Comer


Comer households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

Cómar (1) Comber, (2) Comer: cuíosach annamh: (1) Corcaigh, Luimneach, an Clár; (2) Gaillimh-Maigh Eo. Tá an sloinne seo i Sasana ach in Éirinn is mí-aistriúchán ar Ó Ciaragáin é. Uaireannta bíonn Ó Ciaráin i gceist.SI.
Comber fairly rare: Cork, Limerick, Clare etc. Ir. Ó Ciaragáin. See Comer.
Comer Quite numerous: Galway, Mayo. Ir. Ó Ciaragáin, diminutive of ciar meaning black. The name Comer comes from a mistranslation, i.e. cíor, a comb. This name also occurs as Kerrigan, q.v.
de Cómar (1) Comber: annamh: Corcaigh, Luimneach, an Clár; (2) Comer: cuíosach annamh: Gailimh-Maigh Eo. Féach Ciaragán, leis.

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