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|GUEST,Com Seangan||Origins: Isle of Innisfree (Richard Farrelly) (125* d)||RE: Origins: Isle of Innisfree (Richard Farrelly)||22 Jan 05|
I hope that this not sound pedantic. It is not meant to be. But "Inis" in Irish is correctly pronounced Inish. LIke Inisheer (of the Aran Islannds) Inisfree really means Inis Fraoich (in Connaught Irish pronounced Inish Free) meaning the Island of heather - Inis Fraoich.