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Cunningham

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Coningham, Conyngham, Counihan, Cunnigan, Ó Cuinneagáin

 

Cuinneagán comes from the Scots’ Gaelic word “Cuinneag” which means ‘milk-pail’, and was brought to Ireland by Scottish settlers during the Ulster plantations. Cunningham can also be the Anglicisation of the names Mac Cuinneagáin, Ó Cuineagáin, Ó Cuineacháin and Ó Connagáin. The name is the 74th most numerous in Ireland, and is by far most common in the northern province of Ulster.