Translation according to P. W. Joyce:
Lahacroher in Galway ; Lathach-chrochair, slough or marsh of the bier: (near which, at funerals, the bearers laid down the bier to rest, and raised the keen or cry ? A usual custom). See Annaghkeenty [reproduced below].
Annaghkeenty or Annaghkeentha, near Carrick on Shannon in Leitrim; Eanach-caointe, the marsh of keening or lamentation. Probably there was a legend, which, however, I have not heard, about some tragedy; or perhaps the place was haunted by a banshee - or, as she is often called - a ban-keentha, the woman of keening or lamentation, who wails for the dead or for those about to die. Sometimes spots had names like this from the practice at funerals of laying down the coffin to have a last keen or cry before arriving at the grave. Annaghkeenty may be one of them. See Clonaneor.