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The Rundell surname is Norman French that came to England in the year 1066 with William the conqueror invasion and conquest of the Saxons. The original spelling “Roun” Norman French for round and “dell” meaning valley, the name represents Normans from the “round valley”. The variations of the surname are Roundle, Rundle, Roundall, Roundale, Roundill and many more.

The three laurel branches represent three victories and peace  for or with Rome in some capacity.

Motto: Tenax propositi

Motto Translation: Firm in purpose. Rundell coat of arms tattoo, done in morbid tattoo parlor in cash and carry mall Makati Manila, Philippines.

SPQR Senātus Populusque Rōmānus The Senate and People of Rome

“To the very end”. Often used in reference to battle, implying a willingness to keep fighting until you die. TO THE BITTER END.