Scoil: Templetown

Suíomh:
Baile an Teampaill, Co. Loch Garman
Múinteoir:
Charles D. Hearne

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Templetown | Bailiúchán na Scol

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Bailiúchán na Scol, Imleabhar 0870, Leathanach 102

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Ar an leathanach seo

(ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)

GAILLSEACH called "caulchoke"

SGEACH only name used
DUILISC a red edible seaweed
CARRAIGÍN commonly used, cure colds
DUALAMÁN kind of seaweed growing near low water
BUCCOLE ? large banner-like "wore" or seaweed beyond low-water, with long stumps.
WORE loading "wore" from strand for manure, only name used. Corresp. Ir. trioscar
BÁIRNEACH boirneuch (limpets) No other word used. Eaten by people, and for turkeys
PÍOTHÁN (piohaun) only name used. used food locally and for export

SGIAN-TRÁGHA
(SKEENTRA-A) short or broken knife used for lifting bairneacs from the rocks, word common amongst beachcombers. It is said that rats go out on the rocks at low tide, and sometimes when trying to dislodge bairneacs from the rocks the bairneac closes down on the paw and holds the rat until drowned by rising tide.

BODAC a jack crab commonly used at the Hook.
SLIS slish rocks slanting down and out into the sea, handy for landing with boat.
NOUD
a gurnet ( cnamhdán - an fear mór) hardheaded fish.

(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)
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