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Clodagh (//) is a female given name of Irish origin. Lady Clodagh Anson (1879–1957), daughter of John Beresford, 5th Marquess of Waterford, was named after the River Clodagh, which flows through the Marquess's estate at Curraghmore at County Waterford. Lady Clodagh married Claud Anson, son of Thomas Anson, 2nd Earl of Lichfield, and had a daughter who later wrote, "She called me Clodagh too and hoped, in vain, that we'd be the only two." The name Clodagh is popular in Ireland but is little used elsewhere.
People named Clodagh
- Clodagh Asshlin, the heroine of The Gambler, a 1905 novel by Katherine Cecil Thurston.
- Sister Clodagh, a main character in the 1939 novel Black Narcissus, played by Deborah Kerr in the 1947 film adaptation.
- Clodagh Pine, character in Maeve Binchy's Circle of Friends (novel)
- Clodagh Piper, mother of the heroine of the 1994 novel An Imaginative Experience by Mary Wesley
- Clodagh, protagonist of Grasshopper, a 2000 novel by Barbara Vine.
- Dr. Clodagh Delaney, in the RTÉ series The Clinic, played by Leigh Arnold
- Clodagh, protagonist of Heir to Sevenwaters, a fantasy novel set in medieval Ireland
- Storm Clodagh, a windstorm in north-western Europe in November 2015
- Clodagh Standing Stones, in County Cork
- Clodagh Eastern Colony, Sri Lanka
- Anson, Clodagh (8 February 2011) . "Ansons At Ardmore". The Ardmore Journal. 5: 44–50. Retrieved 4 July 2017.
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