Definitions

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  • proper noun A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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Anglicisation of a Scottish Gaelic patronymic surname derived from a Gaelic diminutive of Thomas.

Examples

  • The Conservatives are currently the largest party on the 36-strong borough council with 16 seats, followed by Labour with eight, the Independents with five, Socialists People's Party with four, borough council Independents with two and a sole Lib Dem Dom McCavish - the latter due to defend his Parkside seat.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • The Conservatives are currently the largest party on the 36-strong borough council with 16 seats, followed by Labour with eight, the Independents with five, Socialists People's Party with four, borough council Independents with two and a sole Lib Dem Dom McCavish - the latter due to defend his Parkside seat.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • The Conservatives are currently the largest party on the 36-strong borough council with 16 seats, followed by Labour with eight, the Independents with five, Socialists People's Party with four, borough council Independents with two and a sole Lib Dem Dom McCavish - the latter due to defend his Parkside seat.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • The Conservatives are currently the largest party on the 36-strong borough council with 16 seats, followed by Labour with eight, the Independents with five, Socialists People's Party with four, borough council Independents with two and a sole Lib Dem Dom McCavish - the latter due to defend his Parkside seat.

    Evening Mail news round-up

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