coiste

nm4 board, committee, jury

Irish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Custy — This interesting and unusual name has two possible origins. Most likely it is the Anglicized form of the Gaelic name, Mac Coiste , or Mac Oiste , which probably translates as the son of (mac) the coach maker (coiste, coach carraige). One variant… …   Surnames reference

  • MacCosto — This interesting and unusual name has two possible origins. Most likely it is the Anglicized form of the Gaelic name, Mac Coiste , or Mac Oiste , which probably translates as the son of (mac) the coach maker (coiste, coach carraige). One variant… …   Surnames reference

  • MacCosty — This interesting and unusual name has two possible origins. Most likely it is the Anglicized form of the Gaelic name, Mac Coiste , or Mac Oiste , which probably translates as the son of (mac) the coach maker (coiste, coach carraige). One variant… …   Surnames reference

  • MacCostye — This interesting and unusual name has two possible origins. Most likely it is the Anglicized form of the Gaelic name, Mac Coiste , or Mac Oiste , which probably translates as the son of (mac) the coach maker (coiste, coach carraige). One variant… …   Surnames reference

  • MacHoste — This interesting and unusual name has two possible origins. Most likely it is the Anglicized form of the Gaelic name, Mac Coiste , or Mac Oiste , which probably translates as the son of (mac) the coach maker (coiste, coach carraige). One variant… …   Surnames reference

  • MacHostie — This interesting and unusual name has two possible origins. Most likely it is the Anglicized form of the Gaelic name, Mac Coiste , or Mac Oiste , which probably translates as the son of (mac) the coach maker (coiste, coach carraige). One variant… …   Surnames reference

  • MacQuist — This interesting and unusual name has two possible origins. Most likely it is the Anglicized form of the Gaelic name, Mac Coiste , or Mac Oiste , which probably translates as the son of (mac) the coach maker (coiste, coach carraige). One variant… …   Surnames reference

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