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Scottish Baby Boy Names

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  • Cuddy - Pet form of Cuthbert
  • Ewart - Uncertain origins
  • Drew - Scottish pet form of Andrew
  • Sawney - From the name Sandy
  • Jaimie - Means Supplanter
  • Camden - This name means ‘meander valley’
  • Bothain - A person who lived in a stone house
  • Ludo - Pet form of Ludovic
  • Erskine - From place close to Glasgow
  • Morogh - This Scottish name means man of the sea
  • Alec - Pet form of Alexander
  • Blair - From the Gaelic places names Blar. Also a surname.
  • Tadhg - Scottish Gaelic name and it means philosopher
  • Gavin - A popular name, its origins are uncertain possibly from the name Gawain
  • Uilleam - Scottish boys name equivalent to William
  • Conall - Means strong wolf
  • Deorsa - Gaelic name for George
  • Foirtchern - This name means overlord
  • Neil - This is a variation of the name Nicholas
  • Ranald - From the Gaelic name Raghnall
  • Bruce - Common name in Scotland. The Braces were a powerful Scottish family.
  • Luthais - Form of Louis
  • Corey - The name is of old Norse origin meaning unknown
  • Niall - Galic name that means ‘champion’
  • Alick - Scottish version of Alec
  • Ian - Version of John
  • Edan - Scottish name for Aidan
  • Daibhidh - Scottish name for David
  • Fib - The name given to a poet
  • Barclay - From the place Berkeley which means wood clearing
  • Scottie - Someone form Scotland
  • Dand - This name means Warrior
  • Paton - Mean royal
  • Iain - Gaelic form of Ian
  • Baigh - Origin unknown
  • Marcus - From the name Mac Mharcuis reported to mean Warrior
  • Uisdean - Means forever stone
  • Ogilhinn - Scottish Gaelic name given to a person from the top of a mountain
  • Kenny - Pet form of Kenneth
  • Gordan - Variation on Gordon
  • Bhric - A variation on Bhreac
  • Beiste - This name means ‘the beast’
  • Keith - Means wood or forest
  • Simidh - Means Simon in Gaelic
  • Chalmers - Mainly a Scottish surnam name from a famous family
  • Cailin - Variation on Cailean
  • Ewan - Gaelic version of the name John
  • Creighton - From Gaelic name crioch meaning border of a settlement.
  • Shaw - From the name Seaghdh
  • Pherson - The name given to a parson (priest)
  • Murdock - Means sea
  • Ellar - A person who was a butler
  • Bhaltair - Gaelic origins is a form of Walter
  • Masterman - Means the man of the master
  • Niven - Scottish male name from Naoimhean
  • Graham - From the placename in Lincolnshire and means ‘Gravel Home’
  • Eumann - From the name Edmund
  • Allan - Variant of Alan
  • Gilroy - Means son of the red haired woman
  • Jockie - Means god is gracious
  • Ramsey - Variation of Ramsay
  • Naughton - From the Gaelic name Neachdann
  • Eachann - Means brown horse
  • Broden - A place in Scotland
  • Rabbie - Scottish pet name for Robert
  • Tasgall - Traditional name means god and cauldron
  • Hew - This name means heart
  • Sinclair - Common as a surname from Saint-Clair in France
  • Coinneach - Means handsome
  • Aengus - Gaelic form Angus
  • Ualan - Same as the name Valentine
  • Reade - Variation on Reid
  • Tearlach - From the name Toirdhealbhach.
