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Many surnames are associated with the place/locality of where the family lived and in those cases the location is noted as the meaning.
Many surnames are associated with the occupation of the person given the name.

Surname Origin Meaning
Ackworth Celtic              Celtic Oak Tree Estate or Ford
Ahern Celtic              Celtic Ech Tighern = Horse-Lord
Aird Celtic              Celtic Tall, exalted, noble
Aiston Celtic              Celtic East Farmstead or village
Allenby Celtic              Celtic Allen's dwelling or farm
Alloway Celtic              Celtic Wild Field
Anwell Celtic              Celtic Beloved, dear
Ardal Celtic              Celtic ar, upon, and dol or dal, a vale, on the vale
Ardgall Celtic              Celtic ar, upon, and dol or dal, a vale, on the vale
Bain Celtic              Celtic Whiteness, fairness
Balfe Celtic              Celtic Dumb, quiet
Balgowan Celtic              Celtic The place of the smith
Balloch Celtic              Celtic Dweller at a Gap or Pass
Bannan Celtic              Celtic O'Banan, descendant of Banan, white, fair
Bard Celtic              Celtic bawr, a top or summit, the highest; and eidde or oidde, instructor
Baron Celtic              Celtic man
Barron Celtic              Celtic Man
Blair Celtic              Celtic a cleared plain
Caffery Celtic              Celtic MacGafraidh
Caffrey Celtic              Celtic MacGafraidh
Caffrie Celtic              Celtic MacGafraidh
Cahill Celtic              Celtic Descendant of Cathal = Warrior
Caine Celtic              Celtic Fair; Bright
Caird Celtic              Celtic Smith, Tinker
Cale Celtic              Celtic Thin, Slender
Caley Celtic              Celtic Thin, Slender
Callagan Celtic              Celtic War; Warrior
Callan Celtic              Celtic MacAllan
Camlin Celtic              Celtic cam, crooked + linn, pool
Camm Celtic              Celtic Crooked, Deformed, One-eyed
Canavan Celtic              Celtic Black Head
Cant Celtic              Celtic Kent
Carberry Celtic              Celtic Charioteer
Carbery Celtic              Celtic Charioteer
Carbry Celtic              Celtic Charioteer
Carbury Celtic              Celtic Charioteer
Cargill Celtic              Celtic White Fort
Carlile Celtic              Celtic caer, a fort
Carlisle Celtic              Celtic caer, a fort
Carlow Celtic              Celtic Quadruple Lake Cetherloch - cether, four; loch, lake
Carlyle Celtic              Celtic caer, a fort
Carlyon Celtic              Celtic the Fort of the Legion
Carn Celtic              Celtic a Cairn
Carnegie Celtic              Celtic the Fort of the Gap
Carney Celtic              Celtic Warrior, Soldier
Carnie Celtic              Celtic Warrior, Soldier
Carr Celtic              Celtic caer, a fort
Carrick Celtic              Celtic a Crag, Rock
Carrothers Celtic              Celtic Stronghold of Ruther
Carruthers Celtic              Celtic Stronghold of Ruther
Carthew Celtic              Celtic Cardew
Carvey Celtic              Celtic Cearrbhach, Gambler, Gamester
Casey Celtic              Celtic Brave
Cashen Celtic              Celtic Crooked
Cashin Celtic              Celtic Crooked
Cashlin Celtic              Celtic Little Castle
Caslin Celtic              Celtic Little Castle
Cassin Celtic              Celtic Crooked
Cassy Celtic              Celtic Brave
Caulay Celtic              Celtic Macaulay
Cauley Celtic              Celtic Macaulay
Caulie Celtic              Celtic Macaulay
Cavanagh Celtic              Celtic Caemh + an, gentle, handsome
Cavanah Celtic              Celtic Caemh + an, gentle, handsome
Cavannah Celtic              Celtic Caemh + an, gentle, handsome
Caven Celtic              Celtic Fine, Handsome
Cayley Celtic              Celtic Thin, Slender
Clague Celtic              Celtic MacLiaigh = Son of the Leech, liagh, a leech, physician
Cleland Celtic              Celtic Clay-Land
Cloney Celtic              Celtic Clunie, = the Meadow
Clooney Celtic              Celtic Clunie, = the Meadow
Cluney Celtic              Celtic Clunie, = the Meadow
Clunie Celtic              Celtic the Meadow
Clunn Celtic              Celtic cluan, a meadow
Cluny Celtic              Celtic Clunie, = the Meadow
Coad Celtic              Celtic a Wood
Coade Celtic              Celtic a Wood
Cochrane Celtic              Celtic coch, red + rhan, a share, division
Coffee Celtic              Celtic Victorious
Coffey Celtic              Celtic Victorious
Cogan Celtic              Celtic the Cup- or Bowl-Shaped Valley
Coggan Celtic              Celtic the Cup- or Bowl-Shaped Valley
Coghlan Celtic              Celtic Priest or Monk
Colquite Celtic              Celtic col, the neck, and coit, a wood
Colquitt Celtic              Celtic col, the neck, and coit, a wood
