Gillen / Gillan
Gillon

The name Gillen in Ireland is derived from the native Gaelic O'Giollain Sept, taken from an Irish word meaning 'lad'. The Sept was a branch of the Cenel Eoghain Sept, found in Counties Sligo, Tyrone and Donegal. Gillan, Gilligan and Gilliland are all variants of this name.

Origen: Irlandés. La historia del nombre Gillan empieza mucho tiempo antes que los apellidos irlandeses fueron traducidos al inglés. La forma gaélica original de Gillan y Gillen, fue O Giollain, que deriva de la palabra Giolla, que significa Lad -muchacho-. The history of the name Gillen begins long before Irish names were translated into English. The original Gaelic form of Gillen was O Giollain, from the word "giolla," which means "lad." First found in county of Donegal, where they held a family seat from ancient times.

Variantes: Gillan, Gillinan, Gillen, Gillon, Gillfinan, Gillion y otros.

 

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