The name Coyne in Ireland is derived from the native Gaelic O'Cadhain Sept, taken from a Gaelic word meaning 'wild goose'. The main Sept was located in the Province of Connaught and especially in County Mayo where the name is still prominent. Variants include Kyne, Kilcoyne and Barnacle.
Origen: Irlandés. Irish names tend to vary widely in their spelling and overall form. The original Gaelic form of the name Coyne is O Cadhain, from the word cadhan, which means wild goose. Kilcoyne, commonly seen as an alias of Coyne, is a patronymic name derived from the Gaelic name Mac Giolla Chaoine, denoting the son of a devotee of St. Caoin. Coen is also often the Anglicized version of the Gaelic name O Comhdhain. First found in Connacht and Leinster. The name became confused with Coen, Kyne, and Kilcoyne, all of which have derived from it, or have been the origin of Coyne. The ancient Coens, descended from the Gaelic Caomhan, the Chief of his clann in 876 A.D.
Variantes: Coyne, Coen, Cohen, Kyne, Kilcoyne, Coyney, Koyne, Koen, Kohen, M'Coyne, Coyn, Coin, Coine, Koin, Koine, Barnacle (a synonym of Coyne by translation), Barnicle, Barnycle, Barnackle, Barnicall, Barnickle y otros.
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