|Ua bh-Fiachrach, together with other territories not considered as of the Hy-Fiachrach at the present day].
 Hy-Fiachrach Aidhne, i.e. the inhabitants of the diocese of Kilmacduagh, which comprises the entire of the territory anciently called Aidhne—See Map of the Tract on Hy-Many.
 Cineal Guaire, i.e. the descendants of the celebrated Guaire Aidhne, King of Connaught, in the seventh century.
 Cineal Aodha, na h-Echtghe.—This was the tribe name of the O'Shaughnessys of Gort Inse Guaire, in the south-west of the county of Galway, who were called na h-Echtghe, because their country comprised a portion of the mountainous district of Sliabh Echtghe, now called Slieve Aughty, and sometimes corruptly Slieve Baughta.
 Coill Ua bh-Fiachrach. —This name, which is anglicised Killovyeragh, is still well known in the county of Galway, and applied to the north-western portion of the barony of Kiltartan. It appears by an inquisition taken at Galway in 1608, that " Killovyeragh, O'Heyne's contry, being estimated only as forty-five quarters of land, doth consist of 8640 acres, which maketh [in reality] three skore and twelve quarters."
John O'Donovan (1844)