Subsídios para o Resgate de Identidade Céltica Britânica: Parte II – Escoceses

Instruções Gerais

Os povos CELTAS das Ilhas Britânicas são, em ordem alfabética, e nomes originais Celtas de seus países ou nações:

  • Córnicos (Cornualha, condado; Kérnow)
  • Escoceses (Escócia, nação constituinte com referendo de independência agendado para 2014; Alba)
  • Galeses (Gales, nação constituinte; Cymrú)
  • Irlandeses (Irlanda, país soberano, Irlanda do Norte, nação constituinte; Eire)
  • Maneses (Ilha de Man, país com autogoverno mas dependente da Coroa Britânica; Mannin)

Sempre recordando que há outros povos Celtas em outras partes da Europa! Aqui estamos nos dedicando aos Celtas das Ilhas Britânicas, não são de modo algum os únicos, muito pelo contrário, estudos das universidades de Trinity, Leeds e Cambridge comprovaram geneticamente que os Irlandeses descendem de Galegos e de outros povos do Norte da Península Ibérica.

Para maior agilidade, copiamos e colamos listas em inglês, apenas editando ou traduzindo quando havia necessidade, maiores informações ou correções poderão ser buscadas nas fontes desta coletânea!

Lista de Sobrenomes Escoceses

A-C

Sobrenome Gaélico Escocês Escrita em Inglês Notas
Aileanach Allan, Allanach,

MacCallan

Allanach inWester Ross.[1]
Ailpeanach MacAlpine
Allanach Allan, Allanach,

MacCallan

Allanach inWester Ross.[1]
Ambarsan Anderson In Sleat.[1]
Andarsan Anderson
Anndrasdan Anderson
Arasgain Erskine “Arascain”in old orthography.[2]
Bànach Bain In Wester Ross.[1]
Baran Barron
Barrach Dunbar
Beitean Beaton, Bethune In Ross.[1]
Bhàsa Vass
Bhodhsa Vass
Blacach Black
Blàr Blair
Blàrach Blair, Muir
Bochanan Buchanan
Boid,[4] Bòid[1] Boyd[1][2][4]
Bòideach Boyd
Bràigheach MacGillivray
Breac Breck
Breathnach Galbraith, Walsh, Welsh
Brothaigh Brodie
Bruis Bruce
Brùn Broun, Brown On Tiree.[1]
Brus Bruce
Buideach Budge
Buidheach Bowie, Buie
Buids Budge
Buiseid Bisset
Cailbhin Calvin
Caileanach Callanach, MacCallan
Caimbeul Campbell
Caimbeulach Campbell
Camran Cameron
Camshron Cameron
Camshronach Cameron
Cananach Buchanan
Canonach Buchanan,

MacPherson

MacPhersonin Skye.[2]
Caoidheach Kay, MacKay
Caolaisdean Kelso On Arran.[1]
[1]
Catach Catach, Catto
Catan Cattenach
Catanach Cattenach Also a memberof Clan Chattan.[2]
Ceallach Kelly
Ceanadach Kennedy
Ceannaideach Kennedy
Cearrach Kerr On Arran.[1]
Ceiteach Keith
Ciar Keir
Ciarach Keir
Ciogach Eggo In Aberdeenshire.[1]
Coineagan Cunningham
Crannach Cranna In Aberdeenshire.[1]
[3]
[1]
Criatharach Crerar In Loch Tayand Strathspey.[1]
Cuimeanach Comyn, Cumming
Cuimein Comyn, Cumming
Cuimeineach Comyn, Cumming
Càidh Caie, Kay, Keith Keith in Caithness.[1]
Cèamp Kemp In Wester Ross.[1]
Cèampach Kemp In Wester Ross.[1]
Còmhan Cowan, MacCowan
Creag, Creagach Craig

D-M

Gaélico Escocês Inglês Ref
Dalais Dallas
Deòir Dewar
Deòireach Dewar
Dòmhnallach, Dòmhnullach Macdonald
Druimeanach Drummond
Druimein Drummond
Druimeineach Drummond
Druiminn Drummond
Dubh Dow, Black
Dubhach MacDuff
Dùbhghlas Douglas
Dùghallach Coull, Dowell, MacDougall, MacDowall
Dùghlas Douglas
Dùghlasach Douglas
Dunaid Dunnet
Dunaidh Downie
Eabarcrombaigh Abercrombie
Fearghasdan Ferguson
Fionnlasdan Finlayson
Flimean[1] Fleming
Foirbeis[3] Forbes
Foirbeiseach Forbes
Forsàidh Forsyth
Fòlais Foulis, Fowlis
Friseal Fraser, Frazer
Frisealach Fraser, Frazer
Gall Gall
Gallach Gall, Gallie, Gollach
Geadais Geddes
Geadasach Geddes
Gearailteach Fitzgerald
Gilios Gillies
GillAndrais Gillanders
GillEasbaig Archbold, Archibald, Bishop, Gillespie
GillEasbuig Gillespie, Archibald
GilleChriosd Gilchrist, Christie
GilleChrìost Gilchrist, Christie
Gill’Iosa Gillies
Giobsan Gibson
Glas Glass, Gray
Gobha Gow, Smith
Grannd Grant
Grannda Grant
Granndach Grant
Greum Graeme, Graham
Greumach Graeme, Graham
Griogal MacGregor In Wester Ross.[1]
Griogalach MacGregor In Wester Ross.[1]
Griogarach Gregg, Greig, Greer, Grierson, MacGregor
Guaire Noble
Guinne Gunn
Gunnach Gunn
Gutraidh Guthrie
Gòrdan Gordon
Gòrdanach Gordon
Ìomharach Iverach, Ivory
Latharnach Larnach
Lathurna Lorne
Leamhanach Lennox
Leamhnach Lennox
Leòideach Cloud, MacLeod
Lobhdain Lothian In Glen Lyon.[1]
Loganach Logan
Loudain Lothian In Glen Lyon.[1]
Lìos Lees on Arran.[1]
Lìosach Gillies, Lees also used for someone from Lismore.[2]
Lùtair Luther

Mac-

Mac- (son of) is by far the most common element in Sobrenome Gaélico Escocêss.

