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Americans are going to say "each in" or "itchin'", which rhymes with "b*tchin'" -- argh!
-- leananshae  12/23/2007
In the Scottish highlands, it is sometimes anglicized as Hector.
-- lcgirl20  2/29/2008
Although "each" was once used for "horse" in Irish, it is now an archaic word. The modern word is "capall". That's the word that I always learned. :) Tá capall ag Déaglán - Declan has a horse.
-- Anonymous User  9/16/2009
I know a boy with this name, but he spells it Eacheann. It's pronounced like the letters HN.
-- TwilighterRenthead  4/18/2010

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