townland
Coill an Bhealaigh
genitive: Choill an Bhealaigh
(Irish)
Killavally
(English)

Glossary

English way, pass
coill, coillidh, coillte, coille
English wood

Explanatory note

  • Gaeilge

    the wood of the way, pass

    Tá an baile fearainn seo suite le hais an bhóthair a ritheann ón Sráidbhaile anoir. Ní dhéanann an logainm seo tagairt don bhóthar nua seo áfach. Ba é an príomhbhealach anoir anallód an bóthar comhthreomhar leis sin lastuaidh, ar theorann na barúntachta. Leanadh an bóthar sin ar aghaidh thar an gcnoc i nDiméin Lamberton (cn Crois Uí Dhuibh (#1419165)) i dtreo Bhearna na gCleití (#27896).

    An bóthar tríd an mbaile fearainn seo anoir aneas ó Thigh Maodhóg, amach as Fearann Ó gCeallaigh, an bealach atá i gceist de réir dealraimh (cf. bf An Bháiteog (#28247)).

Centrepoint

53.0012, -7.18608 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1838
Killyvalley
BS:AL Leathanach: LA023,11
1838
Cill/ Coill a' bhaile, 'wood of the town'
"Liquid." [Nóta OD]
OD:AL Leathanach: LA023,11
1838
Killyvally
[scriosta]
OD:AL Leathanach: LA023,11
1838
Killavally
OD:AL Leathanach: LA023,11
2006
kəiləˈvalə
Áit.

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