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Irish Surname - Deavers

Origin of the Irish Surname Deavers

The Irish surname Deavers, also spelled as Deevy, originates from the Gaelic name Ó Dubhuir, which means "descendant of Dubhuir." The name Dubhuir is derived from the words 'dubh,' meaning black, and 'odhar,' meaning sallow or tawny. The Deavers surname is primarily associated with County Kilkenny and County Waterford in Ireland.

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Variations of the Irish Surname Deavers

Coat of Arms and Motto of the Irish Surname Deavers

While there is no specific coat of arms or motto directly associated with the Deavers surname, it is possible that individual branches of the Deavers family may have developed their own coats of arms or mottos throughout history. Generally, coats of arms and mottos were specific to individual families rather than entire surnames.

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There is often limited information available on a specific coat of arms and motto for an Irish surname. Sometimes there are many variations, sometimes none, we have compiled a representative, but by no means exhaustive, selection. Please visit our Coat of Arms and Motto page for more information.

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