Clan MacFarlane Worldwide
A demi-savage brandishing in his dexter a broad sword Proper and pointing with his sinister to an Imperial Crown Or standing by him on the wreath.
MOTTO: This I'll Defend
MacFarlane comes into being because Gaelic grammar requires changes within a word to show possession. A "P" is softened to a "Ph", and an "i" is added to the last syllable. In this way, "son of Parlan" becomes "Mac" (son) "Pharlain" (of Parlan). All the variant spellings came about when scribes (usually not Gaelic speaking) tried to write the name as they heard it.
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