Castleterra

Irish Local Names Explained

Castleterra in Cavan; a corruption from the Irish Cos-a'-tsiorraigh [Cussatirry], the foot (cos) of the searrach or foal. The name is accounted for by a legend about a stone with the print of a colt's foot on it.

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