Brief Understanding of Tartans
the Scottish Tartan was a distinction of rank or position. It was not identified
by weave but by the number of colours in the weave. If only one colour
was used it depicted a servant, two, a farmer rank, three, an officer rank,
five, a chieftain, six for a poet, and seven for a Chief. Eventually, clans
or families adopted their own tartan, using a range of animal and earth
colours which were frequently secret, only known to the weavers of the
islands. They included yellows, blues, whites, greens, browns, reds, black
and purple. Some say that a keen eye can identify the colour with a particular
island, almost like a wine taster can identify the year and the vineyard.
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Royal Stewart and Blackwatch are free tartans which many be worn by anyone
The Crest of the Chief
is worn by all members of the Clan and of approved Septs and followers
of the Clan, within a strap and buckle surround bearing the Chief's motto.
This is for personal wear only, to indicate that the wearer is a member
of the Clan whose Chief's crest-badge is being worn.
Types of Tartans Emerged:
Dress Sett...worn by the chief and members of his/her family.
Clan Tartan...worn by members of the clan.
Hunting Tartan...Fall colours worn by members of the clan
Setts...regional, worn by anyone in that region.
Womens Sett...usually black and white colours.
Royal Sett...The Royal Stewart, a free tartan which can be worn by
Today's Highland Dress is
distinctive, smart, martial, formal and known world wide as Scotland's
national costume. However like the Tartan itself the origins of the kilt
are surrounded by a degree of controversy.
The Highlander of old (pre-1746)
would often have worn the feileadh mor, Gaelic for a large piece of woollen
tartan material wrapped round the body, belted at the waist and pinned
over the shoulder. It no doubt also served as a blanket while campaigning
- the word 'plaid' is the Gaelic plaide meaning blanket. A sensible garment
which could give warmth or be worn lose with sword arm free. Origins may
lie with the ancient Roman or Celtic tunic. In fact both recent Highlanders
and ancient Celts also worn tight trousers - truis. These were particularly
popular on horseback!
Exactly when the fealeadh
beg (filibeg), the tailored version worn from waist to knee, came into
existence is open to debate. One suggestion is that an Englishman in charge
of an iron smelter at Invergarry around 1730, Thomas Rawlinson, suggested
that his workforce would fare better at their work if the dispensed with
the upper part of their garment and worn what we would describe as a kilt.
The word 'kilt' itself, although not Gaelic, is probably older. A Scandinavian
or old English root from a verb meaning 'to hitch up and fold a garment'
seems most likely.
Today's kilt can be worn,
particularly by pipers, with a plaid - a long piece of tartan wrapped round
the upper body which, along with the kilt, are a modern version of the
full feileadh mor of past times.
After the battle of Culloden
in 1746, traditional Highland Dress was banned along with tartan from 1746-82.
However Highland regiments were being formed in the Government army and
most of these adopted the kilt and a tartan as part of their uniform. From
this martial background comes the style of today's Highland Dress.
When George IV visited Edinburgh
in 1822, Full Highland Dress was worn by almost everybody including King
George himself thanks to the efforts of Sir Walter Scott. The kilt became
quite definitely the distinctive national dress of Scotland.
Definition of the word 'Clan'
The Gaelic word for children is more accurately translated as 'family'
in the sense in which the word clan became accepted in the Scottish Highlands
during the 13th century. A clan is a social group whose core comprises
a number of families derived from, or accepted as being derived from, a
common ancestor. Almost without exception, that core is accompanied by
a further number of dependent and associated families who have either sought
the protection of the clan at some point in history or have been tenants
or vassals of its chief. That chief is owed allegiance by all members of
the clan, but ancient tradition nevertheless states that 'the Clan is above
the Chief'. Although Gaelic has been supplanted by English in the Lowlands
of Scotland for nearly a thousand years, it is an acceptable convention
to refer to the great Lowland families, like the Douglases, as clans, although
the heads of certain families, such as Bruce, prefer not to use the term.
Allegiance was generally given to a father's clan, but Celtic tradition
includes a strong element of descent through, and loyalty to, a mother's
line. In reality, the chief of a clan would 'ingather' any stranger, of
whatever family, who possessed suitable skills, maintained his allegiance
and, if required, adopted the clan surname.
