Description and Geography
A hill that connects the Dugald Aisle with Taillteann. You can enter this area through the Ulaid Forest of Dugald Aisle. It is surrounded by steep mountains and hills, and is a throughway to Tailiteann.
Cuilin Residential Town is located near the northernmost part of Sliab Cuilin.
The Stone Quarry at the southernmost point of Sliab Cuilin can be Mined for:
Areas of Interest
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- Sliab Cuilin is a combination of the words Irish words sliabh (meaning mountain, sometimes moor) and cúilín (itself a combination of cúil meaning nook and the diminutive -ín).
- Together, they would mean Mountain of the Little Nook/Little Nook Mountain.
- Alternatively, Cuilin could be cuileann (meaning holly tree). However none of the many trees in this area are explicitly holly.
- Sliab Cuilin likely comes from the real-world Sliabh gCuillinn.
- The real-world mountain is sometimes thought to be named after the mythological smith Culann or the warrior named after him, Cú Chulainn (hound of Culann).