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  1. A Scottish surname; an anglicization of mac Eoghainn (son of Ewen)
  2. An Irish surname; an anglicization of mac Eógain (son of Owen)
  3. A Jewish surname​; a variant of Cohen.
  4. A city in Tennessee; named after Dr. James Benjamin Cowan, a Civil War-era doctor whose family had lived in the area since the early 1800s.
  5. A town in New South Wales. Apparently an anglicization of a Yuin-Kuric word meaning “big water”.
  6. A town in Manitoba.
  7. A CDP in California.