(An Forrach Mór)
In folklore it is said that the places for the collection of Tithes and Dues, were known as Forrach, meaning, place of assembly or baptism, where disputes were resolved, affiliations with borders established and legal issues, decided upon. The place of assembly was at a place where old routes and pathways intersected. (There are 6 roads coming into Narraghmore.)
The Anglicisation of An Forrach Mór into N-orragh mor, Narraghmore came about during the Norman invasion of Ireland. There has been a pub, grocery and hardware in Narraghmore (An Forrach Mór) since at least early 1900s.