|Gall||Quite numerous: Kilkenny-Wexford-Waterford. Ir. Gall; Mac an Ghaill (gall = foreigner). The latter a patromymic adopted by the Stapletons, an Anglo-Norman family who settled in Kilkenny. SI & SGG.|
|Gall||Gaule: líon beag: Oir-dheisceart. Le ceart: Mac an Ghaill, q.v.|
|Gaw||Quite numerous: Belfast, Down. Ir. Mag Ádhaimh (Adam). In Scotland this name usually stands for Gall, but MacGaw and Mac Caw were synonymous with MacAdam. SI & SS.|
|MacGall||Quite numerous: Antrim etc. As Mac Gale.|
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