Sliabh Ghamh (342) ... quasi Sliabh Dhamh. (343)
||The legend among the people runs thus: - there was an ox of a monstrous ox on Sliabh Ghamh.... this... was killed by Cuaich, a hero in Tireragh. The owner of this ox, whose name was Roathan, went in quest of him and when he found his ox was killed he became ... mad; Cuaich concealed himself in one of the animal's horns ... by which means he saved himself for that time. ... From this ox, in Irish Damh, it is though Sliabh Ghamh- quasi Sliabh Dhamh, i.e. Mons Bovis... This may go down very well with persons who cannot trace the analogy of letters in the orthography of a word; the sound Dh suit the purpose as well as Gh in that state but the name is found written always with G not D. I mande this remark to Shaaan Baan Tympany who seemed not to see the reason why the story did not account for th ename; i.e., whinot Sliabh Ghamh (not Dh) from Damh, an ox. 341-3.