Hb. 77.
Cronán Airdne, Gobbán abb Airdne, Md. 70, 140; ¶  Cronán Airdni, Mt. xvii.; ¶  Fg. 50; ¶  i. A. Dairinsi, Gobán Airdni D., Mt. xxv.
airdne coemáin
Airde Caemáin i fail Locha Carman, Fg. 114; ¶  Airne Coemáin i n-Uib Cendselaig for brú Locha Carman, F. 102; ¶  Airdne Coemáin, Mt. 26; ¶  a monastery in Leinster, C. 584, founded by S. Coemán, ibi.; ¶  it occupies a peninsula opposite Wexford town. Ua Ruarcáin, airchindech Airdne Coembáin, Fm. ii. 868; ¶  O'Clery's Calendar at 12th June says A.C. is le taobh Locha Garman; ¶  now Ardcavan, a curacy in d. Ferns, in b. Shelmalier, 11/2m. NE. of Wexford town.
airdne coimhain
i.e., Arania, an island of Connaught, Ct. 137; ¶  Ardcoemain, monastery in Connaught, Ct. 271, S. Coeman; ¶  Airtne Coemáin; ¶  Atracht ingen Taláin de Gregraigiu Locha Teichet síur Cóemain Airtni Cóemá(i)n, Tl. 108; ¶  Stokes says it is Ardcavan in Wexford; ¶  but Loch Teichet and Ct., supra, point to A. Cóimháin in Connacht. airdni (Caemáin), Coemell, mother of Coemgen and Caemán Shantethan of Airdni (i. Ardcavan, nr. Wexford), Ll. 372.
airdne coluim
Fg. 214; ¶  Ciarán abb Airdne Coluim, Fm. i. 544; ¶  O'D. says now Ardcolum, old church, in ruins, on N. side of Wexford haven, ibi; ¶  Ardcollum, 5 m. NNE. of Wexford town.
airdne dairinsi
Md. 86, Fg. 62, Mt. 19; ¶  Airdni Dairinsi, Mt. 25 = Airdne, Fg. 106; ¶  cf. Dairinis.
St. Colmán Airdreithi, Bb. 124 b; ¶  C. Áirdreithe, Ai, 150 a; ¶  v. Árd Reithe.
gsf. Airgge, Argge, Eirge, name of river, F. 213. aireagal; ¶  Fm. 1380; ¶  Aireagal, Errigal, tl. in c. Cavan. aireagal; ¶  Errigal, a mountain in Donegal.
Commán mac Dimma Aricuil, Md. 128; ¶  Fg. 96.
ns.; ¶  Fm. iv. 678; ¶  in Ulster, ibi. S. Ciarán Aireachuil (Cíarán .i. Cíaróg), Bb. 124 b, Lec. 116. (Cainech Airecuil, 15 May; ¶  Ll. 360; ¶  Mt. 15 May).
airecal adamnáin
Errigal p. in b. Coleraine, tl. of Ballintemple, co. Derry, Adr. lxiv.; ¶  "S. Onan's Rock" is there. airecal da-chiaróc, S. Moe[l]fogartach of, in Tyrone, C. 796; ¶  Maelfothartaigh abb Aireccail Da-Chiarog, Fm. i. 416, Cellach abb Aireccail Cíarócc; ¶  as. Aireceal Dá-Ciarócc, Fm. i. 416, 456, iv. 678, v. 1556; ¶  Ch. 134. Mael-Fothartaig princeps ind Airecuil Do-Chiaróc, Au. i. 296 'D's chamber,' now Errigal, in p. Errigal-Keerogue, b. Clogher, c. Tyrone nr. village of Augher. airicul do-senchiárocc; ¶  Au. i. 340, = Airegal-Ciaróg, Fm. i. 456; ¶  same as Ciarán Airecuil, Ai. 150 b.
áiregal muadáin
Muadan Eps. A., Fep; ¶  now Errigal, c. Monaghan; ¶  Airecal M., Fg. 166, Mt. 33; ¶  Ll. 362; ¶  Aireccal M., Md. 228; ¶  A. Moedáin, C. 253.
gs; ¶  S. Colum Airech, Bb. 124 a.
Hannri Baired do ghabail le Mac Baitin a Tempoll Airigh; ¶  Tigernán Oiridh, Airech = Oiredh, here, and Tigernán Airid Ll. 358, q.v., Au. iii. 64; ¶  .i. Airech locha con.
Mac Gilla Coisceli airchindeach Airigh Brosca, Lc. ii. 57, Au. iii. 14, 281, 280, 324, 286; ¶  Derrybrusk, b. Tirkennedy, c. Ferm.; ¶  Mac Gilla Coisccli Airigh Broscca; ¶  Aire Brosccaigh (recte Aírigh Brosca); ¶  hi port Airidh Brosccaigh; ¶  O Fiaich oirchinneach ar trían Airidh Bhrosccaigh; ¶  biocairi Airidh Broscca, Fm. iv. 692, 1119, 1130, v. 1286, 1326; ¶  v. Aired Brosca.
airech locha con
g. Airidh L.C., Fm. iii. 3; ¶  Errew on Loch Con in p. Crosmolina, b. Tirawley, c. Mayo, dedicated to S. Tighernán; ¶  dsf. in Airigh Locha Con, Fm. iv. 778; ¶  Tempul Airigh L.C., Tigernan Aírigh, Fm. iv. 812.
airech maelain
oirchinnech na hArda 7 Trín Airigh Maeláin (viz., O Breislen ollam brethem an Fer Manach, Au. iii. 160), Au. iii. 148; ¶  airchideochain Clochair 7 persún Airigh Mhaeláin, Fm. iv. 922, Au. iii. 150; ¶  O Banáin Airigh Maelain, i. neach do bí i n-a bhicair i nDaire Mhaelain (v. Daire Maeláin), Au. iii. 444; ¶  Ua Brisléin, árdairchindech Airigh Mhaolain, Fm. iv. 954; ¶  Derryvullan, Rectory in d. Clogher, b. Tirkennedy, c. Fermanagh, Mi., Ui.
aireacht aibhne
Ti. 56; ¶  the O'Kanes of c. Derry.
aireacht mec rémainn
Mac Remuinn (Burke) of A. Mec R. in N. Clann Uilliam, Connacht, Fir. 806, in W. of Clann Riocaird, Fm. vi., 2194; ¶  nr. Sliab Echtgi, Ar. 239; ¶  in b. Kiltartan, Ar. 182, c. Galway.
airecht ronghoille
O Seanachan, chief of it, Tor. 62; ¶  seems in Munster or c. Clare.
airecht ui catháin
Lc. i. 226 n3; ¶  sept and terr. of the Ui Catháin, O'Kanes, in b. Keenaght; ¶  between the Foyle and the Bann; ¶  Tempull in Buidhe in it, Md. xliii.; ¶  v. Domnach Caoide; ¶  subjugated by Aed Ruadh O'Donnell, Bb. 180 a; ¶  Oireacht Uí Chatháin, Ocahanus Arachtae Princeps, O'S. III. i. 2; ¶  Oirecht hUi Catháin, Au. iii. 230, 246, 340, 548, O. Uí Chatháin, 7 Trian Conghail, An. iii. 610, v. Mi., Ci. airecht ui conchobair; ¶  Lc. i. 226 n3.; ¶  Iraght-iconnor, c. Kerry.
in Munster; ¶  maithi Muman, ba fír soin, im Fheidhlimid mac Crimhthainn: cech domnach teigdis re hedh, co. hAireadh do cheilebrad, Lis. fo. 142 b.
Mt. 28; ¶  = Aired Bainne, Fg. 130; ¶  Boinne is given as name of an additional saint, Mt. 28; ¶  Aired; ¶  Mt. 28; ¶  = Aired foda, Fg. 128 = Tigernán Oirid, Au. iii. 64; ¶  Tigernach Airidh, Mt. xx.; ¶  Aired; ¶  Cíar, daughter of Duibrea in Airiud, subject to St. Brigid, Ll. 353; ¶  Moernoc Airid, Ll. 368; ¶  v. Aired Sinnaig.
aired bainne
Dermor ingen Maine (ó) Airiud B., Md. 188; ¶  feil ingen maith Maine Airid Bainne, Fg. 130; ¶  v. A. Bóinne.
aired bóinne
i toeb Cluana Iraid, Lh. 117; ¶  nr. Clonard; ¶  trí ingena Maine in Airiud Bóinne, i. Dermor 7 Ethne 7 Cumman, Mt. xxviii.; ¶  v. A. Bainne; ¶  Airer na Bóinne, Airther Boinne.
aired brosca
for Loch Eirne, Md. 124, Fg. 94 .i. Airech Brosca, q.v.; ¶  Senech of A.B.
aired cassáin
Aedlug Eiridh C. Fg. 24.
aired cechtraige
The Duibgeinti landing in Ciarraighe plundered Cassel na Ríg, Aired Cechtraige and Liath Mochaemóc, Ll. 310; ¶  in Munster; ¶  Long eli ro gab i cCiarraigi 7 ro hinred leo co Luimneach 7 Cell Iti 7 Imleach Ibair 7 Caisel na rig 7 Aired Cechtraigi, 7 Liath Monamoc (Deirc?) inis Fedlemeda mic Crimthaind, Z. 354.
aired drochait
Midnat of. A. d, Mt. 16 = Rind Droichit, Fg. 40; ¶  S. Midnat of A.D., C. 34.
aired foda
Fg. 42, 128, Md. 56, = (Aird Fota, Mt. 16?), q.v.; ¶  Heise Airedh foda, Md. 56.
airedh fotha
Inghen Chathbath Airidh Fhotha, Md. 184.
aired indaich
Fg. 10, Md. 8, Airiud (sin), Mt. 11, ds.; ¶  Diarmait Ep. in Airiud Ionduigh, Fep; ¶  Md. 8.
airedh locha con
Md. 98; ¶  v. Airech L. C., Airemh L. Con., gs. Oired Locha Con, Errew Abbey on L. Con, Fy. 10; ¶  S. Tigernán's church in Oiredh L. Con, Fy.; ¶  12; ¶  v. Airemh L. Con; ¶  g. Airidh Locha Con, in p. Crossmolina, b. Tirawley, c. Mayo, Fm. iii. 2, Tigernán Airid Locha Con, Md. 98, Fg. 72.
aired moboe
Moboe (Fota) in Airiud Moboe, Ll. 352.
aired muilt
for Loch Eirne, Md. 58; ¶  S. Dichuil's church on Loch Erne, C. 92; ¶  ds. Airiud Muilt; ¶  Airiud Muilt oc. Lochuib Eirne, Mt. 17; ¶  Eiriud Muilt oc. Loch Erne, Fg. 44; ¶  church in d. Clogher, c. Tyrone, Ct. 45.
aired sinnaig
Diarmait mac Baeth, ic Airiud Sinnaig no Senaig ic Lochaib Erne, Ll. 354; ¶  Mo-Ernóc Airid Sinnaich, Lec. 118; ¶  M. Airid Sennaig, Bb. 125 b; ¶  v. Aired Brosca.
aired suird
Mt. 16, g. Airiud hUird, Fg. 42; ¶  Mannan 7 Tian (in) Airiud hUird Md., 56; ¶  .i. airid shuird; ¶  v. Sord.
Ierewe in d. of Conor, Ra. 56 an. 1215.
Erriff or Errew in Clanmaliere nr. the r. Barrow, Mis. i. 232; ¶  Irry nr. r. Barrow, Fm. iv. 978.
in b. Carra, c. Mayo, Duthaid Ui Maoilraite, Fy. 156; ¶  seems in or nr. p. Manulla, .i. Errew in p. Ballyhean, b. Carra, Fy. 495; ¶  in Fm. iv. 968, Airem is acc. sing.
airemh locha con
Lc. ii. 107, Errew, c. Mayo, in p. Crossmolina, b. Tyrawley, Fy. 495; ¶  Ci.; ¶  Ó Floinn in Oireamh Locha Con, Fir. 273.
Sacerdos Fintán Airenaich, Bb. 125 a, Lec. 116, Fintán in Airenuch, Ll. 366; ¶  Ui Maine's bounds were ó cluain tuaiscirt na Sinna co h-Aireanach, ó A. co. Rinn Duin, &c.; ¶ , Im. 5; ¶  now Erinagh nr. Clontuskert, b. Ballintober, c. Roscom.
Mochritóc Aireni, Ll. 368, Mo Chr. Airene, Lec. 118; ¶  on the banks of the Dodder, c. Dublin (?), cf. moChritoc for bru Dotbra in Uib Dunchada an-iarthar, F. 85.
Colmán Airir árd aige, F. 120.
airer alban
deic mbliadhna Loarn, léir bhladh, a bhflaitheas Oirir Alban, Ct. 115.
airear anoghlae
between Tyrowen and Dalnarie, Ac. 141. airer n-arddae Ciannachta; ¶  ns.; ¶  Au. i. 324.
airer breg
Lu. 85 a, "E. coast of Bregia over against Howth," d. Airiur B. ibi.; ¶  land of Breg on the brink of the Boyne, Ml. 82; ¶  v. Oirear na Bóinne.
airer criblaige
Airiur C., ds.; ¶  at the source of the Slaney, Ll. 197, I. 154 b 2; ¶  at Lugnaquilla Mountain, c. Wicklow.
airer criblaidhe
Airiur Criblaidhe, at Tipra Sengarmna in Luachair, Munster (so my scribe, but same as Airer Criblaige?). Bb. 202 a.
airer ngaidhel
in Alba, of the Clann Ugaine Mór, Lec. 38, Lc. i. 377, 459; ¶  Adr. 408; ¶  Argyle, Cg. 136; ¶  Somhairle Rí Airir Gaidel, Con. 12 a; ¶  ds. Airiur Gaoidhiol, "regio Gadeliorum," Fia. 14.
airer lemna
Boroma Ll. 297 a., Rc. xiii. 46; ¶  cf. Lemain g. Lemna, Dun Lemna.
airear na boinde
Dermor, Cumain, Eitne, Colman Find and Cruimther Dubán dwelt in Oirear na Boindi, Lec. 107; ¶  .i. Airer mBreg (?); ¶  v. Aired Bóinne.
airer saxan
Ll. 289 b; ¶  the territory of the English. airgcedai, one of the tribes of Greece, Bb 2a.
Compert Concobuir, Stowe ii. 2, Rc. vi. 177; ¶  "the leac on which Conor Mac Nessa was born on the bank of the r. Conchobur in Magh Inis, still stands there to the west of Airgdhigh."
Fm. i. 84; ¶  a glenn in b. Farney, c. Monaghan, O'D. ibi; ¶  probably the place now called Moneyglen, in p. Donaghmoyne, b. Farney, O'D. at Fm. ii. 969; ¶  but see his different view infra, unless there were two Argetglends; ¶  Ruaidhri mac Maghnusa of Tir Tuathail was slain by Conn O Domhnaill and by Tadhg O Ruairc while in pursuit of the plunder taken by them into Arcadgleann, Con. 58 a; ¶  Airgedglend, Tig. Rc. xviii. 21; ¶  K. of Breaghmuine raided it; ¶  al. the Lord of Meath raided it, Fm. ii. 968; ¶  Eachtighern Ua Briain ri Breaghmhuighe do mharbhadh ar chreich a nAirgiod-ghlenn, A.D. 1101, Hb. 98; ¶  Rudraidi, King of Erin, died in Airgedgleand, Fm. i. 84; ¶  Lg. 124, Lec. 587, Bb. 32 a, Tor. 309; ¶  Airgedglend, Fm. iv. 100 b; ¶  prob. the vale of r. Arigna, which divides Leitrim from Sligo, O'D. ibi.
the Leath Baile hI Conchubair in Caoille, in Munster, extends from Airgetlaind as you go the road to Cnocán Dúne Martan, and down to "Abhaind Móir," Lis. 182 b; ¶  in Munster. The Hi Dublaidh were chiefs of Tuath O'Conail and of "Liattruim," from Airgedloinn E. to Lebglaise, Lis. 183 a.
Ui Duach dwelt about there, Fep.; ¶  in Ossory, Ai. 24 b; ¶  Airgetros in Maigib Raigne, Ll. 18; ¶  Cathal tigerna Ua nDuach Argadrois, Fm. i. 484; ¶  Concraid mac Duach a h-Airgetros, Ca. 342; ¶  hence it seems to be in b. Idogh; ¶  Cath Cuile i n-Argat-Ross, Fm. i. 40; ¶  Cúil (Coole, p. Rathbeagh, c. Killkenny), Ráith Beothaig ós Eoir i n-Argatros, Fm. i. 34, 26; ¶  on the banks of the Nore in Ossory, Rath Betha in it. Of. 194; ¶  Fir. 90, 100; ¶  Hk. 300; ¶  Lct. 202; ¶  cath Argatrois, in which Conall Gulban defeats W. Munster, Fen. 22, 328; ¶  St. B. 596; ¶  Lecht Lugdech is under the carn in Mag Argatrois, Fm. i. 50; ¶  Ll. 186, 127 a; ¶  argatros, Bb. 46 a; ¶  .i. Silverwood, on the Nore, p. of Rathbeagh, b. of Galmoy, c. Kilkenny, Fm. i. 50; ¶  2 miles below Ballyragget, Ac. 28; ¶  on W. side of the Nore, Mm. 479; ¶  v. Mag Raigne, Ui Duach, Rath Betha, Ráith Beothaig, Cúil, Lecht Lugdech, Mag A. Rois; ¶  Cionga, son of Úgóine mór, got Airgeadros as his portion, Fir. 104; ¶  Lec. 36, where he is called Cain.
held lands from the Buichne river to Loch Foyle, N. 254; ¶  extend from Tara to Tonn Tuaige at the mouth of the Bann in Ulster, Lec. fo. 298. The sub-territories of Airgialla were: Ui Nialláin (bb. of Oneilland, c. Arm.); ¶  Ui Bresail (now in bb. Oneilland); ¶  Ui Echach (bb. of Iveagh, c. Down); ¶  Ui Meith [Macha] (pp. of Tullycorbet, Kilmore and Tehallan c. Mon.); ¶  Ui Tortain (around Ardbraccan, c. Meath); ¶  Ui Briuin Archaill (in b. Dungannon, c. Tyrone); ¶  Trí Tuatha (here comprising Fir Lemna, Ui Cremthainne and Síl Dubthir of Lct.); ¶  Dartraige al. Dartraige Coininnsi (b. Dartry, c. Mon.); ¶  Fera Manach (Fermanagh), Fernmag (b. Farney, c. Mon.); ¶  Mugdorn and Ross (Cremorne with p. Carrickmacross, and p. Clonany, c. Mon., and adjoining parts of Louth and Meath undefined), Fen. 367, 371, and Lct. 144 to 154, which adds Leithrinn; ¶  cf. Mr. 28; ¶  the 2 Kings of Airgialla -viz., Daimin, King of A. from Clochar Deasa to Finncharn Sléibe Fuaid, and Aed King of A. from Finncharn Sléibe Fuaid to the Boyne, K. 160 b; ¶  in Argialla, were—Cnoc Báne (in b. Clogher), Ll. 24 a, Fm. i. 102; ¶  Achad Raithin i. bFeraib Cell, Md. 354; ¶  Loch Dabaill, Fm. i. 40; ¶  Machaire Arnaidhe in A. in d. Ard Macha i cCondae Muinechain, Md. 78; ¶  Mag dá ghabhar Fm. i. 46, Datraige, Au. iii. 474; ¶  Mag Fernmaige, Fm. i. 36; ¶  Mag Macha, Fm. i. 10; ¶  part of Monaghan, Of. 365; ¶  Tech Tálain, Fg. 104, Md. 138; ¶  Ath Firdead or Ardee in Louth (the Cenel nEogain went to Ath Firdead in aid of the Airgialla—so A. extended to Ardee, Au. ii. 132). Fearann Airgiall, luaiter lind, ó Áth in imairg co Find, ó Glind Rige siar co se, co Bearramain a mBreifne Gor Chosain Muirceartach mear, re claind na Colla cneis-gel, ó Glinn Con, ruathar na creach, co h-Ualraig Daire dairbrech. The land of A. let it be mentioned by us, From Ath an Imaig to the Finn, From Glenn Righe westwards directly, to Bearramain in Breifne. Until the vigorous Muircheartach wrung From the descendants of the fair skinned Collas, From Glen Con in a battle of plunders, To Ualraig at the oak-bearing Derry—Mr. 142; ¶  Airgialla = d. of Clogher, Fep. Fg. 5, Con. 38 a; ¶  Conb. 25 a; ¶  Au ii. 538, 262, 308, Lc. i. 186, 200; ¶  Airgialla, np, Ll. 26 a. Au. ii. 26, Sil. 50, Ch. 316, K. 149 b, Ll. 26 a; ¶  ap. Airgiallu, Ll. 24 a, Lb. 29; ¶  they were of the Cenél n-Eogain, Ca. 150; ¶  descendants of the three Collas, K. 149 b, Ar. 162; ¶  Airgiall, gp. Ll. 303 b, Fia. 69, Ca. 352, Beo. 13 a, Bb. 51 a, Mr. 28, Cg. 44, F. 72, Au. iii. 106; ¶  np. Origiallaigh, Au. iii. 258, Airgéill, Stokes Tl. Index; ¶  the np. is Oirgialla in Tl.; ¶  Oirghiallaigh is wrong; ¶  dp. dinaib Airgiallaib, Au. i. 322; ¶  Eochaidh Doimhlen, from whom are the Airghialla in Erin, in Alba, and wherever they are, Lec. 176, Fir. 303; ¶  the Airgialla and úi Néill descend from Fiacha Sroptine, son of Coirpre Liphechair, Ll. 332; ¶  the Oirgialla possessed what includes the present Counties of Louth, Armagh, Monaghan, Londonderry, and Tyrone; ¶  but were deprived of Tyrone and Derry by Niall circ 400, Tp.; ¶  Oriel, uriel in Louth, Armagh and Monaghan, Of. 361, Mr. 30, Fia. 34; ¶  Cluain Eoais a bFeraibh Manach, nó gomadh etir Feraibh Manach acus Oirghialla atá, Md. 94; ¶  Mainistir Bráthar Minúr do thinsgnadh a Muinechan re linn Feidhlim Meg Mathgamna do bheth i n-a righ ar Oirghiallaibh (A.D. 1462), Au. iii. 206; ¶  Oirghialla seems here to have extended to and included the town of Monaghan; ¶  "the principal families of the A. were the MacMahons, O'Carrolls, O'Hanlons, Maguires, O'Hanraghtys, MacKennas, &c.; ¶ , &c.; ¶  their country comprised the counties of Louth, Armagh, and Monaghan, and the greater part of Fermanagh," O'D. Mr. 8; ¶  MacCaba, Constabla Oirghiall, Au. iii. 28; ¶  Mag Mathgamna airdrí Oirgiall, Au. iii. 50; ¶  Oirghiall, or Oirghiall-Mic-Mathghamhna, MacMahon's country, or Oriel, Ci. airi ... Féile Diarmata maic Echdach of Airi ... viii. Id. Januarii; ¶  Ll. 355; ¶  it is Airid; ¶  v. Aired, d. Airiud; ¶  Diarmait Ep. in Airiud Ionduigh, Fep.; ¶  but v. Aired Sindaig no Sennaig, Ll. Lec. Bb.
v. Airecal.
Ar and Arie in Argyle and Galloway, Sk. i. 224.
airidh glasáin
Airieglassan; ¶  Max; ¶  in Scotl.
airidh olla
or ollainn; ¶  Airieolland in Galloway, Max.
airidh ubhalghuirt
Airiequhillart in Wigtownsh., Max. But are these Scot. names not Aired, Airedh supra?
in Connacht; ¶  Seudna, son of Conall of Airisin, i.e., Bir., Fir. 198; ¶  Mo Chua Airisnai, Mt. 19; ¶  Fg. 58; ¶  Md. 80; ¶  gs. of Airisen or Airisin (?).
airiud righfhedhai
Cath Airiuda Rigfhedhai, la Connachta, Sc. 21 a 2; ¶  Sb. 4 a 2; ¶  Hx. 888; ¶  v. airnidh righfeda.
Odrán Airlíthi, Bb. 125 b.; ¶  but?
Irluachra, gsf., Ll. 264 b; ¶  i.e., Irluachair 265 a; ¶  v. Irlochir.
or inn Airm, "the place" (?); ¶  al. Ros na macraide in Connacht, Sas. 6541; ¶  seems nr. Breicsliab and Loch Arrow, or in N. Roscommon; ¶  now Arm.
Na tri hÁirme ar Muir, strongholds of the King of Cashel, Lis. 143 a; ¶  (.i. Airne?); ¶ 
airméin beg
Glassia, a city in Airmein Beag, Lis. 121 a.
airmein mhór
Armenia Major, wherein is Sliabh Armenia, Lis. 121 a.
Moifada in Airmobae, Lec. 110.
airmoircc letha
Armorica, Lb. 238 a, Lh. 3. air-muma; ¶  Cormac. 4, East Munster; ¶  v. Ur-Muma.
in A. 7 Domnach mór 7 Árd Sratha, Au. ii. 196; ¶  al. Ernaidhe; ¶  Machaire Arnaidhe in Airgiallaib in d. Armagh, c. Mon. Md. 78.
NE. of Assi, Ll. 56; ¶  v. ara (?).
np.; ¶  the three islands of Aran in galway Bay; ¶  v. Ara.
airnidh righfedha
the Cath Airnidhairighfedha in Connacht, Lec. 32; ¶  v. airiud rigfedha.
Fiacha Muilleathain, King of Munster, sent for Mog Ruith, who was then in Airpri, to come to the battle of Druim Namgairi (Druim nDamgairí), Lec. 337; ¶  St. Mochua Airpri, Bb. 125 a; ¶  v. Airbri.
airrbe ro-fhir
in Magh Murthemne, where Cuchulainn was slain, Ll. 122; ¶  at Ath Beag, or Traigh Baile, in Conaillibh Muirthemne, Bb. 224 b.
airsciu echdach
Carpre Cain, King of Airsciu Echdach in Tethba (seems ds.), Ll. 121.
airtech, artech
Críoch Artigh in Magh Luirc, Con. 46 b; ¶  Tech Boethin i n-Airtiuch fia Cruachain Connacht aniar, F. 53; ¶  Lb. 82; ¶  Tech Baithin Airtigh, Au. ii. 234; ¶  Tech Baoithin a n-Airtech Connacht, Md. 362; ¶  in Connacht, Ct. 231, 137; ¶  gs. Campus Arthicc, A. 9 a 1; ¶  13 a 1. luid P. im-Mag Airtig et benedixit Ailech Airtig i Tailig na cloch, Tl. 108; ¶  Lios Aodháin a crích Airtigh, Lc. ii. 280; ¶  Loch Labain i ccrích Airtigh, Fm. iv. 782; ¶  battle of Artech, gained over Connacht by Cuscraid K.U.; ¶  Crannach Maic Cecht was nr. Artech, Tig. Rc. xiv. 410; ¶  Mac Diarmada, tigerna Airtigh, Lc. ii. 326, Mac D. rí Moighe Luirg 7 Airtigh 7 Tíre Tuathail, 398, 516; ¶  lucht Artig, 112; ¶  Mac Diarmada rí Muige Luirg 7 Airtig, 7 tigerna Muintire Maelruanaigh uile, Au. ii. 388; ¶  Forud was the name of MacRoth of the Tolaid above Airtiuch; ¶  Rothniad mac Dnindin, mic Duind, of Airtech Ard alaind, Lec. 368; ¶  Tomaltach (Mac Donchaidh's) was King of Airtech and Tír Oilella, the two Corann and the 5 Baile's of Clannd Fearmhuighi, and of Tir Tuathail, whilst this Book was being written, Bb. 59 a; ¶  Crích Airtig Uchtlethain, who was Dathi's father-in-law in 5th Century, Lc. i. 217, 519; ¶  Turlogh O'Conor, King of Connacht, gathered the stragglers of the districts, the Clann Cathail, the Clann Conor, and those of Magh Luirc to Artech, and seized and demolished the Caislen Mór of the son of Gosdelbach, Con. 33 b.; ¶  now p. Tibohine, b. Frenchpark, Roscommon, Tp; ¶  Ch. 107; ¶  Ac 216, 291; ¶  Mis. i. 239; ¶  nr. Loch Gara, and between the rivers Breedog and Lurg, Fy. 477.
in Ciannacht, Ll. 15; ¶  Lugaid Airthir, Feast ii. Kal. Oct., Ll. 363; ¶  r. Airther Achaid.
v. Airthir.
airther achaid
Lugaid Epscop Airthir A., Mid. 262, Mt. xxxv., Fep; ¶  Fg. 186, Mt. 35.
airther ara
in Munster, Ct. 157.
airther árdda
in b. Keenacht, c. Derry, Tl. 160; ¶  v. Domnach Airthir árdda.
airther bóinne
the 3 daughters of Mane mic Cerbaill, i.e., Der mór, Cumman and Eithne, and also Colman Find and Crumthir Duban in Airthir Bóinne, Ll. 350; ¶  v. Aired B.
airther breg
Ros Eo i Maigh Locha i n-Airthiur Breg, Fg. 74; ¶  the Dibeargaig came to Comardu Etair in Airthear Breag (at Howth?), Lbl. 723; ¶  v. Airer Breg.
airther cliach
"Oriens Cliach," Cs. 237; ¶  in or nr. Arada Cliach; ¶  the inhabitants were known as Dál-mo-Dola, Tl. 202; ¶  Eoganacht for Durrlas Airthir Cliach, Bb. 97 b; ¶  The Eoganacht of Ros Arguid Iarthair, or Airthir Cliach, Fir. 603; ¶  Fergus, son of Comain of A. Cliach, Fir. 688; ¶  one of the 12 Bruds of A. Cliach, Lec. 454 (Arada Cliach q.v.).
airther connacht
cath Badhna i Crích Airthir Connacht, Bb. 60 a.
airther crimthaind
Rasfolaig Fiachra Fail in Airthiur Chrimthaind Niad Nair, Ll. 145.
airther emhna
co. Domnach Airthir-Emna; ¶  seems not far from Duleek, and I think it is Domnach mór, in b. Navan; ¶  .i. Emhain, Au. ii. 74; ¶  v. Domnach Airthir Emna. airther eoganacht caisil; ¶  deaghaidh, from whom are the Hui Deaghaidh, the Hui Bracain and the Hui Ailiolla in Oirthear Eoganachta of Caisel, Fir. 603.
airther erend
the E. of Ireland, Au. i. 380. airther femin, about Clonmel; ¶  Tm. 154; ¶  Raphe, Rafi in it, the residence of Eogan Mór, ibi.; ¶  the Fearta (graves) of the Kings in Oirrthear Feimhin—i.e., the Fearta of Cairbri Mac Tail, the two Eocho, Maine and Feidlimthe, Bb. 85 b; ¶  Colmán Airthir Fhemin germanus Declain, Ll. 348; ¶  Bb. 120 b, Lb. 15. Fir. 715; ¶  Ailither Declan and Conall of A. Femiud, Lec. 100; ¶  S. Conall in A. Fhemin, of the Dal mac Con in the Déisi, Bb. 43 b.
airther fini
Buadbeo, Oengos (no Caemdos), Ane ó Chill mhóir Airthir Fhini i ciunn Maighe hElta, Fg. 220; ¶  Aongus, Aine ó Chill mhóir, Md. 312; ¶  Mag Elta points to Fine Gall.
airther fuata
the 3 Arsidi of A. Fuata, in Ulster, Lbl. 635. airther Gaileng, Au. i. 470; ¶  v. Gailenga.
airther góidel
Argyle, which ran from Kintyre to Lochbroom; ¶  v. Airer Goedel.
airther laigen
Eps. Airthir L. Fep.; ¶  East Leinster; ¶  d. of Ferns or Dublin; ¶  Inber Daoile is in it, q.v.
airther life
Ch. 159; ¶  g. Airthir Life, Fia. 194; ¶  "the part of the c. Kildare embraced by the winding of the r. Liffey; ¶ " Iarthar L. was on W. of Liffey, Airther L. on E. of Liffey r.; ¶  both belonged to Uí Faeláin or O'Byrnes; ¶  Ath Goan was in Iarthar Liffe, q.v., Fm. i. 250; ¶  Cinaed mac Artrach rex Cualann et Diarmait mac Ruadrach rex Airthir Liphi mortui sunt, an, 831 Fm. Au.; ¶  Múirecan rex Naiss 7 Airthir Liphi; ¶  Tuathal tigerna Airthir Liffe, Au. i. 330 372; ¶  Fm. i. 424, 446, 496; ¶  v. Life, Iarthar Life, Mag Life.
airther maige
Olcán di muintir Pátráic in Airt(h)iur Maigi Soirchaithir Dáil Riatai, Tl. p. 162; ¶  Armoy, where St. Patrick founded a monastery, of which Olcan became bishop; ¶  .i. A. Maige Cobha, q.v.; ¶  i nDáil Riatai, Au. ii. 308; ¶  i. nDáil Riada, Fm. iii. 322; ¶  Armoy est hodie vicus exiguus in regione Reuta juxta Oceanum, 8 circiter millibus passuum a Dunliffsia (Dunluce) distans, C. 377, 375; ¶  Ct. 146, 147; ¶  called Erthirmoy in 1306, Ra. 80; ¶  Airthermugia al, Rathmugia in Dalriedia, Fir. 418; ¶  v. Domnach Airthir Maige.
airther maighe
i Tuaith Ratha, Fg. 16, Md. 18; ¶  i Tuaith Rátha i fFeraib Manach, Fep; ¶  now Armoy in Toorah, c. Ferm.
airther maige coba
al. Airther Maige, Tl. lix.; ¶  Airther Maigi Cobhai i nDáil Araidhi, Lis. fo. 5 a; ¶  v. A. Maige; ¶  Armoy, c. Antrim.
airther maige luirg
Grellan Craibige in A.M. Luirg, Ll. 354, Lec. 89; ¶  E. part of Moylurg.
airther mide
E. of Meath, Au. ii. 160.
airthiur móna mulach
the Lecht Leithi na Tromdáine in A.M. Mulach, Ll. 43.
airrthear na fian
between Aonach Seara, in Crích na Moirrighna, and Fidh mór, Lis. 196 b.
airther airghiall
tigerna Airthir Oirghiall, Fm. ii. 962; ¶  v. Airgialla.
airther seola
Cath Airthir Seola i Connachtaib, Fm. i. 264; ¶  Hb. 66; ¶  from context it seems in Ui Briuin Seola; ¶  O'D. says it is east part of Mag Seola in b. Clare, c. Galway, ibi.
airther ui anluain
Ui Meith (Mara) is in it, Md. 396.
airther uten
S. Odrán in Airthiur hUten, in A. hUtén, in A. hUiten, Ll. 368, Bb. 125 b, Lec. 119; ¶  Odrán Airthir hUthain, Ai. 151 b.
np. ind Airthir .i. Anteriores, Ad. 204, Lis. 146, Lc. i. 120, Au. ii. 114; ¶  East Oriel, the bb. Orior Armagh, Tp.; ¶  Oirthearaigh, Fir. 304; ¶  np. na hAirthera, Fm. i. 430; ¶  Airther gp. na n-Airther, in whose land Ard Macha was .i. Orientalium, Tl. 230, 228, A. 6 b 2, 8 a 2; ¶  dp. Airtheraib, Au. ii. 2, Oirtheraib, in which Armagh and Ráith Dáire were, Lb. 28 a; ¶  ap. Fodlaid in usce for Árd Macha 7 for Airtheru, Lb. 64b, na hAirtheru, Au. i. 282, 250, 244, 206; ¶  Airtheara in Fm. vastatio na n-Airther corice Emhain Machae, Au. i. 314, ch. 130; ¶  Fiacra Cassan, son of Colla-dá-chrioch, from whom are the Oirthearaigh, Fir. 304; ¶  Airthera ó Ard Macha sair; ¶  east of Armagh, now called Orior, N. 210; ¶  Mag Faithne in it, Fm. i. 36, Lg. 84; ¶  Síl Ciaráin Ua n-Echach in it, Lec. 129, Fir. 148; ¶  the Collas pursued the Ulaid from the battle of Carn Achaidh, in Fermanagh, to Glenn Righe; ¶  they made Swordland of that part of Ulster where the Moghdorna and the Ui Crimthainn are, as far as the Airthera and Hui Mac Uais, Lg. 158; ¶  Airthera al. Ui Mac Cuais, Lec. 175; ¶  .i. "Anteriores," nr. the boundary of the Maugdorni, in which is Cell Rois, Ad. 83; ¶  al. "Orientales," both words = Easterns, who occupied the eastern portion of Airgialla or Oriel; ¶  the r. Fane separated the Anteriores of Armagh from the Maugdorni of Monaghan; ¶  Airthera, .i. Eastern Oirigalla, Of. 364; ¶  Aed mac Colgan toisech Airgiall ocus na n-Airther archena; ¶  Ua hAnluain tigerna na n-Airther, Fm. i. 232; ¶  iii. 318; ¶  iv. 676, 720; ¶  in it were Dún Adhmainn in Tír O mBreasail, and so some fort of O'Neilland, Mr. 274; ¶  .i. E. of Airgialla, .i. Lower and Upper Orior, plus E. and W. O'Neilland, Lct. 148; ¶  rex Nepotum Cruinn na n-Airther (.i. Ui Cruinn), Au. i. 292; ¶  as far as the Airthera and Ui Macc Uais, Ll. 333; ¶  v. Crích na n-Airther. Armagh was built on a site granted by its Chief, Dáire.
N. East, Lu. 25 a.
dative, the Ards, Bangor is in it, Au. i. 318. áis dá bhun baoghlacha; ¶  Cf. p. 60; ¶  seems to be in Connaught, and at some distance from Inis Bó Finne.
Asia, ni bhfuilid acht trí ranna san domhan, mar atá Eoraip, Aifric, 7 Aisia, Ston. A. p. 113; ¶  Aissia, Bb. 11 a; ¶  It. ii. 2 Heft 21, 22.
aisia beg
by the W. side of Muir Toirrén, Bb. 26; ¶  between Syria and Muir Toirrén, Fir. 29; ¶  in the N. half of Asia, Fer. 2.
aisi fodheas
for Tionnapair, for Ceandfearno, for Aisi fo dheas for Ainde, Meadbh's march from SE. of Cruachain to Ulster, Hf. 5 a.
ais maighne bige (?)
Aismaynbed in dry. and d. Cashel, Tax. ais maighne móire (?); ¶  Aismaynmor in dry. and d. Cashel, Tax; ¶  i. Aes maighne móire (?).
a hill (so it seems) in Ulster, between Dorainn and Foidni, Lbl. 873; ¶  Aiss, d. or as., Sil. 79, Lbl. 873.
aisse, gs.
Cacumina Aisse, in Campo Breg, A. 10 a 1; ¶  .i. Asshe (at or nr. Garistown, Dunmore, Loweth and Castleryngne), Kc. 164; ¶  Ard Asse, Ll. 204; ¶  Aisse; ¶  cacumina Aisse; ¶  v. Ard n-Aisse; ¶  "Asshe, an appurtenance of the late monastery of the B.V. Mary of Louth" (8th Report of Dep. Keeper of Public Records in Ireland, p. 86, an. 1876); ¶  Mullyash (Mullaighe Aisse), nr. Castleblaney is too far N. to be in Brega.
seems to be in Artmuirchol, now Ardnamurchan, in Scotland, Ad. 133.
a mountain, Cs. 764; ¶  .i. Echtge (?); ¶  v. aithche.
descended from Aittis, daughter of Chichrops, Lec. 69.
forty-six Aicme scattered through Eire after their free clans and free men were broken up, Bb. 140 a.
aitha caisil
in Ile, containing 30 houses; ¶  in Islay, Fir. 402, Cps. 312.
aithbe bolg
Nonbur noebh síl Conuire, i. Seanach mac Cairill, Eolangan a n-Aithbi Bolg a Muscraidhi Mhitaine, Lis. fo. 105 a, 147 a; ¶  Senach mac Caeirill Olangan a nAithbi Bolg a Muscraide Mittaine, I. 108 b 2; ¶  v. Aifi.
the Sodain Aithchi in Fearnmaigh, Lec 251.
Colmán Aithchimbid (a place?), Ll. 367, Ai. 150 a, Lec. 115.
gs.; ¶  in Meath, not far from Odba, Md. 66; ¶  Aicle (?), Cáth Aithe by Muircheartach, King of Erin, Lg. 182.
aitheach thuatha
Aithech thuathaib, dp., Fm. i. 94, 98; ¶  the nobility massacred by them at Mag Cró; ¶  for which see Bruiden na n-Aithech Tuatha in H. 3, 18 of T.C.D.; ¶  of them were Ui Fairrsig of Ui Failgi, Galeoin Laigen, and the Garbraige Succa (of the river Suck), Sil. 92.
people of Greece, Lec. 69.
Athenians; ¶  ron bris cath for Athenstu, uaisle na n-Aithenstu, It. ii. 2 Heft 21, 22.
aith fe
gs.; ¶  Fianaman mac Maoiltuile, King of Leinster, slain in Cath Aith Fe, or Áth Fe, or at a Chase in the Forthuatha of Leinster, Fir. 426.
aithin bic
as.; ¶  a shower of honey on Aithin mbic in the time of Fergal, Lec. 138; ¶  for Raithin mbic (?).
gs.; ¶  Clarach and Cuiliondan, Sons of Uróg of the Clann Fergusa, slain in the battle of Aithir, Fir. 573.
Elím King of Cnuca slain in the battle of Aithle, Bb. 32 a; ¶  Aichle (?).
the O'Casey's estate in Meath, O'B.; ¶  v. Saithne.
Cathair na hAithne, Athens in Greece, Sil. 274; ¶  St. B. 233, 286.
from Greece, from Aithneasda, from Felisdine, Fir. 10.
aith u dogair
Cg. 66; ¶  seems in Thomond or Dálgcais. aitreabh ui triallaig; ¶  Fearamla, mother of Aedán of Cluain Eothaile in Corann, and of Di Cleithe Hui Triallaigh of the Aitreab in Ciarraighe Luachra, Lec. 163.
ait tige an messaig
Attymas, c. Mayo, .i. S. part of Coolcarney in b. Gallen, Fy. 477.
áit tíghe floinn
A. t. Flainn; ¶  the Leithseisreach Áite Tighe Foinn in Pobal Bhriain, Ai. 108 a, Hb. 8 a; ¶  Attyflin, nr. Patrick's Well, c. Limerick. ait tige guairim in Inibofinne, Wc. 116, Fy. 477.
áit tighe mic coise
Au. ii. 528; ¶  seems in Magh Luirg, from context; ¶  v. techn mic coise. áit tighe mic cuirrin Fm. iii. 356; ¶  on plain of Magh Slecht; ¶  the O'Reillys were pursued from Sailtean na nGasán to A. t. Mic C.; ¶  in c. Cavan. áit tíghe móir cathrach mic Neachtain 7 áit Tíghe na coistanach dobh; ¶  ag an Teach mór, Ix. 54. ait tighe na cistannach; ¶  do bhi ag an Teach Mór i cCathrigh Mic Neachtain, Ix. 54.
episc. see, S. Kellacus, Bp. B. xii. 105; ¶  Killala.
Partholan sailed from Sicil Grecc to Aladaciam, and thence 3 days to Gothiam, Fir. 32, Lg. 5; ¶  i nGreig big, Bb. 13 a.
d. Killala in 1390, 1400; ¶  Brady's Ep. Suc. ii. 170.
Muridach Cilli Alaid (nomen fontis), in Huib Amalgaid, Ll. 349.
one of the three nDuíne of the Tuatha Dé Danand (Alaig, one of the 3 druimne of the T.D.D., Lec. 561), Bb. 19 a, Lec. 25.
whether they be in the Galliaib, Germain or in Alain, Ll. 224.
one of the 72 peoples who spoke the 72 Ilberlae, Languages, Bb. 171 b, Ll. 224.
Colmán Alaire, Ll. 367; ¶  Colmán Alairi, Lec. 115; ¶  v. Colmán Alath.
insola Terreni Maris, Lh. 99, Ct. 5, Fir. 693.
Alanius, the first of the Sil Iafeth who came into Europe, gave the name Alania in Europe, Lu. 1, Ll. 232, Lec. 68.
Colmán Alath, Lec. 116.
town of Dumnonii (Ptolemy); ¶  Pictish (Stokes).
at the Inberaibh Srotha Nil, in Egypt, Bb. 270 a; ¶  Alaxandair, Lbl. 272; ¶  Bb. 270 a.
alaxandria apporum
city of Persia, belonging to Poir, Bb. 272 a. alaxandria puicifalis; ¶  city of Persia, belonging to Poir, Bb. 272 a.
