Corkaguiny

Irish Local Names Explained

Corkaguiny, barony of, in Kerry; Corca-Duibhne (divny: The Topographical Poems of O'Dugan and O'Heerin], the race (corca) of Duibhne, son of Carbery Musc, who was son of Conary II., king of Ireland from A.D. 158 to 165. D changed to g: see page 4.

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