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Re: McNokaird = Sinclair ?

I post this as a novice, but if you have not heard the pronunciation of 
"Mac na Ceardadh" you can do so by visiting:


Go to the bottom of the page, then click: Use this console for "Mac na 
Ceardadh", Gaelic for "Sinclair."


Donald Sinclair
On Monday, November 25, 2002, at 07:24 PM, dragonsong@sbcglobal.net 

> As I've always been taught, the Gaelic of Sinclair is Mac na Ceardadh.
>  When I was a lad on the town of Wick, we'd use the Gaelic at the school
> just to mess about the teachers. Mac na Ceardadh is what we used then as
> I got it from my Grand Father and I still use that name betimes today,
> just for a lark. *s*
> Blessings,
> Tearlach Sinclair
> Toni Sinclair wrote:
>> Dear Connie and all,

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