The surname Barrett is an Anglo-Irish surname, both in Southeast England, and Southwest Ireland. It is most common in the Irish counties of Mayo and Galway but particularly County Cork, and within England, East Anglia, especially Norfolk . The Gaelic version of the name is Barόid in the south and Bairéid in the west. The Barretts of Ireland first appeared following the Norman invasion, hired as mercenaries from Wales. As an English surname, it is thought to derive from an Old English word meaning "quarrelsome", or from a corruption of the Norman personal name Barnard, Bernhard or Berold. Another translation for Barrett is "warlike people."
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