Gaelic Name: MacAoidh
Crest: A raven, Proper
Motto: Labora (Endeavour)
Origin of Name: Gaelic, ‘Son of fire’
Clan Chief: None, armigerous clan
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The name Mackie comes from the Gaelic name MacAodha, meaning ‘son of Aodh’, which is a given name meaning ‘fire’.
The name is an old one, particularly in the Stirling area where it can be traced back to the 15th century. In a Scone charter, a William Makke was a charter witness in 1491.
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