Of the cake Everyone in the house lit one of the candles that had been lit on the cake, and the first candle was lit and extinguished, and it was said that it was he and her who were the first to die. Explanatory Notes About Geographical Names Section Annotations Scholars Meaning of Place Names Year Month Day The Toponymics Section staff add explanatory notes to various entries in the Irish Place Names Database and are of interest to those interested in place names.
Annotations are usually added to place names with Latest Mailing Database specific characteristics, and can be seen below the original version of the place name, if they exist, as shown in the image below. There are a number of annotations showing the traces of Renaissance scholars on the names of countries, especially in the Irish version. For example, , has been called for many years, although the name has no historical basis. Another example is Wicklow, where í has been on the logo for many years, although evidence of the historical origin of that version is lacking.
In the Irish Times on , Professor Osborne Berkin published a letter in which he explained that the í version had no historical basis. This is the end of the letter, In conclusion, medieval Irish scholars know of a place called ú, which is located at the mouth of an estuary in the south of County Dublin and the north of County Wicklow. I don't know of any ancient authority for the name í. Note The Renaissance influenced two major towns in Colorado. and Tipperary, ie and , known in the twentieth century as and , respectively. There are discrepancies between the origins of some place names in Irish and English, and there are quite a few notes at.