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Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Ciardha, a midland family name meaning ‘descendant of Ciardha’, a personal name derived from ciar ‘dark’, ‘black’. Irish: Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Fhiachra ‘son of Fiachra’. English: habitational name from Carey in Devon or Cary in Somerset, named for the rivers on which they stand; both river names probably derive from the Celtic root car- ‘love’, ‘liking’, perhaps with the meaning ‘pleasant stream’. English (of Norman origin): habitational name from the manor of Carrey, near Lisieux, Normandy, France, of uncertain origin. Welsh and Cornish: variant of Carew. Possibly an Americanized form of German Gehrig or Gehring.
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Personnalités célèbres de la famille Carey
famous people with Irish grandfathers MARIAH CAREY
One of our generation’s most prolific pop stars is the third-best selling female artist of all time, having sold 160 million albums worldwide. Carey was born to Patricia Healey, whose father was from Ireland. The songstress is quoted as saying, “My mother is Irish, my father is black and Venezuelan, and me? I'm tan, I guess.”
"Pappy to some," "Grandpa" to others. Granddad. Gramps. Anyway you put it, you are referring to your dear old Grandfather. Or if he’s from Ireland he can be your Seanathair, literally “old father” or grandfather in Gaelic.