Gallafraigh Surname History
The name Gallafraigh originated in 2012. The name did not exist until then and this is why:A Daugherty who married a Bazurto created the name. The name origin is linked to the planet of the Time Lords, Gallifrey (from the television show "Dr. Who"). The spelling of "Gallifrey" was changed to traditional Irish (Gallafraigh), and the name is now linked with the Ó Dochartaigh, or Daugherty, history. The new name Gallafraigh means "eternal".
As far as is known, the surname "Gallafraigh" is a modern surname which was created by a married couple in the year 2012 to accommodate their need to not take either of the others' surname. "Gallafraigh" is an Irish sounding spelling/iteration (as a nod to the wife's Irish heritage) of "Gallifrey" (the plant of the Time Lords in the British television show "Dr. Who.") According to the couple who adopted this surname, it means "renewal."
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