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CGSH 364, 709.20. It is possible that the name in Kilmadrine is mac or meic Draigin, the son(s) of Draigen. The name is attested in CGSH: 364. Secht meic Draigin; Euthech, Anmere, Mac Chiar, Drucan, Finan, Faelan, Mechar. This comes from the additions from other manuscripts. Also, CGSH 709.20 meic Draigin Ó Riain notes that mac can sometimes have diminutive force (?equivalent to mo-). Ó Riain, Dictionary, 412.
Belongs to the group Draigen (ns)
Saint in place-names
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See: Draigen (ns)