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793 Scottish baby names



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1AbboidAbbey father.
2AbercrombieCrooked confluence
3Abernethythe mouth of the nethy river
4AbhainnRiver.
5AcaiseidAnchor.
6Accalonlover of morgan le fay
7AchaiusFriend of a horse.
8AdairVariant of Edgar: Fortunate and powerful. From the Old English name Eadgar, a compound of 'ead' meaning rich or happy, and 'gar' meaning spear. Famous bearer: 10th-century king Edgar of England; American author Edgar Allen Poe.
9AdairaFrom the oak tree ford.
10AeneasTo praise
11Aglavalbrother of percival
12AidenLittle Fire
13AilFrom the stony place.
14AilaAlternative Spelling For Ayla Or Isla
15AilbertNoble
16AileanaFrom the green meadow.
17AileenPleasant, Beautiful, The shining
18AileeneVariant of Evelyn.
19AileinFrom the green meadow.
20AilieDiminutive 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.
21AilsaFrom Ailsa Craig, a rocky islet in the Scottish Firth of Clyde. Also a Scottish variant of Else.
22AimilGaelic form of Amelia.
23AingealagAngel.
24Ainsleemy meadow
25AkirAnchor.
26AkiraVariant of Akihiko: Bright boy.
27AlaiDefender of man.
28AlasdairA Scottish Gaelic variant of Alexander from the Greek meaning defender of man.
29AlastairVariant of Alexander defender of mankind.
30AlasterGuardian
31AlbanactMythological name
32AlbionaWhite
33AlecOriginally a diminutive of Alexander, now frequently used as an independent name, Alec became very popular in the middle of the 20th century because of British actor Sir Alec Guinness.
34AleckWarrior protector
35Alisbrother of cliges
36AlisonOf noble birth
37AlistairA Scottish Gaelic variant of Alexander from the Greek meaning defender of man.
38AlistaireGuardian
39AllisterGuardian
40AlpinBlond.
41AlpinaBlond.
42AlpineFrom The Alps
43AnabalJoy.
44AndersonSon of Andrew.
45Andre`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.
46Andreasmanlike, manly, brave
47Andretking marks nephew
48AndrewManly; brave. In the Bible the first of the twelve apostles chosen was Andrew. The name comes from the Greek word andros, which means "strong, manly and courageous." Andrew is patron saint of Scotland and Russia. See also Jedrick and Kendrick.
49AndyDiminutive 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.
50Angharata love of peredur
51Anglidesmother of alexandre
52AngusUnnaturally 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.
53AniceGrace;
54Anirson of arthur
55AnnabelGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
56Annie-Macraepeace
57Antorfoster father of arthur
58AodhaganSmall flame
59ArchibaldTrue 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.
60ArchieA popular diminutive of Archibald, meaning true and bold, valuable. Famous bearers: a ventriloquist's dummy in the radio programme 'Educating Archie'; a philisophical cockroach created by American writer Don Marquis.
61ArchyDiminutive 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.
62ArganteName of a king
63ArgyleFrom the land of the Irish.
64Argyllfrom the land of the gaels
65Armstrangstrong
66ArmstrongOne with a strong arm.
67ArtairVariant of Arthur: Bear; rock.
68ArteDiminutive of Arthur: Bear; rock.
69ArtekVariant of Arthur: Bear; rock.
70ArthurFrom the Roman clan name Artorius, meaning noble, courageous. Famous bearer: Legendary sixth century King Arthur of Britain and his Round Table of knights. This legend dates to the early 9th century.
71ArtisDiminutive of Arthur: Bear; rock.
72AselmaFair
73AtholFrom a surname based on the Scottish place name Atholl, used occasionally as a first name since the late 19th century.
74AturVariant of Arthur: Bear; rock.
75Augwysbrother of lot
76Avallocfather of modron
77Avaronarthurs burial place
78Avaronaarthurs burial place
79Avilonarthurs burial place
80BacBank.
81BacstairBaker.
82BaighFrom the upper part.
83BailefourFrom the pasture land.
84BalmoralFrom the majestic village.
85BanainLittle blond one.
86BannerFlag; ensign bearer.
87BarclayThe Scottish spelling of the English surname Barkeley, meaning birch-wood or the birch tree meadow.
88BartleyThe birch tree meadow. See also Berkley.
89BatairStrong warrior.
90BealantinGaelic form of Ballantine.
91BeanBrave as a bear
92BearnardGaelic form of Bernard.
93BeathanLife
94BeattieBringer of joy; blesses.
95BedwyrLegendary son of Pedrawd.
96BeisteBeast.
