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[Ir. cathair, stone fort; chonraoí].

Iron-age stone fort on a 2,050-foot promontory, in the Sliab Mis [Slieve Mish] mountains, Dingle peninsula, Co. Kerry, 8 miles SW of Tralee. The name of the fortress is thought to allude to Cú Roí. According to an oft-told story, Cú Roí was betrayed by his wife Bláithíne to Cúchulainn at Cahirconree.

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