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The name of the townland, Clady More, is derived from the Irish Cláidigh Mhór, meaning simply 'Great Clady', after the Clady Water which divides it from the townland of Clady Beg ('Little Clady') to the east. The name of the stream signifies 'the one who washes' or 'the strong-flowing one'.
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