Unknown, it wouldn't have been 'Claymore', it was a term that first came into use in the 16-1700s, and is a Gaelic word. Wallace was a lowland noble, likely of Norman decent, so if he did name his sword, it would likely have been in English, French or Latin. Too little is known of the man to make a guess.uh person who first answered is stupid for claymore was the name of the type of sword and William Wallace was Scottish so it would of been called something from Gaelic origin.
it comes form Ireland and Scottish to go's back to the name William Wallace Walsh is the why some spelled it just look to family crest and it will lead to what am telling
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Wallace Howe's birth name is Orlando Wallace Howe.
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Wallace Earl's birth name is Wallace Earl Sparks.
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Wallace Coburn's birth name is Wallace D. Coburn.
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Wallace Bosco's birth name is Wallace Charles Bosco.