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Meaning of the Name Doug

53 names found for "Doug"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Doug is of Scottish, Celtic/Gaelic, English origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Scottish: Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Celtic/Gaelic: From the Name Douglas
Scottish: Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
English: Diminutive of Douglas: Dark Water. in the Seventeenth Century, This Name Was As Popular for Girls As for Boys

Similar Names

Daeg | Dag | Doeg | Dougie | Duc |

Related Names

Archibald  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' the Earl of Douglas
Dalston  (Anglo Saxon)
From Dougal's Place
Doggie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Doggie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Doogie  (English)
Diminutive of Douglas: Dark Water. in the Seventeenth Century, This Name Was As Popular for Girls As for Boys
Dougal  (Celtic)
Dark Stranger
Dougal  (English)
Dark-haired Stranger; Anglicized Form of the Gaelic Dubhghall and Dughall, Names Meaning 'Dark-haired Stranger.' Variations: Dugald, Dugal. Pet Names: Dougie
Dougal  (Scottish)
Dark-skinned Stranger
Dougal  (Anglo Saxon)
Dweller by the Dark Stream
Dougal  (Irish)
From the Gaelic Dubhgall, Meaning Dark Stranger. Daugal Was the Nickname the Irish Gave to the Vikings
Dougal  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Dark Stranger
Dougald  (Scottish)
Variant of Dougal: Dark-skinned Stranger
Dougall  (Scottish)
Variant of Dougal: Dark-skinned Stranger
Dougan  (Irish)
Variant of Dugan: Swarthy
Douggan  (Irish)
Variant of Dugan: Swarthy
Doughal  (Celtic)
Dark Stranger
Doughall  (Scottish)
Black Stranger
Dougherty  (Irish)
Variant of Doherty: Wicked
Doughlas  (Celtic)
Dwells by the Dark Stream
Dougie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Dougie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Dougie  (English)
Diminutive of Douglas: Dark Water. in the Seventeenth Century, This Name Was As Popular for Girls As for Boys
Douglas  (Scottish)
From the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River. The Scottish Douglas Clan Had Two Historical Branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) the Lords of These Clans
Douglas  (Scottish)
Surname Derived from the Gaelic Elements Dubh (Black, Dark) and Glas (Blue, Green, Gray; Stream). Dubhglas Was a Common Celtic River Name, and the Surname Might Have Originated to Denote One Who Lived
Douglas  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Archibald, the Earl of Douglas
Douglas  (Scottish)
From the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River. The Scottish Douglas Clan Had Two Historical Branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) the Lords of These Clans
Douglas  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Flowing from the Dark River
Douglas  (Irish)
Dark Stranger
Douglas  (Anglo Saxon)
Dweller by the Dark Stream
Douglas  (English)
Dark Water. in the Seventeenth Century, This Name Was As Popular for Girls As for Boys
Douglas  (Celtic)
Dark Grey, Graceful, Handsome, Talented, Makes Many Friends
Douglas  (Celtic)
Dwells by the Dark Stream
Douglass  (English)
Variant of Douglas: Dark Water. in the Seventeenth Century, This Name Was As Popular for Girls As for Boys
Douglass  (Celtic/Gaelic)
From the Name Douglas
Douglass  (Scottish)
From the Dark River. The Scottish Douglas Clan Had Two Historical Branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) the Lords of These Clans Figure in Sir Walter Scott's Novels
Dubhghall  (Scottish)
Dark-haired Stranger; a Compound Name Composed of the Gaelic Elements Dubh (Dark, Black) and Gall (Stranger). Anglicizaton: Dougal
Dubhghlas  (Gaelic)
A Compound Name Composed of the Elements Dubh (Black, Dark) and Glas (Blue, Green, Gray; Stream). See Also: Douglas
Dugal  (Scottish)
Variant of Dougal: Dark-skinned Stranger
Dugald  (Irish)
Variant of Dougal: from the Gaelic Dubhgall, Meaning Dark Stranger. Daugal Was the Nickname the Irish Gave to the Vikings
Dugald  (Scottish)
Variant of Dougal: Dark-skinned Stranger
Dugall  (Scottish)
Variant of Dougal: Dark-skinned Stranger
Kirk  (Norse)
Church. Dwells at the Church. Famous Bearer: American Actor Kirk Douglas
MacDougal  (Scottish)
Son of Dougal
MacDoughall  (Scottish)
Son of Dougal
MacDubhgall  (Scottish)
Son of Dougal
Pathros  (Biblical)
Mouthful of Dough, Persuasion of Ruin
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