ó ránic Láegaire Grellaig ndá-phil fri taeb Chaissi im-Maig Liphi etir na da cnoc .i. Eiriu 7 Albu, Lu. 118 b; ¶  two little hills at "Caisi glas" in Mag Lifi, Lec. 603; ¶  Mors Laegaire ig Greallaigh Daiphil for taeb Caisi i Maig Life edir na dá cnoc .i. Eire ocus Alba, Ch. 26; ¶  a hill nr. the other hill Eiriu (q.v.) between which two K. Laeghaire met his death A.D. 462 (supposed to be the present hill of Dunmurry [? Eiriu] and Hill of Allen [? Alba], Hennessy); ¶  oc Greomaigh Daphil al. oc Greallaigh ghaifil for taebh Chaisse in Campo Lifi etir in dá chnoc .i. Eiriu 7 Albu, Au. i. 20; ¶  i ttaobh Caissi edir Eirinn 7 Albain .i. dá cnoc filet in Uibh Faoláin, Fm. i. 144, and Lg.
al. Rosnat, monastery of S. Monenna, Cs. 213; ¶  v. Rosnat.
Great Britain, or Albion, Baeda, Hist. i. 1; ¶  Trip. Life 416; ¶  but generally it means Scotland; ¶  robo ainm do Inis Bretan ule ollim Alba, ut Beda dicit in principio suæ historiæ, "Britania insola, cui quondam nomen erat Alba, eo quod pars quam illi tenuerunt suo vocabulo nominaverunt, et uetus nomen Alpan, quod invenerunt, mansit," Lh. 98; ¶  Alba .i. Britannia, Todd Lect. v. 82; ¶  .i. Cruithion-tuaith, K. 127 b; ¶  ns. Alba, Md. 104, 106, F. 102, 106, 107, 197, Fg. 120, 122, Mr. 44, Mt. 27; ¶  g. Alban, Au. ii. 4, iii. 34; ¶  na hAlban, F. 58; ¶  d. Albain, Lis. fo. 142 a, 151 b, Mr. 44, Md. 150; ¶  Lis. 10 a, 10 b; ¶  as. Albain, Au. iii. 64, 66 c; ¶  ds. otha Elpu, Lis. 11 b; ¶  Alpa, d. Alpai, Alpi, Fer. 117 a; ¶  das. Alpain, Cormac. 13, Rc. xi. 444, F. 74, 75, Bco. 4 a; ¶  in Alba are—Apur Crossan, Md. 106; ¶  Lismór, Md. 178, Rath Erann, Md. 174, Laid Treoit, F. 180.
alba eathrach
Briutus, from whom is called Alba Eathrach, Fir. 414.
as.; ¶  Albania, Albanians, Ll. 135–6, Bb. 171 b; ¶  one of the 72 peoples who originated the 72 Ilberlae or different Languages, Bb. 171 b.
alba longa
Geal fada (sic.) glossed in a more modern hand, Bb. 259 a.
a Scot, Cps. 128, Ls. i. 70, v. 64; ¶  glasfine mac mna ditfini beres do Albanach, Ls. iv. 284; ¶  glasfine, i. gabair tar glas na fairge, i. mac murcuirthe, i. mac beres ben don fhine d'Albanach, Ls. iv. 284; ¶  npl. Albanaich, Au. iii. 538; ¶  Albanaig, Mr. 204; ¶  dp. Albanchaib, Mr. 62, Lc. i. 46.
people adjoining hOitia, i.e., India, so called from Albanus, son of hIsicon, Bb. 2 a, Lec. 68.
a Mon. in Leinster, B. xlii. 27; ¶  but ?.
after the accession, in 889, of Donald, the Irish Scot, the former Pictavia or Pictland is styled Albania or Alba, Cps. cxxxix.; ¶  .i. Scotland, K. 150 b. albanía, in Asia. The Frangcaidh and the Romanaigh, Albania in Asia and Bretain meet in Isicon, son of Alainius, son of Ibath, son of Magog, Bb. 6a; ¶  Albanni in Asia, Lec. 1.
.i. Villa Albani in Britain, a lake nr. it, Cs. 514; ¶  Alba-tim(?).
It. i. 107; ¶  v. Ailbe. albei, an island, Cs. 124, 137; ¶  inis Ailbe.
ds. Ll. 160 a; ¶  Teh. 245, the Delvin r. nr. Gormanston; ¶  Albene, Fm. ii. 860, Ch. 278.
first name Insi Bretan, which is 800 miles long and 200 wide, Lec. 299, Bb. 113 a, Ha. 806.
albus campus
in Lesia, B. lii. 96; ¶  v. Mag n-Ailbhe.
albus tractus
Tracton in co. Cork, 1464, Brady's Episcopal Succession ii. 237; ¶  Ab. de Albo Tractu, Sw.
do Bretnaib Alcluaide, Lis. fo. 1 a; ¶  v. Ail Cluaide.
i.e., Carrac etar Gall Gaedelu 7 Cendtiri i Cattaib, in Tuasciurt Alban, Ll. 371; ¶  but v. Aldín Alenn.
aldín alenn
ds. (now Aden, formerly Alneden), nr. the r. Ugie, E. of Deer Church, D. lvi.
aball Ale, Ll. 145; ¶  frisin abaill ahAle.
alend, alenn
ds. Alind, Ll. 127 b, 117 a; ¶  Find file in Alind, Ll. 311 b, Rr. 58.
alend uí thectais
the Clann Bruidgi are the Hui Blaithmic and the Hui thingin from Alind Uí Theactais in Leinster, Ll. 315.
v. Ail Find.
O'S. iii. iv. 2; ¶  maig Altfrachan, a townland with a mound at Red Hall, N. of Carrickfergus, where James McDonnell slew John Chichester.
one of the tribes inhabiting about Mt. Laban, on the confines of the Clann Israel, Bb. 135 a; ¶  a people of Sliabh Lauain, Lb. 126.
Epistropus of Aliconia, an ally of Priam in the Trojan war, Bb. 238 a.
in Wiclo dry, d. Dublin, Cr.
a river in c. Cork, which gives a name to b. Dúhalla, O'B.; ¶  Allæ principatus, O'S. iii. i. 2; ¶  Duhallow, c. Cork; ¶  Cath Alla in Munster, fought by Tuathal Techtmar, wherein fell Lugaidh mac Rosa, Lec. 39, 591, Lg. 144, Fir. 49.
gs.; ¶  uaim Alla a gCera, Lc. i. 61; ¶  Aille, b. Murrisk, c. Mayo.
alla gerc
i. cCera; ¶  uaimh alla G.; ¶  cave of Aille in E. of Aghagower, p. Murrisk, b. Mayo, Fm. ii. 884.
Cath Allamuigh by Cormac, Fir. 760; ¶  Cath Allamaigh, Fm. i. 112; ¶  prob. for Eala-mhagh, plain of the r. Allo, c. Cork, O'D.
ds. Allind, Bdd. 154; ¶  in Leinster; ¶  Knockaulen; ¶  v. Ailend, Alend.
all faranin
ecclesia in Connaught, Ct. 494, C. 33; ¶  v. Alt farannáin. all in cleibh, Lis 41 b; ¶  perhaps Alt in Cléibh, as it is called below, "tar an allt n-adhuathmhar," nr. Balla, c. Mayo.
dp. Allmarachaib, Beo. 51 b 2, al. Allmurach, foreign, outlander, uitlander. allmarda, foreign.
Continental Saxons, Au. an. 1038; ¶  Inghis and Orsa, two sons of Vectgilius, King of All Saxan (cf. Alsaxum), Ll. 6, Nen. 102.
v. Alt.
where Aed Ollán was reared, Ca. 340, Bb. 137 a; ¶  perhaps Altan Cenandsa, nr. Kells, c. Meath, Bk. 7 a; ¶  Alltan ainm ná háite inar h-oiledh é, Hc. 2, 578 a.
allt an tsagairt
Auld Taggart, hill in p. Inch, co. Wigtown, Max. 18.
alltar g. alltair
another place, the other world, F. 214.
allt beithe
Aultbea (Poolewe, Scot.), Jo.
allt cluana
Aldcleine in Blair Athole, Jo. 8.
allt mór
Aultmore (Banff), Jo.
allt na breac
r. in p. Rogart, Sutherland, Inv. xix. 182.
allt na con guise
river in p. Rogart, Sutherland, Inv. xix. 182. allt na heillti; ¶  os bealuch no beithighe i cinn Sléibe in iaraind, Au. ii. 320; ¶  in O'Reilly's land.
allt na luibe
river in p. Rogart, Sutherland, Inv. xix. 182. allt na seilge; ¶  river in p. Clyne, Suthelrand, Inv. xviii, 334. alltraige; ¶  of Cend Beara, Fir. 729; ¶  v. Altraige.
ns.; ¶  Sas. 36; ¶  Almo Laigion, Ro.; ¶  al. Almu, q.v.
in Ui Muireadaigh: O Tuathail an mhuir mheadhaigh ar Uibh meardha Muireadhaigh co hAlmhain an cheoil cochlaigh, an fheoir bárrghloin braontorthaigh, Tp. 88; ¶  O'D. places it in Wicklow and in b. Arklow, Tp.
ds.; ¶  Germany; ¶  Céle-clérech of Uairseburg isin Almáin, Fg. 132, Md. 190, Lis. 96 a, Rc. x. 188, 191; ¶  ó cholumhnaibh an impire Almainne, Ston. A. p. 123, 151; ¶  Almaindech, German, Rc. x. 191; ¶  Almánach, Lc. i. 352; ¶  Almáineach, Au. ii. 306, Gc. 374; ¶  npl. Almainnich; ¶  A. Prusainnich 7 Saxsanaich, Au. iii. 536; ¶  Almáinechaib, dp., Sil. 301.
Lbl. 877, Pd. 18; ¶  al. Almu, q.v.
Almhóin fri móin aniar, I. 148 b 2; ¶  Hill of Allen, nr. Bog of Allen (?).
ns. almu, Sa. 12 b 2, Sas. 95; ¶  Almu Laigen, origin of its name, Sas., lines 1252–1280; ¶  Pd. 14, 18; ¶  Alwe, Dl.; ¶  g. Alman, Tp. 88; ¶  g. cath Almuine, Au. i. 44, 172; ¶  cath Almaine, Ll. 25 a, 131 a, Bb. 49 a, 50 b, Lb. 220, Fer. 79 b, Fm. i. 174, 316, Ch. 42, 120, Sas. 9, 40; ¶  cath Almain, Fia. 48; ¶  carrac na hAlmaine, Sas. 204; ¶  cnoc Almaine, Fm. ii. 572, Fia. 220, Dún Almhuine, St. B. 386; ¶  Meas Almaine belonged to the K. of Leinster, Lct. 4, 14, Fia. 32; ¶  d. Almuin les na Fían, Pd. 14; ¶  d. Almain Laigen, Ll. 49, Sas. 35, 36, 161, 204, Sil. 90 (Finn's chief seat), Lc. ii. 94; ¶  Cluain Domhuil in Almain, Md. 142; ¶  ac. Almain, Tp., Sas. 128, 157, Lct. 202; ¶  in year 1297 called Alwyn and Aelwyn in the march of Offaley, Sw. With the g. Alman and Almaine compare Aru, Ara, g. Aran, Arann, and Airne, the island of Aran; ¶  Cnoc Almaine and Aillenn were seats of Cerball Rí Laigen, Fm. ii. 572. The celebrated Hill of Allen, 676 ft. high, 5 m. NE. of the town of Kildare, O'D. in Lct. 202; ¶  Aillenn, now Dunawlin, 600 ft. high, 5 m. SE. of that town; ¶  but there is also Alma, as. Almhain in Wicklow, and Allendale (glenn Almhaine?), nr. Baltinglass; ¶  Cath Almaine may sometimes refer to them. Air Caribre Laigen na lerg O Ciarda na ccolg slirderg, slat Alman gan tacha thair, ler hadhnadh catha im Cruachain, Tp. 88.
alne crumba
an. 1116; ¶  Alnecrom 1300; ¶  now Ancrum, Jo. 10.
gs.; ¶  Coirthech regem Aloo, A. 20 b a; ¶  I equated it with Wealas and Walliae, and Wh. Stokes with Aloo (Clúaithe); ¶  he was right, I think.
gs.; ¶  Colmán Alo, A. 16 a, Ll. 366; ¶  of Lynally, nr. Rahan, King's co.; ¶  v. Elo. alóire iodhluidhe (sic my scribe; ¶  recte Altóire?), the Druids' altars, those broad flagstones resting on stone pedestals found here and there through the country, called by the people Leapthacha na Féine, K. 149 a; ¶  sic scribe.
v. alba; ¶  Alpi, as.; ¶  Scotland, Zc. iii. 247.
fri Alpai ndesin, Cis-alpina Gallia, Z. i. 56; ¶  Ods. 571. alpanaig; ¶  np.; ¶  Alpanchaib dp., the Scots, Bco. 1 b, 2 b.
gs.; ¶  Cúrí mac Dáire Alpe in Erinn; ¶  Fir. 506. alsaxum; ¶  the Saxons gave the third of his land back to Gorthigernd—viz., Alsaxum, Sutsaxum and Nitilsaxum, Lu. 4. alt; ¶  v. Allt.
alt an bhengáin
Altvengan Burn (Aberfoyle, Scotl.), Jo. 10.
alt an bhile
Altavilla in c. Limerick.
alt an bhile
in Queen's co.
alt coire na móna
a burn in p. of Golspie, Sunderland; ¶  Inv. xix. 176.
alt gurbh mór
r. in p. Kildonan, Sutherland, Inv. xviii. 191.
alt leathan
Altlahan in p. Kilteevoge, b. Raphoe, S. Donegal; ¶  .i. broad peak.
alta meadhruidhe
Conleath and Leuigni, of the Corcomruadh, occupied Alta Meadhraidhe, Bb. 91 b, Lec. 264. altan cenandsa, of Kells, Meath, Bk. 7 a.
alta rafann
Lct. 93; ¶  a seat of K. of Munster; ¶  O'D. refers to Grafann previously named.
ds.; ¶  now Altrie, 2 miles W. of the Church of Deer, D.L.
as. and ap.; ¶  Altrie (now Bruxie), nr. Deer, D. liii.
alt fharannáin
in Tír Fiachrach, Fy. 170; ¶  in the N. of b. Tyreragh, Sligo; ¶  who this St. Farannan was I cannot tell; ¶  now Alternan, tl. containing a holy well called Dabach Fharannáin in E. of p. of Easkey, Sligo, Fy. 258, 170; ¶  allt Fearannáin in Uibh Fiachrach, Lec. 160.
alt in bhealaich
Aldnavalloch at Loch Lomond, Jo. 8.
Gearman, Abbot of Altiodorus in Gallis, in the islands of the Tyrrhenean Sea, Fir. 693.
alt manach
Almanach Hill, Kirkcudbright, Jo. 9; ¶  i.e., the Monks' Glen.
alta na mbreac
in Caithness, Jo. 9.
alt na claise móire
a stream in p. Lairg, Sutherland, Inv. xx. 109.
alt na g-capall
Altnagapple, in p. Lower Killybegs, b. Banagh, Donegal; ¶  the steep of the horses.
alt na heilte
in Connacht; ¶  between Alttighe Meg Cuirin and Sliabh an Iarainn, on the brink of Ath Derg, in Mag Sleacht, Con. 15 b; ¶  v. Allt na hEilte; ¶  Sliabh an Iaraind is in N. of b. Leitrim, c. Leitrim; ¶  Lc. 1, 411–5; ¶  c. Leitrim; ¶  Alt na hEllte, at extremity of Sliab Iarind, in Mag Slecht, and at Áth Derg, Fm. iii. 356.
alt na n-ingen
in Crích Dalaraide, in Ulster, Cps. 320; ¶  in Dal Araide, Lec. 141; ¶  i nDal n-Araidi, Lec. 141 a.
alt na péiste
Altnapaste, in p. Kilteevoge, b. Raphoe S., Donegal; ¶  height of the monster.
alt ua n-oilmhic
Altanelvick, tl. in p. Drumard, SE. of Skreen in b. Tireragh, Sligo, Fy. 268.
Altore in p. Kiltullagh, c. Rosc.
Oltore in p. Donaghpatrick, c. Galway.
Altore nr. Inchigeelagh, c. Cork.
altóir-mhór chiaráin
in Clonmacnoise; ¶  at this altar Turlogh-mór O'Connor, King of Ireland, was buried, Ai. 38 a, K. 175 a.
altóre na filistine
the Scithíctha and their families went from Africa to the Altore na Filistine, and thence to Cuthib Salmarum, Bb. 114 b.
Brenaind, epscop. of the Ciarraige Luachra of the Altraige Cind Bera and of Corco Duibne, Lb. 16, Fir. 769, Ll. 349, Bb. 120 b; ¶  round the river of Tralee, Kerry, they held the clár Ciarraige, Tp.; ¶  "the cantred of Altry in Kerry," an. 1299, Sw. p. 294; ¶  Coimgheall .i. máthair Shenain do Alltraighiu, Lis. 17 a.
alltraige caille
Brenaind mac Findloga de Chiarraigi Luachra do Alltraige Chaille, Ll. 371; ¶  in Ciarraige Luachra, B. Lism. fo. 72, near Tralee (?). The parish of Annagh (enach = "stagnilis regio") was the palce of his birth; ¶  do Chiarraige Luachra do Brenann i. do Alltraigi Caille do shainnred, Lis. 30 b; ¶  espoc Eirc Alltraigi Cailli, Lis. 30 b; ¶  Alltraigi Cailli, ac., Todd Lect. v. 102; ¶  near where St. Brendain was born.
alt ruaidhin
ag Tech Meg Raith i n-Allt Ruaidhin i Termonn (Meg Raith), Au. iii. 240; ¶  Fm. misread "Alt Ruaidhri," which O'Donovan erroneously adds is the form of text A (Au.).
allt ruaidhri
in Tearmonn (Dabheócc), q.v., Fm. iv. 1074; ¶  now Alt, a tl. in Termon-Magrath, p. Templecarn, c. Donegal, Fm. iv. 1075, Ui. alt tighe leanna (alehouse-brook); ¶  in p. Laing, Sutherland, Inv. xx. 110.
alt tighe meg cuirin
some distance from Sailten nGrassain, nr. Sliabh an Iarainn, in Connacht, Con. 15 b.
Sathas Aluadas, Ston. A. p. 150; ¶  Sathas mac ríogh Aluadus, insan Domhan thoir, Ston. A. p. 151.
Alva in Stirlingshire, Cps. 430.
am achad
Mt. 20; ¶  (recte ?) Cam-achad, Fg. 66, q.v.
Amhann, Amhainn; ¶  v. Abha.
amain gainmhedha
d. or as.; ¶  Alexander went to the Amain Gainmhedha (Sandy river), in the country of the Airimegda, in the S. of Africa, Bb. 268 b.
in Canann, Lb. 126; ¶  Amalec ... of Candan, Bb. 135 a.
an island; ¶  S. Mochua of A., B. i. 49; ¶  .i. Inis Amolngid (?).
in Ormond, Fir. 55; ¶  "Amanchore for Urmumain, I. 176 b 2.
amhann sgeithe
r. in p. Lairg, Sutherland, Inv. xx. 110. amhann truim; ¶  the Truim, a tributary of the Spey, Max. ambarriche; ¶  Rex A., Cs. 410; ¶  leg. ua mBairche, q.v.
améd coluim cille
Ro h-inred leo úrmór Erend 7 ro hinred leo Améd Coluim Cille 7 Inis Muireoc, Z. 353.1
NE. of Cend Fearna, Ll. 56; ¶  perhaps for am-mag, the plain (?).
river or hill between Dublin and Bohernabreena, Lec. 85 a.
in Canaan; ¶  Bb. 135 a.
in it are Partraigi Beca, SW. of Cenannas na Ríg; ¶  Ll. 58 b. amne carcuil sibrilli; ¶  SW. of Cenannus na Ríg, Ll. 58 b.
a tribe, Cs. 358; ¶  Ui Amolngith, in Tyrawley (Tír Amolngith).
r. Almond, in W. Lothian, Scotl.; ¶  Ráth Inbhire Amon, Sk. i. 381; ¶  recte Raith Inbhir Amon.
Aven, Awyne; ¶  the Almond r., Perthsh. Cps. 430.
in Cannan, Lb. 126.
people of Asia Minor, who fought against the Israelites, Lis. 108 a, Lb. 126, Bb. 135 a.
amra plea
cathair fil for brú Mara Torrén; ¶  no Plea cathir fil do Brigit for brú Invir Mara, F. 47.
Adberaid immorro Laigin isin cath cedno Amrois attorcoir Fiacha gona brathraibh—Fiacha Sroibhtine do thuitim a ccath Dubhcomair, Hb. 55.
amrún fer ndea
Grellach Dulluidh, A.F. nDea a ainm ó chéin, SA. 88 a 2; ¶  v. grellach Dulluid.
one of the 72 peoples who gave rise to the 72 Ilberlae, Bb. 171 b.
anach corcaidhi
Docaidi of Anach Corcaidhi, Bb. 123 b.
in Vosago, Fl. 221; ¶  in the Vosges Mts., Columban's monastery there.
an áil
"the Naul," co. Dublin; ¶  v. Ail.
al. Tobha, al. Loch Rudraige, Bb. 13 a.
Anarim, son of Measram, son of Cam, from whom are the Anarium, Lec. 69.
Diarmaid mac Tomaltaigh got from his brother Muirghius only the land adjoining Faithliuch, his teacher, so that Anarta and the Caladh were given to Diarmaid and his sons; ¶  which being still too narrow, he went into Airthear na hIchi and built there a dún called Dún Diarmada, above the Dubh Abhainn Brea, Bb. 60 a, Lec. 156.
Eripilus, from Ancir innotai im céin, Ll. 233; ¶  Ancyra (?).
a tribe of Mount Laban, Bb. 135 a.
the Andaraidh for Luachair, 176 b 2.
Dam nDrend os Andiaraid in Ultaib, Ll. 94; ¶  place-name (?). andlatha ceneoil lugair; ¶  Condlaeg, the 7 bps., 7 priests, and 7 virgins of Andlatha Ceneoil Lugair, Lec. 112; ¶  Connlaeth, 7 bps., 7 priests, and 7 virgins, in anandlatha Cenél Lugair, Bb. 123 b. andobur; ¶  alias Annúir; ¶  now r. Anner, in Munster (Innarba na nDéisi).
Bb. 274 b.
v. Aine, Aine Cliach, Cnoc Aine.
ane cliach
v. Aine Cliach.
land given to All Hallows in 1285, Ah. 57; ¶  seems near Dublin, and same as Aglythonreye, at Castleknock.
an fód dubh
in SE. extremity of p. Kilmore, b. Erris, Fy. 477.
or Angaile; ¶  gsf.; ¶  na hAnghaile, Lct. 181; ¶  the tribe name of the Conmaicne sept of Ui Fearghail, and of their territory of N. Teathbha, q.v.; ¶  Epscop. na hA., .i. Bp. of d. Ardagh; ¶  lethtaisech na hA.; ¶  Mac Aedhagáin a hA.; ¶  Ua Ferghail taisech na hA.; ¶  Senlongport, and Caille Salaigh are in it, Au. iii. 402; ¶  312; ¶  10, 44, 154, Fm. iv. 109; ¶  Au. iii. 108; ¶  "isin A." where some nobles of the Conmaicne do shíl Fhergusa mic Rosa lived; ¶  the O'Farrells were those, Ar. 84–5; ¶  v. Muinter Anghaile, and Longport, Senlongport, and Mi. passim from 1172 to 1595; ¶  the land of the Farrells in Longford, Obr.; ¶  Angaily al. Annaly, Mis. i. 209, 217.
.i. inhabitant of Anghaile, dp. hAnghailechaibh, Au. iii. 114. angebthi hui gabla fhini; ¶  in the Dál Chormaic, in Leinster, Ll. 312. The parts of Leinster belonging to the Clann Cormaic are all Angebte na Gabla Fine, Cuthraighe, Ua Trena, Ui Cruinn or Ui Cuinn, Ua Gabla Fine and Ua Gabla Roireann. All this comprised the territory from Cúil Caig, or Cingeadh, to Dubh Atha in Maisdin, from Glais Crice in Cluanach Cua to Uada at Laighis and to Ath Lethnocht at Slebhte, till it terminates in the water at Hui Bairrche, in Gebti Ua Trenan, and Ua Chuirc (v. next word), Fir. 450.
angebthi ui tréna
in Dál Chormaic, in Leinster, Ll. 312, in Leinster, nr. Ui Barirrce and Ui Chuirc, Fir. 450.
Cs. 151; ¶  r. Nanny Water, c. Meath; ¶  the initial of Nanny comes from Inber n-Anghi, cf. Inbher n-Ailbine = Delvin r.; ¶  v. Ainge, Inbher n-Ainge.
S. Ciaran founded a monastery in island of Angina, B. xli. 382; ¶  v. Enis Aingin.
Diúic Angou, Md. xxviii., xxix.; ¶  Iarla Angoui i mBretnaib, X. 422 a; ¶  Anjou.
Earl of Angus in Scot., Fir. 453.
Cnoc Any, c. Limk., N. 258; ¶  v. Aine. ániach; ¶  Áne of Ániach, in Ulster, Ll. 94.
dún tuaiscertach Failbhe Flainn, Hx. 218, col. 2.
from Lochnach to Ánmag, Lec. 56 a; ¶  Lucán 7 Saignel Ánmaige, Fg. 82, Md. 108; ¶  Saignen 7 Luchaini Armaigi, Mt. 22.
np.; ¶  Ll. 262 b; ¶  for Danmarcaig, Danes. anna, Setna Sitbac built Ráith Ailine, licet Anna Civitas Regalis fuit Augen (concerning the Laigin), Bb. 70 b.
the Annagh "water passage" at Lough Ree, Sir H. Piers, 83, "Description of Westmeath."
r. Anner, in b. Middlethird, c. Tipp., Kp. 1051; ¶  v. Andobur.
Maolceadar buadhach, céd Íarla na hAnoine, Md. 194; ¶  Anoine is Sionna, Ry. 176.
an t-aonach
Feart Lothair, Loch mBuadhoigh, and an t-Aonach, the Bailtepuirt of Ceara, Fir. 271.
Ad. .i. orientales, A., .i. Airthir, Airthera, q.v.
one fo the 7 gages of Troy, Bb. 235 a.
antro s. fimbrarii
(1365 Monastery de) in d. of Cork, Tr. 329; ¶  leg. Findbarii; ¶  v. Uaimh Bairi (?), now the Ovens.
in Cathraigh n-Ecclesiasdagda in Antuaidh im Petur nApstal., Lbl. 337; ¶  Antioch; ¶  Antuaig, ds., F. 72, 53, 197.
(common in fables), Antioch (?), St. B. 714, &c.; ¶  a machaire na Siria do Antuaith dar sruth Orién (is e theit tré lár na catrach hIsémath), It. ii. 2 Heft, 23; ¶  Windisch translates: "aus der syrischen Ebene von Norden her über den Fluss Orontes, der durch die Mitte der Stadt Hamath fliesst; ¶ " rí na hAnntuaithe, Ston. A. p. 118; ¶  (loingeas) ríogh na hAnntuatha, Ston. A. p. 120; ¶  Alexander uathbhásach mac ríogh na hAnntuatha, Ston. A. p. 120.
"the Knights of the Valley of Anye," Sw. year 1215; ¶  .i. Aine (?).
aoibh ccearnaibh
in Dál Ccais, Ai. 93 b; ¶  but (?).
Obitus Laisren Ab Aoie, A.D. 606, Hb. 63.
aoi fuar
Cáth Aoi fhuair, in Connacht, fought by Tuathal Teachtmhar, against the two Amalgaidh, Lg. 145; ¶  .i. Mag Aoi (?), q.v.
St. Comaig, or Conaigh, at Snámh Luthra in Aoinchill, Fir. 706; ¶  v. Snámh Luthra and Aonchil.
cois Logh cois Daoil cois Aoine is Sionna, Ry. 176; ¶  a river in Munster (?).
v. Ailmag.
gs.; ¶  Aolmaige, in Tipperary, Tp.; ¶  perhaps in b. of Kilnamanagh or Middlethird; ¶  v. Ailmag.
v. Óinach for names beginning with Aonach, Aenach. aonchil; ¶  the seat of St. Fiachra, B. lx. 1991.
v. Oendruim, Mahee island.
v. Oenmagh.
v. Oentreb, Oentrab.
v. Aes for words beginning with Aos.
Apulia, Lis. 112 b. apardión (in Sagas), now Aberdeen, Zk. i. 450; ¶  Apardion in 1153, Aberdaen in 1178, Abberden in 1297, Jo.
Diomíd, Ursalus and Telenus of Apia, Ll. 233; ¶  al. Argos, al. Peloponnesus.
apor crossan
i n-Apur Crossan i n-Alpain, F. 75, Md. 106; ¶  i n-Abur Chresan; ¶  F. 75; ¶  Maelrubai in A., Ll. 368, Lec. 118, Hb. 68, Adr. 382, 385; ¶  Aporcrossan, gs., founded by S. Maelruba 672, Au. i. 126; ¶  he died i n-Apur Chroson, Au. i. 172; ¶  gs. Apuir Chrosan, Au. i. 284; ¶  Applecross in Ross-shire, Cps. 432.
Abbey land, now Appin in Scotl; ¶  v. Abdaine.
Apin, in Scotland, Stewart, p. 449; ¶  recte Apthaine, Abdaine, abbey land or abbacy.
Apulia, Lis. 103 b.
boundary of Aburnethige, Pc. 6; ¶  the mouth of the river Farg, a tributary of the Earn in pertshire.
Aburnethige; ¶  Necton, King of the Picts, gives it for ever to God and St. Brigit, as he has been befriended by her when in exile in Ireland, Cp. 6; ¶  its bounds were Apur Feirt, Lethfoss, nr. Ceirfuill, and Athan, ibi.; ¶  mouth of r. Nethy.
gs.; ¶  Nen. 162; ¶  .i. Apurnethige (?).
nsf.; ¶  al. Áru, one or all of the three islands of Aran, in Galway Bay, Wc. 90; ¶  Áru, F. 170; ¶  Fm. ii. 916, Ch. 292, F. 17; ¶  g. Árand, Arann, Fg. 58; ¶  Md. 82; ¶  Fir. 49 g; ¶  Airn, F. 50. 57, 64, 102; ¶  Ll. 367, 372; ¶  Lec. 367; ¶  Md. 116, 170, Lis. 33 b, Fep. 80; ¶  Au. i. 224; ¶  d. Arainn, Áraind, Fg. 58, Lis. 33 b, F. 164, 147, 170; ¶  Mt. 24, Lc. i. 172, Bco. 23 a; ¶  Áruinn, Lis 38 a; ¶  a. Araind, Lec. 115, Au. iii. 32, Kp., 435; ¶  Aruinn, Ll. 201 b, Lis. 38 a; ¶  np. na teóra Áirne, Cormac, 4, Lct. 86, 90, Lec. 3787; ¶  "na tré hÁirne ar muir máir" belonged to King of Cashel, Lec. 377; ¶  were in Munster temp. St. Patrick, Cs. 249; ¶  belonged to Corcomodruadh, Lct. 86, 90; ¶  na trí Áirne i. Aru arthir as nesa d'Éirind, Ara iarthair as í a(s) sia ó Eirind siar ocus as i sidhein Ara iartharach, I. 177 a 2; ¶  Lbl. 8; ¶  Brecán Airne, Md. 116; ¶  Critán mac Illadon al. moChritoc 7 crumthir Cormac in Arainn, Ll. 360; ¶  Colmán a hAraind i. a hA. airthir, nó Arú 7 Eri in dá thellaig, toeb fri toeb, F. 170; ¶  Colmán imrama in Áraind, Lec. 115; ¶  Nem Áirne, Md. 170.
ára airthir
Inisheer in Galway Bay, Au. i. 368; ¶  "as nesa do Eirinn, Cormac, 4, Lbl. 8; ¶  Fg. 332, Md. 314; ¶  Ch. 154; ¶  Eicnech princeps Árann airthir, Au. i. 436, al. ab Áirne airthir, Fm. i. 503; ¶  Muma extended "ó Dúin Cermna co hÁrainn n-airthir," Au. i. 368, Fm. i. 490.
ára éndi
Aranmore in Galway Bay, Au. i. 224, Énde (Enne, Enna, Enda) Áirne, Ll. 372, 357, 367; ¶  Lec. 116; ¶  Ai. 150 b; ¶  Cs. 209, 249; ¶  Md. 42, Fep.; ¶  Ara min Murbaigh, Inishmore in which Murbhach plain is, Fy. 288.
ára irthir
g. Maeltuile ab Áirne irthir, Au. i. 376; ¶  is nesa don Ocian .i. is síre ó Éirind siar, Cormac, Ods. 569; ¶  Ara iarthair betha, Cormac, Ods.
ara mór
Inishmore, largest of Aran Isles, B. lix. 891; ¶  there is Arranmore island in b. Boylagh, Donegal, with lighthouse on it, Pgi.
ára na naemh
Bco. 23 a, Fep.; ¶  Inishmore, one of Aran isles in Galway Bay.
in Scotland, N. 48; ¶  Arann, gs.; ¶  Sealg Arann; ¶  "idir Alpain 7 Cruithentuaith," between Scotland and Pictland, Sas. 331; ¶  ns. Árann, Sas. l. 351; ¶  Domhnall mac Emhin Clanna Leóid na hAra, Fir. 776; ¶  Ar. 96, .i. the Mac Clouds; ¶  in Scotland, Arran, in the Firth of the Clyde, Cps. 99; ¶  gs. Arann dar muir, Fm. ii. 1110, 1112; ¶  Manandan mac Alloit, al. Oirbsean ó Araind, al. Eamain Ablach, Lbl. 882; ¶  Arainn, dfs., al. Emain Ablach, in the Firth of Clyde, At. iv. 228.
Ara, riv. flowing through town of Tipperary, Ods. 712. ara (gs. Arad, Aradh, np. Araid, ap. Arada, dp. Araib, Aradaib; ¶  v. Ara Cliach, Ara Tíre, Arada, Araib, Aradaib, Duthaigh Aradh, and Cliu); ¶  al. Ara-Tíre = b. Ara or Duhara, c. Tip., plus Ara Cliach, in [E.] of c. Limk.; ¶  the people of Ara were Rudricians, descended from Feartlachta, son of Fearghus, K. of Ulster, in 1st cent.; ¶  but these people were driven out by the descendants of Eoghan, son of Ailioll Óluim, and thereafter the terr. was called Eoghanact Aine Cliach. O'Ciarmhaic, the chief, paid tribute to K. Munster, 200 wethers, 100 hogs, 100 milch cows, and 100 green mantles, Lct. 46; ¶  north part of b. Owney and Arra, c. Tipp., Au. i. 298, Henn.; ¶  the r. Gaothach forms the boundary between Ara and Muscraighe Tíre, Lec. fol. 204, Ods. 655; ¶  Dimmán Arad, Ll. 370; ¶  Díman Arad, Cg. 4; ¶  Cimman Arad Muminensis ancorita; ¶  Ruaidhri Ua Donnacan rí Aradh, ua Donnacan rí Aradh Tíre (v. Ara Tíre), Ua Donnacáin rí Aradh, Ua Donnacan ri Aradh, Au. i. 298, 536, 564, ii. 52; ¶  Lct. 86; ¶  hi Crích Aradh Tíre, Fm. i. 490; ¶  tigerna Aradh; ¶  Ua Donnacáin tigerna Aradh; ¶  Ua Donnacáin tigerna Arad Tíre; ¶  lá hAirther Muman, .i. lá Ua nDonnchadha 7 la Ua nDonnaccáin tigerna Aradh; ¶  Ua D. tigerna Aradh; ¶  Ua D. t. Aradh Tíre, Fm. i. 374, ii. 780, 788, 822, 844, 948, 1014; ¶  Ua Donnagáin tigerna Aradh 7 Ua cCuanach, Fm. ii 784; ¶  cf. Arad in Tp.; ¶  Ua Riada rí Aradh, Fm. ii. 1032; ¶  Ua Briain tigerna Aradh, Fm. iv. 1088; ¶  Síl mBriain Aradh, K. 184 a; ¶  Gens Arad Cs. 258; ¶  Mac Uí Briain Aradh, this family got the O'Donnacáin Land of Ara after 1318; ¶  besides the half bar. of Ara o Duthaidh Aradh in NW. of c. Tip., it contained other lands, as Kilmore 4 m. S. of Nenagh was in it; ¶  the r. of Nenagh was for miles the boundary between Ara Tíre and Muscraige Tíre, O'D; ¶  Mac Ui Briain Ara, Fm. v. 1278, 1298, 1572, 1834; ¶  his territory bordered on Tuath Aesa Gréine, Fm. v. 1716; ¶  Dúthaigh Ara, assaide (.i. from Killaloe) tar Sionainn go hAra, 7 ro triallsat airisiomh na hoidhche sin do dheanamh i ndúthaigh Ara, Fm. v. 1784, 2304; ¶  ap. Bellum Aene itir Arada 7 U. Fidhgenti (the lands of A. and Ui F. were separated by r. Maigue, and the stream now called Morning Star River in c. Limerick, O'D, in Fm., i. 278), Au. i. 120, Fm. i. 278.
one of the two principal rivers of Asia, Fer. 112.
one of the chief countries of Canaan, Bb. 135 a, Lb. 126.
al. Edisa, built by Nebroth, son of Cus, in Magh Sennar, Lu. 1, Bb. 2 b, Lec. 68.
built by Arachius, son of Cannan, city opposite Tripolim, nr. Sliabh Levain, Lu. 1; ¶  Arachus, city founded by Araitisius, or Araidis, son of Candan, opposite Tripolim, nr. Sliabh Labain, Lec. 68.
ara cliach
Dál Cairbre Loingsigh bhig, the fourth, or last, of the four principal Leinster families, and it is to Ara Cliach they belong, Fir. 439; ¶  Dál Cairbre of A. C. in Leinster, Fir. 445; ¶  ap., Arada Cliach; ¶  guin Ríg Laigen la Eochuidh Guinech d'Ibh Baircce 7 la hArada Cliach, Fm. ii. 1190, Au. i. 120, Ch. 30 (comparing Cath Cliach in Uib Dróna, Fm. i. 88, and the fact that bb. Idrone and Sliabh Miarge are continguous, we see that Clíu and Ara Cliach are in Carlow, in b. of Idrone, and we may presume that O'D. and Hennessy placed them in Idrone for that reason, though they do not say so; ¶  b. Idrone W. touches Ui Baircce, and contains Leithglenn; ¶  Clíu was in Idrone W., I think; ¶  from the four sons of Laidir Ara Araid is called Dal Coirpre of Tir Arad, Bb. 71 a b; ¶  Laigse Lagen and Araid Chliach, Ll. 14; ¶  Orgain na Cliach (Au. i. 44) seems from context to be this Clíu; ¶  Cath Cliach in Uibh Dróna, Lg. an. 509, Fm. i. 88; ¶  in b. of Idrone, c. Carlow; ¶  v. Clíu.
ara chliach
in Munster, Ct. 156, 157, 186; ¶  Fm. ii. 784, in E. of c. Limk., Kilteely and Knockany in it, O'D.; ¶  the Araidh Clíach descended from Eber, son of Ir, Bb. 22 a; ¶  Eoganacht of Ara Chliach, Fir. 574; ¶  Eoganacht 7 Araidh Cliach, Fia. 146; ¶  included the b. of Coonagh, Limerick, Tp.; ¶  Eumonn Butler got Ormond, Ele Ui Fhogartaigh, Araidh, &c.; ¶ , from King John, Fir. 812; ¶  adjoined Ui Fidhginte on the east, comprised Kilteely par. and all b. Coonagh (Ui Cuanach), in east of c. Limk, Knockaney (Cnoc Aine), in b. Small County, occupied by the Eoghanacht Aine Cliach under O'Ciarmhaic, Lct. 46; ¶  im Maig Fenamna i n-(Ara) Cliach, Lh. 116; ¶  r. Samair, between Hui Fidgendte and Arada in Munster, Lbl. 913; ¶  in E. of co. Limerick, Ch. 100; ¶  the fourfold Arada Cliach, to E. of and nr. city of Limerick, Of. 275; ¶  on the E. of Limerick; ¶  Cullen, Grian (Pallas Green), and Cell Tidil (? Kilteely) were in it, Tl. 198.
a tribe in N. of Limerick and Tipperary, Ara-Cliach, Ara Thire, Owney and Arra barony; ¶  dp. Aradaib Cliach, Fia. 130, Cs. 322, Ll. 190 b, B. x. 382, 384; ¶  Arad Claich, Fia. 130; ¶  in Duharra and adjacent territory in Tipperary, N. 256.
dp., Cs. 330; ¶  not far from Lothra, c. Tip.; ¶  Lothra seems in it; ¶  Araib, ds. or dp., Lec. 432; ¶  tributes ó Araib to the King of Cashel, Bb. 106 a; ¶  dp. Araibh (Ara Tíre and Ara Cliach), Lct. 42, 46, 60, 62; ¶  Arab, Cs. 330, seems for Araib Cliach, q.v., dp. of Ara; ¶  Araib, dp. "Diucaill, dno, do Mugh(d)ornaibh Maighen dó 7 Moditiu Lilcaigh in Uib Faeláin 7 i n-Araib im. atá Diucaill iar fir," F. 183. This is clearly in Ireland. Stokes renders i n-Araib by "in Arabia," p. 183; ¶  Araibh Cliach, ds., comprised the entire b. Coonagh in E. of c. Limerick, Gc. 40, 58; ¶  Ailbe, Bp. of Munster, do Araibh Cliach, Fir. 748.
ara choemáin
.i. Ardoileán an Aran isle between Connacht and Munster, c. 714; ¶  but O'Flaherty says it is several miles SW. of Aran isles, Wc. 76; ¶  O'Flaherty must be right, and Colgan and others wrong in this; ¶  one author (the reference to whom is lost) says, "Ara Choemáin, now Inisheer or S. Isle of Aran, Coemán was St. Kevin's brother; ¶ " but it is not several miles SW. of any island of Aran.
Monaigh Arad, in present c. Down; ¶  so it seems from context, Mm. 474.
the Aradai, descendants of Aradius, son of Cannan, inhabitants of the island of Aradum a uincend between ... Lu. 1.
Mocuma Aradáin, Bb. 125 b.
arad crama
Cs. 400, 495.
an island so called from Aradius, son of Candan, son of Cam, Bb. 2 b, Lec. 68.
aræ insulæ
O'S. I., i. 8, Aran Islands, c. Galway; ¶  Earum maxima vulgo vocatur Ara Sanctorum; ¶  v. Ara g. Arann and Ara na Naem.
ara éndai
g. Áirne Éndai, Au. i. 224; ¶  v. Ara, in Galway Bay. araghael; ¶  Scot. Gaelic for Argyle; ¶  v. Airergaedil.
ara iarthair betha
West Aran Island, Cormac 4.
nas.; ¶  Ll. 135–6; ¶  Aráip, F. 115, Arabia; ¶  NE. of Sidoín, in the plain of the Gallagda, i.e., Caldeorum, Bb. 269 a.
Lb. 140 a; ¶  Arabian.
araib oboch
dp., Grancaire de Araib Oboch, from whom the Grancraige are called; ¶  the Hui Debulmuin, X. 146.
np., na ceithre Araid; ¶  the four Aradhs were descended from Fer Tlachtgha, son of Fergus and Medhbh; ¶  they were Ui Monan, Ui Fidhmuine, Artroighi and Teochraide, Fen. 380; ¶  Na Ceithri Araid, i.e., the Taechraige, Artraige, Descert Cliach and Hui Idban, Ll. 331; ¶  the four Araid - viz., the Tacraidhe, Artraidhi, Desgert Chlíach and Hui Fidbannaig, in Leinster at first, Ll. 381; ¶  Feartlachtga, son of Feargus, from whom are the four Araidh -viz., Taecraidi, Artraidi, Deisceart Cliach, Uí Fidban and Uí Feitheamna, with their relatives, Lec. 253. Fertlachta a quô na Ceithri hAraid .i. Tachraide, Artraige, Deisceart Chliach 7 Ui Idbanna, Ha. 869.
in Leinster; ¶  "the King of Araide without satire is Cæmgen," &c.; ¶ , Bb. 154 a.
