"Knockaloe Moar (Great Knockaloe) is mentioned in the Manorial Roll of 1515. The first part -Knock is an early Manx form for hill. According to J.J.Kneen, the second part of the name is from Allowe's (Olaf or Olane). Two quarterlands distinguished by "moar and beg" (big and little)"
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