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Index of first names

Douglas septs and name variations

 

 

Caffie, Cavers, Clendenin, Clendenine, Clendening, Clendenink, Clendennine, Clendenning, Clendennink, Clendining, Clendinnine, Clendinning, Clendinnink, Clenindin, Dawglas, Dawglass, Dawgless, Dawgliss, Dogles, Douglas, Douglase, Douglass, Dougles, Dougless, Douglis, Dougliss, Douglles, Dowglas, Draysdal, Draysdale, Draysdel, Draysdell, Draysdil, Draysdile, Draysdul, Draysdyle, Drisdal, Drisdale, Drisdele, Drisdelle, Drisdil, Drisdile, Drisdul, Drisdyle, Drisedal, Drisedale, Drisedil, Drisedile, Drisedul, Drisedyle, Dryfesdal, Dryfesdale, Dryfesdil, Dryfesdile, Dryfesdul, Dryfesdyle, Dryisdal, Dryisdale, Dryisdel, Dryisdell, Dryisdil, Dryisdile, Dryisdul, Dryisdyle, Drysdal, Drysdale, Drysdel, Drysdell, Drysdil, Drysdile, Drysdul, Drysdyle, Dubhghlas, Dueglas, Duglas, Duglass, Dugless, Dugliss, Dulglace, Dulglas, Dulglass, Dulgless, Dulgliss, Duueglas, Engladge, Englage, Engledge, Englege, Englidge, Englige, English, Englitch, Englys, Fforest, Fforrest, Foerster, Forest, Forester, Forrest, Forrester, Forresters, Forrestor, Forrestors, Forrests, Forrister, Forristers, Forster, Foster, Fosters, Fourest, Fourester, Gilhaffie, Gilhaffy, Gillpatrach, Gillpatrack, Gillpatrake, Gillpatrech, Gillpatreck, Gillpatrick, Gillpatrock, Gillpatrox, Gillpatryck, Gillpatryke, Gilpatrach, Gilpatrack, Gilpatrake, Gilpatrech, Gilpatreck, Gilpatrick, Gilpatrik, Gilpatritch, Gilpatrock, Gilpatrox, Gilpatryck, Gilpatryke, Girkpatrach, Girkpatrack, Girkpatrake, Girkpatrech, Girkpatreck, Girkpatrick, Girkpatrik, Girkpatrock, Girkpatrox, Girkpatryck, Girkpatryke, Glendan, Glendand, Glendane, Glendant, Glenden, Glendend, Glendenine, Glendening, Glendenink, Glendennine, Glendenning, Glendennink, Glendent, Glendin, Glendind, Glendinin, Glendinine, Glendining, Glendinink, Glendinnin, Glendinnine, Glendinning, Glendinnink, Glendint, Glendon, Glendonan, Glendonand, Glendonane, Glendonant, Glendonen, Glendonend, Glendonent, Glendonind, Glendonint, Glendonven, Glendonvene, Glendonvine, Glendonwan, Glendonwand, Glendonwane, Glendonwant, Glendonwen, Glendonwend, Glendonwent, Glendonwin, Glendonwind, Glendonwine, Glendonwint, Glendonwyn, Glendonwynd, Glendonwynn, Glendonyn, Glendonynd, Glendoun, Glendounn, Glendoven, Glendovene, Glendovine, Glendowan, Glendowand, Glendowane, Glendowant, Glendowen, Glendowend, Glendowent, Glendowin, Glendowind, Glendowine, Glendowint, Glendowyn, Glendowynd, Glendowyne, Glendowynn, Glendowynne, Glendyn, Glendynd, Glendynine, Glendyning, Glendynink, Hafey, Haffey, Haffie, Haffy, Hingladge, Hinglage, Hingledge, Hinglege, Hinglidge, Hinglige, Hinglish, Hinglitch, Ilhaffie, Ilhaffy, Inckle, Incles, Ingal, Ingale, Ingall, Ingalls, Ingals, Ingels, Inggal, Inggale, Inggall, Inggalls, Inggals, Inggels, Inggil, Inggile, Inggill, Inggills, Inggils, Inggod, Inggode, Inggoit, Inggold, Inggolds, Inggoll, Inggolls, Inggood, Inggoode, Inggoold, Inggould, Inggoyd, Inggude, Inggul, Inggull, Inggulls, Inggyle, Ingil, Ingile, Ingill, Ingills, Ingils, Ingladge, Inglage, Ingle, Ingledge, Inglege, Ingles, Inglidge, Inglige, Inglis, Inglish, Inglitch, Inglys, Ingode, Ingoit, Ingol, Ingold, Ingolds, Ingoll, Ingolls, Ingols, Ingood, Ingoode, Ingoold, Ingould, Ingoyd, Ingude, Ingul, Ingull, Ingulls, Inguls, Ingyle, Inkale, Inkall, Inkalls, Inkals, Inkels, Inkile, Inkill, Inkills, Inkils, Inkle, Inkode, Inkoit, Inkold, Inkolds, Inkoll, Inkolls, Inkood, Inkoode, Inkoold, Inkould, Inkoyd, Inkude, Inkull, Inkulls, Inkyle, Kilhaffie, Kilhaffy, Kilkpatrach, Kilkpatrack, Kilkpatrake, Kilkpatrech, Kilkpatreck, Kilkpatrick, Kilkpatrik, Kilkpatrock, Kilkpatrox, Kilkpatryck, Kilkpatryke, Killpatrach, Killpatrack, Killpatrake, Killpatrech, Killpatreck, Killpatrick, Killpatrik, Killpatrock, Killpatrox, Killpatryck, Killpatryke, Kilpartach, Kilpartack, Kilpartake, Kilpartech, Kilparteck, Kilpartick, Kilpartik, Kilpartitch, Kilpartock, Kilpartox, Kilpartyck, Kilpartyke, Kilpatrach, Kilpatrack, Kilpatrake, Kilpatrech, Kilpatreck, Kilpatrick, Kilpatrik, Kilpatritch, Kilpatrock, Kilpatrox, Kilpatryck, Kilpatryke, Kirckpatric, Kirckpatrox, Kirkpatrach, Kirkpatrack, Kirkpatrake, Kirkpatrech, Kirkpatreck, Kirkpatric, Kirkpatrick, Kirkpatrik, Kirkpatrock, Kirkpatrox, Kirkpatryck, Kirkpatryke, Locherbee, Locherbie, Locherby, Lockerbee, Lockerbie, Lockerby, Lokerbee, Lokerbie, Lokerby, Lougherbee, Lougherbie, Lougherby, MacCaffee, MacCaffie, MacCaffy, MacDouglas, MacGilhaffie, MacGilhaffy, MacGuffock, MacHaffie, MacHaffy, MacIlhaffie, MacIlhaffy, MacKilhaffie, MacKilhaffy, Maghaffey, Maghaffie, Maghaffiy, Maghaffy, Maghalfie, Maghalfy, Mahaffey, Mahaffie, Mahaffiy, Mahaffy, Mahalfie, Mahalfy, McCaffee, McCaffie, McCaffy, McDouglas, McGilhaffie, McGilhaffy, McHaffie, McHaffy, McIlhaffie, McIlhaffy, McKilhaffie, McKilhaffy, Milhaffie, Milhaffy, Moorton, Mordand, Mordane, Mordend, Mordent, Mordind, Mordint, Mordyn, Mordynd, Moreton, Morreton, Mortan, Mortand, Mortane, Mortant, Morten, Mortend, Mortent, Mortind, Mortint, Morton, Mortyn, Mortynd, Mourton, Myrton, Sandelands, Sandilan, Sandiland, Sandilands, Sandilane, Sandilant, Sandilen, Sandilend, Sandilent, Sandilind, Sandilint, Sandilyn, Sandilynd, Sandlan, Sandland, Sandlane, Sandlant, Sandlen, Sandlend, Sandlent, Sandlind, Sandlint, Sandlyn, Sandlynd, Sandylands, Santelands, Santilan, Santiland, Santilands, Santilane, Santilant, Santilen, Santilend, Santilent, Santilind, Santilint, Santilyn, Santilynd, Santlan, Santland, Santlane, Santlant, Santlen, Santlend, Santlent, Santlind, Santlint, Santlyn, Santlynd, Santylands, Saundelands, Saundilan, Saundiland, Saundilands, Saundilane, Saundilant, Saundilen, Saundilend, Saundilent, Saundilind, Saundilint, Saundilyn, Saundilynd, Saundlan, Saundland, Saundlane, Saundlant, Saundlen, Saundlend, Saundlent, Saundlind, Saundlint, Saundlyn, Saundlynd, Saundylands, Sawndelands, Sawndilan, Sawndiland, Sawndilands, Sawndilane, Sawndilant, Sawndilen, Sawndilend, Sawndilent, Sawndilind, Sawndilint, Sawndilyn, Sawndilynd, Sawndlan, Sawndland, Sawndlane, Sawndlant, Sawndlen, Sawndlend, Sawndlent, Sawndlind, Sawndlint, Sawndlyn, Sawndlynd, Sawndylands, Ynglis, Ynglys, Yngull 

Some Gaelic documents spell the name: 'Dhubhghlas'.

I have yet to determine if the Jordanian/Palestinian family Daghlas, or Daghles, is a Douglas family.

 

Dougla people (plural Douglas) are Caribbean people who are of mixed African and Indian descent. The word Dougla (also Dugla or Dogla) is used primarily in Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Guyana, and Jamaica.

The word Dougla originated from doogala *, which is a Caribbean Hindustani word that may mean "many", "much" or "a mix". Some of the connotations of the word such as bastard, illegitimate and son of a whore are secondary and limited to sections of North India where the term may have originated. Originally, in the West Indies the word was only used for Afro-Indo mixed race, despite its origin as a word used to describe inter-caste mixing.

 

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