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Grifin, O’ Griffin, Ó Gríofa.   The name comes from the legendary monster ‘the gryphon’, and was often used to describe someone fierce or dangerous. The name originated in two distinct areas in Ireland...
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The surname Hanley or Hanly is the Anglicised form of the Irish name O Hainle – possibly derived from áulinn meaning beautiful. Nowadays the name is principally found in two areas, in Connacht - Counties Roscommon and Galway and in Munster...
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Hughes, McAodha, McHugh, O’ Hea, Ó hAodha.   The Hayes are descended from the Gaelic sept of the Ó hAodha, although Hayes is also a common name in England where it derives from places of the same name...
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Heally, Heeley, Hely, O’ Healihy, O’ Healy, Ó hÉilidhe.   The Healys in Ireland are descended from two different clans, the Ó hÉilídhe, from the Gaelic...
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O hEigceartaigh, O' Hegarty.   The word eigceartach means unjust. The original O’ Hegarty sept were located on the borders of the counties Donegal and Derry. A branch of this family migrated to County Cork, where the name is now most...
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ó hAonghasa.   In modern times the prefix O has been entirely dropped from the name Hennessy. The Irish of the name is O hAonghusa, meaning decendant of Aonghus or Aongus. The principal sept were found in County Offaly. Another sept had...
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Hickie, Hicky, O’ Hickee, O’ Hickey, Ó hÍceadha.   The name Hickey is the Anglicisation of the Gaelic Ó hIcidhe, from the word “iceadh” meaning ‘healer’. This name was the...
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O’ Higgins, Ó hUigín.   The vast majority of those bearing the Higgins surname today are descended from the sept of Ó hUigín which was based in the midlands. The name comes from the Gaelic...
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O’ Hogaine, O’ Hogan, O’ Hogane, Ó hÓgáin.   Ó hÓgáin comes from the Gaelic word “óg”, meaning ‘young’. The clan is descended from...
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Hughes, McAodha, McHugh, O’ Hea, Ó hAodha.   The Hayes are descended from the Gaelic sept of the Ó hAodha, although Hayes is also a common name in England where it derives from places of the same name...
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Jannings, Jennings, Jennins, Mac Sheóinín.   The Jennings clan is predominantly associated with the western province of Connacht. The name is the Anglicisation of the Gaelic name Mac Sheóinín, from the...
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The name Joyce is a true Irish one and is found primarily in Connacht. Although the name is not Gaelic, the first authentic record of the name dates back to 1283, to a Welshman who married an Irish woman O’ Brien and settled with her in County...
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Kane, Kean, Keane, O’ Kane, O’ Keane, Ó Catháin.   Ó Catháin comes from the Gaelic word “cath” which means ‘battle’. The name originated in the Lagan area of Co...
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Cavanagh, Cavanaugh, Kavanaugh, Ó Caomhánaigh.   Ó Caomhánaigh comes from the Gaelic word “Caomhánach”, which means ‘a follower of (St.) Caomhán’. The Kavanaghs are...
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Kellaher, O' Ceileachair, Keliher.   The name Kelleher is the English version of the Irish, O’ Ceileachair – meaning "overly fond of ones wife" The original Céileachar or Kelleher who was a nephew of the famous Brian Boru...
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Kelley, Kelly, O’ Kelley, O’ Kelly, Ó Ceallaigh.   Kelly is the Anglicisation of the Gaelic Ó Ceallaigh, based on the personal name “Ceallach” which can mean either...