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CIAR > Ó CIARDHA

This name derives from the Old Irish adjective “ciar” namely “Ó Ciardha”, meaning “black, little dark one”. The name is linked to Saint Ciara, a seventh century Irish saint venerated by the Roman Catholic Church. This is a habitation and topographic name in Normandy, Burgundy and Franche-Comté in France, occurring more often as Carrey.

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