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  • Belfast [r]: The capital of Northern Ireland and the second-largest city on the island of Ireland. [e]
  • British Empire [r]: The worldwide domain controlled by Britain from its origins about 1600 [e]
  • Connachta [r]: A group of early Irish dynasties who gave their name to the province of Connacht. [e]
  • Connacht [r]: Western province of Ireland. [e]
  • Counties of Ireland [r]: Traditional and local government subdivisions of the island of Ireland. [e]
  • Dublin [r]: "The capital city of Ireland, which has had several other cities and towns named after it." [e]
  • Gaelic football [r]: A form of football that is very popular in Ireland [e]
  • Ireland (island) [r]: An island to the west coast of Great Britain, comprising the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. [e]
  • Ireland (state) [r]: Republic (population c. 4.2 million; capital Dublin) comprising about 85% of the Atlantic island of Ireland, west of Great Britain. [e]
  • Irish Free State [r]: Dominion of the British Empire between 1922-1948. Formed following the ratification of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, ended with the declaration of the Republic of Ireland in 1948. [e]
  • Laigin [r]: A population group of early Ireland who gave their name to the province of Leinster. [e]
  • Munster [r]: South-western province of Ireland. [e]
  • Old Norse [r]: North Germanic language that was spoken by inhabitants of Scandinavia and inhabitants of their overseas settlements during the Viking Age, until about 1300. [e]
  • Oliver Cromwell [r]: (1599-1658) English soldier, statesman, and leader of the Puritan revolution, nicknamed "Old Ironsides". [e]
  • Province [r]: Territorial unit, almost always an administrative division, within a country or state. [e]
  • Ptolemy [r]: (2nd century AD) Egyptian astronomer and geographer whose main work, the Almagest, a compendium of contemporary astronomical knowledge, was in use into the 15th century. [e]
  • Ulaid [r]: A people of prehistoric and early historical Ireland, who gave their name to the province of Ulster. [e]
  • Ulster Volunteer Force [r]: The name of one, and possibly two separate, loyalist paramilitary forces in Northern Ireland near the beginning and end of the twentieth century. [e]
  • Ulster [r]: The northernmost of the four provinces of Ireland. [e]