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Cathal
A Scottish boys name which derives from Celtic meaning a battle mighty.
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Catherine
Scottish girls name of no real known origin. It has become associated with the Greek word for pure. Variety of spellings Catharine, Kathryn, Katherine to name but a few
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Catriona
This is the Gaelic form of Catherine.
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Cecilia
A Scottish girls name, rarely used today. From the male version Cecil which comes from the Latin word for blind.
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Cedric
Rarely used Scottish boys name, coming from a character in Sir Walter Scott's novel Ivanhoe.
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Charles
Scottish boys name coming from the Germanic equivalent of Andrew meaning manly or a man
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Tearlach
Gaelic boys name meaning well shaped.
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Charlotte
A Scottish girls name which is the feminine version of Charles.
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Chrisselle
A Scottish girls name used mainly on the Islands especially Lewis. A mixture/blend of the two names Christina and Isabella
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Christine
Scottish girls name which has many derivatives. Usually Christina, Kirsteen, Kirsty, Tina to name but a few.
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Cairistiona
Gaelic girls name being the female version of Christian
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Christopher
Scottish boys name meaning the one who carries Christ
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Gille Criosd
Gaelic boys name which is the Gaelic version of Christopher
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Claire
A very popular Scottish girls name with its roots in both Latin and French. Meaning is clear or bright.
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Clark
A Scottish boys name which is also a popular surname in Scotland. Original meaning was clergyman or scholar
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Clementine
Scottish girls name with its roots in Latin for mild or merciful
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Clyde
A rarely used Scottish boys name which is in fact a River which flows through Glasgow. Has unfortunate connotations due to its use by slave plantation owners
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Cailean
A Gaelic boys name which has been converted into Colin
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Cornelius
A rarely used Scottish boys name with its roots in an obscure Roman clan name
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Cosmo
A Scottish boys name linked to Greek origins meaning ordered system.
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Craig
A Scottish boys name derived from Crag or cliff
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Crawford
A Scottish boys name which is also a Lanarkshire place name. Originally thought to mean a ford where crows gather
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Crighton
A Scottish boys name which is more common as a surname
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Cuthbert
A Scottish boys name, very popular in the Lothian Region
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Cyril
A Scottish boys name now much more common in the neighbouring England. Derives from a Greek word for Lord
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Daniel
Scottish boys name but also extensively used in Ireland. Comes from the Hebrew for God has judged
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Daniel
Irish boys name but also extensively used in Scotland. Comes from the Hebrew for God has judged
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Danielle
Scottish girls name which is the feminine form of Daniel
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Darren
Scottish boys name of obscure origin.
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David
Scottish boys name from the Hebrew for beloved.
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Dabhaidh
Gaelic boys name which is the Gaelic version of David
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Dawn
Rarely used Scottish girls name which was popular in the 1950's and 1960's
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Deborah
Scottish girls name from the Hebrew for a bee. Shortened versions are Debbie or Debra
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Denholm
A Scottish surname which is sometimes used as a Christian or first name. It is also the name of a town in Roxburghshire
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Denis
Scottish boys name originating in Greek and Latin from the name Dionysus or lame god. Although not a strange name it has, to some degree, fallen from fashion.
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Denise
Scottish girls name which is the feminine form of Denis.
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Derek
Scottish boys name thought to originate in Dutch (Diederick) or the German Dietrich. Consists of a combination of meanings of people and ruler
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Diana
Scottish girls name originating from Roman and Greek gods. Tends to be very cyclical in popularity.
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Diarmid
Scottish boys name which is perhaps more popularly used in Ireland. Originating in Celtic legend he was the Celtic version of Achilles
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Domhnall
Gaelic boys name which is a version of Donald meaning, world mighty
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Donald
Scottish boys name which is a version of the Gaelic Domhnall meaning, world mighty
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Doreen
Scottish girls name which is often though to mean sullen
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Dorothy
Scottish girls name from the Greek meaning gift of God
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Diorbhail
Gaelic version of the Scottish girls name Dorothy
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Drummond
Scottish boys name which is more often a surname than Christian name. It is a well known clan name in Scotland.
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Dughall
Gaelic boys name originally used to describe the Danes as dark strangers. More common version is the Scottish Dugald or Dougal
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Dugald
Scottish boys name originating from Ireland and describing the visiting (and not in a good way!) Danes
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Eachann
Gaelic boys name meaning horse lord
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Edgar
More often associated with English names this is the name of a Scottish King who reigned from 1097 to 1107
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Edith
Scottish girls name originating in old English. Means happy, rich and (strangely) war.
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Edna
Scottish girls name which is now rarely used.
