Bunachar Logainmneacha / Placenames Database

north-leitrim Cuardaigh na logainmneacha go léir ó gach paróiste i dTuaisceart Liatroma.
Search all placenames from every parish in North Leitrim.
Sources: Placenames Database of Ireland and Leitrim Genealogy Centre.
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Displaying 1–20 from total 57 placenames - 1 2 3


Tawly - Tálaigh
Explanation/Meaning:
Parish/Barony/County: Rossinver / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tawnahoney - Tamhnaigh Thónaigh
Explanation/Meaning: low-lying arable place, Tamhnaigh is the petrified form of the locative or dative case of the word tamhnach; the adjective is inflected (< tónach) accordingly
Parish/Barony/County: Killargue / Dromahair / Leitrim



Tawnaleck - Tamhnach Leice
Explanation/Meaning:
Parish/Barony/County: Rossinver / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tawnamachugh - Tamhnaigh Mhic Aodha
Explanation/Meaning: MacHugh’s field
Parish/Barony/County: Killasnett / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tawnycorragh - Tamhnaigh Chorrach
Explanation/Meaning: uneven arable place - tamhnaigh — petrified form of the locative or dative case of the word tamhnach
Parish/Barony/County: Inishmagrath / Dromahair / Leitrim



Tawnyfeacle - Tamhnaigh Fhiacla
Explanation/Meaning: Field of the teeth
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tawnyhoosy - Tamhnaigh Chuasaigh
Explanation/Meaning: low-lying arable place, Tamhnaigh is the petrified form of the locative or dative case of the word tamhnach; the second element, which is probably an adjective, is inflected (< cuasach) accordingly
Parish/Barony/County: Killargue / Dromahair / Leitrim



Tawnylea - Tamhnaí Liatha
Explanation/Meaning: Grey field
Parish/Barony/County: Killargue / Dromahair / Leitrim



Tawnylust - Tamhnaidh Na Loiste
Explanation/Meaning: arable place of (the) tooth, tooth-like crag
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tawnylust Barr - Barr Thamhnaigh Loiste
Explanation/Meaning:
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tawnylust Barr Upper - Barr Thamhnaigh Loiste Uachtarach
Explanation/Meaning: Town of the stones, irish name
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tawnymanus - Tamhnaigh Mhic Mhánais
Explanation/Meaning: McManus’s field
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tawnymoyle - An Tamhnaigh Mhaol
Explanation/Meaning: Bare Field
Parish/Barony/County: Killasnett / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tawnytallan - Tamhnaigh an tSalainn
Explanation/Meaning:
Parish/Barony/County: Rossinver / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tawnyunshinagh - Tamhnaigh Uinseannach
Explanation/Meaning: Field of the ash trees
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Temple na Galliagh Doo - Teampall na gCailleacha Dubha
Explanation/Meaning: the church of the black(-clad) nuns
Parish/Barony/County: Inishmagrath / Dromahair / Leitrim



Tents - Tinte
Explanation/Meaning:
Parish/Barony/County: Inishmagrath / Dromahair / Leitrim



Thur Mountain - An Tor Mór
Explanation/Meaning: the big steep rock
Parish/Barony/County: Cloonclare / Rosclogher / Leitrim



Tinnybeg - An Tinne Beag
Explanation/Meaning:
Parish/Barony/County: Inishmagrath / Dromahair / Leitrim



Tomrud - Tuaim Roide
Explanation/Meaning: Mound of the mire
Parish/Barony/County: Killasnett / Rosclogher / Leitrim


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