AINGLÉIS

AuthorRev Patrick Woulfe
Date1923
SourceIrish Names and Surnames

AINGLÉIS—XIIAinglishe, English, Englishe; Norman 'l'Engleys,' i.e., the Englishman; a descriptive surname evidently applied by Norman-French settlers to their English comrades; common in many parts of Ireland, but especially in Tipperary where there are still some old and respectable families of the name. Also Ingléis, which see.

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