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Edward
Scottish boys name which is more common in England. Originates in Old English and means a combination of rich, happy and guardian
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Eideard
Gaelic boys name which means rich and happy
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Edwin
Another Scottish boys name which is more commonly used in England. Composed of elements meaning rich and friend
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Edwina
Scottish girls name which is the feminine version of Edwin. Sometimes spelled Edweena
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Eileen
Scottish girls name whose origin is unclear. Thought to originate from Helen or Evelyn
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Elaine
Scottish girls name originating from the Greek name Helen.
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Eleanor
Scottish girls name which is a form of Helen. Can also be spelled Elinor, Elenor, Lenore
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Elizabeth
Scottish girls name from the Hebrew God is perfection. Although declining slightly in popularity, it is still a very commonly used name.
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Ealasaid
Gaelic girls name from the Hebrew for (my) God is perfection
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Uisdean
Gaelic name regarded as a version of Hugh. Although this is not strictly true as Hugh is a Germanic name meaning heart and mind.
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Aodh
Gaelic name regarded as a version of Hugh. Although this is not strictly true as Hugh is a Germanic name meaning heart and mind.
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Eoghan
Gaelic name regarded as a version of Hugh. Although this is not strictly true as Hugh is a Germanic name meaning heart and mind.
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Ellen
Scottish girls name which in reality is more of an abbreviation of Helen. Rarely used nowadays
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Elliot
Scottish boys name which is derived from an old Borders (Geographic area of Scotland) surname
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Elma
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear, but probably from Wilhelmina
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Elsa
Scottish girls name which is really a shortened version of Elizabeth
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Elsie
Scottish girls name which is another shortened version of Elizabeth.
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Elspeth
Scottish girls name which is a shortened version of Elizabeth. Often a variant Elspet or Elspie is also used.
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Emily
Scottish girls name which is derived from a Roman Clan name (Aemilius)
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Oighrig
Gaelic girls name which in Scots is Euphemia
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Eubha
Gaelic girls name though to originate from the Hebrew for lively or full of life
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Eva
Scottish girls name though to originate from the Hebrew for lively or full of life
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Evelyn
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear emanating from either the Old French Aveline (hazel nut) or from the Irish Avelina
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Fenella
Scottish girls name from the Gaelic for white shoulder
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Fionnghal
Gaelic girls name meaning white shoulder
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Fergus
Scottish boys name although perhaps more common in Ireland. From the Gaelic for supreme choice
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Fearghas
Gaelic boys name meaning supreme choice with origins believed to be Celtic
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Flora
Scottish girls name from the latin for flowers.
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Florence
Scottish girls name originating in the Latin for flourishing
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Frances
Scottish girls name (not to be confused with the male spelling FrancIs) whose origins are unclear
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Francis
Scottish boys name from the Latin for a Frenchman (strangely !)
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Freda
Scottish girls name which is a shortened version of Winifred
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Fraser
Scottish boys name which "began life" as a French placename who meaning is unknown.
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Friseal
Gaelic boys name whose origins are unclear but thought to originate from a French placename similar to the Scottish boys name Fraser
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Frederick
Scottish boys name of Germanic origin, meaning a combination of peace and ruler
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Freya
Scottish girls name which was popular in the Shetland Islands and means female ruler, mistress. Believed to originate in old Norse which due to the Shetlands islands proximity to Norway is a likely source.
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Gail
Scottish girls name which is a shortened version of Abigail which in turn comes from Hebrew meaning "father rejoiced"
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Gary
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.
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Gavin
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
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Geoffrey
Scottish boys name which comes from the Germanic word for peace.
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George
Scottish boys name from the Greek for farmer or husbandman
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Georgina
Scottish girls name which is the feminine version of George
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Gerald
Scottish boys name of Germanic origin meaning a combination of spear and rule
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Gerard
Scottish boys name which derives from a French version of Gerald
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Gilbert
Scottish boys name from Germanic roots meaning pledge and bright
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Gilchrist
More commonly a Scottish surname it has been used as a first name and quite simply means a servant of Christ
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Gille Criosd
Gaelic name meaning a servant of Christ
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Gillandreis
Gaelic boys name meaning servant of St Andrew
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Gillean
Scottish boys name pronounced with a hard G (as in Gave) from the Gaelic servant of St John
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Gill' Eoin
Gaelic boys name deriving from servant of st John
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Gillian
Scottish girls name which has its origins in the name Juliana which itself is a feminine form of the male Julius.
