MacNees / McNeice / Nee / McNee / McNeese
The names McNeice, McNee and McNeese are Ulster names that are derived from the Gaelic MacNaois Sept, which was also sometimes anglicized as Neeson. These names can also be derived from the Gaelic MacNiadh Sept, meaning 'champion', who were a branch of the Scottish clan McGregor.
Origen: Irlandés. La forma gaélica original de MacNees es Mac Neidhe, que se deriva de la palabra Niadh, que significa Campeón.
Variantes: MacNee, MacNea, MacNay, MacKnee, MacNeigh, MacNia, Nee, Knee y otros.
|James MacNees & Sheila Newland y Casey ( modificado el 20.03.2017 )|