"And lastly the Gauls, pouring out of Gallia itself, from all the sea coast of Belgia and Celtica, into all the southern coasts of Ireland, which they possessed and inhabited, whereupon it is, at this day, amongst the Irish, a common use to call any stranger inhabitant Gald, thas is, decended from the Gauls." --- Spencer. Thus Dunagall, the fortress of the Gauls; Dubh-Gall black foreigners; Fingall, near Dublin?, so named from the Danes, or white foreigners, who were generally fair or red haired; Gall-Ogla signifies an English yeoman, Spencer; --- and Dermott Mac Murrough, who brought in the English, was surnamed Ni-Gall, as being their friend --- Ware