97Belakanean african queen
98Bellangereson of alexandre
99Benneitblessed, gaelic form of benedict
100Bercilakthe green knight
101BethGod has sworn
102BethaLife.
103BethiaThis Hebrew name became popular in Scotland in the 17th century because of it's association with the Gaelic 'beath' meaning 'life.
104BheathainLives near the clear stream.
105BhreacSpeckled.
106BhruicBadger.
107BirkVariant of Burke: Lives in a fortress.
108BlainVariant of Blaine: Thin.
109BlaineYellow
110BlairChild of the fields.
111BlaireFeminine form of Blair: Flatland.
112BlakeDark; dark-haired. Can also mean the reverse: 'fair; pale.' Blakeman.
113BlancheflorWhite flower
114BlancheflourWhite flower
115BlaneVariant of Blaine: Thin.
116BlaneyYellow
117BlayneYellow
118Boarteson of arthur
119BofindWhite cow.
120Bohortuncle of arthur
121BoidVariant of Boyd: Blonde.
122BonniFrom the French 'bon' meaning good. In Scottish usage 'bonnie' means pretty or charming.
123BonnibelleFrom the French 'bon' meaning good. In Scottish usage 'bonnie' means pretty or charming.
124BonniePretty, charming beautiful. Derived from the Scottish dialect word bonny, meaning beautiful; which in turn is based on the Latin 'bonus' meaning good.
125BonnyPretty, charming beautiful. Derived from the Scottish dialect word bonny, meaning beautiful; which in turn is based on the Latin 'bonus' meaning good.
126Borrebear
127Borsuncle of arthur
128BothFrom the stone house.
129BowDiminutive of Bowen: Small son.
130BoydFrom the Scottish 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.
131BradachSpirited.
132BradanaSalmon.
133BradenFrom The Wide Valley
134Brandelesa knight
135Brandelisa knight
136Branora knight
137BreacSpeckled.
138Breniusa supposed king of britain
139Breusea knight
140BriceMottled;
141Briegesteem
142BrodDiminutive of Broderick: Brother.
143BroddyDiminutive of Broderick: Brother.
144BrodericBrother
145BroderickFrom the broad ridge. Derived from a surname meaning 'son of Roderick'; now occasionally used as a first name. Famous bearer: American actor Broderick Crawford.
146BrodeyVariant of Brody: Second son.
147BrodiVariant of Brody: Second son.
148BrodieVariant of Brody: Second son.
149BrodrickBrother
150BrodyFrom the muddy place. Surname.
151BroehainBroken.
152Bronnena rush
153BruceThick brush. 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.
154BryceMottled;
155Brycenson
156Brysonson
157BrystonMottled;
158BuadhachanVictorious.
159BuchananFrom the cannon's seat.
160CaciBrave
161CadhaFrom the steep place.
162Cadornephew of arthur
163CailanChild
164CaileanTriumphant in battle; triumphant in war; virile. Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'.
165CailenChild
166CailinContemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'.
167CailleachHag.
168CaillenMasculinity
169CairistionaChristian
170CaitVariant of Katherine, meaning pure.
171CajaWederoprijzen
172CalanContemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'.
173CaleyContemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'.
174CallenPowerful in battle.
175CallumPigeon
176CalumPigeon
177Camdenshapely, clean
178CamdynFrom The Valley Of The Camps
179Camelotarthurs castle
180CameronDerives 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.
181Camlannsite of arthurs last battle
182CampDiminutive of Campbell: Crooked mouth.
183CampbellDerived 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.
184CamronVariant of Cameron: Bent nose; crooked river.
185CaolabhuinnFrom the narrow river.
186CarlieFree
187CarltonPeasants' settlement. Derived from a surname and place name; based on Old English.Free men's town.
188Carolinemeans the same as guy
189CarollanVariant of Carlin: Small champion.
190CarsonSon who lives in the swamp; son of Carr.
191CatFeline
192CathPure
193CathrineForm of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
194Catrionaclean or pure
195Catterickname of a battle
196CawFull of joy
197Caydenfighter
198CaylinSlender Person
199CeitPure.
200CerinLittle dark one.
201Chaimlife, living
202ChaitFeline
203Chalmersson of the lord
204ChattanClan of the cats.
205Chrissieanointed
206Chrissyanointed
207ChristalCrystal
208Christelanointed
209ChristiFollower
210ChristieFollower
211ChristyFollower
212Chuachristian
213CiorstanChristian.
214ClachStone.
215ClarineClear;
216ClarionName of a king
217Claudlame
218CleirachScholar.
219ClunainachFrom the meadow.
