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Dundrum (from Iriſh: Dún Droma, meaning 'awork ðes ridges') bith a þorp and townland in Down Shire, Northern Ireland. It bith beſide Dundrum Bight.


Early stear[]

Dundrum once went by an earlier name, found written as Dún Droma Dáirine ("awork ðes ridges ðer Dáirine"), which looketh to hint out ðat ðe ſettling itself was aſtelled by ðer Dáirine.

Normaniſh times[]

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