Leitrim


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Leitrim

(ˈliːtrɪm)
n
(Placename) a county of N Republic of Ireland in Connacht province, on Donegal Bay: agricultural. County town: Carrick-on-Shannon. Pop: 25 799 (2002). Area: 1525 sq km (589 sq miles)
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Lei•trim

(ˈli trɪm)
n.
a county in Connaught province, in N Republic of Ireland. 27,000; 589 sq. mi. (1526 sq. km).
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