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Re: meaning of Pogue
Posted by: Jim McMillen Date: July 11, 2001 at 21:25:19
In Reply to: meaning of Pogue by Georgiana Kotarski of 864

Pogue, like Poage, Polk, etc, are variations of the name Pollock, one of the earliest recorded in Scotland. These variations were especially common among the Pollocks who emigrated to Ireland. Though various meanings have been proposed for "pollock," I doubt that anyone knows for sure.

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