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Origin of the O'Carroll Clan Name
The name is derived from the Irish Ó Cearbhaill (descendant of Cearbhall). The name may originate from the Irish term Cearbh meaning “to carve” which may also in turn signify a butcher (another name for a fierce warrior!).
The O' Carrolls trace their origins to the so-called Cianachta tribe, who were the Clan Cian or "Race of Cian" and dated from the 3rd century. However, this is disputed by some. The Cian in question was the youngest son of Olioll Ollum King of Munster.
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