Knocksouna

Irish Local Names Explained

Knocksouna near Kilmallock in Limerick; written in the Book of Lismore, Cnoc-Samhna [Souna], the hill of Samhuin [Sowan or Savin], the first of November, which was kept as a festival by the pagan Irish. See Origin and History of Irish Names of Places, p. 194.

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