Canny


Canny households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

Canney fairly rare: Galway etc. Standing for two Ir. names: (1) Mac Annaidh of Clare, which also occurs in Ulster. (2) Ó Caithniadh (battle-champion) of Mayo. Canny is a variant.
Canny Quite numerous: Clare, Galway, Donegal etc. Ir. Mac Annaidh & Ó Caithniadh. See Canney.
Mac Annaidh Canny: líon beag: Clár, Gaillimh, Tír Conaill. Bhí clann i dTuathmhumhain agus is cosúil go raibh ceann eile in Ultaibh. Féach Mac Canna, leis. MIF & SI.
Mac Cannaidh Canny: féach Mac Annaidh.
MacCanny Quite numerous: Tyrone-Fermanagh etc. Ir. Mac Annaidh. See also Canney.
Ó Caithniadh Canny: cuíosach líonmhar: Gaillimh, an Clár, Tír Conaill, Doire & rl. Clann de chuid Uí Fiachrach i Maigh Eo ab'ea muintir Chaithniadh ar dtús ach scaipeadh san Ionradh iad. Baineann Canny le níos mó ná sloinne amháin. Brí: curadh catha. Litriú nua: Ó Cainnia.MIF.

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