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Type Political Subdivision

Meaning & History

Archaic name for Ballyhackamore, recorded in 1333 in a survey of the Earldom of Ulster. From a derivative of Irish cac, meaning “excrement” and denoting soft mud or slob land, and English toun, archaic and Ulster Scots spelling of “town”.
Added 2/14/2022 by portanbeag