balla cragga

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06:57 Aug 20, 2001
Gaelic to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Gaelic term or phrase: balla cragga
balla means stone in gaelic. what does cragga mean? it is the name of a house that we stayed at in Maine. Thank you.
sally waugh


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naballa cragga
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balla cragga


Explanation:
'Balla' means "wall' and 'creaga' in Irish Gaelic means 'stones' so 'balla cragga' probably means 'stone wall'


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