Scottish Girl Names

Aila

Nickname for Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Aileas

Scottish form of English Alice, meaning noble sort

Ailee

Nickname for Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Aileen

Scottish variant of English Eileen, meaning both bird and rival

Ailene

Variant of Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Ailey

Nickname for Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Ailie

Nickname for Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Ailsa

Elf victory Scottish name derived from Alfsigesey, meaning Island of Alfsigr, the Norse name for Ailsa Craig, an island off Scotland.

Ailse

Variant of Scottish Ailsa, meaning elf victory

Ailsie

Variant of Scottish Ailsa, meaning elf victory

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Ainslie

Hermitage wood Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from the Old English elements ansetl hermitage and leah wood

Aithbhreac

Old Scottish/Gaelic name meaning new speckled one

Aleen

Variant of Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Anstice

English and Scottish name derived from Anastasia, meaning resurrection Popular in the 13th century.

Athol

Scottish unisex name derived from a place name of Gaelic origin, meaning new Ireland

Ùna

Scottish/Gaelic form of Irish/Gaelic Úna, meaning lamb

Barabal

Scottish form of Greek Barbara, meaning foreign; strange

Bearnas

Scottish/Gaelic form of Berenice, meaning bringer of victory

Beathag

Feminine form of Scottish Beathan, meaning life

Beileag

Pet form of Scottish Iseabail, meaning God is my oath

Beitris

Scottish form of English Beatrix, meaning voyager (through life)

Blair

Scottish unisex name derived from any of a number of places in Scotland called Blair, which were derived from the Gaelic word blàr, meaning field, plain, most often referring to a battlefield

Cairistiona

Scottish form of English Christina, meaning follower of Christ

Caitriona

Scottish form of Katherine, meaning pure

Cam

CAM: Nickname for Scottish unisex Cameron, meaning crooked nose

Cameron

Crooked nose Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, originally from the name of an ancestor having an ungraceful proboscis.

Chirsty

Scottish pet form of Christine, meaning follower of Christ

Davena

Variant of Scottish Davina, meaning beloved

Davina

Scottish feminine form of David, meaning beloved

Deoiridh

Scottish/Gaelic name meaning pilgrim

Devorgilla

Variant of Scottish Diorbhail, meaning true testimony

Dina

Nickname for Scottish Murdina, meaning sea warrior

Diorbhail

Variant of Scottish Diorbhorguil, meaning true testimony Today this name is used as a form of English Dorothy, meaning gift of God

Diorbhorguil

Older form of Scottish Diorbhail, meaning true testimony

Doileag

Scottish feminine form of Donald, meaning world ruler

Dolag

Scottish feminine form of Donald, meaning world ruler

Dolanna

Scottish feminine form of Donald, meaning world ruler

Dolina

Scottish feminine form of Donald, meaning world ruler

Dollag

Scottish feminine form of Donald, meaning world ruler

Donalda

Scottish feminine form of Donald, meaning world ruler

Donaldina

Elaborated form of Scottish Donalda, meaning world ruler

Donna

English and Scottish feminine form of Donald, meaning world ruler

Donnag

Scottish feminine form of Donald, meaning world ruler

Ealasaid

Scottish/Gaelic form of Elisabeth, meaning God is my oath

Eamhair

Scottish form of Irish Emer, possibly meaning ready, swift

Edme

Scottish feminine form of French unisex Esmé, meaning esteemed, loved

Eilidh

Scottish/Gaelic form of English Ellie (a pet form of other names). Also used as a form of Helen, meaning torch or moon or more likely to elope

Eimhear

Scottish form of Irish/Gaelic Emer, possibly meaning ready, swift

Eimhir

Variant of Scottish Eimhear, possibly meaning ready, swift

Eiric

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Oighrig, possibly meaning new speckled one

Eithrig

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Oighrig, possibly meaning new speckled one

Elspet

Variant of English/Scottish Elspeth, meaning God is my oath

Elspeth

English and Scottish abbreviated form of Elisabeth, meaning God is my oath

Elspie

Nickname for English/Scottish Elspeth, meaning God is my oath

Eubh

Scottish/Gaelic form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Eubha

Scottish/Gaelic form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Euna

Scottish form of Irish/Gaelic Úna, possibly meaning famine, hunger

Fenella

English and Scottish form of Irish/Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning white shoulder

Finella

English and Scottish form of Irish/Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning white shoulder

Finola

English and Scottish form of Irish/Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning white shoulder

Fionola

English and Scottish variant of Irish/Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning white shoulder

Frangag

Feminine form of Scottish/Gaelic Frang, meaning free

Gavina

Feminine form of Scottish Gavin, meaning white hawk

Glenna

Feminine form of English/Scottish Glen, meaning valley

Gormlaith

Old Irish and Scottish/Gaelic name composed of the elements gorm illustrious, splendid and flaith lady, princess

Greer

Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from an abbreviated form of Gregor, meaning watchful; vigilant

Grizel

Scottish form of Germanic Griselda, meaning grey battle maid

Hectorina

Scottish feminine form of Hector, meaning defend; hold fast

Ina

Chamoru unisex name meaning illuminate; light up

Innes

Scottish unisex name derived from the Gaelic element inis island

Innis

Variant of Scottish unisex Innes, meaning island

Iona

English and Scottish name derived from the name of an island in the Hebrides, itself ultimately from Old Norse ey, meaning island

Iseabail

Scottish form of Spanish Isabel, meaning God is my oath

Ishbel

Scottish form of Spanish Isabel, meaning God is my oath

Isla

Feminine form of Scottish Islay, meaning island

Jamesina

Scottish feminine form of English James, meaning supplanter

Jean

Modern form of Old French Jehan, meaning God is gracious

Jeane

Variant of Scottish Jean, meaning God is gracious

Jeanie

Pet form of Scottish Jean, meaning God is gracious
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