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No, the last name Phillips comes from medieval English origin. It's a surname derived from the name Phillip. Phillip comes from the Greek origin Phillipos

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SOURCE: what is the ethnicity or origin of the surname McNicholas?

Mcnicholas Name Meaning Irish: patronymic from Nicholas. Compare McNichol. In Ireland this was the surname of a Gaelicized Norman family. Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press

http://www.ancestry.ca/name-origin?surname=mcnicholas

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