Scottish Girl Baby Names

This page concentrates on Scottish baby Boys names and their meanings. In Scotland, it is sometimes the case that they use family names as first names. In addition an abbreviation of Mc or mac (meaning son of) is sometimes used.

Scotland has a rich and unique history and this includes a number of ancient races such as the Scots, Celts and Gaels and this contriubutes to its names. In addition, in Scotland there is a tradition of we are all "Jock Tamson's bairns" meaning that we are all the same, no matter race, creed or colour and Scotland has often welcomed newcomers to its fold. After the second world war, a number of displaced european refugees settled and more recently the european union has provided a number of newcomers to the country bringing their own rich history. Some of the (native) Scottish names are derived from these ancient races and you can find more of these names on the Gaelic Girl names page.

  Scottish girls name which is simply named after the month. A practice thought to have originated in France  
  Scottish girls name whose exact origins are unclear. Thought to be a shortened version of Katharine or linked to the Gaelic Farquhar meaning friend  
  Scottish girls name which is thought to originate in the Scandinavian form of Katrine  
  Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear. Also spelled with an e at the end  
  Scottish girls name which (surprisingly) appears to have originated in Australia  
  Scottish girls name which is the shortened version of Kimberley which itself is thought to have originated from the old English name of Cyneburg  
  A follower of Christ, a Christian  
  not really a name, more of a description for a little girl  
  Scottish boys name although can also be used as a girls name and its meaning is derived from the placename meaning wood, clearing or pasture.  
  From an ancient surname. girl's spelling of name.  
  Scottish girls name from the Latin for gladness  
  Scottish girls name which is thought to origiante from the Latin for Lily  
  Used throughout Britain, this Scottish girls name is thought ot originate from the Spanish for pretty or, more unlikely, the Germanic word for serpent  
  This can be a Scottish boy or girls name (same spelling). originally a Clan surname can be used as a first name. Thought to originate from an English or Norman placename. Can also be spelled with a y (Lyndsay) or without the d  
  Scottish girls name which is simply a shortened version of Elizabeth  
  Invented by an author ( R D Blackmore) and relates to the heroine of his 1860s novel Lorna Doone. May originally be derived from a Scottish placename.  
  Scottish girls name which originates in France  
  Scottish girls name which came from the Latin Louisa which is the femine form of Louis  
  Scottish girls name which was historically used to name children born at dawn or daybreak. Originates in the Latin for light  
  From an old surname  
  Scottish girls name which is a modern (20th Century) invention. Exact origins unknown  
  alternative spelling of lyndsey, from an old surname  
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