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Gladys
Scottish girls name originating in the Welsh name Gwladys. Rarely used today
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Graham
Scottish boys name which is originally a Clan name now used as a first name. Various spellings also include Graeme and Grahame
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Grace
Scottish girls name and is thought to originate from the Puritans religion of using virtue names such as Patience, Hope etc
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Giorsal
Gaelic girls name whose Scottish version is Grace
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Godfrey
Scottish boys name from the Germanic (or more likely) Norse for God's peace
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Grant
Scottish boys name,which despite being used since at least 1263 in Scotland, its origins are lost in the mists of time.
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Gregor
Scottish boys name originating in the Greek word for watchful
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Griselda
An old fashioned Scottish girls name which is of uncertain origin (thought to be Germanic)
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Guy
A long established Scottish boys name which has fallen from favour. Original meaning unclear but thought to originate in the Italian Guido
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Halbert
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 misprononciation of Albert
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Hamilton
Scottish boys name originally a surname and probably mean't "scarred hill".
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Seumas
Gaelic boys name which it is believed is a phonetic rendering of the Scottish name James
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Harold
Scottish boys name originating in old Norse meaning army and power rule
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Harailt
Gaelic boys name originating in Old Norse meaning army and power
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Hazel
Scottish girls name originating in the name of a tree
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Heather
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear
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Hector
Scottish boys name originating in Greek for prop or stay
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Helen
Scottish girls name derived from bright or light
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Henrietta
Scottish girls name which has now fallen from fashion. Origins are simply the female version of the male name Henry
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Henry
Scottish boys name originating in the Germanic for house and ruler.
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Eanruig
Gaelic boys name originating in the Germanic for house and ruler
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Herbert
Old fashioned Scots boys name originating in the Germanic for army and bright
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Hercules
Very rarely used Scottish boys name which origiantes in the Latin for Hera's glory. Also believed to have been used instead of the Scandinavian name Hakon meaning high offspring
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Hilary
Scottish girls name meaning cheerful
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Hilda
Rarely used Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear but thought to be Germanic
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Hugh
Scottish boys name originating in the Germanic for Heart and Mind
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Humphrey
Scottish boys name originating in Norman history meaning noble and knightly.
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Hunter
Scottish boys name which more often appears as a surname. The origins should be quite clear
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Huntly
Scottish boys name which again is more likely to be a surname. A town in Aberdeenshire its original meaning was hunting ley (meadow)
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Ina
Scottish girls name which is really a shortened version of ANY name which ends with those three letters (Christina, Georgina etc)
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Inga
Scottish girls name whose origins are in Scandinavia but is still used in the Northern Islands of Scotland. Original meanign is believed to be beauty
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Innes
Scottish boys name originating in the Gaelic word for island
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Innes
Gaelic boys name which means Island
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Irene
Scottish girls name which originates in the Greek for peace.
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Iris
Scottish girls name which it is thought to originate in the Greek for rainbow. It is of course also the name of a beautiful flower.
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Irvine
Scottish boys name also spelled Irving. The first spelling is a Scottish town in Ayrshire
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Isabella
Scottish girls name which originates in the Italian for Elizabeth. Often shortened to Isabel, Isobel, Ishbel
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Ismay
Scottish girls name which is an amalgam of Christine, Mary, Chris and may.
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Ivor
Scottish boys name originates in the Norse personal name of Ivarr
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Iomhair
Gaelic boys name which originates in the Norse personal name of Ivarr
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Jacqueline
Scottish girls name originating in the French female version of Jacques
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James
Scottish boys name from ancient Hebrew but developed from the Lation Jacobus
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Jacob
Scottish boys name which has fallen from favour. Biblical and therefore Hebrew origins
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Jane
Scottish girls name which is the female form of John
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Sine
Gaelic girls name which is the equivalent of Jane
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Janet
Scottish girls name whcih has its origins in the name Jane and is merely an extension of it.
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Seonaid
Gaelic girls name whcih has its origins in the name Jane and is merely an extension of it.
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Janice
Another Scottish girls name which has its origins in the name Jane and is merely an extension of it.
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Jason
Scottish boys name which is an ancient name with its roots in Biblical times
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Jean
Scottish girls name which is the feminine version of the male John
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Jeanette
Scottish girls name whose origins are in the French Jeanette
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Jemima
Scottish girls name from the Hebrew meaning dove
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Jennifer
Scottish girls name whose original meaning is thought to be white-ness or fairness. Originating, it is believed, in Cornwall (region in South West of England)
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Jessie
Scottish girls name which is a version of Janet.
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Seasaidh
Gaelic girls name which is the Gaelic equivalent of (the Scottish) Jessie
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Joan
Scottish girls name which is the feminine form of John
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Seonag
Gaelic girls name whose Scottish equivalent is Joan which in turn is the female version of John
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Jonathan
Scottish boys name from the Hebrew for Jehovah has given
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Joseph
Scottish boys name from the Hebrew for Jehovah increases
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Josephine
Scottish girls name which is the female version of Joseph
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Joyce
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear. Possible meanings range from the latin jocosa meaning merry, to a simple made up name by an author in the 17th century, to the (male) name of a Breton Saint
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Judith
Scottish girls name from the Hebrew for a Jewess. Commonly shortened to Judy.
