Popular Scottish names for girls and boys

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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Abhainn Scottish River. M
2 Acair Scottish Anchor. M

3 Acaiseid Scottish Anchor. M
4 Achaius Scottish Friend of a horse. M
5 Adair Scottish From the oak tree ford. F
6 Adair Scottish From the oak tree ford. Uncertain origin. May be a variant of Edgar, or from the Gaelic for 'oak tree ford'. Used for many hundreds of years as both surname and first name. M
7 Adaira Scottish From the oak tree ford. F
8 Adairia Scottish From the oak tree ford. F
9 Adhamh Scottish Of the earth. M
10 Aeneas Scottish Sometimes used in Scotland as a translation of the Gaelic Aonghus'. F
11 Aengus Scottish Unnaturally strong. M
12 Aibne Scottish River. M
13 Ail Scottish From the stony place. M

14 Aila Scottish From the strong place. F
15 Ailbert Scottish Noble. M
16 Ailean Scottish Handsome. M
17 Aileana Scottish From the green meadow. F
18 Aileen Scottish From the green meadow, a variant of Evelyn. Also a Scottish variant of the Irish Eileen. F
19 Aileene Scottish Variant of Evelyn. F
20 Ailein Scottish From the green meadow. M
21 Ailie Scottish Diminutive of Ailsa: From Ailsa Craig, a rocky islet in the Scottish Firth of Clyde. Also a Scottish variant of Else, and a diminutive of Ailis or Alison. F
22 Aillig Scottish From the stony place. M
23 Ailsa Scottish From Ailsa Craig, a rocky islet in the Scottish Firth of Clyde. Also a Scottish variant of Else. F
24 Aindreas Scottish Strong. M
25 Akir Scottish Anchor. M
26 Akira Scottish Anchor. F
27 Alasdair Scottish Variant of Alexander 'defender of mankind.'. M
28 Alastair Scottish Defender of man. M
29 Albany Scottish Derived from a former name for northern Scotland. M
30 Alec Scottish Abbreviation of Alexander 'defender of mankind.'. M
31 Aleck Scottish Abbreviation of Alexander 'defender of mankind.'. M
32 Alison Scottish Scottish form of Louise: battle famous. Variant of Alice. F
33 Alistair Scottish Variant of Alexander 'defender of mankind.'. M
34 Alistaire Scottish Variant of Alexander 'defender of mankind.'. M
35 Alister Scottish Variant of Alexander 'defender of mankind.'. M
36 Allister Scottish Variant of Alexander 'defender of mankind.'. M
37 Alpin Scottish Blond. M
38 Alpina Scottish Blond. F
39 Amhuinn Scottish From the alder tree river. M
40 Anderson Scottish Son of Andrew. M
41 Andre' Scottish Variant of Andrew: Manly. From the Greek Andrew. Has long been a popular Scottish name, because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland after whom the town of St Andrews was named. M
42 Andreas Scottish Variant of Andrew: Manly. From the Greek Andrew. Has long been a popular Scottish name, because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland after whom the town of St Andrews was named. M
43 Andrew Scottish Manly. From the Greek Andrew. Has long been a popular Scottish name, because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland after whom the town of St Andrews was named. M
44 Andy Scottish Diminutive of Andrew: Manly. From the Greek Andrew. Has long been a popular Scottish name, because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland after whom the town of St Andrews was named. M
45 Angus Scottish Unnaturally strong; singular; only choice. Scots Celtic god Angus Og helped his people with his wisdom and intelligence. The Aberdeen Angus is a Scottish breed of black cattle. M
46 Anice Scottish Scottish form of Ann: grace. F
47 Annabel Scottish Beautiful grace. F
48 Annabella Scottish Beautiful grace. F
49 Aoidh Scottish Spirited. M
50 Aonghus Scottish Unnaturally strong. M
51 Archibald Scottish True and bold. Also 'bald'. Introduced from England and Germany during the Norman conquest, the Scottish interpreted the 'bald' to refer to the shaven head of a monk. M
52 Archie Scottish Diminutive of Archibald: True and bold. Also 'bald'. Introduced from England and Germany during the Norman conquest, the Scottish interpreted the 'bald' to refer to the shaven head of a monk. M
53 Archy Scottish Diminutive of Archibald: True and bold. Also 'bald'. Introduced from England and Germany during the Norman conquest, the Scottish interpreted the 'bald' to refer to the shaven head of a monk. M
54 Argyle Scottish From the land of the Gauls. M
55 Armstrang Scottish Strong. M
56 Armstrong Scottish Strong. M