Gaélico Escocês

Inglês

Mac a’ Bhacstair, Mac a’ Bhacastair Baker, Baxter, MacVaxter
Mac a’ Bhàird Baird, Ward
Mac a’ Bhàirling MacFarlane
Mac a’ Bharain Barron, Warren
Mac a’ Bhiataich MacCavity, MacVitie
Mac a’ Bhiocair MacVicar
Mac a’ Bhreatannaich[1][3] Braithnoch, Bratney, Bratnie, Bretnoch, Calbraith,[1] Galbraith,[3] MacBratney[1]
Mac a’ Bhreatnaich Galbraith, Bratney, Cretney
Mac a’ Bhruthainn[1][3] MacBrayne, Brown[3]
Mac a’ Chananaich Buchanan
Mac a’ Charraige Craig
Mac a’ Chléirich[1][3] Clark etc., MacClery,[3] MacLerie, Clerie[1]
Mac a’ Chombaich[1][3] Colquhoun,[3] MacCombie[1]
Mac a’ Chriathrair[1][3] Crerar[3]
Mac a’ Chrosain MacCrossan
Mac a’ Chruiteir Harper, MacWhirter
Mac a’ Ghniomhaid Agnew
Mac a’ Ghobhainn[1][3] MacGavin,[1] MacGowan, Smith,[3] Gow
Mac a’ Ghoill Gall, MacGill
Mac a’ Ghreidheir Grieve, Grierson
Mac a’ Ghreusaiche Grassick, Grassie, Soutar
Mac a’ Ghrùdair Brewster, Gruer, MacGruer, MacGruther, Magruder
Mac a’ Leòra MacClure, MacLure
Mac a’ Lìos[1][3] Lees, MacLeish
Mac a’ Mhaighstir MacMaster
Mac a’ Mhaoilein MacMillan, MacWhillan, Quillan
Mac a’ Mhaoir Mair, Weir
Mac a’ Mhiadhaich May, Omay, Omey
Mac a’ Mhuilleir Millar, Milne
Mac a’ Phearsain MacPherson
Mac a’ Phì[1][3] Fee,[1] MacPhee,[3] MacCaffey
Mac an Aba[1][3] Abbot, Abbotson,[1] Macnab[3]
Mac an Airgid Sillars
Mac an Deòir Dewar, Macindeoir
Mac an Deòraidh Major, Jorie, MacJarrow
Mac an Dorsair Dorward, Durward
Mac an Duibh Macindoe
Mac an Fhigheadair MacNider
Mac an Fhilidh MacNeillie, Neil
Mac an Fhleisteir Fletcher, Leslie
Mac an Fhoirbhich Munro
Mac an Fhùcadair MacKnockater, MacNucator, Walker
Mac an Fhuibhir MacNair, Weir
Mac an Iasgair[1][3] Fisher,[3] MacInesker.[1]
Mac an Lamhaich,[3] Mac an Làmhaich[1] Lennie[1][2][3]
Mac an Leighe MacLeay
Mac an Lèigh[1][3] Beaton, Livingston, Livingstone, MacLeay[3]
Mac an Luaimh Mulloy
Mac an Oighre MacNair
Mac an Ollaimh MacInally, MacNally
Mac an Rìgh MacNee, King
Mac an Rothaich Munro
Mac an Ruaidh Macanroy, Macinroy, Roy
Mac an Sporain MacSporran, Purser, Purcell
Mac an Tàilleir Taylor
Mac an Tòisich[1][3] Mackintosh, Macintosh,[3] Tosh[1]
Mac an t-Sagairt[1][3] MacTaggart,[3] Taggart[1]
Mac an t-Saoir[1][3] Macintyre,[3] MacTear, Tyre, Wright[1]
Mac an t-Sealgair Hunter
Mac an t-Srònaich[1] Stronach[1]
Mac an Tuairneir Turner
Mac an Uidhir[1][3] MacNair[3] Weir
Mac Iain Bhallaich Malloch
Mac Iain Duibh MacIndoe
Mac Iain Ruaidh MacInroy, MacAnroy
Mac Iain Uidhir MacNair
Mac na Carraige Craig
Mac na Ceàrda[1][3] Caird,[1] Sinclair[3]
Mac na Ceàrdaich Caird, Sinclair
Mac na Maoile MacMillan
Mac O’ Dreain Drain
Mac O’ Seannaig Shannon
Mac’Ill’Anndrais Anderson, MacAndrew, Gillanders
Mac’IlleBhreac Breck
Mac’Ill’Eathainn MacLean
Mac’Ill’Fhinnein MacLennan
Mac’Ill’Fhinntain Clinton, MacLinton
Mac’Ill’Fhionndaig MacClintock
Mac’Ill’Iosa Gillies, MacLeish
Mac’Ill’Oig Ogg, Young
Mac’Ille na Brataich Bannerman
Mac’IlleBhàin Bain, Micklewain, Milwain, Whyte
Mac’IlleBhuidh Bowie, Buie, Ogilvy
Mac’IlleChiar Kerr, Keir
Mac’IlleDhuibh Black, Blackie, Dow
Mac’IlleMhìcheil Carmichael, Gilmichael
Mac’IlleMhòire Gilmour, Gilmore
Mac’IlleNaoimh MacNiven
Mac’IlleRiabhaich Darach, Darroch etc., Reoch, Revie, Riach
Mac’IlleRuaidh Gilroy, MacIroy, Reid, Roy
Mac’Uirigh Currie
MacAbhra MacAra
