McNabb Clan 1960’s Scottish Badge – Vintage Scottish McNabb clan glengarry badge with motto ‘ Timor Omnis Abesto ‘.
36 mm x 50 mm
With good back pin.
The name Macnab is derived from the Scottish Gaelic Mac An Aba, which means child of the abbot. According to tradition the progenitor of the clan was Abraruadh who was the Abbot of Glen Dochart and Strathearn. Abraruadh was allegedly a younger son of Kenneth MacAlpin, the first king of Scots. (See: Siol Alpin). Abraruadh was also descended from Fergus, king of Dál Riata and a nephew of Saint Fillan, who was the founder of the monastery in Glen Dochart in the seventh century.
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