Darragh - Wikipedia

Darragh /ˈdærə/ is a name of Irish origin.[1] The name is derived from the Old Irish word daire (modern Irish doire), which means oak. Darragh is frequently used in Ireland as a masculine forename, though sometimes occurs as a surname or feminine forename. Darragh is related to the name Dáire. The spelling varies, with variations such as Dara, Daragh etc.

In Celtic mythology, Darragh also meant Dagda, the Celtic god of the underworld. It also means strength and perseverance.

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  1. ^ Ó Séaghdha, Darach (3 March 2022). "The Irish For: The rise of Rían - the latest baby names in Ireland". thejournal.ie. The Journal. Retrieved 23 May 2022.