Scottish: River, from the river
Scottish: Friend of a horse
Gaelic: From the oak tree ford; surname
Scottish: From the ford at the oak tree
Scottish: From the oak tree ford
Scottish: From the strong place
Scottish: From the green meadow
Irish: Light; variant of Evelyn
Scottish: Light, from the green meadow; also see Eileen and Helen
Irish: Variant of Evelyn
Scottish: Variant of Evelyn
Scottish: Variant of Alan
Gaelic: Defends mankind; variant of Alexander
Scottish: Defends mankind; an Anglicized form of Alasdair, a Gaelic variant of Alexander
Scottish: Abbreviation of Alexander, defender of mankind.
Scottish: Abbreviation of Alexander defender of mankind.
Gaelic: Defender of mankind; an Anglicized form of Alasdair, a Gaelic variant of Alexander
Scottish: Variant of Alexander defender of mankind.
Gaelic: Variant of Alexander defender of mankind.
Gaelic: Defender of man
Scottish: From the alder tree river
Scandinavian: Manly, brave; variant of Andrew
Scottish: Manly, brave; variant of Andrew
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Celtic: From the land of the Irish
Scottish: From the land of the Gauls
Gaelic: From the oak tree ford; variant of Adair
Scottish: Fair skinned
Scottish: From the upper part
English: Minstrel; a medieval musical entertainer
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