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Paguaga Or Pagoaga

PAGUAGA or PAGOAGA The origin of this surname is located on Gipuzkoa, there are houses with this name in Eibar (2), Aduna, Ernani and Ezkioga. Branches in Motriko 1668, Bilbao 1791. Juan Pagoaga lived in Ezkioga in 1411.

Meaning PAGOA: beech tree, AGA: Place, so the meaning is (the house) near the beech trees.

Coat of arms: There are two of the Eibar's House, here is the first Mantelado, 1=BA En azur una cruz de oro, 2=BA En plata, cuatro fajas de gule= s, 3=BA o manteladura, de sinople con un monte de su color natural, sumado de u= n castillo de piedra.

There are families with the name Pagoaga in the whole Basque country (north and south), but I don't think that are Paguaga s.

In Bizkaia, there are Pagoagas in: Berriatua, Lekeitio, Ondarroa, Bilbao, NOTE: Berriatua, Lekeitio, and Ondarroa, are close to Ibarrangelua

Libby Paguaga writes:

Paguaga is a Basque name and can be found in many places, but it can mostly be found in both Guernica and Bilbao.

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