Tartan

Anciently recorded as predominantly blue.
Fractional count of threads given by James Logan in
1831: 8 yellow, 4 black, 4 red, 56 green, 42 black,
56 blue, 6 red, 6 blue, 6 red, 10 blue, 18 red (centre).

tartan
Motto

DUM SPIRO SPERO. (While I breathe I hope).

See also Clan MacLennan Worldwide

Crest A demi piper.
Badge The middle line is thicker, signifying a battle honour.
   

 
 

Seat

Glen Shiel, Glen Elchaig and Glen Lichd, Kintail.
At present the seat is at CULLODEN HOUSE, Inverness.

Chief

Ruairidh D. G. MacLennan of MacLennan
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Tunes

 1. Cairns of Drumderfit. Retreat Air.
 2. Muir of Ord. March.
 3. Loch Maree. March.
 4. Major John MacLennan (The Gordon Highlanders). March.
 5. MacLennans Return to Kintail. Pibroch.
 6. Loch Duich. Retreat Air.

 

War Cry

Druim na Deur (The ridge of tears).
Prior to the battle of Drumderfit (overlooking Munlochy Bay), the Black Isle, Rosshire. The ridge was named Druim na Claven.

 

Armorial Bearings

Or, a heart Gules between two passion nails conjoined in base sable, on a chief Azure - a stags head cabossed between two antique crowns. MACLENNAN of MACLENNAN, ANCIENTLY,
LORD OF LOCH ERNE