Mochonna Araide, Lec. 118.
ds.; ¶  Dál Corpri in Araidiu, the fourth Priomhsloiniudh of Cucorb, X. 73; ¶  in Leinster (?) or Ulster; ¶  v. infra.
gs.; ¶  the gs. Airidi d. Airidiu shows it is masc. or neuter; ¶  .i. Dál-Araidhe; ¶  Rath Line of Magh Line in it, Lc. 22–3; ¶  gs. Araidhe, Lct. 158–9; ¶  the largest terr. in Smaller Ulaidh, extended (Bk. Leacan, f. 140 b) from Newry to Slemish and from Carriag Inbhir Uisce to Linn Duachaill (Magheralin says O'D. perperam; ¶  it was evidently on the coast of Louth, and almost indisputably Dundalk Harbour; ¶  the reason for some reserve is that farther to the south, on the shore of the bay, is a place called Linns, nr. Annagassan, i.e. áth na gcasan linne, so perhaps Linn Duachaill is the whole of Dundalk Bay); ¶  the Dal Araidhe descended from Fiacha Araidhe, K. of Ulaid in 240 A.D.; ¶  the dues of the Rí eachtach Araidhe from the king of Aileach, Bb. 151 b; ¶  Mag Semne in Araidiu, ds., Ll. 6.
ara irthir
v. Ara.
ara iubhraicc
Clann Taidhg a hÁrann hiubhraicc; ¶  Ara in Tipp., St. B. 466; ¶  v. Ara, g. Arad.
ara murbaigh
Ara min Murbaigh, .i. great I. of Aran, in Galway Bay, in which is Murbhach, .i. sea-plain, towards its NW. end, at Cell Murbhaigh, Fy. 288.
ara na naemh
Fep. Bco 23 a; ¶  Aran isles; ¶  v. Ara.
native of Ara; ¶  Domnall Arannach, D. of Aran, Scotland, Au. iii. 382.
so in 1250; ¶  Arasaig in NW. of Argyle, Jo.
aras celtair
.i. Raith Celtair maic Duach, now Downpatrick, Of. 247; ¶  Coarba Dúine dá leath ghlas, nó Arais Cealtrach, Ai. 63 a; ¶  Aras Celtchuir, .i. city of Down, .i. Downpatrick, Ct. 563.
Mochua Arasnai. The Feile of this St. on the xiii. Kal. Ap., Ll. 357.
Arathar; ¶  al. Arrochar (on Loch Long), Scot., Jo.
ara tíre
dp. Araib-tire; ¶  Corc Losat of Araibtire., Bb. 99 b; ¶  Corc losad do araibh Tire Geoguin Bebra (no mBibra) Fiachrach Tort chothis isind a Srith chrich h. Cathbhadh Tire ó Fhirt Morainn go Sliabh nEbhline, Tor. 627; ¶  Arad Tíre, .i. b. Duharra and adjacent territory in Tipperary, N. 256; ¶  Cell Mór Arad Tíre, Lis. 19 a; ¶  Aradhaibh tíre, dp., b. Arra or Duharra, c. Tipperary, Fia. 140; ¶  v. Ara, g. Arad, supra. Macrime, son of Findchadh, son of Firruith, from Araid Tíre is named, Bb. 71 b. Ara tíre was not only Duthadh Araidh, but included the ch. of Kilmore, 4 mls. S. of Nenagh, now in b. Upr. Ormond, Fm. v. 1298.
ara uí dhomhnuill
Ó'n Antruim go hArdmhac 's go hAruinn Uí Dhomhnuill, Bran. 172 a.; ¶  Aran island in c. Donegal.
in Islay, Cps. 312.
arboric letha
.i. Latium, .i. Latium iarsin ro fucc in t-aingel i n-Arboric Letha cuisin cathraig dianad ainm Capua i Sléib Armóin, Lb. 26.
Orbraige in Orrery, c. Cork, N. 262; ¶  v. Orbraige. arbriu; ¶  Airbriu, ds.; ¶  Airbri, gs.; ¶  Cs. 405–6; ¶  seems in Fotharta of Leinster, and in Wexford.
orkneys, rectius Orcaibh; ¶  Stewart, p. 490, 83.
a city opposite to Tropolim, nr. Mt. Lebanon, built by Arcias, son of Candan, son of Cam, Bb. 2 b.
al. Pelpensecdai, descendants of Cam, son of Noah, Bb. 26.
Con. 58a; ¶  from context it is in N. of Ireland, and in the land of Mac Manus (or O'Donnell, or O'Ruairc?); ¶  v. Airgetglend.
Agabentor came from Arcadia with 40 ships, Bb. 237 a.
rex Oa nDuach Arcadrois, Au. i. 362; ¶  v. Airgetros.
nasf; ¶  Ll. 135–6; ¶  Hercules slew the lion that devastated Arcáid, Ll. 223; ¶  the lion of Archaid devastated Archaid, Bb. 233 a.
ds.; ¶  in tan ro bói Patraicc ic ingaire mucc Milcon meic hui Buan i n-Arcail, i., nomen uallis magnæ in-sen i tuaisciurt Dal Araide ic Sleib Mis, ocus i Sciric sainriud ticed cucai, Lh. 98; ¶  a great glen in the north of Dal Araidhe at Sliabh Mis, Fir. 692; ¶  now the Valley of the Braid, nr. Sleib Mis, Ra. 84; ¶  gs. Scirec Archaile, Ct. Part I., cap. 22, in p. of Skerry, d. of Connor; ¶  v. Aurchuil, Erchuil.
Aeneas went up the Tiber to Teach Evainnir, King of Arcaite, Bb. 259 a; ¶  Evanoir, King of the Arcanta, in Italy, Bb. 233b; ¶  here Arcadia in Greece and Pallantium on the Tiber are mixed.
tír Arcáne, Ll. 135–6; ¶  seems in Asia.
Gether, son of Sarum, from whom are the Arcannai, in Asia, Lu. 2, Lec. 70, Bb. 4 b, 274 b.
Ua Tuamáin tigerna Ua mBriúin Archaille do ghuin do Uibh Cremthainn, Fm. ii. 984, Au. ii. 78; ¶  Dligid Rí Ua mBriúin Archaill (dó Ríg Emna) secht n-eich, &c.; ¶ , 7 (dligit) Ui Chremthaind tuarastal eli (Chremthainde in text violates the metre), Fen. 368, 370, Lct. 144, 150, 246, 281 (Lct. has Archaill and Archoill and rightly Ui Chremthaind); ¶  Ui Briuin, now Muinter Birn, al. Ui Briuinia Aquilonaris, in c. Tír Eoguin, et d. Ardmache, Ct. 184, 149; ¶  Muinter Birn is shown on an old map, says O'D., in S. of b. Dungannon, c. Tyrone, Lct. 247; ¶  Síol Duibhthiri 7 Ua Briuin Arcoill 7 Fir Roiss; ¶  Siol Colla dá Chrich, Hx. 253. archelo; ¶  Gb. 77; ¶  Arc-lo, a Norse name, now Arklow, c. Wick., in Irish Inbher Mór, B. lv. 1041; ¶  Arclo, Arcloo, Arclou, Hmd. in years 1225–1250, Ah. 74, an. 1270; ¶  dry. of d. Dublin, and previously in d. Glendalough, Cr. 144.
in dry. of Idrone, c. Carlow, Tax.
v. Archall.
Sippirites was appointed over the Arcosos and the Cedrosos, Bb. 274 b.
b. Ferard, c. Louth, al. fir Árda al. Árd Ciannachta; ¶  Metan Cael i n-Aird, F. 169; ¶  = Methel Cæl, ógh, ó Dísert Meithle Cáile i Feraibh Arda, Fg. 216; ¶  ds. Aird shows it is fem.; ¶  v. Árd Ciannachta.
Anaird, gf. na hÁrda, in Cianachta glinne gemin, Bco. 21 b; ¶  in a later copy it is an-Áird Thuaith; ¶  now Ard Meg Gillagain, and Termond Árda Meg Gillagain, Bco. 22 a; ¶  Ardmagilligan, c. Derry, Ci.; ¶  do bathadh Fercomais etir Áird 7 Inis Eoghain, Fm. iii. 84, Lc. i. 182, Au. 216.
the Árd, nr. Enniskillen; ¶  Matha hua Luinín, airchinnech na hÁrda (al. g. Arda Ui Luinin, Au. iii. 162), Au. iii. 32, 262, Fm. iv. 1103–1104; ¶  Piarus cam hua Luinín, i. sai senchaidhe 7 fer dana 7 oirchinnech na hArda 7 Trin Airigh Maelain, Au. iii. 148; ¶  Ferann na h-Árda Muinntire Luinín; ¶  in it was Tamnach (dsf. Tamnaig) an réta, now Tawny; ¶  now Arda, a tl. in p. Derryvullan, b. Tirkennedy, c. Fermanagh, Au. iii. 504, 650, Fm. v. 1312; ¶  v. Ard Muintire Luinín and Tamnach an reata; ¶  plaigh do bheath a nArda Muinntíre Luinin, Au. iii. 630; ¶  g. Árda, Fg. 42; ¶  na h-Arda, Mt. 16, in Fermanagh, Mi.
Benchor in it, Au. an. 824; ¶  Bangor is in b. Ards, c. Down; ¶  Cath Maige Culind in Airdd Nepotum n-Echdaigh; ¶  Concobair Airdd occisus; ¶  orgain Bennc(h)air ac Artiu (sic); ¶  slogad la F. corici Aird Ulad co ro ort in Aird; ¶  co hAirther na hArda; ¶  do dul a n-Aird Ulad (as.); ¶  a ndul ar siubal a n-Aird Ulad (d. or a.), Au. i. 151, 195, 319, 526, ii. 126, iii. 232, 632; ¶  Fm. years 771, 1011, 1230; ¶  gsf. na hÁrda, Lc. i. 128; ¶  The Ards, c. Down, Ci. Mi.; ¶  Arda, Hui Echach na hÁrdda, so called from Eocho Gunnat, Ll. 331; ¶  an Aird comprehended of yore not only the present b. of Ards, but the bb. of Iveagh and Árd Ua nEchach = Árd Ulad, q.v.; ¶  Rí Arda in Ultaib, Lis. 145 a; ¶  Rí na hÁrda has as Tuarastol from the King of Ulster 8 ships, 8 servants, 8 steeds, 8 goblets, and 8 garments, Lec. 189 a; ¶  Rí na hArda, his dues from the King of Aileach, Bb. 151 b; ¶  Ainmire ri na n-Ard, Md. 82; ¶  "Aebfind ingen Ainmirech mic Ronáin ríg na hárdda," mother of Enna Airne, Ll. 372, Lec. 90; ¶  Cath Árda, in Ulster, in the time of Conchobar Mael, King of Ulster, Lec. 360; ¶  Seascann and Rochuir, two celebrated men who lived in Aird, in Ulster, at the time of Conchubhair Mac Nesa, Fir. 50; ¶  a subdiv. of Uladh, The Ards (Lr. and Upr.), c. Down, Lc. 164; ¶  Brianus del Ard, A.D. 1225–1250, Hmd. 116.
a house in the Midhcuairt of Tara; ¶  al. Teithe na mban, Lis. 200 b.
at Aghnenure Castle on W. side of L. Corrib, Wc. 23.
a mountain E. of Cashel, the land of a tribe of the O'Deas, Obr. Cath Árda fought by Tuathal Techtmar against the Aitheach Tuathaibh, wherein was slain Anguba mac Antuaraich of the Clann Seangoind, Lec. 590, Fir. 49.
gs. Árda, gs.; ¶  in the country of O Gilla Michil, Munster, as O Duibh Árda, one of the Oglaigh of Duthaigh Ui Gilla Michil in Munster, Bb. 112 a.
gs. Arda, nr. Baltimore in W. of c. Cork, where was the castle of O'Flainn-Arda, Obr.
ard (?)
it is hard to identify some of these Árd, Arda, Aird; ¶  Ciarán in Aird, Lec. 116; ¶  Fionnchadhán na hÁrda, Md. 56, Mt. Fg. Moernóc hóÁrd, Ll. 368; ¶  Cruimther Connrach in Árda, Md. 56. Árd, one of the three Dúine of the Tuath De Danann, Lec. 561; ¶  the "three hÁird" of Erin are Cruachan Oigle, Aei Cualann and Bend Boirche, Bb. 42 b.
an Árd; ¶  the Ord of Caithness, Max.
the Airds in Perthsh., Ayrsh., Galloway.
nr. Derpatric in Meath, Rst. 22.
árd abla
King of Tethbae killed there, Au. i. 270; ¶  al. Lis árd abhla, Lissardowlin in p. Templemichael, c. Longford, O'D.; ¶  in Fm. an. 270; ¶  or More O'Ferrall's place of Lissard.
árd abla
at the site of the battle of Gabra or of Ollarba, Sas. 1140; ¶  ro thircan Colum cille i n-Ard Abla do Aedh mac Brannuib (no Brenainn), Lis. 35 b. Six score and 8 heroes were slain at Árd Abla, under Donnghus mac Lanamhna, Lis. 209 a.
a territory of the O'Flins in Carbury, c. Cork, O'B.
Ardagh hill, village and parish nr. Newcastle, c. Limerick, O'B.; ¶  better Ardachad, the Ardagh chalice found there.
now Ardagh, Ardaghy, names of many tls. villages and pp.
"for Druim Lighe fo dheas for Ath nGaphla, for Árdachadh," on Meadhbh's route from SE. of Cruachan into Ulster, Hf. 5 a.; ¶  v. next word.
Medb árdachaidh, Md. 314; ¶  v. next two words.
i Tebtha, F. 48, Fg. 30; ¶  i Tethba, Md. 40, Mi., Ct. 132, 133, 271; ¶  in S. Tethbae, Tl. 82, 86, Of. 403; ¶  SE. of Cruachan Aii, Lu. 56; ¶  d. of Ardachad in 1216, Tr. 2; ¶  g. Ardachaid, Au. i. 206; ¶  d. of Ardagh, Brady's Episc. Succession i. 288–9, v. Ch. 277, Mi., Ci.; ¶  and v. Árd Curadh. S. Mél, Bp. of A., C. 22, B. iii. 121; ¶  Au. ii. 42, Fir. 762; ¶  i n-Ardachud epscuip Mél, Lh. 114; ¶  Ll. 42; ¶  Tig. Rc. xvii. 388, Tl. 82, 86; ¶  Erard, Bishop of, B. xxviii. 225; ¶  Conchobur O Fergail, Bp. of, Fir. 620.
Ardagh p. in Brédach, b. Tirawly, Mayo. Fy. 232, 154; ¶  Uí Maoilruaidh ó Árdachadh .i. Ardagh p., 3 m. WSW. of Ballina in Tirawly, Fy. 10.
capella Ardachith in dry. Imokilly, d. Cloyne, Tax.
Sliabh Árdachaidh, now Slievardagh, a b. in E. of c. Tipp., Fm. vi. 2184.
7 Eps. Árdachaid Brechmaige; ¶  al. Ardachad Muige Breg, Ll. 374; ¶  I. 110 b 1; ¶  7 Sts. of Árdachaidh Muighe Brig. Lb. 24.
Ardagh, on the slope of Knocklade, nr. Bunamargy, c. Antrim, Ulster J. of Archæol; ¶  in c. Antrim, Ci., Mi.; ¶  in Ulaid, Mi.
there the Dál Araide defeated the Ulaid, an. 1095, Fm. ii. 950, Au. ii. 54; ¶  Ardagh in p. Ramoan, b. Cartey, c. Antrim, ibi. g. Árda Achaid, Au. ii. 54.
Sléibe Fuiait; ¶  his gilla carried Connor Mac Nessa to his house at Árddachadh Sléibe Fuait in Ulster, Ll. 124, Sto. 7 a 2; ¶  Au. i. 314, Fm. i. 430; ¶  nr. Newtown Hamilton, c. Armagh, O'D., Ch. 130, Cri., Mi.
ardagh in b. Tirerrill, in c. Sligo, Fy. 478.
in Mayo; ¶  Ui Mailruaid of Ard Achad and of Cell Belad, in Bredach, in Huibh Amalgaidh, Lec. 161, 168, Fir. 248, 273; ¶  p. of Ardagh, b. Tirawley, c. Mayo, in the terr. of Bac; ¶  3 miles WSW. of Ballina, Fy. 10, 477, 362; ¶  seems in Bréadach from p. 164, ibi.
á. achad
N. of Druim Licci, Ll. 56.
á. achad
Cath Ardachaidh, wherein Maine Aitreamhuil was slain, Fir. 60.
á. achad
Fm. i. 48; ¶  prob. Ardagh, c. Longford, O'D.; ¶  Fomorians defeated by Aenghus Olmucadha.
á. achad Maige Breg
v. Ardachad Brechmaige.
a. achadh
Ardoch in Perthsh. and Kirkcudbright, Jo.
árd adhamhnáin
Ardeonan (on r. Tay), Jo.
árd aego
Congalach ó ard Aego, Md. 34, 344; ¶  Congalach ard Aego, Fg. 244; ¶  some hill in Island of Egg, in Scotl.
árd aidhin
a comfhoicsi do Chluain Tarbh, Au. iii. 594; ¶  Artane, nr. Clontarf.
á. aidhni
the Caenraraige in Ard Aidhni, in Uibh Fiachrach, Lec. 164.
á. aignech
Au. i. 329 note; ¶  i.e., according to Lu. 75 b, it is Fochaird, Faughart, nr. Dundalk; ¶  A. Aignech frisa ráitear Fochaird indiu, Z. 112 a.
á. ailén
Au. i. 541; ¶  island off the coast of b. Ballynahinch, c. Galway, where St. Fechin founded a monastery; ¶  v. Árd Oiléin.
a. ailigh
Ardelly, in Erris, Fy.
a. aille
Ardally, Aberdeen, Jo. 13.
one of the 72 peoples who spoke the 72 Ilberlae, Bb. 171 b.
á. airidh
in Ulster, C. 216.
á. airthir
the 3 Uilleith Árda Airthir (the Tochostul Fear nÉrenn), Lbl. 640.
á. áith
the six sons of Flann, son of Aurchlosach—viz., Aurtaile of Árd Áith (in Munster), Fir. 639.
Fearadhoch (of the Dál Fiatach), from whom is Furadhran o tra and Maol Ceadair "in Ardáin," Fir. 498.
á. an choillín
in Machaire Connacht, a fortress of O'Conor's, Fm. iii. 642, iv. 712; ¶  Ardankillen, Ac. 304, now Ardakillin, tl. in p. Killukin, b. and c. Roscommon, ibi.
a. an choirce
or Trían aird an choirce in Connacht, Fir. 227.
a. anesbi
bellum maritimum Áirde Anesbi, between Kings of Cantyre and Lorn, in 719, Ard. 382; ¶  v. Árd esbi, and Árd die deanesbi, .i. Dalriada; ¶  Cath Ardae nespi, between Cenél nGabráin and Cenél Loairn, Au. i. 170; ¶  nr. SW. coast of Scotland.
a. an fhenneadha
where S. Ceallach was murdered by his own foster-brothers, Fy. 33, 34 Fir. 252; ¶  four foster-brothers of Eoghan Bel, King of Connacht, were treacherously slain at Ardán Feindeada, Lec. 163.
á. an gháire
alla tuaidh don inbher dianid ainm Súilech; ¶  on N. of Loch Suileach, in p. Aughinunsin, b. Kilmacreanan, c. Donegal, now Ardingarry, Fm. v. 1611.
ardán glas
Meic Gilli Bricin of Ardán Glas, in the Taisicheacht Maeladuin, in Huibh Fhiachach, Lec. 169.
á. an tsnaoimh
Ardentrive in Argyleshire, Max.
á. an tearmoinn
Ardatermon in W. of b. Carbury, c. Sligo, Fy. 478.
á. aodh
tl. Ardea, p. Tuosist, b. Glanarought, c. Kerry, Ods. 575.
á. aolaig
in Kiennachta in Ulster, Ct. 46, C. 562.
á. aonaigh emna
in Leinster, birthplace of Cailte mac Midhnai, or Cailte mac Liathain, Ll. 379.
á asse (v. Aisse)
in Lugmad, Ll. 204; ¶  if same as Cacumina aisse (of Bk. of Armagh), Brega included Lugmad.
á. b.
the 3 Oscon Árda b. were of the Dail Mesincorb, Bb. 122a; ¶  .i. Ard Bresta or Árd Brestine (?), q.v.; ¶  Árd b. of Ll. 350 is Árd Breccáin, q.v.
a. badar
Imtusa in Cablaigh do berar os Aird Badhar sin for bru Innber Feile, Sto. 17 a 2.
á. baile
in Offeria dry. of d. Ardfert, Tax.
á. begán
in Tuaisceard in Ulster, Gn. lxxiii. a. berna, ar Magh Rein, Fen. 237; ¶  no doubt Berna in braith, al. Fenagh.
á. bes
in Ili, Scotland, consisting of 30 houses or families, Lec. 240, Bb. 84 b.
á. bigseach
Ciar, daughter of "Duibre," in Árd Bigseach, Bb. 123 b; ¶  Ciar, daughter of Duibre, of Árd Bicseach and Bicell, in Imleach na Laega, Lec. 112.
á. bili
one of the Portaigh righ of Cashel Lec. 377.
á. bo
á. mbó, Au. ii. 152; ¶  for bru Locha Echach, F. 52, Mt. 16; ¶  for brú Locha Eachach i n-Ultoibh, Fg. 40, Md. 54; ¶  now Arboe p. and tl. 2 miles W. of Loch Neagh, in b. Dungannon, c. Tyrone, Fm. ii, 972, 1158; ¶  ruins of old church there; ¶  Colmán ó Á. Bó, Ll. 173 a; ¶  Colmán Árdabó, Bb. 119 b, Lec. 96, Ls. 14, C. 223, B. v. 87; ¶  Colmán Muccaid of A. bó, Fir. 714.
a. mbocáin
in Crich Malonn, nr. Bruiden Dachocæ, Bdc. 388; ¶  Do Cer Bocan la hAimirgin, conid uaidh ainmnigher Árd mBocáin i Crich Malonn, Hc. 2, 719.
a. bhraigh
Rughraidhe, King of the Firbolgs, died at Ardbhraigh, Tor 301.
a. brecain
near Cashel, Mac Curtin's Antiq. 178.
a. m(b)recain
Ardbraccan in Meath, Fep.; ¶  g. Árda Brecain, Bk. 27 a; ¶  Árd mBrecan, Tig. Rc. xvii. 372; ¶  Ardd mBreccáin, Ah.; ¶  A. mBrecán, Bb. 42 a; ¶  A. Brecain, Tl. 184; ¶  in Meath, K. 166 a, C. 568; ¶  one of the "Aibne" of Erin, Bb. 42 a; ¶  Port Lomáin diec. Midens., al. Aird Breacain, Md. xli.; ¶  Húi Neill defeated the Danes at Á. Breccain, Ll. 310; ¶  in battle of Á. B. the Dál gCais defeated the Lochlonnaigh, and Saxolbh, Earl of the Lochlonnaigh, and his men were slain by the Hui Colgan, K. 166a; ¶  Damhliácc Arda brecain seems "i Feraib Breg," Au. ii. 92; ¶  S. Algniedus, Bp. of A. B., C. 568; ¶  Giolla Moduda of Á. B. wrote a poem on the Irish Christian Kings, Bb. 34 a; ¶  Troscán trén tarrasair in Árd Breccain in Huib Neill Naoi Giallaigh, Ll. 354, 350; ¶  Troscan Arda Breccain, Md. 168; ¶  Ultan Áird Breccan, Lh. 14, 109, 112, Fir. 734, Ct. 128, 633; ¶  Ultan maccu Conchobhair in Á. B. Féile on Kal. Sept. Ll. 362, Mg. xiv.; ¶  Ulltan Airde Breacan, Md. xxv., 235; ¶  Árd Brecáin, F. 136 Fg. 170, 232, Au. ii. 12, Lis. 16 b, Md. 234; ¶  g. Áirde B., Md. 34; ¶  Árda B., Md. 194; ¶  Aird B., Fm. ii. 664; ¶  2 m. W. of Navan, c. Meath, Ch. 149, Cg. 20, Ac. 124, Ci., Mi.
a. brendomnaig
the 12 men of Muinter Fhinnio in Á. Br., Ll. 373, Lb. 23; ¶  the Holy Disciples of S. Finnianus in church of A. Brendomnaich, C. 398; ¶  al. Escair Branain nr. Ballinter bridge in b. Lower Navan, Dm. i. 113.
a. mbresta
nr. the Slaney r. in Ui Ceinnselaig, Ll. 301 b; ¶  from Scadarc (Skerk in S. of Ui Cennselaig) by Muntech, Muinchen, Daimine, Etar, Ard-chaill, Ard Bresta, r. Slaney, Fe, to Belach Conglais, Ll. 301 b; ¶  a. mBresta, Ll. 47 b; ¶  seems in Leinster or Wexford; ¶  N. of Ardchaillid in Leinster, Lec. 612; ¶  al. Á. mBrestine (?).
á. mbrestine
in South of Mag Fea in South Leinster on the Munster border, Ll. 114 b, Rc. viii. 50; ¶  Duach Dalta Deadad was slain there by Fachtna Fathach, Lec. 587; ¶  battle of, An. mundi 3899, Of. 266; ¶  in c. Carlow, Mm. 268.
á. mbric
Dealbhaoth, son of Oghma, fell by Eogan or by Fiacha, son of Dealbhaoth, K. 124 b.
á. mbruchais
in Laighis, Ll. 318, in Laigis of Leinster, Lec. 216, 274; ¶  Garban, son of Luigne of the Laighis Leathan Atha, from whom Árd mBruchais is called, Ha. 802.
á. bruig
Rudraige Puith, two years King of Erin till he died in Á. Bruig, Ll. 127.
a. caemáin
Sas. 3719; ¶  seems to be in Dal n-Arraide; ¶  it is usually Ardcavan in Wexford; ¶  v. a. Caomáin.
a. chaill
from Scadarc (Skerk in S. of Ui Cennselaig) by Muntech, Munichen, Daimene, Etar, Ard-chaill, Ard Bresta, r. Slaney, Fe, to Belach Conglais (Baltinglass), Ll. 301 b.
á. caille
Ardchalzie (Breadalbane), Jo.
a. chaille cailte
in Muscraidhe tri maighe; ¶  Find was buried in Á. Chaille Cailte, Ll. 144.
a. chaillid
as.; ¶  S. of the Slaney in Ui Ceinnselaig; ¶  Árd mBresta is between it and the Slaney r., Ll. 301 b; ¶  N. of Echar, in Leinster, Lec. 612.
á. cáin
á. caoin; ¶  many places so named.
a. cáin
in Connacht, al. Druma, na Sealga, at Duibinis, Lec. 489, Sa. 43 a 2.
a. cain
a caoin, Fg. 172, Mt. 33.
a. cáin
S. Finchad of, Ct. 346, 379; ¶  Mon. in Ethica in Britain, C. 583, S. Finchanus of; ¶  Art Chain in Tiree in Scotland, Ad. 66.
a. cáin
Fintán Airdecáin, Feast on the Nones of Sept., Ll. 362; ¶  Fintán Árda Caoin, Md. 238; ¶  Fg. 172; ¶  F. Áird Cain, Mt. xxxiii.
á. caindlig
at Tulach ndeár, i.e., déra in Dagda; ¶  between Cruacha and Ulster, at Bruighen da Cocha, Bb. 229 a; ¶  á. Caindlech, at Tulach na ndéar, i.e., déara in Dagda, Lec. 522; ¶  A. Cainligh, A. Coinligh at Tulach nDer, I. 169 a 1.
á. cáinroiss
F. 176, F. 182; ¶  = Árd Camrois (q.v.), no Ros cain i Cluain Fergaile, i. i nDelbna Tíre dá Loch, F. 182.
a. caithne (?)
Ardkathny in dry. Adare, d. Lim., Tax.
a. cam
cath Árda Caim, Fm. i. 112, Hb. 51.
a. camma
in Leyney; ¶  Baile Ui hUidrin 7 Baile Ui Caomhgain in it, Charter of B. of Kells.
a. camrois
for brú Locha Carman i n-Uibh Ceinnselaigh, Fg. 240, F. 217; ¶  for brú Locha Garman; ¶  nó Cainrois, i Ros Cain i Cluain Fergaile, i. i nDelbna Tíre dá Loch, F. 182; ¶  on the shore at the bay of Carman (Lough Carman, or Gorman, Wexford Habour), S. Bean of, B. lviii. 1035; ¶  church of S. Mobeoc, Ct. 182; ¶  Mo. Phiócc ó Ard Camrois for bru Locha Carman in Uibh Ceinnsealaigh, Md. 336. a. cánachta; ¶  Donnchadh Laidir Mac (Cairthigh), from whom are the Sliocht Arda Cánachta, Hz. 60, Ai. 130 b.
a. caoin
v. A. Cáin.
a. caomháin
Caomán of, la taobh Locha Garman a Laighnigbh, Md. 168; ¶  in Ui Cinnsealaig, Fir. 733; ¶  v. Airde (Airdne) Caemáin, now Ardcavan.
a. carn
in Connacht, Con. 4 b; ¶  leg. Árd Carna (?).
a. carna
in d. Elphin, Tax., Mt. 17; ¶  i Connachtaib, F. 62, Fg. 50; ¶  nr. Loch Cé, Lc. i. 328; ¶  the d. of Tuam, as defined by Synod of Ráith Breasail, extended from the Suca to Árd-charna, and from Áth an Termainn to the Shannon, K. 174 a; ¶  one of the five Sees of Connacht founded at Synod of Ráith Breasail A.D. 1110, K. 173 b; ¶  in Mag Luirg an Dagda, Fy. 76; ¶  Epscop Árda Charna; ¶  Ardcarne; ¶  Bishop Bró-Aed of Árd Charna, Fen. 178, Lb. 18, Ll. 350, Md. 70, C. 562, Au. i. 40, Fir. 744, Hb. 58; ¶  Ua Maelchiaráin airchinnech Árda C., Au. ii. 274; ¶  Ua Dreáin airchinnech Árda C., Au. ii. 274; ¶  Fm. iii. 298, Hb. 122; ¶  Ardcarne, 4 miles E. of Boyle, c. Rosc., Beó-Aedh its patron, 8 March, Fy. 76, Kj. ii. 340, Fep.; ¶  Mælcoimgin O Scingin, airchineach and Caipellan Árda Carna, Con. 1 b.
a. carna
nr. Tuaim, Au. ii. 280; ¶  this seems the preceding Ardcarne p. in c. Rosc., and Tuaim is Tuam O'Conor, 5 m. NNE. of t. of Roscommon, or else Tuam in c. Galway.
a. casain
Mt. 14; ¶  is Eireadh Cassáin in Fg. 24.
a. cath
Ardcath in dry. Duleek, d. Meath, Tax.
a. céin
nr. Druim Inisclainn, now Dromiskin, between Castlebellingham and Dundalk, At. iv. 182; ¶  Tadc mac Céin went to Ráith Chro and defeated the Ulaid in 7 battles the same day, from Crinda to Árd Céin, Lec. 421; ¶  a poetic name for Glaise an Eara, K. 145 a.
a. gcenannuis
in Tuath Muighi finne, in Munster; ¶  Árd gCenannuis and Dún Araill, form one Baile, Lis. 183 a; ¶  is araill the neuter of araile?
á. chiannacht
in Erus Conclann; ¶  N. of Disert Lochad in Ulster, Ll. 68; ¶  v. a. Ciannachta.
a. cianachta
b. Ferrard, c. Louth, Au. i. 136, 194, Ct. 52; ¶  Rí Árda C., Au. i. 325, 136, 250; ¶  Fia. 90, Cri., Ch. 97, Mi.; ¶  gs., Árda C., Tig. Rc. xvii. 196; ¶  v. Fir Arda; ¶  King of Á.C. distinct from King of Ciannachta, Ch. 97; ¶  a. Cenachte, Ad. 110; ¶  in Bregia, extended from Glas Nera, nr. Druim Inisclainn (Dromiskin) to Cnoc Maoildoid by the Liffey; ¶  Duleek and Drumcar were in it, and so was the region between the r. Delvin and Dublin; ¶  Bríg .i. Vigorosa, Virtuosa, filia ducis Ardkianacht mater Congalli, B. x., Mai. 580; ¶  Dubloch árda Cianachta, Sb. 4 a 1; ¶  Oire, daughter of Fergús, and Maelteghlaigh, wife of Olioll of A. Cianachta, Bb. 156 a.
á. ciannachta
rí Árda Ciannachta extended from r. Liffey to nr. Drumiskin in c. Louth, Fia. 90; ¶  Slieve Bregh, running from nr. Collon in Louth eastwards to Clogher Head, was in it; ¶  gs., (Ardae, Airrde, Airde) Ciannachta, Au. i. 262, 194, 316, 364, 382; ¶  d. Aird C., Au. i. 414, 138; ¶  Drumcar in b. Ardee was in it. á. chinnechan; ¶  Queensferry in Scotl., Cps. 432. a. chlanna Ailello Ó-luim, Mr. 122.
á. chloch
Arklow, Of. 15.
á. cluana
the seven bishops Áird Chluana (gs.), and the 7 Eps. of Dairi, Ll. 374; ¶  I. 110 b 1; ¶  the seven saints Árd Cluana, Lb. 24.
a. chluain na fene
gabhsat rompa i ceann Mairtine Mumhan gu rangatar co Druim Meadhóin Mairtine dar bha comhainm Ard-chluain na Fene agas Mucfhalach mhuc Daire Cerbe righ Meadhoin Mairtine fris a n-apur Imliuch Ibhair aniu, Lis. fol. 176 a; ¶  A. Cluain na Féinne in Ormond, Lis. 181 b.
á. chluicc
Diarmaid Mac Cairthigh Musgruidhe, of Inis Uí Raithille, from whom is Fear Árda Chluicc, Ai. 131 b.
a. chnoc
bó cech lis ón Ardchnoc, .i. Cnoc Brenuinn, Lis. 29 a. ardcnuic tri n-eigeas; ¶  three high mounds of the three Eigse at Croghan, Bb. 136 b.
a. coemáin
or Airdne coemáin, now Ardcavan in c. Wexford; ¶  this Coemán is different from Coemán of Aran, Wc. 90. a. coiocrichus atha luain; ¶  one of the five buadha of Connacht, Bb. 147 a. a. conaig (v. A. Conaing); ¶  Conach, Lucennan and Colmán mór mac Fergusa in Árd Chonaig, Ll. 353, Lb. 22, Fir. 753; ¶  Conan Luich cennan and Colmán mór, son of Fergus of Árd Conaich, Bb. 123 b. Lec. 113.
á. conaill
port ríg Caisil, Lis. 143 a, I. 136 a. 1, Lec. 377, Bb. 149 a, Lct. 90; ¶  clearly in Clare, O'Don.
a. conaing
port ríg Caisil, I. 136 a 1; ¶  Conach Óg ó Árd Conaing, Md. 285, 388.
á. conais
St. Darerc and her virgins lived there under the care of St. Ibar of Begeri in c. Wexford, Cs. 169; ¶  in Wexford (?).
á. conglais
Arkinglas, Inverary, Jo.
a. corrain
Fiachna mac Demmain, King of Ulster, slain in Cath Ardda Corrain in Ulster, Ll. 41; ¶  the three sons of Cainnnine, slain in Cath Árda Corran by Fiachna, Bb. 95 b; ¶  three sons of Chaindi Findi, slain by Fiachnai mac nDeamain in Cath Árda Corran (of the Dalnaraidi), Lec. 272; ¶  á. Corann, in Dál Riado, Hb. 65; ¶  Cath of A. Corann between Dal Riata and Dal Araidhe, Tig. Rc. xvii. 179, Au. i. 96; ¶  possibly the hill above "the Corran of Larne," c. Antrim. There is a mound on it which is perhaps the grave of Fiacha, son of Deman, K. of Dal Araidhe, slain in the battle; ¶  the Ulaid defeated by Dal-Riada in Árd Corrann in 627, Ch. 81; ¶  cath Ardda Corain, Arda Coraind, A.D. 464, Cps. 167, 432. O'Flaherty, p. 477, mentions Cath Arda Corann at year 629; ¶  that refers to the fight of the Dalriata and Dalaraide; ¶  Ac. and Mi. refer to A. Corann, but do not identify.
á. corann
cath Arda Corann, by Leinstermen, A.D. 464, Au. i. 20; ¶  in or nr. Leinster (?); ¶  fought by Fiacha mac Néill rí hUa Failge, Hb. 58.
a. corco airtgin
of the Corco Airtgin from Gabhair Life, some settled in Ard Fedig, some in Ros Tuaisgirt, and some in Árd Corco Airtgin, Fir. 781; ¶  two families of the Corco Artgein of Glend Ailgedan in Gabar Liphi, migrating thence, one came to Ros Tuaiscirt and the other to Áird Fedig. A third family (of them) settled in Áird Corco Artgein, the chief of which was Amniuc Drui, and of which was Barrfind mac Amargein, X. 161.
á crainn
Mt. 29; ¶  = Ard Cruinn, Fg. 134.
á. cremhthainn
Enna Aighneach slain by Crimthann Cosgrach at, A.M. 4907, Fm. i. 84, Lg. 123.
á. crimhne
Moirsenóg Áirde C., Ai. 151 a.
a. crithme
Manchan Airdi Crithme, Bb. 125 b.
a. cróine
in d. Killaloe, Tax; ¶  Ardcrony, b. Lower Ormond, c. Tipperary, 41/2 miles N. of Nenagh, with ruins of castle and church built by the O'Hogans, Fm. vi. 2048, Ods. 575; ¶  v. a. Cróne.
a. croine
Diarmaid, son of Maelseachlainn, of the Clann Duindcuan, slain by the Connachtmen at Ard Croine, Bb. 103 a, Lec. 430.
a. croinne find
in Connacht, Ai. 99 b.
á. croise
Ardcrossce in d. Cloyne, Tax.
a. cróne
s., Sinech Áirde Cróne, Ll. 369, Bb. 126 a, Ai. 152 a, Lec. 119.
a. cruinn
Lonan Arda Cruinn, Md. 192, Fg. 134, Mt. 19 = Arda Crainn, Mt. xxix.
a. cuanaidhe
opposite Ard Cuillind in Machaire Laighen, Lis. 229 a; ¶  Airdi Cuanaidhe, gs.; ¶  in Leinster, Sas. 4843; ¶  in S. Kildare, not far from Raith mór Maige Fea.
a. cuillend
E. of Móin Coltna, Ll. 58; ¶  Á. Cuillend (or Cuillind) in the plain of Leinster, nr. a river, Sas. 4840; ¶  seems in S. Kildare, not far from Mullamast; ¶  in Machaire Laigen, Lis. 229 a; ¶  v. Árd Cuanaide; ¶  St. Beoanus, Abbot of, C. 609; ¶  from Militighi the Deisi proceeded W. to Árd Cuilind siar deas, I. 91 a 2.
a. curadh
Bp. Mael of, .i. Ard-achadh, Ch. 31, 277.
a. dáilauig
d. or ac. in Aird Dáilauig, Tl. 160; ¶  in it was Dún Cruithne, and near it was Mag Dola, now Moyola; ¶  it seems = Árd Eolorg of A., q.v. (It appears to be the district called Airrd, or Ard-Magilligan, the hilly country between the baronies of Keenaght and Coleraine, c. Londonderry; ¶  the church of Dún Cruithne was in it, of which Bp. Beo-Aed was superior. There is a Duncrun in the p. of Magilligan, a little on the NW. of the railway line, about halfway between Magilligan and Bellarena Stations); ¶  v. Árd Daloiche.
a. dailoig
Clann Fogartaigh in "Aird Dailoig," Lec. 129; ¶  Ua Cathaláin was Chief of Clann Fogartaigh in Connacht, and Mac Cathmaoil was Chief of Clann Fogarty in b. Clogher, c. Tyrone, Fm. ii. 1098, iii. 66.
a. daloiche
Ro mharb in Magnus Cedna Daloiche, conid huad Árd Daloiche for bru Locha Febail, Z. 472 b.
in Íle, containing 30 houses, Fir. 402.
a. die deanesbi
glossed Dalriada; ¶  Cath maritinum Aird die de anesbi etir Dunchadh mBeg (ri Chindtire) cum Genere Gabhráin, A.D. 719, Hb. 73; ¶  v. Airde anesbi (?).
a. domnach
church in Hi-tuirtre, Ct. 184. á. driseoige (or driseog); ¶  in Argyle, Ardrishaig, Max., Jo.
á. dromann
Ardrummon, in p. Aughnish, b. Kilmacrenan, Donegal. a. druim; ¶  Ra. 78; ¶  Ardrum "a mile north-east of Inniscarra, near village of Cloghroe," Smith's Cork, p. 155.
á. dúine
Ardoyne in Ui Feidhlimthe, c. Carlow, Tax.
a. dumai
co toracht Ard naisiu 7 Árd nDumai in Teafa, I. 147 a 2.
á. eilbhe
Ardelve (Loch Alsh), Scotland; ¶  cf. Sliabh Eilbhe, c. Clare.
a. eirenn
Arderin, in Queen's Co., highest of Slieve Bloom mts.
or Árd eo; ¶  Brenaind Áirdeo, Ll. 366; ¶  Brenaind Árda Eo, Lec. 115, Bb., 124 a; ¶  Ciarán Áird Eó, Ll. 367; ¶  Breanainn Árda Eó, Ai. 150 a.
á. n-eoghabhail
probably nr. Knockany, c. Limerick; ¶  Knockadoon, at Loch Gur, Cg. 86.
a. eoghain
in Ulster; ¶  cath Áirde Eoghain by Conall mac Néill Naoighialloigh, St. B. 595; ¶  pursuit from the r. Finn to A.E., St. B. 615; ¶  á. Eoghain, Fen. i. 327, with an alias reading Carrac Ennuig; ¶  perhaps Carrigans, p. Taughboyne, c. Donegal, nr. the junction with Tyrone and Londonderry.
a. eolorg
A. 15 a 2; ¶  seems between Ardd Srathe and Lee Benndrigi (the Fir lee?); ¶  v. Árd Dailauig, Carn Eolairg, Carrac Eolairg; ¶  a terr. in c. Derry, near Loch Foyle, Ch. 55; ¶  ap., Áirde Eolairg, "Genus Eugain 7 Conaill mercede conducti inna Lee 7 Áirde Eolargg," Au. i. 58; ¶  don chur soin dorochair doridhisi na Lee 7 Cárn Eolairg do chlandoibh Néll an tuaisceirt, Fm. i. 557; ¶  apparently the hilly country between the bb. of Keenaght and Coleraine, originally held by the Cruithni, but ceded to the Northern Úi Néill after the battle of Móindaire lothair, 562: I think Duncroon in Magilligan, c. Derry, is the place.
a. eonóig
Ardeonog, on Lochtay side, R. 400.
in d. Dublin, Cr. 1216.
a. erimthann
a battlefield, Anno Mundi 3841, Of. 264.
a. eryd
now Athuret on the Dumfriesshire Esk, Max. 35; ¶  A. Erydd; ¶  Arthuret, nr. Carlyle, Cps. 432.
in Íle, in Scotl., contains 30 tige or houses, X. 68.
a. esbi
Au. i. 170; ¶  a sea fight between Cenél Gabráin and Cenél Loarn there; ¶  v. Á. an esbi.
a. ethair
Leacht Aingceil in Árd Eathair, I. 171 a. 2.
á. fhathaidh
Fathaidh Airgtheach mac Lughdach Mic Maic Niadh contuil and co cend teora Cáicthighisi fri foghur chirche Boirche diambai for eachtra in Árd Fhathaidh, Sa. 58 b 1.
a. fece
al. Ráth mhór Maighe Fea, Dunadh of Eochaidh Lethderg, King of Leinster, Lis. 229 a; ¶  a. féice, Ard féigi, "the height of (the) rooftree," at Raith mór Maige Fea, in Leinster, Sas. 4804; ¶  seems to be nr. Mullaghmast, Sas. 4815.
á. feda
one of the Dindgna of Erin, I. 143 a 1, Pd. viii. 40.
a. fedig
the Corco Airtgin from Gabhair Life, some of them settled in Árd Fedig, Fir. 781; ¶  the Corco Artgein, who migrated from Glend Ailgedan in Gabar Liphi, one family of which settled in Aird Fedig, and the other in Ros Tuaiscirt, X. 160.
a. feirchis
in Munster; ¶  Lughaidh mac Con was slain in Ardfeirchis in Munster by the Druid of Oilioll Olom, A.M. 5424, A.D. 226, Lg. 149.
á. feradaig
battle of Ard Fearadaigh, in S. of c. Limerick, Cgg. 18; ¶  nr. Carn Feradaigh, Ard Ferta.
a. fernai
while the army of the Conallaigh were in Árd Fearnai, and the Cairprigh at the Caslén Bona Drobaise, horses and people were being wounded between them every day, Con. 54 b; ¶  clearly nr. Bundrowse and Ballyshannon; ¶  E. of Castle of Bundrowes, b. Carbury, c. Sligo, Fm. iv. 848.
á. fert
a. Ferta; ¶  in Magh Locha, Lec. 367; ¶  v. Mag Locha; ¶  Gobais don Oilioll cona Sluagh a Muigh Lacha 7 ro clas fert fodbuigh dia Pubaill ann ar in Ard, Conad de ata Ardfert aniudh, Sto. 13 b 2. a. ferta brenaind; ¶  village and d. in Kerry; ¶  epscop. árd f. B., Au. ii. 96; ¶  an episcopal see in Munster, Ct. 633, C. 89; ¶  St. Brenainn of; ¶  Ardfertensis diocesis, an. 1219, Tr. 10, and passim in Tr.
a. fidraid
at Móin Gae Glais, in Leinster, Lbl. 415; ¶  at Móin Gai glais, I. 148 b 1; ¶  Doluidh an ess Culdub Mac Den do chuinngidh ghona duine eigin, goroghon Fidhridh Mac Daimhe Duibhe a quô Árd Fhidraidh, Sa. 11 b 2.