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Julie
Scottish girls name originating in the Latin name Julius
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June
Scottish girls name which is simply named after the month. A practice thought to have originated in France
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Kara
Scottish girls name whose exact origins are unclear. Thought to be a shortened version of Katharine or linked to the Gaelic Farquhar meaning friend
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Karen
Scottish girls name which is thought to originate in the Scandinavian form of Katrine
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Kay
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear. Also spelled with an e at the end
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Keir
Scottish boys name more usually a surname but thought to derive from the Gaelic Ciar.
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Ciar
Gaelic boys name meaning swarthy, dark or dusky.
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Keith
Scottish boys name which was originally a placename (North of Scotland) whcih evolved into a surname then a first name
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Kelvin
Scottish boys name whose origisn are unclear but thought to be related to the River which runs through Glasgow
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Kennedy
Scots name which is more commonly used as a surname but growing in popularity. Means (charmingly!!) ugly headed
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Ceannaideach
Gaelic boys name meaning ugly headed
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Kentigern
Scottish boys name, used very irregularly, who is also the name of Glasgow's patron saint
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Kerr
Scottish boys name which is more common as a surname.
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Kerry
Scottish girls name which (surprisingly) appears to have originated in Australia
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Kevin
Scottish boys name which appears to have origianted in Ireland although the exact meaning is unclear
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Kim
Scottish girls name which is the shortened version of Kimberley which itself is thought to have originated from the old English name of Cyneburg
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Laurence
Scottish boys name whose origins are Latin and mean someone from the town of Laurentum
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Labhruinn
Scottish Gaelic boys name from the latin for someone from the place of Laurentum
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Lee
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.
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Lee
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.
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Lennox
Scottish boys name which is more commonly a surname but can be used as a first name. Origins in the placename meaning near the Elm trees
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Leonard
Scottish boys name from the Germanic meaning bold or lion hearted. Often shortened to Lenny
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Letitia
Scottish girls name from the Latin for gladness
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Lewis
Scottish boys name whose origins could be either in the placename (Island of ) or from the French Louis
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Luthais
Gaelic boys name whose origins could be either in the placename (Island of Lewis ) or from the French Louis
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Liam
Often thought of as an Irish name but this name is used in Scotland also. Simply a shortened or "pet name" of William
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Lillian
Scottish girls name which is thought to origiante from the Latin for Lily
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Lileas
Gaelic girls name which is thought to origiante from the Latin for Lily
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Linda
Used throughout Britain, this Scottish girls name is thought ot originate from the Spanish for pretty or, more unlikely, the Germanic word for serpent
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Lindsay
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.
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Lindsay
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
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Lisa
Scottish girls name which is simply a shortened version of Elizabeth
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Logan
Rarely used Scottish boys name, but more common as a surname.
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Lorraine
Scottish girls name which originates in France
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Louise
Scottish girls name which came from the Latin Louisa which is the femine form of Louis
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Lucy
Scottish girls name which was historically used to name children born at dawn or daybreak. Originates in the Latin for light
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Ludovic
Scottish boys name which origiantes in Latin. Also, could be Gaelic in origin meaning servant of the church
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Maoldomhnaich
Gaelic boys name meaning Sundays servant or servant of the Church
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Lulach
Very unusual Scottish boys name which is rarely used and probably means little calf
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Lyle
Scottish boys name which is more common as a surname. Origins are from Norman French and means little island
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Lynn
Scottish girls name which is a modern (20th Century) invention. Exact origins unknown
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Mabel
Scottish girls name which was originally a shortened version of Amabel
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Magnus
Scottish boys name from the Latin for great
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Manus
Gaelic boys name from the Latin for great
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Mairi
Gaelic girls name which is the usual spelling of the Scottish Mary
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Maol Iosa
Gaelic boys name meaning servant of Jesus
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Margaret
Scottish girls name which was originally introduced into Scotland by Queen Margaret of Hungary in the 11th Century.
