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Gender: F Pronunciation: MOHR-ahk Meaning of Morag: "great" Origin of Morag: Scottish

Commonly heard in Scotland, but could lead to pronunciation problems elsewhere, and the second syllable could prove very confusing. Morag is sometimes used as the Gaelic equivalent of Sarah. In the Harry Potter books, Morag MacDougal was a witch who attended Hogwarts in the same year as Harry.

Famous People Named Morag

Morag Beaton, Scottish opera singer
Morag Hood, Scottish actress
Morag Siller, Scottish actress
Morag Pirie, first Scottish woman FIFA referee
Morag Smith, Canadian actress/comedienne
Isobel Morag Marshall, birth name of Scottish radio and TV personality Isobel Barnett

Not pronounced like stated above, it has a G at the end so why would it end in in K sounds?

Pop Culture References for the name Morag

Morag the Nurse, character in "Mock the Week" fictional movie "Monsoon Poultry Hospital"
Morag, boss in the video game Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
Morag Stewart Bellingham, character on Australian soap "Home and Away"
Morag, alleged monster that lives in Loch Morar, first sighted in 1887
Katie Morag, children's book series by Mairi Hedderwick