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Scottish Names

Brave, heroic, reckless—well, you may not want that last quality for your baby, but from William Wallace (Braveheart) to Alexander Graham Bell, Sean Connery, and Kelly Macdonald, Scotland has given us plenty of brave, creative, and inventive names to choose from.

Gavin

Gavin has had a meteoric rise to the top. Perhaps due to musicians Gavin DeGraw and Gavin Rossdale (aka Mrs. Gwen Stefani)... Read more about Gavin

Mackenzie

The name Mackenzie for a girl seemingly appeared out of nowhere in the mid-70s. Most contribute its popularity to the actress... Read more about Mackenzie

Jamie

Scottish: Supplanter; feminine form of James

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MacKenzie

Wanna make Dad feel good? Name your son Mackenzie. Meaning "son of the wise ruler", Mackenzie kind of fell off the charts... Read more about MacKenzie

Kenneth

Celtic Origin

English Origin

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Leslie

Celtic Origin

Gaelic Origin

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Douglas

Celtic Origin

Irish Origin

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Leslie

Celtic Origin

Gaelic Origin

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Drew

Scottish: Brave; the feminine of the familiar form for Andrew

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Graham

English Origin

Latin Origin

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Paisley

Scottish: A particularly patterened, usually colorful fabric first produced in Paisely, Scotland

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Alec

Scottish: Abbreviation of Alexander, defender of mankind.

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Kin

Scottish: From the top of the cliff

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Ness

Scottish: From the headland

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Camden

Scottish: From the winding valley; a surname adapted to first name use, and a place name of a section of London.

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Camden

Scottish: From the winding valley; a surname adapted to first name use, and a place name of a section of London.

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Bonnie

English Origin

Scottish: Pretty, charming, beautiful; This Scottish term is likely a derivation of the French word bon, meaning good or nice.

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Malcolm

From the Shakespearean play Macbeth Read more about Malcolm

Isla

Scottish: From Islay, a name of an island off the Scottish coast

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MacBeth

Scottish: Son of Beth

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Tyrone

Scottish: Island dweller

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Dallas

Celtic Origin

Gaelic Origin

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Dallas

Scottish: From the field with the waterfall; a village in Scotland and a major city in Texas

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Campbell

Gaelic: Crooked mouth; name of a famous Highland clan

Scottish Origin

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Angus

From the Shakespearean play Macbeth Read more about Angus

Clyde

Scottish: Place name referring to the River Clyde in Scotland

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Lennox

From the Shakespearean play Macbeth Read more about Lennox

Camp

Scottish: Crooked mouth

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Aila

Scottish: From the strong place

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Mack

Celtic Origin

Scottish: Son of; nick name often used for people with surnames like McGregor, McAllister, McAndrews, etc.

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