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just found this out today
The most common origin of the Barry surname comes from de Barri, a French Norman name which may have been derived from a small village in Normandy known as La Barre.
Barry can also be used as a diminutive of the name Bartholomew or Barrington, and, in turn, has its own informal diminutives - Baz and Bazza.
maybe the worst name.
than Nigel or Trevor
Has there ever been an outstanding Gavin? A pope Gavin? President Gavin? Lord Chief Justice Gavin?
See also: Darren.
For the US Ambassador to Norway, see Barry B. White.