This Irish surname was first found in county Tipperary.  The Original Gaelic spelling was:  O Suileabhain.  The gaelic word probably meant “one eyed” or “hawk eyed”.

 Coat of Arms Description: 

Per fess, the base per pale, in chief or a dexter hand couuped at the wrist gules grasping a sword erect blade entwined with a serpent proper between two lions rampant respecting each other of the second, on the dexter base vert a stag trippant or, on the sinister base per pale argent and sable a boar passant counterchanged. CREST: On a ducal coronet or a robin re-breast holding in the beak a sprig of laurel all proper.

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