It is sometimes anglicised as "curragh". The construction and design of the currach are unique to the west coasts of Ireland. It is similar to the Welsh coracle , though the two originated independently. The plank-built rowing boat found on the west coast of Connacht is also called a currach or curach adhmaid "wooden currach" , and is built in a style very similar to its canvas-covered relative. Another explanation is that it comes from the Latin navis , and it has also been suggested that it derives from the Irish nae , a boat.
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