Toland is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
O'Kelly is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
The surname McArdle or MacArdle was the twelfth most numerous in its homeland of County Monaghan in 1970. The surname in Irish is MacArdghail, from ardghal, meaning 'high valour' or from the Irish "ardghail" meaning "tall foreigner" with roots "ard" meaning "tall" and "gail" meaning "foreigner", indicative of their original ancestor being a Viking or from Viking stock. The surname is also common in County Armagh and County Louth.
McManus is an Irish surname. It is derived from the Irish Gaelic "Mac Mághnais", in modern Irish "McMaghnuis" which means "Son of Magnus". Its earlier origin is from the Latin "magnus", meaning "great". The Normans used it to honour Charlemange (742–814), as Carolus Magnus. Variant spellings of the name include MacManus, Manus and MacManners. The English form, Moyne, is also found in Ulster. In Scotland it is a sept of Clan Colquhoun.
McCaffrey, sometimes spelled Caffrey or McCaffery, is an Irish surname. It is found mostly in the Counties Fermanagh, Monaghan, Cavan and Tyrone in the north west of Ireland. Ballymccaffrey is a townland outside Tempo in county Fermanagh. The surname is an Anglicised form of the Gaelic names Mac Gafraidh, Mac Gofraidh, which mean "son of Gafraidh", "son of Gofraidh". The Gaelic names are forms of the Old Norse Guðfróðr. Notable people with the surname include:
Mulrooney is a surname of Irish origin. The name may refer to:
Murtagh is an Irish surname, and may refer to:
Kelleher is an anglicized spelling of the Irish surname derived from Ó Céileachair, meaning "descendant of Céileachar"; Céileachar as a personal name means "spouse-loving", "companion dear", or "lover of company". Other anglicized spellings include "Kelliher", "Kellegher" and "Keller".
Cosgrave is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Coughlan is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Durkin is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Cowell is a surname with multiple origins.
Drennan is a surname of Irish origin and is derived from the Gaelic Ó Draighnáin, meaning "grandson of blackthorn". Variant spellings include Drennen, Drinan, Drinnan, Drinnon, Drynan, Thornton (Anglicized) and Drennon.
Coyne is a surname of Irish origin anglicised from the Gaelic Ó Cadhain meaning "descendant of Cadhan".
McMenamin is an Irish surname. In ancient Gaelic it was shorter, Meanma, a word meaning courageous or high spirited. It originated in Co. Donegal in the 13th century and the Meanma’s were a warrior branch of the O'Donnells of Tyrconnell (Donegal), who were the "chieftains of Fanad" a large territory in Donegal. Notable people with the surname include:
McAdam or MacAdam is a Scottish Gaelic clan which originated as a branch of Clan Gregor. As a surname it is most prominent in the Galloway and Ayrshire regions of Scotland. Some of their descendants are also to be found in Ireland, the United States, Australia and Canada.
Carney is an Irish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
The family name Reagan, and its cognates Regan, O'Regan, O Regan, O'Reagan, is an Anglicized form of the Irish surname Ó Riagáin or Ó Ríogáin, from Ua Riagáin. The meaning is likely to originate in ancient Gaelic from ri "sovereign, king" and the diminutive -in, "the king's child", transliterating as "little king"
Towey is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Rigney is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: