List of longest placenames in Ireland

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Muiceanach idir Dhá Sháile (Muckanaghederdauhaulia)
in Co. Galway, Ireland

This is a list of the longest place names in Ireland. It includes names written in English as a single word of at least 20 letters. The vast majority of English-language place names in Ireland are anglicisations of Irish language names. The spelling which has legal force is usually that used by the Ordnance Survey of Ireland. Many of Ireland's longest place names are found in the far west of the island, where the Irish language survived the longest; including Gaeltacht areas, where it is still the vernacular.[1] These names are generally written as multiple words in Irish.

At 22 letters long, Muckanaghederdauhaulia (from Muiceanach idir Dhá Sháile meaning "pig-marsh between two saltwaters") is often believed to be Ireland's longest one-word place name.[2][3] In Life: A User's Manual by Georges Perec, it is one of the ports visited and painted by the character Bartlebooth, who believes it to be the longest port name in the world. An 1830s boundary survey uses the spelling Mwickanaghedderauhaulia, which is 23 letters long.

However, the Placenames Database of Ireland (logainm.ie) records several other place names of at least 22 letters. Furthermore, the anglicised form Muckanaghederdauhaulia ceased to have official standing in 2005, after a Placenames Order was made under the Official Languages Act 2003; the sole official name is now the Irish form Muiceanach idir Dhá Sháile.[4]

Multiple-word place names may be longer still; for example, "Plughoge and Leabrannagh Mountain North", the name of a townland in County Donegal, has 35 letters, and its Irish equivalent "Sliabh Phlochóige agus Leadhb Reannach Thuaidh" has 41.[4]

List[edit]

The spellings and locations given in the table are those on the Ordnance Survey's current and historic maps.[5][6] Three of the names are at the ruins on Inishmore of the church dedicated of the Four Comely Saints (an Ceathrar Álainn).

English Letters Irish Type Location:
county, barony, civil parish, townland
Bullaunancheathrairaluinn[5] 25 Ballán an Cheathrair Álainn[7] Bullaun Galway, Aran, Inishmore, Oghil[5]
Sruffaunoughterluggatoora[8] 25 Sruthán Uachtar Log an tSamhraidh Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Moyrus, Glencoaghan
Sruffaungolinluggatavhin[9] 24 Sruthán Góilín Log an Tafainn Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Moyrus, Glencoaghan
Templeancheathrairaluinn[5] 24 Teampall an Cheathrair Álainn[10] Ruined church Galway, Aran, Inishmore, Oghil[5]
Loughaunbarnaheskabaunia[11][n 1] 24 Lochán Bairr na h-Eascaide Báine[12] Lake Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballynakill, Kylemore
Glasheencummeennapeasta Stream[13] 23 Stream Kerry, Dunkerron North, Knockane, Meallis
Leabaancheathrairaluinn[5] 23 Leaba an Cheathrair Álainn[14] Ruined grave Galway, Aran, Inishmore, Oghil[5]
Sruffaunloughaunnaveagh[15] 23 Sruthán Lochán na bh-Fiach[16] Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballynakill, Addergoole
Carrickwilliamodonnell[17] 22 Carraig Liam Uí Dhónaill Rock Galway, Moycullen, Moycullen, Derryloughaun East
Lough Clougherbowbartleymede[18] 22 Loch Chlochar Bó Bhairtliméid Lake Galway, Ballynahinch, Moyrus, Lettershinna
Cooneenskerragohiffern[19] 22 Cuainín Sciorradh-go-hIfreann Harbour Mayo, Murrisk, Kilgeever, Lettereeragh
Glassillaunvealnacurra[20] 22 Glas Oileán Bhéal na Cora (uncertain) Townland Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballindoon & Islands, Glassillaunvealnacurra
Illaungraffanavrankagh[21] 22 (uncertain) Townland Clare, Burren, Gleninagh, Illaungraffanavrankagh
Loughaunfiddaunbuntack[22] 22 Lochán Fheadán Bhun tSaic Lake Mayo, Burrishoole, Achill, Srahmore
Muckanaghederdauhaulia[23] 22 Muiceanach idir Dhá Sháile Townland Galway, Moycullen, Kilcummin, Muckanaghederdauhaulia
Drehideenglashanatooha Bridge[24] 22 Droichidín Glas na Tuatha Bridge

