[duhn lair-uh] /dʌn ˈlɛər ə/

a seaport in E Republic of Ireland, near Dublin.
/duːn ˈlɪərɪ/
a port in E Republic of Ireland, on Dublin Bay. Pop: 24 447 (2002) Former names (until 1821) Dunleary, (1821–1921) Kingstown


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