Connacht at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:
Province (pop. 1993: 433,000), NW Ireland. An ancient native kingdom, it was Christianized by St. Patrick in the 5th cent. Dominated from the 11th cent. by the O'Connors of Roscommon, it endured an Anglo-Norman invasion in the 12th cent. It is composed of the counties of Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Rosecommon, and Sligo.
Connacht at English (WD) Of Explained:
Inter: wikipedi » a
Alternative forms* Connaught
EtymologyFrom Inter: etyl » ga or Inter: etyl » sga Inter: term » Connacht, genitive form of Inter: term » Connachta||Connacht.
Proper nounInter: en-proper nou » n
TranslationsInter: trans-top » province in Ireland
Inter: trans-mi » d
Inter: trans-botto » m
Category: Category:en:Ireland -
Proper nounInter: head » ga|proper noun form|g=f|g2=p
Proper nounInter: head » sga|proper noun form|g=f|g2=p
Translation: de » Connacht
Translation: zh » Connacht