Word Origin and History for mcfarland
Irish surname, from Gaelic Mac Pharlain "son of Parlan," from Old Irish Parthalon "Bartholomew."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for mcfarland
As of press time, no charges have been filed against Pastor McFarland.
A local NBC affiliate reported that, when reached by phone, McFarland had confirmed the details of his revelation.
What remains unclear is just how many women McFarland may have knowingly put in danger of contracting HIV.
Until that future is here, however, “Eat yogurt for the strawberries, not the bacteria,” McFarland says.Your Probiotic Is Probably B.S.
June 25, 2014
And in McFarland he will be an underdog California track coach.Are We in the Midst of a Kevin Costner Comeback?
January 28, 2014
By the way,” said Johnny, as dawn began to break, “have you ever met Mr. McFarland?White Fire
Roy J. Snell
Mr. McFarland spoke of that, and then of how little else remained.
Mr. McFarland had turned slightly away, as if not caring to hear it.
Cyrus had risen and was putting in his pocket a paper Mr. McFarland had given him.
McFarland Gap, the only débouché, was supposed to be occupied by the cavalry.From Manassas to Appomattox