duffey

06:39 Jan 29, 2001
English to Gaelic translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: duffey
last name
jon duffey


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naÒ Dubhthaig
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Ò Dubhthaig


Explanation:
Duffy: Ò Dubhthaig; meaning black or swarthy. Their original homeland was Monaghan where their surname is still the most common; they are also from Donegal and Roscommon.
(www.pbs/org/wgbh/pages/irish/genealogy
names.html)

If you want to see the old Gaelic spelling and see their Coats of Arms, go to:
www.geoghegan.org
If you want a history on the clan (via e-mail), go to:
www.araltas.com/index1.html

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