A Sept is a family name
which can be related to a clan or larger family for various reasons: Either
through marriage or by seeking protection from a larger and more powerful
neighbouring clan or family. Many names which are recorded as septs have
since become clans in their own right and many can be related to more than
Clans & their Septs
Basken, Baskin, Bede, Bonnieville, Boyne, Buck, Buckie,
Bucky, Cawsell, Chapp, Chrystal, Clapperton, Coscrach, Costie, Costy, Cranach,
Crannach, Crystall, Crystal, Crudon, Cruden, Cruddon, Colman, Donleavy,
Donlevy, Dove, Dow, Dowe, Fasken, Faskin, Fitchie, Fitchy, Gammerie, Gammery,
Gibb, Gibson, Gilbertson, Hardin, Hardman, Hardnan, Harper, Harperson,
Kermack, Leisk, Lennie, Lenny, Macaldonich, Macandeoir, MacAslan, MacAuselan,
MacAuslan,MacAusland, MacAuslane, MacCalman, MacCalmont, MacCalmont, MacCammond,
MacChruiter, MacColman, MacCormack, MacCrystal, MacDonleavy, MacGibbon,
Macgreusich, Macinally, Macindeor, Macindoe,Mackinlay, Mackinley, MacMaster,
MacMaurice, MacMurchie, MacMurchy, Macnuyer, MacWattie, MacWhirter, Masterson,
Meason, Merson, Mondie, Mondy, Mundie, Mundy, Murchie, Murchieson, Nible,
Niblo, Ogston, Ogstone, Ogstoun, Prince, Rattliff, Ratcliff, Ratliff, Rattcliff,
Risk, Runcie, Runcy, Ruskin, Shakle, Spittal, Spittel, Tarves, Tarvis,
Teunion, Teunon, Tewnion,TinnonTucks, Wadsworth,Wadsworther, Watson,Watt,
West, Whammond, Willgook, Whyman,Whymon, Yull, Yuille, Yule.
Chalmers, Kennedy, MacChlerich, MacChlery,MacFall, MacGillonie,
Macildowie, MacKail, Maclerie, MacMartin, MacOnie, MacOurlic, MacPhail,
MacSorley, MacUlric, Macvail, MacWalrick, Martin, Paul, Sorley, Taylor.
Bannatyne, Burns, Burnes, Burnett, Connochie, Denoon,
Denune, Harres, Harris, Haws, Hawson, MacConnechy, MacConochie, MacGibbon,
Macglasrich, MacIssac, MacIver, MacIvor, KacKellar, MacKessock, MacKissock,
MacLaws, LacLehose, MacNichol, MacOran, MacOwen, MacPhedran, MacPhun, MacUre,
Ure. Clan Campbell of Breadalbane: MacDiarmid, MacDermid. Clan Campbell
of Cawdor: Caddell, Calder. Clan Campbell of Loudoun: Hastings, Loudoun.
Cowan, Cowen, Culchone, Ingram, Kilpatrick, King, Kirkpatrick,
Laing, MacAchounich, MacLintock, MacMains, MacManus, MacOwan, Maccowan,
Buchan, Comine, Comyn, MacNiven, Niven, Russell.
Davie, Davis, Dawson, Dow, Kay, Macdade, Macdaid, MacDavid.
Grewar, Gruer, Maccrouther, Macgrewar, Macgrowther, Macgruder,
Barrie, Brebner, Christie, Coates, Coutts, Farquhar,
Findlay, Findlayson, Finlay, Finlayson, Gracie, Greusach, Hardie, Hardy,
Kellas, Lyon, MacCaig, MacCardney, Macartney, MacCuaig, MacEarachar, MacFarquhar,
Machardie,Mackindlay, Mackinlay, Paterson, Reoch, Riach, Tawse.
Fergus, Ferries, Hardie, MacAdie, MacFergus, MacKerras,
Bannerman, Fordyce, Michie.
