Sir Lachlan Mor Maclean

Sir Lachlan Mor Maclean

Sir Lachlan Mór Maclean (1558–1598) or Lachlan Maclean the Great, was the 14th Clan Chief of Clan MacLean from late 1573 or early 1574 until 1598. Mór or Mor translates as great in English, or magnus in Latin, when added to a name in Scottish Gaelic.

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