The name Darcy in Ireland is derived from the native Gaelic O'Dorchaidhe Septs, the Connaught Sept being one of the 'Tribes of Galway'. A separate Sept was located in County Wexxford. Darcy families in Leinster Province are usually of Norman origin however, being derived form the D'Arci family.

De orígen anglo-normado, los Darcy llegaron despues de la invasión del Siglo XII. Descienden de Sir John Darcy, Justicia Mayor de Irlanda en el Siglo XIV, y se afincaron en la parte central oriental de Irlanda.

Los Darcy de Munster y Connacht son de orígen irlandés, cuyo apellido fué O'Dorchaidhe, anglicanizado O´Dorcey y Darcy. Estos descienden de Fiachra, hija Niall Mor, que es el Nº 87 en el pedigree de los O´Neill. Son de la línea de Heremon, hijo de Milesius.

Origen: Normando, Irlandés. Gaelic is at the heart of all the Irish surnames that can be found throughout the world today. The original Gaelic form of the name Darcy is "O'Dorchaidhe," from the word "dorcha," which means "dark." Alternatively, some branches of the family may be descended from Norman stock; the name is also derived from "Arcy," the name of a place in La Manche, Normandy. In this case, the surname would refer to "one from Arcy." First found in Galway, where they held a family seat from ancient times.

Variantes: Darcy, Dorcey, Dorcy, Dorsey, Darcey, D'Arcy, O'Dorcey, MacDarcy, Darsy, y otros.

Motto: One God, one king.



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