This is a collection of pages which shows individual baby names sorted into country names and then sorted into strict alphabetical order. You can search for baby names from countries such as Scotland, Ireland and Gaelic names from this page. This page concentrates on Scottish baby Girls names and their meanings. Of course they are mainly first names but there are some Scotland family or Scottish surnames also. Consider also Scottish Girl Gaelic names which are very traditional names of old
This page looks at a wide variety of names from the popular to the less well known. This page list the Scottish Girls names alphabetically but there are many other ways to use the site. You can You can use the menu to the left to select what country you wish and whether it is boys or girls names you require. You can also use the site to search for different names using a wide variety of search terms by using the search page.
Scottish girls name from the old Norse meaning God consecrated. Only really popular in Shetland Islands
Scottish girls name thought to origiante from the Greek Pamphilus meaning beloved of all
Scottish girls name which is the feminine form of Patrick. Often shortened to Trish, Pat or Tricia
Scottish girls name which is the normal feminine version of Paul. Also Paula, Pauleen and Paulette
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear. Believed to be related to Margaret which means pearl
Scottish girls name which is often used as a shortened version of Margaret
Scottish girls name from the Greek for I am loved
Scottish girls name from the Greek for "leafy"
Scottish girls name which if the Hebrew is taken literally means "ewe". However, more commonly felt to mean "gentleness"
Scottish girls name which originates from a Biblical name. Often shortened to Beccy or Becca
Scottish girls name which originates in the Greek word for Rose
Scottish girls name which is quite modern (20th Century). Origins are unclear but is believed to be after a placename
Scottish girls name which is perhaps far more common in Wales. Adopted in Scotland perhaps due to famous actresses and sports stars of the 1940's - 1960's
Scottish girls name which is the usual feminine variation of the male Robert
Scottish girls name from Old German meanign horse serpent. This actually isn't as bad as it appears as the serpent was symbolic of wisdom and the horse being worshipped as a god by some
Scottish girls name which is likely to be either a shortened version of Rosalind or simply named after the flower
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear but is believed to be linked to rememberance (as is the flower)
Scottish girls name whose origins are uncertain. Certainly used by authors in the 19th Century
Scottish girls name originating from the Biblical name
Scottish girls name whose origins remain unclear (and perhaps a little unsavoury). Certainly used as a slave name since before 1864 but may also have been a female version of Samuel
Scottish girls name which is the shortened version of Alexandra
Scottish girls name originating in the Hebrew for princess
The slender one
Scottish girls name whose origins appear to differ depending on who you listen to. It is certainly a placename from Western Palestine although an immediate connection isn't apparent. It also appears in the Bible
Scottish girls name which appears to be a relatively recent invention. The usual anglisicised spelling of the Gaelic name Sine
Scottish girls name which appears to have been a phonetic invention of the Irish Sile and English Cecilia
Scottish girls name which appears to have originated in a Charlotte Bronte novel. Made popular by the American actress Shirley Temple
God is gracious
Scottish girls name which is a traditional name in the Shetland Isles originating in Scandinavian meaning "new victory"
Scottish girls name thought to originate in the Russian form of Sophia
Scottish girls name taken from the Greek for "wisdom"