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How do you spell Meghan in Gaelic?


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Answered 2013-03-03 16:52:30

It's a Welsh name Megan a form of Margaret;

Irish would use Peig or Peigín.

Scottish Gaelic is Magaidh or Peigi.

Although Megan/Meghan may sound Irish, it isn't.


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