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This surname comes from Vizcaya and it means the high or top house of
IBARGUREN. From Ibarguren (name of family) and "goitia" (high, top,
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Originates in Durango y Gordejuela, (Vizcaya).
The meaning is derrived from "Ibar" (riverbank, shore) and "guren"
(limit or border).
The coat of arms: On a field of gold is a red cross with a "flor de lis"
at the end of each of the apendages of the cross (these are actually
part of the cross and of the same color). Inside the cross there are
five silver "panelas" (these are like a leaf - they look like an upside
down spade). The border is silver containing eight red "aspas" (symbol
like an "x").
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