Thursday, October 18, 2007

Campbell Coat of Arms / Family Crest


Campbell Coat of Arms / Family Crest

This Campbell coat of arms / family crest comes from Scotland.

The surname Campbell is a nickname which means one who has arched lips or a "crooked" mouth.

Variant spellings are Camel and Cambel.

Foreign equivalents are Boccaccio (Italian) and Maule (German).

A large, high quality JPG of this Campbell coat of arms is available at www.5dollarcoatsofarms.com.

Campbell Coat of Arms / Family Crest

1 comment:

James Edward Maule said...

Maule is French, Scottish, and English.

Maul is German.

The origin of the name Maule differs from the origin of the name Maul. Maul means mouth in German, so the analogy should be to Maul, not Maule.

Jim Maule

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