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The Irish name Macha na gCab and the anglicised name Beennabrack have very different meanings. It seems unlikely that they originally referred to the same feature. An Seabhac gives the name Binn na mBroc ('peak of the badgers') for this hill (TCCD, 1
Beennabrack is the 260th highest summit in Ireland. Beennabrack is the most southerly summit in the Brandon Group area. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/273/