220Clunesa resting-place, or meadow
221ClydeFrom the name of Scottish Clyde river.
222CnidelName of a king
223CobhanDwells by the hillside hollow.
224CoburnSurname and place name.
225ColinaFeminine form of Colin: Young dog. A translation of the Gaelic 'Cailean' Also, 'victory of the people'.
226CoraThe horned, Girl
227Coreyvirgin
228CormagRaven
229CoryFrom the round hill.
230CraigDwells at the crag. From the Celtic word meaning rock or crag.
231CraytonVariant of Creighton: Rocky town.
232CreagDwells at the Crag.
233CreightonFrom the farm by the creek.
234Crissaanointed
235Crissyanointed
236CristieAbbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ.
237CristyFollower
238CromCrooked.
239CromwellLives by the winding stream.
240CuiniQueen
241CummingFrom Comines.
242CunninghamVillage that has a milk pail.
243CusName of a king
244Dagonetarthurs fool
245Daguenetarthurs fool
246DaileassFrom the waterfall.
247DaimhOx.
248DalDiminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
249DallasDwells by the waterfall.
250DalzielFrom the little field.
251DannyGod is my judge
252DarachOak.
253DaveDiminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
254DavidDavid is a both used as a male given name and a surname, and is mostly a given name in English and French Hebrew origin. The name was derived from the Hebrew name "Dawid", which means "Darling" or "Beloved". David is often shortened to "Dave/Davey/Davie/Davy". David was the second and greatest of the kings of Israel in the 10th century BC.
255DavidaFeminine form of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
256Davidsonbeloved
257Davinabeloved
258DaviniaFeminine form of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
259Davisbeloved
260DavyDiminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
261DeirdreRaging, broken-hearted, or fear. The Deirdre of Irish and Scottish legend committed suicide after her lover's murder.
262DenholmValley island. Derived from a surname and place name. Famous bearer: British actor Denholm Elliott.
263DermidFree man
264DesmonMan from south Munster.
265DoggieDiminutive of Douglas: From the Gaelic 'dubhglas' meaning dark water, dark stream, or from the dark river.
266DoireanSullen.
267DomhnallDerived from two Celtic words meaning 'world mighty'.
268DomhnullDark stranger.
269DomhnullaRules all.
270DonA diminutive of Donald, meaning world mighty, or Donovan, meaning dark brown. Frequently used as a name on its own.Abbreviation of any name beginning with Don-. In mythology the Irish Donn was known as king of the underworld.
271DonaldoVariant of Donald: Great cheif, world mighty. From the Gaelic Domhnall. The name Donald has been borne by a number of early Scottish kings. Famous Bearers: Billionaire Donald Trump; actor Donald Sutherland.
272DonelAll ruler.
273DonellVariant of Donald 'great chief.'.
274DonnachadhBrown warrior.
275Donnebrown
276Donnellworld
277Donnieworld
278DonnyDiminutive of Donald: From the Gaelic Domhnall, meaning world mighty. Also a form of Donn. In mythology the Irish Donn was known as king of the underworld.
279DougglasProbably derived from Gaelic as dark water means
280DougieDiminutive of Douglas: Dark water. In the seventeenth century, this name was as popular for girls as for boys.
281DouglasFrom the Gaelic 'dubhglas' meaning dark water, dark stream, or from the dark river. The Scottish Douglas clan had two historical branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) The lords of these clans figure in Sir Walter Scott's novels.
282DouglassFrom the dark river. The Scottish Douglas clan had two historical branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) The lords of these clans figure in Sir Walter Scott's novels.
283DrewDiminutive 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.
284Dristanan advisor to arthur
285DrummondLives on the hill top.
286DrystanSaber rattling, Sad / sad, Noisy, worker
287DuffDark skinned.
288DugalVariant of Dougal: Dark-skinned stranger.
289Duglasdark stranger
290DuncanFrom the Irish name Donnchadh, meaning brown warrior. Famous bearer: The Scottish king Duncan I was murdered by Macbeth in 1040.
291DuneDiminutive of Duncan: Brown-skinned soldier.
292DunlopMuddy hill.
293EaFire
294EaluvigRuler of the home.
295EarFrom the east.
296EaraFrom the east.
297Ectorfather of arthur
298EdinaWealthy guardian
299EdineWealthy guardian
300EdmeProsperous
301EdomAn alternative name of the Old Testament character Esau. Variant of Adam : Red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth of Eden from which the Old Testament Adam was created in Genesis 2.
302Eihhlintorch, the radiant
303Eilidhtorch, the radiant
304EiricRuler.
