1: Ayne Galiena de Mowbray -New Name & New Device
Purpure, in fess an amphiptere Or and a unicorn argent respectant.
Submitter desires a feminine name.
Sound most important.
"Aine" is considered middle Irish Gaelic ca 900-1200 ad. (this link came straight out of St. Gabriel)
Submitter believes Ayne is also an accepted English given name. If not, we seek to take the spelling Ayne as an Anglicization of Aine.
"Galiena De Mowbray" was an actual person. She was born Galiena Dunbar, and married Phillip D Mowbray (Moubray) in 1200s Scotland. (A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland) by John Burke on pg 127.
De Mowbray is a well documented and known English noble name.