|Coat of arms||
Per pale white and green, a fir tree line between, three brown pinecones on the white|
(Per pale sapiné argent and vert, in dexter three pinecones brunâtre)
|Seat||In the northern mountains|
|Head||Lord Torren Liddle|
The chief of the clan is known as "The Liddle", although at Winterfell he is given the treatment of "Lord Liddle".
Their arms are per pale white and green, a fir tree line between, three brown pinecones on the white. Their motto does not appear in the books.
A Storm of Swords
Bran Stark recalls there are some Liddles living in the high places during his trip to the Wall with Hodor, Meera, and Jojen Reed. They meet a man from the mountain clans that Bran identifies as a Liddle because of the pinecone-shaped gold and bronze clasp fastening his cloak. He shares oatcakes, blood sausage and ale, without asking their names nor giving his.
A Dance with Dragons
House Liddle at the end of the third century
The known Liddles during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:
- Lord Torren Liddle, known as the Liddle, the head of the clan.
Behind the Scenes
Big Liddle, Middle Liddle, and Little Liddle are probably references to Liddell & Scott, a standard lexicographic work of Ancient Greek, which was published in three sizes called "The Big Liddell", "The Middle Liddell" and "The Little Liddell".