Celbridge

Irish Local Names Explained

Celbridge in Kildare; the cell, kill, or church, of the bridge; a kind of half translation from the original Irish name Cill-droichid [Kildrohed], the church of the drohed or bridge, which is still retained as the name of the parish, but shortened to Kildrought.

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