What does kennedy mean in america?
In America, "Kennedy" doesn't mean anything in particular: it's a surname, and occasionally used as a first name for either boys or girls. The name probably originated as an Anglicized version of the Irish Gaelic name, Cinnéidigh, which means "helmeted chief."
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