Scottish Boy Names

Aindrea

Scottish form of Andrew, meaning man; warrior

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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

Alaisdair

Variant of Scottish Alasdair, meaning defender of mankind

Alan

English/Scottish name of Celtic origin, meaning handsome

Alann

Variant of English/Scottish Alan, meaning handsome

Alasdair

Scottish form of Alexander, meaning defender of mankind

Allan

Variant of English/Scottish Alan, meaning handsome

Allen

Variant of English/Scottish Alan, meaning handsome

Alpin

Scottish form of Gaelic Ailpein, possibly meaning white

Aodh

Myth name of a Celtic sun god. It is the Irish and Scottish Gaelic form of Áed, meaning fire

Aodhagan

Pet form of Irish/Scottish Gaelic Aodh, meaning fire

Aodhan

Irish/Scottish name, derived from Gaelic Áedán, meaning fire

Aonghas

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Aonghus, meaning one/only choice

Aonghus

Scottish/Gaelic myth name of a god of youth and love, composed of Celtic elements meaning one/only choice

Archibald

Genuine courage English and Scottish name, derived from the Germanic elements ercan genuine and bald bold

Artair

Scottish form of Arthur. The meaning is disputed; see Arthur.

Athol

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

Íomhar

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Ìomhair, meaning bowman

Balfour

Farm pasture; grazing land Scottish surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Gaelic elements bail farm, house, village, and pùir grass, pasture

Ballard

BALLARD: Bald-headed Old English and Scottish derogatory nickname for a bald-headed person, turned surname, turned forename, derived from Middle English balled, meaning rounded like a ball

Barclay

Birch wood clearing Scottish habitational surname transferred to forename use, itself a form of English Berkeley, composed of the Old English elements beorc birch and leah woodland clearing

Baxter

English and Scottish occupational surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English bæcestre, the feminine form of bæcere, meaning female baker

Bearnard

Irish and Scottish Gaelic form of English Bernard, meaning bold as a bear

Beathan

Scottish Gaelic name derived from the word beatha, meaning life

Benneit

Scottish/Gaelic form of Benedict, meaning blessed

Bhaltair

Scottish/Gaelic form of English Walter, meaning ruler of the army

Bhatair

Scottish/Gaelic form of English Walter, meaning ruler of the army

Blaan

BLAAN (Bláán): Little yellow one Scottish/Gaelic name composed of the word blá yellow and a diminutive suffix.

Boyd

Scottish surname transferred to forename use, meaning "yellow," as in yellow-haired.

Brodie

Scottish surname transferred to forename use, itself from a place name derived from the Gaelic word brothach, meaning muddy place

Brody

Variant of Scottish Brodie, meaning muddy place

Bruce

Probably means woods or thicket Scottish surname of French origin, transferred to forename use. It was originally a Norman baronial name but the exact location from which it was derived has not been identified and the number of possibilities are numerous.

Bryce

Scottish form of Welsh Brychan, meaning pied, spotted, speckled

Caden

Little battle Irish/Scottish surname transferred to forename use, itself an abbreviated form of Irish/Gaelic Mac Cadáin son of Cadán

Cailean

Scottish/Gaelic name meaning whelp; young pup

Cainneach

Scottish/Gaelic byname, meaning comely; finely made

Cainnech

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Cainneach, meaning comely; finely made This is one of the names from which Kenneth was derived.

Callum

Variant of Scottish Calum, meaning dove

Calum

Scottish form of Latin Columba, meaning dove

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.

Campbell

Crooked mouth Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from Gaelic cam bent, crooked and beul mouth

Camron

English variant of Scottish unisex Cameron, meaning crooked nose

Caoidhean

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Caointean, meaning fifth

Caointean

Scottish/Gaelic form of English Quentin, meaning fifth

Caolan

Scottish form of Irish Caelan, meaning little slender one

Ceanntighern

Head lord Scottish/Gaelic name composed of the elements ceann head and tigern lord

Christy

Irish/Scottish pet form of Christopher, meaning Christ-bearer

Cinaed

Scottish/Gaelic name, meaning born of fire This is one of the names from which Kenneth was derived.

Cionaodh

Irish form of Scottish/Gaelic Cinaed, meaning born of fire

Cliamain

Scottish/Gaelic form of Latin Clemens, meaning gentle and merciful

Coinneach

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Cainneach, meaning comely; finely made

Coiseam

Scottish/Gaelic form of Constantine, meaning steadfast

Comhnall

Scottish form of Irish/Gaelic Conall, meaning strong as a hound/wolf

Cormag

Scottish form of Irish/Gaelic Cormac, meaning son of defilement

Craig

Scottish surname transferred to forename use, itself from the name of various places named from the Gaelic element creag, meaning rock

Cuddy

Lowland Scottish pet form of Anglo-Saxon Cuthbert, meaning bright fame This name has become a byname for a donkey.

Daividh

Variant of Scottish/Gaelic Daibhidh, meaning beloved

Dallas

Meadow dwelling Scottish surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Gaelic elements dail meadow and fas dwelling

Dand

Pet form of Scottish Aindrea, meaning man; warrior

DANIEL

Davey

English and Scottish pet form of David, meaning beloved

Davie

English and Scottish pet form of David, meaning beloved

Davy

English and Scottish pet form of David, meaning beloved

DÁibhÍdh

Scottish/Gaelic form of David, meaning beloved

Deorsa

(Deòrsa): Scottish/Gaelic form of Greek Georgios, meaning earth-worker, farmer

Dermid

Variant of Scottish Diarmad, meaning freeman; without envy

Diarmad

Scottish form of Irish Diarmaid, meaning freeman; without envy

Donald

Michael D. LastName / M. Donald LastName

Dougal

Scottish form of Gaelic Dubhghall, meaning dark stranger

Dougie

English pet form of Douglas, meaning black stream

Douglas

Black stream Scottish surname transferred to forename use, derived from a place name composed of the Gaelic elements dubh black and glas stream

Drummond

Scottish habitational surname transferred to forename use, ultimately from Gaelic druim, meaning ridge

Dubhghlas

Gaelic form of Scottish Douglas, meaning black/dark stream

Duff

Nickname for Scottish Duffy, meaning black peace

Duffy

Black peace Scottish surname transferred to forename use, itself from Gaelic Mac Dhuibhshíthe son of Duibhshíth

Dugal

Variant of Scottish Dougal, meaning dark stranger

Dugald

Variant of Scottish Dougal, meaning dark stranger

Dugald

Variant of Scottish Dougal, meaning dark stranger
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