Scotish baby names


There are three primary Scottish languages spoken throughout Scotland including Scots Leid, a West Germanic language, Scottish Gaelic, a Celtic language, and Scottish English, the dialect of the English language spoken in Scotland. All three are distinct from each other and spoken in different regions of the country. Scots Leid, also known as Scots language, takes its origins from early Middle English, Dutch and Middle Low German. Scottish Gaelic arrived via Ireland and Irish invaders circa 6th century and is still spoken in the Scottish Highlands. Scottish English is the result of language contact between the Scots and Standard English. With three different diverse languages to choose from, careful research of baby names and name meanings will be important if you are interested in a Scottish name for your child, and Popular Baby Names is a great place to start.
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Steadfast, constant; derived from the Late Latin Constantinus, a derivative of Constans (ste
Boy
Scotish
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Scotish Boy baby name meaning "Steadfast, constant; derived from the Late Latin Constantinus, a derivative of Constans (ste"

Well born, noble; a borrowing from the French, Eugene is derived from the Latin Eugenius6
Boy
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Welsh Boy baby name meaning "Well born, noble; a borrowing from the French, Eugene is derived from the Latin Eugenius6"

Guardian of hollies or the gray fort; a surname taken from a place called Lesslyn in Aberdeenshire.
Girl
Celtic
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Celtic Girl baby name meaning "Guardian of hollies or the gray fort; a surname taken from a place called Lesslyn in Aberdeenshire. "

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