Dioghl. D Leathanach: 289, Véarsa: 32
Dioghluim Dána (eag. Mac Cionnaith, 1938) Bliain: 1938
go Loch Gile
Ir. Bard. Poet Leathanach: 38, Véarsa: 6, Líne: 2
Irish Bardic Poetry (ed. Bergin, Greene, Kelly. 1970) Bliain: 1200-1620, Leathanach:
There is a legend about Lough Gill - the nine sisters- one of whom was Gile Ni Mhanannan, Gille, daughter of Mannanan, Gilia Filia Mananani.
Litreacha na Suirbhéireachta Ordanáis/Ordnance Survey Letters
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