á. fínáin
Fínan of; ¶  north of Sliab Cua, F. 77; ¶  i Mumain, Md. 76; ¶  St. Finanus of A.F., C. 628, Ch. 323, Hb. 102; ¶  St. Fíonán of ArdFhionáin was of the race of Fiochuidh Muilleathain, K. 164 a; ¶  Arfinan, an. 1200, cantred in Munster, Sw.; ¶  church in d. Lismore, c. Tipp., in bb. Iffa and Offa, Sw., Ods. 575; ¶  on the banks of the Suir, Obr.; ¶  Archfinan on the r. Suir, Gb. 30; ¶  v. Mi., Cri.
a. findmaighe
in Teffia; ¶  battle of A. F., in Tebhtha in the reign of Irial Faidh, Bb. 23 b.
á. finn
Ardfin (Jura), Scotl.
á. finntáinn
gs.; ¶  Ardafintainn, tl. in W. of p. Killursa, b. Clare, co. Galway, Wc. 371; ¶  O Daigean Árda Fintáin rachtairi Í Domhnaill, .i. Domhnall taiseach comóil Hi Fhlaithbertaigh, Z. 189 a.
a. fleadha
in Lethnocht in Hi Maille Machaire, in Caoille, in Munster; ¶  the Hi Chinn Fhaelaigh are of this place, Lis. 182 b.
a. fostada na féine
or Árd in fhostada on the r. Slaney, where there is a ford; ¶  "Height of the arrestation of the Fianna," Sas. 4935, 4941, 4978; ¶  on the other side of the Slaney from Raith mór Maige, Fea, Lis. 229 b.
árd fothid
Árdd Fothaid; ¶  A. 18 b, Tl. 148; ¶  seems near Rath Cungi; ¶  al. Ráith Domhnaigh in Tír Aodha, Lg. 190; ¶  a royal fort in Tír Hugh, Ct. 144; ¶  in b. Tirhugh, co. Donegal, Ch. 87; ¶  from Ed. 479 it seems to be nr. Benna Boirche; ¶  Fothad Oirctheach mac Lugdach mic Maic Niad slept for 6 weeks, here by the Fogar Chirci Boirchi, Unde Árd Fothaidh, Lec. 506, Bb. 223 a; ¶  Fothaigh Airctheach mac Ludach mic Mic (sic) conarcuil ann co ceann teora coictisi fri fogar Circi Bairchi dia mbae for eachtra; ¶  Unde Ard Fothaigh, I. 163 b, Sa. 86 b 2; ¶  now Ardpatten b. Tirhugh, c. Donegal, Mi., Cri.; ¶  Domnall mac Aeda was slain in Ard Fothaid after returning from Rome, Lec. 615, Ai. 16 a; ¶  Bás Domhnaill mic Aodha mic Ainmireach ri Eireann in Árd Fothaigh, Hb. 65.
a. fothaigh brenaind
in Ciarraidhe Luachra, Lis. 154 a.
á. fota
Mt. 16; ¶  = Airedh Foda, Fg. 42.
a. futhe
Molasse Áird Fhuthe, Ll. 368; ¶  Áird Fuaithi, Lec. 117; ¶  Airdi Fuithi, Bb. 125 a; ¶  M. Aoirde Fúithe, Ai. 151 a.
a. ngabhaill
Muintear Sgrinne-dá-Cuailen-viz., Ui Foramáin, Muintear Dhearáin of Ard nGabhaill beside Ath Meadhoin, &c.; ¶ , Fir. 144; ¶  Deran mac Beacaidh mic Anfaidh, mic Chonbrochain mic Dabhais a fh(Fh)erann Maigh Derain Ardnagabhail a taobh Atha Meadhoin, Hx. 198; ¶  Muindter Deran of Árd nGobaill, nr. Ath Meadhóin of the Clann Cearnaigh, Bb. 47 b, Lec. 131; ¶  the 7 Sts. in Árdgabail, Lb. 24; ¶  a. Gabhail, ds., in Caille Conaill, in Hy Fiachrach, Fy. 166. a. ngabhla (.i. Ardgabhail ?); ¶  Pd. viii. 40; ¶  in the N. of the Dál Ccais (?); ¶  the Connachtmen burned Dál Ccais, beginning in the N. of the country, and coming S. to Cnoc an Duabhain, "ionnus go ttigeadh an fear, ó Árd nGabhla go hÁrd Cinn Coradh fón ttine sin; ¶  or it may be that it was in by the Shannon they went," Ai. 93 b.
a. gabhar
Ardgour in Argyle, Max. 22; ¶  Ardgovre at Loch Linne, Jo.
a. gabreni
in the Decies, c. Waterf., Cs. 284; ¶  v. A. Gobren.
ds; ¶  Mo-Luóc Liss móir in Albain, .i. Cille Delga i n-Ardgal, F. 107; ¶  Cluain Accuir (Achuir, Mt. 35) i n-Ardgail, Fg. 186; ¶  Daighre ó Cluain accair in Árdgail, Md. 263; ¶  Rath Mac Stiallain is in it, Fg. 204; ¶  secht meic Stialláin ó Ráith mac Stialláin in Ardghal, Md. 286; ¶  v. Cenél Ardgail; ¶  the Tuath Luigne in Bregia in Laoghaire, in Ardghal, &c.; ¶ , Fir. 53; ¶  i Laegaire 7 in Ardgal, Ha. 743; ¶  Ard Scannlaighe i cCenel Árdghail, Fg. 236, Lb. 23, Fir. 706, rí Ceniuil Arrdgail, Au. i. 208; ¶  v. Ardgar; ¶  the King of Tara gave to the King of Ardgail, 7 shields, 7 steeds, &c.; ¶ , Lec. 189 b, Lis. 145 b; ¶  sub-div. of Midhe, in E. Meath, but not located, Lct. 176–9; ¶  but is located by Cell Delga, Cluain Accuir, Raíth Mac Stialláin, Tuath Luigne, Laogaire, Bregia, Ard Scannlaighe, which are in it; ¶  v. supra and those place-names. ardghal mag mhathgamna; ¶  seems in Oirghialla, Au. iii. 50.
á. gáin
Breanann Árda Gáin, Ai. 150 a.
a. gaoithe
Ardhgye, al. Ardgay, al. Bonar Bridge, in Scotland, Jo.
Scandlach, of Ard Scandlaich in Ardgar, Lec. 113; ¶  i Cenél Ardgair, Bb. 124 a.; ¶  Scandlach, daughter of Sechnasach mac Coluim, in Árd Scandlaig, in Cenél Ardgair, Ll. 354; ¶  if daughter it must be A. Scandlaige.
á. geimme
in Letha, Ll. 107 a.
á. nglas
al. Árd na macraide, Sas. 2035; ¶  in Donegal, nr. Dún na mbarc (seat of Conall, son of Niall, King of Cenél Conaill).
á. glas
Ardglass, port-town in S. of b. Lecale, c. Down, co hAird Glais, ó Aird Glais, Au. iii. 126; ¶  Á. Glaisi, Mis. i. 236; ¶  A. Glas or A. Glaisi, M.; ¶  "now p. of Ardglass in Down," Ra. 35.
á. goan
Brenaind Áirde Goan, Ll. 366; ¶  B. Arda Goain, Lec. 115; ¶  B. Aird Gain, Bb. 124 a.
á. gobren
in Ossory, St. Molua's place, Cs. 887; ¶  v. A. Gabreni.
á. grianáin
Argrennan in Galloway or Dumfries, Max. 24.
a. guair
A mBaile na bhfuinnseóg fuair cion trom far thriall Árda Guair, Caithreim Aodha I Bhroin, Bran. 93 a; ¶  .i. Gorey (?).
á. imairic
Baedan Airdimairic, one of the Fian of Find O Baiscind, Lbl. 333.
á. n-imir dimechlaid
Bec said, "Eochaidh Triseichtach will be King over A. nImir Dimechlaidh; ¶  Eochaidh whom Finn of Magh Bile blessed, and also whom Bec Mac De blessed in Ráith Maigin, Ro.
a. in anfhir
i. Crich Laigen a Muigh Lifi, Ro.
a. inber
Arklow, c. Wick.; ¶  al. Inber mór, Of. 181, Ll. 127 b, Bb. 46 a; ¶  Dealbhaoth the Árdri died at A.I., Tor. 382 or 302; ¶  the T.D. Danann King, Fiacha, son of Dealbhaoth, fell by Eoghan at A., K. 124 b; ¶  Dún Ultain and A.I. lands of Ó Beollain, Fir. 288. a. in chaillin; ¶  in Machaire Connacht, Au. iii. 18; ¶  v. Á. in choillin, A. an choillín; ¶  now Ardakillin, p. Killukin, c. Rosc. a. in chairn; ¶  Fen. 153; ¶  a tl. of Carnhigh and tl. of Carnhill in b. Kilmacrenan, of which prob. one was meant, Hen.
a. in choillin
in Connacht Ruaidhri O'Conor had his longport, A.D. 1369, Lc. ii. 38, Fm. iii. 632; ¶  hen laying three eggs a day in Árd in Choillin, Baile Muircheartaigh Duibh, A.D. 1472, Con. 40 b, 64 a; ¶  now Ardakillin in p. Killukin, c. Rosc., Ci.
á. in chomla
Ardcolagh, in b. Frenchpark, c. Rosc., Lc. ii. 504.
á. in dirma
in Ulster, Lu. 82, Lb. 34 b; ¶  at Imroll Belaigh Euin in Muirthemne, or in Tamainn, Lbl. 608.
á. in fhenneadha
Fy. 34; ¶  in Connacht.
a. in gaiscid atúaid
al. Fochaird Muirthemne; ¶  S. of Caerthenn ban finn, and N. of Ath na Carpat, Sas. 2315; ¶  Lis. 216 a.
a. ind maigi
Cath Arda ind Maigi in Tethfa, Lec. 574; ¶  v. A. Inmaith.
a. inmaith
Cath Árda Inmaith in Tethbu, fought by Iriel Faid, Ll. 15; ¶  A. Inmaoith in Tethbha, Fm. i. 34, Sb. 362, Sc. 20 b 1, Lg. 84, K. 131 a.
a. in proicepta
"the height of the preaching" in Leinster, Sas. 4827; ¶  context shows it to be nr. Ardscull moat or Mullasmast Rath in S. Kildare; ¶  in Magh in trín at Maistiu, in Leinster, Lis. 229 a.
á. insi móri
Colman Árdinsi móri, Ll. 366.
a. in tennail
Ardintenant tl. in p. Skull, b. West Carbery, Cork, Lc. ii. 174–5.
á. in tsnáimh
Ardentrive (Kerrera, Oban), Jo.
a. ladlarn
the three hAirt Árda Ladlarn, Lbl. 640; ¶  a mistake of Lbl. or scribe for A. Ladrand (?).
a. ladrand
A. Ladrann; ¶  Ladru Luam, from whom is called Á. Ladrand, Ll. 4, 127 a, Fir. 781; ¶  Ladra, son of Ughin Urgnaidh, from whom is called A.L., Ll. 378; ¶  from sons of Auirgen Urgnuidh, King of Leinster, Bb. 70 b, Fir. 434; ¶  called from Ladhra, one of the three husbands of the fifty women who came to Ireland before the deluge, K. 122 b; ¶  Ladru buried there, Ed. 477, Fir. 29; ¶  a battle there between the sons of Eiriomhón and the sons of Eibher, Lg. 84, Of. 194, Tor. 302, K. 131 a, Bb. 31 b; ¶  in Leinster; ¶  Brighid, daughter of Cobthach, son of Oilill of the Lagenians of Ard Ladhrann, mother of Aodh mac Ainmire, Bb. 156 a, K. 160 a; ¶  Cineul Cobhthaigh, of Árd Ladhrann, in Leinster, Fir. 468, Bb. 78 a, Lec. 206, Sb. 3 b 2; ¶  in Ui Ceinnsealaig; ¶  Colgu, rí Airde Lathrann sl. an. 721, Au. i. 172; ¶  Mon. in Leinster, founded by S. Maidocus, C. 212; ¶  in c. Wexford, Of. 162; ¶  A. Lathrann in regione hUa Kinselaig, C. 210; ¶  intavit portum in regione hUa Kinselaig in oppido quod dicitur Árd Lathrann, C. 210, 217; ¶  cf. tuile Ladrand, tuile Clidna, and tuile mBaile, Ll. 168; ¶  so A. Ladrand is on the sea; ¶  in the south, Ll. 8; ¶  Ladhra went from Comar na thri nUiscee to A.L., Lg. 2.; ¶  on the E. coast of Wexford; ¶  perhaps Ardamine, O'D. Fm. i. 2; ¶  Mageogan renders it Ardleyren, Ac. 11; ¶  I have seen this remarkable Ardamine hill, and the upright stone on it, nr. the sea, 1 m. S. of Courtown harbour; ¶  nr. it "on the road from Gorey to River-Chapel is one of the most perfect raths in Ireland; ¶  it consists of a cupola of clay surmounting the platform, about half an acre in area of an artificial mound, and on the N. side of the platform is a rude erect stone cross, and adjoining the moat is the ancient cemetery of Ardamine; ¶  local tradition says the mound contains a stone chamber," Pgi. at Ardamine; ¶  look for Ladru there. As we have sene that A. Ladrann is in Leinster, in Ui Ceinnselaig, on the coast (tuile Ladrann, portus), and a remakrable burial-place, O'D's. "perhaps" may be omitted.
á. laodhach
in MacDermot's country, c. Rosc., Lc. ii. 178.
a. lathrann
Colggu rí Airde Lathrann slain in 721, Au. i. 172; ¶  .i. Á Ladrann (?).
a. leathan
v. Ard lethan.
a. lecach
i Maigh Ene, Fg. 242, Mt. 39; ¶  in Magh Ene; ¶  Eoganan of Áird Leccaigh, Ll. 365; ¶  Eoghanán of A. Leccach i Muigh Ene a ngar d'Es Ruaidh, Md. 342.
a. lemnachta
in Uí Ceinnselaig, N. lxviii., Bb. 113 b, Sb. 3 a 2; ¶  g. Árda Lemnacht .i. New-milk-height, in Ui Ceindselaig, N. 124, 134; ¶  in Uib Cendselaig, the Tuatha Fidga defeated there, Cps. 326, N. lxviii.; ¶  perhaps the mountain of Forth in Wexford; ¶  Cath Arda Lemnacht in Tuath Fidba in Fotharta, Ll. 15; ¶  in Ui Ceindselaig, Bb. 23 a; ¶  battle fought there between Críomthann Sgiaithbel, King of Leinster, and the Tuatha Fíodhgha, K. 130 b; ¶  Árdda Lemnachta, Ll. 196 a; ¶  Cnoc Árda Lemnacht, Pd. 30, 32.
a. lerig lugbaidh
Three years Góir Gilla Comghaill was King of Ulster, till he fell in the battle of Ard Lerig Lugbaidh, Bb. 35 b.
a. lethan
Ardlahan, nr. mouth of r. Maigue, c. Limerick.
á. lethan
Coeman in Árd Lethan, Bb. 120 b, Lb. 16, Lec. 105; ¶  Caomhan mac Tailtin of Ard L., Fir. 733, 734.
a. lethan
Stronghold of Dobrobar, Druid of Nia Noigrainni, of the Firbolgs, Bb. 109 b, Ha. 70; ¶  in Bregia (?).
á. licce
Aeclessia Magna Aird Licce; ¶  St. Patk. fd. Sendomnach here, and placed Deacon Coimanus in it, A. f. 12 b 1, 9 b 2; ¶  a place in Tir Cairedo, where Sendomnach was fd. by St. Patrick, Tl. 104; ¶  seems in c. Rosc.; ¶  perhaps Ardleckna in p. of Aughrim. á. lis; ¶  Hui Maeláin ónd Árdlius, in Leinster, Ll. 314; ¶  Ui Mailin ón Ardlus, descended from Cathair Mór, I. 576; ¶  Ua Nialláin Ardlis, Lec. 197; ¶  Arles village, and p. nr. Carlow town (?).
a. lonáin
Feile Aedgein Ardda Lonain on XV. Kal. Dec., Ll. 365, Fg. 240, Mt. 38, Md. 340.
a. luathrid
Ardd Luathrid, Ll. 52 a 23, at the r. Barrow, where Mac Cecht burned Meichi, and threw its ashes into the Barrow, Bb. 192 b; ¶  at the Barrow, where Mac Cecht burned to ashes the three Cridi, Lbl. 414; ¶  in Árd Luaithrigh ro loisc Cecht na tri Crighi, at the Barrow, I. 148 b 1; ¶  Coro loisg Mac Cecht na tri cridhe a Muigh Luathad. No comadh an Árd-luaithridh no loisg 7 coro la a luaith lasin sruth (Bearba), Sa. 11 b 2.
a. mac bren
in d. Glendal., in Wicklow, Cr. 1192; ¶  a. mac Brein, 1200, given to Ab. Glendaloch, Sw.; ¶  seems nr. Kilbaylet and Cruhelp; ¶  v. Ard Meic Brein.
a. maccreuan
in 1200 given to Ab. Glendal., Sw., .i. Árd mac Crimhthain (?).
a. mac ndobrain
nr. St. Columba's Dubregles at Derry, where Scandlán mac Colmáin was imprisoned; ¶  Adr. 39.
ardd macha
Á. Machae, Á Mache, A. Mathe, Art Mache, Altitudo Machae, Altum Machae; ¶  relicta Machia, i Machi, ds. (f. ?); ¶  al. Druim Sailech, Dorsum Salicis, are the names for Armagh Height in the Book of Armagh; ¶  the gs. is Áirdd Machae or Alti Machae; ¶  v. Hogan's Documenta de S. Patricio, Index pp. 152, 150, 151, 169, 120; ¶  Refothaig Patraic Áth Truim 25 annis ría fothugud Airrd Machae; ¶  téit P. i Machai; ¶  don Machai; ¶  fundavit P. ecclesiam cui est nomen Ard Macha; ¶  ní san Machai atbéla; ¶  t'ordan 7 t'airechas in Ardmacha, Tl. 68, 226, 228, 230, 252; ¶  Macha ben Nemhidh adbath 7 ro h-adnacht 7 ba he indara Mag deug roslecht la Nemedh, Sa. 61 b 2, K. 123a; ¶  I find Arda and Airde Macha as gs.:—Arda Macha, Md. 174, 184, 232, 246, 268, Au. ii. 8, 20, 202, iii. 164, Cg. 8; ¶  Áirde Macha, Au. ii. 78, iii. 396; ¶  i n-Ard Macha fil rige, Lh. 101; ¶  orddan do Mache, gl. do glór ocus t'airechas do Ard Macha, Lh. 102; ¶  .i. Ceand Erend, Bb. 42 a; ¶  in tealach dan ainm Ard Macha inniu, et Ard Soilech a ainm cosin; ¶  Eisseirgi Patraic a nDún; ¶  a ordan a n-Ard Macha, Lis. 6 a; ¶  i nDruim Sailech, du ita Árd Macha inniu, Lis. 6 b; ¶  between Airgialla and Sliab Fuait, Mac Conglinne, p. 114; ¶  fer inaid in righ do tabairt shluaigh móir leo co Machaire Arda Macha 7 a ndola fa Mainistir na mBrathar mbocht a n-Ard Macha, Au. iii. 126; ¶  founded A.D. 444, Au. i. 10; ¶  it and Cluain Iraird, Au. i. 332–3; ¶  Eogan Mainistrech, abb. of, it and Cluain-auis, under one abbot, Dindagad, d. 805, Au. i. 290; ¶  830, plundered, for the first time by foreigners, thrice in one month, Fm. i. 444; ¶  1020, all burned—viz., great Damliac with roof of lead, bellhouse (cloicthech) with its bells, the sabhall, the Toi, carbat na n-abad and senchathair preciupta, Au. i. 544–7; ¶  an. 869 "Diarmait, son of Diarmait, killed a man in A. M. before the door of the house of Aedh, King of Temhair," Au. i. 382; ¶  the account in Fm. i. 436 of the battle which took place in 826–7 for the succession of the primacy points to some rules observed in selecting; ¶  Eoghan, lector of Mainistir (Buithe), was expelled by the Airghialla and restored by the Cinel Conaill and Cinel Eoghain, after which one of the seniors is represented as writing—Ní ma ruccsam ar mbáire ní má lodhmar sech léire, Ní mar ggabhsam Éoghan sech cech ndeoraidh ind Ere; ¶  Not well have we gained our goal, not well have we passed by Leire (Dunleer), Not well have we taken Eoghan in preference to any pilgrim in Ireland, from which it appears that if the election had not been extraordinary on this occasion a bishop would have been chosen from the monastery of Dunleer; ¶  A. Macha (diocese of), the extent of diocese or jurisdiction was from top of Benn Muilt (or Sliab Muilt) to Sliab Mis, from Sliab Mis to Bri Erigi, and from Bri Erigi to Drommanna Breg, A. fo. 20 b; ¶  the diocese, according to Tl. p. 234, seems to have extended its jurisdiction in some form to Dromma Breg, the hills of Bregia between Louth and Meath, in the south, to Sliab Mis, Slemish in c. Antrim in the north, and to Bri Airigi in the west, probably, the east coast being the remaining boundary; ¶  Machaire Arnaide in Oirgiallaib i cCondae Muinechain was in this diocese, Md. 78; ¶  Cathaír Áird Macha, nó Ulad, has under it Clochar, Árd Srátha, Doire, Coindire, Dún dhá Lethglas, K. 173 b (Synod of Ráith Bresail); ¶  Mainister Petair ocus Póil i n-Ard Macha, Md. 90; ¶  Machaire Arda Macha, Au. iii. 122; ¶  A. Macha Mongruaidhe, St. B. 421; ¶  some other references to Armagh are—Lis. 7 a, 14 b; ¶  F. 18, 07, 81, 103, 133, 154; ¶  Fg. 14, 74, 102, 120, 129, 162, 168, 174, 266, Md. xxxi., xlvi., 14, 96, 100, 114, 138, 296, 300; ¶  Mt. 12, 25, 32; ¶  Au. ii. 6, 10, iii. 304, 380; ¶  Fia. 126, Kp. 435; ¶  Mi., Ci., Cri.; ¶  Ct. 6, 7, 10, 28, 46, 162, 164, 167, 289–292; ¶  B. vii. 523; ¶  Cs. 218, 363, 551, 554, 559, 582, 627, 639, 827, 907.
a. macha brege
A.D. 1564, O Néill do thecht go Fine Ghall 7 Goill do cruindachad na agaid 7 ruaig do thabhairt d'Ó Néill ar na Galloib don taoibh a tuaith d'Árd M.B., Lc. ii. 386; ¶  it seems in Fingall, but Hennessy equates it with Armaghbreague, b. Upper Fews, c. Armagh. It is curious that Fm. do not record it. I think it is "Armagh Bregagh, a fair-town in c. Meath," of Steward's Topographia Hibernica; ¶  Armaghbrague House is 12 m. N. of Louth, and about 9 m. S. of town of Armagh.
a. mac nasca
in Ultonia, S. Lasrian, B. lviii. 657; ¶  Ct. 183; ¶  v. a. Mic Nascai.
a. mac n-eoghain
Ardmacroan in b. Ballintober North, c. Rosc., Ci.
a. macnissi
a convent of Minors, see Ard-Mac-Nasca, B. lviii. 658.
a. mac n-odhráin
i n-Inis Eoghain, Lh. 187; ¶  Amra Cc. 46, Rc. xx. 46; ¶  Mullaghroe nr. Greencastle (?); ¶  v. Corthi Snáma.
a. mac n-ordan
Colum Cille arose from addressing Aed Mac Ainmirech at the Dáil Droma Cetta, and proceeded to Árd Mac nOrdan, or, as more likely, to the Duibh Recles or Daire, Lb. 238 c 3; ¶  nr. Dromcet or Derry.
a. mascrebain
in d. Glendal. in terra Ua Murethaig, Cr. 1173.
a. madaidh
Ardmaddy nr. Loch Etive, in Scotl., Jo.
a. maelchon
Ardmulchan on the Boyne, nr. Navan, c. Meath, Fm. ii. 692, Ch. 219; ¶  Archimulchan juxta Boin, Ardmolghan, Rst. 6, 14.
a. maeldubháin
now Ardmealduane, in O'Shaughnessy's Country, p. of Beagh, b. Kiltartan, c. Galway, Fm. v. 1712.
á. mag anabha
the Carbradhi Chalma Ardmuige Anabha in gach áird, I. 176 b 2.
a. maic rime
Ui Ailello beaten, Au. i. 272; ¶  in Connacht, and seems in c. Sligo or near it.
a. máil
in dry. and d. of Cashel, Tax., Grigoir Arda Mail, F. 63.
a. máile
Ardmayle, village 31/2 miles N. of Cashel, on the r. Suir, Mm. v. 1755; ¶  Ods. 575; ¶  the Butlers of Árd Maille, Fir. 811.
a. manntain
tainic (Ciarán ó Inis Angin) co hArd Manntain i farrad na Sinna, Ard Tiprat a ainm in tan sin, Lis. 38 b; ¶  must be near Cluain Mac Nóis (?).
a. már
Fiacail Sluinte baird Declain deoda ón Áird Máir, Ll. 370; ¶  gsf. Áirde Máire Arde Máire, F. 112, 120, 217; ¶  v. Árd Mór.
a. marcach
"nó Ard Macha at present," Lbl. p. 761; ¶  al. Árd Macha, NW. of Emain Macha, where there was a wood in the time of Cuchulaind, Lbl. 757.
a. meic brein
d. Glendal, beyond the mountains (nr. Balelomain and Cell Belet), Cr. an 1173; ¶  cf. Armacrevan.
a. mic coilberd
in Baile idir dá Abhuinn, in Tuath O Conail in Munster, Lis. 183 a.
a. mic conaing
one of the Rioghports of King of Cashel (A.M. Conaind, Lec.), Bb. 149 a, Lec. 377, Lis. 143 a; ¶  .i. Castle Conaing, .i. Castle Connell (?).
a. mic grainni
in b. Boyle, c. Rosc., Ci.
a. mic nascai
a. mic Nassca; ¶  Laisrén of A. mic N. for brú Locha Láig i n-Ulltaib, F. 159, Fg. 202, Md. 282; ¶  Anmiri mac Maeluidhre in Ard mic Naisc, I. 65 a 2; ¶  Ainmiri, from whom are Meic Maeluidir of A. Mic Naisci in Ulster, Lec. 282, on brink of Loch Laoigh in Ulaid, now Holywood, on Down side of Belfast Lough; ¶  Mac Nasca was St. Laisrén.
a. mic rime
Ui Ailella defeated in 791, Au. i. 272, Mi.; ¶  in Connacht.
a. mhic shimidh
Cnoc Muire i n-Aird Mhic Shimidh; ¶  Kirkhill in Inverness, Stewart, p. 538.
a. midhair
Conchobur hua Dochartaigh taisech Arda Midhair (al. Áirde Mídhair), Lc. i. Kilteevoge, W. of Cenel Enna, c. Donegal, Tp.; ¶  O'Doherty's land in Fanat, O'Br.; ¶  now Ardmire in b. Raphoe, Ci., Mi., Ac. 294.
a. monann
maidm Arda Monann, nr. Árd Fhirdiad in Louth, nr. Ardee, Au. ii. p. 26, Mi.
a. mór
in d. Lismore, Tax.; ¶  Declan Arde Máire, F. 112; ¶  D. Áirde Móire, F. 120, Bb. 120 b, Fg. 143, Mt. 30, Md. 200; ¶  i nDésib Muman, F. 120, Md. 200, Fir. 718; ¶  v. B. xxx. 591, C. 73; ¶  Ardmore, c. Waterford; ¶  Áirde moiri, of the Dal Mac Con of the Deisi, Bb. 43 b; ¶  D. i n-Áird móir, Lb. 15, Fep., Fir. 715.
á. mór
Ardmore Pont in Islay, and in NW. of Mull, Jo.; ¶  in Aberdeen, Argyle, Dumbarton, and other cos. of Scotl., Max. 15.
a. mór
Ardmore, nr. Athy.
a. muilinn
Ardmillan House, Girvan, Jo.
a. muintire luinín
a Tamnuigh an Réta i ferann na hArda Muinntire Luinnín, Au. iii. 504; ¶  v. Tamhnach an Réata; ¶  a n-Arda Muinntire Luinín, Au. iii. 630; ¶  Árd of Fermanagh; ¶  v. Fm. an. 1396, 1441, 1477, 1512; ¶  Tawny is in p. Derryvullen, b. Tirkennedy, c. Ferm., Arda tl. in p. Derryvullen, Fm. v. 1318.
a. muirchol
Ardaib Muirchol, Artdaibh Muirchol, Ad. 118; ¶  a well of St. Columba there; ¶  Artmuirchol, Artdamuirchol, Ad. 133, 40; ¶  dp. Artdaib Muirchol, p. 118; ¶  now Ardnamurchan in Argyle.
a. na n-aingel
a n-Inis Cathaig, Lis. 20 b, 21 a; ¶  al. Uarán nGaraid, in Connacht, Sas. 7734; ¶  al. Cacumen Garad, al. Bri Garad, al. Druim Ferta, q.v. Oran, nr. Tulsk, co. Roscommon, W. of Sliab Baghna, Sas. 7800.
a. na mbrecc
Iomairecc Áird na mB. in Ossory, Fm. i. 366.
a. na gcábóg
r. Fergas falls into the sea, in c. Clare, Fm. v. 1669.
a. na caithne
now Smerwick Harbour, in p. Dunurlin, b. Corcaguiny, c. Kerry, Ods. 591; ¶  Ardnacantus portus qui Anglis Smeruic vocatur iuxta Danguinam oppidum, O'S. ii., iv. 15.
a. na cath
Domhnall mac Seanchan, of the Clann Fhlaithbheartaigh mic Cosgraigh mic Lorcain, da mbarbadh an Árd na Cath, I. 87 a 1.
a. na císe
in t. Finoo, p. Kilmoylan, b. Shanid, c. Limk., Ods. 597.
a. na clocc
at Cluain Mic Nois, I. 127 b 1; ¶  al. Turlach Droma, Kj. iv. 453.
a. na clog
at Tochar Cluana Boírenn, Fer. 71.
a. na gclog
Ardnaglug, b. Moycarne, c. Roscommon, 5 miles SW. of Ballinasloe, Lc. 388, Ci.
a. na cnó
tl. in p. Killiny, b. Kiltartan, Galway, Im. 90, 88.
a. na crána
"the high place of the sow," NW. of Ballimore and Blary, c. Westmeath, Sir H. Piers in Description of Westmeath, p. 80.
a. na crech
nr Bruiden Da Chocæ, NE. of Athlone; ¶  Ro bithu dno Crech Soindim 7 Crech Doindim ic Árd na Crech, Hc. 2, 719.
a. na criadh
Seán O'Briain purchased Árd na Criadh (in Thomond), Ai. 114 b.
a. na gcrochaire
Ardnagroghery, in c. Cork.
a. na croiche
Ardnacrehy, c. Limerick.
a. na croini
Diarmaid (O'Briain) slain by the Connachtmen at Á. na Croini, I. 85 b 1; ¶  Ardcrony (?).
a. na croise
Ardnacrusha, vil. nr. Limerick City; ¶  tl. in Cork.
a. na croise
Ardnacross in b. Ballycowan, King's Co., Kj. iv. 450.
a. na gcros
a. nan cros
Ardnacross Bay, Campbelltown, Jo.
a. na cruaiche
Arnacrooch (Ellie in Scotl.), Jo.
a. na dairbhrighe
Dervor in b. Kells, co. Meath.
a. na ndesi
in the plain of Liffey; ¶  the Desi, expelled from Tara, proceeded to Árd na nDesi in Magh Liphi, Lu. 54 a, I. 91 a 1.
a. na héirenn
still called "the Height of Ireland," the highest ridge of Sliabh Bladhma; ¶  from it the view comprises 15 counties, the most extensive and the richest in Ireland, perhaps, Kj. p. 16, an. 1851.
a. naescan
iomairecc Aird Naescan etir Ua mBriúin 7 Cenél Coirpri, Fm. i. 352; ¶  Ardnyskine, nr. Árdagh, c. Longford, O'D., ibi.; ¶  but v. Á. Naiscin, A. Noiscan.
a. na n-én
in Muscraige Tíre, Bb. 141 b; ¶  Hui Lachtnain of Árd na n-én (gen. Muscraighe Tire), Ll. 323; ¶  X. 99, Bb. 81 a, Lec. 229; ¶  O Lachtnan of Ard na n-éun, south of the mountain, Fir. 398; ¶  now Ardnaneane, c. Limerick.
a. na gabhar
Arnagour (Col.), in Scotl., Jo.
a. na ngeimhleach
now Cnocach, Knockagh, 3 miles NE. of Cahir, c. Tipp., Ods. 575, 600.
a. na nglas
now Ardnaglass, al. Ardabrone, a tl. in p. Skreen, b. Tireragh, Sligo, Gc. 207; ¶  Fy. 172, 478, 270; ¶  Clann Suibhne Tire Fiachrach .i. Muintir Áird na nGlas, Stowe MS., E. iv. 4, p. 3; ¶  Eamonn mac an Chosmaigh (O'Dubda) died at A. na nGlass, Lec. 173; ¶  Mac Giolla Bricin of Á. na nGlas in Tír ua Fiachrach, Fir. 275.
a. na h-imaircsi
Mr. 180 (a. na h-iomfhairccse, Mac-Morisey), the hill of espial in Magh Rath, whence the Ulaid reconnoitred the army of K. Domhnall in 637.
a. naiscin
Tig., Rc. xvii. 255, bat-betu-Hui Briuin and Cenel Coirpri, ibi. and Hb. 78; ¶  v. Ard Naescan supra; ¶  Ardnyskine, nr. Ardagh, c. Longford.
a. naisen
in Tebtha, 7 ba hÁrd nUmai ainm co sin, Sa. 75 a 2; ¶  Da cuaidh Eitheach, ingean Leandglais mic Luind da Glomraighi Trachta Tuirbi la Teafa 7 la Naisi co toracht Ard nAisiu 7 árd nDumai in Teafa, I. 147 a 2.
a. na macraide
alias Ard Scol, in Leinster, Sas. 4817; ¶  not far from Mullaghmast it seems; ¶  al. Ard Scol, in or nr. Maistiu in Leinster, Lis. 229 a, now Ardskull.
a. na macraide
alias Árd nglas, not far from Dún na mBarc (the residence of Conall, son of Niall, King of Cenél Eogain), in Donegal, Sas. 2035; ¶  a little S. of Assaroe, Sas. 6899.
a. na mael
on the Muaidh, opposite Árd na Riaigh, where 4 foster brothers of Eogan Bel, K. of Connacht, were buried, Lec. 163, Fir. 252; ¶  where the four murderers of St. Ceallach, whose names began with Maol, were buried. There is a cromleac here supposed to mark their grave; ¶  a little S. of Ballina, opposite Ardnarea, on W. of r. Moy, Fy. 34.
a. na murchon
Clann Eoin of Ard na Murchon, a branch of the M'Donalds of Scotland, Fir. 341, Cps. 432; ¶  Árd na muirchol; ¶  Ad., Ardalbmurchol in 800; ¶  Ardnamurchin in 1309; ¶  now Ardnamurchan (NW. of Argyle), Jo.; ¶  mar atáid Clann Raghnaill a túaigh 7 Clann Eóin Aird na Murchann 7 Mac Dubhghuill Lathairn, Sliocht Colla Uais, Hc. 2, 782.
a. na nemheadh
A. na Nemheadh, an isl. near Lismore, C. 539.
a. na n-osruigheach
táinig leo a crích Iarmhumhain go críochaibh Ua cConaill Ghabhra 7 tug Conall ... cath dóibh inar marbhadh dá chéad Osruidheach, gonadh uatha ainmnighthar Árd na n-Osruidheach, St. B. 408; ¶  the site of this battle is said to be in "Críoch Iorruis oill," St. B. 420.
a. na partán
in Inis beg; ¶  it was Conall Claen that gave Ard na Partan to Conall and to Dachua, Bb. 110 a; ¶  a. na bPartán, in Inis bic; ¶  Crab-fish hill on Inisbeg in p. Aghadown, E. division of W. Carbery, Gc. 22.
a. na pratán
Ceithri mic Enna Mic Maine, Oilioll, Comard, Feidlim, Conall Cael, ise ro tinoil in Leabur Sochair do Conall 7 do Certna 7 do rad doib a nArd na pratan a nInisbig, Ha. 758; ¶  v. A. na Partán.
a. na riad
in Connacht; ¶  Domhnall O hEgra, King of Luigne, slain while setting fire to Ard na Riadh on the English, A.D. 1266, Con. 19 a, 45 b; ¶  A. na Riad, Fy. 242; ¶  v. Á. na Riaigh
a. na riag
nr. the Moy, Sil. 63; ¶  a. na Riagh, on E. side of the Moy; ¶  Ardarea, opposite Ballina, on the Sligo side, Fy. 166, 122, Fm. iii. 654, v. 1316, Au. iii. 498, Gc. 209, Mi., Ci.; ¶  ar an tulaigh ós Muaidh; ¶  Ardnarea, on E. of the Moy in b. Tireragh, c. Sligo, Fy. 34, 23, 124, 478; ¶  now Castle Hill; ¶  a tulach over the Moy, where four foster brothers of Eogan Bel, King of Connacht, were hanged, Lec. 163, Fir. 252; ¶  A. na Riagh and its chieftaincy—viz., the district from Ard na Riagh to Tuaim-da-Ódhar, was the Duthaidh of Ó Moran, Fir. 274; ¶  Bél Átha Áird na Riadh i Connachtaibh (in N. Connacht), Au. iii. 308.
a. na rígh
Aedh Dubh, King of Cashel, whom Brenaind blessed at Ard na Righ in Magh Feimin, Bb. 102 b, I. 85 a 1, Lec. 428, Fir. 638; ¶  Aed Dub mac Crimtain, &c.; ¶ , rig Caisil, is he ro bith Brenainn mac Finnlogha ag Árd na Ríg a Maig Feman, Ha. 751; ¶  in Magh Feiminn, Ai. 98 b.
a. na rigraidhi
i tigh Cumascaigh (ri fer Tefa), a n-Ard na Rigraidhi os brú Locha Rí, Lis. 26 a.
a. na righraidhe
tancatar Ulaid cu riachtadar Mairtine Mór Muman cor gabsat sosad 7 longphort a n-Ard na Righraidi frisi n-apar Cnoc Samna iniu, Lis. 28 b; ¶  fris a n-apar Cnoc Samna iniu, Lis. fol. 70; ¶  Knocsouna, in c. Limerick.
á. na sailech
al. Ardmacha; ¶  v. Á. Sailech.
a. na scol
al. Ard Scol, al. Árd na Macraidhe, at Maistin in Leinster, Lis. 229 a; ¶  v. Ardscol.
a. na sreatha
Easpog Eogan Árda na Sreatha, I. 107 b 7 c.; ¶  leg. Arda Srátha.
a. na sruithe
a n-Uib Dróna fria Berba aniar, F. 50.
a. nassade
Caill Chúan (or Tailte) extended in width from Mónai móir, from r. Seile to Árddnassade, Ll. 200; ¶  v. Árd na Suide.
a. na suidhe
Tailltiu in Meath extended from "Monai Móir," from Ail to Ard na Suidhe, Bb. 225 a; ¶  Caill Chuan, ó Monaigh mhóir, ó Ail co Árd na Suidhe, a Suidhe in Suidhe Selga; ¶  Sa. 65 a 1, I. 165 b 1.
a. na teineadh
or A. an teine; ¶  Ardentinny in Scotl., which Max. makes "árd an teine, beacon height; ¶ " it may be hill of the furze; ¶  nr. Loch Long, Jo.
a. na teinedh
at or nr. Tara, Sas. 1731; ¶  hill of the fire, Lis. 213 a.
a. na tineadh aoíl
in Donegal, Fm. iv. 1222.
a. na dtoisech
in tl. of Aigedh Chaoin, where O'Dogherty was inaugurated, Ar. 270; ¶  perhaps a misprint for Aiched Chaoin.
a. na ursce
Asbert in Drai "Basi a inghean féin in Druad," is de do bretha bruit impu do urscath medon lae, is Árd na Ursce, Ha. 845.
a. nemid
i Tírib Ui Liatháin in Munster, i.e., in the Erandaib of Munster, Ll. 292; ¶  in Ui Liathain, Fm. v. 1796; ¶  i Crích Liatháin in S. Munster, K. 143 a, Fir. 388; ¶  now called Lord Barry's island, Of. 169; ¶  .i. Oilén Mór Árda Nemidh, Fm. v. 1796; ¶  Nemed, son of Agnemon, buried in Árd Nemid in Crioch Liathan in Munster, Lec. 84.
Coeman Santlethan Árdni (Árdni Coemáin), Ll. 349.
a. níad
Cath Áird Niad in Connacht, fought by Tigernmas against Síl Ebir, Ll. 17, Lec. 32, 577, 62, Sc. 20 b 2, Sb. 4 a 1, Fm. i. 40, Mi., Lg. 86, K. 131 b.
a. noiscan
Au. i. 218; ¶  Ardnyskine, nr. Ardagh, c. Longford, O'D.; ¶  or Ardneeskan, b. Tirerril, c. Sligo, Hennessy; ¶  battle between Ui Briuin and Cinel Coirpri, 753; ¶  al; ¶  A. Naescan, q.v.
