Definition of Curraghs

1. Noun. (plural of curragh) ¹



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Definition of Curraghs

1. curragh [n] - See also: curragh

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Curraghs

curmurring
curn
curney
curnier
curniest
curns
curny
curpel
curpels
curple
curples
curr
currach
currachs
curragh
curraghs (current term)
currajong
currajongs
curran
currans
currant
currant bun
currant bush
currant jelly clot
currantlike
currants
curranty
currawong
currawongs
curred

Literary usage of Curraghs

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1. Deep-sea Fishing and Fishing Boats: An Account of the Practical Working of by Edmund William Hunt Holdsworth (1874)
"... trawling— Line and drift fisheries — " curraghs," or canvas canoes — Dingle fishermen generally industrious—Limerick to Sligo—Galway fisheries not fully ..."

2. Transactions of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society by Kilkenny Archaeological Society (1855)
"Much information as to these curraghs is collected in the 34th chapter of the 3rd part of O'Flaherty's Ogygia, which, amongst other interesting particulars, ..."

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