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|Breheny||Quite numerous: Connacht, Dublin. Ir. Mac an Bhreitheamhan,-Bhreithiúnaigh. (Judge). This name has been generally changed to Judge but also occurs as Abraham. The variant Brehon is rare. MIF & SGG.|
|Brohan||fairly rare: Cork, Clare etc. Ir. Ó Bruacháin. Ó Dónaill gives bruachán as "stout low-sized person". Pseudo-translation has given Banks, a widespread name, most of whom have originated in Bruachán. MIF & SGG.|
|Broughan||fairly rare: Dublin & scattered. Ir. Ó Bruacháin. See Brohan.|
|Judge||numerous: Connacht, Midlands etc. Ir. Mac an Bhreithiún (son of the judge) which also appears as Abraham and Breheny. MIF.|
|Mac an Bhreitheamhan||Breheny: líon beag: Connachta. Deineadh Judge de go minic. Tá Brehon fíor-annamh. Dar ndó, bhí clú ar an gclann mar lucht dlí agus léinn faoin sean-chóras Gaelach. Litriú nua: Mac an Bhreithiún. MIF.|
Parishes where a Brahan and a second surname married each other.
This list shows total Brahan Roman Catholic marriages by county and parish.
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