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TamiMcLeod 
Posted: 15-Jun-2008, 12:31 PM
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Question, my family is MacLeod, and us girls are mcleods, since we are not son of.. , my family is
http://www.dunvegancastle.com/content/default.asp
so i was looking on the tee shirt site and i see my clan spelled MacLoead... Now sure on this about being a typo or not.. but us MacLeods have not spelled our name like that. I confirmed this with Huge my cousin.
So how do i get a tee with the proper spelling?
wasn't sure where to post there so i posted it in here
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Posted: 15-Jun-2008, 01:09 PM
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Hang in there Tami I am sure someone will get back to you who knows how to help. This one I am not sure of. I do think you can get the ringer t-shirts in any name spelled how you wish. It's good to see you.

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Posted: 15-Jun-2008, 07:38 PM
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Actually, Mac and Mc are both spellings of the same name, makes no difference for the gender. "Mac" means "son of" and Mc is just an abbreviation of Mac. In Scottish Gaelic, "daugther of" is Nic. So, a son of MacLeod would be MacLeod, while a daughter would be NicLeod.


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Posted: 15-Jun-2008, 08:13 PM
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We can custom design any Coat of Arms now if you will look at the site and choose custom (under Coat of Arms) or you can order the design you want and then just send us an email or use our contact form to let us know about the right spelling.

Our designer can change the base template of the Arms including the spelling of the name to match your particular family.

Hope that answers your question!

All designs can be found at:

http://Shop.CelticRadio.net


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Posted: 28-Jun-2008, 01:18 PM
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QUOTE (WizardofOwls @ 15-Jun-2008, 07:38 PM)
Actually, Mac and Mc are both spellings of the same name, makes no difference for the gender. "Mac" means "son of" and Mc is just an abbreviation of Mac. In Scottish Gaelic, "daugther of" is Nic. So, a son of MacLeod would be MacLeod, while a daughter would be NicLeod.

Thank you.. I am from Scotland, and know how the spelling is for our names..Believe me i been taught well on the meaning and spelling of our name.
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Posted: 28-Jun-2008, 01:24 PM
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QUOTE (CelticRadio @ 15-Jun-2008, 08:13 PM)
We can custom design any Coat of Arms now if you will look at the site and choose custom (under Coat of Arms) or you can order the design you want and then just send us an email or use our contact form to let us know about the right spelling.

Our designer can change the base template of the Arms including the spelling of the name to match your particular family.

Hope that answers your question!

All designs can be found at:

http://Shop.CelticRadio.net

Thank you so very much..
I would love a tee with
Clann Mhic Leid
Wouldn't that be cool? Ohh my cousin Huge would flip LOL
Ok you wont hear from me for a few weeks here unless i get on for a few minutes. Going home for a bit, and spending some time at Dunvegan. I can't wait to be home .... It's nice here, but home is home..

Hugs and be well.. see you soon

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