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(*BRAITHAZ / BRAD LēAH > BRADLEY) (O’BROLACHáN)

This name derives from the English habitational surname “Bradley”, composed of two elements: from the Old English (Anglo-Saxon) “brād” (broad, flat, open, extended), from the Proto-Germanic “*braidaz” plus “lēah” (woodland, a clearing “especially one used for farming”, a meadow). The name means “broad wood or broad clearing”. In addition the name is Anglicization of the Irish Gaelic name O’Brolachán (also O’Brallaghan) from County Tyrone in Ireland.

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