Darragh

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Darragh \d(a)-rra-gh\ is a name of Irish origin. The name is derived from the Gaelic word doire, which means "oak" or "oak grove." Darragh is frequently used in Ireland as either a male or a female given name, and it also occurs as a surname. The spelling varies, with variations like Daire.

In Celtic mythology, Darragh, also meant Dagda, the Celtic god of the underworld, it also means strength perseverance.

Darragh in other languages includes:

In Urdu, the name is Darius. In Hebrew, Dara means compassion or "pearl of wisdom." In Turkish and in Punjabi, Darragh means "leader". In Persian Dara (Persian: دارا) means "wealthy" and is a boy's name. It is also the name of a male doll, and Dara and Sara are sold as "Iran's Islamic alternative to Ken and Barbie". In the Swahili version Darragh means "the beautiful one". Dara is a female name in Bulgaria and Macedonia. Its meaning directly derives from "dar", which means "gift" both in Bulgarian and Macedonian. This name stems from the more common male name Bojidar (or Bozhidar), and its female version Bojidara (or Bozhidara), both meaning "Gift of God". Dara is also a short form of Oluwadarasimi or Oluwadara, which in Yoruba means "God is good". The name is used for both boys and girls.

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