á. noisen
al. Árd n-Umai, Bb. 409 a; ¶  Turvey (?) or in Tethba; ¶  in Tethba, previously called Árd nUmai, Bb. 229 a; ¶  v. A. Naesen, A. Noisen.
a. n-orcher
Árd n-urchair, Gr. 114; ¶  Horseleap, nr. Kilbeggan, Westm., in b. Moycashell, Ac. 217, Mi.; ¶  árd n-orchair, dry. in d. Meath, Tax.; ¶  v. Áth an urchair.
a. ó cellaig
O Cellaigh of Ard O Cellaig, in Taisicheacht Maeladuin, in Huibh Fhiachrach, Lec. 169, Fir. 275; ¶  now Ardokelly in p. Templeboy, b. Tireragh, Sligo, Fy. 170, 264, 478.
a. oa cinnfaeladh
ri Ardda Oa C. fell i cath Áirde Ciannachtae, Au. i. 210, in or nr. A. Ciannachtae.
a. ó congaili
Ó Dondagain K. of A. O Congaile, Fir. 948.
a. odhar
Ardore, in Fermanagh; ¶  and Ardour, in Galway.
a. odba
a dind of Erin, I. 143 a 1, Pd. viii. 40.
a. ódhráin
on Derigdhearc, Ai. 103 a.
a. oilén
C. 714; ¶  Colgan is wrong, and after him Lanigan, as it is called now "High Island, and is several leagues NW. of Aran Islands," Wc. 76; ¶  recte, S. of Inishark and W. of Friars' Isle; ¶  al. Inis iarthair, isle furthest W. of Iar-Connacht; ¶  St. Fechin founded an abbey there; ¶  it lies W. of Friars' Isle, Wc. 141, C. 714; ¶  Archdall and Lanigan mistook it for an isle of Aran; ¶  Gormgal of A. Oiléin, Fg. xvii., Au. i. 540; ¶  is 21/4 m. W. of Achris Point, Pgi.
a. oiligh
Ardelly Point nr. Bingham's Castle, p. Kilmore-Erris, Mayo, Im. 280.
a. ó n-aeda
in Cailli Conaill in Huibh Amalgaidh, Lec. 170, Fy. 8; ¶  gs. Aird ó n-Aoda, Fy. 8; ¶  seems nr. Kilcummin; ¶  in the centre of "ar lár an Chaílli," Fy. 224; ¶  nr. Mullacross in p. Templemurray, Od.
a. oraib (?)
the 10 sons of Conall Cloen, 5 of them Ardoraib and 5 Iarndoraib, al. fri Doraib an-air, Ll. 325.
a. osraide
we have given the eighth of these battles to the Danes in Ard Osraide, Lis. 152 b.
a. pátricc
is in Mumain, Au. ii. 120; ¶  in Kilmallock dry. d. Limerick, Tax.; ¶  Ardpatrick, b. Coshlea, c. Limerick, 5 m. S. of Kilmallock, Ods. 575; ¶  al. Tulach na Féinne in c. Limerick, Sas. 709, Lis. 206 a; ¶  in S. of d. Limerick, as defined by the Synod of Ráith Breasail, K. 174 a; ¶  S. of Limerick, Sas. 1009, 1000; ¶  Ct. 158, Ci., Au. ii. 120, Fm. ii. 1033; ¶  Munster plundered and devastated as far as Sliabh Caoin and Árd Pádraig; ¶  Ceallach Coarb of Patrick, and Archbp. of Erin, died in Árd Patrick and was buried in Lismóre, Ai. 33 a, 33 b, Hb. 103.
a. pátraic
Tl. p. 208; ¶  a place in the Deisi of Munster (Decies, c. Waterford), where St. Patrick designed to build a monastery.
a. patraicc
St. Patrick founded a leper house here beside St. Mochtae's monastery of Lugmag (Louth), and gave the charge of it to St. Mochtae, Tl. 226; ¶  Ard Pátraic fria Lughmhagh anair, Lis. 6 b; ¶  Ardpatrick, tl. in the E. of p. of Louth, c. Louth, Ussher's Works vi. 415; ¶  there is an "Ardpatrick House" S. of the village of Louth; ¶  ecclesia in Conallia Murthemnensi, Ct. 114, 162, 270, 272.
a. pádruig
plundered by the Danes of Dublin in the reign of Conghalach, son of Maoilmhithigh, King of Ireland, K. 169 b; ¶  in Louth (?).
a. páttraig
Ardmacha was burned, both houses and temples, and a portion Árd Pattraig, Ai. 27 b.
a. pádraig
Odhran Árda Pádraig; ¶  Ai. 151 b; ¶  v. Ard Princ.
a. pátraic
Ardpatrick, Knapdale, Scotland, Jo.
a. petain
al. Árd Petain, an. 1160; ¶  belonging to Cell Lamne, given by Bp. of Leighlin and D. M'Murcha to Abbot of Ossory; ¶  connected with Cell Lamne, Gn.
a. phort
Dond Cuailngne ro scail a chnamha na chorp rug ága co Árdphort, Ll. 158.
a. princ
St. Odrán Árda Princ, Bb. 125 b; ¶  (sic, scribe; ¶  recte A. Patric? q,v,),
a. ráith
in b. Clare, c. Galway; ¶  O Domnall na hÁrdratha, Master of the Revels to O Flaherty, Z. 189a, Wc. 371; ¶  seems in p. Killursa; ¶  Ui Dhomnuill Ardratha, Fir. 201, 204.
a. raith mór
Feargal O Taidc in Teglaigh, Chief of Cathal Crobderg's household, was slain, and his son after him, by Dondsleibhe O Hara, King of Sliabh Lugha, on Ardráith móir, Con. 3 b.
a. ráith
the Monaid of Ardratha in Ulster, Lec. 198, Ck. (where it is for Ard Sratha ?). a. ralach (or roilig); ¶  Ardrollick, D. Meath, Sp. 1606, p. 57. ardras; ¶  Adam blundus de A. (.i. Ardresse in c. Kildare? q.v.), Hmd. p. 137, A.D. 1256–7.
a. rathain
Ardrathyn in d. Kilmacduagh, Tax.; ¶  in Hui Fiachrach Aidni, in Connacht, Con. 3 a; ¶  A. Raitheann, Tor. 252; ¶  in c. Galway, Ar. 190; ¶  7 m. N. of Gort, 15 m. SE. of Galway city; ¶  Ac. 245; ¶  Ad conduirc do Mhullach na hEachtghe Árd Rathaoin 7 Disert Ceallaigh, Sb. 33 b 1.
a. rathain
Ardrahan, 2 tls. in Kerry.
a. rathain
Ardrahan, tl. nr. Galbally, c. Limerick.
á. reithi
Colman Áirdreithi, Lec. 115, Bb. 124 b, Ll. 367, Ai. 150 a.
a. relec
tainic Findén tar Bóinn co hEiscir mBranain, áit itá Ard Relec indiu, Lis. 24 b; ¶  seems N. of the Boyne; ¶  .i. Árd-Relec Cluana hIráird, q.v.; ¶  g. Arda Relec, d. ic Ard Relic, Lis. 25 b. a. releg cluana hiraird; ¶  Colman and his 7 sons slain at battle of Belach Dathi, buried in the Ardrelig Cluana hIraird, Lbl. 945; ¶  Ardrely, al. Ardagh in dry. Clonard, d. Meath, Tax.
a. ressan
Gr. 62; ¶  Ardrossan in Scotl.
in c. Kildare, Kc. 242.
a. ri
in Athy dry. d. Dublin, Cr. a. ria; ¶  given to d. Dublin, Cr. 119. a. ricdan; ¶  an 1203, in Waterford, Sw.
a. rige airgiall
7 Kings of the Clann Chuanaig got the Árdrige Airgiall, extending from the Ráith ro-glaiss to the Gagdine ó'ntuile tiar, Ll. 333; ¶  proper name (?).
a. rinnigh
lake in Ulster, C. 209.
a. róich
Lu. 716, Rc. vi., p. 268; ¶  Munremar (a quo Loch M.?) came from Emain Macha to help Cúchulainn and abode in A.R.; ¶  in Ulster (?).
a. ros
Ardross, in Perth, Max., Jo.
a. rosáin
Ardrossan, in Scotl., Max., Jo.
a. ruidhe
A. Ruidi, seat of K. of Munster, Lct. 90; ¶  evidently in Clare, O'D.; ¶  Á. Ruidi, one of the seats of the King of Cashel, Bb. 149 a, I. 136 a 1, Lis. 143 a, Lec. 377; ¶  Trí tuli bit a Dún Ardda Rudi, tuli ócán, tuli ech, tuli Milchon mic Lugdech; ¶  Rudi mac Luigdech Lethain, Ll. 206.
á. sailech
now Árd Macha, Lb. 28, Ll. 186, Hc. 2, 543 b, Lis. 6 b, Uis. 13; ¶  v. Druim Sailech.
á. saileach
in Fanaid, Bb. 23 a.
á. salach
Ardsalach in dry. Trim, d. Meath, Tax. 256; ¶  from p. 265 it seems to be same as Ardmulchan; ¶  now Ardsallagh.
a. scannlaighe
Scannlach of A.S. i cCenél Árdghail, Fg. 236, Md. 330; ¶  v. Ardgal, supra; ¶  Scandlaech ingen Sechnusaigh of Á. Scandlaige in Cenél Árdgail, Lb. 23, Fir. 706; ¶  Scandlach, of Á. Scandlaich in Ardgair, Lec. 113, I. 109 a 2.
a. scíath
O'S. iii. v. 4, marg.; ¶  Tamen Norris Killmuchallogam se contulit. Unde proximo die lunæ redeuntem ad Tumulum Scutorum assequuntur Desmoniæ Comes, &c.; ¶  ... neque pugnandi finis prius factus est quam Norris in Killnamollacham se recepit.
á. scol
"hill of schools," al. Ard na macraide, not far from Maistiu, Sas. 4817; ¶  now the Moat of Ardscull, not far from which is the Rath of Mullamast in bb. of Narraghmore and Kilkea, co. Kildare; ¶  cath Árda Scol in Leinster, Lec. 213; ¶  in dry. of Athy, d. Dublin, Cr. Gr. 40, 56.
a. senaigh
over Fanglend na Féinne, on one side of Cruachan, in c. Rosc., Sas. 4056.
á. senaig
Diarmait mac Boith of Árd Senaigh at Loch Erni, Lb. 23, Fir. 707.
a. seanaig
Moirseanóg Áirdseanaig, Ai. 151 a.
a. sendoim
battle of, Au. 596, Au. i. 76; ¶  cath Árda Sendoim, Hb. 62; ¶  cath Aird Sendain in 596; ¶  seems in Scotl., the "Araid" were victors, the Hui Fin vanquished, perhaps Dunsinnan, Cps. 432.
a. senlis
A.f. 12 b 1, Tl. p. 104; ¶  in Connacht, St. Patrick built a church here; ¶  Lalloc of A. Senlis, Ct. 136.
a. sgiath
in Ulster; ¶  in Aenach Eamna (?); ¶  Assin co hArdsgiath marar fagsat a Sgiatha 7 do impadar asidhein co Glaisi cró, Sto. 19 a 2.
a. sgol
Scoti transierunt per Mediam et Lagineam usque ad Ath hÍ et apud Árd Sgol conflictum habuerunt cum Domino Justiciario Hyberniæ et cum Majoribus Anglicis, Fa. 8 b; ¶  Ardscull, nr. Athy. a. sláine, Church of, C. 142.
a. sléibe
in Ulster, S. of Tulach Roisc, Ll. 186, Lbl. 550, Hc. 2, 543 b.
a. soilech
in tealach dan ainm Ard Macha inniu et A. Soilech a ainm cosin, Lis. 6 b; ¶  v. Drum Saileach, Árd Sailech; ¶  Congal 7 in Gaba a hArd Soilech, sons of Doud mac Durrthacht, of the Clann Rudraighe, Ha. 866.
á. srátha
in Hui Fiachrach Tíre Eogain, on the river Derg, Of. 362; ¶  g. Airde and Arda Srátha, Au. i. 360, 468; ¶  g. Aird S., Au. ii. 12; ¶  Ui Fiachrach Arda Sratha, Fir. 330, Au. ii. 68; ¶  Eogain of A. S. i cCenél Moain i n-Ulltoibh, Md. 226; ¶  Coibdenach of A. S.; ¶  a bishopric, Fep.; ¶  now Ardstraw, c. Tyrone; ¶  Eogain or Eogan, Epscop. Aird Sratho; ¶  Aird Sratho, gs., Cs. 374, 915, C. 305, Ct. 638; ¶  Eogan, bp. of, Bco. 35 b 2, 30 b 1, 3 b, Fir. 725, Bb. 121 b; ¶  Fogartach O Cearbhail, Coarb Eoghain Árd-sratha, al. Rathluirg, on Loch Dearg in Cinéal Eoghain, Ai. 62 b; ¶  Coibhdhean, Bishop of Ard Srath, died in the reign of Loingsioch mac Aongusa, grandson of Aodh, son of Ainmire, K. 164 a; ¶  droicheat Arda Sratha, Au. iii. 514; ¶  now Ardstraw in b. Strabane, c. Tyrone, nr. Newtownsteward, Ac. 99, Cv. 9; ¶  "Ardsrathy" in Ac.; ¶  a Srátha, F. 167, 125, Fg. 226, 162, Md. 158, Mt. 32, Au. i. 132, ii. 12, St. B. 616; ¶  a. srathe, Cs. 374, 915, 917, 921; ¶  .i. Árd Sratha; ¶  Eps. Eoghan, of the Dal Meisin Corb, in Árd Sratain (sic, scribe), Ll. 385; ¶  a. srathra, in Ulster, an Episcopal See founded at the Synod of Ráith-breasail, A.D. 1110, K. 173 b; ¶  it must be for Ard Srátha, q.v.; ¶  a. Sreath (.i. Árd Sratha ?), Eogan Arda Sreath, Lis. 8 b, Fir. 725; ¶  Eogan Airde Sreth, Í. 107 a 3; ¶  Eoghan, Bp. of Sreatha of the Hui Nair, Fir. 458; ¶  Eogan Arda Sreath, son of Caindigh, of the race of Eachach mic Mesincorb, Lec. 330.
a. sruth
Conadh ann sin do fhiarfaidh Breanainn an bhus taithneamhach na hechradh do Diarmaid? Do coimhealtaigh na heich ag Diarmaid ag Faithigh na Teamhrach; ¶  ann sin ro lingidh na heich go nar stada iad go rangadar Árda Sruth 7 tugsat buille da gCeannaibh fon Muir, Hx. 752; ¶  on coast of Meath (?).
a. suird
a hill nr. Limerick; ¶  v. Rath Suird.
a. thethaig
the Cumdach Cruich in Aird Thethaig by En mac Uici, Lec. 572.
a. tiprat
nr. the Shannon; ¶  tainic (Ciarán ó Inis Angin) co hArd Manntain i farrad na Sinna, Ard Tiprat a ainm in tan sin, Lis. 38 b.
a. trea
Trea of, Mt. 28, Md. 210, 190, Fg. 148; ¶  g. Áirde Trea, Au. ii. 116; ¶  Tre, dau. of Mac Cairthend in Aird Trea, subject to St. Brigit, Ll. 353, Lb. 22, Fir. 752; ¶  Artrea, in b. Upper Dungannon, c. Tyrone, Mi.; ¶  Church of St. Trea, Ct. 113.
a. trichime
Manchan Airdde Trichime, Ll. 368, Lec. 118.
a. tuillighthe
in Desmond; ¶  a castle built by Carúnach in Dún na mBarc and another in Árd Tuillighthe, Ai. 53 a; ¶  Artully Castle, c. Cork.
a. ua n-aoda
in or nr. p. Killala, c. Mayo, Fy. 8; ¶  in Tyrawly, p. 166.
a. ua gceallaigh
in Tireragh, Sligo, Fy. 170. a. ua n-echach, Au. i. 150; ¶  prob. in b. of Upper and Lower Iveagh, c. Down; ¶  in Ulaid, Lbl. 658; ¶  Mag Cuillinn in it, Fia. 108, Ch. 115; ¶  "i.e., the Ard or 'height' of Iveagh, c. Down," Hen. [various readings Ard aue nEcdach, point to a place Arda, perhaps "the Ards" baronies in c. Down, but were these of Ui E.?]; ¶  Árd ua-nEchach, al. Árd ulad; ¶  b. Ards c. Down; ¶  v. Árd, and Árd Ulad; ¶  ds. Aird ua nEchdaigh, prob. bb. of Iveagh, Down, Au. i. 150.
a. hui hedh
the Cath Aird hui Heth, fought by Muirceartach Mac Neill, Lec. 140.
a. ui leith
Muircheartach ri Eireann, isé tug Cath Árda Ua Leith dia ndrochair Sochaide, Bb. 49 a, Hx. 202, col. 2.
a. uillind
one of the puirt rígh Caisil in Munster, I. 136 a 2.
a. uillinde
A. Uilinne; ¶  Au. i. 230; ¶  i.e., Inis Eoghain, Lg. 198; ¶  the 3 showers of Aird Uillinne, i.e., of Crioch Mhuireadhoigh in Inis Eoghain, Fir. 764; ¶  seemingly in Crich Muiredaigh in Inishowen.
a. ui luinín
Brian Mac Gilla Coisgle do bathadh ar purt Arda I Luinin, Au. iii. 162; ¶  v. Ard; ¶  now Ardmagilligan Point; ¶  i gCunndae Fhermanach, Mm. 554.
a. huimnonn
gs. Arddae hUimnonn, A. f. 6 b 1; ¶  the church of Bp. Maccuil, probably in Isle of Man; ¶  Arde Hunun in Brussel's MS., v. Hogan's Doc. de S. Patricio, p. 43; ¶  a Uimnen, Tl. 222; ¶  appears to be the name of a see in the Isle of Man of which St. Macc Cuil was bishop.
a. uiscon
g. Airdd U., A. f. 13 a 2; ¶  in Conmaicne hi Cuil Tolat (b. Kilmaine, c. Mayo); ¶  a four-cornered church was built here in the territory of the Conmaicne Cuile Tola by St. Patrick, Tl. 110, A. f. 13 a; ¶  Ardd Uiscon in Cúl Tolaidh, in the land of Conmaicne, Ah; ¶  in b. of Kilmaine, c. Mayo, O'Don.; ¶  in Kierragia Arnens, in Connaught, Ct. 137, 271.
a. ulad
Ti. 60; ¶  the Ardes, two bb. in c. Down; ¶  as. Áird Ulad, Au. i. 526; ¶  dry. in d. Down; ¶  a petty kingdom: rí Aird Ulad, Mr. 230, 231; ¶  rí na n-Árd, Md. 82; ¶  Bennchor in it, Life of St. Comgell, Ussher's Primordia, 611; ¶  K. 119 b; ¶  Cell Droichit is in it, Fg. 184, F. 147, Md. 258; ¶  i n-Achad Cille Clochair no Drochait i n-Aird Ulad, F. 147; ¶  Rubha, baile i n-Aird Uladh, Fg. 122, Md. 178; ¶  Daire (Doire) Ingen Aillén in Aird Ulad, F. 91, Fg. 106, Md. 140; ¶  do dhul a n-Aird Ulad, a ndul ar siubal a n-Aird Uladh, Au. iii. 232; ¶  v. Au. i. 526, Bb. 48 a, Mt. 230; ¶  a taebh mfhos do Bel Fersti 7 é a ndul ar siubal a n-Aird Uladh, Au. iii. 632.
a. n-umai
al. Árd Nóisen, Bb. 229 a, 409 a, Bd. 15, Rd. 127; ¶  seems near Turvey (?) or in Tethba; ¶  in Tethba, I. 168 b 2, Sa. 75 a 2.
are cluta
"regio clottae" about Dunbarton, Adr. 396.
church in the d. of Clogher, S. Ternoc, Ct. 45; ¶  v. Aired Muilt.
tl. of Ballintemple, c. Derry, Cv. 80.
name of an island, Ct. 122.
Reilic Arelaten, a burial ground nr. the Ebra, or Ebro, in Spain, not far from Caesar Augusta, Lis. 107 b.
arem locha con
in Connacht; ¶  Thomas Bared, Bp. of Elfin, a sage of Erin, was buried in Arem Locha Con, A.D. 1404, Con. 46 a; ¶  v. Airem, Airedh Locha Con.
dp.; ¶  Mend mac Salcholain, of Arénaib in Ulster, Ll. 94. areth; ¶  cantred of Areth and Wetheni, charter of 1201, Gn., in Munster; ¶  v. Ara.
vale of r. Arigna, which flows between Sligo and Leitrim, Mis. i. 242; ¶  v. Airgetglenn.
Argyle, Cps. 432.
v. Airgetros.
the Argives.
gs.; ¶  bacholl Dachiaróg Argail, Mt. xxxi.; ¶  v. Árdgal (?). argaman; ¶  gs.; ¶  cath Argaman, bellum Arggamain between the families of Clonmacnois and Durrow, 763, Tig., Rc. xvii. 262, Au. i. 228, Ac. 121; ¶  bellum Arggamain between the convents and retainers of Clonmacnois and Durrow, Adr. 764; ¶  it must have been between those two places.
terr. of the Cruithni, Z. 175 a.
al. Ergadia; ¶  Argyle in Scotl., B. Ivi. 342, War. 361. argatglenn; ¶  in Echtga, Ll. 170.
Rudraige died there, Ll. 129 a, 23 a, Lec. 52; ¶  in b. of Farney, c. Monaghan; ¶  Fm. i. 84, Fen. 30.
v. airgetros.
on brink of Loch Crichan at Achadh Fabair Umhaill in Connacht, Con. 5a.
the people of Argos (?) in Alexander's army, Bb. 269 a. argetros; ¶  Of. 260; ¶  v. Airgetros.
gs.; ¶  now Archenfield, Herefordshire, N. 118.
Episcopatus de Argiul, Henricus de Silgrave's Chronicle circ. an. 1272; ¶  Argyle.
nr. Druim Classaigh in Ui Maine; ¶  Eber was slain in Argros while defending Druim Classaigh in Uaibh Maine, Lec. 61.
Charles gave the Lordship of Arguine, in Spain, to the people of Picardy, Lis. 103 b.
v. Airecal; ¶  Commán mac Dioma Aricuil, Md. 128; ¶  v. Airecul.
v. Aritcrema, B. lvi.; ¶  rect Áird Crema.
arit crema
inter Ui Barrchi in Uib Chensaelich, juxta mare, Cs. 495; ¶  Arid Crama apud nepotes Barridie juxta mare in dextra (.i. South) part of Laigin, Cs. 400; ¶  monastery in Ui Ceinnselaig, B. lvi. 336–7.
Harlaw in Garioch, 10 miles from Aberdeen; ¶  lá catha Harla, Stewart, p. 1.
Arletan in France, Fir. 781 (or 785).
in d. Glendaloch, Cr. 1192; ¶  .i. Ard meic Brain, q.v. (?).
g. Armaigi, Mt. 22; ¶  but, Anmaige, Fg.82.
armagh nemneach
Nairne's share of Erin, Lec. 36. armaire letha; ¶  Aremorica, Tl. 16, 412.
a Breton; ¶  rather Armarcach (?).
armarc letha
"in Armairc Letha," co Bretnu Armuirc Letha," Tl. 17; ¶  Armorica Lethana, or Britannia, Ct. 4, 8, 35.
Elcanna of Armathia at Sliabh Efraim, Lb. 128.
as; ¶  Armenia, Ll. 135–6.
Sr. p. 38; ¶  rí Tíre Armeniae, Lh. 93.
Ul, son of Sarum, from whom are the Armiannai in Asia, Lu. 2, Lec. 70.
Scratafernis was appointed over Arminios, Bb. 274 b.
one of the 72 peoples who gave rise to the 72 Ilberlae, Bb. 171 b.
a mountain in Italy, Ct. 5, 23, 25.
.i. Breattain na Fraingce, K. 150 b; ¶  g. Armuirc Letha, for turus co Bretnaib Armuirc Letha, .i. co Bretnaib Letha, Lh. 97; ¶  v. Armarc Letha.
i.e., Irishmen, so called in Landnamabok and Are Frode.
in c. Ferm.; ¶  Srath fhear Luirg a cois na hArna, Au. iii. 256; ¶  Srath fhear Luirg, probably Sranahone (O'Don. Fm. iii. 632). arnaid; ¶  at Cnocc Bairnech, E. of Mungairit, Ll. 207.
gs.; ¶  an island, Cs. 249; ¶  v. Ara.
church in d. Meath, Ah. 7.
Sleib Arnoin, Lh. 99; ¶  in insolis Terreni Maris (?).
Aran Isles; ¶  v. Ara.
province of India, nr. province of Ogaram; ¶  the son of Magnus Cam, King of India, was its King during the visit of Marco Polo, Lis. 127a.
aroidh cliach
Aroidh Cliach, descendants of Eber, son of Ir., Bb. 22 a; ¶  v. Ara Cliach.
Aros in 1449; ¶  in Mull, Jo.
Diomíd, K. of Arpis (Diamit in Bb.), Ll. 231, Bb. 237 a; ¶  Diomedes founded Arpi in Apulia.
in Lower Austria, Cultus of St. Colman Martyr there, B. lxi. 151.
árrsi bhungearoid
ferann Bhungearóid and Ui Mhamhnach from Árrsi Bhungearoid go Ioth maluinn, Hh., Last of Fragment 8. art; ¶  v. Árd.
in Connacht; ¶  Arta and the Caladh were given to Diarmaid, Fir. 236.
city in the leith Sléibe Galad, S. of the Lettreb Mannase, N. of Naptalem and Isacar, Lb. 125.
art cháin
in Tiree in Scotl., Ad. 66.
v. Airtech; ¶  Ailech Mór in it q.v.; ¶  the name of a church in Artech in Connaught, Ct. 131, 137, 145.
arther lageniae
East of Leinster, B. lviii. 388; ¶  v. Airther Lagen.
in Dalredia, S. Olcan, Bp., B. v. 179, Ct. 112; ¶  v. Airther muige.
people and region of East Ultónia, Ct. 29, 36, 365; ¶  v. Airthir, Airthera.
oneof the 4 Araid, Ll. 331; ¶  one of the 4 Araid, in Munster, originally in Leinster, Fen. 381, Ll. 381, Lec. 253; ¶  Artrigi (regio), seems nr. Clíu, St. Ailbe's birthplace; ¶  E. of Clíu, Cs. 235; ¶  al. Artrige Cliach; ¶  Artraige Cliach, Magna, mother of Sethna mic Essen of the Artragaib Cliach, Ll. 373; ¶  Magna, sister of Duida of Céll Muine, mother of Setna mac Sesen of Artrugu Cliach, who lived at Cluin bec, between Crotach Cliach and Sliabh Muici, Lec. 90; ¶  Magna mathair tShenna mic Eisin do Artraigibh Cliach of Cluain Muc a Crota Cliach, I. 111 b 2; ¶  Magna, sister of Duid of Cell Muine, mother of Sedna, son of Cian of Artrugadh Cliach; ¶  it was he who lived at Cluain beg, between Crota Cliath and Sliabh Muicce, from Bb., Ro.
from Art mac Mugduirn are the Artraige, Ll. 333; ¶  the Artraighe in Ulster, so called from Art, son of Mughdorn dubh, descendant of Colla Meand, X. 59, Bb. 64 b.
i Feraib Breag, Lec. 452; ¶  in Bredach, Ulster, Lec. 198; ¶  Art mac Mugdorn ota Artraighe la Ultu, Hx. 254; ¶  v. previous word.
the Hui Fadhba of Artraighe, Bb. 53 b, Fir. 193. art tighe fearghail (the height of Farrell's house); ¶  Artiferrall in b. Upper Dunluce, c. Antrim. arttraighi ua seghain; ¶  Daerthuath Caisil, Sto. 40 a.
Mongan mac Fiachno Lurgan Ab Artuir Fló (?); ¶  Mongan mac Fiachnae tír Chluano Airrthir, Hb. 64; ¶  perhaps Árd an Tuir, Ardaturr, in p. Gartan, b. Kilmacrenan, Donegal.
Aran island in Galway Bay, v. Ara; ¶  Aru ocus Eri in dá thelaig toeb fri toeb, F. 170; ¶  v. Ara, the Aran isles.
Baodan Ab Arunsio Ul de hUmania, Hb. 61 (?).
Aros in Mull and in Campbeltown.
Cliach, harper of Smer, of the Ui Mic Smal, Ríg na dtrí nArus in Sidhe Baine, went to ask Concinde, daugher of Bodh, at Sidh Buidh in Femun, Bb. 201 a.
árus adamnáin
from Sean-fonn Sogain let us proceed to Árus Adamnáin, Fir. 289; ¶  Arus Adomnáin .i. Scrín, of which St. Adamnan is patron; ¶  tl. and p. in Tireragh, Sligo, Fy. 266.
arus celtchair
Down; ¶  v. Aras Celtair.
árus gréine
do ghuil Áine i n-árus Gréine, Ry. 202; ¶  cf. Cnoc Gréine, Cnoc Áine.
Teg mo-Chua in it, in d. Glendal. and terra Uflan, Cr. 1173; ¶  Timahoe in it.
Delbna Assail, Temair Singite la Firu Assail, Áth Maigne ind Asal, Tl. 74, 78, lii; ¶  Áth Maigne in Assal, Tig. Rc. xviii. 177; ¶  Bile Tenedh in Assal, Au. i. 162; ¶  Slige Asail from Tara to Loch Owel, Mullingar; ¶  Assal in Meath, Ch. 119, Ct. 131; ¶  v. Áth Maigne, a ford on r. Inny in p. Mayne, c. Westm.
Fm. i. 58; ¶  the district lying round Cnoc-Droma-Assail (Tory Hill), nr. Croom, c. Limk.; ¶  Ceannduin was in it, Fm. i. 58, Lct. 92.
Assair, the Assyrians, ap. Assaru, Mil. 62 b, Mil. 36.
Assyrian, Bb. 301 a; ¶  dp. Asardaib, Lu. 120 b; ¶  Asardhaib, Lis. 1 a, np.; ¶  Asardha, Bb. 9 b, 11 a; ¶  9 p. Bb. 6 b, Zcp. iii. 19; ¶  Assardai, Assyrians, Ll. 135–6; ¶  Assardai, called after Assur, of the Siol Nemruaidh, who was born in Magh Senair, Bb. 2 b.
from Asáréith Galaléi to Beithil Júda—i.e., go Cathraigh Daibhidh, Fer. 96.
Ballasus was appointed over Ascacos, Bb. 274 b.
Ceir Ascad (nomen Campi) in Cill Ceiri, Ll. 353.
ascaill gall
Ro cuirit dan ba 7 muintera Lagen in Ascaill Gall 7 in U Briuin Chualand, Z. 371.
city of Pilistina, Bb. 2 b.
ascon cairnech
Muirceartach mac Erca was dronwed in a wine-vat at Mullach Cletigh over the Boyne, hence it is called Ascon Cairnech, Bb. 32 b.
in d. Meath, in Scurlag's land, Rst. 37.
Ll. 135; ¶  Asía, Aisia, K. 122 a; ¶  Assia, Sr. 2652.
asia bec
Bethinia, cennadach i n-Assia bic, Lh. 203; ¶  Assia beg, between Syria and the Muir Toirrien, Lg. 1; ¶  Asia mbic, asf. Little Asia, Asia Minor, Ll. 135–6.
asia mhór
Asia, Eastern Empire; ¶  an t-impire Constantine ag tionól mór-shochraididh 7 sluagh na hAsia Móire ó Cholumhnaibh Earcaill go Muir tTirrian 7 mór-shluaighte na hAifrice ó iadhthaibh disgir a ndeas go Sléibhtibh Rithphe badh thuaidh, Ston. A., p. 123.
Pratas K. of Asinana, in the land of Coiria, Bb. 240 a.
gs. ibar Asnat ainglidi, I. 171 b 1; ¶  place-name (?).
al. Saecadis, Arabic names for the terr. in Spain called Aulagluph, Lis. 96 b.
assa chorcaig
Meic Gilli na n-each and Meic Gilli Dubh of Assa Chorcaig, in the Taisicheacht Maeladuin, in Huibh Fhiachrach, Lec. 169.
assi fa dess
from Find Abair they proceeded to Assi fa dess, Lu. 56; ¶  N. of Findabair (Fennor), Ll. 56; ¶  v. Aisse.
the Assyrians, so called from Asur, son of Shem, Bb. 5 b.
terr. of Candan, or Canaan, Bb. 135 a, Lb. 126.
al. Sabatheni, descendants of Sabatha, son of Cus, Lu. 1. astuidhe, do ghluaiseadar .. tar an nGaillimh .. do Chonmaicne Mhara 7 lámh dheas re Cúil an tSonais ris a ráidhtear Gleann Glas, do Shanas na Seol ris a ráidhtear Astuidhe a ccríochaibh aille Umhaill, do Chruaich Aighle ris a ráidhtear Cruach Phattraicc aniu, St. B. 379.
Tesius, son of Egi, was K. in Atain, Bb. 236 b.
Atanansta, tribes of Greece, Athenians, Bb. 2 a, 269 a.
a people of Greece, so called from Aittis, daughter of Cichrops, Bb. 2 a.
a divsion of the old Picts (Notitia Imp.).
when Eber was going to battle with Eremon he collected his troops from Ath to Loch Léin, Lec. 525.
Bél an Átha, Ballina, in Westmeath, Fm., and perhaps Ballyna, More O'Ferrall's place in Kildare.
Bél an Átha in c. Tipp., q.v.
the Three hAtha of Erin are Ath Cliath, Áth Luain and Ath Caille, Bb. 42 a.
áth ab
Féile of Tulilátha ab (?), on the viii. Id. Januarii, Ll. 355; ¶  for Á. abla, q.v.
ath abhainn
from Tobar Pheadair they went to Ath Amhainn (Ath Abhainn ?) and plundered all Umhall. Ai. 55 b.
ath abla
Au. i. 100; ¶  Mi., Cri.; ¶  at Ballyhooley, c. Cork, Ch. 83; ¶  Cath Atha Abla in quo cecidit Dichull mac Ferghuso Tuili lá Mumhóin; ¶  bellum Atho Aublo in quo cecidit Dichuil, Hb. 65; ¶  Au. i. 100, Fm. i. 248; ¶  Ch. 82, in Cri. Henn. identifies as Ballyhooly, c. Cork, .i. Bél Atha Abhla.
were 42 tribes: the Bendtraighe, Bibhraige, Bladhraige, Bodhraige, Bolgraighe, Brudhraige, Cairighe, Caraighe, Clibraighe, Conraighe, Corcoighe, Crotraighe; ¶  Corco ainge, Corco bil, Corco dedha, Corco milce, Corco muighe, Corco teilgind; ¶  Dal n-aidne, Dal mbernadh, Dal didail, Dal mac con, Dal mathrach, Dal muighaidhe, Dal muighe, Dal murcon, Dal Nuiste, Fedraige, Gabraige, Glasraige, Grandraighe, Gregraige of Loch Gara, Gregraige of Berehaven, Lughraige, Lusraige, Mendraige, Rathraige, Rochraige, Seinraige, Sodhraige, Tradraige, Uaraige, Rc. xx. 335.
áth adhat
Espoc Id ó Áth Adhat il-Laignibh, Fg. 136; ¶  perhaps Athad in c. Carlow of Sp. 1606, p. 63; ¶  v. Áth Fadhat.
á. ái
Ll. 103; ¶  g. Átha hÍ, Mm. 596, Lec. 105, Fm. v. 1496; ¶  v. Ath Í; ¶  Athy in b. Narragh, c. Kildare.
ath aighi
Todailsit sibra na ndochum coro dhelbsat Aighi irricht laigh allaigh coro cur cuairt fochetri arda Ereann coro marbsat fian Melghe mic Cobhthaigh righ Erenn 7 ni frith di acht bolg uisci 7 roslaiset is in abhain conidh uaidhi ainmnightear Ath Aighi, Sa. 12 a 2.
das.; ¶  Athens, Ll. 135–6, 215 a, Bb. 171 b.; ¶  the Argo was built in Athain in Caill Sichist on the brink of Port Gorgi Troiandai, Ll. 219; ¶  Carman cidh diata (?) ni handsa son. Triar fear tangadair a hAthain 7 éin bean leo .i. tri mic Dibaidh mic Doirchis mic Ainchis, I. 149 a 1. áth ainmneda na scine; ¶  where Find left or dropped his scian in the ford, Sas. 4040.
athain muru
ds.; ¶  gs. Athana Moire Muru, Mac ConGlinne, p. 114; ¶  his journey was from Athain Mór through Tír Eogain, Airgialla, Ardmacha, Sliab Fuat, Mag Muirtheimne, Cremthaine, Crích Rois, Mullach Taillten, Cenandus, Fir Midi, Mullach Uisnig, Dermag, Sliab Bladma, Eile, Clár na Muman, Machaire na Cliach i Luchair Dedad, to Corcach. Fros airgit for Athain móir, fros cruithneachta for Othain mbic 7 fros fola for Glend Laigen, Unde Niall Frosach, I. 187 b 1; ¶  Cillíne nepos Collae Ab Athaine Móire, A.D. 725, Hb. 74.
áth aird na riadh
in Connachtaib, Au. iii. 308; ¶  v. Bél Átha Áird na Riadh.
áth airthir
in Echtga. Ll. 170.
a. airthir mide
al. Áth Féne, Lbl. 628.
a. airthirach
Amlaib Arcingidh Atha Airthiraigh Erend, B. 164 a; ¶  Dublin (?), but v. Ath airthir Mide.
conidh de rodngiúil ósin an t-aimn sin, .i. Athais Midhe, al. Tulach an Chomlaind, Misi Muiris O Clerigh 7 am tríamhain ódie, Sa. 87 b 2. (This note is written in same hand as the rest of the MS.); ¶  Athais, Pd. viii. 40.
ath aisiol
al. Áth Uisiol, on the Suir, where Fiachaidh Muilleathain was killed, K. 147 a; ¶  Athassel. a. aithlesa andfheineáda; ¶  in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. aladh
in Mag Muirthemni, Z. 348 a.
a. almaine
at Bun Bóinne, "for bun mBóinni," at its mouth, 1. 160 b; ¶  so, nr. Drogheda.
now Ahane, Ahaun, tls. in S. of Ireland.
a boundary of Aburnethige, Pc. 6; ¶  Hatton in Perthshire, Cps. 433.
áth an —
v. Áth in —.
a. a n-air
Ireland is divided into two equal parts from Ath a n-Air Siar iar nEisctheir Riada straight across to Feartais Meadhraighe, NW. of Ath Cliath, Bb. 98 b; ¶  Ford of the East, or Dublin.
athan becc
i n-Inis Eoghain, Fg. 132.
a. an bhuanna
Béal Átha an Bhuanna nr. Dún Trí Liag, IIb. 14a. a. an chaeich; ¶  Aghakee, in p. Crosserlough, c. Cavan.
a. an chamais
Camus Bridge an r. Siuir, 2 m. S. of Cashel, Ods. 577; ¶  Áth an chamais on the r. Suir, Fm. v. 1365; ¶  Tadhg mac Thoirrdhealbhaigh Dhoinn Ui Bhriain do marbhadh a nÁth an Chambuis for Siuir, Hb. 7 b.
a. an choiléir
a mbél Átha in choiléir re taebh Muinecháin, Au. iii. 454; ¶  = Ford of the quarry, not identified, but on the Blackwater nr. Monahgan town, between Oriel and the land of the O'Neills, Fm. v. 1258.
a. an chomair
occ Druim Criaaigh, on r. Deel, b. Delvin, c. Westm.; ¶  Drumcree tl., in b. Delvin, Fm. ii. 1169.
a. an chrainn
in Huib Bece Abha, in Munster; ¶  Húi Buachall are of this place; ¶  Lis. 183 a; ¶  prob. in Cenél mBéce, now Kinelmeaky.
a. an chuillinn
from Áth an Chuillinn Chaoil an locha in Osruighibh to Léim Chonchuloinn, the Disle of the Dál cCais, Ai. 90 a.
a. an daibhche
Béal Átha an Daibhche, nr. Dún Tri Liag, Hb. 14 a.
a. an eich
Mr. 272; ¶  Foilán of A., C. 104; ¶  in Ulaid Minor; ¶  Fuillen átha an eich, Md. 198.
Bb. 3 b., Athenians.
ath an fasdoicc
Im. 11.
a. angaile
O'Connor defeated the English at Ath in Chip, razed the castle of Ath Angaile and the Castle of Sliabh Luga, Con. 20 b; ¶  in b. Corran, c. Sligo, Fm. iii. 390.
a. an gealtáin
Ahagaltaun, in p. Kilgobban in Kerry. a. an ghrellaigh ghil; ¶  ó Tobar na ccopócc go Áth an Ghreallaigh ghil, on the boundary of Cloch Naighe, Ix. 64.
a. an imairg
Mr. 142; ¶  from A. an Imairg to the r. Finn was one of the original extensions of Oirghiall; ¶  it "must have been a ford on the Lr. Bann," O'D.; ¶  but the due east point was Glen Righe opposed to Bearramain in Breifne; ¶  prob. A. an I. lay to the SE.; ¶  á an imairicc, in Ulster; ¶  there battle fought between the O'Neills in A.D. 1366, Con. 39 b.
a. an imóit
on the Boyne, Mm. 282; ¶  for Áth an imfhóit, á. n-Imfuait, Zcp. iii. 260.
a. an linne
Aughalin, a tl. in p. Clonelty; ¶  nr. Newcastle in Limerick; ¶  "The Ford of Ling," in p. Ballybrennan, Wexford.
a. an luaithrid
Riocard mór (de Burgo) gained the battle of Ath-an-luaithridh in Connacht, Fir. 798. a. an mhuilinn fhrangcaigh; ¶  nr. Clonard, K. 121 b. a. an ornaimh, nr. Magh Rath, Mr. 226.
a. an ríogh
Athenry, Ar. 130; ¶  v. á. na ríg.
a. an saluin
ford on a stream in p. Killererin, nr. Tuam, c. Galway, O'D., Im. 6.
a. an scáil
battle of, Mm. 481, in c. Wex.
a. an tsearraigh
divides Tipp. and Kikl., a mile nearer to Callan than Garryricken gate, Kj. i. 359.
a. an tsluaigh
N. of Magh Raidne, in Ormond, Lis. 181 b.
a. an tsolais
Lightford bridge, 2 miles SE. of Castlebar, c. Mayo.
á. an termainn
boundary of d. of Tuam, as laid down by the Synod of Ráith Breasail; ¶  Tuam extended from the Suca to Árdcharna, and from Áth an Termainnn to the Shannon, K. 174; ¶  the d. of Cong, as bounded by the Synod of Ráith Breasail, extended from Abhainn Ó mBriuin northwards to Nemhthainn, and from Áth an Termainn westwards to Cell Aladh, K. 174a; ¶  in Roscommon; ¶  in A.D. 1102, Ua Conchobhair inaugurated there, Ch. 311, Fm. ii. 982, Ai. 30 b.
á. an trosdain
ford near the hill of Mullamaisden, Ac. 55.
a. an tuisil
Athassel, on r. Suir, Fm. v. 1754; ¶  A.-asshell on the Suir near Golden, c. Tipp., Triumphalia 78; ¶  Athassel, in d. of Cashel, Brady's Ep. Suc. ii. 245.
á. an urchair
Ardnurcher, or Horseleap, in p. Ardnurcher, b. Moycashel, c. Westm., Ci.; ¶  Mis. i. 192.
á. aoi
ar brú Bearbha, St. B. 448; ¶  Athy.
á. aonbhaile
Nuair chualaigh Dail gCais na Sgeula sin do thionoladar 7 do thangadar go hAth hAonbhaile .7 fa he a ccomhairle teacht anaghaidh Fheidhlime go hAth na Bóirmhe, Hz. 38.
á. árda fionain
at Ardfinnan, c. Tipp., Fm. iv. 766.
d. Atharlaigh; ¶  Faolan slain in Cluain big in Atharlaigh, Lis. 199 b; ¶  the Clann Briain of Atharlach in Tipperary, Fir. 640; ¶  v. Eatharlach.
á. asarach
Mochua Átha Asarach, Ai. 151 a; ¶  leg. A. escrach. athass-grach-a-cuian; ¶  1492, p. in d. of Elfin, Tr. 507; ¶  v. Áth Escrach.
in Greece; ¶  Athathinesta, from Aittis, daughter of Cycrops, Bb. 2 a.
á. aublo
cath Atho Aublo, in which Munster won, Au. i. 100; ¶  al. A. abla, q.v.
á. baiteoige
in Magh Drúchtain, Leix., Fm. iv. 733, note.
a. bán (?)
"Album vadum, al. Belfast," Ra. 7; ¶  v. Ath Banslecht.
a. banslecht
an Loch Cuan, or N. of Loch Cuan; ¶  Conach ternu ben im bethaidh díb as in toig sin acht beg ro elaid díb fo tuaith co h-Ath mBanslecht, Hc. 2, 730.
a. mbec
Rc. xvi. p. 46; ¶  nr. the sea, at or nr., Dundalk; ¶  i Conallib Murthemne, Sa. 62 b 2; ¶  Áth beg, al. Tráigh Baile, in Connaillibh Muirthemne, Bb. 224 a.
á. béim
for brú Chlochair; ¶  Assuidhe (Caill Chúan, or Tailte), in Suide selgga, gnáth cend carbaig a caill sair in Áth Béim for Brú Chlochair, Ll. 200.
á. béime trí nos
á Béime na trí ndos, for Siúir, Sb. 30 b 2, 31 a 1.
a. belaig lechta
between Loch Longa, NW. of Glenworth, in Fermoy, c. Cork, and Ardpatrick, in b. Coshlea, Limk., Cgg. 92.
a. mbéldeirge
seems in Maenmag, c. Galway, Os. iv. 301.
á. mbennach
ag Sléib Cinn Abrad, Sto. 14 b 2. a. mbennchuir, at Cend Abrad in Magh Locha, q.v., Lec. 367, Sto. 14 b 2.
á. mbercha
Áth Moga 7 Áth Coltna 7 Áth Slissen 7 Áth mBercha, Ll. 103 b 28; ¶  from Sas 7863, 7800, it seems nr. Sliab Baghna in E. Roscommon, and on or nr. the Shannon.
á. mbercna
in Connacht, Ll. 55; ¶  for A. Bercha (?).
a. betha
Fm. 1, 112; ¶  prob. Ballybay, c. Monahgan, O'D. (B. átha beatha).
á bethach
Cath Átha Bethach ria Cormac Ua Cuinn, Hb. 51.
a. béthaidh
Cath Átha B., Fir. 760.
á. bii bolc
Nonbhur Síl Conaire, i.e., Senach and Eolang of Ath Bii Bolc in Muscraide Mittaine, Lb. 21; ¶  Eolong at Áth Bibolc, in Muscraidi Thiri Mitaine, Lec. iii., and Bb. 123 a, which has Bibolg; ¶  Senach mac Cairill Eollang in Athbi Bolg in Muscraige Mittini, Ll. 353, Fir. 720.
á. bir
Ui Mac Uais extended from Áth Bir to Camus, Bb. 67 b.
á. bithland
Hui Luascan (son of Cathair mór), extended from Grellach Bóair to Á. Bithland, Lec. 196, Fir. 483; ¶  v. Bithlann.
á. bláir
Condmach Á. Bláir, Fg. 132; ¶  = Condmac Átha Siláin, Mt. 29, Md. 190; ¶  Bolc, son of Blár from A. Bláir, Mm. 578.
á. blathcha
al. Áth Blathachta, nr. Cell Bélait, c. Wickl., Ll. 303 a; ¶  Áth Bladcha, nr. Bearnaidh na Sciath in Leinster, Lec. 613.
