ClanAran Irish Wool Sweaters

clanaran irish wool sweater

Each ClanAran sweater is lovingly hand knit using your family’s own unique pattern. Typically up to 2.2 pounds heavier than that of their machine loomed counterparts and made from the highest quality of traditional báinín wool, each piece is a beauty to behold.

The elaborate process of hand knitting, as well as the crossing over of the intricate Aran stitches, causes a raised effect in the wool, thus giving more warmth and insulation to the wearer. Each ClanAran can take up to 40 hours of craftsmanship, making it the perfect gift for those that value a more quality and premium garment, inspired by heritage.

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Murtagh, O' Moriarty, O' Muircheartaigh.   Moriarty is the English version of the Irish O Muircheartaigh, made up of muir, ‘sea’ and ceardach, ‘skilled’ therefore ‘one skilled in the ways of the sea’...
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Mac Conmara, Mac Namara.   Mac Conmara means ‘Son of the hound of the sea’, and the name originated in Co. Clare where the clan was part of the famous Dal gCáis tribal grouping. The Mc Namaras grew in power to become rulers...
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Mac Mathghamhna, Mac Mathúna, Mahon, Mc Machon, Mc Mann.   The English Mc Mahon comes from the Gaelic Mac Mathghamha, from “mathghamquain” meaning ‘bear’. There were two different septs of the...
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Mac Cionnaith, Mac Kenna.   Mac Cionnaith means son of Cionnaith, a personal name. The clan originated in Co. Meath in the east of the country, and subsequently moved northward to Truagh, an area on the border of the modern counties of Tyrone...
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Mac Domhnaill, Mac Donald.   The Mc Donalds are descended from the Scottish Clan of the same name. Mac Domhnaill comes from the personal name “Domhnall” which means ‘world mighty’, but in this case the Donald in...
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Mallon, Ó Maoileoin, Ó Maoldhomhnaigh.   The name Maloney is the Anglicisation of Ó Maoldhomhnaigh, which means ‘descendant of the servant of the church’. The sept was originally located in Tulla, Co...
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Mallon, Ó Maoileoin.   Malone is the Anglicisation of the Gaelic Ó Maoileoin, from ‘Maol’ meaning ‘bald’, in reference to Irish monks, and the personal name Eoin, together giving the meaning of ‘a...
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Meacher, Meagher, O’ Meagher, Ó Meachair.   Maher is the Anglicisation of the Gaelic Ó Meachair, from the word ‘meachar’ which means ‘hospitable’. The surname originated near Roscrea, Co...
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Mac Aodh, Mac Gee, Mac Kee, Mc Gee, Mc Kee.   Mac Aodh means ‘son of Aodh’, a popular personal name meaning ‘fire’. The name can be either of Scottish or Irish origin. There were three Irish clans of the...
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The two native Gaelic surnames O’ Longáin and O Longaigh have both been anglicised to Long. It is likely that both names derive from the Gaelic word ‘long’ meaning ship, therefore seafarer. The name Long is most commonly...
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O’ Kenney, O’ Kenny, O’ Kinney, Ó Cionnaith.   The name Kenny comes from the personal name Cionaodh. It was borne by a high king of Ireland seems to have become popular from the Eighth Century in Ireland...
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O’ Kennedy, Ó Cinnéide.   Kennedy is the Anglicisation of the Gaelic Ó Cinnéide, meaning ‘ugly-headed’. The clan homeland was near Killaloe in Co. Tipperary, and was part of the Dál gCais...
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Kellaher, O' Ceileachair, Keliher.   The name Kelleher is the English version of the Irish, O’ Ceileachair – meaning "overly fond of ones wife" The original Céileachar or Kelleher who was a nephew of the famous Brian Boru...
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The name Joyce is a true Irish one and is found primarily in Connacht. Although the name is not Gaelic, the first authentic record of the name dates back to 1283, to a Welshman who married an Irish woman O’ Brien and settled with her in County...
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O’ Hogaine, O’ Hogan, O’ Hogane, Ó hÓgáin.   Ó hÓgáin comes from the Gaelic word “óg”, meaning ‘young’. The clan is descended from...
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O’ Higgins, Ó hUigín.   The vast majority of those bearing the Higgins surname today are descended from the sept of Ó hUigín which was based in the midlands. The name comes from the Gaelic...
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Hickie, Hicky, O’ Hickee, O’ Hickey, Ó hÍceadha.   The name Hickey is the Anglicisation of the Gaelic Ó hIcidhe, from the word “iceadh” meaning ‘healer’. This name was...
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ó hAonghasa.   In modern times the prefix O has been entirely dropped from the name Hennessy. The Irish of the name is O hAonghusa, meaning decendant of Aonghus or Aongus. The principal sept were found in County Offaly. Another sept had...
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O hEigceartaigh, O' Hegarty.   The word eigceartach means unjust. The original O’ Hegarty sept were located on the borders of the counties Donegal and Derry. A branch of this family migrated to County Cork, where the name is now most...
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Heally, Heeley, Hely, O’ Healihy, O’ Healy, Ó hÉilidhe.   The Healys in Ireland are descended from two different clans, the Ó hÉilídhe, from the Gaelic...