County Wicklow, Cill Mhantáin in Irish, draws its name from the ‘Church of the Mantan’. The name comes from a legend which says St Patrick and his followers were attacked by locals, and one person from the group had a tooth knocked out in a fight. When he returned to the area to establish a church, he was referred to as ‘toothless one’– Mantáin. The name ‘Wicklow’ may have come from the Viking word ‘Vykengelo’, meaning ‘meadow of the Vikings’.
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Cill Mhantáin, Wicklow