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MacIver Clan

Derived from the Gaelic MacÌomhair meaning “son of Ìomhar”, the MacIver name does not share a common origin due to its ubiquitous nature around Scotland.

Despite being a common name, however, a site linked to the MacIver clan is located at Glendarroch in Argyll. This place is said to have been used by MacIver bandits in the 17th century and has since become associated with the clan.

The MacIver clan is armigerous – meaning it has no clan chief.

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Septs: EUAR, EVAR, EVIR, EWAR, EWER, EWERS, HORIE, HURRAY, HURRIE, HURRY, IVAR, IVER, IVERACH, IVERSON, IVIRACH, IVOR, IVORY, IWUR, MACAVER, MACCOWIR, MACCUIR, MACCUR, MACEIVER, MACEUIR, MACEUR, MACEURE, MACEVAR, MACEVER, MACEWER, MACEWIR, MACEWYRE, MACGEEVER, MACGIVER, MACGLASRICH, MACGLASSERIG, MACGLASSRICH, MACGURE, MACIVAR, MACIVER, MACIVERACH, MACIVIRACH, MACIVOR, MACKEAVER, MACKEEVER, MACKEEVOR, MACKEIVER, MACKEUR, MACKEVER, MACKEVOR, MACKEVORS, MACKEWER, MACKEWYR, MACKIVER, MACKIVERS, MACKIVIRRICH, MACKUIR, MACKURE, MACQUAY, MACQUE, MACQUIE, MACUIR, MACURE, MACWADE, MACWHA, MACWHAE, MACYUIR, MAKEWER, MAKIVER, MAKURE, MCIVER, MCIVOR, ORR, ORRE, OURE, URE, URIE, URRI, URRIE, URRY, YVAR, YVIR, YWAR
Motto: NUNQUAM OBLIVISCAR
Translation: I WILL NEVER FORGET
Crest: A boar's head couped Or.
scottish maciver ancient tartan

MacIver Ancient Tartan

scottish maciver modern tartan

MacIver Modern Tartan