[ANSTHRLD] Conflict Check
Sara L Friedemann
liana at ellipsis.cx
Mon Jun 23 18:50:06 PDT 2003
Quoth "Stefen and Rhonda Hays":
> Name: Morgunn MacKenzie.
Any particular culture/time period in mind?
Black s.n. Morgund has <Morgund Mathowson> 1527. S.n. Morgan,
he says that "the Pictish form of the name is <Morgunn>." He
also has a <Morgund de Glenesk> 1296 and <Morgund filius Abbe>,
S.n. MacKenzie there are a number of dated forms, with <Johannes
McKenzie> in 1606, as well as <MacEnzie> 1549, <Makeinzie> 1597.
<Morgund McKenzie> would be a fine Scots name, but unless
evidence can be found for the spelling with the terminal double
<n> can be found outside of the Pictish cite given by Black,
<Morgunn McKenzie> would not be registerable; there is one
weirdness for lingual disparity and one for temporal disparity.
> Blazon: Argent, a savage's head azure and a bordure fleury sable.
My! Going for the woad look, are we? This looks clear to me.
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