Tim Scott (disambiguation)

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Tim Scott (born 1965) is a United States Senator from the state of South Carolina.

Tim or Timothy Scott may also refer to:



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Brennan is an Irish surname which is an Anglicised form of two different Irish language surnames—Ó Braonáin and Ó Branáin. Historically, one source of the surname was the prominent clan Ua Braonáin (O'Brennan) of Uí Duach (Idough) in Osraige who were a junior Dál Birn sept stemming from a younger son of Cerball mac Dúnlainge (d.888). Recent surname evaluations highlighted the geographic consistency of this lineage in the barony of Idough. However, based on the ultimate authority of Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh they are out of Ui Dhuinn (O’Dunn) and, therefore, an Uí Failghi tribe, not Osraige. While it is clearly apparent that O’Hart’s pedigree is erroneous, it is suggested that Ó Cléirigh probably became confused while transcribing from Mac Fhirbhisigh. This is echoed by the modern scholar, Bart Jaski.

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Michael or Mike Ryan may refer to:

Timothy, Timmy, or Tim Brown may refer to:

Clancy is an Irish name coming from the Gaelic Mac Fhlannchaidh/Mac Fhlannchadha, meaning "Son of the red/ruddy warrior", or as a hypocorism for Clarence.

Tim, Timmy, or Timothy Ryan may refer to:

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Timmy</span> Given name most often associated with males

Timmy, or sometimes Timmie, is a masculine name, a short form of Timothy or Tim. This variation is popular as a nickname and is commonly used when someone is young, but is often used in adulthood. It is a version of the Greek name Τιμόθεος (Timόtheos) meaning "one who honours God", from τιμή "honour" and θεός "god". Tim is a common name in several countries.

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Dillon is an Irish surname of Breton origin, descending from a cadet branch of Viscomte de Leon in Northern Brittany. It first appeared in Ireland with the arrival of Sir Henry de Leon, Prince John's secretary in 1185. Sir Henry married Maud de Courcy, daughter of Sir John de Courcy and Affrica Guðrøðardóttir. Awarded large tracts of land by in Meath and Westmeath, one of the Dillons’ first Mott & Baileys can still be found at Dunnamona before the establishment of stone structures such as Portlick Castle.

Pat Ryan may refer to:

The English-language surname Healy is in use by three separate ancestral lines of people from Ireland.

Timothy Murphy may refer to:

O'Gorman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Timothy (given name)</span> Given name most often associated with males

Timothy is a masculine name. It is a version of the Greek name Τιμόθεος (Timόtheos) meaning "one who honours God", from τιμή "honour" and θεός "god". Timothy is a common name in several countries.

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Burke is an Anglo-Norman Irish surname, deriving from the ancient Anglo-Norman and Hiberno-Norman noble dynasty, the House of Burgh. In Ireland, the descendants of William de Burgh had the surname de Burgh which was gaelicised in Irish as de Búrca and over the centuries became Búrc then Burke and Bourke.

English is an English surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Paul Kelly may refer to:

Timothy Allen is an English photographer and filmmaker.

Kearney or Kearneys is an Irish surname.

Keegan is an Anglicisation of the Irish clan name Mac Aodhagáin. The name means "son of Aodhagán". In North America the name is most often given to boys, but has gradually become unisex.