There was not a handsomer or a better lad in Connemara, and it was for that the queen chose him.
Where is the bit of new rope, Cathleen, was bought in Connemara?
He certainly lived in a house properly so called; not a house in the Irish meaning of the word, which includes a Connemara cabin.
Aran brings its turf from Connemara and carries them limestone in exchange.
Back to the Connemara, through a moving population of native men returning from the races.
The sceptre of Connemara has passed away from the ancient dynasty.
I write of a literature which has its natural centre in Dublin, not in Connemara; which looks eastward, not westward.
For five thrilling minutes he enjoyed the best time he had had since he left Connemara.
In June and July the sixty beds of the fever hospital were filled, principally with the fugitives from Connemara.
By the way, it would be unpardonable to quit Connemara without recording its "potheen."