Deane


Deane households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


Householders by county in (1847-64), as on the map

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Surname Dictionary

Dean numerous: Belfast, Dublin, Cork and all areas. It corresponds to a number of names: Norman le Den, one of the "Tribes of Galway"; Ó Déaghain in Tipperary; Mac an Déaghain in Donegal. The latter derive from déaghan, dean (ecclesiastical).MIF.
Deen Very rare: Limerick. See Dean(e).
Mac an Déagáin Deane: I dTír Conaill is mó bhí siad agus gaolmhar leis na Domhnallaigh & na Gallchobharaigh. Tháinig an comh-ainm Sasanach, Deakin, Deacon go h-Éirinn sa 17 céad.
Ó Deaghain Deane: tá an sloinne gallda líonmhar ar fud na tíre ach baineann an ceann dúchasach le Tiobraid Árann. Brí: is dócha, an téarma eaglasta déaghan (Laidin: decanus). Uaireannta fágadh an "g" gan séimhiú: féach Mac an Déagáin.

The surname


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