305Ektorfather of arthur
306Elaynemother of lancelot
307ElliotGod on high; my God is Jehovah. From a surname derived from a medieval abbreviation of the Greek Elias. Variant of Elijah.
308ElsbethGod has sworn
309ElsieGod has sworn
310EnanOf Unknown Meaning
311Enidevariant of Enid
312Enitefaithful or abused wife
313EppieDiminutive of Euphemia: A popular Scottish name taken from the Greek, meaning auspicious speech or good repute.
314EriennePoetic name for Ireland.
315ErinnPoetic name for Ireland.
316ErinnaPoetic name for Ireland.
317ErinnePoetic name for Ireland.
318Errolshapely, clean
319ErrollEarl; nobleman.
320ErskinaFrom the top of the cliff.
321ErskineFrom the top of the cliff 'Ascending.'.
322ErvinPerson From Irvine, Scotland
323ErvingVariant of Ervin: Beautiful.
324ErvynVariant of Ervin: Beautiful.
325ErynPoetic name for Ireland.
326Escanorknight slain by gawain
327EuanPossibly a variant of John.
328EudardVariant of Eideard: Rich protector.
329EuenVariant of Ewan: Youth.
330EuphemiaReputed
331Evanthe archer
332EvanderGood man.
333EvannaFeminine of Evan: Young fighter.
334EvinaRight handed.
335Ewanthe archer
336Faganjoyful
337FangFrom the sheep pen.
338FarlaneSon of the furrows.
339FearcharDear one.
340FearchariaDear
341FenellaWhite shoulder. From 'Fionnghuala' or 'Fionnuala'.
342FergusMasculinity
343FerrisVariant of Fergus: Best choice.
344FiaWisdom
345FibhFrom Fifeshire.
346FieWisdom
347FingalVariant of Fingall: Fair-haired stranger.
348FingallFair-haired stranger.
349FinlayFair
350FionaWhite or fair. Reportedly first used as a name by Scottish author William Sharp, who used the pseudonym Fiona MacLeod.
351FionnghallFair stranger
352FletcherMaker of arrows. Often used as a surname, less commonly a given name. Famous bearer: Fletcher Christian was a mutineer on the infamous ship 'Bounty'.
353ForbesWealthy or stubborn.
354ForbiaHeadstrong.
355Frasershapely, clean
356Frasiershapely, clean
357FrazerFrom a Scottish surname based on a French place name. Famous bearer: British actor Frazer Hines.
358Fraziershapely, clean
359Frollokilled by arthur
360Gaherissons of lot
361GairShort.
362GairaShort.
363Gaispercivals grandfather
364Galerona knight
365GaliëneName from the medieval romance "Ferguut. Here as a first name found.
366GallowayOf the strange Gauls.
367GalwayOf the strange Gauls.
368GalynTranquil.
369GannieFair skinned.
370GaraMastiff.
371Garabishort
372GaredVariant of Garret from Gerald 'rules by the spear.'.
373Gauvaineldest son of lot
374GavanHawk of the battle: white hawk. From the medieval name Gawain. See also Gwayne.
375GavenWhite hawk.
376GavinA Scottish derivative of the Old German name Gawin, meaning 'district of land'. Also a variant of the Scottish name Gawain, meaning little hawk or white hawk.
377GavynHawk of the battle: white hawk. From the medieval name Gawain. See also Gwayne.
378GawainFrom the Welsh words for little or white hawk. Hawk of the battle.
379GeordiEarth
380GibDerived from the name Gilbride
381GilDerived from the name Gilbride
382GilbartaPledge.
383GilbertBright pledge. From the Old German name Gisilbert. Famous bearer: Twelfth century British St. Gilbert founded the Gilbertine order, Sir W. S. Gilbert was half of the musical composing team Gilbert and Sullivan.
384GilbertaFeminine form of Gilbert: Derived from the name Gilbride, meaning 'servant of St. Bridget'.
385GilbertineFeminine form of Gilbert: Derived from the name Gilbride, meaning 'servant of St. Bridget'.
386GilleDownstairs gehaard, The youthful or dedicated to jupiter
387GilmerServant to the Virgin Mary
388GilmoreServant to the Virgin Mary
389Glaispercivals grandfather
390GleannFrom the glen.
391GlendaleValley.
392GlendonFrom the dark glen.
393GlenneValley. From the glen.
394GlynnesFrom the glen. Valley.
395Gordanworthy
396GordanaHeroic.
397GordonFrom the marshes. A surname and given name adopted from a Scottish place name. One of Scotland's great clans.