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Mairead
Gaelic girls name whose equivalent is Margaret
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Maria
More often thought of as a Spanish name, this version of Mary grows in popularity
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Marie
French version of Mary whose use is becoming more popular in Scotland
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Marion
Scottish girls name which is thought to be a version of Mary
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Marjory
Scottish girls name which originated in a form of Margaret
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Marsali
Gaelic girls name which is a form of Margaret
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Mark
Scottish boys name which is taken from the Latin form Marcus and ultimately refers to the Roman god of war
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Marlene
Scottish girls name which si a modern invention thought to originate from the stage name of Marlene Dietrich the German actress
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Martha
Scottish girls name from aramaic origins meaning "the lady"
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Martin
Scottish boys name originating in the Latin Mars (meaning God of war)
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Martainn
Gaelic boys name similar in meaning to Martin
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Mary
Scottish girls name of unknown origins. Is thought to derive in some way from the Greek Miriam
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Matilda
Scottish girls name from an old German name having elements of might and battle within it.
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Matthew
Scottish boys name from the Hebrew for Jehovahs gift
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Maureen
Scottish girls name which is, yet another, derivative of Mary
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Maurice
Scottish boys name from the Latin for a Moor
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May
Scottish girls name which is often regarded as merely being a shortened version of Mary
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Melanie
Scottish girls name which originates in the Greek meaning Black
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Melville
Scottish boys name which originates in a Norman placename. More common as a surname
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Michael
Scottish boys name originates in the Hebrew for who is like God.
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Micheil
Gaelic boys name from the Hebrew for who is like God
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Mildred
Scottish girls name from an olde English name comprising elements of mild and strength.
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Moira
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear but is believed to be a phonetic form of the Irish name Maire
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Molly
Scottish girls name which is a shortened or "pet name" of Mary.
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Monica
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear. Traditionally used by Roman Catholic parents in honour of St Monica
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Morna
Scottish girls name from the Gaelic for beloved
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Muirne
Gaelic girls name meaning beloved
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Morven
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear but is thought to relate in some way to the mountain range in Aberdeenshire and caithness
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Munro
Scottish boys name whose origins are much disputed and unclear. More common as a clan surname.
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Murdo
Scottish boys name which is the shortened version or Murdoch. Thought to originate in Gaelic for mariner or sea warrior
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Muireach
Gaelic boys name meaning a mariner or sea warrior
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Muriel
Scottish girls name which is thought to be the anglicised form of Muirgheal " the fair one of the sea"
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Myles
Often thought of as a very English name this is in fact the spelling of the Scottish boys name from the Gaelic for "devotee of the Virgin Mary"
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Myra
Scottish girls name which is thought to originate in the Greek Myrrha or simply as an anagram version of Mary
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Nancy
Scottish girls name which is commonly thought to be an extension of Nan which in itself is a version of Ann
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Neil
Scottish boys name whose origins relate to either the Irish name Niall meaning champion or the Latin Nigellus meaning black
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Neville
Scottish boys name which originates in Norman where it mean't new town.
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Nicholas
Scottish boys name originating in Greek meaning a combination of victory and people.
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Neacal
Gaelic boys name originating in Greek for a combination of "victory and people"
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Nicola
Scottish girls name is regarded as being the feminine version of Nicholas. Although not strictly speaking true as it is in fact the Italian form of Nicholas with Nicoletta being the feminine form.
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Ninian
Scottish boys name originating in the name of the origninl Saint. Rarely used nowadays
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Nora
Scottish girls name which is a shrotened version of Eleanor. Can also be spelled with an H at the end.
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Norma
Scottish girls name whose origin is thought to be quite recent in that it is the name of an American actress of the 1920's and previously had been unused in Scotland.
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Norman
Scottish boys name whose meaning is believed to be the North Man
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Olive
Scottish girls name which is believed to simply originate in the name of the tree.
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Osla
Scottish girls name from the old Norse meaning God consecrated. Only really popular in Shetland Islands
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Pamela
Scottish girls name thought to origiante from the Greek Pamphilus meaning beloved of all
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Parlan
Scottish boys name whose origins are unclear. Perhaps originates in the Irish Parthalan meaning waves of the sea. More common as a surname
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Patricia
Scottish girls name which is the feminine form of Patrick. Often shortened to Trish, Pat or Tricia
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Patrick
Scottish boys name from the Latin Patrician or father (of Rome)
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Padruig
Gaelic boys name which is the equivalent of the Scottish, Patrick
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Paul
Scottish boys name from the latin for small
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Pearl
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear. Believed to be related to Margaret which means pearl
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Pauline
Scottish girls name which is the normal feminine version of Paul. Also Paula, Pauleen and Paulette
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Peter
Scottish boys name from the Greek for stone
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Pedair
Gaelic boys name from the Greek for stone
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Philip
Scottish boys name originally from the Greek meaning lover of horses
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Philomena
Scottish girls name from the Greek for I am loved
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Phyllis
Scottish girls name from the Greek for "leafy"
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Preston
Scottish boys name which is more common as a surname and originates in the Placename (now called Craigmillar)
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Quintin
Scottish boys name from the Latin for "fifth"
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Rachel
Scottish girls name which if the Hebrew is taken literally means "ewe". However, more commonly felt to mean "gentleness"
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Ralph
Scottish boys name whose origins are in Old Norse and means a combination of counsel and wolf
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Ramsay
Scottish boys name which was originally a placename but is periodically used as a first name. Most famous person to have it as a first name was the British Prime Minister Ramsey MacDonald
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Raymond
Scottish boys name from Old German which means a combination of advice and defence.
