Devitt / MacDevitt

The names McDevitt and MacDaid in Ireland are derived from the native Gaelic MacDaibheid Sept of Counties Donegal and Derry. There are a number of other variants of this Gaelic name including David, Davidson and McDavitt. All of these names mean 'son of David'.

Origen: Irlandés. The Irish Devitt surname is derived from the Irish Gaelic Patronymic name "Mac Daibheid," which means son of David. First found in on the Inishowen peninsula, in county County Donegal, where a sept of this name claim David O'Doherty.

Variantes: MacDaid, MacDavid, McDavid, Dade, MacDade, Devitt, MacDevitt, MacDavitt y otros.



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