57 Arregaithel Scottish From the land of the Gauls. M
58 Artair Scottish Bear. M
59 Arthur Scottish Derived from Celtic artos meaning 'bear'. M
60 Athdar Scottish From the oak tree ford. M
61 Athdara Scottish From the oak tree ford. F
62 Athol Scottish From a surname based on the Scottish place name Atholl, used occasionally as a first name since the late 19th century. M
63 Aulay Scottish Ancestor; forefather. A variant of Olaf which derives from the Scottish Gaelic Amhblaibh. M
64 Bac Scottish Bank. M
65 Baen Scottish Fair skinned. M
66 Baigh Scottish From the upper part. M
67 BaIloch Scottish From the pasture. M
68 Baird Scottish From Baird. M
69 Baldie Scottish Diminutive of Archibald: True and bold. Also 'bald'. Introduced from England and Germany during the Norman conquest, the Scottish interpreted the 'bald' to refer to the shaven head of a monk. M
70 Balfour Scottish From the pastureland. M
71 Balgair Scottish Fox. M
72 Balgaire Scottish Fox. M
73 Balmoral Scottish From the majestic village. M
74 Banner Scottish Flag; ensign bearer. M
75 Barclay Scottish The Scottish spelling of the English surname Barkeley, meaning birch-wood or the birch tree meadow. M
76 Barday Scottish From Berkeley. M
77 Bartley Scottish The birch tree meadow. See also Berkley. M
78 Bean Scottish Fair skinned. M
79 Bearnard Scottish Bear strong. M
80 Beathan Scottish Son of the righthand. M
81 Beathas Scottish Wise. F
82 Beiste Scottish Beast. M
83 Beth Scottish Diminutive of Bethia: This Hebrew name became popular in Scotland in the 17th century because of it's association with the Gaelic 'beath' meaning 'life. F
84 Beth Scottish Lively. M
85 Bethia Scottish This Hebrew name became popular in Scotland in the 17th century because of it's association with the Gaelic 'beath' meaning 'life. F
86 Bhaic Scottish Bank. M
87 Bhaltair Scottish Strong fighter. M
88 Bhradain Scottish Salmon. M
89 Bhraghad Scottish From the upper part. M
90 Bhreac Scottish Speckled. M
91 Bhric Scottish Speckled. M
92 Biast Scottish Beast. M
93 Birk Scottish From a birch tree. M
94 Blaine Scottish Surname of uncertain meaning. M
95 Blair Scottish Field of battle. F
96 Blair Scottish Peat moss. M
97 Blaire Scottish Field of battle. F
98 Blake Scottish Dark; dark-haired. Can also mean the reverse: 'fair; pale.' Blakeman. M
99 Blane Scottish Variant of Blaine. M
100 Blaney Scottish Variant of Blaine. M
101 Blayne Scottish Variant of Blaine. M
102 Bonni Scottish From the French 'bon' meaning good. In Scottish usage 'bonnie' means pretty or charming. F
103 Bonnibelle Scottish From the French 'bon' meaning good. In Scottish usage 'bonnie' means pretty or charming. F
104 Bonnie Scottish Pretty, charming beautiful. Derived from the Scottish dialect word bonny, meaning beautiful; which in turn is based on the Latin 'bonus' meaning good. F
105 Bonnie-jo Scottish From the French 'bon' meaning good. In Scottish usage 'bonnie' means pretty or charming. F
106 Bonny Scottish Pretty, charming beautiful. Derived from the Scottish dialect word bonny, meaning beautiful; which in turn is based on the Latin 'bonus' meaning good. F
107 Bonny-jean Scottish From the French 'bon' meaning good. In Scottish usage 'bonnie' means pretty or charming. F
108 Bonny-lee Scottish From the French 'bon' meaning good. In Scottish usage 'bonnie' means pretty or charming. F
109 Both Scottish From the stone house. M
110 Bothain Scottish From the stone house. M
111 Bothan Scottish From the stone house. M
112 Boyd Scottish From the Gaelic 'buidhe' meaning yellow. Used commonly as a name referring to its owner's blonde hair color. Common as both a first name and a surname in Scotland. M
113 Bradana Scottish Salmon. F
114 Braden Scottish Salmon. M
115 Bram Scottish Bramble; a thicket of wild gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker was author of Dracula. M
116 Breac Scottish Speckled. M
117 Brenda Scottish From the Norse, meaning sword or torch, this name was originally used only in the Shetland Isles of Scotland, but spread to other parts of the English-speaking world after Brenda appeared as a heroine in Sir Walter Scott's 1822 novel The Pirate. F
118 Bretton Scottish Brit. A native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England). M
119 Brice Scottish Speckled. M
120 Broc Scottish Badger. M
121 Brochan Scottish Broken. M
122 Brod Scottish Diminutive of Broderick: Brother. M
