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"AGATE. Stephen Agate, a Frenchman, jeweller and goldsmith, trade burgess of Aberdeen, 1696 (ROA., i, p. 246). Bardsley says 'son of Agnes," from Agg, diminutive Agot. More probably local, "at die gate" (so Bardsley, Harrison, Lower, Weekley). "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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