River Mulcair Weir, Annacotty
|Etymology||Irish maol + cearn, "obtuse angle"|
|Source||Slieve Felim Mountains Silvermine Mountains|
|8 m (26 ft)|
|Length||21.5 km (13.4 mi)|
|Basin size||650 km2 (250 sq mi)|
|- average||12.55 m3/s (443 cu ft/s)|
|- right||River Slievenohera|
The River Mulcair, or Mulkear, rises in the Slieve Felim Mountains and Silvermine Mountains in Ireland, flows through the east of County Limerick before joining the River Shannon near Annacotty. It flows through Counties Limerick and Tipperary. The principal tributaries are the Dead River, the Bilboa River and the Newport River (Tipperary).
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