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Rebecca
Scottish girls name which originates from a Biblical name. Often shortened to Beccy or Becca
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Rhoda
Scottish girls name which originates in the Greek word for Rose
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Rhona
Scottish girls name which is quite modern (20th Century). Origins are unclear but is believed to be after a placename
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Rhonda
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
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Richard
Scottish boys name which origiantes in Old German words meaning a combination of King and firm. Often shortened to Dick or Richie
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Raibeart
Gaelic boys name meaning "fame bright"
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Roberta
Scottish girls name which is the usual feminine variation of the male Robert
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Robin
Scottish boys name which is usually regarded as being a shortened version of Robert but is also used on its own
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Roger
Scottish boys name which is probably thought of as more of an English name (even in Scotland). Unsurprisingly its origins are in old English and means fame spear
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Roland
Scottish boys name which originates in the Nordic countries (probably Sweden) where it means ruler of unfavourable gods
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Roman
Rarely used Scottish boys name which is thoght to originate (unsurprisngly) from the race known as the Romans
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Ronald
Scottish boys name orignating in Old Norse meaning power and might. A popular spelling is Ranald
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Rory
Scottish boys name which originates in Gaelic and means simply "red"
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Ruairidh
Gaelic boys name meaning red
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Rosalind
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
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Rose
Scottish girls name which is likely to be either a shortened version of Rosalind or simply named after the flower
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Rosemary
Scottish girls name whose origins are unclear but is believed to be linked to rememberance (as is the flower)
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Rosach
Gaelic boys name deriving from the placename which in itself originally mean't moor, cape or peninsula
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Rowena
Scottish girls name whose origins are uncertain. Certainly used by authors in the 19th Century
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Russell
Scottish boys name of unclear origins but perhaps simply a surname which started to be used as a first name
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Ruth
Scottish girls name originating from the Biblical name
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Ryan
Scottish boys name which originates in Ireland where it is a far more popular name.
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Samantha
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
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Samuel
Scottish boys name which comes from Hebrew. Whilst the exact meaning is unclear it is related to God (probably in terms of worship)
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Sandra
Scottish girls name which is the shortened version of Alexandra
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Sarah
Scottish girls name originating in the Hebrew for princess
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Scott
Strangely this is a Scottish boys name which is originally thought to have developed in the USA. Perhaps by expatriates longing for the home country
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Sean
This is actually the Irish version of the Scottish name John. However, it is being adopted by Scottish parents who are apparently more proud of thier Irish roots than their Scottish ones.
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Sharon
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
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Sheena
Scottish girls name which appears to be a relatively recent invention. The usual anglisicised spelling of the Gaelic name Sine
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Shiela
Scottish girls name which appears to have been a phonetic invention of the Irish Sile and English Cecilia
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Shirley
Scottish girls name which appears to have originated in a Charlotte Bronte novel. Made popular by the American actress Shirley Temple
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Sholto
Scottish boys name from the gaelic for" propagator" or "sower of seeds"
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Shuard
One of the more unusual Scottish boys names which was mainly popular in the Shetland Isles
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Simon
Scottish boys name which is a form of the Hebrew Shimeon which means "God has heard"
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Sinclair
Scottish boys name which is more common as a surname but occasionally used as a first name. Origins in a Norman placename
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Sinnie
Scottish girls name which is a traditional name in the Shetland Isles originating in Scandinavian meaning "new victory"
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Sonia
Scottish girls name thought to originate in the Russian form of Sophia
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Sophia
Scottish girls name taken from the Greek for "wisdom"
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Stanley
Scottish boys name which is probably much more common in England. Original meaning "stoney meadow"
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Stella
Scottish girls name from the Latin for "star"
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Stephanie
Scottish girls name which is thought to be simply the feminine version of Stephen
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Stephen
Scottish boys name which originates in the Greek for "crown" or "garland" (as in victors crown). Can also be spelled Steven and is sometimes shortened to Steve or Stevie
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Struan
One of the more unusual Scottish boys names which is believed to originate from either a place or an old Clan name.