MacAbhsalain Causland, MacAuslan
MacAdaidh,[3] MacÀdaidh[1] MacAdie,[1] MacCadie,[3] Munro[1]
MacAdhaimh,[3] MacÀdhaimh[1] Adam, Adamson,[1] MacAdam, MacCaw,[3] MacKeggie[1]
MacÀidh MacKay
MacAididh MacAdie
MacAilein[1][3] Allan, Allanson, Callan,[1] MacAllan[3]
MacAilpein[1][3] Alpine,[1] MacAlpine[3]
MacAlasdair[1][3] Alexander,[1] MacAlister,[3] MacAllister,[4] MacAndie,[2][3] McElshender
MacAmbrais Cambridge, Chambers, MacCambridge
MacAmhalghaidh Cowley, MacAulay, Oliver
MacAmhlaidh MacAulay
MacAmhlaigh[1][4] Cowley, MacAulay
MacAnndaidh Andie,[1] MacAndie
MacAnndra Anderson, Andrew, MacAndrew
MacAnndrais Anderson, Andrew, MacAndrew
MacAodhagain MacKeegan
MacAoidh[1][3] Kay, MacGhie, MacHeth,[1] MacKay,[3] MacHugh, MacKee, MacKie
MacAoidhein MacQuien
MacAomalain Bannatyne
MacAonghais[1][3] Angus, Canch,[1] MacAinsh,[3] MacCance,[1] MacInnes,[3] Innes
MacAra MacAra
MacArtain MacArthur, MacCartney
MacArtair[1][3] Arthur, Carter,[1] MacArthur[3]
MacAsgaidh Caskie, MacCaskie
MacAsgaill MacAskill
MacAsgain MacAskin
MacBeatha Beaton, Bethune, MacBeath, MacBeth, MacBey
MacBeathag MacBeth
MacBhàididh MacWattie, Watson, Watt
MacBharrais MacVarish
MacBhàtair MacWalter, Qualtrough, Watson, Watt, Watters
MacBheatha[1][3] MacBeth,[3] MacVeigh,[1] MacVey,[1] Beith
MacBheathaig MacBeth, MacBethock
MacBheathain MacBain, MacBean, MacVean
MacBhigein MacFigan, Little
MacBhiocair MacVicar
MacBhlàthain Blain, Blane
MacBhradain Braden,[1] Salmon(d)[2]
MacBhraonaigh[1] Burnie[1]
MacBhrìghdeinn Bryden, MacBridan
MacCàba MacCabe
MacCaibe MacCabe
MacCailein Colinson, Cullen, MacCallan
MacCain MacCann, MacCain, MacKean
MacCaisgein MacAskin
MacCalmain MacCalman, Murchison
MacCaluim MacCallum, Malcolm(son)
MacCaog MacCaig
MacCaoig Caig, MacCaig
MacCardaidh[1][3] Hardie, MacHardie,[1] MacHardy[3]
MacCarmaig Cormack, MacCormick
MacCathachaidh MacCarthy
MacCathail[1][3] Cail,[1] MacAll,[3] MacCail,[1] MacCall, MacKail[3]
MacCathbhaidh MacCaffie, MacHaffie, Mahaffie
MacCathain MacCann, MacKean, MacCain
MacCathasaigh Cassie
MacCathbharra MacAffer, MacCaffer
MacCeallaig MacKellaig
MacCeallaigh Kelly
MacCeallair MacKellar
MacCearnaigh Cairnie
MacCearraich MacKerrow
MacCeasain Kesson
MacChoinnich MacKenzie
MacCianain Keenan
MacCiarain MacKerron
MacCiomalain Bannatyne
MacCionadha MacKenna, MacKinnie
MacCinidh MacKenna, MacKinnie
MacClambroch Landsburgh
MacCnaimhin MacNevin
MacCnusachainn Kennedy
MacCodrum MacCodrum
MacCoinnich[1][3] Kynoch,[1] Mackenzie,[3] MacKinnie
MacCoinnigh MacWhinnie
MacColla MacColl
MacComhainn Cowan, MacCowan
MacConaill MacConnell, MacWhannell
MacConnain Connon
MacCosgraigh MacCoskrie
MacCorcadail MacCorquodale
MacCormaig MacCormack, MacCormick
MacCrain MacCrain, Crane
MacCreamhain Crawford, Crawfurd
MacCriomain Grimond, MacCrimmon
MacCrithein MacNiven
MacCrosain Crossan, MacCrossan
MacCruimein[1][3] Grimmond,[1] MacCrimmon[3]
MacCrìsdein Christie, Chrystal, MacCrystal
MacCròin MacCrone
MacCuaig Cook, MacCuaig
MacCuidhein MacDonald
MacCuilcein MacQuilken, Wilkins, Wilkinson
MacCuinn[1][3] Conn,[1] MacQueen,[3] Quinn
MacCuinnleis Candlish, Chandlish, MacCandlish
MacCuirc MacGurk, Quirk
MacCuithein MacDonald, MacQueen, MacQuien
MacCullach MacCulloch
MacCullaich MacCulloch
MacCumasgaigh Comiskey
MacCumhais MacCuish
MacCuthais MacCuidh
MacCòiseam MacCoshin, MacDonald
