(m) This was used especially by the Grants in
former times as a substitute for Gaelic Maoldomhnaich,
‘Sunday’s servant,’ i.e., servant of the church.
Watson (History of the Celtic Place-Names of Scotland)
says of the Gaelic name that ‘in Skye this name was given
to a boy whose maintenance was provided for by the Sunday’s
collection.’ Ludovic is in fact from Latin
Ludovicus, the usual English form of which is Lewis.
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