Vaughan is a surname, originally Welsh though also used as a form of the Irish surname McMahon It derives from the Welsh word "bychan", meaning small. The word mutates to fychan (and pronounced 'vuh-chan'), and so corresponds to the English name Little. People with the surname Vaughan include:
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Famous quotes containing the word vaughan:
“O Joys! infinite sweetness! with what flowers
And shoots of glory my soul breaks and buds!”
—Henry Vaughan (16221695)