|Population||255 (2001 Census)|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|EU Parliament||Northern Ireland|
Donagh (pronounced // DOH-nə, from Irish: Domhnach, meaning "church") is a small village and townland in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It lies between Lisnaskea and Newtownbutler in the south-east of County Fermanagh. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 255. It is situated within Fermanagh and Omagh district.
Donagh was originally known in Irish as Ua Dúnáin Dhomhnaigh Maighe da Claoíne do Mharbhad (meaning 'O'Doonan's Church of the Plain of the Two Slopes'), later known in Irish as Domhnach Magh-da-Claine (meaning 'Church of the Plain of the Two Slopes'). It was originally anglicised as 'Donoghmoychinny' or 'Donaghmoyline'. It was later anglicised simply as Donagh.
The village features two protected sites, one being Donagh House, a listed building, another an ancient ecclesiastical site featuring a ruined church and a graveyard.
St. Patrick's is the local GAA club.
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