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 Boys names and their meanings. Of course they are mainly first names or Christian names as they are known in some countries, but their are some Scotland family or Scottish surnames also.
The history of Scotland also includes many different races known as the Scots, Celts and gaels. Some of the Scottish names are derived from these ancient races and you can find more of these names on the Gaelic Boys names page. In addition, 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.
see Ewan. Possibly meaning born of the Yew tree
Possibly meaning born of the Yew tree
The dear one (normally a surname)
Scottish boys name although perhaps more common in Ireland. From the Gaelic for supreme choice
The fair stranger
The fair warrior
Scottish boys name from the Latin for a Frenchman (strangely !)
Scottish boys name which "began life" as a French placename who meaning is unknown.
Scottish boys name of Germanic origin, meaning a combination of peace and ruler
Scottish boys name thought to originate from the American Actor Gary Cooper. Sometimes spelled with two R's in deference to the Scottish river and glen.
Scottish boys name whose origins are lost in the mists of time. Certainly used by the Dunbar families of Glasgow in the time of James V's reign and the Archbishop of Aberdeen in the early 16th century
Scottish boys name which comes from the Germanic word for peace.
Scottish boys name from the Greek for farmer or husbandman
Scottish boys name of Germanic origin meaning a combination of spear and rule
Scottish boys name which derives from a French version of Gerald
Scottish boys name from Germanic roots meaning pledge and bright
More commonly a Scottish surname it has been used as a first name and quite simply means a servant of Christ
Scottish boys name pronounced with a hard G (as in Gave) from the Gaelic servant of St John
Scottish boys name from the Germanic (or more likely) Norse for God's peace
Scottish boys name which is origianlly a Clan name now used as a first name. Various spellingsalso include Graeme and Grahame
Scottish boys name,which despite being used since at least 1263 in Scotland, its origins are lost in the mists of time.
Scottish boys name originating in the Greek word for watchful
More common as a surname this Gaelic Scots boys name is of uncertain origin or meaning but believed to be realted to either "war hero" or "breeze"
A long established Scottish boys name which has fallen from favour. Original meaning unclear but thought to originate in the Italian Guido
Scottish boys name, originally a surname thought by some to be derived from "halberd" which is a long shafted axe, whereas others believe it is simply a mispronounciation of Albert
Scottish boys name originally a surname and probably mean't "scarred hill".
Scottish form of James. The supplanter
Scottish boys name originating in old Norse meaning army and power rule
Scottish boys name origianting in Greek for prop or stay
Scottish boys name originating in the Germanic for house and ruler.