Tipperary, Middle third, Ardmayle, Camus /
Tipperary, Clanwilliam, Ballygriffin, Ballynahinch[25]

Mainistirnambratherbeg[n 2] 22 Mainistir na mBráthar Beag[27] Ruin Limerick, Clanwilliam, Rochestown, Friarstown
Monasternagalliaghduff[28][29] 22 Mainistir na gCailleach Dubh Ruin Limerick, Shanid, Robertstown, Oldabbey
Sruffaunnabolybaunia[30] 22 Sruthán na Buaile Baine[31] Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballynakill, Lemnaheltia
Ballywinterrourkewood[32] 21 Coill Bhaile Mhuintir Ruairc Townland Limerick, Connello Lower, Rathkeale, Ballywinterrourkewood
Lough Booroughcummeenauragh[33] 21 Lake Kerry, Magunihy, Killarney, Ullauns / Poulagower
Carrickemonmacdonagha[34] 21 Carraig Éamainn Mhic Dhonncha Rock Galway, Aran, Inishmore, Brannock Island
Carrickmoylenacurhoga[35] 21 Carraig Bhéal na gCaróg Rock Mayo, Erris, Kilmore, Carrickawilt Island
Carricknagalliaghduff[36] 21 Carraig na gCailleach Dubh Rock Mayo, Erris, Kilmore, Duvillaun More (Island)[37]
Cloghculliaghfrankagh[38] 21 Cloch a' coilleach, Frangcach[39] Rock Galway, Dunkellin, Killeely, Roevehagh
Corragunnagalliaghdoo Island[40] 21 Carraigín na gCailleach Dubh[40] Townland Mayo, Burrishoole, Burrishoole, Corragunnagalliaghdoo Island
Fiddauntawnynagalloge[41] 21 Feadán na nGealóg Stream[42] Mayo, Tirawley, Doonfeeny, Belderg More
Glashacummeennagashel Stream[43] 21 Stream Kerry, Dunkerron North, Knockane, Coomcallee
Illauncreevnalarragan[44] 21 Oileán Craoibhe na Leargan[45] Island in lake Galway, Moycullen, Killannin, Gortmore
Illaunpreaghaunnagark[46] 21 Oileán Phreacháin na g-cearc[47] Island in lake Galway, Moycullen, Moycullen, Gortachalla
Ooghinneendonnellduff[48] 21 Uaich Iníon Dhónaill Dhuibh Inlet Mayo, Erris, Kilmore, Inishkea South
Sruffaunbrandraghmore[49] 21 Sruthán Brannach Mór[50] Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballynakill, Cloonlooaun
Sruffauneskernaleegha[51] 21 Srothán Eiscir na Liatha[52] Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballynakill, Kylemore
Sruffaunnambrackdeony[53] 21 Sruthán na mBreac Deamhnaí Stream Galway, Moycullen, Moycullen, Oghery
Sruffaunnamuingabalia[54] 21 Stream Mayo, Tirawley, Moygawnagh, Laghtanvack[54]
Sruffaunnavonseebegga[55] 21 Sruthán na bhFonsaí Beaga Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Moyrus, Glencoaghan
Sruffaunrulardheemore[56] 21 Sruthán Rolardaí Mór Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Moyrus, Glencoaghan
Sruffaunpollnacolmore[57] 21 Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballynakill, Kylemore[57]
Sruffaunhullynabaunia[58] 21 Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballynakill, Kylemore[58]
Sruffaunscalpnagollum[59] 21 Sruthán Scailp na gColm Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Moyrus, Gleninagh
Sruffauntruskanalower[60] 21 Srubhthán trusca na Leabhar[61] Stream Galway, Moycullen, Moycullen, Finisklin / Slieveaneena
Ardloughnabrackbaddy[62] 20 Ard Loch na mBreac Beadaí Peak Donegal, Kilmacrenan, Tullaghobegly, Tullaghobegly Irish
Athwullaghheedonnell Lough[63] 20 Lake Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballindoon & Islands, Slieveburke
