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O'Hara is an Anglicized form of the Irish name Ó hEaghra. The death of the eponyum is mentioned in the Annals of the Four Masters - 926. Eaghra Poprigh mac Saorghus, lord of Luighne, in Connaught ... died.
O'Hara as a surname
- Chief O'Hara (Disney Comics), Disney comic book character
- Chief Miles O'Hara, character from the Batman TV show
- Dana O'Hara, protagonist of the song Letter to Dana by Finnish power metal group Sonata Arctica, from their album Ecliptica.
- Jack "Butcher" O'Hara, the Green Beret in the game series Commandos
- Juliet O'Hara, a main character in the American comedy-drama television series Psych
- Kimball O'Hara, protagonist of Rudyard Kipling's novel Kim
- Miguel O'Hara is an alternative futuristic version of the comic book superhero Spider-Man
- Neely O'Hara, character in Valley of the Dolls
- Scarlett O'Hara, literary protagonist in Margaret Mitchell's novel Gone with the Wind
- Spike O'Hara, the main character in the NES game Ghoul School
- Cardinal O'Hara High School, a Catholic high school near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
- Lake O'Hara, a lake in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
- O'Hara Glacier, a glacier in Antarctica
- O'Hara Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania a US town.
- O'Hara Township, Pennsylvania, a township within Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA
- O'Hara, U.S. Treasury, a 1970s crime television series
- O'Hara, the title of a novel by William Hamilton Maxwell
- The People Against O'Hara, a 1951 film starring Spencer Tracy
- The book of O'Hara is a collection of poetry from the royal O'Hara family which was edited by Lambert McKenna in 1951 from the original manuscripts
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