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Someone wrote:Doire is also the Irish name for what is now known as Derry City in the north of Ireland. 'Doire' is derived from 'Daire', meaning "the grove of oaks", and the original site was a holy site for the Celtic people who revered the oak tree as a sacred tree.

Here is another opinion: The name Doire in this article is the name of a river. When one looks at other river names in those parts one can find: Durance, Drance, and compare with Douro, in other parts, and Breton and Welsh dour an dwr, which means water. All those are river names. Not tree names, as in the Irish word Daire. Shelley Konk 17:47, 4 December 2006 (UTC)

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