School: Na Machairí, Tralee (roll number 16153)

Magharees, Co. Kerry

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0430, Page 074

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Páirce leasa
Beal a Cumair
An Seana Múinéar - the old meadow
Póinte garmh
Srúach bhain
Stúac no gCapall
Pairc na Frogana - the field of the frogs

The brook(?) field
Pairc na Teampall
The Stráca(?) beaga's
Páirc na gCapall - means the field of horses
Srúac na Folair - the bank of the eagles
Stúac na Teorrann
Srúac na Rathaní - the bank of the ferns
Clas garm
Cloca Dubha
Pairc na Gomain - the field of the hurlies
Pairc na gCloch
Cnocain mór - the heap of stones

Collected by
Eileen Courtney

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John Kenny
Barr na Duimhche, Co. Kerry
Barr na Duimhche

Ait Ainmneaca

Cloca Dubha
this part of a strand gets its name because it is all black stones that are there.

Cnocán Clocs
these fields got their names because there were heaps of stones there once but later on all these stones were drawn away and put in fences.

Na Páircí Beaga
these fields got their names because they are so small

Na Paircí Lár
these are fields which are in the centre