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The older spelling was Ó Laoghaire but is modernized as Ó Laoire.

James O'Leary (Séamas Ó Laoire)

Nora O'Leary (Nóra Ní Laoire, maiden name)

Bridget O'Leary (Bríd Uí Laoire, married name)

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Q: How is the name o'leary spelled in Irish Gaelic?
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