The Irish Minogue surname is an Anglicized version of the Gaelic name O Muineog, most likely derived from the Irish word "manach," which meant "monk." The prefix "O" signifies "grandson of" or "descendant" and indicates the
origin of this surname.
, where Clerichen O Muineoc, bishop of Leighlin, died in 1050. Walter O'Mynok was acquitted of a charge of stealing cattle near
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