MacCòmhain Cowan, MacCowan
MacCòmhghan MacCowan
MacCùga Cook
MacDheòrsa MacGeorge, Major
MacDhiarmaid MacDermid, MacDiarmid, Campbell
MacDhonnchaidh[1][3] Duncan,[1] MacConnachie, Robertson[3]
MacDhrostain MacRostie
MacDhubhaich MacDuff Duffy, MacDuthy
MacDhubhaig MacCuaig
MacDhubhShìth Duffy, Fee, MacDuffie, MacFee
MacDhubhthaich MacDuff, Duffy, MacDuthy
MacDhuibh MacDuff, MacDui
MacDhunlèibhe Livingstone
MacDiarmaid MacDermid, Campbell
MacDhàibhidh Davie, Davidson, Day, Deason
MacDhòmhnaill Donald, Donaldson, MacConnell, MacDonald
MacDhùghaill[1][3] Coles, Coull, Dowall,[1] MacDougall, MacDowell[3]
MacDhùnShléibhe Livingston, MacLeay
MacEachaidh [6] McGeachie, MacGeachie, McGeachy, MacGeachy [7]
MacEachainn MacEachen, MacGeachen, McGeechan
MacEachairn MacEachern, MacKechnie
MacEacharna[1][4] Cochrane,[1] MacEachern, MacKechnie[4]
MacEalair MacKellar, Quiller
MacEalar Mackellar, Quiller
MacEamailinn Bannatyne
MacEanain MacKinnon
MacEanraig, MacEanraig Henderson, Hendry, Henry, MacKendrick
MacEòghainn[3][5] MacEwan,[3] MacEwen,[5] Ewing, MacHugh, Owen
MacFhearchair[1] Carrocher,[5] Farquhar, Farquharson, Kerracher, MacErchar, MacFarquhar, MacKerracher,[1] Mackerchar[3]
MacFhearghail MacKerral
MacFhearghais[1][3] Fergus,[1] Ferguson, Fergusson,[3] Ferries, MacFerries, MacKerras,[1] MacKerruish
MacFhilib MacGilp, MacKillop, Philp
MacFhiongain MacKinnon
MacFhionghain, MacFhionghuin MacKinnon
MacFhionnlaigh[1][3] Findlay, Finlayson,[1] Macinlay,[3] MacIntosh,[1] Mackinlay[3]
MacFhitheachain MacIchan, Mackichan
MacFhlaithbheartaich MacLafferty, MacLarty, MacLaverty
MacFhraing Rankin
MacFhraingein MacCracken, Rankin
MacFigeinn Little, Littleson, MacFigan
MacFrìdeinn Brydan, MacBridan
MacFuirigh MacVurich
MacGairbheith Garvie, Jarvie, MacGarva, MacGarvie
MacGaradh Hay, MacGarrie
MacGhearailt Fitzgerald
MacGill-Eain MacLean
MacGhille MacGill
MacGill’Earnain MacLearnan
MacGill’Easbaig Archbold, Archibald, Bishop, Gillespie
MacGill’Eòin Meiklejohn
MacGill’Fhaolagain MacKilligan
MacGill’Fhiontag MacLintock
MacGill’Oig Ogg, Young
MacGill’Onaidh MacGillony
MacGille MacGillivray
MacGilleBhàin Bain, Bayne, MacBain, Micklewain, Milvain, Wayne, Whyte
MacGilleBhràth MacGillivray
MacGilleBhreac Breck
MacGilleBhrìghde Gibb, Gibson, Gilbert, Gilbride, MacBryde
MacGilleChaluim MacLeod
MacGilleChrìosd MacGilchrist, Christie
MacGilleDhonaghart MacDonald
MacGilleathain Clean, Gellion, Gilzean, Lane, MacLaine, MacLean
MacGilleDhuibh Black, Blackie
MacGilleFhialain MacLellan
MacGilleGhlais Glass, Gray
MacGillIosa Gillies, MacLeish
MacGilleMhartainn Gilmartin
MacGilleRiabhaich Darroch, MacIlwraith, Reoch, Revie, Riach
MacGilleSeathanaich Shaw
MacGiobain Cubbin, MacGibbon, Gibson
MacGlaisein[1][3] Glashan,[1] MacGlashan[3]
MacGoraidh Gorrie, MacGorrie, Godfrey, Jeffrey(s)
MacGobhainn MacCowan, MacGowan,[3] Smith
MacGoraidh Gorrie, MacGorrie, Godfrey, Jeffrey(s)
MacGriogair[1][3] Gregory, Grigor,[1] MacGregor,[3] Greig, Gregg, Grierson
MacGuaire Curry, MacGuire, MacQuarrie, Noble
MacGumaraid Montgomery
MacIain[1][3][5] Johnson,[3] Johnston,[5] Kean, MacIan,[3] MacKean,[1] MacDonald
MacIllAnndrais Anderson, Gillanders, MacAndrew
MacIllAodhagain MacLagan
MacIllDheòra MacClure, MacLure
MacIllEarnain MacLearnan
MacIllEasbaig Archibald, Gillespie
