County Waterford Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms for County Waterford.

The Coat of Arms was adopted by the Elected Members of Waterford County Council on 9th June, 1997. Saint Declan is represented in the design by the symbol of the round tower which recalls the celebrated monastic foundation at Ardmore. It is interesting to note the motto 'Déisi oc Declan co Brath' is taken from a ninth century life of Saint Decian with the text in the Old Irish and means 'May the Déise remain with Decian forever'.

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