á. bó
in Ossory, Ai. 32 b; ¶  for Achad bó (?).
a. mbó
at or nr. Tuam, Rc. xviii. 50; ¶  otá a. mbó co Caill Clumain; ¶  in Connacht, Au. ii. 92; ¶  bualadh Toirrdhealbhaidh Ui Chonchobhair an Áth bo do dhreim dia mhuinntir féin, Hb. 100, Rc. xviii. 35; ¶  ó Áth mbó go Coill Clumain, land given by Toirrdhealbhach O Conchobhair Airdri Eirionn to every good cléirioch of the Síol Muireadaigh who were in Tuaim, Hb. 103.
á. bó deirge
in NW. of Déisi Muman, I. 91 b 1.
a. braengair
al. Áth mór, between Aenach Cúile mná Nechtain and Ceann Abrat Sleibhe Cáin, Sas. 708; ¶  in c. Limerick.
a. brea
on the Boyne, where Find hua Baiscne was beheaded by the Luaigni of Tara, Ll. 31 b, Tig. Rc. xvii. 21, Fm. i. 118, Zcp. i. 462, Hb. 53.
a. briain
Béal Átha Bhriain on the boundary of Cinnéide na Cóirchloiche's trían in Ó Ccuanach, Ai. 111 b.
á. brígde
Bide and Brigid, daughters of Fiacair on Ath Brigde in Críoch Ua Corc and Ua Losc, Bb. 123 b.
a. briúin
seems in Corcomroe, c. Clare, or between that and Connaught, Tbr. 229; ¶  it is Áth Cliath Medraidi i Crích Oacc mBethra in N. of Ui Fiachrach Aidne, between Connacht and Corcomroe, Tbr. 230; ¶  in Connacht, and seems not very far from Cruachu, It. ii. 2, 230; ¶  in S. of Connacht, Lbl. 647; ¶  a. mBriuin, Ath Claith; ¶  agus a indisadh do Meidhb 7 do Ailill ar mbeithne a tennta a taca re hAth mBriuin on the way from Teach Reghamhuin to Cruachuin, Hc. 2, 758, 759; ¶  Eigtear annticcidh Raghamain, berair fis on a mnaibh co Cruachain do teacht ina dochum; ¶  Teachid-sum co hAth Briain; ¶  do gnith na Muineadha Cliath for beligh in Atha; ¶  Conidh de sin atá Ath Cliaich a tuaiscert Aighne, Sto. 28 a 1. á. brond ríg mic monfait, Lu. 66.
á. broon
vadum molæ, A. f. 10 a, 1, 2; ¶  broon written in margin; ¶  St. Patrick fd. there a ch., where he left Cathaceus, Cathurus, Catneus and their sister Catnea; ¶  al. Áth dá laarg in Kells, Tl. 72, 104.
á. buana
in Ossory, Ll. 317; ¶  390; ¶  Faelán Seanchustol took hostages of the Ossorians from Áth Buana to the sea, Lec. 208.
á. buana
Aughboyne on r. Suir, ó Á. Buana co Commur (Castlecomer), Fm. ii. 688.
a. buichet
Dilan mac Malidúin, K. of Ui Cendselaigh, was slain i cath Átha B., Ll. 40. a. buidhe, a mbaile Átha buidhe; ¶  Athboy, c. Meath, Fm. v. 1272, Au. iii. 466; ¶  Adbui, Rst. 13; ¶  Athboy, c. Meath, Kc. 245, Os. v. 297; ¶  Athboy in Skreen dry., Meath, Tax.; ¶  "madan Átha Buide" (.i. morning, day, of battle of), won by Maelsechlainn, Bb. 49 b, circ. 1000; ¶  in Meath; ¶  v. infra; ¶  Sluagh le Muircheartach Ua Briain la feraibh Mumhan et la Gallaibh Atha Cliath gur inniorsiod Ceanntar Laighion et Fer Breagh go hAth mBuidhe, A.D. 1090, Hb. 96, Ai. 28 b, Z. 496, col. 1.
a. buidhe
Baile Atha Buidhe, al. Ballyboy in Fir Ceall King's Co., Fm. an 1383; ¶  Ci.
a. buidhe tlachtga
mórmaidhm Atha Buidhe Tlachtga by Maelseachlainn against the Danes of Dublin, Lg. 224; ¶  Athboy, in b. Lune, Meath, six miles NW. of Trim, Fm. iii. 4, Dm. i. 161, Mis. i. 202.
a. mbuide
Bude son of Bán, from Sliab Cuilen, from him is called Áth mBude, Lec. 70; ¶  in Ulster, at Dún Sobhairce; ¶  so called from Buidhe son of Bán from Slíabh Culaind killed there by Cuchuloinn, Lb. 30 a; ¶  i cCrích Rois, nr. Sliabh Cuilinn, Ll. 73; ¶  Hf. 28 b; ¶  on Slighe Midluachra, S. of Sliabh Cuillind, Lbl. 599.
á. buidhe
Yellow Ford, in the tl. of Cabragh, 2 m. N. of Armagh, Ar. 162, Mi.; ¶  v. Bél an Átha Bhuide.
á. caeláin
Bél Átha Caeláin, q.v.
á. caille
Áth Cliath, Á. Luain, and Á. Caille are the chief fords of Erin, Bb. 34 a, I. 190 a 2, Lbl. 237, Z. 183, col. 3; ¶  Tig. Rc. xviii. 45; ¶  O'D. in Mi. makes it Woodford, in b. Leitrim, c. Galway; ¶  and Woodford translates it; ¶  Ai. 32 b, puts it in Desmond, and there is A. Caillte in Connacht, Bb. 147 a; ¶  but the only Áth Caille that can be identified is on the Shannon between the city of Limerick and the wood of Cratloe, at or nr. Thomond Bridge; ¶  Adaig i gCill da-Lua; ¶  adaig in Cinn Choradh; ¶  adaig il-Luimneach; ¶  adaig ic Áth Caille for ceartbhrú na Sinainne; ¶  ní fuarus conair mar an Cretsalaigh; ¶  adhaig ic Slébh suidhe an Ríg, Ce. 29; ¶  therefore Áth Caille was a ford on the Shannon at Limerick, by which Muirchertach passed to Cratloe wood and Sliabh Oidhedha an Rígh opposite Limerick on the Clare side; ¶  it must be at Áth Lunkard or Thomond Bridge, or near them; ¶  Morchoblach la Toirrdhealbhach for Loch nDeirccdercc 7 a ttabhairt leis dar Eass Danainne co ro aircc Ua Conaill ag Faing ... mórlongport dno leis oc Áth Caille, Fm. ii, 1020; ¶  O'Don. equates with Woodford, in c. Galway, "not far from boundary of Thomond; ¶ " it is 30 miles away (and astray ?); ¶  Á.C. is in Thomond, opposite Limerick.
á. caillte
in Connacht, Bb. 147 a; ¶  same as A. Caille (?).
á. cáin
Áth Caoin, .i. vadum lene, Cs. 493, 396; ¶  in Inis Coimirigi, founded by St. Fintán of Taghmon, Adr. 21; ¶  i.e., Bél átha cáin, Ballaghkeen in Ui Ceinnseláigh (?).
á. cáin
A Kaien; ¶  in or nr. Inis Cuinrigi, Cs. 396, 412, 493; ¶  b. lvi. 334, 335; ¶  v. previous word.
a. cáin
i Tír Tairngiri, St. Columba's place, Cs. 412.
a. caisil, in Ili
consisting of 30 houses or families, Lec. 240, Bb. 84 b; ¶  A. Cassil, Cps. 312; ¶  X. 68.
a. caisil bhracain
v. Bél Átha, C. Bh.
a. cait
Breccan Átha Cait, Ai. 150a.
a. calgan
Tig. Rc. xviii. 23, Mi.; ¶  battle of, between the folk of E. and those of W. Teffia; ¶  Maidhm Átha Calgon eidir Airthear Tebhtha 7 a hIarthor, A.D. 1103, Hb. 98, Fm. ii. 976.
a. callain
Crech Átha Callain, N. of Eichtge, Ll. 199.
a. carad conaill
the Earl of Ulster went from Port na lece E. across the Shannon to Áth Charad Conaill, Con. 20 a; ¶  A. Caradh Conaill, on the r. Shannon near Carrick-on-Shannon, Fm. iii. 410, Mi.
a. carbaid
Ct. 143; ¶  v. A. Carpait.
a. carnói
Vadum Carnoi, im Boind, A. f. 11 a 1; ¶  on the Boyne (W. of Tara) where St. Ptk. fd. a ch. of St. Cinnena.
a. carpait
Lu. 68 b, Ll. 68 b, al. Á. Fornin, Á. Fornith, Ll. 68, Lu. 64; ¶  i. Conailliu, Lu. 64; ¶  on the Nith in Conailliu in Muirthemne in Ulster, Lbl. 587; ¶  al. Áth Fornin in Críoch Conailli Muirthemne, Ll. 68.
a. carpait
on the r. Boyle nr. Ess macc nEire, Tl. 142.
a. carpait fergusa
between Berna na Forairi and Áth na Mórrígna, Lu. 104 b; ¶  in Ulster, S. of Bernaid na Forairi, Lu. 105 b; ¶  A. Carpait Fercusa, Zcp. iv. 169.
a. carpait fergusa
nr. the road S. of Druim nAsail, or Tulach Asail, in Magh Mis, in Mid Munster, Ll. 202 (but Mid-Munster ?).
a. carr
ó Athcarr usque ad Hundchenu, d. Glendal, Cr. 1179.
á. carraige rúachain
Béal Átha Carraige Ruacháin in Barrett's country, al. Baróideacha in Desmond, Ai. 78 a. I presume a ford on the r. Lee at foot of Carrigrohane Castle, in p. Carrigrohane, 3 m. SW. of Cork.
á. catach
al. Áth Cuitech, battle betw. Conaing with his Fomorians and Clann Neimhidh; ¶  in voce Leighi 7 Magh Leighi, I. 169 b 2.
a. cátain
nr. land of the Abbey of Kells, Meath, Bk. 27 a. a. cathail druim fri fidh; ¶  W. of Magh Caille Fallamhain, q.v., Fer. 68.
a. céd cuille
at Cuillenn Cind Duine on the r. Glais, in Ulster, Z. 114 a.
a. ceit
Hk. 384; ¶  seems in Connacht, or on borders of Connacht and Ulster.
a. cerne
Áthcarne in dry. Imokilly, d. Cloyne, Tax.
a. cethra connacht
S. of Sliab Eachta, Lbl. 917.
a. cille buindén
S. of Carn Maelglasáin, in Munster, Lis. 176 b.
a. cille corbnatan
in land of Húi Bairrci, in Leinster, Bb. 74 a; ¶  Húi Laigine and the Húi Duib Chilline at Cíll Auxille own the land fr. Áth Truisten to Áth Cille Corbnadan, Lec. 198; ¶  fr. Áth Fruisden to Ath Cille Chorbnatan in the Hui mBairrche of Leinster, Fir. 466.
á. chille trenain
deep ford on the Shannon fr. Ui Briúin in Roscommon into Muinter eolais of Conmaicne Réin (or S. Leitrim), Ar. 80.
a. cind
on the Boyne; ¶  al. Á. Sige, Lbl. 319.
a. chind
in Currach Lifi, or betw. Currach Lifi and Clochar Chliar Maighi, Lis. 196 b.
a. cind
Headford in p. Kilkilvery, b. Clare, c. Galway, Wc. 371; ¶  the Leathbaile Atha Cind belonging to Meic Cilli Ceallaigh Ollamhs of O Flaithbertaigh, Z. 189 a.
a. cind cluid
nr. or on Sliab Echtge; ¶  al. Ath ingnem, conidh and sin adconduirc uidh Machaire O bh-Fiachrach do Mullach na hEachtghe, Sb. 33 b 1.
a. cinn-chon
"Vadum Capitis Canis," in Mag Bili; ¶  St. Patrick built a ch. here in his journey from Tara to the Inny, A. f. 11 a 1; ¶  i mBiliu, Hc. 2, 748; ¶  dolluid andes for Beluch Mugna ... sech Cill Dara, sech Ráith Imgain i Fid nGaible, do Áth Mac Lugnai, sech Druim dá maige, for Drochet Cairpre; ¶  oc Áth Chind Chon i mBiliu is and ro lá cend in chon asin charput, It. i. 106; ¶  in Biliu, W. of Droichet Cairpre, Ll. 114, in b. Farbill, c. Westm., Mm. 487; ¶  A. Cinconn, O'Dav. 67.
a. cind deirg
N. of Almha Laighen, Lis. 198 a.
a. cinddoire
Cath anaeith Ath Cinndaire la Cormac Ua Cuinn for ulltaibh, Hb. 51.
á. chind gargden
at Snamh da Én on the Shannon, Ll. 203. a. cind locha deichet; ¶  in Connacht, Au. ii. 444, Con. 32 b; ¶  Á. cinn locha Techet, at head of Lough Gara, c. Sligo, a little S. of Boyle, Mi., Ci; ¶  Ath Kynn Locha Teohy, Ac. 286.
a. cind mara
Cath Átha Cind Mara in W. Munster, Ll. 193; ¶  Do luidh Uinche ó chath Átha Chind Mara ro fecht la Find co duidchidh co Dún Droma Dén, Bb. 196 a, I. 150 b 2, Sa. 21 a 2, Lec. 462, Lbl. 429.
a. cind mónadh
NE. of Temhair in Meath, Lis. 198 b.
a. cip
William de Burgo was captured and slain, A.D. 1271; ¶  A. Cip, c. Mayo, Fir. 246, 798; ¶  Uilliam Burc Atha Chip, .i. Uilliam mac Richird Mhóir, Fa. 19 b.
a. cip
Sw. an. 1204, seems Ath Cip in d. of Glendaloch; ¶  ceded to Abp. of Dublin, An. 1266, Cr.
á. cirp
Gur thoit Eocho re Tuatha De Danand ic Áth Chirp, I. 26 b 1; ¶  Muirceurtach slew my father at Á. Cirb on the Boinn, al. Áth Sige, q.v., Lbl. 319.
a. cláen
"Meissgegra" slew Conall at Ath Chlaen; ¶  al. Clænath, Ll. 51 b, 117; ¶  now Clane, c. Kildare.
a. clagan
there E. Teabhtha defeated Calraige in 1103; ¶  Ch. 311.
a. cláir
Aclare in p. Kilmacteige in SW. of b. Leyney, Sligo, Gc. 210.
á. cleithe
Imchad a quo Hui Conáing mic Braccain fil in A. Cleithi, Ll. 323, X. 99; ¶  Imchad, son of Muindech of the Muscraidhi Tiri, from whom is Conaing Mac Brocáin of A. Cleithi, Lec. 229, Bb. 81 a, 141 b.
a. cliaich
al. Ath Briain, a tuaiscert Aighne, Sto. 28 a 1; ¶  v. A. Cliath Medraige.
á. clíath
etir na dá Áth Cliath, Ll. 114 b; ¶  i.e., Dublin and Clarinbridge; ¶  g. átho Cliath, Au. i. 412, 458, 490.
á. cliath
Ll. 113 a, 194 b; ¶  i.e., Inber Lifi, cf. p. 60; ¶  Áth. Clied or Cleeth, "Vadum Clied," Ad. 108, Dublin, Adr. 391; ¶  gs. Átho Cliath, Au. i. 410; ¶  Duibhlinn da ngoirther Á. Cliath, Md. 184; ¶  S. of Mag n-Ealta, Ce. 32; ¶  in Fine Gall, Fm. ii. 861; ¶  Tamlachta eidir á. C. 7 Cill Dara, Md. 188; ¶  Daimliacc i mBregaib etir A. C. 7 Droichet Átha, Md. 314; ¶  Cell Maighnenn la taobh Átha Cliath, Fg. 240, F. 183; ¶  Maighnenn abb Cille Maighnenn la taobh Atha C., Md. 338; ¶  Finnbarr, Labhras, Rumoldus, Wiro of Á. Cliath, Md. index; ¶  Amlaib Átha Cl. cétaig rogab rigi i mBeind Etair, tallus luag mo duane de, ech d'echaib áne Aichle, Pd. viii. 52, 42; ¶  Michen i Cill Michen i n-Ath Cliath, Md. 226; ¶  Dubhlitir Fionnglais Caindigh at Á. C. Md. 128; ¶  rí Átha Cliath al. Dublinn, a principality separate from Leinster, Lct. 41; ¶  Issed luide for Áth cliath sech Drummairech for Uib Gabla i Forcarthain sech Uachtur aird sech Nás do Chloinud, Ll. 116 b, Rc. viii. 56; ¶  the K. of A. C. fought at Magh Rath, 637, Mr. 242; ¶  Cath Átha C., in 919, Niall Glúndub defeated, Bb. 49 a, Ll. 25 b; ¶  gur ab é an cuan so (.i. cuan Átha C.) aonchuan gabhála na hÉirionn mar do frióth a n-ár leabhraibh, óir is ann as mionca do hionnsuighe Éire riamh, Ston. A. p. 125; ¶  A. C. 7 cuanta long Laighean, St. B. 379; ¶  go cuan Átha C. go Binn Éadair, Ston. A. p. 124; ¶  Brog Átha C., Ry. 68; ¶  A. C. (Duiblin), F. 86, 15; ¶  Ll. 103 b, Bb. 263 a; ¶  Ls. ii. 224; ¶  Md. 120, 144, 308, 186, 188, xliv., xxvii.; ¶  Fg. 34, 96, 130; ¶  Fm. i. 456; ¶  Au. i. 238, ii. 20, 72, 358, iii. 62, 112, 396, 556; ¶  Pd. 20; ¶  Sr. 64 a; ¶  Cgg. 98, 16; ¶  Gc. 356; ¶  Fia. 188; ¶  Mr. 242; ¶  Ct. 351; ¶  Egert. 90, 19 b; ¶  B. vii. 555.
a. cliath
i Crích óc mBethra, Ll. 291 b; ¶  now Clarinbridge; ¶  v. Á. Clíath Medraige; ¶  á. cliath a Crích oc mBethrae a tuaiscert Ui Fiachrach Aidhne, Hc. 2, 759.
a. cliath cualánn
al. Áth Cliath Duiblinne, Dindsenchus in Rc. xvi. 284; ¶  a Cliath Duibhlinne; ¶  E. extremity of Eiscir Riada, Lec. 77 a, St. B. 457. a. cliath in chorainn; ¶  .i. Baile an Móta, Fm. iii. 516, Au. ii. 394; ¶  Ballymote, in b. Corran, Sligo, Fm. iii. 472, iv. 1066; ¶  Fy. 478, Ci. a. cliath laíghion: K. 121 a; ¶  a. Cliath laigen, Dublin, K. 121 a, Lct. 50; ¶  from Tech nDuinn to A. C. L. is given in Lct. as subject to the overlordship of K. of Cashel; ¶  must be further south than Dublin, perhaps "A. Clíath sair" in Ormond.
a. cliath margene
Bd. 35; ¶  at Dublin.
á. cliath medraige
al. A. Cliath Medraidi, Rc. xvi. 135, K. 121 a, 123 a; ¶  i Críc Óacc mBethra in N. of Ui Fiachrach Aidne, betw. Connacht and Corcumruad, Tbr. 230, Lbl. 648; ¶  now Maaree, 6 m. SE of Galway, Wc. 269; ¶  Faoillen of Cell Colgan ag Á. C. M. i cConnachtaibh, Md. 62; ¶  W. extremity of Eiscir Riada, Lec. fol. 77 a, St. B. 457; ¶  a line fr. it to Áth cliath Duiblinne divided the N. from S. of Ireland, Ml. 68; ¶  "a short distance E. of Athenry," Ar. 130; ¶  a. cliath la Connachtu, Bd. 26; ¶  in four copies called Áth Cliath oc Medraige, now Maaree; ¶  al. Clarinbridge, Ac. 58; ¶  Clarinbridge and Kilcolgan Bridge are in p. Stradbally, Pgi.; ¶  and as Cell Colgan (q.v.) is at Áth Cluana Medraige, I think Áth Cliath Medraige is at or under Kilcolgan Bridge, or nr. it at Clarinbridge; ¶  al. Á. C. in Herut, Ll. 192 a.
a. cliath muirsge
in Tireragh, Sligo; ¶  O Conbuidhe's land extended ó Béal Átha C. M. go hIascaig, Fy. 170.
a. cliath sair
in Ormond; ¶  the Dál Cais owned Cantra Norba Boairech, extending from Cnámh Caill to Ath Cliath in the East; ¶  a boundary of Thomond, Bb. 98 b.
a. clochair
or "Vadum petrosum," now Thorney on the r. Annas, 4 m. from Clonmel, Montmorency Memoir, p. ccxxix., MS. in Sir T. Esmonde's library.
a. cluana meadraige
Cell Colgan at Áth Cluana Meadraige, Ll. 348; ¶  Colcan of Cluain Colgan at Áth cl. Medraidhe, Lec. 104; ¶  Colga of Cell Colgan at A. C. M., I. 111 a 2, Fir. 711; ¶  at Kilcolgan Bridge, p. Stradbally, c. Galway; ¶  v. Ath Cliath Medraige.
a. cochlain
Cathlok, in Scotl., Sk. i. 327. a. coile ingine gartain; ¶  Do Loch an Scáil 7 d'Ath Coile ingine Gartain, Sb. 33 b.
a. coille ruaidhe
on the Shannon, opposite castle of Kiltaroe; ¶  al. Redwood, p. Lorha, b. Lower Ormond, c. Tipp., Ods., Fm. vi. 2314.
a. coiltion
in Magh Aoi, Hf. 3 b.
a. coinnri
Guin Aodha Duibh mic Suibhne Araidhe qui do mharbh Diarmoid mac Cerboill, dormitacio an Ath Coinnri (?), Hb. 62.
a. coirthine
in Magh Reta; ¶  in the battle of Áth Coirthine in Magh Reta, the Munstermen were pursued as far as Slighe Dála and Áth Laigen, Lec. 213.
a. colba
ML. 34; ¶  at most western point of Munster, O'Curry says nr. Bantry Bay; ¶  but it is Á. Colptha, al. Áth na n-óg at Sliab Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. colpa
al. Á. Corco Maigen at Long Cliach in Munster, Lis. 173 b.
a. colptha
al. Á. na n-Óc in Munster Lis. 178 b; ¶  A. na n-Óg in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917; ¶  al. Á. na n-Óg, F. 114.
a. colta
in Connacht, Sas. 7862; ¶  seems nr. Sliab Baghna in E. Roscommon, on the Shannon; ¶  cf. 7846 and 7800; ¶  is A. Coltna (?), q.v.
a. coltna
in Connacht, Ll. 55; ¶  SW. of Áth Moga, Ll. 103 b; ¶  in Magh Aoi, Hf. 3 b.
a. comair
so called fr. Comar, son of Grionda, descendant of Clann Fergusa, Fir. 573; ¶  Ágmar in t-áth Áth Commair, asar dáled deog thonnaid, duna tri finnaib emna canathair ar oen berna, Gairit ó Chommur co Delt re tochell re techtairecht, Ll. 151; ¶  Do berar cath Atha Comair attoro, bristear an cath forna Finnaibh, nocho ráinic tar Sinaind siar a mbethaigh dibh acht tri nonbhar, Sa. 53 a 2.
a. conaill
tucadur maidm Átha Conaill 7 na Graine forra, i., abhann fil eter Feru Manach 7 an Breifne, Au. iii. 192; ¶  v. next name.
a. conaill
v. Bel Átha Chonaill, Ballyconnell, Fm.; ¶  Caislén Átha C. in Breifne Ui Raghallaig, Hx. 853.
á. con-ciarraige (?)
Akunkerry, cantred in Kerry, Sw. an. 1200. á. conuaith mic ú néit; ¶  betw. Bealach na nGeinte mban druagh and Magh Feimin in Munster, Lis. 196 a.
a. coradh conaill
on the Shannon, Fm. iii. 410.
a. corain naoisi
Ocus an tuisge ag Baile na gCuilteach do leanmhain go hAth Corain Naoisi, Ix. 65.
a. corco maigen
Raithin in imairic, SW. of Áth Corco Maigen, al. Ath Colpa, at Long Cliach in Munster, Lis. 173 b.
á. corccama
Cormac Ua Cuind encamped on Druim Damghaire in Luing Cliach; ¶  Fiacha Muilleathan (to oppose him) marched to Claire, and he lost a man every day at Ath Corccame, Lec. 269.
á. cormacc
nr. Sliab Ceis in Corann, Of. 334.
a. cráibe
Pd. viii. 42; ¶  one of the Dighna of Erin, I. 143 a 1. á. crichi collain; ¶  in Echtga, Ll. 170.
á. cró
in Muscri dry., d. Cashel, Tax; ¶  Mac Buaidhigh O'Suilliobháin of Á. Cró, Ai. 134 a; ¶  Mac ag Lorcán .i. Buadhach Átha Cró, Sliocht Finghin mic aodha Duibh, Hz. 68.
á. cró
in Muirthemne, in Ulster; ¶  Ll. 75; ¶  Cath Átha Cró fought by Tadc mac Céin against Ulaid, Lec. 422.
á. crocha
v. Á. Crochda, ford on the Shannon, nr. Shannon Harbour; ¶  Im. 5, Cri. Ch. 323, betw. Athlone and Munster, Au. ii. 158; ¶  Droichiod Átha Crocha, on the Shannon, Ai. 32 a; ¶  Úa Conchobhair built a bridge here in 1116; ¶  Ch. 323; ¶  v. Áth Cróich; ¶  Croch Mór mac Daire Dornmair do Chlandaibh Deadhadh atorchar and la Coinchulainn for cath Finnchoradh, Sa. 83 a 2.
a. crochda
army led by Mac Uilliam Burke against O'Mailseachlainn, many of his followers were drowned in Áth Crochda, A.D. 1266; ¶  Con. 19 b, K. 174 b; ¶  Shannon Harbour, King's Co., Fm. iii. 400; ¶  on the Shannon between Bel an tSnámha and Delbhna Meg Cochlain, Ar. 302; ¶  nr. Shannon Harbour, Ci.; ¶  r. Á. Crocha.
á. crocain
Athecrokain, in c. Lim., land of Monasternenagh, Sw. an. 1200.
á. croi
al. Á. Cuili feadha W. of Sliabh Eblinne, Lis. 172 a.
a. croibe
the 3 Nith Átha Croibe (Tochostul Fear nErenn), Lbl. 640.
a. croich
on the Shannon nr. Shannon Harbour, Fm. v. 1500; ¶  Athcroich Bridge seems same as A. Crocha, A. crochda, q.v.; ¶  á Croich, one of the Dighna of Erin, I. 143 a 1; ¶  á. Croich, Pd. viii. 42; ¶  v. Ess Croich, in King's Co.
á. croise
Athcrossce in dry. Fermoy, d. Cloyne, Tax.; ¶  Áth Crosse in Munst., C. 145.
á. chros mo laga
in Munst. nr. Glendamain, Lbl. 942; ¶  there was the church of the Tuath O Cursaidh in the Triacha of Caoille, Munst., Lis. 182 b; ¶  now called Áthacross, about 3 m. W. of Mitchelstown, O'Longan on the Two Fermoys, a MS. of R.I.A. nr. Sliab Crot, Rc. xxiv. 64.
á. cruim
Ocht ccéud fa dhó la Nochad is bliadhain do d'ferr as bárr go bás Shomhairle Mic Domhnaill a nA. Chruim an-air, Bran. 174 b.
á cruime
Domhnall Óg O Caoimh slain i cath Áthcruime, Ro.; ¶  in c. Cork (?).
á. cruind
Cuchuloinn went to A. Chruind to meet his tutor, in Ulaid, Lb. 26 a; ¶  on the Glais Cruind in Cuailgne, Bb. 221 a.
á. cruithen
in Cuib, N. of Dundalk in Ulster, Lbl. 599; ¶  same as A. Cruithne?
á. cruithne
Au. i. 448; ¶  v. Cluain na Cruimther; ¶  foreigners of Linn Duachaill defeated, 925, at Cluain na C. by Muircheartach McNéill; ¶  defended themselves at A.C. for a week, until relieved from Dublin; ¶  seems "Greenmount" beside the high road betw. Dunleer and Castlebellingham, overhangs the r. Dee; ¶  in Ulster, prob. Athcrathin, in Sheeptown in the Lordship of Newry, Fm. ii. 614; ¶  nr. Drochat Cluana na Ceruimtear in Ulst. where th Galls were routed by Muircheartach Mac Néill in A.D. 924, Ro.
á. cualann
on the r. of Bray in c. Wicklow (?), Mis i. 261.
á. cuilchinged
in Leinster; ¶  the Hui Cormaic extended from Á Cuilchinged to Dubathaib Maisten, Lec. 193.
á. cuile
Pd. viii. 42, one of the dindgna of Erin, I. 143 a 1.
a. cuili fedha
al. A. Croi, W. of Sliabh Eblinne, Lis. 172 a; ¶  Dicer Fidach mac Eoin oc A. Cúile Fedai, Hc. 2, 719; ¶  W. of Sliabh Eblinde, al. Á Croi, Lis. 172 a.
á. cúile fidaig
nr. Bruiden Dá Choca, NE. of Athlone, Bdc. 388.
á. cuile uain
on river whcih flows out of Loch Erne half a mile W. of Belleek, Ar. 64; ¶  A. Cuil uaine, on the Erne, nr. Ballyshannon, Con. 12 a; ¶  A. Cúil Úain, on the r. Erne, Ar. 142, Au. ii. 306, Fm. vi. 1940; ¶  W. of Belleek, Ci.; ¶  now Bellacooloon, Gr. 32; ¶  al. Bél Átha Cúluain, Fm. vi. 1940.
á. cuille
in mBregaib; ¶  A. Cuille .i. on Cuilleisc tarlaic Conall for Lugaid mac Trichon, Ll. 163. á. cuillne: in Cúil Airthir, Lu. 67.
á. cuirc
Labhram ar tús do Pobal tSleachta Uatéir a. Búrc .i. dá bhaile Átha Cuirc, Fa. 2.
a. cuire
by the side of Uaithne (?), or in the Butlers' country, Tor. 118; ¶  leg. Á. Cuirc.
á. cuitech
in t-Ath sin Ath Salach sean ris an abar A. Cuitech ropsad A. Catach a ainm an dorocair Dubh mac Rogairbh, Cath edir Conaing 7 Clann Neimhidh, I. 169 b 2.
á. culuain
v. Á. cúile uain.
a. cuma ind shéisir
ford in the battlefield of Carn Feradhaigh in Clíu, an. 626; ¶  in c. Limerick, Au. i. 96; ¶  Á. Cumma, Mi. á. cumair (cf. Ath in Chomair); ¶  nr. Mullingar; ¶  battle here between King Eochaidh and his 3 sons, Mm. 33, 591.
á. cúnga
Tuaim dá Bhodhar at one end of the district, Á. Cúnga at the other, Fir. 285; ¶  al. Béal Á. Cunga; ¶  Ballycong in p. Attymas, b. Gallen, Mayo, Fy. 242; ¶  v. Bél átha Conga.
á. dá abann
S. of A. Cille Buinden, in Munster, Lis. 176 b.
á. dá cairne
al. Ath da Charnai; ¶  Cath Átha da Chairne, by the Síl Eogain, Ll. 183 a.
á. dá chara
cís fr. Corco Baiscind, fr. Léim Conchulaind to lár Átha da Chara, i.e., the K. of Cashel's dues, Lec. 440; ¶  perhaps Clare Castle, c. Clare, Ac. 249; ¶  Clár átha da charadh, is Clare, nr. Ennis, c. Clare, Fm. iii. 412; ¶  Corca Baiscind extended from Leim Conchulaind to Clár A. da cara, Ha. 767.
á. dá chorr
two cranes are usually seen on this Áth, that is near Druim Ceat, K. 161 a, Ods. 614.
á. dachrach
Immairech Á. Dachrach, Z. 469, col. 1.
á. dadlái
the bands dispersed from Uisneach; ¶  Cobhthach set out for Cenannus, Eoghan arrived at A. Dadlái, Breac went to Báncarn an Brogha, Fer. 79.
á. dá fhert
in Sliab Fhúait, Ll. 79, Hf. 37 b; ¶  in the N. of Ireland, Cgg. 6; ¶  Áth dá ferta, Lu. 82; ¶  in Mag Conaille, Au. i. 310. Fm. i. 428, Mi., Ch. 131, Fir. 764; ¶  i Conallaib, Lec. 139; ¶  on Sliab Fuait, Hf. 37 b; ¶  NW. of Dún Imrind, Lbl. 648, Tbr. 242.
á. dá fhertai
at Modaib Loga al. Lugmoud (Louth), Lbl. 608; ¶  in c. Louth, Cri.
á. dá ferta
Aed Ordnide slain there, Bb. 50 b, 48 a, 49 a, Lg. 185; ¶  á. dá Ferta, in Tír Conaill, Ai. 17 a.
á. dá gabhul
name of a church in Meath; ¶  Ct. 130; ¶  SS. Cathar, Cathaseus and Cathneus of.
á. dagain
Cs. 286.
á. daim ghlais
N. of Drumcliff, Sas. 1540, 6894; ¶  .i. Á. doim glais between Drumcliff and Benbulbin, Sas. 1514; ¶  in N. Sligo.
a. daire
v. Bél Á. Daire on r. Leanainn in Tirconnell.
a. daire dá baeth
Ón Muini (ro fitir cách) co A. Daire dá Baeth, Ll. 150, 124; ¶  Á. Daire da Baeth, in Ulster, where Conchobhar Mac Nessa got the brain-ball in his head, Ll. 124; ¶  a. Daire da Baeth, tarla im Mullach cinn Conchubair combadar a da trian ina cinn 7 co torcair sim as a cinn co tarla fria lár: fo cerdat Ultaigh cucai conrucsat ar Ceat for Bru A. Daire da Baeth is ann do rochair Conchobhar .7 atha a líe and bail i torchair .7 a corti fria cosau, Sto. 7 a, col. 1, 8 a 1.
á. daire dubáin
v. Bél Átha Dairi Dubháin; ¶  maidhm caeraidhechta do buain eistib 7 a Tellach nDunchadha, idón, o Á Daire Dubain co Sliabh Cairbri, Au. iii. 22; ¶  semes Tullyhunco, c. Cavan. á. dá laarcc for Búill, Fm. iii. 14, 274, Sa. 84 b 1, Ai. 436; ¶  Á. dá Laarg, Boyle, in c. Roscommon, Fm. iii. 14, iv. 822; ¶  al. Á. dá ghabul vadum duarum furcarum, Ct. p. 173, 177; ¶  on the r. Boyle, opposite the great Monastery, Mis. i. 260, Ci.; ¶  á. dá Laarc (of Meath or of Roscommon) the Clan Ferdomnaigh of A. da larg, Bb. 93 b, Lbl. 786; ¶  Mainistir Á dá Laarc (Au. ii. 228) is, I think, the Abbey of Boyle, c. Rosc.; ¶  also a place in Meath, Fm. ii. 637, O'D. á. dá loarg (at Kells in Meath); ¶  Vadum duarum Furcarum (dá loarcc) juxta Cenondas, A. f. 12 b a; ¶  i ttaeb Cenannsa, F. 179, Fg. 230; ¶  Á da Laracc i Cenannus, where was a convent of nuns in St. Patrick's time, Tl. 104; ¶  at Tl. 72 the same place seems referred to, as I gather from the context compared with A.f. 12 b a, supra; ¶  g. Átha da loarg, Bk. 27 a; ¶  nr. Kells, Fep.; ¶  Áth dá loarc, on the Blackwater, nr. Kells, Au. i. 458; ¶  epscop. Mac Cainne ó Á. da laarg i taobh Cenannsa, Md. 324; ¶  the Cland Shnedlandláin of Á. da laarg and the Ui Cuain Chilli Delga, Lec. 452; ¶  Cell Delga shows that this refers to Meath; ¶  Gailenga móra and Gailenga becca defeated by Congalach, son of Maelmithidh at A. d. Loarc, Au. i. 458.
á. dalrach
Mochonna Átha Dalrach, Ll. 368; ¶  Lec. 118, Mocomma Átha Dallrach, Bb. 125 a, Lec. 118.
á. damh cheilt
.i. vadum boum se obsedentium, C. 621; ¶  ford in Lein., B. lix. 293; ¶  a. deib dichlit .i. vadum boum se abscondentium on river between N. Leinster and S. Leinster, Cs. 538.
á. dara
cath Áth Dara for Berba, Ll. 299 b, Lec. 603; ¶  Ch. 246, 256; ¶  seems in Mag Ailbe ar brú na Berba ibidem; ¶  K. Loiguire and Leth Chuinn defeated here by the Leinstermen, Lu. 118 b; ¶  on the r. Barrow in Mag Ailbhe, c. Kildare, Au. i. 18, 458, Ac. 71; ¶  A. Dara in Berbi, Cs. 247; ¶  "at Mageney Bridge," Shearman, Loc. Pat. 67, 101; ¶  is this a guess? v. Fir. 762, K. 157 b.
á. dara
abha Átha Dara, .i. r. Maigue, Fm. vi. 2116; ¶  Adare, b. Coshma, c. Limk.; ¶  Ods. 577; ¶  Donchadh O'Brien was lord of the land from Á. Dara to Luimneach, Fm. v. 1267; ¶  the Mainistir Á. Dara on th r. Máigh, Fm. iv. 1034, v. 1266. a. dechara, or A. Dearcca; ¶  on the boundary of the Dál Cais where the Forgas (or Feoir) enters the sea, Ha. 748.
a. ndega
in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917
á. deib dichlit
.i. vadum boum se abscondentium, Cs. 538; ¶  seems in N. Leinster or on border of N. and S. Leinster; ¶  v. Á. damhcheilt.
á. demaeth
Dál Cais extends from Dún Cláire to Á. Demaeth, Ha. 748.
á. denndirg
land of Monasternenagh, c. Limk.; ¶  Sw. an. 1200.
a. derc
Adderke, in Tachnethi dry., d. Dublin Cr.
á. derg
in Mac Namara's country in Corcomruadh, Ai. 72 b.
a. derg
in Magh Sleacht, c. Leitrim, Con. 15 b, Ci., Fm. iii. 356, at Alt na hEillte.
á. dergdúin
al. Á. an Chorrdhoire, Im. ii.; ¶  seems in Uí Maine.
á. ndergmóna
in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. dergtha in daim
al. Á in daim on r. Slaney, Sas. 4435, Lis. 227 a.
a. disirt nuadhat
Au. ii. 448, Fm. iii. 546; ¶  al. a. Disirt Nuadhain; ¶  Estersnow or Eastersnow, in in b. Boyle, co. Rosc., Fm. iii. 546, Ci.; ¶  Áth Disirt Nwan, Ac. 287.
a. doimhghlais
al. Á. in Comraic N. of Druim Cliabh in Connacht, Lis. 211 b.
a. doiri chuirc
betw. Rosc. and Athlone, Con. 18 b; ¶  Derryquirk, p. Killukin, c. Rosc., Ci. a. droichit, .i. Droichet Átha, Fen. 80, 81; ¶  Drogheda, the bridge was, I think, at Oldbridge, as Mellifont was the Monastery of the Bridge, and the ford is still at that point below the present bridge; ¶  it is doubtful if there was a ford at Drogheda.
á. drommand
Caill Chúan extended from Escir to Á. Drommand, Ll. 200, I. 165 b 1, Sa. 65 a 1; ¶  Osraighthe is taoisigh throma, labhram fa laoch hÁthdrom(a)n, ó Bhearbha go mínn Mumhan le Rí Teamhra a dathughadh, Bran. 153 a; ¶  Tailltiu in Meath extended from Eiscir to A. Drumand; ¶  Bb. 225 a.
á. dub
in Laoighis; ¶  English defeated by Gillapatrick ó Morda at A. dub, Con. 46 b; ¶  Ath dhubh, vadum nigrim betw. Dublin and the Fort of Leix, O'S. iii. v. 8; ¶  loss of Blackford Castle, Queen's Co., reported by Ormond, 1st Jan., 1598 [-9]; ¶  Blackford on the Barrow, p. Curraclone Queen's Co., Ci., Fm. iv. 780.
á. dúine calman
"for Indeóin"; ¶  Dungolman tl. and fort, in p. Ballymore, b. Rathconrath, c. Westm.; ¶  the Inneoin, al. Dungolman r., divides b. Kilkenny W. from b. Rathconrath, Fm. ii. 1114.
á. dúine dogair
the Leinstermen marched over Á. Dúine Dogair in going to burn Cruachain, Ll. 393, Mm. 493.
á. dúin gair
Bél Átha Dúin Gair in Eilib; ¶  nr. it is Dungar Castle in p. Corbally, King's Co., nr. border of c. Tipp., Fm. vi. 2186.
a. duirn
in Cúil Airthir in Ulst., Lbl. 593, Lb. 27 a.
á. duirn
Findech of A. Duirn i nOsraigibh, Fg. 28, Md. 36; ¶  in Ossory, Fep.; ¶  Med. says Durn is name of hill in Magh Raigne; ¶  it is probably nr. Killinny, in p. of Kells, c. Kilk.; ¶  some people of c. Kilk. are nicknamed the Durnáns.
a. duirn buide
F. 48, v. Dorn Buide, Duiren.
a. duma
Tig. Rc. xvii. 260, Au. 226, Hb. 79; ¶  bat. betw. Ulaid and Hui Eachach in 760, and betw. the Airthera and Ui Eachach Cobha in 775, Au. i. 226, 245; ¶  in Ulst., and no doubt on borders of these tribes.
a. ndunlatha
in Breffni, Hc. 2, 757 a.
a. éana
Ahena, in p. Tagheen, b. Clanmorris, Mayo, Fy, 478. a. eascrach; ¶  v. A. escrach.
á. echtra
in front of Cell Mór Óchtair Muaidhe, Tl. 136; ¶  ford in the stream at Kilmore Moy, nr. Ballina; ¶  nr. it was the gravemound of Echtra, a princess brought back to life by St. Patrick. In 1898, when I was in Ballina, this mound had been recently cut away; ¶  it was then of no great size, and it was said that bones were found in it (C. McNeill).
á. egone
in Brega; ¶  Egone, Oena, Ilia tri mic Roiss rétis Brega, Ll. 163.
a. eguis
Laebán of, Md. 142, Fg. 108; ¶  A. Egais, Mt. 26.
a. éile
Pd. viii. 42; ¶  one of the dindgna of Erin, I. 143 a 1.
á. eirnn
A. 19 a b, in Munster, certainly; ¶  from Tl., pp. 196, 198, I gather that it is in Muscraige Breogain or Ara Clíach. á. eiseal; ¶  al. Á. Tuisil, on the Siuir; ¶  al Á. Leathan, Bb. 38 a; ¶  Athesill, Gr. 102; ¶  now Athassell.
(áth én ?) land of Monasternenagh, Limk., Sw.
á. ene
Athenry, in dry. Eliogarty, d. Cashel, Tax.
in Coran, Ac. 244.
1260; ¶  church in d. Lismore, in cantred of Ywoghin and Iffa and Offa, c. Tipp., Tr. 84.
á eo
the Ulaid of Áth Eó, Mr. 214.
á. eochaille
Betha Féchin, Rc xii, 340.
a. éoin
nr. Bruiden Da Chocae, NE. of Athlone, Bdc. 388; ¶  i Midi: Lechtán Eogin Duib at Á. Éoin, Ro.; ¶  Dicer En mac Magach oc A. Eoin la Fiachu mar Fir Feibe, Hc. 2, 719.
a. erenn (?)
Atheren, Aithrey nr. Stirling, Scot., Cps. 433.
á. ergail
Maidm Átha Ergail i taeb Clochair, Au. ii. 32, in c. Mon., Ci. Mi., Fm. ii. 914; ¶  nr. c. Tyrone.
á. ergair
Cath Maige Lenai at Á. Ergair in Ulster, Ll. 183.
a. escra
in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917; ¶  leg. Á. Escrach (?).
á. escrach
Mochua Átha Escrach, Ll. 367; ¶  now Ahascragh, in E. of c. Galway; ¶  Ath Escrach church in d. Elphin, Tax. 1306 p. 228; ¶  S. Cuan of A. Escrach, C. 251; ¶  Mo-Chua of Á Escrach, Lec. 117, Bb. 125 a; ¶  O Kellaigh Bhicair Atha E., I. 40 a., col. 1; ¶  A. Escrach Cúan, Lc. i. 536, Ai. 65 a, Con. 26 b, Au. ii. 408, Fm. iii. 486; ¶  on r. Clonbrock in b. Kilconnell, p. Clonbrock, in E. of c. Galw.; ¶  now Ahascragh, Fm. iii. 487; ¶  Goill uile Rosa Comain d'ionniorbadh et do mharbhadh le Donnchadh O Ceallaigh rí O Máine ag. A. Eascrach Cúan, A.D. 1307, Hb. 125.
á. ésteacht-chiuin
semes in Thomond; ¶  they marched to Caraidh Eachdhroma, to A. chobhsach, Easteacht-chiuin, and by the left side of Tulach Ui Dheaghadha, Tor. 162.
á. fada
in dry. Imokilly, d. Cloyne, Tax.; ¶  Aghada.
