C2 MacDonald’s Gathering C2.80: 173
D2 Cnocan Ailean MhicIain / a Gathering of the MacDonalds of ClanRonald D2.15: 73
Dj MacDonald’s Gathering Dj.24: 25
K1 Cruinneachadh Chlann Domhnuill [;] Cnocan Aillean Mhic Aillean ‘ic Iain / The MacDonalds Gathering K1.68: 156
Notes on Gaelic Titles
Cnocan Ailean Mhic Iain Cnocan Ailean MhicIain / a Gathering of the MacDonalds of ClanRonald D1; Cnocan Aillean Mhic Aillean ’ic Iain K1. Explained by Donald MacDonald (D1) as ‘a Gathering of the MacDonalds of Clan Ronald to their Rallying Hill’ – presumably a hill in South Uist.
Cruinneachadh Chlann Dòmhnaill MacDonald’s Gathering Dj; Cruinneachadh Chlann Domhnuill / The MacDonalds Gathering K1. The MacDonalds’ Gathering. The form in Dj implies that ‘MacDonald’ is singular, even if the apostrophe is spurious (it may not be spurious but our version of Dj is a twentieth-century copy and the original is lost).