Word Origin and History for dugan
from Irish Dubhagan, diminutive of dubh "black."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for dugan
He told Dugan he needed his resignation by the end of the day, and Dugan “took it like a man.”8 Juicy Bits From Dick Cheney’s Memoir
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On April 24, things between them had grown serious enough that Dugan announced their relationship on her Facebook page.
Alex Constantinople, CEO of OutCast, says Dugan disclosed her relationship with Pogue last December.
She says OutCast has no problem with Dugan dating a tech journalist.
Dugan, our carpenter, stopped as he was passing, apparently to watch us.
To be sure, with the exception of Dugan, their disabled were in worse condition than ours.
Dugan, still weak from his wound, was helping in the galley as best as he could.
Just why he could not return was not very clear, but it was because of Dugan.
And chief among these inhuman monsters is Dugan of the dark face.