Donnchadh m
Gaelic form of DUNCAN (SEE Duncan).

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  • Donnchadh — is a Gaelic masculine given name. It is composed of the elements donn, meaning brown ; and chadh, meaning chief or noble .[1] The name is also written as Donnchad, Donncha, Donnacha, Donnchadha and Dúnchad. In English it is pronounced Donn ah or… …   Wikipedia

  • Donnchadh, Earl of Carrick — Donnchadh ( Duncan ) Mormaer or Earl of Carrick A 19th century reproduction of an impression of Donnchadh s seal, surviving from a Melrose charter, depicting [according to antiquarian Henry Laing] a winged dragon ; …   Wikipedia

  • Donnchadh of Argyll — (Duncan of Argyll) Born before 1175 Died Between 1244 and 1248 Other names Donnchad mac Dubgaill Donnchadh of Lorne Title Lord of Argyll, Lord of Lorne …   Wikipedia

  • Donnchadh, Earl of Lennox — Donnchadh of Lennox was the Mormaer of Lennox, 1385 1425. He was a son of Baltar mac Amlaimh and Margaret, daughter of Domhnall, Earl of Lennox. When Domhnall of Lennox died in 1365, Donnchadh s mother Margaret became ruler of Lennox. It had been …   Wikipedia

  • Donnchadh IV, Earl of Fife — [Duncan IV][1] (1289–1353) was sometime Guardian of Scotland, and ruled Fife until his death. He was the last of the native Scottish rulers of that province. He was born in late 1289, the same year as his father Donnchadh III s murder. He… …   Wikipedia

  • Donnchadh Mór Ó Dálaigh — was a celebrated Irish poet who died in 1244. Mor is the Irish word for great . Contents 1 Family background 2 Reputation 3 Finvarra 4 Poems …   Wikipedia

  • Donnchadh MacRath — Donnchadh MacRath, also known as Duncan MacRae of Inverinate and Donnchadh nam Pìos, was a Scottish Gaelic poet and the compiler of the Fernaig manuscript [1] which he committed to paper using an English influenced system of orthography. Contents …   Wikipedia

  • Donnchadh III, Earl of Fife — Donnchadh III or Duncan [1] was Earl of Fife (or Mormaer) from 1270/2 to 1288. He succeeded as only a child, the son of the previous Mormaer Colbán, who died young. During his minority, William Wishart, Bishop of St Andrews, became custos of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Donnchadh Ó Dubhda — Donnchadh Ó Dubhda, King of Ui Fiachrach Muaidhe, fl. 1213. Contents 1 Life 2 Genealogy 3 External links 4 References …   Wikipedia

  • Donnchadh de Strathearn — was a 14th century bishop of Dunkeld. He was probably from the family of the Gaelic Earls of Strathearn, perhaps even the son of Maol Íosa IV, Earl of Strathearn. He was in the company of, as his brother Maol Íosa V was, Edward Balliol when the… …   Wikipedia

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