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Keogh

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Meaning  son of Eochaidh
Language(s) of origin  Gaelic
Region of origin  Ireland; Scotland
Related names  Eochaidh; Mac Eochaidh, MacEochaidh

Keogh, usually pronounced /ˈkj/, is an Irish and Scottish surname. It is a reduced form on an Anglicisation of the Gaelic Mac Eochaidh, MacEochaidh. The personal name Eochaidh is based upon the Gaelic eochair, meaning "lock or locksmith".

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Originally the Keoghs were entertainers to the royals of Ireland and Scotland, most notably music.

People

  • Sir Alfred Keogh, British Army medical doctor
  • Andrew Keogh (librarian), English-born American librarian
  • Andy Keogh, Irish football player
  • Barbara Keogh, British actress
  • Sir Bruce Keogh, English professor of cardiac surgery,
  • Edward Keogh, Wisconsin politician
  • Eugene James Keogh, New York politician
  • Fenton Keogh, Australian celebrity chef
  • Helen Keogh, Irish politician
  • Henry Keogh, Australian murderer
  • James Keogh, Time magazine editor
  • Jim Keogh, technical author
  • John Keogh (disambiguation)
  • John Keogh, Irish campaigner
  • Liam Keogh, Scottish football player
  • Matt Keough, American pro baseball player, mostly for the Oakland Athletics
  • Myles Keogh, Irish soldier and American Civil War military officer
  • Nina Keogh, Canadian puppet builder
  • Richard Keogh, Irish football player
  • Simon Keogh, Irish rugby player
  • Trevor Keogh, Australian football player
  • William Keogh, Irish politician and judge
  • Other

  • Keogh Plan, U.S. retirement-related tax provision
  • Harry Keogh, lead character of novel Necroscope
  • References

    Keogh Wikipedia


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