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Castle name first appears in writing as Bouchmorale in 1451. Formed from a combination of Old Irish both (“hut, bothy, cot; cabin”) and an uncertain second element. The second element may be Pictish, equivalent to Welsh mawr (“large”) + Welsh iâl (“pastureland”).
- A castle and associated estate in Aberdeenshire council area, Scotland, that is a private residence of the British sovereign (OS grid ref NO2595).
- 1947 January and February, O. S. Nock, “"The Aberdonian" in Wartime”, in Railway Magazine, page 8:
- As we climbed the Marykirk Bank Ogilvie spoke of the passes leading over to Deeside, and of the Royal deer forests around Balmoral; then, with mingled pride and modesty, he added, "I've driven the King seven times."
- A suburb of Galashiels, Scottish Borders council area, Scotland (OS grid ref NT4836). 
From Irish Baile Mhóireil, baile + mór, from Old Irish mór (“big, great”)).
- A suburban area in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
- Balmoral Castle on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- Balmoral (District Electoral Area) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
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