  • Aonghus - Gaelic form Angus
  • Ludovic - Means dedicated to the Lord
  • Lyle - Means ‘from an island’
  • Charlie - Pet form of Charles
  • Kirk - Someone who lives near a church
  • Balgair - Means fox
  • Diarmad - A form of Dermot
  • Ailbeart - Gaelic form of the name Albert
  • Hamish - Scottish name for James
  • Doughall - Variation of Dougal
  • Bothan - A variation of Bothain
  • Cuithbeart - Scottish name for Cuthbert
  • Gus - Pet form of Angus
  • Art - Short form of Authur
  • Armstrong - Means a man with strong arms
  • Nicol - This is a variation of the name Nicholas
  • Forbes - From the Scottish place names that means field
  • Logan - From the place name in Ayrshire, meaning Hollow
  • Imhear - From the Gaelic name Eibhear
  • Dugald - Alternative to the name Dougal
  • Torquil - From the name For call
  • Griorgair - Gaelic name for Gregor
  • Muir - Meaning moor land
  • Daileass - A person who lived by a waterfall
  • Eudard - Means guardian or protector
  • Lennox - From the region of Glasgow
  • Morven - The name given to someone who worked as a mariner
  • Raghnall - Gaelic name for Ronald
  • Jim - Short form of Jimmy
  • Chisholm - Scottish surname meaning cheese
  • Scott - Someone form Scotland
  • Oidhche - This boy’s name means ‘night’
  • Lachlan - From the Gaelic name Lachlann
  • Tomas - Gaelic version of Thomas
  • Rodric - The origins of this name means ruler
  • Errol - This name means wanderer
  • Duncan - From the Gaelic name Donnchadh, meaning dark warrior
  • Evan - Means god is gracious
  • Brodie - Meaning unknown from a place in Moray
  • Stewart - From someone who worked as a Steward
  • BaIloch - A person who comes from the pasture land
  • Stuart - From someone who worked as a Steward
  • Ninian - Origin unknown
  • Maddock - First and surnamre that means generous
  • Steaphan - Scottish name for Stephen
  • Kenneth - From the names Cinaed and Cainnech
  • Gillies - From the Gaelic name Gille Iosa
  • Christie - Form of Christopher
  • Sorley - From Somhairle
  • Cailean - Is a Scottish name for Colin
  • Ainsley - Long established Scottish name originates from Annesley or Ansley. Means ‘one’s own meadow’
  • Fibh - Possibly related to Fibh
  • Baldie - Pet form of the name Archibald
  • Evander - Related to the name Ivor and was the name given to a archer
  • Gillanders - From the Gaelic name Gille Ainndreis
  • Lachie - Pet form of Lachlan
  • Roddy - Pet name of Roderick
  • Andra - Form of Andrew
  • Benneit - Form of Benedict
  • Gibby - From Gibidh
  • Donal - Variation on the name Donald
  • Labhrainn - Related to the name Laurence
  • Greg - Pet form of Gregory or Gregor
  • Dalzell - Means ‘white fields’
  • Evin - This name is reported to mean ‘swift’
  • Jimmie - See the name James
  • Coire - Name of Gaelic origins
  • Calder - Celtic word that means a stream
  • Broehain - Means broken
  • Fulton - Place name in Ayrshire
  • Wallace - This name means foreign in old French used to describe the Celts
  • Fergus - From the Gaelic male name Fearchas
  • Bhreac - Means ‘speckled’
  • Beathan - Traditional Gaelic name from Beatha
  • Christy - Form of Christopher
  • Gilchrist - Means the servant of Christ
  • Uarraig - This name means fierce pride
  • Sholto - Means fruitful
  • Henry - Popular boy’s name in Scotland that means ‘home ruler’
  • James - From the Latin name Iacomus. Related to Jacob
  • Alasdair - Scottish Gaelic form of Alexander
  • Maxwell - From the place on the river Tweed
  • Rhiseart - Scottish Gaelic boy’s name for Richard
  • Lloyd - A person with Grey Hair
  • Ray - The name of someone who lives by a brook
  • Finlay - Means white warrior from the Gaelic name Fionnlagh
  • Alister - Variation of Alistair
  • Micheal - Scottish Gaelic name for Michael
  • Malcolm - Originate from the Gaelic name Mael Coluim
  • Mac - This boy’s name means Son
  • Ailean - Scottish name for Alan
  • Callum - From the Latin name Columba meaning dove
  • Aodh - Gaelic name and it means fire
  • Archie - A variation of the name Archibald
  • Gladstone - From a place name
  • Filib - Scottish name for Philip
  • Douglas - Associated with Dougal
  • Gregor - Scottish boys name for Gregory
  • Mathe - The Gaelic boys name name meaning bear
  • Coll - From the name Colla
  • Kester - Scottish name for Christopher
  • Leathan - The name of a river
  • Breac - Means ‘speckled’
  • Crayton - A variant of the name Creighton
  • Tremaine - Means a house of stone
  • Lyall - From the name Liulfr and means loyal
  • Aillig - A person from a rocky location
  • Ceardach - Place name and the name refers to a person who worked as a smith
  • Eideard - A form of Edward
  • Neacal - Scottish name for Nicholas
  • Camdan - Name is after the place name
  • Alistair - A form of Alexander
  • Aibne - Boy’s name mean river
  • Bearnard - A version of Bernard
  • Dougie - Pet form of Douglas
  • Archibald - Means genuine and bold
  • Leslie - From the place in Scotland Lesslyn
  • Allaster - Variant of Alistair
  • Reid - Someone with red hair
  • Fingal - From the name Fionnghall. Means white stranger
  • Murray - From the area of Moray
  • Bhraghad - A person ‘from the upper part’ as in the mountain Beinn a’Bhraghad
  • Parlan - From Parthalan anglicized to McFarlane.
