The Partraige were a people of early historic Ireland.
Several attested branches were found in Ireland, including the following:
- Partraige Cera - located at the northern end of Lough Mask (Loch Mask) and the region of Lough Carra (Loch Corrib), County Mayo.
- Partraige in Laca - at and around Cong, County Mayo
- Partraige in tSlebe - covering the area from Croagh Patrick to Lough Corrib, all of south-west Mayo
- Partraige Beca - located at Crossakell, south of Kells, County Meath.
Francis John Byrne has suggested that the Partraige may have been "a remnant of a pre-Celtic population, akin perhaps to the Illyrian tribe commemorated in the Bavarian resort of Garmish-Partenkirchen." He also suggests that the Fir Umaill found in Clew Bay (later the Uí Briúin) probably were a later branch.
They have given their name to the district of Partry.
- Nollaig, "Some Early Connacht Population-Groups"
- Byrne, Irish kings and high-kings, p. 236.
- Byrne, F.J. (2001) . Irish Kings and High-Kings (2nd ed.). Dublin: Four Courts Press.
- Ó Muraile, Nollaig. "Some Early Connacht Population-Groups", in Seanchas: Studies in Early and Medieval Irish Archaeology, History and literature in Honour of Francis John Byrne. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2000. pp. 174–5.