- Quelle www.tara.tcd.ie/bitstream/2262/3921/1/jssisiVolXII263_294.pdf
LAGHT is from the Irish leacht, "a grave" or "pile of stones" in memory of the dead." There are three Townlands named LAGHT, and this word forms part of the name of many others, as Laghtane, leachtan, " little grave or monument." The Manx for "a grave" is lhiaght, as Lhiaghtny-Foawr, " grave of the giant.
- Lach, Loch, Lache, Lacha
- Querverweis, siehe dazu auch Lach unter Ortsnamen