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Names That Mean Scott

222 names found for "Scott"   (page 1 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

Aileen  (Scottish)
From the Green Meadow, a Variant of Evelyn. Also a Scottish Variant of the Irish Eileen
Ailie  (Gaelic)
Diminutive of Ailis: the Scottish Gaelic Form of Alice
Ailie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Ailsa: from Ailsa Craig, a Rocky Islet in the Scottish Firth of Clyde. Also a Scottish Variant of Else, and a Diminutive of Ailis or Alison
Ailis  (Gaelic)
The Scottish Gaelic Form of Alice
Ailsa  (Scottish)
From Ailsa Craig, a Rocky Islet in the Scottish Firth of Clyde. Also a Scottish Variant of Else
Ailsa  (Scottish)
Derived from a Scottish Place Ailsa Craig, a Small Island Off the Ayrshire Coast. Also Used to Anglicize Ealasaid, the Gaelic Form of Elizabeth. (Ail-sa)
Ainsley  (Gaelic)
Scottish Surname Taken from the Place Ainsley
Al  (Gaelic)
Diminutive of Alistair: a Scottish Gaelic Variant of Alexander from the Greek Meaning Defender of Man
Alasdair  (Gaelic)
A Scottish Gaelic Variant of Alexander from the Greek Meaning Defender of Man
Alastair  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Alexander
Alison  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Louise: Battle Famous. Variant of Alice
Alistair  (Gaelic)
A Scottish Gaelic Variant of Alexander from the Greek Meaning Defender of Man
Allie  (Gaelic)
Diminutive of Alistair: a Scottish Gaelic Variant of Alexander from the Greek Meaning Defender of Man
Ally  (Gaelic)
Diminutive of Alistair: a Scottish Gaelic Variant of Alexander from the Greek Meaning Defender of Man
Alpin  (Scottish)
Anglicized Form of Ailpein, an Old Scottish Name of an Uncertain Etymology
Andra  (Scottish)
Manly, Scottish Form of Andrew
Andre'  (Scottish)
Variant 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
Andreas  (Scottish)
Variant 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
Andrew  (Scottish)
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
Andrew  (Greek)
Manly. St Andrew, an Apostle of Jesus Christ, Later Became Patron Saint of Scotland. The Scottish City St Andrews is Named for Him. it Was in Frequent Use Throughout Britain During the Middle Ages
Andy  (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
Angus  (Scottish)
Unnaturally Strong; Singular; Only Choice. Scots Celtic God Angus Og Helped His People With His Wisdom and Intelligence. The Aberdeen Angus is a Scottish Breed of Black Cattle
Anice  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Ann: Grace
Annot  (Scottish)
Gracious; Scottish Form of Anne. (An-not)
Archibald  (Scottish)
True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Archie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Archy  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Ascott  (English)
Lives at the East Cottage
Atheistan  (English)
From the Old English Aethelstan Meaning Noble Stone. Atheistan Was an Anglo-saxon King. Sir Walter Scott Used the Name Atheistan in His Novel Ivanhoe
Athol  (Scottish)
From a Surname Based on the Scottish Place Name Atholl
Aulay  (Scottish)
Ancestor; Forefather. A Variant of Olaf Which Derives from the Scottish Gaelic Amhblaibh
Baldie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Barclay  (Scottish)
The Scottish Spelling of the English Surname Barkeley, Meaning Birch-wood or the Birch Tree Meadow
Beathag  (Scottish)
Life, Livelihood; a Feminine Form of Scottish Beathan. Anglicization: Sophia (Wisdom). (Bee-tha)
Blair  (Scottish)
Dweller on the Plain or Level Field; Transferred Use of the Scottish Surname Derived from Place-names Containing the Gaelic Element Blar (Plain, Level Field)
Bob  (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
Bobbie  (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
Bobby  (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
Bonni  (Scottish)
From the French 'Bon' Meaning Good. in Scottish Usage 'Bonnie' Means Pretty or Charming
Bonnibelle  (Scottish)
From the French 'Bon' Meaning Good. in Scottish Usage 'Bonnie' Means Pretty or Charming
Bonnie  (Scottish)
Pretty, Charming Beautiful. Derived from the Scottish Dialect Word Bonny, Meaning Beautiful; Which in Turn is Based on the Latin 'Bonus' Meaning Good
Bonnie-jo  (Scottish)
From the French 'Bon' Meaning Good. in Scottish Usage 'Bonnie' Means Pretty or Charming
Bonny  (Scottish)
Pretty, Charming Beautiful. Derived from the Scottish Dialect Word Bonny, Meaning Beautiful; Which in Turn is Based on the Latin 'Bonus' Meaning Good
Bonny-jean  (Scottish)
From the French 'Bon' Meaning Good. in Scottish Usage 'Bonnie' Means Pretty or Charming
Bonny-lee  (Scottish)
From the French 'Bon' Meaning Good. in Scottish Usage 'Bonnie' Means Pretty or Charming
Boyd  (Gaelic)
From the Scottish Gaelic 'Buidhe' Meaning Yellow. Used Commonly As a Name Referring to Its Owner's Blonde Hair Color. Common As Both a First Name and a Surname in Scotland
Cailean  (Gaelic)
Young Dog, or Child. Scottish Gaelic
Cameron  (Scottish)
Derives from a Scottish Surname; from the Gaelic Meaning Crooked or Bent Nose. A Common First Name in Scotland, and in Oth Century Canadian and Australian Families of Scottish Descent
Campbell  (Scottish)
Derived from a Scottish Surname Based on the Gaelic Meaning Crooked Mouth. Campbell is Used Occasionally As a First Name in Scotland, and in Families of Scottish Descent in Other Parts of the World
Catriona  (Gaelic)
Pure, Clear. A Scottish Gaelic Variant of 'Catherine', Which is the French Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. Famous Bearer: the Heroine of Th Century Author Robert Louis Stev
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