MacIllEathain[1][4] Clean, Gellion, Gilzean, Lane, MacLaine,[1] MacLean[4]
MacIlleBhàin Bain, Bayne, MacBain, Micklewain, Milvain, Whyte
MacIlleBheathain MacIlvain, MacIlwaine, Wayne
MacIlleBhlàthain Blain, Blane, MacBlane
MacIlleBhràth MacGillivray
MacIlleBhrìghde Gibb, Gilbert, Gilbride, MacBryde
MacIlleBhris MacElfrish
MacIlleBhuidhe Bowie, Buie, Ogilvie
MacIlleChaluim MacCallum, Malcolm(son)
MacIlleChatain Hatton
MacIlleChathbhaidh MacCaffie, MacHaffie, Mahaffie
MacIlleChiar Keir, Kerr
MacIlleChiarain MacIlherran, MacKerron, Herron, Sharpe
MacIlleChomhghain Cowan, MacCowan
MacIlleChonaill MacWhannell
MacIlleChrìosd Gilchrist
MacIlleChruim Crum, MacCrum
MacIlleDhòmhnaich Downie, MacIldownie
MacIlleDhonaghart MacDonald
MacIlleDhubhthaich Duthie, Maduthy
MacIlleDhuibh Black, Dow, Dowie, Howie, Huie
MacIlleDhuinn Brown, Donn, Dunn
MacIlleGhlais Glass, Gray
MacIlleGhuinnein Winning
MacIlleGhuirm Blue
MacIll’Éidich MacLatchie, MacLetchie
MacIll’Eòin Meiklejohn
MacIlleMhaoil[1][4] Bell, MacGill,[1] MacMillan[4]
MacIlleMhàrtainn MacMartin, Gilmartin
MacIlleMhearnaig Warnock
MacIlleMhìcheil Carmichael, MacMichael
MacIlleMhoire Gilmore, Gilmour, Morrison
MacIlleNaoimh MacNiven
MacIllePhàdraig Milfrederick
MacIllePheadair MacFater, MacPhater, Paterson, Peters
MacIlleRiabhaich Darroch, MacIlwraith, Reoch, Revie, Riach
MacIlleRuaidh Gilroy, MacIlroy, Milroy, Reid, Roy
MacIlleSheathain MacCheyne, MacShane, Sheen
MacIlleSheathanaich Shaw
MacIlleSheathnaich Shaw
MacIlleThòmhais Hosier, MacLehose, Mucklehose
MacIllFhaolagain MacKilligan
MacIll’Fhaolain[1][4] Cleland, Gilfillan, Gilliland, MacClelland,[1] MacLellan[4]
MacIllFheargain MacLergan
MacIll’Fhialain MacLellan
MacIll’Fhinnein MacLennan
MacIll’Fhionndaig Lindsay, MacClintock, MacLintock
MacIllFhionndain Clinton, MacLinton
MacIllIanain MacLennan
MacIllÌmheir MacLiver, Oliver
MacIllIomchadha MacClumpha, MacLumpha
MacIllÌosa Gillies, Lees, MacLeish
MacIllOnchon Clanachan, Clenachan, MacClanachan
MacIllOnfhaidh MacAlonie, MacGillonie
MacIll’osa Gillies, MacLeish
MacIllUidhir MacClure, MacLure
MacIomhair,[3] MacÌomhair[1] MacIver[1][3]
MacIonmhainn[1][3] Love,[3] MacKinven[1]
MacIosaig,[3] MacÌosaig[1] MacIsaac, MacKessock[1][2][3]
MacLabhrainn[1][3] MacLaren,[3] MacLaurin,[1] Lawrie
MacLabhruinn MacLaren, Laurie
MacLachlainn[1][3] MacLachlan,[3] MacLauchlan[1]
MacLagain MacLagan
MacLamraich Landsborough
MacLaomainn[1][3] Lamond, Lamont,[3] MacLeman[1]
MacLathagain MacLagan
MacLeòid Cloud, MacLeod
MacLeòir MacClure, MacLure
MacLianain MacLennan
MacLothaidh Fullarton, Fulton, MacCloy
MacLiuthar McLure
MacLughaidh[1][3] Fullarton, Fulton,[2] MacClew, MacCloy,[1] MacCluie, MacLoy[3]
MacLuinge MacClung, MacLung
MacLuirg MacLurg
MacLulaich MacCulloch, MacLullich
MacLùcaidh MacLuckie
MacLùcais[1][3] Luke,[3] MacDougall,[1] MacLucas,[3] MacLugash[1]
MacMhaighstir MacMaster
MacMhanachain Monk
MacMhannain MacVannan
MacMhaoilein MacMillan
MacMhaoirn Mearns
MacMhaolagain MacMillan. Milligan, Milliken
MacMhaolain MacMillan, MacMullen
MacMhaolBheatha MacBean
MacMhaolChaluim Callum, Malcolm
MacMhaolDòmhnaich MacIldonich
MacMhaolÌosa Mellis, Mellish, Melluish
MacMharais MacVarish
MacMharcais Marquis
MacMhata Mathewson, Mathieson
MacMhatha Matheson
MacMhathain[1][3] MacMann,[1] Matheson[3]