Bealraghnathreesrugh[n 3][65] 20 Minor feature Fermanagh, Magherastephana, Aghalurcher, Altnaponer
Carrickacushcamemore[66] 20 (uncertain) Rock Mayo, Murrisk, Kilgeever, Garranty[n 4]
Carrickbriendurragha[67] 20 Carraig Bhriain Dorcha Rock Donegal, Boylagh, Templecrone, Braade
Carrickillaunnascalp[68] 20 Carraig Oileán na Scailpe Rock Galway, Moycullen, Kilcummin, Derravonniff
Carricknagalliaghdoo[69] 20 Rock Mayo, Burrishoole, Achill, Doogort West
Carrigeenmoylenanagh[70] 20 Carraig Mheall na nEach Rock Mayo, Erris, Kilmore, Inishkea South
Carrigillaunyrahilly[71] 20 Carraig Léin Ní Rathaille Rock Kerry, Dunkerron South, Kilcrohane, Coomatloukane
Carrowkeelanahaglass[72] 20 Ceathrú Chaol an Atha Ghlais Townland Galway, Ballymoe, Dunmore, Carrowkeelanahaglass
Cartroncarrowntogher[73] 20 (uncertain) Townland Roscommon, Frenchpark, Kilmacumsy, Cartroncarrowntogher
Coosfohermarenabinia[74] 20 Cuas Foithir Mhór na Binne Cove Kerry, Corkaguiny, Garfinny, Beenbane
Crockballaghnagrooma[75] 20 Hill Tyrone, Omagh East, Termonmaguirk, Sluggan
Foildermotycronacane[76] 20 Faill Diarmada Cliff Cork, Carbery West (East Division), Clear Island, Ballyieragh South
Gubpaudeenshaneneese[77] 20 Gob Pháidín Sheáin Aonghais Headland Mayo, Burrishoole, Achill, Derreen
Lisheennagranshymore[78] 20 Lisín na ghrainsigh mhóir[79] Ancient burial ground[79] Galway, Leitrim, Duniry, Grange More
Knockaunshaunmaconry[80] 20 Cnocán Sheaain Mhic Conroi[81] Hill Galway, Moycullen, Kilcummin, Callownamuck
Knockavanniamountain[82] 20 Sliabh Chnoc an Bhainne Townland Waterford, Glenahiry, Seskinan, Knockavanniamountain
Lackshivaunnageelagh[83] 20 Leac Shiobhán na nGeimhleach Minor feature Kerry, Corkaguiny, Dingle, Emlagh East
Mallgarveheamushwaun[84] 20 Meall Garbh Shéamuis bain[85] Island Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballindoon & Islands, Leaghcarrick[85] / Ballyconneely[86]
Minnaunballyconneely[87] 20 Móinín Baile Conghaile Skerry Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballindoon & Islands, Bunowen Beg
Monasterkieran or Monasterconnaughtagh[88] 20 Teampall Chiaráin Ruined church Galway, Aran, Inishmore, Oghil[6]
Newtownmoneenluggagh[89] 20 (uncertain) Townland Kildare, Ikeathy and Oughterany, Scullogestown
Poulillaundonaghbane[90] 20 Oileán Dhonncha Bháin Island Kerry, Iveragh, Dromod, Kealafreaghane West
Scartnadrinymountain[91] 20 Barr na Scairte Townland Waterford, Decies-without-Drum, Kilgobnet, Scartnadrinymountain
Sruffaungortarusheen[92] 20 Sruthán Goirt a Ruisín[93] Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Ballynakill, Kylemore
Sruffaunmaumnavonsee[94] 20 Sruthán Mhám na bhFonsaí Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Moyrus, Glencoaghan
Sruffaunlugganaffrin[95] 20 Sruthan Loig an Aiffrinn[96] Stream Galway, Ballynahinch, Omey, Aillenaveagh
Sruffaunmuinganierin[97] 20 Stream Mayo, Tirawley, Kilfian, Shanettra /
Mayo, Tirawley, Moygawnagh, Corvoley[97]
Sruhauncloghacappeen[98] 20 Stream Mayo, Murrisk, Kilgeever, Derreennanalbanagh[98]
Stookalargachuitread[99] 20 Sea stack Donegal, Kilmacrenan, Clondavaddog, Doagh Beg
Tobernashaghtninneen[100] 20 Tobar na Seacht nIníon Holy well Galway, Ross, Ross, Munterowen East