Forrester, Forester, Foristar, Forrister, Forrest, Forest,
Forster, Forstar, Foster, Fostar, Corstorphine, Carstarphen
Bisset, Brewster, Cowie, Frew, Frissell, Frizell, Macgruer,
Macimmey, MacKim, MacKimmie, MacShimes, MacSimon, MacSymon, MacTavish,
Oliver, Sim, Sime, Simon, Simpson, Sims, Simson, Syme, Symon, Twaddle,
Adam, Adamson, Addie, Adie, Addison, Aiken, Aitchison,
Atkin, Atkins, Atkinson, Badenoch, Barrie, Connor, Connon, Craig, Cromb,
Crombie, Cullen, Culane, Darg, Darge, Dorward, Duff, Durward, Eadie, Eddie,
Edie, Edison, Esslemont, Gardiner, Gardner, Garioch, Garrick, Garroick,
Geddes, Gerrie, Huntley, Huntly, Jessiman, Jopp, Jupp, Laing, Lang, Laurie,
Lawrie, Leng, Ling, MacAdam, Mallett, Manteach, Marr, Maver, Meldrum, Mill,
Mills, Milles, Miln, Milne, Milner, More, Morrice, Muir, Mylne, Steel,
Teal, Tod, Todd, Troup.
Airth , Allardice, Allardyce, Bonar, Bonnar, Bontein,
Bontine, Buntain, Bunten, Buntine, Bunting, Graeme, Grahame, Grahym, Grim,
Grymn, Hadden, Haldane, Macgibbon, Macgilvernock, Macgrime, Maharg, Menteith,
Monteith, Pitcairn, Pye, Pyott.
Allan, Allen, Bisset, Bissett, Bowie, Buie, Gilroy, MacAllan,
Macgilroy, MacIlroy, MacKerran, MacKiaran, MacKessock, Pratt and Suttie.
Gallie, Gaunson, Georgeson, Henderson, Jameson, Jamieson,
Johnson, Kean, Keens, MacComas, MacCorkill, MacCorkle, MacIan, MacKames,
MacKeamish, MacKean, MacRob, MacWilliam, Mann, Manson, Nelson, Robison,
Robson, Sandison, Swanson, Williamson, Wilson.
Halle, Haule, Haul, Hal, De Aula, Hale, Haw, Collingwood,
Crispin, Fitz William, MacHall.
Dinnes, Ennis, Innie, McRob, McTary, Marnoch, Mavor,
Middleton, Mitchell, Reidfuird, Thain, Wilson.
Achindachy, Astine, Aston, Austen, Austie, Austin, Cate,
Dick, Dickson, Dickison, Dicson, Dixon, Dixson, Falconer, Falconor, Faulkner,
Harvie, Harvey, Harvie, Hervey, Haxton, Hurrie, Hurry, Keath, Keech, Keeth,
Kite, Lumgain, Lumgaine, Lumgair, MacDick, MacDicken(s), MacDickin(s),
MacDickie, MacDicky, MacDickson, MacGeath, MacKeetch, MacKeeth, MacKeith,
MacKeithan, MacKeth, Mackett, MacNeithan, Marshall, Urrie, Urry
Kinnard, Kynnard, Kennard, Kynharde, Kinzerd, Kinnart,
Kynnart, Kynarde, Culbin
Black, Brown, Bourdon, Burdon, Lamb, Lambie, Lammie,
Lamondson, Landers, Lemond, Limond, Limont, Lucas, Luke, Lyon, Macalduie,
MacClymont, MacGilledow, MacGillegowie,Macilzegowie, Macilwhom, MacLamond,
MacLucas, MacLymont, MacPatrick, MacPhorich, MacSorley, Meikleham, Patrick,
Sorley, Toward, Towart, Turner, White.
Abernethy, Bartholomew, More.
Arthur, MacCartair, MacCarter.
Bean, MacBeath, MacBeth, Macilvain, MacVean
Beath, Beaton, Bethune, Bowie, Colson, Connall, Connell,
Darroch, Donald, Donaldson, Donillson, Donnelson, Drain, Galbraith, Gilbride,
Gorrie, Gowan, Gowrie, Hawthorn, Hewison, Houstoun, Howison, Hughson, Hutcheonson,
Hutchinson, Hutchison, Isles, Kellie, Kelly, Kinnell, Mac a' Challies,
MacBeth, MacBeath, MacBheath, MacBride, MacCaishe, MacCall, MacCash, MacCeallaich,
MacCodrum, MacColl, MacConnell, MacCook, MacCooish, MacCrain, MacCuag,
MacCuish, MacCuitein, MacCutcheon, MacDaniell, Macdrain, MacEachern, MacElfrish,
MacElheran, MacGorrie, MacGorry, MacGoun, MacGowan, MacGown, MacHugh, MacHutchen,
MacHutcheon, MacIan, Macilreach, Macilriach, Macilleriach, Macilrevie,
Macilvride, Macilwraith, MacKean, MacKellachie, MacKellaig, MacKelloch,
MacKiggan, MacKinnell, MacLairish, MacLardie, MacLardy, MacLarty, MacLaverty,
MacLeverty, MacMurchie, MacMurdo, MacMurdoch, MacO'Shannaig, MacQuistan,
MacQuisten, MacRaith, MacRorie, MacRory, MacRuer, MacRurie, MacShannachan,
MacSorley, MacSporran, MacSwan, MacWhannell, Martin, May, Murchie, Murchison,
Murdoch, Murdoson, O'Drain, O'May, O'Shannachan, O'Shaig, O'Shannaig, Purcell,
Revie, Reoch, Riach, Rorison, Shannon, Sorley, Sporran, Train, Whannel.