398GraemeThis Scottish surname is a variant of the Lincolnshire place name Grantham, meaning Grant's homestead, or farm home, and is also a common given name. Famous bearer: British writer Graham Greene.
399GrahamThis Scottish surname is a variant of the Lincolnshire place name Grantham, meaning Grant's homestead, and is also a common given name. Famous bearer: British writer Graham Greene.
400GrantOriginally a Scottish surname derived from the French 'grand', meaning tall or great. Now common both as a surname and given name. Famous bearer: American President Ulysses S. Grant.
401GregorA variant of Gregory, meaning 'on the watch', which gave rise to the name McGregor.
402Grierwatchful, vigilant
403Grigorireturns excalibur to the lake
404Gringaletgawains horse
405Grisandolea princess who dresses as a man
406GrizelVariant of Griselda: From the Old German, meaning 'grey battle' or 'Christian battle'.
407Guanhumoraarthurs queen
408GunnWhite
409HamiltonA Scottish surname and place name of one of the great noble families of Scotland, and used as a given name since the 19th century.
410HamishOccupier
411HayFrom the stockade.
412HayeFrom the stockade.
413HeckPossessor
414Hellekinfrench lover of morgan le fay
415Helsinmother of lancelot
416Hendersonson
417Hensonruler King
418Hewieheart and mind
419Hoelfather of isolde
420HoustonFrom Hugh's town. Place-name and surname. American West Texan general Sam Houston. A city in Texas USA.
421Iaganthe little fiery one
422IainGod is with us
423IanYahweh is gracious
424Ian
425Ibliswife of lancelot
426Igernemother of arthur
427InnesFrom the river island.
428IomarArcher.
429Ionaviolet
430IrvinVariant of Ervin: Beautiful.
431IrvineVariant of Ervin: Beautiful.
432IrvingFrom the City. Friend, as a variant of Irvin.
433IsaGod has sworn, or ice / iron
434IshbelVariant of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth.
435IslaVariant of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth.
436IslayIsle of Islay, Scotland
437IsobailDevoted to God.
438IsobelGod has sworn
439IverLord
440Jackiehe heel grip
441JacksonGod has been gracious; has shown favor. Based on John or Jacques.
442Jackyhe heel grip
443JacobaVariant of Jacobina: Supplanter. Feminine version of the name Jacob, used occasionally in Scotland.
444JacobinaHe grabbed the heel, He will protect
445Jaimehe heel grip
446JaimeeOccupier
447JaimelynnPet form of James used as a woman's name.
448JaimieOccupier
449JainaYahweh is gracious
450Jameyhe heel grip
451JamiOccupier
452JamiaPet form of James used as a woman's name.
453Jamiehe heel grip
454JamieleePet form of James used as a woman's name.
455JamiesonOccupier
456JamilynPet form of James used as a woman's name.
457JamisonOccupier
458JanGod is merciful
459JanetGod is gracious
460JanettaGod is gracious
461JannetVariant of Jane; from the French Jeanette.
462JannethVariant of Jane; from the French Jeanette.
463JaymeeOccupier
464JaymiePet form of James used as a woman's name.
465JeanYahweh is gracious
466JeanetteGod is gracious
467JeanieGod is with us
468JeanneYahweh is gracious
469JeannetteGod is gracious
470JeannieGod is with us
471Jenfruitful
472JessDiminutive of Jessie: A diminutive of Janet. Also a diminutive of Jessamine or Jessical.
473JessieYahweh is
474JockGod is gracious. A diminutive of John and influenced by Jack. Today, Jock is commonly used as a nickname for someone who is heavily involved in sports and has been used in the past as a nickname for a Scot or as a slang term for a Scottish soldier.
475JohnsonGod is with us
476JohnstonFrom John's farm.
477Kadeifrom the wetlands
478Kaikeyholder
479KaïneTribute.
480KamdenWinding Valley. Form of Camden.
481Kamdynvalley
482KameronModern variant of Cameron used for girls.
483KayleighVariant of Kay and Kayla. Keeper of the keys; pure.
484Kaynaa saints name
485Kearthurs brother
486KeilanSlender; fair.
487KeinAncient
488KeiteForest
489Keithforest, forest
490KeldenSlender; fair.
491KelleSlender; fair.
492KellerLittle champion.
493KellieVariant of Kelly: Wood. Surname and place name that has only been used as a first name (either gender) in the latter half of the 20th century.
494Kellinastrong willed, caring and loving good charm
495KellyWar. Lively. Aggressive. An Irish surname that has only been used as a first name (either gender) in the latter half of the 20th century.
496KelsoFrom Kelso
497KendricRoyal chieftain. Jehovah has remembered. Surname.