MacMhàrtainn[1][3] MacMartin,[3] Martin[1]
MacMhànais Mains, Manson, MacManus, MacVanish
MacMhèinn MacMinn, Menzies
MacMhiadhchain MacMeeken, Meechan
MacMhìcheil Carmichael, MacMichael
MacMhoirein[1][3] MacMorran, Morran, Morrison[3]
MacMhòrdha Mair, Moore, Muir
MacMhorgain Morgan
MacMhuircheartaich MacKirdy, MacMurray (but not Murray)
MacMhuirich[1][3] Currie,[note 2] MacMurray,[1] MacVurich,[3] Murchison, Murdoch, Murray[1]
MacMhunna Munn
MacMhurardaich MacCurdy
MacMhurchaidh[1][3] MacMurchie,[1] MacMurchy,[3] MacMurdo, MacMurray, Murchie, Murchison, Murdoch, Murphy[1]
MacNaois MacNeish, MacNish
MacNaomhain MacNiven, Niven
MacNeacail[3][4] MacNicol[1][4] Nicolson,[3] Nicholson[3]
MacNeachdain[1][3] MacCracken,[1] MacNaughton[3]
MacNeis MacNeish, MacNish
MacNèill MacNeill, MacNeil, Nelson, Neilson
MacNia[1] MacNee, MacConie
MacNiallghais MacNeilage
MacNiallghuis MacNeilage
MacNìll MacNeil, Neilson, Nelson
MacNiocail MacKrycul, MacNichol, Nicolson
MacNobaill Noble
MacPhaid Faed, MacFeat, Peat
MacPhaidein[3] MacFadyen[3] MacFadzean[1]
MacPhail,[3] MacPhàil[4] MacFall, MacPhail,[3][4] Quayle
MacPhairce Park
MacPhàdraig Paterson, MacPhatrick
MacPhàic MacKillop, Park
MacPhàidein MacFadyen, MacFadzean
MacPhàil MacFall, MacPhail, Quayle
MacPhàrlain MacFarlane, MacPartland, MacPharlane
MacPheadair MacFater, MacPhater, Paterson, Peters
MacPheadarain MacPhedran
MacPheadrais MacFetridge
MacPheidearain[1][3] Fletcher,[1] MacPhedran[3]
MacPhilip Mackillop, Philp
MacPhòil Polson, MacPhail
MacRabaidh Crabbie, MacRobbie
MacRaghnaill MacCrindle, MacRaild, Randall
MacRaibeirt[1] Corbett, MacRobert[1] MacRobbie[3]
MacRaoimhin MacNiven
MacRaoiridh MacCririe, MacRyrie, Ryrie
MacRaonaill MacRanald, Ranaldson, Randall
MacRath Cray, MacRae, Machray
MacRàild MacRaild
MacRiada MacCreadie
MacRiocaird Crockett
MacRisnidh MacRitchie, Ritchie, Dickson
MacRìdeinn Bryden, MacBridan
MacRìgh King, MacNee
MacRob MacRobb
MacRobaidh MacRobbie
MacRoibeirt Corbett, MacRobert, MacRobbie, Robertson
MacRoithridh MacRyrie
MacRuairidh[1][3] MacRory,[1] MacRury[3]
MacRusachainn Kennedy
MacShanndaidh Andie, MacAndie
MacShealbhaigh MacKelvie
MacSheòrais MacGeorge, Major
MacSheòrsa Cuthbertson
MacShimidh[1][1] Jamieson,[2][3] Lovat,[2] MacKimmie, Sim,[1] Simpson
MacShithich[1][3] Keith,[2][3] Shaw, Shiach[1]
MacShitrig MacKettrick
MacShìm MacKim, Simpson
MacShomhairle MacCurley, MacSorley
MacShuibhne MacQueen, MacSween
MacSiridh MacKinnon, MacSherry
MacSporain MacSporran, Purser, Purcell
MacSuain MacSwan, MacSween, Swanson
MacSual Maxwell
MacThaidhg MacCaig
MacTheàrlaich[1][3] Charleson,[1] MacKerlich[3]
MacThom MacComb, Thom
MacThomaidh MacCombie
MacThorcadail MacCorkindale, MacCorquodale
MacThorcaill Corkhill, MacCorkill
MacThàmhais[1][3] MacTavish[3] Tawse,[1] Thomson
MacThòmais Comish, Thomson
MacTiridh MacKinnon
MacTuirc MacTurk
MacUalraig[1][3] Kennedy,[3] Ulrick
MacUaraig Kennedy
MacUchtraigh MacAughtrie, Ochiltree, Coulthard
MacUilleim MacWilliam, Quilliam, Wilson, Williamson
MacUirigh Currie, MacVurich
MacUisdein Hugston, Hutcheon, Hutcheson, MacCutcheon, MacHugh, MacHutcheon, Whiston
MacUrardaidh Mackirdy
MacUrardaigh MacKirdie
MacUrchadain Orchard, Orchardson
MacUrchaidh MacMurchie
MacUsbaig MacUsbaig
MacÙisdein Hutcheon, Hutcheson, MacCutcheon, MacHugh, MacHutcheon, Whiston

