Léim go dtí an bosca cuardaigh
Á lódáil
Léarscáil á lódáil...
Carraig na Siúire Á lódáil...
ginideach: Charraig na Siúire
ainm deimhnithe
(Gaeilge)
Carrick Á lódáil...
(Béarla)
Gluais
carraig rock
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  • Gaeilge

    the rock of An tSiúir
    An tSiúir — ainm abhann nach léir a bhrí.
    Féach go bhfuil an fhoirm shimplí An Charraig, 'the rock', le fáil san fhianaise freisin. Ba í Carraig Mhic Grífín, 'the rock of Mac Grífín (sloinne < Fitz Griffin na nAngla-Normannach < Gruffudd na Breatnaise)', foirm fhada an logainm a bhí in úsáid ar feadh 400 éigin blian: cf. 1242 'Matthew Fitz Griffin ... his manor of Karrec', Calendar of Documents Relating to Ireland; 1297 'Carrykmcgriffith', etc. Faoi thús an 16ú haois bhí foirm an lae inniu tagtha chun cinn, de réir dealraimh, e.g. 1532 'Carrickneshowre'.
    Piaras Rua de Buitléar, Iarla Urumhan, atá i gceist in iontráil 1500c 'red pers Carycce', Calendar of Ormond Deeds.

  • English

    the rock of An tSiúir
    An tSiúir — river name, meaning unclear.
    Note that the simplex form An Charraig, 'the rock', is also reflected in the evidence. Carraig Mhic Grífín, 'the rock of Mac Grífín (sloinne < Fitz Griffin na nAngla-Normannach < Gruffudd na Breatnaise)', was the long form of the placename used for some 400 years: cf. 1242 'Matthew Fitz Griffin ... his manor of Karrec', Calendar of Documents Relating to Ireland; 1297 'Carrykmcgriffith', etc. The modern-day form of the name appears to have come to prominence by the start of the 16th century, e.g. 1532 'Carrickneshowre'.
    The entry 1500c 'red pers Carycce', Calendar of Ormond Deeds, refers to Red Piers Butler, Earl of Ormonde.

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