Clan MacDonald of Clanranald: Allan, Allanson, Currie, MacAllan, MacBurie,
MacEachin, MacGeachie, MacGeachin, MacIssac, MacKeachan,Mackechnie, MacKeochan,
MacKessock, MacKichan, MacKissock, MacMurrich, MacVarish, MacVurrich, MacVurie.
Clan MacDonald of Ardnamurchan: Johnson, Kean, Keene. Clan MacDonald of
Glencoe: Henderson, Johnson, Kean, Keene, MacHenry, MacIan, MacKean.
Alexander, Sanderson. Clan MacDonnell of Keppoch: MacGillivantic,
MacGilp, Macglasrich, MacKillop, MacPhilip, Philipson, Ronald, Ronaldson.
Carmichael, Conacher, Cowan, Dougall, Dowall, Livingston,
Livingstone, MacConacher, MacCowan, MacCoul, MacCulloch, MacDowall, MacDowell,
MacDulothe, MacEwen, MacEwan, MacEowen, MacOwen MacHowell,
MacKichan, MacLucas, MacLugash, MacLulich, MacNamell,
Duff, Fife, Fyfe, Spence, Spens, Wemyss.
Allan, Allanson, Bartholomew, Caw, Galbraith, Griesck,
Gruamach, Kinnieson, Lennox, MacAindra, MacAllan, MacCaa, MacCause, MacCaw,
MacCondy, MacEoin, MacGaw, MacGeoch, Macgreusich, Macinstalker, MacIock,
MacJames, Mackinlay, MacNair, MacNeur, MacNider, MacNiter, MacRob, MacRobb,
MacWalter, MacWilliam, Miller, Monach, Napier, Parlane, Robb, Stalker,
Thomason, Weaver, Weir.
Duffie, Duffy, MacGuffie, Machaffie
Gilroy, MacGillivour, MacGilroy, MacGilvra,MacGilvray,
Black, Caird, Comrie, Fletcher, Gregor, Gregorson, Gregory,
Greig, Grewar, Grier, Grierson, Grigor, Gruer, King, Leckie, Lecky, MacAdam,
Macara, Macaree, MacChoiter, Maccrouther, Macgrewar, Macgrowther, Macgruder,
Macgruther, Macilduy, MacLeister, MacLiver, MacNee, MacNeish, MacNie, MacNish,
MacPeter, Malloch, Neish, Nish, Peter, White, Whyte.
Angus, MacAngus, MacCainsh, MacCansh, MacMaster.
Tyre, MacTear, Wright, McEntire
Bain, Bayne, MacCay, MacCrie, Macghee, Macghie, Mackee,
Machie, MacPhail, Macquery, Macquoid, Macvail, Neilson, Paul, Polson, Williamson.
Kenneth, Kennethson, MacBeolain, MacConnach, MacIver,
MacIvor, MacKerlich, MacMurchie, MacMurchy, MacVanish, MacVinish, Murchie,
Love, Mackinney, Mackinning, Kackinvan, MacMorran.
Adamson, Ayson, Combie, Crerar, Dallas, Doles, Elder,
Esson, Glen, Glennie, Hardie, Hardy, MacAndrew, MacAy, MacCardney, MacCombie,
MacCombe, MacComie, M'Conchy, Macglashan, Machardie, Machardy, MacHay,
Mackeggie, M'Killican, MacNiven, MacOmie, Macritchie, MacThomas, Niven,
Noble, Paul, Ritchie, Seawright, Siveright, Shaw, Tarrill, Tosh, Toshach.
