corr
abbreviation 1. correct; corrected; correction 2. correspondence; correspondent; corresponding 3. corrupt; corruption

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  • Corr — This interesting name, also found as (O)Corry, (Mac)Corry, (O)Corr and Curry, is of Irish origin and is the Anglicization of the Gaelic O Corra , which translates as the descendant of Corra (the O denoting son of), a personal name from corr , a… …   Surnames reference

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