Synonyms for clogrenan or Related words with clogrenan

mullanacross              boherroe              ballinphull              knockacappul              ballygarvey              drumgill              ballycollin              doondonnell              ballyscanlan              glascloon              baunoge              ballincarroona              peppardstown              bawnoges              jerpointabbey              shanavally              tullyrain              islandboy              coolgarrow              kilnagross              carrownurlar              laghile              balfeaghan              dawros              garryglass              kilmucklin              killoskehan              cuilleen              aghakilmore              magorban              tonbaun              garraunykee              straduff              coolnahinch              murreagh              lisnageeragh              siddan              kilvoydan              knockcor              tullowcreen              cloydagh              knoppoge              lissanisky              derryad              ballyduhig              garranamanagh              westpalstown              haystown              kilmakevoge              keeloge             

Examples of "clogrenan"
The Clogrenan Formation is a geologic formation in Ireland. It preserves fossils dating back to the Carboniferous period.
Dunmore Cave () is a limestone solutional cave in Ballyfoyle, County Kilkenny, Ireland. It is formed in Lower Carboniferous (Viséan) limestone of the Clogrenan Formation. It is a show cave open to the public, particularly well known for its rich archaeological discoveries and for being the site of a Viking massacre in 928.
Carew's claim became complicated when it appeared to encroach upon the possession and authority of the Butler family, an Anglo-Norman dynasty with wide influence in Ireland, whose principal was Sir Thomas Butler, 10th Earl of Ormond. Butler's younger brother, Edmund, held the castle of Clogrenan a few miles north of Leighlin – it had been seized from the Kavanaghs by his father – and in protest at this encroachment, which he expected would extend to his own lands, he launched an attack on Carew, who retaliated by storming Clogrenan and seizing it with little difficulty. The land seizure caused great disquiet locally and eventually led to the Butler Wars, which contributed to a wider insurrection, the first of the Desmond Rebellions.