Ewan, Ewen, Ewing, Gilchrist, Lachlan, Lauchlan, MacEwan,
McLaren, MacLaurin, MacLaurin, MacLauren, McLauren, McLarin,
McCLarin, MacLaran, McLaran, MacLaruan, MacLeran, MacLaurie, McLaurie,
Laurence, Lawrence, Law, Lawson, Low, Lowe, Lawrie, Laurie, Lowery, Lowry,
Faed, Patterson, Paterson, Peterson, McPater, Patrick, MacPatrick, MacRory,
McCrory, McGory, MacRuari, Wright, MacGrory, Peterkin and Borison.
Beath, Beaton, Black, Lean, MacBeath, MacBheath, MacBeth,
Macilduy, MacLergain, MacRankin, MacVeagh, MacVey, Rankin.
Clan MacLeod of Harris: Beaton, Bethune, Beton, MacCaig,
MacClure, MacCrimmon, MacGuiag, MacHarold, Macraild, Norman. Clan MacLeod
of Lewis: Callum, Lewis, MacAskill, MacAulay, MacCallum, MacCAskill, MacCorkindale,
MacCorquodale, MacLewis, MacNicol, Malcolmson, Nicholl, Nicol, Nicoll,
Nicholson, Nicolson, Tolmie.
Baxter, Bell, Blue, Brown, Millikin/Mullikin, MacBaxter,
Abbot, Abbotson, Dewar, Gilfillan, Macandeoir
Ayson, Bissett, Easson, Ferguson, Henderson, Hendrie,
Hendry, Henerdie, Henerdy, Henrie, Henry, Kendrich, Kendrick, Kinrick,
MacAire, MacAirey, MacAirie, MacAiry, MacAnir, MacAry, MacAys, MacBrayn,
MacBrayne, MacBreen, MacBrine, MacBrinn, MacCachren, MacCarhy, MacCarie,
MacCarken, MacCarrie, MacCarry, MacCary, MacCavic, MacCavick, MacCeol,
MacClackuon, MacCoal, MacColl, MacCrackan, MacCrackans, MacCracken, MacCrackens,
MacCrackin, MacCrackin, MacCrackins, MacCracktin, MacCracktine, MacCraken,
MacCratic, MacCratick, MacCrocken, MacCrocklin, MacEal, MacEel, MacFergusse,
MacGrachin, MacGrattan, MacGratten, MacGrattin, MacGreachain, MacGreachan,
MacHanvichar, MacHarrie, MacHarry, MacHendrie, MacHendry, MacHenrie, MacHenry,
MacImery, MacImmery, MacInerie, MacInery, MacInrye, MacIntaylor, MacInterrie,
MacInterry, MacIntrye, MacKay, MacKendrich, MacKendrick, MacKendricks,
MacKenerick, MacKenerie, MacKenery, MacKindrick, MacKindricks, MacKinrick,
MacKnatt, MacKneight, MacKnigh, MacKnight, MacKnot, MacKracherne, MacMath,
MacMitt, MacNac, MacNachdan, MacNachtan, MacNachten, MacNachton, MacNack,
MacNagen, MacNaghtan, MacNaghten, MacNaghtin, MacNaight, MacNair, MacNairy,
MacNamell, MacNammill, MacNarie, MacNary, MacNatt, MacNattie, MacNatton,
MacNatty, MacNauchton, MacNaugh, MacNaught, MacNaughtan, MacNaughten, MacNaughton,
MacNayer, MacNayre, MacNear, MacNeid, MacNeight, MacNeir, MacNerie, MacNery,
MacNet, MacNete, MacNett, MacNette, MacNetten, MacNetton, MacNeur, MacNevens,
MacNevin, MacNevins, MacNight, MacNitt, MacNivan, MacNivans, MacNiven,
MacNorton, MacNott,MacNought, MacNoughtan, MacNoughton, MacNoyer, MacNuir,
MacNut, MacNutt, MacNuyer, MacPortland, MacQuaig, MacQuake, MacQuaker,
MacRac, MacRack, MacRacken, MacRackin, MacRagan, MacRaggan, MacReachain,
MacReachan, MacRuck, MacRucke, MacVicar, MacVickar, MacVickars, MacVicker,
MacVickers, MacVig, MacVige, MacVrine, MacVryne, MacWaughton, MacYole,
MacYoll, Manaugh, Mannice, Mannis, Mannise, Nachtan, Nachten, Nactan, Nacten,
Naghton, Natton, Naughten, Naughtie, Naughton, Naughty, Nechtan, Nechten,
Nectan, Necten, Nevin, Nevins, Nevinson, Niven, Nivens, Nivenson,
Nought, Nucater, Nucator, Nutt, Porter, Weir.
