Synonyms for slievemargy or Related words with slievemargy

killabban              upperwoods              offerlane              clonlisk              clankee              clarmallagh              kildrumsherdan              ballyadams              kilmanman              tiaquin              drumgoon              abbeyleix              clonmacnowen              clandonagh              knockbride              tinnahinch              kilflyn              enniskeen              dysartgallen              ballybritt              cullenagh              ballymachugh              tullygarvey              rathaspick              ballymahon              ballynamona              rearymore              castlerahan              castlebrack              ballynamuddagh              aghancon              glenquin              noughaval              lisduff              ballynaclogh              cloonclare              ballyboy              coshlea              ballinree              shrule              rathsaran              bailieborough              kilconnell              killosolan              glenahiry              rosconnell              clonlonan              ballynakill              kilbegnet              aghamore             

Examples of "slievemargy"
The Redistribution of Seats Act 1885 defined the division as including the Baronies of Ballyadams, Cullenagh, Maryborough East, Slievemargy, and Stradbally, and part of the Barony of Portnahinch.
Idrone West barony is bordered to the southeast by Idrone East; to the northeast by Carlow; (both the preceding baronies are also in County Carlow); to the west by Gowran and Fassadinin, County Kilkenny; and to the northwest by Slievemargy, County Laois.
Carlow barony is bordered to the east by Rathvilly; to the southeast by Forth; to the south by Idrone East; to the southeast by Idrone West (all the preceding baronies are also in County Carlow); to the north by Kilkea and Moone, County Kildare; and to the northwest by Slievemargy, County Laois.
When the Uí Bairrche had returned to Leinster, they moved to "Slíabh Mairge" (Slievemargy), in what is today the south-east corner of County Laois, as well as parts of County Carlow and County Kilkenny. The kindred still had a prominent position; the mother of Diarmait mac Cerbaill (died 565), the last High King of Ireland inaugurated according to the traditional Gaelic pagan rites, was Corbach, daughter of Maine, a member of the Uí Bairrche. A notable king of the age was Cormac mac Diarmata, whom many Christian hagiographies associated with their rivals the Uí Cheinnselaig or the Osaraighe; such as that of Abbán and Cainnech of Aghaboe; paint him as pillaging monasteries and the like. Cormac and his brother Crimthann are also described as being in conflict with Finnian of Clonard. Cormac was closely associated with Comgall and gave him some lands, before retiring to become a monk at Bangor.