[ Irish. kon-uhkht, -uht ]
/ Irish. ˈkɒn əxt, -ət /
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Irish name of Connaught.
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Words nearby Connacht
conlanger, con maestà, con man, con moto, conn, Connacht, connate, connatural, Connaught, Conneaut, connect
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How to use Connacht in a sentence
For the original, see my "Religious Songs of Connacht," vol.
For the text of this story, see "Religious Songs of Connacht," vol.
The Connachta are the people who give their name to the province of Connacht.The Latin & Irish Lives of Ciaran|Anonymous
He had got Sabina cheap—cheap even by the standard of wages which prevails in Connacht.The Simpkins Plot|George A. Birmingham
For the original of the following piece, see "Religious Songs of Connacht," vol.
British Dictionary definitions for Connacht
/ (ˈkɒnət) /
a province and ancient kingdom of NW Republic of Ireland: consists of the counties of Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon, and Sligo. Pop: 464 296 (2002). Area: 17 122 sq km (6611 sq miles)
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