498KendrixRoyal chieftain. Surname.
499KeninaHandsome, ardent
500KennanAbbreviation of names beginning with 'Ken-'.
501KennedyVariant of Cinneidid: Helmeted; helmed head.
502KennerBrave chieftain.
503KennethHandsome. Root of the surname MacKenzie. Famous Bearer: Kenneth Grahame (1859- 1932), author of The Wind in the Willows.
504KenneyAbbreviation of Kenneth. Surname.
505KennisBeautiful
506KennonAbbreviation of Kenneth. Surname.
507KennyDiminutive of Kenneth: Handsome.
508KenrickRoyal ruler. Chief hero. Used more commonly as a surname.
509Kenwynthe name of a saint
510KenzieHandsome
511KenzyThe fair one. Abbreviation of McKenzie.
512Kerensalove
513KeriamDark haired.
514KerwenLittle black one.
515KeyThe horned
516KinFrom the top of the cliff.
517Kincaidlead warrior
518KinnyThe horned
519KirklandChurch.
520KirsteenDesignated, follower of Christ
521KirstenThe anointed
522KirstieFollower
523KirstinThe anointed
524KirstyThe anointed
525Kohdehelper
526KylianneFeminine of Kyle.
527Labhrainnthe award-winning
528LachlanWarrior
529LainieServes John.
530LairMare.
531LairdLord.
532Lairecheerful
533Lamorakbrother of percival
534Lamornaa placename
535LarenServes Lawrence.
536LarenaVariant of Loraine, meaning from Lorraine.
537LariaServes Lawrence.
538Lauchlanfrom the land of the lochs
539Laudegrancefather of guinevere
540Laudinethe award-winning
541LauraineVariant of Lorraine: From Lorraine. From Lotharingia. From Lothair's Kingdom. Lothair was a ruler of the region during the 9th century.
542LaurieA diminutive of Laurence: from the place of the laurel leaves. Famous Bearer: Laurie Lee, author of Cider with Rosie (1959).
543LausanneLake Geneva
544LawlerOne who mumbles.
545LeanStrong and brave as a lion
546LeanaDerived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light;beautiful woman); variant of Liana: (youthful;bond).
547Leanelion, hard
548LeannanLittle cloak.
549LeathanRiver.
550LeithMeadow.
551LennoxSurname and clan name. Lennox; a Scottish nobleman; appears in Shakespeare's Macbeth.
552Leodegrauncefather of guinevere
553LesDiminutive of Leslie: Scottish surname and place name. From Leslie.
554LesleeDerived from name of a prominent Scottish clan 'Leslie.
555LesleyScottish surname and place name.
556LeslieScottish surname and place name. From Leslie.
557Lidoinedaughter of cavalon
558Liliaswater lily
559LindsayFrom the island of the lime tree. Although in the past, Lindsay was a common boys' name, today it is used more often for girls.
560LindseyVariant of Lindsay: From the island of the lime tree. Although in the past, Lindsay was a common boys' name, today it is used more often for girls.
561LinseyA lake; a place of linden trees.
562LinziLincoln's marsh
563LioslaithDwells at the gray fortress.
564LivingstoneLeofwine's settlement
565LluddFrom London.
566Locha lake
567LochellenFrom Ellen's Lake
568LoganFinnian's servant.
569LogenLow meadow.
570LoghanFrom the hollow.
571LohengrinFrom French `Garin Garin le Loherain from Lorraine. Name of the hero of an Old High German epic of the 13th century, best known for the eponymous opera by Wagner (1848). Lohengrin was the son of Parsifal, a knight of the Grail Kelt. novels.
572LonnFierce.
573LornVariant of Lorne: The name of an early Scottish chieftain and a place name. Famous Bearer: Canadian actor Lorne Green (1959-1971).
574LorneFox
575Lowennajoyful
576Ludoglorious war hero
577Ludovicglorious war hero
578Lueiusa roman emperor
579LyallSurname meaning loyal.
580LydellA surname often used as a given name.
581LyelSurname meaning loyal.
582LyndseyA lake; a place of linden trees.
583LynseyVariant of Lindsay: From the island of the lime tree. Although in the past, Lindsay was a common boys' name, today it is used more often for girls.
584Lyonetsister of lyones
585Lyonorsmother of boore
586Macson
587Mac-Abhairdson of baird
588Mac-An-Abason of the father or abbott
589Mac-An-Bharainson of the noble warrior
590Mac-Artuirson of arthur
591Mac-Bhriainson of the strong
592MackSon of.
