Scannell, ó Scannláin A Gaelic surname adopted by several septs. The personal name may be associatd with scandal meaning ‘quarrel, contention’. A sept who were formerly erenaghs of Cloyne in Cork. In 1890 the surname was principally found in Cork and Kerry, and the estimated number of bearers was 1,880.
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