Mao-U

Gaélico Escocês Inglês Ref
Maoileanach, Maolanach MacMillan
MaolIosa Mellis
Matasan Matheson In the north.[1]
Mathanach Matheson, Moannach Matheson in the north.[1]
Matharnach Matheson, Mathewson In Wester Ross.[1]
Moireach Moray, Murray
Moireasdan Morrison
Moireasdanach Morrison
Morgan Morgan
Morganach MacKay, Morgan
Munna Munn
Màrnach Marno, Marnoch
Màrr Marr
Màrtainn Martin
Mèinn Menzies, Main
Mèinnearach Menzies
Niocalsan Nic(h)olson
O’ Brolchain Bradley, Brodie, Brolochan In Kintyre.[1]
O’ Cain O’ Kean
O’ Luingeachain Laing, Lang, Loynachan In Kintyre.[1]
Padarsan Paterson
Paorach Power
Peadarsan Paterson
Peucag Peacock
Peutan[1][3] Beaton,[3] Bethune[1]
Preas Birse
Puidreach Buttar, Butter In Perthshire.[1]
Rathais Rothes
Robasan Robertson, Robson
Robasdan[1][4] Robertson,[4] Robson In the islands.[1]
Roid Reid
Roideach Reid
Ros Ross
Ròs Rose
Rosach Ross
Ròsach Rose
Rothach Munro
Ruadh Reid, Roy
Ruiseal Russell
Sailcirc Selkirk
Salmond Salmond Also MacBhradain
Seadh Shaw
Seadhg Shaw
Seagha Shaw
Seaghach Shaw
Seathanach Shaw
Sgèin Skene
Sginnearach Skinner In Easter Ross.[1]
Sgot Scott
Singleir Sinclair
Siosal Chisholm
Siosalach Chisholm
Smios Smith On South Uist.[1]
Stiùbhart Stewart, Stuart
Stiùbhartach Stewart, Stuart
Sùdrach Soutar
Sutharlainn Sutherland
Sutharlan Sutherland
Suthurlanach Sutherland
Tod Todd
Todt Todd
Talmhach Tolmie
Tolmach Tolmie
Tuairnear Turner
Tàileach Tallach
Tàillear Taylor
Tulach Tulloch, Tough
Ualas Wallace
Umphraidh Humphrey In Braemar.[1]
Urchadainn Urquhart
Urchardan Urquhart

Informações Auxiliares

Patronymics (patronímicos)

Many Scottish surnames originate from names that were originally patronyms. Patronyms are derived from the forename of the bearer’s father (for example, the full name of a man named John Donaldson indicates that the father’s name was Donald). Patronyms change with every successive generation[3] (for example, the patronyms of a grandson, father, and grandfather may be John Donaldson, son of Donald Robertson, son of Robert Williamson).

The earliest patronyms recorded in Scotland are written in several different languages. In early Latin documents, such names were formed by the genitive case of the father’s name preceded by forms of filius, meaning “son” (for example Dugaldus filius Nigelli); later the filius was only implied (for example Dugaldus Nigelli).[3][note 1] Other early records show patronyms using forms of the Welsh ap, meaning “son”; and the Gaelic mac, meaning son (for example, the names of Macrath ap Molegan, and Gilmychel Mac Eth appear in the same document).[4][note 2]

There are several prefixes and suffixes that may indicate whether a modern surname originated from a patronym: the English suffixes -son, and -s; and the Gaelic prefix Mac-. In some cases, the -son was dropped from such surnames, and just the forename of an ancestor was used (for example Martin). In some cases, the suffix -s was used, and according to Black, such names appear to have originated in England (for example Adams).[3]

The use of patronyms died out in the Lowlands after the 15th century, as they became solidified as surnames.[6] It was not until the 18th century that they were given up in the Gaelic-speaking Highlands. As late as the first part of the 18th century, some men were distinguished not only by their father’s name, but their grandfather’s and great-grandfather’s (for example, John Roy M’Ean Vc Ewin Vc Dougall Vc Ean, a man from Lismore recorded in 1585).[7][note 3] Patronyms were still common in Shetland in the first half of the 19th century.

Territorial names, topographical names (toponímicos)

Many of the first surnames recorded in Scotland were those of nobles, or great landowners, whose surnames derived from the lands they possessed.[8] These names are sometimes called territorial names,[8] or habitation names.[9] Many of these surnames were brought to Scotland by Anglo-Normans, whose surnames were derived from either lands on the continent or in England (for example, Bruce is derived from Brix in Manche, France,[10] and Graham is derived from Grantham, in Lincolnshire, England).[11] Not all territorial surnames are derived from lands owned by their bearers.[8] In some cases such names were borne by tenants, or followers, of the owners of the lands they lived on. In this way the bearers of these surnames may not have had any kinship with the landowners (the surname Gordon is an historical example of such a name).[8]

Some Scottish surnames are derived from vague geographical locations rather than specific places.[12] These names are sometimes called “topographic names”.[9] These names refer to physical features, like forests, streams, and marshes; such names may also refer to man-made structures, such as castles and churches[9] (for example the surnames Wood, Milne, and Shaw).[12] Sometimes names derived from proper names of geographical features can be classified as topographic names rather than habitational names. This is because these names refer to a location rather than a specific settlement.[9]

Occupational names (sobrenomes derivados de atividades ou ofícios)

Many surnames are derived from the occupations, or trades, of their original bearers (for example, Shepherd, Mason, and Fletcher).[13] In time, true occupational surnames became hereditary and were passed down through families (for example, in 1525 there is a record of a woman named Agnes Beltmakar, who is described as a kaikbakstar).[12][note 4] Occupational names were rare amongst Gaelic speakers[14] (an example of such a surname derived from Gaelic occupational name is Gow).