  • Crisdean - Alternative name for Christopher
  • Fearghas - Scottish version of the name Fergus
  • Lesley - Variation of Leslie
  • Hector - A form of the name Eachann
  • Allister - Variant of Alistair
  • Reade - Someone with red hair
  • Gilleonan - From the Gaelic name Gille Adhamhnain
  • Euan - From the Gaelic name Eoghan
  • Frazer - Variation on the Fraser
  • Willy - Pet form of William
  • Richie - Pet name for Richard
  • Darach - Gaelic name that means oak, possibly given to people with oak coloured hair
  • Goraidh - This Scottish name means God’s peace
  • Eoin - mean God is gracious
  • Sachairi - Scottish name for Zachary
  • Bhradain - Means salmon in Gaelic as in the waterfall Eas a’ Bhradain
  • Angus - Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Aonghus and means ‘one choice’
  • Tyree - The name given to a man who live on an island
  • Don - Short form of Donald, Donny or Donnie
  • Fife - From the district in Scotland
  • Eairdsidh - Scottish name for Archie
  • Quinn - The name given to the 5th born in a family
  • Bean - From the name Beathan
  • Damhan - This name means fawn
  • Davy - Pet form of David
  • Scotty - Variation on Scottie (see Scott)
  • Doug - Per form of the name Douglas & Dougal
  • Iagan - Anglicised from MacKeegan
  • Manas - Scottish for Magnus
  • Neill - A veriant of the name Neil
  • Iomhar - From the Gaelic name Eibhear
  • Brice - Means ‘speckled’
  • Roy - Means ‘red’
  • Mungo - Means amiable
  • Magnus - Means great. Originates from Latin
  • Carson - Origins uncertain. It possibly from a place name.
  • Fearchar - From the words man and deer
  • Tormod - Means the courage of Thor
  • Norval - From a a place in Normandy, Normanville
  • Cliamain - Scottish name for Clement.
  • Tiobaid - Scottish name for Theobald
  • Kennedy - From the name Uarraig
  • Irving - From the place close to Dumfries
  • Jock - Scottish variation on the name Jack
  • Eallair - Means church cell
  • Innes - From Aonghas – equivalent Angus
  • Balgaire - Variation of Balgair
  • Anndra - Scottish version of Andrew
  • Fyfe - Alternative spelling to Fife
  • Kendric - From the name MacKenrick
  • Johnny - Short form of the name John
  • Cameron - Means crooked nose
  • Artair - Scottish form of Authur
  • Gillespie - From the Gaelic name Gille Easbaig
  • Ronald - From the name Rognvaldr
  • Padraig - Anglicized as Peter
  • Ross - Means headland
  • Jimmy - See the name James
  • Fraser - Norman origins
  • Doileag - This name is given to someone who’s a World Leader
  • Nachton - This name means ‘pure’
  • Seumas - Scottish name for James
  • Rab - Pet name of Rabbie
  • Graeme - Variation on the Graham
  • Cambeul - Related to Campbell
  • Rae - This Scottish boy’s name means grace
  • Chattan - From a 6th century Scottish saint
  • Nathair - Gaelic name meaning a snake
  • Cory - See Corey
  • Cam - Pet name for Cameron
  • Monroe - Munro – people from the river Roe
  • Ranulf - Means advice of the wolf
  • Adie - Pet form of Adam
  • Glen - From the Gaelic name that means valley
  • Daimh - Gaelic name for a Ox
  • Sim - Means Simon in Gaelic
  • Andy - Pet form of Andrew
  • Sandy - Pet name for Alexander
  • Grant - Means large
  • Donald - This name means world ruler
  • Bhaic - Scottish name origin unknown
  • Gordain - Variation on Gordon
  • Balfour - After a place in the North of Scotland
  • Cruim - This name means crooked
  • Gordon - From the place name and means fort
  • Drummond - This Scottish name means ridge
  • Farquhar - From the Gaelic name Fearchar
  • Ailein - Scottish name a person from green pastures
  • Arregaithel - A person who comes the place of the Gauls
  • Brochan - A Gaelic name that means ‘broken’
  • Moray - From the name Murry
  • Brody - Variation of Brodie
  • Lindsay - From the place Lindsay in England
  • Duff - This name means ‘dark’
  • Keir - A variation on the name Kerr
  • Paden - The boy’s name means Royal
  • Laird - This was the name given to a land owner
  • Nairn - A seaside place in the highlands of Scotland
  • Kyle - Gaelic word ‘caol’
  • Alan - Origins uncertain. It possibly means rock.
  • Ramsay - From the place name Ramsey meaning wild island
  • Erroll - Variation on Errol
  • Robert - Introduced the Britain by the Normans and means bright flame
  • Drummand - A variation on the name Drummond
  • Aindrea - Scottish Gaelic name for Andrew
  • Moirean - From the name Moire
  • Seocan - Pet name for Jock
  • Paidean - From Padraig a form of Patrick
  • Gregory - From the Latin name Gregorein
  • Quany - Means Proud
  • Eunan - Means little horror
  • Railbeart - Scottish name for Robert
  • Clyde - From the river in Scotland
  • Dougal - Means dark stranger from the name Dubhgall
  • Alastair - Anglised version of Alasdair
  • Craig - Means rock
  • Hewie - Alternate spelling of Hughie