Watson Tartan & Clan

Watt is a form of Walter which also gave rise to the surnames Watson, Walters, Waters, Wattie, MacWatt and (mainly in England) Watts, Watkins and Watkinson. In some cases the name can be found in its full form as Walterson.

Clan Watson Crest & Motto

Watson

"Inspirata Floruit"

It Has Flourished Beyond Expectation
OTHER NAMES WHO WEAR THE Watson TARTAN:

WHAT DOES THE Watson NAME MEAN?
Son of Walter

WHERE DOES THE Watson CLAN HAIL FROM?

Walter was originally a Germanic forename derived from "walt" (meaning "rule") and "heri" (meaning "army"). Of the various forms of the name, Watson is found the most frequently and it is the 20th most common name in Scotland. The Watsons have a coat of arms recognised by the Lord Lyon.