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Cornafannoge, County Fermanagh

Origin

Ir. Corr na bhFeannóg [korr na vanog] ‘round hill of the grey/scald crows’.

Background

On E bank of Tempo river, 9.5km E of Enniskillen

par: Aghavea bar: Magherastephana

Cornafannoge has given name to CORNAFANNOGE LOUGH which is partly in this townland and partly in the neighbouring townland of DRUMLONE[Cornafenoge 1751].

References

McKay, P. (2007): A Dictionary of Ulster Place-Names, p. 47

Additional Information

(sometimes Cornafanog)

Historical name form

Old FormRef. DateReference
(?)gortkennady (next Lough Eyes)1609Esch. Co. Map 8 M''stephana
(?)Gortogenedy (M~S~ W of Colebrooke r)1672cHib. Del. Fermanagh
Cornafenoge1751Reg. Free. Fer. 19
~Corr na bhFeannóg ""round hill of the scald crows""1834cJ O'D (OSNB) 52 B115
Cornafannoge (371 ft;Cornafanogue p.17)1835OSM iv 17
~Cor-na-bhfeannóg ""round hill of the scaldcrows""1913Joyce iii 258
~Corr na bhFeannóg1989GÉ 208
Corr na bhFeannóg "" round hill of the scaldcrows""1999Cel. Ulst. Tds 16
~Corr na bhFeannóg ""round hill of the grey/scald c1999Dict. Ulst. PN 47
Corr na bhFeannóg ""round hill of the grey or hoode2002Fer. Bilingual Map PMcK
Barony
Magherastephana
Parish
Aghavea
Parish in 1851
Aghavea
Townland
None
Place name ID
9394
Place name type
T