townland
Móin na Manrach
genitive: Mhóin na Manrach
(Irish)
Monamonra
(English)

Glossary

móin, mónaidh
English bogland

Explanatory note

  • Gaeilge

    the bog(land) of the enclosure(s), paddock(s)
    manrach — ginideach uatha nó iolra de mainear (féach www.dil.ie s.v. mainder)

    Cf. bf Móin na Manraí (#28185) i mbarúntacht an tSráidbhaile.

Centrepoint

52.8641, -7.69554 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1805
(Knockaha bog)
Cahill (La)
1838
Moneomandra
Young, Rev.:AL Leathanach: La051,35
1838
Moanomandra
Alley, P.:AL Leathanach: La051,35
1838
Monamonra
GJP:AL Leathanach: La051,35
1838
Monamonra
Drought, Cllr:AL Leathanach: La051,35
1838
Móin na manra, 'bog of the mangers'
OD:AL Leathanach: La051,35
1838
Móin na manra
pl:AL Leathanach: La051,35
1838
Monamonra
OD:AL Leathanach: La051,35
1838
Monamonra
Lalor, J.:AL Leathanach: La051,35
1838
Monamonra
BS:AL Leathanach: La051,35
2004
moːnəˈmɑndrə(bog)
Áit.
2006
moːnːəˈmanriˑ
Áit.

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