Colquoit Celtic              Celtic col, the neck, and coit, a wood
Coman Celtic              Celtic personal names Coman, Comman, and Comaoine
Comman Celtic              Celtic personal names Coman, Comman, and Comaoine
Common Celtic              Celtic personal names Coman, Comman, and Comaoine
Conall Celtic              Celtic Conflict
Conlan Celtic              Celtic Hero
Conlay Celtic              Celtic Connelly, Conflict
Conlin Celtic              Celtic Hero
Conlon Celtic              Celtic Hero
Conly Celtic              Celtic Conflict
Connel Celtic              Celtic Conflict
Connelly Celtic              Celtic Conflict
Connley Celtic              Celtic conal, love, friendship
Connoll Celtic              Celtic Conflict
Conolly Celtic              Celtic Conflict
Convey Celtic              Celtic Conway Hound of the Plain
Coode Celtic              Celtic Coade, a Wood
Corcoran Celtic              Celtic Red Complexion
Cork Celtic              Celtic Marsh corcach
Corke Celtic              Celtic Marsh corcach
Corkish Celtic              Celtic MacFhorcius
Cormac Celtic              Celtic Son of the Chariot
Cormack Celtic              Celtic Son of the Chariot
Cormick Celtic              Celtic Son of the Chariot
Corran Celtic              Celtic MacOran = Son of Oran
Corren Celtic              Celtic MacOran = Son of Oran
Corrigan Celtic              Celtic Mac Organ = Son of Organ
Corrin Celtic              Celtic MacOran = Son of Oran
Costello Celtic              Celtic Goisdealbhach = Proud Face
Coyle Celtic              Celtic MacCathmhaoill = Son of Cathmaol = Battle-Slave
Craddock Celtic              Celtic Caradawc, Cradawc, Caradoc, Caradog, caradog, from carad, endearment; cariad, love
Cradick Celtic              Celtic Caradawc, Cradawc, Caradoc, Caradog, caradog, from carad, endearment; cariad, love
Craigie Celtic              Celtic Rocky or Craggy
Croggan Celtic              Celtic MacRogan
Croghan Celtic              Celtic Conical Hill Gaelic cruachan
Crohan Celtic              Celtic Conical Hill Gaelic cruachan
Crombie Celtic              Celtic Crooked Field
Cromby Celtic              Celtic Crooked Field
Cronin Celtic              Celtic Brown, Swarthy
Croot Celtic              Celtic Crooked
Crumplen Celtic              Celtic Crooked Lake
Crumplin Celtic              Celtic Crooked Lake
Cue Celtic              Celtic Son of Hugh
Cullan Celtic              Celtic Little Wood
Culley Celtic              Celtic Wood
Cullin Celtic              Celtic Little Wood
Culloch Celtic              Celtic the Cock
Cully Celtic              Celtic Wood
Culross Celtic              Celtic Back of the Promontory
Curphey Celtic              Celtic Sea-Warrior
Curran Celtic              Celtic Hero, Champion
Curren Celtic              Celtic Hero, Champion
Currey Celtic              Celtic Hero, Champion
Currin Celtic              Celtic Hero, Champion
Curwen Celtic              Celtic White College
Curwin Celtic              Celtic White College
Dacey Celtic              Celtic Southerner
Dacy Celtic              Celtic Southerner
Dailey Celtic              Celtic Councillor
Daily Celtic              Celtic Councillor
Daley Celtic              Celtic Councillor
Dalgety Celtic              Celtic dail dal, a field + gaothach, windy
Dalgleish Celtic              Celtic Brook-Field
Dalgliesh Celtic              Celtic Brook-Field
Dalglish Celtic              Celtic Brook-Field
Dallas Celtic              Celtic Waterfall-Field
Dalley Celtic              Celtic Councillor
Dally Celtic              Celtic Councillor
Daly Celtic              Celtic Councillor
Dalzel Celtic              Celtic dail dal, a field + doubtful
Dalzell Celtic              Celtic dail dal, a field + doubtful
Dana Celtic              Celtic bold, daring
Dargue Celtic              Celtic dearg, red
Darroch Celtic              Celtic Oak-Wood darach
Darvell Celtic              Celtic dair, an oak; the doubtful
Darville Celtic              Celtic dair, an oak; the doubtful
Darwen Celtic              Celtic Derwennydd, from derwen, an oak
Dee Celtic              Celtic dubh, black water
Dempsey Celtic              Celtic Proud
Denbeigh Celtic              Celtic Little Hill-Fort
Denbigh Celtic              Celtic Little Hill-Fort
Desmond Celtic              Celtic South Munster
Devaney Celtic              Celtic dubh, black + annach, anger, strife
Devenny Celtic              Celtic dubh, black + annach, anger, strife
Devin Celtic              Celtic Poet, Savant
Devine Celtic              Celtic Poet, Savant
Dew Celtic              Celtic du, black, dark
Dewar Celtic              Celtic Brave, Bold; Hero
Dewer Celtic              Celtic Brave, Bold; Hero
Dewin Celtic              Celtic Diviner, Wizard
