The name Gibson in Ireland is usually of immigrant origin being an adaptation of the Scottish names Gibb and Gilbert. Gibson is now found mostly Ulster. The native Gaelic O'Gibealain Sept of County Roscommon occasionally adopted Gibson as the anglicized form of their name instead of the more usual Giblin.

Origen: Escocés. The root of the ancient Dalriadan-Scottish name Gibson is the given name Gibb, which is a diminutive form of the name Gilbert. First found in Galloway, where they were seated from very early times.

Variantes: Gibson, Gibsone, Gibsons, Gipson, Gibsoun, Gipsone, Gibbson, Gibbsone, Gippson y otros.

Motto Translated: Just and faithful.



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