Synonyms for ballymorin or Related words with ballymorin

castlelost              kilbixy              clonfad              castleconor              kilmacshalgan              ballynahown              piercetown              templetogher              drumraney              killare              kilmacnevan              kilglass              killinane              kineagh              glashare              killaan              ballymacwilliam              killanummery              islandikane              aghanagh              rathconnell              cornamucklagh              clonmacnowen              fartullagh              rathaspick              kilcommock              kilshalvy              drumcolumb              kilcooly              toomour              killosolan              tiaquin              killoscobe              keeloge              noughaval              killulagh              killogilleen              ballingaddy              inishlounaght              kilbegnet              kilquane              rathbaun              derradda              kinvarradoorus              kilmacduane              borrisnafarney              kilmactranny              tullabracky              lakyle              slievemargy             



Examples of "ballymorin"
Ballymorin civil parish comprises 11 townlands: Ballymorin, Cappaghjuan, Clonymurtagh, Corr, Dalystown, Killeenerk, Lenamore, Newbristy North, Newbristy South, Rathcarra and Tobercormick.
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Piercetown to the north, Ballymorin to the south–east, Killare to the south–west and Forgney (County Longford) to the west.
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Ballymorin and Rathconrath to the north, Churchtown to the east, Ardnurcher, or Horseleap and Castletownkindalen to the south and Killare to the west.
Ballymorin is one of 9 civil parishes in the barony of Rathconrath in the Province of Leinster. The civil parish covers .
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Templepatrick to the north, Ballymorin to the north–east, Conry to the east, Ardnurcher, or Horseleap to the south–east, Kilcumreragh to the south–west and Ballymore to the west.
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Kilmacnevan to the north and east, Templeoran to the east, Churchtown and Mullingar to the south–east, Ballymorin and Conry to the south–west and Piercetown to the north–west.
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Kilmacnevan to the north, Rathconrath to the east, Ballymorin to the south, Templepatrick to the south–west and Abbeyshrule and Forgney (both County Longford) to the north–west.