The normanized surname of a powerful Irish clan who once held sway over the territory of Ossory in south-east Ireland; or a descendant thereof. (Orig. Mac Giolla Padraig)
"In 1541 Brian MacGiollaPadraig submitted to Henry VIII and acknowledged him as overlord; terms of the contract involved receiving the name Barnaby Fitzpatrick."
by Eoghan7 February 08, 2009
1. A second name meaning "son of the nobleman".

2. The usual charictaristic of someone with the second name of "fitzpatrick" is "a male with this second name usualy has the urge to get naked in private and put his genitals in between his legs to look like a woman" the female equivilant of this is "a female with this second name usualy has the urge to get naked in private and insert some kind of sausage into their genitals to look like a man".
person1: "who is that guy?"
person 2: "oh he's (insert name) fitzpatrick, his father is a nobleman."

Person1: "Hey where are (insert name) fitzpatrick and his sister?"
person2: "Oh well they are in there house, they want to trade sexuality."
person1: "well what do you expect? they are fitzpatricks".
by Robert metroid March 20, 2010

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