Lecale

Irish Local Names Explained

Lecale, barony of, in Down; Leth-Chathail [Lecahil], (Four Masters), Cathal's half. Cathal was a chief who flourished about the year 700, and in a division of territory, this district was assigned to him, and took his name.

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