Donegan / Donnegan

Origen: Irlandés. El apellido Donegan apareció originalmente en gaélico como O Donnagain. La primera porción del nombre es derivada probablemente de Donn, que significa Brown -marrón-, mientras la segunda porción del nombre es derivada probablemente del nombre antiguo personal irlandés. The Irish surnames in use today are underpinned by a multitude of rich histories. The name Donegan originally appeared in Gaelic as O Donnagain. The first portion of the name is probably derived from donn, which means brown, while the second portion of the name is probably derived from and ancient Irish personal name. First found in County Cork, where they were anciently seated at Muskerry, later moving to Limerick, Kildare and Dublin. The name Donegan in Ireland is derived from the native Gaelic O'Donnagain Septs of which there were several. The main locations were in Counties Cork, Tipperary and Monaghan although the name is now also widespread in Counties Roscommon and Westmeath. Variants of this name include Dongan, Dunnigan and MacDonegan.

Variantes: Dinnegan, Dunican, Donegan, Donnegan, Doneghan, Donneghan, Donagan, Donnagan, Donnaghan, Dunnegan, O'Donegan, O'Dunnegan, O'Donnaghan, Dongan, Donegin, Donnegin, Donnagen, Donagen, Donnegen, Donegen, Donnigan, Donigan, Dunnican, Dunican, Dunnigan, McDunnigan, McDonegan, Dongane, Dongin, Dongen y muchos más.

 

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