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- proper noun Village on the
Dinglepeninsula in northwest County Kerry, Ireland.
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Local villages still principally known as Ballydavid, Castlegregory and Ventry are now called only Baile na nGall, Caislean Ghriaire and Ceann Tra...
Martin Hayes The 45-year-old fiddler from Caher in Ireland's rural East Clare has been doing precisely that for the past dozen years with Chicago guitarist Dennis Cahill, 53, whose parents came from Ballydavid in Kerry.
I am a frequent visitor to the Kerry Gaeltacht and it is true that many locals would refer to Baile na nGall or Ceann Tra as Ballydavid or Ventry, even as Gaeilge.
'Surely you are not going to Ballydavid,' she said, 'at such an hour of a night like this.'
Paul Lane (25) has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to the murder of his father Counsel Michael O'Higgins told the jury Paul Lane, with an address at Ballydavid, Littelton,
There was a man -- the brother of the man you were talking to when the girls were dancing -- was married to a widow had a public-house away to the west of Ballydavid, and he was out fishing for mackerel, and he got a great haul of them; then he filled his canoe too full, so that she was down to the edge in the water, and a wave broke into her when they were near the shore, and she went down under them.