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Originally posted by Donahue
i just use my last name
Donahue is Gaelic in origin, having morphed from the clan name “Ó Donnchadha.” “O” means “grandson of” and Donnchadha was a given name related to Duncan. “Donn” meant “brown-haired man” and “cath” meant “battle,” so the name may be interpreted as “brown-haired fighter” or simply “dark fighter.” “Donn” may also mean “chieftain.” The surname Donahue may be traced back to the county Kerry in southwestern Ireland.
Originally posted by ganjoa
reply to post by Severin
Wasn't Doctor Severin also a character in the original Star Trek episode about the planet "Eden"?
At the time (1966-68) the episode was a campy commentary on the hippy movement....