123 Broddy Scottish Diminutive of Broderick: Brother. M
124 Brodee Scottish Variant of Brody: Second son. M
125 Broden Scottish Reference to Castle Brodie in Scotland. M
126 Broderic Scottish Variant of Broderick: Brother. M
127 Broderick Scottish Brother. M
128 Brodey Scottish Variant of Brody: Second son. M
129 Brodi Scottish Variant of Brody: Second son. M
130 Brodie Scottish Variant of Brody: Second son. M
131 Brodric Scottish Variant of Broderick: Brother. M
132 Brodrick Scottish Variant of Broderick: Brother. M
133 Brody Scottish Second son. M
134 Broehain Scottish Broken. M
135 Bruce Scottish Surname since medieval times; now a common given name. Folklore tale of 14th century Robert King of Scotland: ('the Bruce') who learned the value of perseverance from watching a spider spin a web. M
136 Bryce Scottish Speckled. Surname form of Brice. M
137 Brycen Scottish Variant of Bryce. M
138 Bryceton Scottish Variant of Bryce. M
139 Bryson Scottish Variant of Bryce. M
140 Bryston Scottish Variant of Bryce. M
141 Buchanan Scottish From the cannon's seat. M
142 Busby Scottish Forest village. M
143 Cadha Scottish From the steep place. F
144 Cailean Scottish Triumphant in battle; triumphant in war; virile. Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
145 Cailin Scottish Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
146 Cailleach Scottish Hag. F
147 Caillen Scottish Virile. M
148 Caillic Scottish Hag. F
149 Cait Scottish Variant of Katherine, meaning pure. F
150 Caitrin Scottish Variant of Katherine, meaning pure. F
151 Caladh Scottish Harbor. M
152 Calan Scottish Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
153 Calder Scottish Rough waters. M
154 Caley Scottish Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
155 Callum Scottish Bald dove. M
156 Cam Scottish Crooked or crooked mouth. M
157 Cambeul Scottish Crooked mouth. M
158 Camdan Scottish From the winding valley. M
159 Camden Scottish From the winding valley. M
160 Camdin Scottish From the winding valley. M
161 Camdyn Scottish From the winding valley. M
162 Cameron Scottish Clan name meaning bent nose. F
163 Cameron Scottish Derives from a Scottish surname; from the Gaelic meaning crooked or bent nose. A common first name in Scotland, and in 2Oth century Canadian and Australian families of Scottish descent. M
164 Camhlaidh Scottish Relic. M
165 Camp Scottish Crooked mouth. M
166 Campbell Scottish Derived from a Scottish surname based on the Gaelic meaning crooked mouth. Campbell is used occasionally as a first name in Scotland, and in families of Scottish descent in other parts of the world. M
167 Camron Scottish Variant of Cameron 'bent nose.'. M
168 Camshron Scottish Crooked nose. M
169 Caraidland Scottish From the land between the streams. M
170 Carlton Scottish From the land between the streams. M
171 Carmichael Scottish Friend of Saint Michael. M
172 Caroline Scottish Feminine form of Charles: manly. F
173 Carr Scottish From the broken mossy ground. M
174 Carson Scottish Surname. M
175 Cat Scottish Catlike. M
176 Cathair Scottish From the broken mossy ground. M
177 Catriona Scottish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
178 Cauley Scottish Relic. M
179 Cawley Scottish Relic. M
180 Ceard Scottish Smith. M
181 Ceardach Scottish Smith. M
182 Chaim Scottish Crooked. M
183 Chait Scottish Catlike. M
184 Chalmer Scottish Rules the home. M
185 Chalmers Scottish Rules the home. M
186 Chattan Scottish Clan of the cats. M
187 Chisholm Scottish From Chisolm. M
188 Chrissa Scottish Abbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ. F
189 Chrissie Scottish Abbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ. F
190 Chrissy Scottish Abbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ. F
191 Christal Scottish Christian. F
192 Christel Scottish Christian. F
193 Christi Scottish Abbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ. F
194 Christie Scottish Abbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ. F
195 Christie Scottish Christian. M
196 Christy Scottish Abbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ. F
197 Christy Scottish Christian. M
198 Chrystal Scottish Diminutive of Christopher. M
199 Clach Scottish Stone. M
200 Claud Scottish From the French Claude, a variant of the Latin Claudium meaning lame. Introduced into Scotland by the 6th century Hamilton family. Famous person: British actor Claude Rains. M