Dewing Celtic              Celtic Diviner, Wizard
Diarmaid Celtic              Celtic God-Of-Arms
Dinmore Celtic              Celtic Great Hill-Fort
Dinwiddie Celtic              Celtic Dinwoodie Dumfries
Dinwiddy Celtic              Celtic Dinwoodie Dumfries
Dinwoodie Celtic              Celtic Dinwoodie Dumfries
Dockerty Celtic              Celtic Dochartach - dochart, a difficulty
Dollar Celtic              Celtic dal, a dale, field: ar, ploughed land
Doller Celtic              Celtic dal, a dale, field: ar, ploughed land
Don Celtic              Celtic Brown Complexion or Hair
Donaghan Celtic              Celtic Brown Complexion or Hair
Donaghie Celtic              Celtic Brown Warrior
Donaghy Celtic              Celtic Brown Warrior
Donal Celtic              Celtic Domin-us, a lord
Donavan Celtic              Celtic Dark-Brown Complexion or Hair
Donegan Celtic              Celtic Brown Complexion or Hair
Doneghan Celtic              Celtic Brown Complexion or Hair
Donel Celtic              Celtic Domin-us, a lord
Donn Celtic              Celtic Brown Complexion or Hair
Donnally Celtic              Celtic Donnghalach - donn, brown + galach, brave
Donne Celtic              Celtic Brown Complexion or Hair
Donnell Celtic              Celtic Domin-us, a lord
Donnelly Celtic              Celtic Donnghalach - donn, brown + galach, brave
Donnigan Celtic              Celtic Brown Complexion or Hair
Donnison Celtic              Celtic Don's/Donn's Son
Donnolly Celtic              Celtic Brown - Brave
Donovan Celtic              Celtic Dark-Brown Complexion or Hair
Donovon Celtic              Celtic Dark-Brown Complexion or Hair
Donson Celtic              Celtic Don's/Donn's Son
Doody Celtic              Celtic Black Complexion or Hair
Doolan Celtic              Celtic Black Complexion or Hair
Dooland Celtic              Celtic Black Complexion or Hair
Dooley Celtic              Celtic Dark - Complexioned Chief or Hero
Doon Celtic              Celtic Black Complexion or Hair
Doonan Celtic              Celtic Little Hill or Hill-Fort
Doone Celtic              Celtic Black Complexion or Hair
Dow Celtic              Celtic Dark or Black Complexion or Hair
Dowe Celtic              Celtic Dark or Black Complexion or Hair
Dowling Celtic              Celtic Dunlang - dun/dunn, brown + lang, a spear
Drennan Celtic              Celtic Thornton Blackthorn
Drinan Celtic              Celtic Thornton Blackthorn
Dromgole Celtic              Celtic druim, a ridge + cuil, a corner
Dromgool Celtic              Celtic druim, a ridge + cuil, a corner
Dron Celtic              Celtic dronn, a back, rump
Dufferin Celtic              Celtic dubh, black + thrian, a third part
Dugan Celtic              Celtic Dark Complexion
Duggan Celtic              Celtic Dark Complexion
Duggen Celtic              Celtic Dark Complexion
Duggin Celtic              Celtic Dark Complexion
Dugon Celtic              Celtic Dark Complexion
Duignan Celtic              Celtic Black Gennan
Dunbabin Celtic              Celtic Bebinn's Hill-Fort
Dunbavin Celtic              Celtic Bebinn's Hill-Fort
Dunbebin Celtic              Celtic Bebinn's Hill-Fort
Dunbevan Celtic              Celtic Bebinn's Hill-Fort
Dunbobin Celtic              Celtic Bebinn's Hill-Fort
Duncannon Celtic              Celtic Conan's Hill-Fort
Dundonald Celtic              Celtic Donald's Hill-Fort
Dunkin Celtic              Celtic Duncan
Dunmore Celtic              Celtic Great Hill-Fort
Durie Celtic              Celtic durach or dobharach Watery Land
Durkin Celtic              Celtic Stupid, Obstinate
Durnin Celtic              Celtic Stupid, Obstinate
Durning Celtic              Celtic Stupid, Obstinate
Dwyer Celtic              Celtic O'Dwyer
Dyce Celtic              Celtic Dye's Son
Eachan Celtic              Celtic Little Horse
Eachen Celtic              Celtic Little Horse
Flaherty Celtic              Celtic A man of chieftain-like exploits
Kevin Celtic              Celtic Coemhghin, the beautiful offspring
Macaula Celtic              Celtic The son of the rock
Macauley Celtic              Celtic son of the rock
Mace Celtic              Celtic son of the rock
McFadden Celtic              Celtic son of Faddan
McKibben Celtic              Celtic Mac, son, and Ceobbinn, the top of the hill
McNamara Celtic              Celtic Mac, son, and cu-marra or or con-marra, the hero of the sea
Mochrie Celtic              Celtic mo, my, and chree, dear
Owen Celtic              Celtic The good offspring
Shan Celtic              Celtic shanty, an old house
Shane Celtic              Celtic John
Slaven Celtic              Celtic sliabh, a mountain, a mountaineer
Sullivan Celtic              Celtic suil, eye, and ban, fair
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