Slowan B

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SLUAGHADH > SLUAGHADHÁN

This name derives from the Anglicized form of Old Gaelic surname “Ó Sluaghadháin”, meaning “descendant of Sluaghadhán, little raider, from “sluaghadh“, meaning “leader of a military expedition, man of arms, warrior”. The term Sloane refers to a stereotype in the UK of young, upper class or upper-middle-class women, or men who share distinctive and common lifestyle traits.

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