Monahan

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Monahan, and close variants, is a name of Gaelic origin, derived from manachán, a diminutive of Irish: Manach Latin: Monachus, a monk.[1][2] It may refer to:

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  • Alfred Monahan (1877–1945), Anglican bishop of Monmouth
  • Brian Monahan, Attending physician of the United States Congress
  • Haven Monahan, the alleged perpetrator of the sexual assault in the now-retracted Rolling Stone article "A Rape on Campus"
  • J. C. Monahan, American meteorologist and TV presenter
  • James G. Monahan (1855–1923), U.S. representative from Wisconsin
  • Patrick J. Monahan (born 1954), Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School of York University in Toronto, Canada

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Citations[edit]

  1. ^ Lanigan 1829, pp. 31.
  2. ^ Wall 1905, pp. 83.

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