This name derives from a Scottish toponym of unknown origin, probably from the old Celtic “loverno” meaning “fox”. Lovern, in Celtic mythology, was a first century Druid healer, called “the fox”. The name Lorna or Lornah was Invented by R.D. Blackmore for his novel “Lorna Doone”, from the Scottish place name Lorn(e) in Argyll. Loarn mac Eirc was a legendary king of Dál Riata who may have lived in the 5th century.