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Meaning of the Name Scott

222 names found for "Scott"   (page 4 of 5) 

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The first name Scott is of Scottish, English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Scottish: Native of Scotland (Scotty)
English: Of Scottish Origin
Scottish: Scottish; Wanderer

Similar Names

Scot | Scottie | Scotty | Scota | Scout |

Related Names

Lorn  (Scottish)
Variant of Lorne: the Name of an Early Scottish Chieftain and a Place Name. Famous Bearer: Canadian Actor Lorne Green (-)
Lorne  (Scottish)
The Name of an Early Scottish Chieftain and a Place Name. Famous Bearer: Canadian Actor Lorne Green (-)
Mac  (Gaelic)
Son Of. Scottish and Irish Surname Prefix Sometimes Used As a Given Name or Nickname. Mack: (Scottish) Ancient Scottish Given Name
Mac  (Scottish)
Son Of; Derived from the Gaelic Mac (Son Of), a Common First Element in Scottish and Irish Surnames. Variation: Mack. (Mak)
Maggie  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Margaret: Pearl
Mai  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Margaret: Pearl
Maidie  (English)
Girl; Maiden. Also Can Be a Scottish Diminutive of Margaret
Mairead  (Scottish)
A Peral; a Scottish Form of Margaret. Variations: Maighread. Pet: Magaidh, Maisie, Peigi. (May-red)
Maisie  (Scottish)
Scottish Diminutive Form of Margaret: Pearl, Child of Light
Maretta  (Scottish)
A Pearl; an Anglicized Form of Mairead, a Scottish Gaelic Form of Margaret. Short Forms: Etta. (Mah-reh-tah)
Maureen  (Scottish)
Sea of Bitterness or 'Dark Skinned'; Derived from Mary. Variations: Maurene, Maurine. (Mor-reen). Origin: Scottish
May  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Margaret: Pearl
Melville  (Scottish)
A Scottish Surname Based on a French Place Name
Montgomery  (French)
Mountain Belonging to the Ruler. Surname of Numerous English and Scottish Earls
Moray  (Scottish)
Variant of Murray: Sea. A Scottish Surname and Place Name
Murray  (Scottish)
From the Sea. Ancient Scottish Clan Surname
Mysie  (Scottish)
Variant of Maisie: Scottish Diminutive Form of Margaret: Pearl, Child of Light
Nigel  (Gaelic)
Champion from the Irish and Scottish Niall
Nigel  (English)
Champion. from the Irish and Scottish Niall
Nigel  (Scandinavian)
Champion. from the Irish and Scottish Niall
Nijel  (Gaelic)
Champion from the Irish and Scottish Niall
Nijel  (English)
Champion. from the Irish and Scottish Niall
Nijel  (Scandinavian)
Champion. from the Irish and Scottish Niall
Njal  (Scandinavian)
Champion. from the Irish and Scottish Niall
Nygel  (Gaelic)
Champion from the Irish and Scottish Niall
Nygel  (English)
Champion. from the Irish and Scottish Niall
Nygel  (Scandinavian)
Champion. from the Irish and Scottish Niall
Phemie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Euphemia: a Popular Scottish Name Taken from the Greek, Meaning Auspicious Speech or Good Repute
Prescott  (English)
From the Priest's Dwelling
Prescott  (English)
Priest's Cottage
Quade  (Gaelic)
From the Scottish Clan Name Mcquade
Quinn  (Gaelic)
Counsel. A Scottish and Irish Surname Used As a Given Name from Very Ancient Times
Rab  (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
Rabbie  (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
Ranulf  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Randolf (Shield Wolf). The Name, Introduced by the Scandinavians, is Derived from the Old Norse Randulfr, a Compound Name Composed from the Elements Rand, Rond (The Edge or Rim of a S
Rhona  (Scottish)
Scottish Place Name
Robert  (German)
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
Roberta  (German)
Feminine Form 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
Robin  (German)
Variant 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
Robina  (German)
Feminine Form 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
Robyn  (German)
Feminine Form 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
Rona  (Scottish)
Variant of Rhona: Scottish Place Name
Ross  (Scottish)
Promontory. from the Peninsula. A Scottish Place Name and Surname
Rosslyn  (Scottish)
Feminine Form of Ross: Promontory. from the Peninsula. A Scottish Place Name and Surname
Saundra  (Scottish)
Defender, Helper of Mankind; a Scottish Short Form of Alexandra Pet Name: Sandy. (Saun-drah)
Scot  (English)
From Scotland; a Gael. Diminutive of Scott
Scot  (English)
Of Scottish Origin
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