MacNeilage, MacNeiledge, MacNelly, Neal, Neil, Neill.
Currie, Fersen, Gillespie, Gillies, Gow, Lees, MacCurrach,
MacGowan, MacLeish, LacLise, MacMurdo, MacMurdoch, MacMurrich, MacVurrich,
MacCorrie, MacCorry, MacGorrie, MacGorry, MacGuaran,
MacGuire, Macquaire, Macquhirr, Macquire, MacWhirr, Wharrie.
MacCunn, MacSwan, MacSwen, MacSween, MacSwyde, Swan.
Macara, MacCraw, Macra, Macrach, MacRaith, MacRath, Rae.
MacCamish, MacCash, MacCosh, MacLaws, MacLehose, MacTammany,
MacTause, Stephenson, Steven(s), Stevenson, Stevenston, Stivan, Taweson,
Tawesson, Thom, Thomson, Thompson, Thomas, Thomasin, Thomason, Thomassine.
Thomazin, Thomerson, Thomes, Thompson, Thomson, Todd.
Tribe of Mar
Marr, Mair, Mairs, Morren, Strachan, Tough
MacMath, MacPhun, Mathie.
Adair, Blackstock, Dinwiddie, Dinwoddie, Edgar,
Herries, Kirk, Kirkland, Latimer, Latimore, Mackittrick, Maxton, Mescall,
Monreith, Moss, Nithdale, Paulk, Peacock, Pollock, Pollok, Polk,
Dewar, Macindeor, MacMenzies, MacMinn, MacMonies, Means,
Mein, Meine, Mennie, Meyners, Minn, Minnus, Monzie.
Dingwall, Foulis, MacCulloch, MacLulich, Vass, Wass.
Brieve, Gilmore, MacBrieve
MacMurray, Moray, Rattray, Small, Spalding
Airlie, Gilchrist, MacGilchrist, Milne
Pentlend, Paintland, Petland, Penland, Penlend, Petlend,
Collier, Colyear, Dobinson, Donachie, Duncan, Duncanson,
Dunnachie, Inches, MacConachie, MacConnechy, MacDonachie, Macinroy, MacIver,
MacIvor, Maclagen, MacRobbie, MacRobie, MacRobert, Reid, Roy, Stark, Tonnochy
Anderson, Andrew, Dingwall, Gillanders, MacAndrew, MacCulloch,
MacLulich, MacTaggart, MacTear, MacTier, MacTire, Taggart, Vass, Wass
Caird, Clouston, Clyne, Linklater, Mason
Cariston, Dis, Dyce, Hallyard, Norie
Boyd, Garrow, Menteith, Monteith, Carmichael, MacMichael.
Stewart, Appin: Carmichael, Combich, Livingston, Livingstone, MacCombich,
Mackinlay, Maclae, Maclay, Maclea, Macleay, MacMichael. Stewart, Atholl:
Crookshanks, Cruickshank, Duilach, Gray, Macglashan Stewart Lennox: Howkins
Cheyne, Federith, Gray, Keith, Mowat, Oliphant, Duffus
Belboys, Boas, Boece, Boeis, Boes, Boess, Boice, Boiss,
Boiste, Boos, Boost, Bos, Bouse, Boust, Bowayse, Bowes, Bowis, Bows, Bowys,
Boyce, Boyes, Boyess, Boyis, Boys, Boyse, Boze, Buist, Buste, DeBosco,
MacQuat, MacQuattie, MacQuhat, MacQwat, MacRowatt, MacWalter, MacWater,
MacWatson, MacWatt, MacWatters, MacWattie, Vatsoun, Vod, Vode, Void, Voud,
Voude, Vould, Walter, Walterson, Wasson, Waters, Waterson, Watson, Watsone,
Watsoun, Watt, Wattie, Wattson, Wod, Wode, Wodde, Woid, Woide, Wood, Woyd,
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