For background on how the map was made (and its flaws), see the relevant blog entry.
|Gillick||Quite numerous: Louth-Meath-Cavan. Ir. Mag Uilic, Ulick, a dimin. of William. Related to the Burkes of Connacht. SI.|
|Killick||Very rare: Down etc. Probably synonymous with Gillick, q.v. but the name is common in England also. There the word means a small anchor.|
|MacGillick||Very rare: Meath. Ir. Mag Uilic, diminutive of William, usually associated with the Burkes of Connacht. See also Gillick.|
|Mag Uillic||Gillick: líon beag: Lú-an Mhí-Cabhán. Ainm sinseartha agus díspeagadh ar Uilliam. Bhí sé coitianta i measc na mBúrcach. Féach Mac Uilcín.|
DEDs where Gillic and a second surname are found together