One day two chieftains named Clancey came to Glenade from Dartry. When they came to the boundary between carraduff and maugheramore a small stream attracted their notice. The stream ran down from the mountains and when it reached the mearing between Barraduff and Uaugheramore it formed two smaller streams. One half of it ran down the hill and the other upwards until it lost itself in Glenade Lake. The men then named this valley "Glenade," because they concluded that the two streams quarreled and then parted from each other in a fit of jealousy.