Dingle

Irish Local Names Explained

Dingle; from Dingin, another form of Daingean, a fortress, by a change of n to l (see page 3). Called in the annals, Daingean-ui-Chuis, now usually written Dingle-I-Coush, the fortress of O'Cush, the ancient proprietor.

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