Lough Ramor (Irish: Loch Ramhar) is a large natural lake of 741 hectares situated near Virginia, County Cavan. From early records Vita Tripartita identified as being in the territory of Cenal Muinreamhair. The literal meaning of the term Muinreamhair is 'fat-neck' and appears to be derived from a prehistoric or mythical ancestor warrior, connoting great strength. Loch Muinreamhair also appears in early manuscripts of the Four Masters. Lough Ramor has been designated as a proposed Natural Heritage Area (pNHA) and flows into the Blackwater which is a designated as a Special Area of Conservation under the Natura 2000 wildlife habitat conservation programme (site code 002299)<>.

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  • Lough Ramor (Irish: Loch Ramhar) is a large natural lake of 741 hectares situated near Virginia, County Cavan. From early records Vita Tripartita identified as being in the territory of Cenal Muinreamhair. The literal meaning of the term Muinreamhair is 'fat-neck' and appears to be derived from a prehistoric or mythical ancestor warrior, connoting great strength. Loch Muinreamhair also appears in early manuscripts of the Four Masters. Lough Ramor has been designated as a proposed Natural Heritage Area (pNHA) and flows into the Blackwater which is a designated as a Special Area of Conservation under the Natura 2000 wildlife habitat conservation programme (site code 002299)<>. (en)
  • Lough Ramor (Loch Ramhar) est un grand lac naturel de 741 hectares situé près de Virginia, Comté de Cavan. D'après des renseignements récents, Vita Tripartita (La Vie Tripartite de St. Patrick) l'a identifié comme faisant partie du territoire de Cenal Muinreamhair. La signification de Muinreamhair, « cou gras » ('fat-neck') semble être dérivée d'un ancêtre guerrier préhistorique ou mythique, avec une connotation de grande force. Loch Muinreamhair figure aussi dans d'anciens manuscrits des Annales des Quatre maîtres (Annals of the Four Masters). Le FC, depuis 2011, a placé Lough Ramor dans une zone de protection spéciale (Special Protection Area (SPA)) comprenant également la Blackwater et la rivière Boyne, relevant du programme de conservation de la vie sauvage Natura 2000. (fr)
  • Lough Ramor (irl. Loch Ramhar) – naturalny zbiornik wodny o powierzchni około 800 ha położony w pobliżu miasta Virginia, w hrabstwie Cavan w Irlandii. Jezioro wzięło nazwę od imienia lokalnego bóstwa Miramar (dosłownie irlandzkie tłumaczenie: tłusty kark), wczesne źródła odwołują się do nazwy Loch Muinreamhair. (pl)
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  • Lough Ramor (Irish: Loch Ramhar) is a large natural lake of 741 hectares situated near Virginia, County Cavan. From early records Vita Tripartita identified as being in the territory of Cenal Muinreamhair. The literal meaning of the term Muinreamhair is 'fat-neck' and appears to be derived from a prehistoric or mythical ancestor warrior, connoting great strength. Loch Muinreamhair also appears in early manuscripts of the Four Masters. Lough Ramor has been designated as a proposed Natural Heritage Area (pNHA) and flows into the Blackwater which is a designated as a Special Area of Conservation under the Natura 2000 wildlife habitat conservation programme (site code 002299)<>. (en)
  • Lough Ramor (Loch Ramhar) est un grand lac naturel de 741 hectares situé près de Virginia, Comté de Cavan. D'après des renseignements récents, Vita Tripartita (La Vie Tripartite de St. Patrick) l'a identifié comme faisant partie du territoire de Cenal Muinreamhair. La signification de Muinreamhair, « cou gras » ('fat-neck') semble être dérivée d'un ancêtre guerrier préhistorique ou mythique, avec une connotation de grande force. Loch Muinreamhair figure aussi dans d'anciens manuscrits des Annales des Quatre maîtres (Annals of the Four Masters). Le FC, depuis 2011, a placé Lough Ramor dans une zone de protection spéciale (Special Protection Area (SPA)) comprenant également la Blackwater et la rivière Boyne, relevant du programme de conservation de la vie sauvage Natura 2000. (fr)
  • Lough Ramor (irl. Loch Ramhar) – naturalny zbiornik wodny o powierzchni około 800 ha położony w pobliżu miasta Virginia, w hrabstwie Cavan w Irlandii. Jezioro wzięło nazwę od imienia lokalnego bóstwa Miramar (dosłownie irlandzkie tłumaczenie: tłusty kark), wczesne źródła odwołują się do nazwy Loch Muinreamhair. (pl)
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