á. fada
Bél an Átha Fada, .i. Ballinafad, in c. Rosc., Fm. iv. 1120.
á. fada
Bél an Atha fhada, Ballinafad, c. Sligo, Fm. v. 1852.
á. fádat
Pd. 24; ¶  on r. Slaney, on the brink of the Slaine in Fortharta Fea, Ll. 393, Bb. 77 b, Lg. 160; ¶  in Aghada p. in b. Forth, c. Carlow, 4 m. S. of Tullow, Pgi. i. 15; ¶  in it is Aghade Bridge and Aghade Lodge; ¶  Ods. misplaces this in b. Carlow, in which, however, there is an Ath Fadat; ¶  v. next word.
á. fadat
Pd. 28; ¶  on r. Barrow, Ll. 195, Bb. 198 a; ¶  on the Barrow in Lein., Lec. 466; ¶  in Lein., Lbl. 435, Md, 194, Fep.; ¶  Epscop. Ith Atha Fadat, Ll. 308 b; ¶  Á. Fadhad: Imairec tucsat Coraigh Laighen attora fén amthoradh na Berba, 7 marbthar Fathad ann, Sa. 25 b 1; ¶  a tl. in Aghade in b. Carlow, was, by Act 6 & 7 William IV., transferred to b. Forth, Pgi. i. 313; ¶  v. Áth Fithot.
á. farchu
Lughaidh was killed by a thunderbolt at A. Farchu (in Breagh), Lg. 231.
á feda
in Eichtge, Ll. 199; ¶  in Echtga, Ll. 170; ¶  in Slíabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
áth (?) feda eoin
icath (i cath or ic Ath?) Feda Eoin, Ll. 52 a 36.
á. feidli
Ilech Sanathair Laogairi Buagaich then met them at A. Feidli in Ulster, Lbl. 624.
á. fen
Au. i. 276; ¶  prob. á. féne in Ciarraige Ai. Lu. 21 b.
a. féne
Pd. viii. 42; ¶  in Meath, where Dallán Forgaill composed the Amhra Coluim Chille, Lu. 6; ¶  Amra Colum Chille was commenced by Dallán at Á. Feine and was finished at the Crois in Tig Lomain, on the brink of L. Fuair, or at Dún na n-Airmed, Lbl. 687; ¶  in N. of Midhe, Bb. 221 a; ¶  N. of Uisnech Midi, and between Uisnech and Glassaid Assil, Cs. 394; ¶  S. of Finglais, Ll. 151; ¶  al. Á. Airthir Mide, Lbl. 628; ¶  in Ui Tigernai i Midhi, Eg. 1 a, W. S. in Rc. xx. 134; ¶  in Huibh Tigernain Mide, L. 238 c; ¶  A. Féne, in Corco Raidhe, Tig. Rc. xviii. 190, Hb. 18; ¶  Á. Féne, Findglais, Glais tarsna, Glais Cruind, Druim n-airthir; ¶  all seem to be in this order betw. Athlone and Drumcree, c. Meath, Rd., Rc. xvi. 148; ¶  the three Findeamna proceeded fr. A. Luain through Midi, over A. Fene, across Findglais and Glais, Lec. 502; ¶  Lotar na tri Finneamhna ar fud Midhe, tar A. Feini tar Finnglais, &c.; ¶ , I. 162 a 1; ¶  v. next name.
á. féne
on a stream nr. Ories or Oris, b. Clonlonan, c. Westm., Fm. ii. 1138.
á. féine ollorba
Amra Cc., Rc. xx. 134; ¶  "A. Féne i nÚib, Tigernain i Midhi, Eg. 1 a 1," W. Stokes; ¶  Á. Féne was in Corco Ruaidhe, b. Corkaree, c. Westm., and so probably on the r. Gaine, which bisects the barony; ¶  also called A. Ulltach at Ioraras in Westm., Fm. an. 1160, and ii. 1138; ¶  is Ollorba a slip for Ioraras? á. féne (Féni, Fennai); ¶  i tuaisciurt Críche Ciarraigi Ai., Tbf. 209, 213; ¶  in N. of Crích Ciarraigi, Ll. 247; ¶  in Ciarraigi Ai. Lu. 21b; ¶  Hui Cuilen of Á. Fene; ¶  the Cuilen fr. whom these Hui Cuilen are named was son of Amhalgaidh, son of Fiachra Ealgach, Lec. 165, Hyf. 100, Fir. 261, Fy. 100; ¶  in Tirawley, Au. i. 276; ¶  perhaps Á. Féne in Ciarraigi Ai. Lu. 216.
á. fénne
in Ulst., previously called Á. Nírmidi (n-Irmidi ?), Ll. 94; ¶  Á. Féne in N. of Ireland; ¶  Glassaid Assil is betw. it and Combar Deglass; ¶  all seem nr. Comgall's Convent, Cs. 394–5; ¶  N. of Uisnech Midi, ibid.,; ¶  lotar ar fut Midhe, tar A. Féne, is tar Fíndghlais, Sa. 53 b 1.
á. feorainne
Afeoran tl., al. Ballyfeoran, on E. of r. Suck, p. Taghboy, b. Athlone, Rosc., Fm. iii. 284, Lc. i. 332.
a. feradaig
Cormac son of Ailill Fionn (fell) in the battle of A. Fearadaigh, Bb. 39 a; ¶  in E. Munster (?).
á. ferna
Luchta Átha F., Fg. 34, g. Athae Fernæ, Mt. 15, Md. 46, Mi.; ¶  at Ferns, c. Wexf., or Aghafarnham, or Aghafarnan, b. Lr. Kells, c. Meath; ¶  Luchta Á. F., Sil. 74; ¶  ar lár na Giussaige; ¶  Maedóg's place; ¶  Sas. 2603, 2613; ¶  now Ferns, in Uí Ceindselaig; ¶  gurro ionnusdair an tir in Uibh Briuin go Leic mBlada 7 go h Á. Ferno, Hb. 114; ¶  .i. from Ui Briuin Cualann to Ferns (?) Luchta Átha Fearna, Comalta Tuathail Maolgairb King of Erin, Lbl. 868; ¶  Do Conallaibh Muirtheimni do Maelmór 7 ro bé sin in tres comalta do Diarmaid .i. Luchta Átha Ferna 7 Enda mac Ua Laisigh in da comalta eili, I. 133 a 1; ¶  now called Aghafarnan, in p. Enniskeen, b. Lr. Kells, Meath, Fm. ii. 820.
á. ferta daill
al. Á.F. in Daill, in Echtga, Ll. 170, 199; ¶  v. Á. F. Faind.
á. fearta faind
al. Á. F. in Faind; ¶  al. Á.F., in Daill in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. fearta in daill
al. Á. F. Faind; ¶  A.F. in Faind in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
a. ferthain
in Connaught, N. of Corra-for-achud, on the r. Duiblind, in Ui Maine, Lbl. pp. 759, 760; ¶  Á. Fertain, achad an tuaith at the ford of Fertain in Crioch Ciarraighi in Connacht, Lbl. 759.
a. fiacla
Áth F. in Múscraige Breogain, nr. Cell Fhiacla, a Muscraighi Breoghain, Tl. 198, Lis. 6 a.
a. fian
Pd. viii. 42; ¶  one of the Dighna of Erin, I. 143 a 1.
a. find
seems W. of the Shannon, Bb. 221 a; ¶  Gnath cend carbait a caill sair, in Á. Finn a Cuil Chlochair, Sa. 65 a 1; ¶  Nonbhar díbh dar Snámh dá én, tar Á Fínd, tar Magh Fínd fén, cus in traigh ó sin tes tall, co Tir máir a nUmhaill, Sa. 54 a 1.
a. find fáil
Tri catha Atha Find Fáil, by Mac Moga Corbb, Ll. 44; ¶  O'Curry thinks it must have been in Lein., and prob. nr. island of Beg Erinn in the bay of Wexford, Mm. 480.
á. fine
nr. Dunmore, c. Galway, Tig. Rc. xviii, 298; ¶  v. Á Finne.
á. finglaisse
at Ferns, c. Wexf., or at Finglas nr. Dublin (?), Maedóg crossed it (at Ferns?), Sas. 2617.
á. finne
ós ur Dúine Móir i Connachtaib, Hb. 121; ¶  Ai. 45 b; ¶  v. Á. Fine.
a firdead
al. Áth Fir-diad, in Cath Átha fhirdead Muirchertach, son of Niall, defeated the Connachtmen and the Ui Bríuin, Ll. 26 b; ¶  Bruden Á. Fhirdiad, betw. Slighe Midluachra and Á. Cliath, Rc. xiv. 242; ¶  now Ardee, c. Louth, Of. 280; ¶  Atherde in an. 1256, Hmd. 137; ¶  Lecht Fir-death forsind Áth, Ll. 31; ¶  Á. Fir-diad, Bb. p. 263 a; ¶  Á. Fhirdeadh, Au. ii. 26, 120, 132; ¶  A. Fhirdeghaidh, Lc. i. 130; ¶  A. Ria, Au. iii. 630; ¶  A. Fhirdhia, Ch. 204, 230, Mm. 39, Ac. 152, 268; ¶  Latinised Atrium Dei! by Ussher and others; ¶  A. Firdiadh mic Damáin, Fm. iv. 980; ¶  Á. fir-dia-fitz-Daman, Mis. i. 232.
á. fir fin
W. of Magh Find, Ll. 151.
á. fithot
A. 18 a b; ¶  mentioned with Fothart, Gabar Liphi, Suide Laigen (Mount Leinster) and Crimthann, macc Éndi, it is in Leinster, and is, I think, Áth Fadat, now Ahade in N. of b. Forth, Carlow, while Mt. Leinster is at S. of b. Forth; ¶  v. Á. Fadat.
a. fhódla
Athol, Scotl.; ¶  al. Á. Fodhla, Á Fothla, Á Foithle, Sk. i. 186; ¶  At Foile, Adr. 385; ¶  A. Fodla; ¶  Athwotle, Athodel, now Athole, Athol in Scotl.; ¶  Atiötlar of the Sagas, Zcp. i. 450.
á. for aillin
Cricel, son of Dubh, was the maker of the Áth on the Allen, Fir. 9.
a. fornith
in Conaillíu, Lu. 64; ¶  Á. Fornin i crích Conailli Muirthemne, al. Á. Carpait, Ll. 68; ¶  ford of r. Nith (?); ¶  v. A. Lethan for Nith.
á. fostada na féine
on r. Slaney on the plain of Leinster, Lis. 231 b a, Sas. 4981, 4941.
á. fotla
Tig. an. 739; ¶  A. foithle, Au. i. 198; ¶  Athótla, Bd. fo. 9 a; ¶  .i. a second Ireland, now Athol; ¶  Tolartán mac Drostan rex Átha Fhotla a bathadh la hAonghus, A.D. 739, Hb. 76.
á. fráich
Pd. viii. 42; ¶  al. Á. Fúait, Lu. 63, Lbl. 585, Lb. 23 a (where Fróech was slain by Cú-Chulaind, Lb. 23); ¶  al. Á. Omna by Sliab Fuait, from Lu. 63 b, Rc. xv. 139; ¶  Á. Fraoich, D. and Gr. ii. 25; ¶  Á Fráich, where Natfráich was born, Ca. 308, Hc. 2, 569 b.
a. fraith
one of the dindgna of Erin, I. 143 a 1; ¶  leg. Á. Fráich.
a, fraoiche
Ford of Frew on the Forth about 6 miles above Stirling, Max.; ¶  leg. Á. Fraoich.
á. frenair
S. of Móin mór, Lis. 196 a.
á. fuaid
on the Boyne at Rosnaree, K. 149 a.
á. fúait
al. Á. Fráich, Lu. 63 at Sliab Fuait in Ulster, Lbl. 585, Lb. 23 a; ¶  v. A. Fuaid.
a. fuinn
Adrochair in Mac 7 an Reachtairi 7 da meabaidh suil in righ (Chormaic) in a cend 7 ni tardi greim fuir (Aengus Gaibuaithbeach) co riacht a theagh 7 da marb nonbar curadh da curadhaibh Cormaic oc A. Fuinn 7 a dalta leis, I. 91 a 1.
á. fuinnsionn
"for Sníma," on the Sníomá; ¶  now Ahnafunshin or Ahafunshion, in tl. and p. of Dowmdaleasgue in E. of b. of Carbrey, c. Cork, ML. 32.
a. fuinnsionn
Ashford, c. Limk., N. 116.
á. fuiseoige
nr. Luggacurran, in Leix., Fm. iv. 733.
a. ngabla
SE. of Cruacha Aii, Lu. 56.
á. ngabla
al. A. ngrencha; ¶  Cetri mic Uraird rodus marbh Cuchulainn ag A. Grencha, co tuc gabhal cetri mbend fo cind isin Áth, unde A. nGabla nominatur, Sa. 57 a 1, 57 a 2; ¶  al. A. Greancha: IV mic Aurard rodas marbh Cuculaind oc Ath nGrencha co tug gabaill ceithre mbeann fo cinnu os ann ath, Unde dicitur A. nGabla, I. 163 a 1; ¶  Cuchuloinn cut a forked branch with his sword and inserted it in the middle of the stream so that no chariot could pass to one side or the other, Lb. 18 a; ¶  hence the name; ¶  v. next name, r. Á. ngrencha.
á. ngabla
al. Taurloch caille móre, Ll. 59; ¶  a ford N. of Knowth in c. Meath: "Is de atá Á. nGabla .i. oc Beloch caille móire fri Cnogba atuaid, Lu. 58 a, Ll. 45 a, Lec. 253 a; ¶  N. of Druim Licci, Ll. 56, Ce. 10; ¶  above Á. Grencha in Ulst., Lec. 505, Lbl. 575; ¶  Turla Choille móire fria Cnodhbha na Righ fris a raidhtear A. nGaphla, Hf. 9 a; ¶  for Druim Ligh fodheas for A. nGaphla, on Meadhbh's route from SE. of Cruachain into Ulster, Hf. 5 a.
a. gallta
in Ui Maine, Lec. 371, Crt. 20.
á. ngarbáin
Cannan, son of Causan, fr. whom are Confili and Genus Garbain, fr. whom is called Á. nGarbáin, Lec. 269; ¶  Ceanngarbhan (of the race of Fergus mac Roigh), from whom A. nGarbhan is called, Fir. 535; ¶  Candan a quô Confhili 7 Ceandgarban a quo A. nGarban, descendants of Mogh Ruith, I. 72 b 1; ¶  Adgarvan Thirinche, Sw. 1252–84, 1268, "the ford called A.T. as that rivulet [Rye Water] runs into the Liffey"; ¶  Genus Garbain (of the Clann Mathgamna) fr. whom is A. Garbáin, X. 142.
á. garuch
betw. Fir Roiss and Fir Ardai; ¶  dotiaguit inn eoin reimimb (a maig Emna) fo dess tar Sliab Fuait for Á. Lethun, for Á. nGaruch, for Mag nGossa etir Firu Roiss ocus Firu Ardai, It. i. 144.
á. glaisi
at Bél Átha Glaisi, Bellaglash, in King's Co., Mi.
á. glaisi cró
in Huibh Cuanach, Fer. 81.
á. glaisne
De Courcey escaped at night fr. Dún dá Leath Ghlas, and came to Á. nGlaisne, where he built a castle, and lived in it, Ai. 47 a. á. glasarnárach (recte Áth glas, I think); ¶  Bél Á. glas arnárach; ¶  the English went to an Muilenn Cearr (Mullingar), Mageoghan went the next day to oppose them to Bél Á. glas arnárach, Fm. iv. 970; ¶  so it is nr. Mullingar; ¶  O'D. equates it with Bellaglass, al. Ballyglass, tl. in p. Mullingar, c. Westm., arnárach I take for ar namárch "the next day," as O'D. renders it.
á. nglonna
in Maenmag, a territory round Loch Reagh, c. Galw., Os. iv. 300.
á. goan
Tig. Rc. xvii. 182; ¶  Cath Átho Goan i n-iarthar Lifi, Au. i. 100, Tig. Rc. xvii. 182; ¶  seems Athgoe, c. Dub., but it is E. of the r. Liffey; ¶  Life is a district in iarthar Life, Fir. 426, Bb. 35 b, Ch. 83, Mi., Cri., nr. the Liffey, Ac. 102; ¶  Thomas de Athgo in Inquisitio of 1258 at Dublin; ¶  Crimthand Cualand reigned 22 years, and was slain in the battle of Á. Goan, Ll. 39; ¶  Cath A. Goain in Iarthor Lifi in quo cecidit Cremthonn Cualann, Hb. 65, Ch. 83; ¶  Ailill "Crundere Cliaraigh," slain by Conall at A. Goan, Ll. 185.
a. gona
Immairech A. Gona fri hUa Neill, Z. 469, col. 1.
á. gort
in Ireland, Cps. 41, N. 142; ¶  v. A. guirt. á. ngréna, al. Á. nGabla; ¶  N. of Cnogba of the Kings, Ll. 60; ¶  v. Á. nGabla; ¶  Lu. 58 a, on the Boyne.
á. grencha
in Ulster, Lu. 74, S. of Áth nGabla, Lec. 505; ¶  A. nGreancha so se, bidh A. nGabhla a ainm co brath, ón Ghabhail adchí san ath, Sa. 57 a 2; ¶  al. Á nGabla and Aurárd, after Cuchulainn placed the four heads of the Auraird, the charioteers of Orlam, son of Ailioll and Meadb, on four Gabla, or stakes, at this ford, Bb. 222a; ¶  al. A. ngabla, Hf. 10 a.
a. guala mulcha
ar an abhuinn Nith i cConuille Murtheimhne an sin do thuit Mulcha for san tulach idir an dá áth conadh de atá A. Guala Mulcha beós, Hf. 20 b.
á. nguill
al Á. Mór in Mag Muirthemni below Dundalk, Ll. 111 b; ¶  al. Áth na carpat budhtuaidh; ¶  between Fochaird Muirthemne and Echlasc ech Conculainn, nr. Dundalk, Sas. 2318; ¶  al Á. na Carpat, N. of Fochart Murthemne, Lis. 216 a.
a. guirt
in Seimhne, the battle of, fought by Tighearnmus, K. 131 b; ¶  v. Seimne.
á. í
Pd. viii. 42; ¶  on the Berbha, Cg. 214; ¶  after the battle of Mullaghmast the Dál gCais marched to Á. Í. on the Barrow, K. 172 a; ¶  now Athy, Mm. 590; ¶  Bruidean Atha Í i Laignib, Lbl. 951; ¶  v. Baile átha hÍ; ¶  Á. Ai., Á. Aei.
á. íchtair
Colmán Átha iochtair, Ai. 150 a.
á. idir dhá loch
on r. Garbh-Abann idir dhá loch, in p. of Inchigeela, b. of W. Muskerry, co. Cork, ML. 32; ¶  Á.-idir-dá Loch, ar an Abhainn Ghairbh; ¶  Amus eile orra i Treschoill, 7 tugadar da each 7 carbat na caillidh leo go hA.-idir-da-Loch 7 bristear cuing in charbuid ann sin gonad de ata Bel Átha Senchuinge for in A. sin, Hx. 679.
á. n-imfuait
al. Á. n-imfóit for Bóind, Lu. 127 a; ¶  Teh. 260.
á. imlaise
Bco. 26 b 2; ¶  Á. Imlaisi, Ct. 288; ¶  now p. Ahamlish, c. Sligo; ¶  Á. imglasse (S. Colmán of) in N. of c. Sligo, B. lxii. 340; ¶  Colmán mac Fionáin ó A. Iomglaisi, Fg. 208, Md. 290.
á. imper
Meg Eochachan Óg, Son of Meg Eochachan, slain A.D. 1401 at Beol A. Impir, Con. 45 a.
á. in —
v. áth an —.
á in athar
fri Crinna anairtuaith, i.e., NE. of Crinna, Fer. 33; ¶  v. Á. ind inathair in Bregia; ¶  Á. in inatair fri Crinda a n-airtuaidh, I. 168 a 1.
a. inbhir
Cainche, Uillind and Raighne, 3 sons of Find, were born at Athaib Inbhir, Lis. 200 b. á. in chairthinn, Au. i. 528, Fm. ii. 768; ¶  outside Brian Boraimhe's territory; ¶  a hosting by Brian B., and he stayed here 3 months; ¶  situation unknown to Hen. and O'Don.; ¶  Dr. M'Carthy -"Perhaps on Erkin r., nr. Durrow, Queen's Co."
á. in charpait
co rochtatar iarthur Maighi Maistertha, cu ro mhemaidh fertais carpait na hinghine, conadh Á. in Carpait ainm inn átha ó sin ille, Lis. 27 b.
á. in charpait
ar Daol i Maigh Ithe a cCenel Conuill, Md. 154; ¶  ar Dail, &c.; ¶ , Bco. 2a.
á. i cill corpnatan
Hui Bairrche own Lein., fr. A. Trusten to the Á. in Cill Corpnatan, Ll. 314.
á. in chip
in Magh Luirg, Con. 30 b, Au. ii. 428, 342; ¶  Athan Kip, Ac. 279; ¶  nr. Ath Angaile and Sliab Luga, Con. 20 b; ¶  same as 2 next names (?).
á. in chip
on the Shannon on the borders of Magh Nisse, co. Leitr., Fm. iii. 312, Con. 11 b; ¶  Caislén Atha an chip ar brú Muige Nissi do denam do Mhilidh Mac Goisdelbh; ¶  A. an chip for Sinuinn; ¶  teach dósam a Magh Luirg 7 creacha móra do thabairt leis ó Á. in chip 7 a Uachtar Tíre, Lc. i. 368, 464, 588; ¶  fr. his encampment in Magh Nisi the Earl of Ulster set out for A. in Chip, Con. 20 a; ¶  Á. an Kip, a few m. S. of Carrick-on-Shannon, c. Leitr., Cl. 9, Ci., Ac. 248.
a. in chip
belonged to d. Glendaloch, Cr. 1179.
á. in chomair
maidm Átha in Ch., Au. ii. 160; ¶  Diarmait Ua Mailshechlainn 7 Iarthar Midhe defeated Art Ua Mailshechlainn 7 Airther Mide there, so it is in Meath, and prob. nr. border of E. Meath and W. Meath; ¶  I think it is a ford nr. Ballycumber, in d. Meath, nr. where the rr. Brosna and Clodiagh meet; ¶  or Á. Cumair nr. Mullingar, q.v.
á. in chomraic
al. Á. Doim glais, al. Á. Daim glais, betw Drumcliff and Benbulbin, Sas. 1514, Lis. 211 b; ¶  in N. Sligo.
á. in chomhraic
at Bél Átha in Ch., or Ballycorick, c. Clare, Fm. vi. 1878, 2004.
á. in daim
on r. Slaney, Lis. 227 a, Sas. 4431; ¶  al. A. dergtha in daim, nr. Coscrach na cet in Leinster, Lis. 227 a.
a. in derca daill
Fen. 329; ¶  scene of one of Conall Gulban's defeats of Leinster.
á. ind escrai
in Eichtge, Ll. 199, 170; ¶  Ahascragh (?).
a. indil
in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. in dúine
Cu-gan-mathair, K. of Mun, died at Á. in Dúine of the Buídhe Condaill, Bb. 39 a.
á. ind eich
Fg. 142; ¶  = Á. Innich, Mt. 30; ¶  Á. in eich, Mr. 272.
a. in gail
in Corand, Connacht, Con. 18 b; ¶  in b. Corann, c. Sligo, Lc. i. 446, 466.
a. ingnem
al. Á. cind cluidh, Sb. 33 b 1.
á. in ghobhann
at Bél Átha in Ghobhann, Ballygowan in Corcomroe, c. Clare, Mi.
á. in imairg
in Ulst.; ¶  from Á. in imairg to the Finn, Lbl. 288; ¶  on the Lowr Bann (?), Mr. 142.
a. in inathair
v. A. in Athar; ¶  NE. of Crinda in Breagh, Bb. 228 a; ¶  Rd. Rc. xvi. 70, Sa. 72 b 2, Lec. 519.
a. inn ibair
on the E. boundary of the Fearand Sogain in Connacht, I. 79 a 1.
a. in luain
in Eichtge, Ll. 199, 170; ¶  Áth in Luain Creach, in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
a. in meirgge
in Echtga, Ll. 170; ¶  Á. in Mergi in Sliabh Echtga, Lbl. 917.
á. in míl
in Eichtga, Ll. 170, 199.
á. in muilt (?)
Athelmolt, nr. or belonging to Graigemanagh (Graigemanagh Charter of 1212, Gn.); ¶  for Á. in muilt or Á. na molt; ¶  Athermolt, B. lv. 1038; ¶  it is, I think, nr. Annamult House, nr. the Nore circ., 3 m. NW. of Thomastown, c. Kilk.
á. innich
Mt. 30; ¶  = Áth ind eich, Fg. 142.
á. indsin tsruthra
Tig. Rc. xviii. 156; ¶  Brefne raided into Connacht over A. i. t., and plundred Clann Uadach in Druim Drestan, and went home over A. Luain, ibid.; ¶  Á. innsin sruthra, Mi; ¶  Creach lá Tighearnan Ua Ruairc et lá Fearoibh Breifne a Ceonnachloibh, tar A. Innsi an tSruthro, gur airg Clann Uadach a nDruim Drestan, Hb. 106; ¶  he went from Mag Aí over A. Innsin Sruthra into Breifne, Fm. ii. 1112.
á. inroine
in Leix, Ll. 60.
á. in saluin
on a stream in p. Killereerin, nr. Tuam, Im. 6.
á. in scáil
Cath Átha in Scáil by Cucorb, Ll. 380; ¶  by Mac Moga Corbb, Ll. 44.
á. in tsluaig
al. Áth na n-Irlann, W. of the W. part of S. Meath, Lis. 171 b.
á. ind unche
Uinche fled from Fornocht to A. ind Unche, I. 150 b 2; ¶  nr. Fornocht (?), q.v.
á. in urchair
al. Baile Átha in Urchar i cCenel Fiachaidh, Md. xliii.; ¶  Tempall Daidhi is nr. it, Md. xliii.; ¶  al. Baile Átha an Urchair, Ardnurcher; ¶  al. Horseleap in b. Moycashel, Westm., Fm. iii. 92; ¶  Ardnurcher in W. Meath, B. lix. 285; ¶  v. A. an urchair.
á. iomglaisi
Fg. 208; ¶  v. Á. Imlaisi.
a. irlomain
Mac Liac Átha Irlomain, of the Dál Coirpri Hui Nitha, in Munster, Ll. 382.
á. n-irmhidhe
S. of Irárd Cuilinn, Áth n-Irmhidhe ainm an atha ar ar chomracset, co sin; ¶  A. Fene a ainm ó shin an-all, Hf. 60 b.
á. isil
on th Suir where Fiachradh Muilleathan was born, Ai. 128 a; ¶  Uilliam Burke died in England, and his body was interred at Á. Isel, A.D. 1248, Con. 13 a; ¶  Á. íssel in dry. Muscri, d. of Cashel, Tax.; ¶  Á. ísseal, al. Á. tuisil, where Fiacha Muillethan was wounded, Sas. 1161. Á. Íssel, E. of Seanmhagh mBreoghain in Munst., Lis. 196 a; ¶  or Atthissel, Hmd. p. 170, an. 1264; ¶  Athassel, in p. Relickmurry, b. Clanwilliam, c. Tip., 31/2 miles W. of Cashel, on the Suir, Ods. 577; ¶  on the Suir, Mi., Ci., Cl. 18.
athis murthemni
Ll. 107 b, v. Athais.
á. laegairi
where Labraid Loingsech was born; ¶  nr. Cell Uasaille, Ll. 308 a; ¶  Cell Uasaille and Cell Dara could be seen from it.
á. laigen
Lec. 213; ¶  Congabsat an-iar Mag Glaca, is de ata A. Laigen, Ha. 846; ¶  all the land troops to be in Magh nAdhair, and all on sea to be in Béal Atha Laigen, Lis. 152 b; ¶  men of Mun. seized Lein, fr. A. Laigean to Maistiu, Lec. 212, 213; ¶  in the Mointe Smóil; ¶  the third battle of Leinstermen against the men of Mun. was fought in Magh Reda (Laoighis) (wherein the Mun. men were routed), from Coirtine to Slighe Dala, and to A. Laighean i Móintibh Smóil, Fir. 560; ¶  Athlayen, a ford on the r. dividing Lein. fr. Mun.; ¶  battle, Ac. 56.
á. laighin
al. Á. Meadhraidhe, Laighin Gairbliáth Mac Daire mic Righ Espaine, a quo A. Laighin, Sa. 38 a 2, 38 b 1.
a. leacach
Athlacca, c. Limk.
á. lechta casc
in Connacht, O'Conor won a battle there, Con. 59 a; ¶  cf. Á Lethan Lechta Conaill in Eichtge.
á. léime na girre
where Brian O'Conor was slain by Hugh O'Connor and the sons of M'Dermot, Fm. iv. 1170; ¶  on a r. in Roscommon or Mag Luirg.
á. lethan
al. Á. Eiseal on the Siuir, Bb. 38 a; ¶  al. Áth Isiul, .i. Tuisiul on the Súir, E. of Cnoc Raphund, Lis. 182 a; ¶  Athassel.
a. lethan
for Berba; ¶  Broadford on the Barrow, ML. 58; ¶  Clann Maoilfinne, al. Hui Maoilfinne at A. L. in Lein., Fir. 470; ¶  Clann Mailfine at A. L., belonging to the Clann Mugroin Liphi, I. 58 a 2; ¶  the Hui Maelfini of A. leathan (Genealogy of the Cland Mugroin Lifi), Bb. 75 b.
a. lethan
in Echtga, Ll. 170; ¶  v. A. L. an Lechta Conaill.
a. lethan
i Luigne Connacht, Con. 10 a; ¶  v. Baile Átha Lethain, Fm. iv. 676, 682, 730; ¶  A. Lethan a Luighne; ¶  A. L. a Luighni; ¶  A. L. a Luighne at Baile Á. Leathain, Ballylahan, now in b. Gallen, c. Mayo, Lc. i. 354, 402, 404; ¶  Annals of Connacht, fo. 10 a, Lc. thrice and Fm. once put Á. Lethan in Luigne (now b. Leyney, c. Sligo); ¶  O'Don. and Hennessy say they were wrong, but were the entries when first penned wrong? In my "Description of Ireland an. 1598," p. 143, a document of 1585 names McJordan Chief Lord of the barony of Bellalahan at Gallen; ¶ " it was then in Gallen, Mayo; ¶  A. Lethan il Luighnib; ¶  d'Exetra tigerna Á. Lethain; ¶  Mailir d'Exetra ticcerna Átha L.; ¶  Mac Siúrtáin d'Exetra tigerna Á. L.; ¶  Caislén A. L.; ¶  Mac Siurtain tigerna Baile Á. L., Fm. iii. 348, 510, 514, iv. 676, 682, 731; ¶  Mailir d'Eisetra tigerna Á. L.; ¶  Mac Siurtan tigerna Baile Á. L., Au. ii. 426, 428, iii. 28; ¶  Brian Oh Uigin, head of his sept, Irish and Scotch instructor, died A.D. 1475, and was buried in Á. Lethan, Con. 65 a.
á. lethan
al. Athcliath, at Ballymote, Ac. 279.
á. lethan
for Níth, for Níth in Conailliu Muirtheimne, la Conuille M.; ¶  Lu. 64, Lb. 24 a, Hf. 20 b; ¶  dotiaguit inn eoin reimimb (a maig emna) fo dess tar Sliabh Fuait for Á. Lethun, for Á. nGaruch, for Mag nGossa etir Firu Roiss ocus Firu Ardai, It. i. 144; ¶  on the Nith in Conailliu, in Ulst., Lbl. 587; ¶  .i. crich Conailli Muirthemne, Ll. 68; ¶  the sons of Ua Neill, of Art Ua Néill there; ¶  it is nr. Síl Baidhill and is in Ulst., and probably in Conaille, and not at Ballylahan, co. Sligo, as Editor of Au. (iii. 235) says; ¶  besides Ballylahan is in Mayo, where he places it in the Index; ¶  those O'Neills were raiding each other's lands, and what would bring them so far away?
á lethan
where Connla was slain, Sas. 1188; ¶  in Munst., Leinst., Ulst., or Conn. (?). á lethan lechta conaill; ¶  in Eichtge, Ll. 199; ¶  in Sliab Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. lethan loichi
al. Áth lethan Luain, in the west, Sas 5308; ¶  from Á. L. Loiche in the W. to Benn Edair in the E., Lis. 232 a; ¶  Athlone.
á. lethdergge
in Eichtge, Ll. 170, 199; ¶  Á. Leithdeirghi in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. lethnocht
at Sleibti (Sletty), in Leinst., Ll. 312, 383, Bb. 72 a, Fir. 450, Lec. 193; ¶  Á. Lethnochta, in Leins., Lec. 450.
á. líacc
Au. ii. 458; ¶  Z. 370; ¶  betw. Boyle and the r. Samhaoir, Ar. 152; ¶  on the Suck, in NW. of b. Athlone, c. Rosc.; ¶  7 m S. of Rosc. town, Ac. 165; ¶  on borders of Rosc. and Longf., Cg. 108; ¶  Maonacan átha líacc, Md. 40; ¶  S. of L. Dechet, Ll. 151; ¶  A. Liacc, in Connacht; ¶  the castle of A. Liacc was built by Sefraid Mares, Con. 4 a; ¶  Ballyleague or Athleague.
á liag
at Lanesborough, c. Long.; ¶  Lanesborough bridge is built over the ford; ¶  A. Liag, on the Shannon, Ch. 238, Au. ii. 302, Hb. 122, Hf. 20 b; ¶  al. Baile átha liag; ¶  al. Áth Liag Finn. Ballyleague, the W. or Connacht portion fo Lanesboro', c. Rosc., Fm. v. 1660, iii. 200.
á. liacc
Fg. 32, Mt. 15, 40; ¶  v. Áth Liag, Á. Liac Find, Á. L. na Sinna, Á. L. na Suca.
á. liac find
on the Shannon, Ll. 163, Sa. 52 a 1, Hb. 122; ¶  Á. Liag Find, Tarlaig Finn a lia 's n Ath an ló tanig a lon lath Bran 7 Seanach is ean is de sin dorocradar; ¶  there was a battle fought here betw. Find mac Cumhaill and Flann mac Eathach Abradruaidh, I. 162 a 1; ¶  Áth liag finn, al Baile átha liag, Ballyleague, W. part of Lanesboro', Fm. iii. 200; ¶  battle at this ford betw. Find mac Cumaill and Fland mac Echach Abratruaid, Lec. 501, Bb. 220 b; ¶  "they went across Ath liag Find, the Suck, the plain of Mag Aoi, the Seghais, Coirrsliabh na Seaghsa, the Corann, Ballymote," Ar. 244.
á. liacc maenaccáin
in Ui Maine, Fm. iv. 1152; ¶  Áth liag Maonaccan; ¶  Athleague, town on r. Suck, b. Athlone, c. Rosc., to be distinguished fr. Ath-liag on the Shannon, which is usually called A. L. finn; ¶  Domhnall Cam wrote these verses, "báithidhear Athliag dóithidhear Loch Glinne, biaidh Glinsce 'na fásach 's Cluain Álas gan duine," Fm. iv. 1152; ¶  Tadhg O'Ceallaigh, another son of Maelsheachlainn, King of Hy Maine, died in A. Liag Maenagain, I. 40 b, col. 1; ¶  Maenacan, of A. Liag Maenacan, Fir. 234, Lec. 155, Bb. 59 b; ¶  Athleague on the r. Suck, c. Rosc., Im. 7, Mi.
á. liac marggini
al. Á. Cliath Duiblinne, Ll. 160; ¶  Á. Liag Margin, i.e. Dublin, Bd. 36; ¶  on the sea-shore at Duiblind, Lbl. 428; ¶  Torchair Dubh isin lind, Unde dicitur Duibhlind, 7 A. Liag Mairgene, air is ann do beart Mairgene a urchar fuirri isinlind, Sa. 20 b 2; ¶  the place whence Mairgen discharged the shot at Dub ingen Roduib in Duiblind, Lec. 462.
á. liacc na sinna
Ballyleague, Fm. iii. 310; ¶  the bridge of Lanesborough is built over the ford; ¶  Ballyleague, in b. S. Ballintober, c. Rosc., Ci.; ¶  a conference took place between Aedh O'Conor and Eoan de Verdun at A. liacc na Sinna, A.D. 1256, Con. 16 a.
á. liag na suca
Athleague, in Athlone b., c. Rosc., Ci.
á. lighen
in uachtar Clainni Ricaird, Au. iii. 80; ¶  in Clann Rickard; ¶  Bél Átha Lighen, in Clanrickard, Lc. ii. 148, maidhm Átha Lígen, Con. 54 a.
a. ligi
O Conor was kept in bondage by Uilliam O'Ceallaigh from the Maidm of Cell Achaidh to that of A. Lighi, A.D. 1420, Con. 54 a; ¶  seems in Hui Maine, or it is Áth Lighen, q.v.
a. lis
in or nr Fid Gaible, now Feeguile, q.v., Sas. 6460. á. lios cind faelaidh; ¶  in Eoganacht Glennomhnach, in Munst., Lis. 182 b.
á. lis molaga (?)
Athlyskmolaga, in dry. Fermoy, d. Cloyne, Tax.
a. loche
in Iarmuma, Tl. xxxiii.; ¶  v. a. Loich.
a. lodain
A. Luain, o luan ind Fhindbendaigh, no A. Lodain Luacharglain, do Tuathaibh De Danann, air is ann ro aitreab for úr in Átha sin, Sa. 40 a 2.
á. lóich
at Dunlow, nr Killarney, P.R.I.A. vii. 188, Sp. 346.
a. longport
Ad longport on r. Suir, in the direction of Clu'mor, Sp.
a. longphuirt (?)
Athlunkard bridge and tl. nr Limk.
a. louan
Adlouan, ford on the Liffey under the church or house of S. Catherine, nr the Salmon Leap, Leixlip, Sw. an. 1268; ¶  .i. Á. Laighean, A. Laigen (?), or A. Leamhna (?).
á. luain
Pd. viii. 42; ¶  Leide MS. Rc. xiii. 10; ¶  Athlone, named from Luan, son of Lugar, slain there by Nár mac Fiacha mic Conaill Cearnaigh; ¶  so called as Luan, son of Suanach, was slain there, Bdc. 162; ¶  Luan's ford separated Connacht from Meath, Sil. 36; ¶  a boundary of ancient Meath, K. 121 b; ¶  Á. Luain, al. Sen-áth mór, ML. 60; ¶  v. Ll. 104 a, It. i. 106, Lec. 243 b b, Sil. 46, Cormac 41, Ct. 544; ¶  hua Domnaill do dhola timcell na Midhe siar co hA. Luain, Caislén A.L., Au. iii. 128, 6, Lct. 18, Im. 5; ¶  bridge of Athlone built by O'Conchobhair 1116, Ch, 177; ¶  Alona, Gr. 24; ¶  Adlon, in Hmd, p. 135 A.D. 1254; ¶  Alloyne, for A. luain, circa 1530, State Papers, Cart. iii., vol. ii., p. 451; ¶  a. Luain mic Luigdech, "the ford of Luan, son of Lugaid," At. iv. 174; ¶  Á. Luain mic Lughaidh, Tucr. 18.
a. luain (?)
A. loyn in dry. Kinalea ultra, d. Cork, Tax.
á. lucad
the Gairbh-fhearann Lughdach extended from Bearnán na ttri ccarbad in Carn Fearadaigh to A. Lucad, Z. 365, A. 88 a; ¶  v. Á. Lucait.
á. lucait
Lochid Bridge, b. Inchiquin, Clare, Cg. 66; ¶  Z. 365.
á. luachra
ML. 94; ¶  cf. Á. Lucraid.
á. lucraid
on the Féil W. of Glenn na Ceard and of Teamhair Luachra, Lis. 195 a.
á. luga
a church in the d. of Derry; ¶  in Kiennacta, Ct. 405; ¶  Aghanloo, c. Derry; ¶  v. Áth Lunga.
a. luimnigh (?)
Athlumney, in Meath.
a. luingi
in Sliabh Eachtgai, Lbl. 917. á. luirg, Pd. viii. 42; ¶  one of the Dighna of Erin, I. 143 a. 1.
a lunga
nr. Dún cruin in Cianachta glinne gemhin, Bco. 21 b; ¶  v. A. Luga; ¶  a. Lunga Dubduin A. Lunga, mac Feargusa, of the race of Feic mic Imchada, Lec. 330; ¶  Athlonge, now Aghanloo; ¶  al. Athan Lugha, Cv. 78.
a. mac cing
Ce. 48; ¶  al. Á. cinn and Á. mac Cinn, now Headford, in b. Clare, c. Galway in Connacht, between Meadh Seola and Magh Ai, Lg. 214; ¶  v. Á. mic Cinn.
a. macc n-eric
Vadum filiorum Heric, Af. 13 a 1; ¶  nr Boyle, c. Rosc.; ¶  v. Ess macc nEirc.
a. mac lúgnai
Ll. 45 a; ¶  dolluid andes for Beluch Mugna .. sech (Cill Dara), sech Ráith Imgain i Fid nGaible, do Á. Mac Lugnai, sech Druim dá Maige, for Drochet Cairpre, It. i. 106; ¶  on NE. branch of the r. Gabal at Fid nGaible, at Clonsast, NW. of Rathangan, Mm. 487.
á. maere
Á. Maeri, at Maistiu in Leinster, Ll. 195; ¶  Eaman dan Conall mac Aengusa 7 Maer a qua A. Maeire 7 Ath Mara odie 7 adbath Maer 7 Maistiu do cumaigh Chonaill Chlain mic Aenghusa; ¶  Unde Maistiu 7 A. Mara, Sa. 24 a 2; ¶  now Á. Mara; ¶  Maer and Maistiu, died of grief at the loss of Conall, son of Aengus, their brother; ¶  hence Maistiu and A. Maeri, Bb. 179 b, Lbl. 433; ¶  v. Maistiu.
á. maelrubha
Amulrée, in Perthshire, Jo. 10.
Nen. 142, C. 603; ¶  d. Athmaig, in Ireland, Cps. 41.
á. maga
leg. A. Mogha (?), in Connacht, Ai. 45 b.
á. maigne
in Assal, Tl. lii. 78; ¶  in Meath, Tig. Rc. xviii., 177, Ct. 131; ¶  on r. Inny, Mayne p., Fore b., c. Westm., W. of Castlepollard, Crt. 10; ¶  nr. Cenn cláir (now Killclare); ¶  al. Clar Á. Maighe (Clare Athmoynie), and nr. Lis Maighne, Lismoyne, Mageoghegan's house, Fm. iii. 182, Notes; ¶  a "gess" of the K. of Eire, not to leave the track of his army upon Á. Maigne, the Tuesday after Samhain, Lct. 3, 11, Bb. 147 a, Lec. 371; ¶  A. Maigne is mentioned in A. 19 a, Lis. 140 a; ¶  in Iarthar Midhe, Ai. 37 b; ¶  now Lismoyny, tl. in p. Ardnurcher, b. Moycashel, c. Westm., Fm. ii. 1106.
á. malain
Eochaid, son of Enna, who got "indairbri cona fremuibh dona deisib" at the battle of Á. Malainn, Lec. 206.
á. mara
al. Maeri, fr. Maer, son of Aengus mac Umóir, Bb. 197 b; ¶  Lbl. 433, which adds "at Maistiu in Leinster; ¶ " v. Á. Maere; ¶  Modh co hIndsibh Modh, Mara mac Aengusa mic Umhóir, for A. Mara, Sa. 46 a 1.
a. marbhtha cathail
the rout from Bél a. Uachtair to a. M.C., Lc. ii. 368; ¶  Aghawaracahill tl., in p. Kilmore, b. Boyle, c. Rosc.; ¶  S. of Drumsna.
a. medbi
every Ath that Medb defended in the Táin Bó Cualnge got the name of A. Medbi, Ll. 73.
á. medhain
Affane on the Blackwater, 2 m. S. of Cappoquin, c. Waterf., Kj. i. 476, Fm. v. 1602; ¶  Affane in Desies, c. Waterf., Mi.; ¶  Á. Meadhon or Á. Meadhoin.
á. medón
Muintear Dhearáin of Árd nGabhaill beside Á. Meadhoin, Fir, 144, Bb. 47 b; ¶  Cath Átha Medóin, and the battle of Fraechmagh by the Clann Eoghain, Ll. 183.
á. medraide
nr. Clarinbridge, c. Galway; ¶  St. Cuilleand, mother of Colchu and of Failindi of Cell Colgan, at A. Medraide, Lec. 90, Bb. 118 a; ¶  v. Áth Cliath Medraige.
á. meislir
at Sliabh Fuait in Ulst., Lbl. 585; ¶  Cúchulaind slew Meislir there, Lb. 23 a.
