|Irish: Doire Néill|
Derryneill shown within Northern Ireland
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Derryneill (from Irish: Doire Néill, meaning "Niall's oak-wood") is a townland of 1,049 acres in County Down, Northern Ireland, near to Leitrim, County Down. It is situated in the civil parish of Drumgooland and the historic barony of Iveagh Upper, Lower Half. Derryneill is mainly made up of small rocky drumlins.
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