masculine Breoghan

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Name Root:
(*brig odhán) bróg > Ó Brógáin
This name derives from the Irish surname “Ó Brógáin,” composed of two elements: “bróg” (boot, shoe) plus a diminutive suffix. Brogan or O’Brogan is a surname originating in Ireland, anglicized from the original Ó Brógáin. The form McBrogan, is also present sharing the meaning of O’Brogan, essentially “son of Brogan.” The name can be traced back to ancient King Breogán and Saint Brogan (Broccán Clóen), Saint Patrick’s nephew and scribe, and has many original meanings, including sorrowful, sharp-faced, sturdy, and robust. Traditionally, Brogan has also been used as a first name for boys, after the Saint. Breogán (also spelled Breoghan, Bregon, or Breachdan) is a character in the Lebor Gabála Érenn, medieval Christian history of Ireland and the Irish (or Gaels).



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