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AINIMNEAĊA NA n-ÁIT.


Alba, g. Alban, d., Albain, Scotland.
(An) Almáinn, Germany.
Árdṁaċa, Armagh.
Áṫ Cliaṫ, Dublin.


Bealaċ Leaċta, "the road of the tomb," a place near Macroom.
Bile Mór Máġa Aḋair, the great tree of the plain of Adare (under which the kings of Munster used to be crowned).
Binn Éadair, d. the hill of Howth. (d. also beinn.)
Breatain, Britain. i e., Wales.


Caṫair na Beirbe, Copenhagen.
Caṫair Ċonstantín, Constantinople.
Ceanḟeaḃrad, near Sliaḃ Caoin in Munster.
Ceann Cora, "the head of the weir"; Rincora.
Ceann Tíre, the Mull of Cantyre.
Ciarraiġe Luaċra, that part of Kerry which is called Sliaḃ Luaċra.
Cill Caoí, Kilkee.
Cill Dálua, Killaloe.
Cill Dara, Kildare.
Cill Ṁaiġneann, Kilmainham, Co. Dublin.
Cluain Tairb, Clontarf.
Corcabaoisgne, a district in Co. Clare.
Corcomaruaḋ, Corcomroe, Co. Clare.


Danṁarg, Denmark.
Deasmúṁan, Desmond.
(Na) Déise, the Decies.
Dún Soḃairce, Dunseverick.


(An) Euróip, g. Euróipe, Europe.


Fiġeinte, a district on the s. bank of the Shannon.
(An) Ḟrainc, France.


Gleann Ṁáma, a glen near Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow.


Inis Caṫaiġ, Scattery Island, Co. Clare.
Inis Loċa Cé, island in Loch Key in Connacht.
Inis Loċ Guir, island in Lough Gurr, Co. Limerick.
Inis Tuile, Iceland.
Insí Gaill, the Hebrides.
Insí h-Orc, the Orkney Islands.
(An) Iodáil, g. Iodáile, Italy.
(An) Ioruaiḋ, g. Ioruaiḋe, Norway.


(An) Leaṁain, river Laney, Co. Cork.
Leaṁain, g. Leaṁna, Lennox (district in Scotland).
Leaṫ Ċuinn, Conn's Half; the northern half of Ireland.
Leaṫ Ṁoġa, Mogh's half; the southern half of Ireland.
Léim Ċúċulainn, Loop Head. Co. Clare.
Loċ Gair, Lough Gurr, Co Limerick.
Loċlan, Denmark.
Luimneaċ, g. Luimniġe, Limerick


Máġċromṫa, Macroom.
(An) Ṁóin Ṁór, Moneymore.


Oileán Ṁanain, the Isle of Man.
Oileán Sgaṫaiġ, the Isle of Skye.