Refering to history:
1)A Scottish Clan, there castle now resides in ruins, they were part of a medieval alliance that saw them through many troubled times. (pronouced Mk-mill-an)
2) A Surname usually of an anglo-saxon person of (may be distant) scottish heritage.
For both of the above fammily moto means (in various forms but this is the core of it): to help those less fortunate than ourselves we will strive.
Name: James mcmillan, Andrew mcmillan, Sue mcmillan, Ken mcmillan.
Title: Lord Mcmillan, Mr Mcmillan, Miss mcmillan
To beg for or plead for items, such as money, cigarettes, or beer. Typically, this term is only applicable when begging or pleading to complete strangers or people who do not even like you. Often, one is told that there will be some form of payback for the item, but in the fine mcmillan tradition, this never occurs.
Hey, bro, can I mcmillan a cigarette off you?