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Names That Mean Scott

222 names found for "Scott"   (page 2 of 5) 

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Looking for names that mean Scott? We couldn't find the exact name Scott, but listed below are some first names meaning Scott or names similar to the word Scott.

Similar Names

Scot | Scottie | Scotty | Scota | Scout |

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Cedric  (English)
Cedric Was a Character in Sir Walter Scott's Novel Ivanhoe. Possibly Derived from a Misspelling of Cerdic, a King of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, Meaning Bounty-pattern
Cedrych  (English)
Variant of Cedric: Cedric Was a Character in Sir Walter Scott's Novel Ivanhoe. Possibly Derived from a Misspelling of Cerdic, a King of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, Meaning Bounty-pattern
Clyde  (Scottish)
From the Name of Scottish Clyde River
Cuddle  (Scottish)
This Diminutive of Cuthbert May Have Given Rise to the Scottish Dialect Word 'Cuddy', Meaning Donkey
Cuddy  (Scottish)
This Diminutive of Cuthbert May Have Given Rise to the Scottish Dialect Word 'Cuddy', Meaning Donkey
Dal  (Scottish)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, Adopted from the Hebrew. David Was a Common Name of Scottish Kings in the Middle Ages
Danny  (Scottish)
A Diminutive of the Hebrew Daniel, Meaning God Has Judged, or God is Judge, Frequently Used As an Independent Name. 'Danny Boy' is a Famous Scottish Folk Song
Dave  (Scottish)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, Adopted from the Hebrew. David Was a Common Name of Scottish Kings in the Middle Ages
David  (Scottish)
Beloved or Friend, Adopted from the Hebrew. David Was a Common Name of Scottish Kings in the Middle Ages
Davida  (Scottish)
Feminine Form of David: Beloved or Friend, Adopted from the Hebrew. David Was a Common Name of Scottish Kings in the Middle Ages
Davinia  (Scottish)
Feminine Form of David: Beloved or Friend, Adopted from the Hebrew. David Was a Common Name of Scottish Kings in the Middle Ages
Davy  (Scottish)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, Adopted from the Hebrew. David Was a Common Name of Scottish Kings in the Middle Ages
Deirdre  (Scottish)
Raging, Broken-hearted, or Fear. The Deirdre of Irish and Scottish Legend Committed Suicide After Her Lover's Murder
Deirdre  (Irish)
Raging, Broken-hearted, or Fear. The Deirdre of Irish and Scottish Legend Committed Suicide After Her Lover's Murder
Denholm  (Scottish)
Scottish Village
Don  (Scottish)
Diminutive 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 Su
Donald  (Scottish)
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
Donaldo  (Scottish)
Variant 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 Suthe
Donalt  (Scottish)
Variant 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 Suthe
Douglas  (Scottish)
From 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
Douglas  (Scottish)
From 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
Douglass  (Scottish)
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
Drew  (Scottish)
Diminutive 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
Duane  (Irish)
From an Irish Surname Meaning Black or Dark. Many Irish and Scottish Names Have the Meaning 'Dark' or 'Black.'
Duante  (Irish)
Dark. Many Irish and Scottish Names Have the Meaning 'Dark' or 'Black.'
Duayne  (Irish)
Dark. Many Irish and Scottish Names Have the Meaning 'Dark' or 'Black.'
Duncan  (Scottish)
From the Irish Name Donnchadh, Meaning Brown Warrior. Famous Bearer: the Scottish King Duncan I Was Murdered by Macbeth In
Duwayne  (Irish)
Dark. Many Irish and Scottish Names Have the Meaning 'Dark' or 'Black.'
Dwain  (Irish)
Dark. Many Irish and Scottish Names Have the Meaning 'Dark' or 'Black.'
Dwaine  (Irish)
Dark. Many Irish and Scottish Names Have the Meaning 'Dark' or 'Black.'
Dwane  (Irish)
Dark. Many Irish and Scottish Names Have the Meaning 'Dark' or 'Black.'
Dwayne  (Irish)
From an Irish Surname Meaning Black or Dark. Many Irish and Scottish Names Have the Meaning 'Dark' or 'Black.'
Effie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Euphemia: a Popular Scottish Name Taken from the Greek, Meaning Auspicious Speech or Good Repute
Eilidh  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Helen
Elsie  (Scottish)
A Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning 'My God is Bountiful', or 'God of Plenty.'. Also a Diminutive of the Scottish Elspeth. More Popular in the Late Th and Early Th Centuries Than Today
Eppie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Euphemia: a Popular Scottish Name Taken from the Greek, Meaning Auspicious Speech or Good Repute
Erskine  (Scottish)
Scottish Surname Derived from a Name of a Place of Uncertain Meaning. One Possibility is That it is Derived from the Gaelic Aird Sgainne (Height of the Cleft). (Er-skin)
Euphemia  (Scottish)
A Popular Scottish Name Taken from the Greek, Meaning Auspicious Speech or Good Repute
Fenella  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Finola
Fergus  (Scottish)
A Valor or Strength; a Typical Scottish Name Which is the Anglicized Form of the Gaelic Fearghas, a Compound Name Composed of the Elements Fear (Man) and Ghas (Valor, Strength). Pet Names: Fergie. (Fe
Fife  (Scottish)
Scottish Surname Originating from the Place-name Fife, a Region in Eastern Scotland. Fife is Thought to Be Named for Fib, a Legendary Pictish Hero Who Was One of the Seven Sons of Craithne. Variations
Finlay  (Scottish)
From the Gaelic Name Meaning Fair Hero. Famous Bearers: the Fictional Macbeth's Father, Scottish Actor Finlay Currie
Fiona  (Gaelic)
White or Fair. Reportedly First Used As a Name by Scottish Author William Sharp, Who Used the Pseudonym Fiona Macleod
Flora  (Latin)
The Mythological Roman Goddess of Flowers. from 'Floris' Meaning Flower. Famous Bearers: Scottish Heroine Flora Macdonald Helped Bonnie Prince Charlie
Floretta  (Latin)
Variant of Flora: the Mythological Roman Goddess of Flowers. from 'Floris' Meaning Flower. Famous Bearers: Scottish Heroine Flora Macdonald Helped Bonnie Prince Charlie
Florette  (Latin)
Variant of Flora: the Mythological Roman Goddess of Flowers. from 'Floris' Meaning Flower. Famous Bearers: Scottish Heroine Flora Macdonald Helped Bonnie Prince Charlie
Florinda  (Latin)
Variant of Flora: the Mythological Roman Goddess of Flowers. from 'Floris' Meaning Flower. Famous Bearers: Scottish Heroine Flora Macdonald Helped Bonnie Prince Charlie
Fraser  (Scottish)
Strawberry Flowers. of the Forest Men. A Major Scottish Clan. from a Scottish Surname Based on a French Place Name
Frazer  (Scottish)
From a Scottish Surname Based on a French Place Name. Famous Bearer: British Actor Frazer Hines
Gavin  (Scottish)
A 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
222 names found for "Scott"   (page 2 of 5) 

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