593Mackennachild of the handsome one
594MackenzieHandsome
595Madoraccuser of guinevere
596MaggieAbbreviation of Margaret. A pearl.
597Maighreadornament
598Mairashapely, clean
599MairghreadPearl.
600Mairishapely, clean
601MaisieDiminutive of Mary: Wished-for child; rebellion; bitter. Famous Bearers: the Virgin Mary; Mary Magdalene; Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-87).
602MalcolmMacbeth
603MalcomSt. Columb's disciple.
604Maneetchild with a good heart
605Mannislarge
606MaolminPolished chief.
607Margawsemother of gawain
608Marroka knight thought to be a werewolf
609MarsaliPearl.
610Marvenefrom the name marvin
611MathBear.
612Mathegift of Yahweh
613MathesonBear's son.
614MaxwellMagnus' spring. Mac's well. Surname and place name.
615MayoLives near the yew trees.
616MckenzieSon Of The Handsome One
617Meckenziedaughter of the wise leader
618MeeganSoft; gentle.
619MelvilleA Scottish surname based on a French place name.
620Melwynas fair as honey
621Melyonson of mordred
622Meribeththe most prettiest
623Mhairithe embittered
624MichealThat
625Minasthe great one
626MitchWho is like God
627MitchelWho is like God
628MitchellWho is like God
629MoiraVariant of Mary: Wished-for child; rebellion; bitter.
630Moiremarjoram (herb). Also known as Marjoram Herb Sausage or
631MoncreiffeFrom the hill of the sacred bough.
632Monnabeloved
633MonroMouth of the river Rotha, in Ireland
634MonroeMouth of the river Rotha, in Ireland
635MontgomeryMountain belonging to the ruler. Surname of numerous English and Scottish earls.
636MorayVariant of Murray: Sea. A Scottish surname and place name.
637Morcadessister of arthur
638MordagSea warrior
639MordrainName of a king
640Moroldprince killed by tristan
641MorrisonDark-skinned. A Moor. Form of Maurice.
642Morvafrom a placename
643MorvanPale.
644MorvinPale.
645MufidyMan of the sea.
646MuiraFrom the moor.
647MuirfinnDweIls near the beautiful sea.
648MunganGaelic form of Mungo.
649MunroMouth of the river Rotha, in Ireland
650MurdoSea
651MurdocProtector of the sea.
652MurdochSea
653MurdockSea
654MysieVariant of Maisie: Scottish Diminutive form of Margaret: Pearl, child of light.
655NabAbbot.
656NachtonPure
657Nairnthe dweller by the alder tree
658Nairnedwells at the alder tree river
659NajibDistinguished
660NathairaSnake.
661NatharaSnake.
662NathraicheanSnake.
663Neakailvictorious people
664NeilanChampion Form of Neil.
665NeilinaCloud champion
666NeillChampion Form of Neil.
667NessFrom the headland.
668NessieDiminutive of Agnes: pure; chaste. Nessie is also the nickname given to the fabled Loch Ness monster.
669NevinsWorships the saints.
670NiallVariant of Neill: Champion. A dynasty of Irish kings was founded by Niall of the Nine Hostages.
671NicolConqueror of the people
672Nimuéthe lady of the lake
673NorrisCaretaker; nurse. Most often found as a surname.
674NorvalFrom the north valley.
675OdarUnknown
676OdaraUnknown
677OgilvieFrom the high peak.
678OisinLittle
679Orguelleusean arrogant lady
680OwainVariant of Ewen: Variant of Eoghan or Eugene.
681PadruigPatrician, noble, noble
682Pantfather of lancelot
683ParlanSon Of The Plough
684Parzifalhero of several arthurian stories
685PatonFrom the warrior's town.
686PaytonPatrician; noble. Form of Patrick.
687Pelleasa fisher king
688Pellesa fisher king
689PellinoreName of a king
690QuarryProud
691Quinnthe fifth
692RaeDiminutive of Rachel: Ewe. Rachel was the second and favoured wife of Jacob in the Old Testament.
693RaghnaidFight consultant
694RaibeartGaelic form of Robert.
695RamsayWild garlic; from Ram's island.
696RamseyVariant of Ramsay: Wild garlic; from Ram's island.
697RamziRam's island.
698RanaldGuides, ruler, Mighty mighty
699RaoghnailtLamb
700RayDiminutive of Raymond: Counsel; mighty protection; guards wisely.
701ReadeRed
702ReedRed;
703ReidRed
704RhonaVariant of Rhonwen: Fair lance; fair, slender. Welsh form of Rowena: white-haired.
705Rianevariant of Rianna, Rianne
706RioghbhardanRoyal bard.
