Ireland vs Crannog - What's the difference?

ireland | crannog |


As a proper noun ireland

is a large island in northwest europe.

As a noun crannog is

an artificial island, used in prehistoric and medieval times in scotland and ireland for dwelling.

ireland

Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • A large island in northwest Europe.
  • A republic occupying the majority-area of the island of Ireland, with Northern Ireland occupying the rest of the island. Also known as the Republic of Ireland since 1949.
  • A family surname.
  • Synonyms

    * (island) Emerald Isle, Erin, Eire (rare), (obsolete nickname) * (both) , Eire

    Derived terms

    * Republic of Ireland * Northern Ireland

    See also

    * * * Hiberno-English

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    crannog

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    Alternative forms

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    Noun

    (en noun)
  • An artificial island, used in prehistoric and medieval times in Scotland and Ireland for dwelling.