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Irish | Scottish
dunn Family History
Scots and Irish: from Gael.Donn, a byname for a person with dark hair or a swarthy complexion, from Gael. donn dark, brown.
English: nickname for a man with dark hair or a swarthy complexion, from ME, OE dunn dark-coloured. In part it may also derive from an unrecorded ME survival of the OE byname Dunn(a) "Dark".
Scots: habitation name from Dun in the former county of Angus (now part of Tayside region), from Gael. dun fort. Adam de Dun was elected to the deanery of Moray in 1255 and William de Dun, perhaps a relative, was dean there in 1268.
Vars.: Dun(ne), Don, Donn(e), Down.