Sarsfields (@1.57) vs Cathaoir an Ri (@2.62)
14-09-2019

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Lebor Gabala), 'the Dumnones (Fir Domnonn) were aborigines ' (York~ shire Celtic Studies ii, 41), he distorts the facts, as the reader of Chapter iv and the present chapter will readily perceive. In support of this assertion he invents a purely fanciful explanation of their name : ' I interpret Dumnones to mean the dim or deep folk," and this to mean remote and primitive in origin (ibid.). 4.A later form is Domnannaig (compare Cruthin Cruithnig, Brettain Bretnaig). When Mac Neill asserts that, according to 'Irish tradition' (i.e.

wherein five of the eight brothers, sons of Milesius, lost their lives.

It is not the name anglicised Gleason or Gleeson. O'Glaisin, now unknown. - This name is now unknown. It might be anglicised Bray. and the fine O'Glaisins.553 553. O'Breaghdha. Ui-Mac Caille, now the barony of Imokilly, in the county of Cork.Two tribes are in the smooth plain,The Ui Breaghdhas,552 552. A fine tribe strong in pursuitIs over Ui Mac Caille551 of the drinking; 551.

The Mac Enirys were never driven from this territory, and had considerable estates here up to the period of the Revolution; but they are all at present reduced to poverty and obscurity.A fine host who constantly ramifyLike the white blossom of the branching apple tree. Corca-Muicheat. Mac Eniry descends from Sedna, the fourth son of Cairbre Aebhdha, ancestor of the Ui Cairbre; and though his territory is now a part of the barony of Upper Connello, it was originally a portion of the territory of the Ui-Cairbre Aebhdha. - This name is still preserved, and is an alias name for Castletown Mac Eniry, in the barony of Upper Conello, in the county of Limerick. Mac Innerigh, now Mac Eniry.Over the mellow Corca Muicheat,668 668. Mac Innerigh,667 hero of gems, 667.

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According to legend, he was not Conn's only son: he had a brother called Connla, who fell in love with a fairy woman, and went with her to Mag Mell, never to be seen again. When Art and Delbchaem return to Tara, Delbchaem banishes B Chuille from the land, returning fertility to the region. In another variant of the myth, B Chuille places a geis on Art, after he loses at a game of fidchell; under which he must leave Ireland never to return until he can find and rescue the maiden Delbchaem ("Fair Shape"). Art travels to the Land of Wonder, facing untold dangers and is forced to kill Delbchaem's mother a fearsome and supernatural figure, who has been foretold by druids that she would be killed by a suitor of her daughter. After that, Art was alone and gained his nickname (Geoffrey Keating says he had two brothers, Connla and Crionna, who were killed by their uncle Eochaid Finn). The injustice caused famine in Ireland, until Art forced B Chuille to leave as a forfeit in a game of fidchell. Another fairy woman, B Chuille, who had been banished to Ireland by the Tuatha D Danann, fell in love with Art, but, when she learned his father Conn was still alive and a widower, agreed to marry him instead, on the condition that Art be banished from Tara for a year.

33. Remembering the Druid's prediction, and his people having considerably multiplied during their abode in Geulia, he departed thence with a numerous fleet to seek out the country destined for their final settlement, by the prophecy of Cachear, the Druid above mentioned; and, after some time, he landed upon the coast of Spain, and by strong hand settled himself and his colony in Galicia, in the north of that country. Brath was born in Gothia.

So we find coiced nGalion or the like used in exactly the same sense as coiced Lagen, 'the province of the Lagin'.2An unidentified place in the territory of Dal Mesi Corb (in Co. We may interpret the tradition as meaning that these were the names of closely related tribes. THE Lagin, who have left their name on the province of Leinster, preserved the tradition that Lagin, Domnainn and Galioin were three names for the one people1.

Said one of the Sorceresses: Whom shall we destroy of the people of this house. While Lughaid was in the kingship of Munster, Corc was born. The birth of Corc son of Lughaid. She put a desire to cohabit with her into the king's mind and born to them whom they called Conall son of Lugaid. Lughaid's wife then was Daoil daughter of Fiacha King of Eile. Another said: None but whoever is hid beneath the cauldron. the persons who fostered Conall were Maghlar Dearg of the Corca Oiche tribe (Abbeyfeale district) and Torna Eigeas the poet of the Ciaraigh Luachra (of Kerry) - they reared him in the house of 2aCrimthann Mor now of Fiodhach. Doilg Ireithneach was her name. And why did he get the name Corc? It happened that a woman satirist came to the king's house in Feimhin (South Tipperary plain). After that a spark shot out of the fire and pitched in the youth's ear so that it became purple (Corcra); hence he was called Corc. The nurses who were in the house hid the youth under an upturned cauldron which was in the house. 1d. Some of these Sorceresses led by Feidhlim daughter of Mothair came to the house when the infant Corc was. Corc, son of Luighaid, the fourth son, from him the Eoghanachta and kingship of Munster. Corc son of Lughaid. There were Sorceresses in Munster at that time, destroying youths and every newborn child they choose to destroy.

Royal dynast of fine incursionsIs Mac Conmara722 722. This family derives its name from its ancestor Cumara, son of Domhnall, who ws the twenty-second in descent from Cormac Cas. Mac Conmara, now anglicised Mac Namara. but in the year 1318, when after the defeat of De Clare and the expulsion of his allies - the Ui Bloid - O'Brien gave the Mac Namaras possession of a more extensive territory than Ogashin, lyinb between the rivers Fergus and Shannon, the exact limits of which, in 1584, are defined in a MS. Ui-gCaisin. See Annals of Four Masters, A.d. 981, 1099, and 1599. His son Domhnall died in 1099. of Magh-Adhair,723 723. account of Thomond, preserved in the library of Trinity College, Dublin, E., 2,14. - The name and exact extent of this territory is preserved in the deanery of Ogashin, which comprises the parishes of Quin, Tullagh, Clooney, Doora, Kilraghtis, Kiltalagh, Templemaley, Inchicornan, and Kilmurry-na-gall, in the eastern part of the county of Clare. Magh Adhair, a level district lying between the towns of Ennis and Tullagh, in the county of Clare. It would appear that the family of the O'Hehirs were seated here before the Mac Namaras.The territories of wealth are his country;Is over the Cantred of Ui-gCaisin.724 724.

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The Paddies had goal chances, twice they were denied with referee Cunning calling a square ball on Gary Lennon on both occasions while the Sarsfields full forward brought the best out of McGinn in the 40th minute but a superb score from McKenna after a strong run was all they had to show for their efforts in the opening exchanges of the second half.

90. Ros Failgeach: son of Cahir M?r; a quo Hy-Failgeagh ("failgeach:" Irish, abounding with rings), meaning the descendants of this Failgeach, and afterwards the name of the territory itself which they possessed, which has been anglicised Offaley, and which is the origin of the epithet applied to the O'Connors of this territory - namely, the O'Connors "Faley," signifying the O'Connors of Offaley. Ros Failgeach had a brother named Dair?, who was the ancestor of O'Gorman; and a brother Comthanan, who was the ancestor of Duff, of Leinster.