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Irish First Names
Canice [Coinrleach] (m) comely'.
The name of a saint (c. 515-599) who founded a monastery at Aghaboc and who gave his name to the city of Kilkenny, in Irish Cill Coinneach, 'Canice's church' as well as St. Canice's Cathedral in the city.
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