Synonyms for coshlea or Related words with coshlea

coshma              glenquin              smallcounty              kilmallock              tiaquin              shanid              clankee              ballynaclogh              glennamaddy              kenry              pubblebrien              rathkeale              ballynamuddagh              clonmacnowen              clonlisk              kilmoylan              slievardagh              ballynakill              kildrumsherdan              dunkellin              cloonclare              enniskeen              kilcornan              tullygarvey              ballymoe              knockainy              trughanacmy              uregare              killanummery              drumahaire              rosclogher              carrigallen              templetogher              ballynamona              bailieborough              rossinver              coolestown              slievemargy              tirerrill              drumgoon              ballybritt              castlerahan              kilcolman              tullabracky              mountbellew              kilflyn              killosolan              cornamucklagh              kilkerrin              kilbegnet             

Examples of "coshlea"
In 1841, an estimation of the extent of the kingdom was undertaken by John O'Donovan and Eugene Curry"The principality of Thomond, generally called the Country of the Dal-Cais, comprised the entire of the present Co. of Clare, the Parishes of Iniscaltra and Clonrush in the County of Galway, the entire of Ely O'Carroll, the Baronies of Ikerrin, Upper and Lower Ormond, Owney and Arra, and somewhat more than the western half of the Barony of Clanwilliam in the County of Tipperary; the Baronies of Owenybeg, Coonagh and Clanwilliam, and the eastern halves of the Baronies of Small County and Coshlea in the County of Limerick."
Fermoy (; formerly also Armoy) is a barony in County Cork in Ireland. It is bordered by the baronies of Orrery and Kilmore to the north-west; Duhallow to the west; Barretts to the south-west; Barrymore to the south; Condons and Clangibbon to the east; and Coshlea, County Limerick to the north. It is bounded to the south by the Nagle Mountains and the valley of the Munster Blackwater. The Ballyhoura Mountains mark the northern boundary. A tributary of the Blacckwater, the Awbeg has two branches in its upper stretches; one branch forms the northern boundary while the other near Buttevant, forms the western limit. To the east, lies another Blackwater tributary, the Funcheon. Anomalously, the namesake town of Fermoy is actually in the barony of Condons and Clangibbon. The town with the greatest population in the barony is Mallow (8578 people per Census of 2006).