cairéal

m., gen. chairéil quarry Common Compounds Páirc an chairéil = Quarry Field Examples Páirc an Chairéil, Decies-within-Drum, Co. Waterford1 Footnotes 1 logainm.ie

caisir

see also caitheamh fallow land or land left to nature1 Anglicized spelling coshier, caushier Examples Caushier, Cramersgrove, Co. Kilkenny 1 John Doyle, p. 21

caitheamh

m. wasteland Common compounds caitheamh siar = Western wasteland/ field that was neglected Examples Caitheamh Siar, Ruthstown, Co. Kilkenny

carrán

m. scurvy-grass; “rough land”1 1 O’Kelly, p. 69.

cill

f. 1. church, 2. church yard Etymology From Latin cella = a hermit’s cell1 Anglicized spelling Kil, kill Note “Kill Field” can be a corrupted pronounciation and refer to Kiln Field. 1 MacBain’s Dictionary

cillín

m. burial ground for unbaptized children and corpses with unknown identity/ religion

clais

f. trench, furrow Anglicized spelling clash, closh Examples Closh an Eyeshing (=Cláis an Aifrinn1), Ruthstown, Co. Kilkenny 1 O’Kelly

cnoc

m. hill Anglicized spelling knock, nock Examples The Knocks, Bannow Bay, Wexford; The Nock, The Little Lane, Ballycushlane Little, Wexford

coill

f. wood; forest Anglicized spelling kill, kyle Examples Kyledangain, Cramersgrove, Co. Kilkenny

coimín

m. common; common pasture spelling variations cimín