707Rob RoyRed Rob.
708RobertRobert is a masculine given name and surname. It is a Germanic name, from Old High German Hrodebert which means "bright with glory". Hruod means "fame, glory". Berht means "bright".
709RobertsonSon of Robert 'Famed; bright; shining.' Surname.
710Robinabeautifully by fame
711RodinaFamous, powerful ruler
712RodrickFamous
713Rongood ruler
714RonaldGuides, ruler
715RonaldaGuides, ruler, Mighty mighty
716RonnetteGuides, ruler, Mighty mighty
717Ronniegood ruler
718RorieRed king
719RosDiminutive of Rosamund: Noted protector; horse protector. Also a diminutive of Rosalind: compound of 'horse' and 'snake'; or beautiful, pretty rose.
720RoseRose (flower name).
721Rosenthe flower rose
722RossPromontory. From the peninsula. A Scottish place name and surname.
723RossiterRed. Surname.
724RosslynFeminine form of Ross: Promontory. From the peninsula. A Scottish place name and surname.
725RoyKing; regal.
726RoyalRye hill. Royal.
727RuaridhRed king
728Ryannevariant of Rianna, Rianne
729ScotFrom Scotland; a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
730ScottFrom Scotland; a Gael. Surname.
731ScottieFrom Scotland; a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
732ScottyFrom Scotland; a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
733SengaBackward spelling of Agnes: pure; chaste.
734Shalottland of astolet
735ShawCopse; from the shady grove.
736SheenaGod is with us
737ShenaVariant of Sine: Scottish Gaelic form of Jane: God is gracious.
738ShonGod is gracious
739Sigunepercivals cousin
740SileasYouthful.
741SilisGaelic form of Sheila.
742SimTo hear, to be heard or reputation.
743SimaTo hear, to be heard or reputation.
744SinclairBright; clear. From Saint Clair sur Elle. Famous Bearer: writer Sinclair Lewis (1885-1951).
745SineGod is with us
746SkenaFrom Skene.
747SlavenMountain.
748SlavinMountain.
749SlevinMountain
750Sloanfighter
751Stewguardian
752Stewartguardian
753StirlingOf high quality; pure. Also variant of a name given pre-medieval refiners of silver meaning 'easterner'. Surname.
754StruanStream.
755StuartSteward. Stuart and Stewart are clan names of the royal house of Scotland; Stuart is the family name of many kings of England. Surname.
756TaffyDiminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
757TaggartSon of a prelate.
758Tamnaisthe twins
759TamsinTwin
760TaraWhere the kings met. Also Tara's Halls, where ancient Bards sang deeds of Irish heroes. The ruins of the Halls are on the hill of Tara, meaning crag or tower.
761TavinVariant of the word 'teeve' meaning hillside.
762TavioVariant of the word 'teeve' meaning hillside.
763TavisVariant of the word 'teeve' meaning hillside.
764Tegena pretty little thing
765Tevanature
766TevinVariant of the word 'teeve' meaning hillside.
767ThaneAnglo-Saxon and Scottish feudal lords' title. Shakespeare's Macbeth was Thane of Cawdor.
768TioboidBold.
769TiraVillage
770ToddFox. Tod is a Scottish nickname meaning a clever or wily person.
771Toranshapely, clean
772Torenshapely, clean
773ToreyFrom the craggy hills.
774TorinVariant of Torrence 'From the craggy hills.' Tor is a name for a craggy hilltop and also may refer to a watchtower.
775TorquilThor's helmet
776TorreeDerived from Victoria 'triumphant.
777TorrieDerived from Victoria: triumphant.
778TorryFrom the craggy hills.
779ToryFrom the craggy hills. Surname based on Tor; Torrence or Tower.
780UriensName of a king
781Ursellfrom the bottom of the hill
782Utherarthurs father
783VikaFrom the creek.
784Vojinprotector, soldier, peace maker
785Vyvyanfrom an old surname
786WalDiminutive of Walter: Rules the people; powerful ruler. Famous Bearers: explorer Sir Walter Raleigh (1554-1618) and U.S. actor Walter Matthau.
787WallaceWelshman; stranger. Famous Bearer: Scottish hero Sir William Wallace (executed in 1305).Welshman; stranger.
788WallisFeminine form of Wallace: Welshman; stranger. Famous Bearer: Scottish hero Sir William Wallace (executed in 1305).'Welshman; stranger.
789WallyWally, who Zweiflerin
790WyndaFrom the narrow passage.
791Ygrainemother of arthur
792Ysbaddadena giant
793Ysoldelover of tristan

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