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McDonald, O'Connor
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2013/01/21
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What is that Mc in McDonald or the O’ in O’Connor?

2013/01/21
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While these have become unchanging names in English, these prefixes of Names of Irish origin indicated sncestry. Mc indicated “son of” and O indicated “grandson of.”

2013/05/10
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More, generally, it’s a surname prefix

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