Sometimes people ask me if Enright is my real name. They wonder if I borrowed it from a good-guy character in The Fountainhead. It's my real name. As a matter of fact, I'm John Joseph Enright the Fourth. And my son is the Fifth. So it's an ongoing tradition that pre-dates Ayn Rand's novel.
Actually, Enright is a fairly common name wherever there are Irish people in large numbers. Yeah, it looks English to a lot of people, but it's not. The clue is the absence of the "w" in front of the "right." All those English names that sound similar have a "wright" ending.
Curiously, my mother's maiden name was... Wright. Yeah, that would yield Marilyn Wright Enright. But that was way too righteous, so she just went with Marilyn Louise Enright.
Second rhyme of the day:
Wright was technically right,
But it's clear
That Louise was more pleasing
To the ear.