Bailte Fearainn Chluain Daimh / Clonduff Townland Names
Ballycoshone Lower, Ballycoshone Upper, Baile Cois Abhann "townland beside a river"
Ballygorian Beg, Baile Ó gCorraín Beag "Curreens'/Currans' townland (little)"
Ballygorian More, Baile Ó gCorraín Mór, "Curreens'/Currans' townland (great)"
Ballykeel, Baile Caol, "narrow townland"
Ballymaghery, Baile na Machaire, "townland of the plain"
Ballynagappoge, Baile na gCopóg, "townland of the dockens"
Ballynanny, Baile an Eanaigh, "townland of the marsh"
Ballyweely, Baile Mhaoile (?)"townland of the bare or round hill/summit"
Cabragh, An Chabrach, "rough/bad land (?)"
Carcullion, Carr an Chuilinn, "rugged place of the holly"
Cavan, Cabhán, "round/small hill (?)"
Cleomack, Of uncertain origin, - The Irish spelling Cliumac respects the sound and probably the meaning however.
Drumbonniff, Droim Banbh, "ridge of the suckling pigs"
Drumnascamph, Dromainn na Scamhthaí (?, "ridge/hillock of the bare patch of rocks"
Goward, Guthard (?), "resounding height"
Islandmoyle, An tOileán Maol, "the bare island"
Kinghill, Caomhchoill, "pleasant wood"
Leitrim, Liatroim, "grey ridge"
Lenish, Leithinis, "half-island/peninsula"
Leode, Leathfhód, (?), "sloping strip of ground"
Lisnamulligan, Lios Uí Mhaoileagáin, "Mulligan's fort"
Mullaghmore, An Mullach Mór, "the great top/summit"
Stang, An Stang, also Baile na Stainge, "the stang"
Tamary, Teamhraigh, "conspicious/elevated place"