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Slattery

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Ó Slatara, Slattery, Ó Slatraigh

 

Slattery is a surname of Irish origin. The name is an anglicisation of the Irish: Ó Slatara or Ó Slatraigh, meaning 'descendant of slatra' meaning 'robust', 'strong', 'bold'. The name originated in the barony of Tulla Upper in east County Clare, Ireland.

The Slattery coat of arms which shows three red submissive lions against a white background indicates a family that are magnanimous in warfare and yet kind and warm in peacetime.