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|Kealey ||Quite numerous: Derry, Midlands etc. Ir. Ó Caollaidhe, Ó Céile. The former was connected with Kilkenny, the latter with Meath. See Kealy.|
|Kealy ||numerous: Leinster generally, Dublin. Ir. Ó Caollaidhe (Caollaí). A sept of Kilkenny but also possibly Ó Céile who belonged to Meath-Louth. See Queally and Kiely. MIF.|
|Keeley ||fairly numerous: N Leinster, S Ulster, Galway-Mayo etc. Ir. Ó Caollaidhe, Ó Céile. See Kealy but those of Connacht may be Ó Cadhla. MIF.|
|Kiely ||Very numerous: Cork-Waterford-S Limerick etc. Ir. Ó Cadhla (graceful). MacLysaght discusses this name at some length in More Irish Families.|
|O'Kiely ||Very rare: Athy (Kildare). Ir. Ó Cadhla. See Kiely.|
|Quaile ||fairly numerous: Down and Ulster generally; Midlands. Ir. Mac Fhail. MacLysaght says this is a Manx name (son of Paul) but a connection with Mac Hale, i.e. Mac Céile of Connacht is possible. The English name Quaile (the bird) may also be present. See Mac Quaile. MIF.|
|Quayle ||rare: Belfast-Down etc. Variant of Quaile, q.v.|