The Irish surname O’Farrell, is an anglicized form of the Old Gaelic name O Fearghail. The Gaelic prefix "O" indicates "descendant of ", plus the personal byname Fearghal, composed of the elements "fear", man, and "gal", valour; hence, "descendants" of the man of Valour". This great sept originated in the Leinster Co. of Longford and their chief known as Lord of Annaly resided at Longphuirt Ui Fearghaill (i.e. O'Farrell's fortress) from which the name of the county derives.
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