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It comes from the River Clodagh, which goes through County Tipperary and County Waterford in Ireland. The river has sometimes been spelled Clodaigh. Like many rivers in Ireland its name is also associated with a female deity.The name Clodagh is popular in this part of The Republic of Ireland as well as in Northern Ireland but is little used elsewhere.
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