Geary - Gerry

The Irish name Geary is derived from a number of native Gaelic Septs including O'Gadhra of County Cork and MacGadhra of County Roscommon. It also exists as MacGeary in Counties Tyrone and Armagh in the North of the country where it is sometimes used instead of MacGarry. First found in county Sligo where they held a family seat from very ancient times.

Origen: Irlandés, Normando. Los apellidos irlandeses son ligados a una herencia gaélica larga en la nación de la Isla. La forma gaélica original del nombre Geary es O'Gadhra O, que es derivado de la palabra Gadhar, que significa Dog -perro-. Irish surnames are linked to the long Gaelic heritage of the Island nation. The original Gaelic form of the name Geary is O Gadhra, which is derived from the word gadhar, which means dog. First found in county Sligo where they held a family seat from very ancient times.

Variantes: Gerry, Geary, Gara, O'Gara, O'Geary, Gearie, Gearey y otros.

Motto: "Fortiter et Fideliter", Boldly and faithfully.

 

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