townland
Cnoicín na hUamhan
genitive: Chnoicín na hUamhan
(Irish)
Knockeennahone
(English)

Glossary

uaimh, óin, ón
English cave, souterrain

Centrepoint

52.1739, -9.33666latitude, longitude
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Archival records

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Historical references

1826c
Knockeennahona Toureen
Knockeennahone SO taobh le bf Tooreengarriv SO;
TAB Leathanach: 8
1841
Knockeenahone
BS:AL Leathanach: Ci013,27
1841
Knockeenahone
BM:AL Leathanach: Ci013,27
1841
Knockeenahone
Larkin (Ci):AL Leathanach: Ci013,27
1841
Knockeenahone
Inhabs.:AL Leathanach: Ci013,27
1841
Cnoicín na hómhann, 'i.e. the little hill of the grotto or cave'
OD:AL Leathanach: Ci013,27
1841
Cnoc na h-uamhán
[scriosta]
dúch:AL Leathanach: Ci013,27
1841
Leaca an eóinninn / cnoicin na hón
pl:AL Leathanach: Ci013,27
1841
Knockeennahone
OD:AL Leathanach: Ci013,27
1841
[Knockeennahone]
"There is a Danish fort in the W. end of this townland."
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Ci013,27
1955c
An Seabhac: Cnuicín na hÓn (.i. na hUamhan) .i. óin = uamhain .i. uaimh fé thalamh. An Fhleisc Ruadh sa trn. thiar thuaidh.
Nóta
2008
ˌnʲakiːnəˈhoːn, ˌkənokiːnəˈhoːn, ˌknokiːnəˈhoːn,
Áit. Cainteoir: 3, Uimhir : MDCi3
2008
ˌnɑkiːnəˈhoːn
Áit. Cainteoir: J. Collins (Bawnaskehy)

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