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Stuart
Scottish boys name which can also be spelled Stewart. Originally mean't "steward" or "chief" and its name is steeped in history as the clan name of the last Royal household in Scotland
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Susan
Scottish girls name from the Hebrew for "lily" or "rose"
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Sylvia
Scottish girls name which is the feminine of the Latin name Silvanus which means "borne by the god of woods and forests"
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Terence
Scottish boys name whose origins (whilst believed to be Roman) are unclear.
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Theresa
Scottish girls name which is believed to have originated in Ancient Greek. Long favoured by Scottish Roman Catholic families. Can also be spelled without the H
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Thomas
Scottish boys name originating in the Bible. Origins are believed to be in an Aramaic word meaning "twin"
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Thora
Scottish girls name which again shows its heritage as a country in the name being related to the god Thor
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Timothy
Scottish boys name which originates in the Greek for "honour God". Often shortened to Tim
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Torquil
Scottish boys name which is very much a clan name in its use by the MacLeods of Lewis. For soem reason, despite its irregular use, has a very "posh" reputation.
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Tracey
Scottish girls name which originates in a shortened or "pet name" form for Teresa
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Trevor
Scottish boys name whose origins are a bit unclear. Believed to have been a placename, then a surname then a first name.
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Tristram
Scottish boys name which, similar to Torquil, is believed to have (unfair) "posh reputation". Origins in Celtic and French
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Turval
Scottish boys name popular in the Shetlands with origins in the Norse for "Thor ruler"
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Una
Scottish girls name (also an Irish name) whose orignin appear to be unclear. Some suggest its use is simply an Irish "invasion" whereas others suggest roots in Latin.
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Valerie
Scottish girls name which appears to be derived from a Roman clan name or the Latin for "to be strong"
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Vera
Scottish girls name which originates in the Russian for "faith"
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Veronica
Scottish girls name whose origins appear unclear but may be in relation to Saint Veronica.
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Victor
Scottish boys name which simply means what it says
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Victoria
Scottish girls name which comes form the Latin for "victory". Often shortened to Vicky, Vicki or Vickie
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Vincent
Scottish boys name originating in the Latin for "conquering"
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Violet
Scottish girls name which is generally thought to be simply usage of the name of the flower.
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Vivien
Scottish girls name which derives from the Latin for lively. Can be spelled in many ways Vivien, Vivienne, Vyvien etc
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Wallace
Scottish boys name which is much more common as a surname. Most famous usage of course being the Scottish patriot William Wallace
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Walter
Scottish boys name originating in old Germanic with elements of rule and folk within it
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Wanda
Scottish girls name which is believed to have originally been a German name.
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Ward
Scottish boys name which is more common as a surname. Original meaning is "guardian"
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Wendy
Scottish girls name which is very modern. First used in Peter Pan by JM Barrie who was also a Scot
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William
Scottish boys name from old Germanic meaning "will and volition"
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Wilma
Scottish girls name which is often regarded as being the female version of William
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Winifred
Scottish girls name which is probably more popular in Wales. Original meaning is "blessed reconciliation"
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Yvonne
Scottish girls name which originates in France and is believed to be related to Yew (as in tree)
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Barrdhubh
(bar-uv) Irish girls name meaning dark headed or dark haired.
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Branduff
(bran-duv) Irish boys name meaning raven black
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Ciara
(kee- iar-a) Irish girls name meaning dark or black
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Ciarmhac
(kee-iar-vok) Irish boys name meaning dark son and believed to be the inspiration for the surname Kirby
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Ciarnait
(kee-iar-nit) Irish girls name meaning dark lady (feminine form of Kieran)
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Cronan
(kron-awn) Irish boys name meaning swarthy, sallow or brown one
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Donagh
(dun-a) Irish boys name meaning brown warrior
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Donegan
Irish boys name which is more common as a surname
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Donla
Irish girls name meaning brown lady or lady of the fortress (dun)
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Donleavy
Irish boys name more common as a surname. Means brown one of the mountain
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Donn
Irish boys name whichmeans simply brown. A slughtly macabre aspect is that Donn was the Irish god of the dead in Mythology, yet that didn't stop parents calling their sons it.
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Donovan
Irish boys name also spelled Donnabhan meaning dark brown or swarthy. More common as a surname although made famous by the 1960's singer
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Dougal
Irish boys name which is also common in Scotland. can also be spelled Dubghall, Dubgal or Dugalll and means dark foreigner
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Douglas
Irish boys name which is another which is commonly used in Scotland. In Ireland commonly spelt as Dubhglas and means black
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Doyle
Irish boys name which is much more common as a surname and means descendant of Dougal.
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Dualtach
(doo-al-tach) Irish boys name meaning black jointed/limbed
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Dubh
(duv) Irish boys name which again means black and is more common as a surname. It has been anglicised as Duff
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Dubhagan
(doo-gan) Irish boys name meaning little dark lad.
