Cushendun

Irish Local Names Explained

Cushendun in Antrim; called by the (Four Masters), Bun-abhann-Duine, the end, i. e. the mouth of the river Dun; this was afterwards changed to Cois-abhann-Duine [Cush-oun-Dunny] by the substitution of Cois, the foot or end for Bun.

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