Notes:

  1. ^ Spelt "Loughaunbaurnaheskabaunia" (25 letters) by John O'Donovan.[12]
  2. ^ Spelled Mainistirnambratherbeg (22 letters) on the 1901 Ordnance Survey map;[26] Manisternabratherbeg (20 letters) in the Placenames Database of Ireland.[27]
  3. ^ Spelt "Bealraghnathressrugh" by Place Names NI.[64]
  4. ^ On Inishturk.

Variant spellings[edit]

John O'Donovan recommended "Illaunloughmorenavreaghoge" (26 letters) as the name of an island in "Loughnavreeghougue" in Clynagh townland, Killannin parish, Moycullen barony, County Galway.[101] He noted "Illaunloughmorenavreeghougue" (28 letters) as the local spelling.[101] However, the Ordnance Survey went with "Lough Morenavreaghoge" for the lake, and left the island unnamed,[102] while the Irish Placenames Database gives the name "Illaunmore" for an island in Clynagh.[103]

Lough Croaghballaghdown in County Donegal appears as two words on the Ordnance Survey map, but as one 22-letter word, "Lougheroaghballaghdown" [sic] in the Placenames Database.[104][105] Similarly, two lakes called "Loughs Nahaskanabaunia" on the Ordnance Survey map correspond to the entry "Loughsnahaskanabaunia" (21 letters) in the Placenames Database.[106][107] The townland of Brackagh Slieve Gallion[108] in County Londonderry has sometimes been written as one 21-letter word, Brackaghslievegallion,[109] or similar.[108] Similarly, Lisbellanagroagh More in County Antrim has been written Lisbellanagroaghmore (20 letters).[110][111]

The spelling Ballemickegillemorreyietragh (28 letters; later "Ballymackilmurry etra" in the townland of Ballymackilmurry) is recorded in a 1609 inquisition into the churchlands of County Armagh made in preparation for the Plantation of Ulster.[112][113] Salters Grange, County Armagh is called Grangeballaghmarramacquoid (26 letters) in inquisitions of 1557 and 1614.[114] Tullymacarath, County Down is called Ballylirstrillyvickenratty (26 letters) in a 1609 patent roll entry.[115] The 1654 Civil Survey of County Tipperary records Glayshlackeenetanballyuore (26 letters) as the name of a "small brooke" forming part of the boundary of Oughterleague parish by the townland of Demone.[116]

See also[edit]

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  74. ^ "Coosfohermarenabinia". Placenames Database of Ireland. 
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  83. ^ "Lackshivaunnageelagh". Placenames Database of Ireland. 
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  89. ^ "Newtownmoneenluggagh". Placenames Database of Ireland. 
  90. ^ "Poulillaundonaghbane". Placenames Database of Ireland. 
  91. ^ "Scartnadrinymountain". Placenames Database of Ireland. 
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