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Abbot Beoc came to Ireland in the 5th or 6th century. He was the youngest son of a Welsh
chieftain and founded a monastery on an island in Lough Derg. Beoc’s church was referred to as
Teo-da-Beoc and this probably gave rise to the spelling Dabeoc that is sometimes shown as
Dabeog or Daveog. Recently John Cunningham pointed out that Dr. Michael Harbison has put
forth the opinion that St. Daveog might have been a pre-Christian deity even though he is listed
as one of the great saints of Ireland. The land on which the monastery was located was originally
called Termon Dabeog but later became known as Termon Magrath after the local family in
Pettigo.

Origin: Donegal, Ireland

This name has no English menaing, It is a true Irish/Gaelic name.
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by Bab2010 June 21, 2010