||The Irish name is Killone; Cill Eoghain,
St. John's church.
||The Irish name is Cora Caitlín, the weir
of a person named Catherine. The modern name was given to the village
by Sir Lucias O'Brien in the middle of the eighteenth century, to
commemorate his racing propensities.
||Nead an Uibhar
||The Irish name of this place is Nead an
Uibhar, literally a nest in a yew tree. It is situate near Doonass.
||The new settlement.
||Drom Cnú Óra
||The Irish name of this place is Drom Cnú
Óra, the hill side of the golden nuts.
||The muddy cave.
||Gort a Cuirce
||The Irish name is Gort a Cuirce, of which
Oatfield is a literal translation.
||Droichead ui Bríain
||A bridge built by Moragh an Tothain O'Brien.
||Beal na Fir Bharnan
||In Irish this place is called Beal na
Fir Bharnan, literally the passage of the men at the gap, but what
that means I cannot say.
||Wooded breast or valley.
||The high lying division.
||The breast of the mountain pass, Mám.