á. meithi neuin
Á. Meith in euin (?) at Tamlachtai Orlaim in Ulst., Lbl. 586; ¶  Cuchulainn killed a bird on the shoulder of Ailill, hence the name of A. meithi-neuin, Lb. 23 b.
á. mend
fr. the Caill in the E. at A. Mend, in Cúil Clochair, the chariots used to go to Suide Selga, in Tailltiu, Bb. 225 a.
a. mesp
in Mag Aoi, Hf. 3 b.
á. mic cailigh
Ceindetigh, son of Lorcan, son of Donnchadh mac Briain, slain at A. mic Cailigh, Bb. 102 b; ¶  Da mac ag Lorcan .i. Conchobar 7 Ceindeididh ro marbsad Ceinel Eoghain Concobar ro marbadh ag A. mic Cailidh Ceindeidid, I. 85 a 2.
á. mic cinn
Ui Aodha, toisigh Comhóil Hi Fhlaithbheartaigh, from A. mic Cinn to Loch nOirbsion, Fir. 204; ¶  Headford in Galway (?); ¶  the Hi Maelmuini ó Baili Í Maelmuini 7 ó Á. Mic Cind go Loch an duthaigh sin, in O Flaithbertach's country, Z. 189 a.
a. mic lúgnai
fr. Fid nGaible, he went to A. mic Lugnai, Ll. 114; ¶  sech Ráith Inmguin i Fidh nGaibli do A. Mic Lugna, sech Druim da Maighe, Hc. 2, 748; ¶  nr. Fid nGaible, q.v.; ¶  must be upon the NE. branch of the Gabhal, in King's c., Mm. 487.
á. midbine
im-Maistin in Leinster, Ll. 114, Hc. 2, 748; ¶  on r. Liffey, Hc. 2, 603; ¶  dolluid am-maidm andes for Beluch Mugna Sen-roirind for Á. Midbine im-Mastin sech Druim Criaig frisa ráiter Cell Dara indiu, It. i. 106; ¶  Mm. 487.
á. moadmaill
Dornmar, son of Cerman, settled at Á. modmar Moadmaill, Ll. 194.
á. modhairne
a battle betw. the Cenel Eoghain and the Cenél Conaill at A. Modhairne, A.D. 1210, Ai. 52 a; ¶  in one of those tribelands or betw. them.
á. moga
in Connacht, Ll. 55; ¶  SW. of Á. Aí, Ll. 103, Lbl. 760; ¶  from A. Moga to Sliab Badgnai, Lbl. p. 761; ¶  evidently in Ui Maine, cf. mag Moga; ¶  al. Á. mór. Sas. 3968; ¶  seems in Galw. or Rosc.; ¶  dí bhaidbh Atha Mogha; ¶  Ballymoe on the r. Suck, c. Galw., PRIA vii. 190; ¶  a b. in c. Galw. and c. Rosc., Fm. v. 1398; ¶  Tuath Treasaigh in Conmaicne, fr. A. Mogha to the sea, Ha. 742. Fir. 51; ¶  Tuath Resen in Conmaicne betw. A. Moga and the sea, Bb. 140 b, Lec. 351; ¶  Á. Moga 7 Á. Coltna 7 Á. Slissen 7 A. mBercha, Ll. 103 b 28; ¶  at Bél atha Mogha, Ballymoe on the Suck, c. Galw., nr. Castlereagh, Sas. 346, Rc. xvii. 298, Mi., Ci., Im. 6; ¶  the following extract places it in Mag Aoi—Gur uo dluim dhiaidh 7 deirg teine idir ceithre hAtha Muigh hAoi, .i. A. Mogha et A. Measp, A. Slision 7 A. Coiltion, Hf. 3 b; ¶  Tangador na Goill o Á. Mogha 7 a Fiodh Manach in Connacht, W. of Dún Iomdhain, Hb. 121.
á. moghaidh
Marbtar Mogaeth Milidh oc A. Moghaidh i Cath Dergmuighe in Connacht, Sto. 29 a 2.
á. moighe
Killamoy, c. Sli., Lc. i. 396, Ci.
a. mónad
do chuaidh Dornmhár uaidhibh co hÁth Monadh, Sa. 20 a 2.
á. mór
in Sliabh Eachtga, Ll. 917; ¶  in Echtga, Eichtge, Ll. 170, 199.
á. mór
al. Á. moga, Sas. 3968, Á. moga, q.v., is Ballymoe.
á. mór
.i. Á. Luain Ll. 103, 158, Bb. 205 b, Mm. 40, Sa. 40 a 2. á. mór; ¶  ó Airgiallaib átha móir, Lct. 37 Bb. 148 a.
á. mór
im-Maig Murthemni; ¶  "Ni ba Á. Mór a ainm ondiu co bráth, ar Atherne, acht Á. nGuill." Conid de ata Á. nGuill fri Dún [n]Delga aníar, Ll. 111 b, Rc. xiv. 428.
á. mótha
PRIA vii. 190; ¶  now Ballymoe on r. Suck, nr. Castleragh, v. Á. Moga.
á. mothormuinich
in Eichtge, Ll. 199; ¶  Á. Mothair Muinig, Lbl. 917. á. muiceadha; ¶  maidm Átha M., Fia. 130.
á. muilinn girr
Admulingar, Sw. p. 49, an. 1207; ¶  Mullingar.
a. muilt
al. A. Fhirdiadh, Hf. 47 a; ¶  at the town of Ardee.
a. na habha
Athnebawa, al. áth na hows in dry. Corknuwyn, d. Cork, Tax.
á. na hairgni
in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917. á. na-haithe (the ford of the kiln); ¶  Annahaid in b. Cremorne, c. Mon., also a place in c. Armagh.
á. na beithige
nr. Sliabh an Iarainn, in Connacht, Con. 15 b; ¶  in c. Leitrim, Ci.; ¶  they went to Alt na hEilte and to Doirín Cranncha, betw. A. na B. and Bél an Bhelaigh on Sliab in Iarainn, Lc. i. 410; ¶  O Conor Sligo defeated at A. na B., to E. of Lioss Ballgaile, by McDermot, Fm. ii. 374.
á. na bóirne
in Cavan, Au. iii. 308; ¶  Mairsil O'Farrell, wife of O'Reilly, drowned there.
á. na bóraimhe
Lughaidh Menn defeated the Conacians in 7 battles and took fr. them the country extending fr. Beirn tri gcarbad at Carn Fhearadaigh to Luchad, i.e., Bealach-an-Luchaide, and fr. Á. na Bóraimhe to Léim an Chon, K. 159 b; ¶  Thomond extended fr. Léim Chonchulluinn to Á. na Bóirmhe, fr. Bioradh to Cnoc Aine Cliach, and fr. Eoganacht Chaisil to the North of Boirenn, Tor. 1; ¶  Á na Bóirbhe, at Cenn Cora, nr. Killaloe, O'Br.; ¶  v. Cenn Coradh; ¶  Á. na Borumha, al. Á. na Boróimhe, the ford of Killaloe, on the Shannon, where the bridge is now, Ods. 577; ¶  different from Béal Á. Borumha, q.v.; ¶  ó A. na Boraime go Léim Conculainn fod Tuaghmuman, Ha. 728; ¶  now Ballina, on E. of the Shannon at Killaloe, Ro.
á. na mbriosgadh
the ford of the biscuits, battle there in 1594; ¶  in Ferm., W. of Lough Erne, Ar. 72.
á. na cairech
at L. Riach, Ll. 202, Sa. 78 b 2.
á. na gcairach
Bel Átha na gc., on r. Dubhabhann, in Delvin Mac Coghlan; ¶  Bél Á. na gcaorach for Dubhabhainn; ¶  the Dubabha, now Blackwater, is boundary betw. pp. of Tisaran and Clonmacnoise, Fm. v. 1508.
á. na caisberna
clearly nr. Ardee, c. Louth, Au. ii. 132; ¶  Cath A. na Caisberna, by Muirceartach Mac Néill against Ruaidhri O Conchobhair, King of Connacht, Lec. 146, Bb. 49 a; ¶  battle at A. na Caisbhearnáin against Rory O'Connor by Murtogh mac Neill Mic Lochloinn, Ai. 38 a; ¶  Is é Muircheartach Mac Neill tug Cath átha na Caisbhertaidh for Ruaidhri Ua Conchobhair, ri Connacht, Hc. 202, col. 2.
á. na gcarbad
Adnagarbad chapel in d. Lismore, Bliss' Papal Regesta, An. 1260, p. 370; ¶  Anegarbid in d. Lismore, Tax.; ¶  E. of Gort an Óir in Magh Feimhion, K. 144 b. á. na carpat budhtuaid; ¶  al. Á. nGuill; ¶  S. of Fochaird Muirthemne, and N. of Echlasc ech Conculainn and of Dundalk, Lism. 216, Sas. 2317.
á. na gcarr
for Bru Life i gCrich Cualann, Sb. 7 b 2.
á. na gcárr
nr. Ballinagar, the O'Conor Don's place; ¶  also Aghnacar in b. Omagh, c. Tyrone; ¶  v. Bél Átha na gCárr.
á. na cell
Silán mac Tarbin at A. na C. for bru Aba móri, Ll. 353, Lb. 21 (which has Abai móire); ¶  Silán, one of the seven sons of Cairbre at A. na C. for bru Aba móre, Bb. 123 b; ¶  Sinill of A. na C. for brú Aba móre, Lec. iii., Fir. 752; ¶  Aba, Abai, Móire, Móre, Móri is gen. fem. of Ab Mór (the Blackwater in Mun.); ¶  in the W. of Tuath O Fiannadhuigh in the Triacha of Caoille, Mun., Lis. 183 b.
a. na cellan
Sinell Cellan of Á. na Ceallan, Lec. 111; ¶  leg. A na cell (?), q.v.
á. na gcennaigheadh
Belanaganny, al. Millbrook, in tl. Tubrid, b. Demifore, Meath, S. of Oldcastle, Fm. iv. 1120.
á. na circe
Béal Á. na Circe on boundary of Dún Tri Liag, Hb. 14 a.
a. na cise
Annakisha, nr. Mallow, c. Cork.
á. na gclár
Aughnaglaur, in p. Killann, c. Wexf.
á. na gcloch ndubh
where Mount Melleray bridge stands, pron. Ách na gc. ndubh.
á. na gclog
Annaglug, on r. Ahaphuca, betw. Glenroe and Ballylanders in Limk.
á. na coite
Annacotty, nr. Limk., on r. Mulkear.
á. na croise
in Corann, c. Sligo, Au. i. 552; ¶  Fm. ii. 807, Ci., Mi.
á. na cuirre
on the Geirctheach, or Yellow r., which rises in Sliabh an Iarainn, and passes through Ballinamore, Fm. iii. 310; ¶  on the Geirgtheach in Loch Fionnmhuighe in Breffney, Ai. 55 a; ¶  a. na Cuirri ar an Geirgthigh a Loch Fionnmhoigh in Breifne O Raghallaigh, Hf. 122; ¶  in Magh Réin, W. of Tempull Fidnachna, Con. 11 a, where the dat. Geirctig shows it is fem.; ¶  nr. Fenagh, c. Leitr., Ci.
á. na cuirre
in the Buitlérachaibh; ¶  fr. Á. na Cuirre to Magh nAilbhe, Ai. 70 b. á. na dairbrige (in Meath or Lein.); ¶  Synod of, Adr. 407; ¶  in Meath, Au. ii. 140; ¶  Dervor, in p. Castlekieran, b. Up. Kells, Meath, on the Cavan boundary, Fm. ii. 1140; ¶  or Darver, al. Dervor, p. 31/2 m. NW. of Castle-Bellingham, c. Louth, v. Pgi. ii. p. 5.
á. na ndam
in Damdorus in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. na darach caime
Iarla Ur-Muman do techt a crích Ele 7 Ur-Muman 7 Baile an Garrgha do losgadh leis 7 ag iompodh tar a n-ais doibh clann Uí Cerbuill do breith orra ag Á. na Darach Caime ... 7 do len fortormuch anma don áth sin, i., Áth na Fadbeun (fr. Falcon, a gun), Au. iii. 588; ¶  not identified, but on the Ballyfinboy, prob. in Modreeny p., c. Tip. (MacCarthy); ¶  but v. Áth na Fadhbcun.
á. na ndéiseach
Athneasy p. in b. Coshlea, Limk., Fm. v. 1718; ¶  v. Bel Á. na Déise; ¶  Athnedessche in dry. Kilmallack, d. Limk., Tax. á. nadsluaig; ¶  Á. nAdsluaig (?), Ballinasloe, Lm. 165.
á. na ndumed
al. Á. inna nDunlatho i mBrefni, Tbr. 225, Lbl. 646. á. na ndunlaith; ¶  i mBreifni, Sto. 27 b 2.
á. na n-ech
Cg. 98.
á. na heigmi
in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. na heilite
Annahilt, in c. Down; ¶  Á. na hIlide, Neilson's Grammar.
á. na fadbcun
al. Á. na darach caime; ¶  Iarla Urmuman do thecht a Crích Ele 7 Urmuman 7 Baile an gárrgha do losgad lais, ocus ag impodh tar a n-ais dóibh, Clann Ui Cerbuill do bhreith orra 7 a nguanadha do bein dib, ocus do len for tormuch anma don áth sin .i. Á na fadbcun (ford of the falcons, .i. pieces of ordnance), Au. iii. 588; ¶  robenadh ordanas d'á ngoirthi fabhcúin dibh conid de len Bel A. na Fabhcún don áth, Fm. v. 1408; ¶  Baile an gárrgha is Ballingarry in b. Lower Ormond, c. Tipp., 5 m. SW. of it is Mount Falcon, about 1/2 m. from the Ballyfinvoy r. on which the ford was; ¶  Dr. M'Carthy equates with Mount Falcon, but omits Á. na darach caime in the Index.
á. na failme
Conchubhar, son of Tighearnan O'Ruairc, King of Brefney, slain at Á. na Failme, Con. 16 b; ¶  seems in Connacht; ¶  Á. na Failme, Fm. iii. 362; ¶  from context, in Breifne Ui Ruairc or Leitr.
á. na faithche
at Fenagh, c. Leit., Fm. iii. 342, Ci., Mi.; ¶  nr. Cell mór na Sinna or Fidnacha, Lc. i. 398; ¶  hi Fidnacha, Con. 14 a.
á. na feili
on stream runing fr. Tipra Sengarmna in Luachair, Mun., Bb. 202 a.
á. na forari
in Ulst. betw. Sliab Fuait and Port nóth Conculaind, Ll. 263 b; ¶  on or at Sliab Fuait, Ll. 65; ¶  A. na Foraire ar Sliabh Fuaid, Hf. 16 a; ¶  seems nr. Sliab Fuait and Newtown Hamilton in c. Arm., cf. ML. 60.
á. na foraire
betw. Abha mhór and Loch Gair, Lis. 196 a; ¶  in Mun., or the same as the previous A. na F. (?).
á. na ngall
in Tír Aedha; ¶  Tír Aedha ravaged from A. na nGall to A. Senaigh, Con. 52 b; ¶  romillset Tír Aoda uile othá A. na nGall co Á. Seanaigh, Fm. iv. 838; ¶  seems in N. or NE. of b. Tirhugh, as Ballyshannon is the S. border; ¶  on r. Esk nr. t. of Donegal, O'D. ibid.
á. na ngarbhán
Bel Átha na ngarbhán, Fm. v. 1274 (from context); ¶  in Ui Maine or nr. it, as O'Kelly was defeated by Burke there.
á. na imana
in Mag Slecht in Brefny; ¶  coronortsat na tri Ruadhchoin do Feine oc A. na imana ic Maigin in Magh Slecht na Breifne, I. 159 b 1.
á. na n-irlann
al. A. in tsluaigh to the W. of the W. of S. Meath, Lis. 171 b.
á. na leamhnachta
ford (with bridge now) in t. Ballynabooley, p. Kilscanlan, b. Bantry, c. Wexf., Ods. 578.
á. na licce
Á. na licci, Á. na leice; ¶  in Echtga, Ll. 170, 199; ¶  in Sliab Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. na lúb
al. Beul Á. na lúb; ¶  in b. Carra, c. Mayo, now Newbrook, seat of Lord Clanmorris, Fy. 158, 198; ¶  O Ruadhain had the land fr. Á. na lúb to Cell na nGarg, Fir. 279.
á. na mallachtan
one of the limits of Partraighe, c. Mayo; ¶  old natives of P. believe it to be on a stream flowing from Formnamore to L. Mask, Fy. 152–3; ¶  Partraidhi extends from A. na Mallachtan to Glaise Guirt na Lainde, Lec. 167.
á. na marclach
Bel Átha na Marclach, al. Ballinamallard, in b. Tirkennedy, c. Ferm., Fm. iv. 1256, Au. iii. 446; ¶  nr. borders of Tyrone.
á. na meirgge
in Eichtge, Ll. 199.
á. na mianna
in Magh Slecht, in Breifne, Ll. 211; ¶  A. na Miana, in Brefne, Bb. 217 a.
á. na molt
Annamult, 3 m. NW. of Thomastown, C. Kilk.
á. na mórrígna
betw. A. Carpait Fergusa and Caerthand Cluana dá Dam, Lu. 104 b; ¶  S. of A. C. Fergusa, Lu. 105 b.
á. na muice
al. Achadh na muice in Ui Duach, c. Kilk.
á. na n-óc
al. Á. Colptha, in Mun., Lis. 178 b; ¶  at Sliab Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. na n-ona
E. of Bruiden Da chocæ, or Cell Lasra, Bdc. 388.
a. na hordóige
nr. A. lunga, and Dún Cruinn in Cianachta glinne gemhin, Bco. 22 a.
á. na n-os
in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. na pailise
Bél Átha na P., at Pallisford, Fm. iv. 1022; ¶  on the r. Inny, which is the N. boundary of Pallasbeg and Pallasmore, in p. Forgney, c. Longf., ibid.
á. na pucan
ar Finn, Au. iii. 538; ¶  on r. Finn, nr. Castlefinn, c. Don. a. na raiti idir da rót; ¶  in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. na riach
in Meath (from context), Fm. ii. 1172.
á. na ríg
Ath na ríogh, in c. Galw.; ¶  Athenry, ford where Aidne, Ui Maine, and Ui Briúin Seola meet, Fm. iii. 336, v. 1280, Cl. 12, Wc. 85; ¶  .i. Vadum Regum, Of. 16; ¶  Á. na Ríogh Im. 6; ¶  mentioned in Con. 13 a, Ci.; ¶  maidm átha na Rígh, Au. ii. 310; ¶  Adneri, Sw. an. 1244; ¶  Athnery, Achnerwi, Tr. an. 1289, pp. 144–5; ¶  Anr. Gr. 72.
a. na scál
Anascaul, vil. on r. Owenscaul, b. Corkaguiny, c. Kerry.
a. na sgairbhe
Á. na Sgairbhe to Sgiamh Fhorbuir, Tor. 130; ¶  seems in Thomond; ¶  Á. na Sgairbhe, in Thomond, Ai. 71 b; ¶  at Scarriff (?).
á. na sluaigheadh
A. na sluaiccheadh, Bél atha na S., Fm. v. 1814, Ballinasloe; ¶  recte A. Nadhsluaigh, Im. 165.
a. na sornn
Aghnasurn, on N. of L. Key, Rosc.
a. na suaidhe
caisleán Átha na Suaidhe do denamh la Clannmaicne Eoghain Ui Cheallaigh, A.D. 1406, Hb. 137.
a. na huamha
in Demond, Ai. 53 a.
á. na huidhre
on stream which divides pp. of Kilmeen and Dunmanway, Gc. 54.
a. neimhidh
in Oilén mór an Bharraigh, K. 123 a, in Great Island, where Queenstown is; ¶  prob. ford at Belvelly Bridge by which the Island could be attacked, a castle is there to guard the ford; ¶  is Belvelly = Bél Átha Neimhid?
á. neirt na nóg
S. of Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
a. nemthenn
for Siúir, where Fiacha Mullethan was born, Ll. 290 b a, Rc. xiii. 452; ¶  Soithi as na diaid dar Siuir .i. i n-A. Nemthenn dar Ord, dar Inmain dar Fan hua Faelain, immullach Shide ar Femen, Rc. xiv. 245; ¶  v. Lbl. 952.
a. nid (n-Ide?)
Athnyde al. Athnyd in dry. Adare, d. Limk., Tax. á. nidma mic eidneacuil; ¶  in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. nírmidi
in Ulst., Ll. 94; ¶  v. a. n-Irrmidi.
á. niu
ds; ¶  the 3 sons of Irc—Coel, Lughach, and Losc, fr. whom is Lethet Luisc, in the N. Desi; ¶  fr. Athniu they went, Oengus mac Nadfraich gave them territory (Gen. Ciarraige Cuirche), Ll. 327.
á. nó
(not Áth n-Ó?); ¶  at Cnamchoill, Lbl. 996; ¶  Bruden Átha Nóa, betw. Belach nGabrain and Cnamchaill, Rc. xiv. 242; ¶  Á. n-Oo, Bb. 263 a; ¶  A. Nó, A. Nóa, .i. A. n-Oa, as Ath is often neuter; ¶  v. A. Óa in Bel Atha Óa; ¶  at Bonnet's Bridge on the Nore (?).
á. nó
A. n-ó(?), the Ulaid will take Cuiced Cairpri Niadh fr. A. Nó to A. Cliath, Lbl. 340; ¶  this is prob. at Bél Átha hÓa, now Bellahoe, in b. Farney, c. Mon.; ¶  v. Áth Óa.
á. nuidir
Á. n-uidir (?) in Eichtge, Ll. 199.
á. óa
go hOirgialla hi fFernmhaig, airm attá Bél Átha hOa, Fm. v. 1452; ¶  in Oirgialluib, .i. a bFerna (phonetic spelling), .i. a mBeol Atha hOa, Lc. ii. 318; ¶  the ford nr. the old bridge of Belahoe, now Ballyhoe; ¶  the Ballyhoe lake is partly in Meath and partly in c. Mon., and on the E. of it the road passes over the r. Lagan fr. Cross Guns in Meath to Carrickmacross in c. Mon.
á. ochair
Laeg of Ath Ochur in Ulst., Ll. 94.
a. ochlach
gs.; ¶  Ath fhotla, Ath foithle, Pc. 10; ¶  Atholl, Cps. 433, in Scotl.
Earl of Athodhla, in Scotl.; ¶  Sc. 28 b 1, Fir. 423; ¶  i. Atholl.
a. oircc
No comadh hí Gabal Gairechtach, ingen Guill ben Oirc Mic Ingis, ri Atha Cliath robaiti isin abhaind sin (Gabal) i ar marbadh a fir la hOilioll mac Aedha Róin in Á. Oirc. Unde Fidh nGaible 7 Gabal 7 Ath Oircc, Sa. 11 a 2; ¶  .i. cath itir Lagniu invicem oc Áth Orc, Au 1, 23 b; ¶  in Lein.; ¶  v. á. Orc.
á. oirne
al. Áth Omna, Fm. i. 350; ¶  v. Ath Omna.
á. olair
in Mun., Lis. 177 b.
a. olor
al. Á. Luain, Ll. 158; ¶  Athlone.
a. omna
"for Búill," on r. Boyle, Sa. 84 b. 1; ¶  Senán A. Omna; ¶  Feast on II. Kal. Sept., Ll. 362; ¶  Mors Abel Átho Omnae, A.D. 754, Au. i. 218, Hb. 78; ¶  Church of St. Senan in Connacht, C. 341, 541; ¶  O'D. suggests Portumna on the Shannon, Ac. 119; ¶  but perperam.
á. omna
nr. Sliab Fuait in Ulst.; ¶  ar bord Slébe Fuait; ¶  Sid Fraich nr. it; ¶  later called Áth Fráich, Rd. Rc. vi. 137.
á. omna
Fg. 166, Mt. 33, Md. 230, Au. i. 218; ¶  Seosén of A. O., Md. 230.
a. orc
Pd. viii. 42; ¶  in Fidh nGabli, .i. on the r. Gabul, Ll. 159; ¶  on r. Gabal in Fid nGaible, Lbl. 414, I. 148 a 2; ¶  scene of battle among the Leinstermen, 769, Au. i. 236; ¶  one of the Dindgna of Eire, I. 143 a 1; ¶  v. Á. Oircc.
a. ótla
D. fo. 40; ¶  Atholl, in Scotl.
á. ragat
Bel Átha Raghat, Ballyragget, c. Kilk., Fm. vi. 2166; ¶  on left bank of the Nore, in b. Fassadinin and nr. border of Queen's c. a. ran; ¶  Sk. 136; ¶  Athrie, or Athran, nr. Stirling, Ss. i. 341, 136, Jo. 8.
a. resc
Cruimthir Glundonn and Mac Onchon in A. Resc., Lb. 22.
a. ria
Au. iii. 630, recte Áth Fhirdiadh, Ardee.
á. riagh
Aruin epscob Cluana Caoin (cúig mile ó Athriagh clog mirbaile), Md. 354; ¶  .i. Á. Ria, .i. A. Fhirdiadh (?); ¶  v. Cluain cáin.
a. rianailidh (?)
Cath A. rianail ... for Lughaidh Mac Laeghaire, Z. 468, col. 3.
a. roinnigh
Ballyroan, Queen's c.; ¶  Athronny, 4 m. S. of Maryborough, Ac. 222.
a. rois
cath Átha Rois, Au. i. 268; ¶  imairecc átha Rois ria n-Uib Ailella, for Luigniu, Fm. i. 392; ¶  must be in Tirerril or Leyney in c. Sli.; ¶  prob. nr. Priory of Agharois in c. Sli., Pgi. iii. 265.
á. rois
perhaps Ford of Ros na Ríg; ¶  or Á. Rois in c. Sli.
a. rois murchon
in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. ruba
in Echtga, in Eichtge, Ll. 170, 199; ¶  in Sliab Eachtga, Lbl. 917.
á. ruis na ríg
fri hÁrd Findabrach anall, Dih. 328; ¶  Rosnaree on the Boyne.
á. saile
Assaly, in b. Forth, c. Wexf. á. salach, nr. Sierkieran, on the way from it to Clonmacnois, Sil. 14, Bc. 31.
á. scenmenn
on the Delvin r., Teh. 260; ¶  nr. Gormanstown; ¶  Cuchullann slew a hundred on every Ath, fr. Á. Scenmend for Ollbini to the Boinn mBreg, Lu. 127 a, Zcp. iii. 260; ¶  A. scene Mend for Ollbine, Teh. 237; ¶  Sceine mend for Ollbine, Fer. 208; ¶  clearly a ford, on the r. Delvin nr. Gormanston Castle, on borders of Dub. and Meath. á. sceittin (recte Eas Gibhtinne), Lc. ii. 432; ¶  Askeaton, in c. Limk.
á. segi
uadum Segi, A. f. 11 a 1; ¶  a ch. founded here by St. Patrick on his way from Tara to Cruachan Aigli; ¶  seems fr. context to be nr. Á. Carnói on the Boyne; ¶  v. Á. Sige.
a. seisidh
now Beal atha na siodh, Bealanashee, in p. Roheen, N. of Ballinrobe, Fy. 198.
á. senaigh
Senach's ford at Ballyshannon, (locally Ballyshanny), c. Don.; ¶  at Baile Átha Senaigh, Fen. 150, 325; ¶  Fm. iii. 320; ¶  at Eass Ruaidh, Cg. 134; ¶  caislén Á. Senaigh, Au. iii. 92, 138, 350, 398, 406; ¶  Á. Senaigh, Ci., Ce. 50, St. B. 595; ¶  Áthshani, Gr. 32; ¶  Athseny, Mis. i. 253.
a. senaigh
Cath Átha S., .i. Cath Ucbadh, betw. the Ui Neill and the Leinstermen, Rc. xvii. 240; ¶  Á. Senaich, cath atha S. al. cath Uchbadh; ¶  King of Tara beats K. of Laigin; ¶  Ballyshannon, in b. W. Offaly, Kildare, Au. i. 194; ¶  Á. Senaith, the battle of Uachbadh was fought there betw. the Leinstermen and Aedh Ollan, Lg. 197; ¶  Cath Á. Seanaigh, .i. Cath Uchbhad inter Nepotes Neill at Laigenses, A.D. 738, 14 Kal. Martii, Hb. 76; ¶  the battle of Á. Seanaigh, i.e., the battle of Uchbadh, betw. Aodh Ollán, King of Ireland, and Aodh mac Colgain, King of Lein., K. 164 b; ¶  battle of Áthseany, Ac. 116; ¶  Á. Senaigh; ¶  al. Baile Á. Seanaigh, Ballyshannon, W. of Kilcullen bridge, c. Kildare, al. Ucha, Mi.; ¶  Á. Seanaidh, Os. v. 298.
á. senbha
the Maidhm Átha Senbha le hAodh O Broin, Bran, 93 a; ¶  in or nr. country of O'Byrne.
á. siadha midhi
places occupied by the Firbolgs were Á. Siadha Midhi, Aenach Tailltean, Treabh Cearmna, Tleachtdha, na Tri Fínd Eamna Brigh Damh, Bb. 16 b; ¶  v. Áth sighe, Á. Side.
a. sidi
al. á sigi; ¶  cath Átha sidi, Zcp. iii. 464; ¶  in Meath, Lec. 459, Bb. 208 a; ¶  I. 160 a 2; ¶  in Lein., Lg. 183; ¶  a ford on the Boyne, in p. of Assey, b. Deece, c. Meath, Os. 284.
á. sige
Assey, nr. Tara, on r. Boyne, Fm. ii. 718; ¶  al. Á. Cirb on the Boinn, Lbl. 319; ¶  Cath Detna, where fell Ardgal mac Conaill and Cath Átha Sige sonaim fought by the Clann Eoghain, Ll. 182; ¶  Á. Sige sonaim fought by the Clann Eoghain, Ll. 182; ¶  Á. Sige, Slige Bridam, bá sé lath conatchetar, Ll. 152; ¶  cath Átha Sighi by the Ui Neill against the Leinstermen, Bb. 48 a; ¶  Cath Atha Sige for Laigniu, Hx. 199, col. 3; ¶  Cath Chinn Eich 7 C. Átha Sige for Laighnibh, Hb. 59; ¶  Muirchertach Mac Erca defeated Lein. at Á. Sighe, Au. i. 42; ¶  Ch. 41, 231; ¶  Assey, c. Meath, Cri. Mi.; ¶  in b. Deece, Rectory of Athsie, d. Meath, Sp. an. 1606, p. 58; ¶  Fuadach Sgrine Padruig ó A. Firdiadh go hA. Sighi. A.D. 986, Hb. 81.
á. sigir
the abode of a T. de Danann, named Sefnach, ML. 90.
á. siláin
Condmac Átha Siláin, Mt. 29 = Condmach Á. Blair, Fg. 132.
á. sisel
nr. the battlefield of Samain (Cath Samna), Sas. 1189.
á. slabacc
cath Átha S. in Mun., Ll. 43; ¶  Cellach mac Cindfaelad of Ráith Dirmaige gained Cath Átha Slabaig over the Munstermen and the Hui Cendselaigh, Ll. 315, Lec. 203, Bb. 76 b; ¶  Cellach of Raith Tír Maighe defeated the Munstermen and the Hui Cendselaigh in Cath Átha Slabaigh, Ll. 387, I. 57 a 2, Z. 469; ¶  Ceallach ro boi ir-Ráith Dermaighe, is reimi ro meabaidh cath Á. Slaba for Mumain 7 for Uib Cennsilaidh, Ro.
á. sligi
Cath Átha Sligi, by Muircheartach Mac Earca, against the Leinstermen, Lec. 138; ¶  same as Á. Slige, q.v.
á. slisen
Ll. 103 b; ¶  in Magh Aoi, Hf. 3 b; ¶  O'Conor Roe owned border of Mag Aoi, E. of Áth Slisen, Ar. 120, Au. ii. 368; ¶  Treas Átha Slisean, Lec. 155, Fir. 235; ¶  in Connacht, Con. 23 a; ¶  Á. Slissen in Connacht, SW. of Á. Coltna, which is SW. of Ath Moga, Ll. 55, 103 b; ¶  ó Á.S., co Badgna, Ar. 160; ¶  Bél Atha Slisen, Belaslishen Bridge, now Ballaslishen, 1 m. S. of Elphin, c. Rosc., on the r. Uair or Owenure, Fm. iii. 492; ¶  Tp., Ci., Ac. 294; ¶  Coinne do dhenamh d'Uillic a Búrc et do Chonnachtaibh ré mac Cathoil in Á. Slisen, A.D. 1309, Hb. 125.
á. slislen
Lec. 155; ¶  leg. A. Slisen.
á. solais
on the r. Saivenos or Saebhnos, N. of Skibbereen, in Corca Laigdhe, Gc. 88, 89.
a. solais
Cath Á. Solais, Gc. 158; ¶  seems in Ulst.; ¶  the O'Neills were one of the fighting armies. a. solais (in Thomond, or c. Clare); ¶  the land fr. Luimneach to Áth Solais in Thomond (?) to be given to Thomas de Clare, Ai. 58 b, Tor. 5.
á. solais
Assolais, on r. Aubeg, 3 m. E. of Kanturk in Cork; ¶  a ford of same name, where the road fr. Bunlahy in c. Longf. to Scrabby crosses a little creek of L. Gowna; ¶  Athsollis bridge, 4 m. SE. of Macroom; ¶  Aughsullish, in p. Doon, c. Tipp.
a. sólomshét (!)
Ll. 73 a; ¶  in Ulst (?); ¶  v. Á. Talasád and Á. Tolamset.
á. srethe
nr. Áth Leathan in Críoch Conailli Muirthemne, Ll. 68.
á. thairsi
nr. Sgairbh-sholais and Letterkenny, c. Don., Fm. v. 1617; ¶  ford on r. Swilly, Mi.
a. taiten
Lu. 63.
a. tala séd
Conadh é atá A. Tala Séd 7 A. Umha Sruth in Murtheimhne, Hf. 28 b, 29 a.
á. talmaidi
Cath Átha Talmaidi by Dathi defending or contesting Erin after Niall mac Eachach, Lec. 162, Fg. 18, Fir. 249.
a. talmaig
cath átha talmaig, Zcp. iii. 463; ¶  battle of A. Talmaigi fought in the reign of King Dathi, Lbl. 911; ¶  v. Á. Talmaidi.
á. tamain
in Ulst., Lu. 82, Ll. 79; ¶  in Murthemne, Lu. 60 (?), Lb. 34 b, Hf. 38 a.
á. tarteisc
in Muirthemne, Lbl. 603, Lb. 32 a.
a. temrach
on the W. boundary of Dal Cais, Lec. 409; ¶  at Firt Sgéith in the W. of Dal Cais, Ha. 749.
á. thí
Athy, cath Átha Thí, betw. Lein. and Mun.; ¶  Ti was Earcu, son of Dimail, Fir. 557; ¶  Athy, Adthy, dry. in d. Dub., Cr. 146.
á. tíd
Baile Átha Thíd, Malahide, N. of Dub., Au. ii. 552, Fm. iv. 662, Con. 41 b, Mi., Ci.
á. tighi in mesaigh
at Fidh Gabhlaigh in Connacht, Con. 2 a; ¶  p. of Attymas, b. Gallen, c. Mayo, Fm. iii. 224, Lc. ii. 278; ¶  seems nr. Cúil Cernadha.
á. tíre oiléin
Tír Oiléin, Terryland, tl. nr. t. of Galway, bounded on the W. by the r. Gaillimh, Fm. v. 1582.
á. tolamset
N. of Dún Dealgan, Lbl. 599; ¶  in Ulst., Lb. 30 a; ¶  nr. Sliab Cuilen, Lu. 70; ¶  v. Á. Solamset, Á. Tala séd.
á. toncha
Boroma, Ll. 295 a, Rc. xiii. 38; ¶  nr. Raith Immil; ¶  in Roiriu; ¶  in Raith Roirend Fithir and Darfhini were buried, and in A. Toncha they were washed, Ll. 200.
á. toradcle
Cg. 98; ¶  in Dál cCais (?).
á. traiged
at extremity of Tír mór in Muirthemne, in Ulst., Ll. 75; ¶  in Tír mór Tartaise in Muirthemne, Lbl. 604, Lb. 32 b; ¶  Conadh de atá an tainm sin for san áth ó shin, .i. A. Traighidh in Murtheimhne a cCinn Tíre Móir, Hf. 31 b.
á. trí liach
Hui Senchainigh (of the Clann Mathgamna) quorum lapides sunt in Á.-trí-liach, X. 142.
á. trindíad
N. of Leiter Mhulach and NE. of Uachtar Glinne, X. 369 a.
a. tromáin
Trammond Ford on estuary of the Cree in Galloway, Max.
a. truimm
now Trim in Meath; ¶  Vadum Truimm in hostio Arcis Feidilmedo filii Loiguiri, in finibus Loiguiri Breg, A. fo. 16 a 2, 16 b 2; ¶  the arus or dún of Feidilmid, son of Loiguire was there, Tl. 66; ¶  i n-Ath Truim i Loegaire, F. 52, 155, Fir. 706, Fep., Md. 272, Fg. 194, Md. 50; ¶  in Fir. Breg, Au. ii. 120; ¶  S. Lommán's place, Ll. 363, 372, B. vii. 523, Md. 272, C. 360, Ct. 75, 110, 129, 270, 633; ¶  mentioned in Md. 190, 266, Au. i. 206, 353, ii. 664, iii. 214, 480, Ll. 104 a, Tr. 354, F. 156, St. B. 590, B. lii. 222, Fg. 38, Mt. 16, 36; ¶  Dealbh Muire Átha Truim, Au. iii. 62; ¶  mainistir na mBrathár an-Á. Truim, Au. iii. 160; ¶  Foirtchern, Baethallach, Corbmac, Lommán, Ossán of A. Truim; ¶  Raith Ossáin on W. of A. Truim, Md. 530; ¶  gs. Átho Truim, Au. i. 452, 258; ¶  St. Patrick built a monastery there twenty-five years before he founded Armagh; ¶  he placed his nephew, St. Lommán over it, Tl. 66.
a. truistean
al. Áth-I, Athy at the Barrow, K. 146 a; ¶  he seems to equate it with Athy; ¶  on r. Greece nr. Mullaghmast, c. Kild., Fm. ii. 634, Au. i. 458–9; ¶  in Lein., Sa. 18 a 2; ¶  fr. Á. Truisten to the Áth at Cell Corbnatan in Lein. belongs to Hua mBairrci, Ll. 314, Bb. 74 a, I. 58 a, 1. Fir. 466; ¶  Hi Laigine in Caisi and the Hi Duibh-Chilline at Cell Auxilli own the district fr. A. Truisten to the Ath in Cell Corbnadan, Lec, 198; ¶  at A. T. the Munstermen fought their first battle against Eocho, Fir. 559, Lec. 213, Leg. 211; ¶  Domarbadh Triustiu for a Ath, Sa 18 a 2.
á. tuirtre
O Néill attacked the Castle of Á. Tuirtre, and slew all the Galls he found there, Ai. 52 b.
á. tuisil
al. Á Eiseal, al. Á. Leathan on the Siuir, Bb. 38 a; ¶  Athassel, Áth Tuisil in Magh minadhbhul, Lis. 209 a; ¶  v. Áth Isel.
á. úachtair
Bél Áth Uachtair at Balloughter in p. Shankill, c. Rosc., and in c. Wexf., Mi.
á. ua lilaig
Tl. 184; ¶  a ford betw. Fir Roiss and Fir Cule, named from Húi Lilaig, a subdivision of Fir Roiss.
á. ubla
al. Á. in Mhartra, a Baile of the Hi Ingarduil in Caoille, Mun., Lis. 182 b; ¶  now Ballyhooley, nr. Conbaidh on the Blackwater, Jos. O'Longan, on the two Fermoys, .i. the 2 Triacha an Caoille.
á. n-uidhir
in Sliabh Eachtga, Lbl. 917; ¶  v. Á. Nuidir.
a. ui fiach
Imairec Áth Ui Fiach ar Laigen sit (sic), A.D. 748, Hb. 78; ¶  in Lein., or Laigensuide, al. Suide Laigen (?).
a. n-uinche
Á. n-Unche, in W. Mun., Ll. 193; ¶  Amsoadh a ndiaidh Uinche .i. Fínn 7 Oisín 7 Cailti; ¶  do thuit Uinche leo .i. Moirsheisear la gach fear, 7 Uinche la hOisín, conidh de asberar A. nUinche; ¶  in voce Fornocht, Sa. 21 a 1, 21 b 1; ¶  at Fornocht, or Druim nDaen; ¶  Uinchi went with Find from the battle of A. Chind mara to Druim nDaen, and was slain at A. Uinchi for burning Dún Droma daen, Lbl. 428; ¶  after the plundering Druim daén by Uinche, Finn and the Feini pursued her to A. Uinchi and slew her, Ro.
á. uisiol
now Á. Aisiol, on the Suir, K. 147 a; ¶  Athassel.
á. ulla
Athulla in dry. Fermoy, d. Cloyne, Tax.; ¶  al. Athull, Athoil, in d. Cloyne, Tax.
a. unmha sruth
in Murtheimhne, Hb. 29 a.
atrium dei
al. Áth Fhir-diadh! q.v.; ¶  Ardee, p. and b. on SW. side of c. Louth, Cv. 14.
att an chaorainn
Attachoirrin in Islay, Max.; ¶  al Ait an Ch. attic; ¶  or Attaici, Attica, Ll. 135–6.
v. Abh.
gs.; ¶  Colman hAuach, Ll. 366; ¶  leg. Uamach (?); ¶  i.e., Colmán of Cluain Uamha.
in Cuaílgne; ¶  Teid Auala do fhromhadh na Glaisi (Glasi Chruinn) rie ccach, cuireas for ccúla ose cona lig chloiche for a tharr Ro togbhadh as an abhainn he 7 ro togbadh a lia, conadh de ata hAuala a Ccrich Cuailgne, Hf. 22 a.
áu bethe
Ll. 216 b; ¶  for Lind Liphi, Pd. 52; ¶  Bethe's ear, some place on the Liffey at Dublin; ¶  Áu Bethe, .i. Cluasa Bethe, Ll. 61 a; ¶  v. Ó Bethe.
the Liffey, Gb. 30.
flows by Lismore, Gb. 31.
island in the Indian Ocean, nr. the island of Necuram; ¶  originally 3,100 m. in circumference, but now only ..... Lis. 130 b.
one of the 12 Bruds of Aragu Cliach, Lec. 454.
augia dives
Reichenau monastery on an island in the lower part of the lake of Constance; ¶  much resorted to by the Irish; ¶  it contained the oldest copy of Adamnan's Life of Columba and several Irish MSS.; ¶  was suppressed in 1799, and its MSS. scattered.
augia rheni
Rheinau in Germany, connected with Irish saints; ¶  Auginense monasterium, B. xli. 374, St. Kieran.
aui echach
dp. Auib Echach; ¶  they beheaded the K. of Conaille, Au. i. 392; ¶  v. Uí Eachach.
aui liathain
b. Barrymore, c. Cork, Au. i. 186; ¶  v. Ui Liathain.
Au. i. 212; ¶  deserted in 750; ¶  not identified.
avium insula
v. Eninis, Cs. aulad fothaid airgtig; ¶  nr. r. Ollarbi, Lu. 134 a.
in Spain; ¶  given to the Almaineachaibh (Germans) by Charles the Great, Lis. 103 b; ¶  Andalusia (?).
in Arabic, Salarcadis and Asriancadis, in Spain, where the god Maca Metus was (worshipped ?), Lis. 96 b.
au mhór
O'S. III. ii. 13; ¶  .i. Abh mhór, the Blackwater in Ulst. aunties; ¶  i.e., Danes, Fia. 158.
Antrim, Sw.
i Fán Cruchan, I. 163 a 2; ¶  Cuchullainn placed the heads of the four Auraird, the charioteers of Orlam, son of Oilioll and Meadb, on Gabla, or stakes, at Áth Grencha, hence the names Áth nGabla and Aurard, Bb. 222 a.
v. archail, erchuil.
of the Forslointe Éreann, not located, X. 156. aurilia; ¶  O'S. II. iv. 23; ¶  Oirghialla.
O'S. III. i. 2; ¶  b. Orior, c. Arm.
aur phardus
i Tír Tairngiri, Locus S. Brendani, Cs. 412.
al. Aurraith Tophiloc; ¶  it and Toim Bonden are on banks of Loch Dercderc, Cs. 453.
NE. of Airne, Ll. 56; ¶  i.e., of Arran Island (?).
Theodolphus epscop Auruliensis, Lis. 118 a.
Colmán ailithir i n-Austria, Md. 276; ¶  patron saint of Lower Austria.
C. 141 = Ath Truim.
gs., battle of, Ro.; ¶  cf., Eothuile.
one of ten cities of Pilistina, each of which could furnish ten Catha (Legions), Bb. 2 b.