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Names That Mean Scott

222 names found for "Scott"   (page 3 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 |

Related Names

Gillean  (Gaelic)
A Scottish Gaelic Name Meaning St. John's Servant
Gillian  (Gaelic)
A Scottish Gaelic Name Meaning St. John's Servant
Goiridh  (Gaelic)
Peace of God; Scottish Gaelic Form of Godfrey. Variations: Goraidh. (Goy-ree)
Gordon  (Scottish)
From the Marshes. A Surname and Given Name Adopted from a Scottish Place Name. One of Scotland's Great Clans
Graeme  (Scottish)
This Scottish Surname is a Variant of the Lincolnshire Place Name Grantham, Meaning Grant's Homestead, or Farm Home, and is Also a Common Given Name. Famous Bearer: British Writer Graham Greene
Graham  (Scottish)
This Scottish Surname is a Variant of the Lincolnshire Place Name Grantham, Meaning Grant's Homestead, and is Also a Common Given Name. Famous Bearer: British Writer Graham Greene
Grahame  (Scottish)
This Scottish Surname is a Variant of the Lincolnshire Place Name Grantham, Meaning Grant's Homestead, or Farm Home, and is Also a Common Given Name. Famous Bearer: British Writer Graham Greene
Grant  (Scottish)
Originally a Scottish Surname Derived from the French 'Grand', Meaning Tall or Great. Now Common Both As a Surname and Given Name. Famous Bearer: American President Ulysses S. Grant
Grizel  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Grizelda: Gray Haired
Grizela  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Grizelda: Gray Haired
Hamilton  (Scottish)
A Scottish Surname and Place Name of One of the Great Noble Families of Scotland, and Used As a Given Name Since the Th Century
Hob  (German)
Diminutive of Robert: Famed, Bright; Shining. an All-time Favorite Boys' Name Since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearers: Scottish National Hero Robert the Bruce and Novelist Robert Ludlum
Iain  (Scottish)
Scottish Variant of Ian: 'Gift from God'
Ian  (Scottish)
God is Graciou; Scottish Form of John.(Ee-an)
Iomhair  (Gaelic)
Archer, Bow Warrior; a Gaelic Form of Ivor, a Scottish Variant of the Scandinavian Ivar, a Compound Name Composed of the Old Norse Elements Yr (Yew, Bow) and Herr (Warrior, Army). Variations: Imhear,
Iona  (Scottish)
Dove. Also the Name of a Scottish Island
Isa  (Scottish)
Oath of God. Scottish Variant of Isabel
Iseabal  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Isabel: Consecrated to God
Isla  (Scottish)
Modern Derivation from Islay, Which is the Name of a Scottish Island. (I-lay)
Isla  (Scottish)
From the Name of a Scottish River
Isobel  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Isabel: Consecrated to God
Ivan  (Russian)
The Russian Form of John: Gracious Gift from God. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivan  (Slavic)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivanhoe  (Russian)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivanhoe  (Slavic)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivano  (Russian)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivano  (Slavic)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivor  (Scottish)
Archer, Bow Warrior;A Scottish Form of Ivar, a Name Introduced by Scandinavian Settlers. it is Derived from the Old Norse Elements Yr (Yew, Bow) and Herr (Warrior, Army). Imhear, Lomhair, and Lomhar a
Jean  (Scottish)
Scottish Version of the Old French Jehane, a Feminine Form of John: God is Gracious
Jeanette  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Jean: Scottish Version of the Old French Jehane, a Feminine Form of John: God is Gracious
Jeanie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Jean: Scottish Version of the Old French Jehane, a Feminine Form of John: God is Gracious
Jeanne  (Scottish)
Variant of Jean: Scottish Version of the Old French Jehane, a Feminine Form of John: God is Gracious
Jeannette  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Jean: Scottish Version of the Old French Jehane, a Feminine Form of John: God is Gracious
Jeannie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Jean: Scottish Version of the Old French Jehane, a Feminine Form of John: God is Gracious
Jessie  (English)
Scottish Form of Jean, a Short Form of Jessica, and a Feminine Form of Jesse, Which is Derived from the Hebrew Yishai (Gift). Short Form: Jess. (Jes-see)
Jessie  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Jean, a Short Form of Jessica, and a Feminine Form of Jesse, Which is Derived from the Hebrew Yishai (Gift). Short Form: Jess. (Jes-see)
Kameron  (English)
Modern Female Variant of the Scottish Cameron, Meaning Crooked or Bent Nose
Kirsten  (Scottish)
Variant of Kirsty: Christian. A Scottish Variant of Christina
Kirsty  (Scottish)
Christian. A Scottish Variant of Christina
Lachina  (Scottish)
Land of the Lochs; a Feminine Form of Scottish Lachlan and Lachann (Land of the Lochs), Which are Derived from Lochlann, a Name That Originated As a Term Referring to Migrant Norwegians Who Came from
Leagsaidh  (Scottish)
Defender of Mankind; a Scottish Form of Lexy, a Pet Form of Alexandra. (Leks-ee)
Lennox  (Scottish)
Surname and Clan Name. Lennox; a Scottish Nobleman; Appears in Shakespeare's Macbeth
Les  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Leslie: Scottish Surname and Place Name. from Leslie
Les  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Lesley: Scottish Surname and Place Name
Leslee  (Scottish)
Derived from Name of a Prominent Scottish Clan 'Leslie
Lesley  (Scottish)
Scottish Surname and Place Name
Leslie  (Scottish)
Scottish Surname and Place Name. from Leslie
Lezlie  (Scottish)
Name of a Prominent Scottish Clan Spelled to Preserve Original Scottish Pronunciation
Lindsay  (Scottish)
Scottish Surname Derived from Lincoln, a Shortened Form of Lindum Colonia, the First Part of Which is Thought to Be from the Welsh Llyn (Lake) and the Second from the Latin Colonia (Settlement, Colony
Liusaidh  (Scottish)
Famous in War Ot Light; a Scottish Form of Louisa (Famous in War) and Lucy (Light). (Lwee-sah)
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