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Abhainn an Chláirín Loading...
genitive: Abhainn an Chláirín
(Irish)
Clarin River Loading...
(English)
Other names
Clarinbidge River
(English)
Glossary
abhainn
(also: abha)
river
Explanatory note
  • Gaeilge

    De réir an chéad eagrán de léarscáil na Suirbhéireachta Ordanáis ar an scála 6": míle (1838), Clarin River a thugtar ar abhainn timpeall is míle ar fhad a théann i bhfarraige taobh thiar de Dhroichead an Chláirín agus a éiríonn i mbf Chill Chornáin taobh thoir thuaidh de Dhroichead an Chláirín. Clarinbridge River a thugtar ar an abhainn chéanna ar eag. athbhreithnithe na lsc. sin (1915). Tugtar le fios ar an eag. athbhreithnithe go n-éiríonn géag den abhainn Clarinbridge River i mbf Chill Chornáin. Is abhainn níos faide í Clarinbridge River ar a cúrsa anoir aduaidh ná Clarin River (1838) dá réir sin.

  • English

    Clarin River is depicted on the first edition of the Ordnance Survey map at scale 6" to one mile (1838) as a river about a mile in length which rises in Kilcornan townland and enters the sea to the west of Clarinbridge. This river is called Clarinbridge River on the revised edition of the 6" map (1915). On the latter edition, the river which rises in Kilcornan is shown as a branch of the water-course, while the Clarinbridge River runs further from the north-east than Clarin River of the 1838 map.

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M 42 21

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