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Aba Chluain Lis Bec:  See Cluain Lis Bec.    Aba nah Eidnige: River Hine / Hind in southern Co. Roscommon.

Achad Beoil na Muilled: in Co. Roscommon.    Achad Buide: Ardnurcher in Co. Westmeath.

Achad Conaire: Achrony in Co. Sligo.    Achad Fabair: Umaill / Aghagower in Co. Mayo.

Achad na Corra: Aghnacor in Co. Cavan.    Ad: Ath    Aenach: Enagh / Ballysadare in Co. Sligo.

Ailech: Greenan Elly near Derry in Co. Derry.    Allen: Oilen.    Aine: See Caislen Aine.

Aired / Airem Locha Con: Errew on the west shore of Loch Conn in Co. Mayo.

Aired Ui Failge: near Mount Mellick, Co. Laois.   Airer Gaedheal: Argyle Scotland.

 Airghialla: / Oriel / Co. Armagh and Co. Monaghan.    Airtech: comprising Tibohine and Kilnamanagh Co. Roscommon. Alba / Alpa: Scotland. 

Albanaig: Alpa / Scots in Ireland.    Alma Laigen: The Hill of Allen in Co. Kildare.

Almainig: Germans.   Alt na lElti: Slieve Anierin in Co. Leitrim at the end of.

Alt Tige Maig Currin (Battle of) near Slieve Anierin in Co. Leitrim.    Anghaile an: Annaly in Co. Longford except the extreme south - east.

Ara: territory in the north - west of Co. Tipperary of a Sept of the O Brians.  

Arcedglenn: The Vale of the Arigna River between Co. Leitrim and Co. Sligo.    Ard Abla: See Caislen Lis Aird Abla.     

Ard in Choillin Ardkillin: south - west of Strokestown / Beal na mBuilli (Ford Mouth of the Strokes) in Co. Roscommon.

Ard Carna: Ardcarne at Boyle in Co. Roscommon.    Ard Ferna: The hill east of Bundrowes Castle in Carbury in Co. Sligo.

Ard Macha: Armagh in Co. Armagh.  Ard Midair: Ardmire in Co. Donegal.    Ard na Riad: Ardnaree at Ballina in Co. Sligo.

Ard Rathain: Rathin - Ardrahan in the south of Co. Galway.    Ard Stratha: Ardstraw in the west of Co. Tyrone.

Ardachad: Ardagh in Co, Longford.   Ath an Chip: A ford on the River Shannon near Carrick - on - Shannon

Ard Midair / Midait / Ardmire - territory at Kilteevogue in Raphoe in Co. Donegal in thev north - west of the Ulster Province where the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Dal Cuinn "northern" Ui Niaill Cenel Conaill O Dohertys / Ui Dochataigh were the Kings in 1292 AD.

Ath an Gail: A ford near Templehouse in Co. Sligo.    Ath an Imurice: A ford on the River Bann.

Ath an Charad Conaill: A ford on the River Shannon near Carrick.    Ath an Cind Locha Deichet - A ford at the head of Loch Gara in Co. Sligo.

Ath an Cliath an Chorainn: See Baile an Mutaig.    Ath an Cliath: near Dublin in Co. Dublin.

Ath an Crochda: A ford on the River Shannon at Shannon Bridge in Co. Offaly. 

Ath an Cuil Maine Belacoolon: A ford the River Erne near Belleek in Co. Fermanagh.

Ath an da Larac: at the monastery at Boyle in Co. Roscommon.    Ath an Derg: Legnaderk in Co. Cavan.

Ath an Disert Nuadan: Esternow in Co. Roscommon.    Ath an Doire Chuirc: Derryquirk near Tulsk in Co. Roscommon.

Ath an Dub: Blackford in Co. Laois.    Ath an Escrach Cuan: Ahascragh in Co. Galway.

Ath an Fer Diad: Ath Diad meic Daman at Ardee in Co. Louth.    Ath an In: Ath an

Ath an Isel: Athassel in Co. Tipperary.    Ath an Lecta Casc: A Battle occurred here in 1462 AD.

Ath an Lethan: at Ballylahan in Co. Mayo.    Ath an Liac: Athleague on the River Suck in Co. Roscommon.

Ath an Liac na Sinna: at Ballyleague in Co. Roscommon.    Ath an Lige: Ath Ligen. See Bel Atha Lige.

Ath an Luain: Athlone in Co. Westmeath.    Ath na Bethige: Drumbeagh in Co. Cavan.

Ath na Cuirre: A ford on the Yellow River  at Ballinamore / Beal an Atha Moir (Mouth of the Big Ford) in the east of Co. Leitrim.

Ath na Faithche: At Fenagh in Co. Leitrim.    Ath na Falme: In Breifne.

Ath na nGall: A ford on the River Esk near Donegal town in Co. Donegal.    Ath na Rig: Athenry in Co. Galway.

Ath Senaig: See Bel Atha Senaig.    Ath Slisen: See Bel Atha Slisen.    Ath Tige in Mesaig: Attymas in Co. Mayo.

Ath Truim: Trim in Co. Meath.    Athais Mide: Knockast in Co. Westmeath.


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