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Dubhan
(doo-ann) Irish boys name meaning dark haired
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Dubhdaleithe
(doo-daw-le-he) Irish boys name meaning literally "dark man of the two sides"
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Feardorcha
(far-dur-eka) Irish boys name meaning the dark man
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Gorman
(gurm-awn) Irish boys name meaning dark or swarthy
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Kerwin
Irish boys name meaning descendant of the dark,black one
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Kieran
(key- ron) Irish boys name meaning from Ciar (black or dark)
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Odhar
Irish boys name of unclear origin thought to be the name of the animal the otter
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Albany
Irish girls name which is strange in so far as it is believed to have origins in the Irish name for Scotland
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Baine
(bawn-e) Irish girls name meaning "whiteness or paleness"
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Bevin
Irish girls name meaning white lady or fair lady. can also be spelled Beibhinn or Bebinn
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Caoimhinn
(keev-in) Irish girls name meaning beautiful and fair
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Ceibhionn
(kayv-un) Irish girls name meaning "lady of fair locks"
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Finbarr
Irish boys name meaning fair haired/ topped. In folk legend, Finbarr is the leader of the fairy host.
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Finn
Irish boys name meaning "fair or brilliant white". Finn was the name of several legendary Irish heroes
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Finnchneas
(fin-chnas) Irish girls name meaning literally fair skin
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Finnseach
(fin-sech) Irish girls name meaning fair lady or blonde girl
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Adamnan
(ay-on-awn) Irish boys name whose meaning is debated. Some beliee it to be a form of the Biblical name Adam whilst others believe it to mean "timid one"
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Aengus
(eng-us) Irish boys name meaning one choice or true vigour
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Affraic
(af-ric) Irish girls name whose meaning is unclear although some suggest it si simply the name of the continent (Africa)
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Affraic
(af-ric) Gaelic Irish girls name meaning eithe rpleasant or simply named after the continent of Africa
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Aileen
(ay-leen) Irish girls name whose meaning is unclear but is believed to be the Irish form of the Norman name Evelyn
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Aibhilin
Gaelic girls name (see Aileen-Irish)
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Ailill
(al-il) Irish boys name meaning little sprite or elf. Rarely used today.
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Oilill
(al-il) Gaelic boys name meaning sprite or little elf. Rarely used in Ireland and never in Scotland nowadays.
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Ailish
(ay-lish) Irish girls name meaning noble
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Ailis
(ay-lis) Gaelic girls name meaning noble
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Aindrias
(an-dree-as) Irish boys name which is the equivalent of Andrew
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Aingeal
(ang-ell) Irish girls name similar to Angela
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Aislinn
(ash-ling) Irish girls name meaning a vision or a dream
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Allannah
(al-anna) Irish girls name thought to originate in the Gaelic for "o child (of mine)"
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Alastar
(alus-tur) Irish boys name meaning defender of men
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Aneslis
(an-ash-lis) Irish girls name which means careful or thoghtful. Rarely used today.
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Aineislis
(an-ash-lis) Irish Gaelic girls name which means careful and thoughtful
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Attracta
(a-trackta) Irish girls name although not particularly popular is still used today. A sixth century saint
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Auliffe
(aw-liv) Irish boys name which is the Irish version of the Nordic name Olaf
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Banba
(ban-va) Irish girls name which si the name of an early Irish goddess
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Beanon
(ban-own) Irish boys name from the Latin for mild
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Beatha
Irish girls name meaning "life"
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Becan
(bec-awn) Irish boys name meaning "little man"
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Bean Mhumhan
(ban-vune) Irish girls name meaning "lady of Munster". Rarely used nowadays
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Bernadette
Irish girls name which is surpriisngly a French "import" and originates in the name of the Saint
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Biddie
Irish girls name which is normally regarded as a shortened or pet name of Bridgid.
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Blinne
(blin-neh) Irish girls name which has it sorigins in Moninne the name of a sixth century saint.
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Brady
Irish boys name which is far more common as a surname
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Bree
Irish girls name whose origisn are unclear. Is likely to indicate some form of divinity or exalted one
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Cadhla
(kay-la) Irish boys name (not to be confused with Kayleigh) which means beautiful or comely
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Cairbre
(car-bre) Irish boys name which is rarely used nowadays but a popular name in legend
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Cairenn
(kar-en) Irish girls name whcih is believed to originate in the Latin for "dear one"
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Callaghan
Irish boys name which is more common as a surname but occasionally used as a first name.
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Canice
(can-is) Irish boys name which means "pleasant person"
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Caoilte
(keel-cha) Irish boys name whose meaning is unclear. Believed to mean "hard" or "swift of foot"
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