is a Scottish female given name, sometimes translated as Sarah.
It means "great", or "great one" (MÓR is great in Gaelic).
Dunvegan (Gaelic: Dłn Bheagain) is a town on the Isle
of Skye in Scotland. It is famous for Dunvegan Castle, seat of the chief of Clan
MacLeod. The name Dunvegan is Scottish Gaelic for "small
The castle houses a number of family and clan
relics; chief among them is the famous Fairie Flag of
Dunvegan, the Dunvegan Cup, and
Sir Rory Mor's Horn
(shown above) as well as the MacCrimmon Pipes.
The Fairy Flag is an heirloom of the MacLeods
of Dunvegan, chiefs of Clan MacLeod. There are numerous
traditions relating to its origins and magical properties. Most
of these traditions state that the flag originated as a gift
from fairies. The flag has been examined numerous times over the
last two centuries; and since this time its condition has
somewhat deteriorated. The flag has been stated to have been
made of silk originating from the Far East and that it may have
been an important relic of some sort. Others have attempted to
associate the flag with the Crusades, and even the raven banner
which was said to have been used by various Viking leaders in
the British Isles.