To-names, other names, nicknames (sobrenomes derivados de nomes ou apelidos)

To-names, or other names,[note 5] were once very common in Scotland.[15] These names were used in areas where there were not many different names, and the to-names were added onto the name of person, in order to distinguish them from others who bore the same name. To-names were particularly prevalent in fishing communities in the northeastern part of Scotland,[15] but were also used in the Borders and the West Highlands.[6] In some cases within fishing communities, the names of fishing boats were tacked onto the names people in order to differentiate them from others.[13]

Examples of Scottish surnames derived from nicknames are: Little; White; and Meikle (which means “big”). One of the most common Scottish surnames is Campbell, which is derived from the Gaelic caimbeul, meaning “crooked-mouthed”.[13]

Regional names, or ethnic names (sobrenomes derivados de Etnias ou Nomes Étnicos)

Some Scottish surnames can be classified as either “regional names” or “ethnic names”.[9] These names originally referred to the origin of the bearer and tended to have been acquired by people who migrated a considerable distance for their original homes. In other cases, such names were sometimes borne by people were connected with a foreign place (such as a trader).[9] Examples of ethnic surnames are Fleming, Galbraith, and Scott.

Scottish clans (sobrenomes derivados de Clãs ou Tribos)

Many Scottish surnames are the names of Scottish clans that were once powerful families dominating large swaths of territory.[16] However, it is a common misconception that every person who bears a clan’s name is a lineal descendant of the chiefs, or members, of that particular clan.[6][note 6] There are several reasons for this. In many cases, the families that originally lived on the lands acquired by powerful clans (such as the Campbells, Gordons, Macdonalds, and Mackenzies) adopted the names of their new lords.[16][note 7] The leadership of large clans increased their power by increasing the number of their followers by both conciliation and coercion.[2] The memory of such renaming is sometimes preserved in tradition. One old Gaelic saying reads: Frisealach am boll a mine (“the Frasers of the boll of meal”), which explains that some of name Fraser are actually Bissets, who originally controlled the lands taken by the Frasers.[note 8] In the 17th and 18th centuries, the clan name of the MacGregors was outlawed, and members of the clan were forced to assume other names. When the bans were lifted once and for all, some of the clan resumed using forms of MacGregor—but not all.[16][note 9] In some cases, the name of a clan may be identical to the surname of another family, yet there is no etymological link between the employed surname, and there is no historical connection between the different families (for example, the Hebridean/Kintyre surname Brodie is not connected to surname of the Brodies of Brodie, who were centred in Moray).[21][note 10] Similarly, a surname derived from a patronym, may be used by numerous unconnected families descended from a like-named individual (for example, the bardic family of the surname MacEwan employed by the Campbells are not connected to the MacEwens of Otter).[24][note 11]

Scottish heraldry (Heráldica e Brasonário Escoceses)

Scottish heraldry operates under the (erroneous) proposition that everyone who shares the same surname is related.[25] The position of the standing court of heraldry in Scotland, the Court of the Lord Lyon, considers that everyone who shares the same surname as a recognised chief, is a member of that chief’s clan.[26] In consequence, where a coat of arms already exists for the chief of a clan, or head of a family, new grants of arms to individuals with the same surname are generally variations of those arms[25] (for example, one of the oldest families of Argyll are the Fergussons of Glensellich; this clan is not related or historically connected in any way to the Fergussons of Kilkerran who the Lord Lyon King of Arms considers to be the Chief of the Name and Arms of Fergusson; consequently, the arms of Fergusson of Glensellich are based upon the arms of Fergusson of Kilkerran).[27][28]

Influences (línguas: idiomas que influenciam)

Gaelic (Gaélico)

Not all surnames that begin with the prefix Mac- are truly derived from patronyms. Forms of the surnames MacBeth and MacRae are derived from the Gaelic personal names Mac-bethad and Mac-raith. The prefix in such cases means “pupil”, “devotee”, “disciple”.[29] Some surnames beginning with Mac- are not derived from personal names (for example, Macpherson means “son of the parson“).[30] Also, not all names beginning with the prefix are derived from Gaelic personal names; in areas along the Lowland border, the prefix was added to the diminutives of non-Gaelic personal names ending with the suffix -ie (for example, McRitchie, MacWillie). Other Lowland, or English, diminutives of personal names ending with the suffixes -on, and -in, were borrowed by Gaelic speakers (for example Rankin to Macrankin, Gibbon to Macgibbon).[31]

Norse (Norueguês Antigo, Viking)

In the northern Hebrides, many of the indigenous surnames are derived from Gaelicised Norse personal names (for example, Macaulay, Macaskill, and Macleod). It has been noted that such ‘Norse’ names in these areas are in complete contrast to the indigenous surnames of the adjacent islands and lands to the south.[32] Some surnames brought to Scotland in the Middle Ages by English, or Anglo-Normans, are also derived from Norse personal names.

Anglo-Normans (Anglo-Normando, origem franco-teuto-germânica)

Nearly all the surnames brought to Britain by the Normans were territorial names derived from lands on the continent. In some families where patronyms were used, once a man acquired lands in Britain he would assume his surname from these lands. Norman patronyms were made up of mainly three types of names: Germanic names derived from Frankish names; other Germanic names derived from Norse names; and Latin and Greek names, many of which were religious names. Many diminutive suffixes were introduced with the Normans (for example, -el, -et, -ett, -ot, -at, -en, -in, -oc, -on, -uc, and -cock). These suffixes were added to pet-forms of names (for example, Adkin diminutive of Adam, and Paton from Patrick).[33]

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